Newspaper Page Text
? ? ?'
|I)c ftifniuQ ?tar. Xoz. 71?No 10,752. WASHINGTON, D. C.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2, 1887. TWO CENTS. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED DAILY. Fxoept Sunday, AT THE aflAK buildings, IwtkvMt Canar PeaaajiTaai* At*, hod 11th 3u TW Evening Star Kewspaper Company, 1. EL KaUFTMANN. Tfl Iniiw Brae la aerv?d to aubacrlben tn tkm ?ty by rarr.era. on -.Lair own acco-jal at locenta ???l Or 44c par a.oath Cot-iee at tii? counter. S Beat* each By mail- pcata*e vravokl?oO cast* ? ?oath. ono year ?? ax utoutha. ad IXctarrd at tha Poet odicea; Waatu&eton. L> C.M 'MOeadrlaae mall matter 1 Tn Vtuu St*?? published on Friday?41 ? pear poauure prapaid Six montha. 50 oacta VAU mall eaben-li-tlone moat be paid ui adraaaai It pt(?r aaat Lattr than ia md for. Kat-a of adv. rtmn.rf maj< Uiuwii on application. AMU S EM ENTS. JJ JTT FAIL TO ATTEND THE GRAND FAIR For tbe Benefit of R. DuXlNlCj CHUBCH. *1 Mm Ball, cornar Oth and F ata. a W? t OMMENCING WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 2D. I> ore open at 7 30 o'clock every evenin* durin* the cont. nuance of tbe Fair. Adniiea oa.. ?..10 Cant*. saaaun Ticket SO Centa. u'-'Bt J^LBAUGHS OKAND OPERA HOUSE ~ EVEBY EVENING AnITsATUBDAY MATINEF. Amerva* Dlrtltunuah"! Artiata, MISS BATE CLAXTON AMD MB. CHAS. A STEVENSON. * 1th a Company of Exceptional Merit In the "TWO ORVliANS" *a -MABY WAHNEB." . Wertaeaday. F??iint, I "TWO Saturday Mar.ne* and Ni?rht,i OBPHaNS. Tbandi; aud > "MARY Friday treiiiaft, j WARNEB Neat WaPk-Frank Daniel* In "Little Puck." ?ale of Seata i>t?na Thursday. ?2_ \tW NATIONAL THEATER. to-night and satcbdav matinee. The Bmitaat Comedy. THE HIGHEST BIDDER. with Mr. E. H. SOTHERN. from tbe Lyceum Theater. New Turk. Where it ran for oxer 100 nlirbta. Hot 7.-THE AR\BT*N NIGHTS; OB. ALADDIN'S WONDEHFCL LAMP n2 extba NEW NATIONAL THEATER. ARABIAN NIGHTS. ARABIAN NIGHTS, Ah AB.' AN NIGHTS: OB, ALADDIN'S WONDERTUL LAMP. The Moot Quirectu Spectacular Burieaque Erer Pre aeutel In America. WEEK BEGINNING MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7. Bale of Seata beirin* ThuraJay Morsi&f, Not ember 3. Baa 13 Wee ha it Chicago! 8 Weeka In New York! a2-4t Over 120 People on the itan. KERNAN*B WASHINGTON THEATER. A)mi*aiou l"t 25 and ~>Or. Hmue- 10 anJ 25c. TO-NIoBT! Show after Parade TO-NIGHT! BERN ? I L's MON ARCH COMBINATION. Harry EERNELLSl John. 4 Lo?ier* 4. McAvoy and Kalieu, M'lle Eichleretta, ' Solani in t Eon .I i Black Jap*>. Lenton tro*. The Smith*. Queen Va*sar. Orate Jennie Xiacv ind other*. Mattnana Mon . Tue-.. Thar*, and Sat. n2 1UL.CSTR.Ar to UCrtJKE ? T HON. PIMON WOLF, a th* LECTURE BOOM of the NEW CHURCH TEMPLE, North Capitol St.. n B and C, TBCJkhDAY EVENING. November 3.1887. At V O'clock. Sahtfct-EGYPT. Mr. WoHwa* Potted Statee Ctxul General ia EtfTPt. aM^tk4 b> Preeirt-nt uar&eld. and pieaeuta hia ?ub t fre? tk ? and; oatw ?rmaal obairraUon and aiaeileai i. Mr. w. if ;? oo? of vmeti> ?'? 8itat or? tora. Ue ae-tatr-OBly eiera thia lecture fur tha benells of lite Ne? Chnrrn'-eillea' Aid Society. Ualmoo ti cm a nl-3t TO 1 AD*ES aLoNE -MKB ( LARA A FIELD. OF Boar on. (27 ytara .n roatram>. will lecture to Ladiaa aio?e, at St (iec-twe'a Hall. 510 llfli Jt n w? THl'httDAV, Xovrn.b?-r 3.7 W r.ui Tbe Physiotoal <?al.(>ynecwl.?.cal aud Hy>fi?*n.c (nformauoo untuned haa t>r -n ottainrd at 111.u,Mia* cuat. aud ta of pi-t\-rleaa >?.-? tual aoiueu. eapeiially ?? oun?r wouien ad ex iwr.aat Ljotb^ra Tic 'ta 50c. at d or. nl-Jt* H | ABRIS' BlJor THEATER. MAT1NE1S DAILT. rnni At nlu-tit. -.*5 ai.d oOc. at Matineea, adulta Mt.. ^ ?ui( ?. ) !*. cti-ler 1? ytara of am hall-Pnce. Eaery Aitmumi and Nurbt. Tha wwrid-vtiia ard *vall-kiioan German Comedian acd Vwaliat. -pete" baker. CHRIS AND UNA Sunfcrted by a car>iu lj -?e ected Company. Baxt Wrfek?hen.HY T. CHANFBAC in -KIT.- o31 BAND MUSICAL AND literary ENTEB VE MiNT IN I NIVi-BSALIST CHCBCH. _ ttVr ll'th *11 d L atreeta. n.w > THrBSDAV. NoVl MBtR a 1S87. AT 8 P M. The Ce.tbrat d Hal an Harpist. Ptauiat and Cumvuaer. SlGNOR H. B. I ABIANL will perform. arp^.-rtrd bv the follow n* popular ta.rt.1 M:.ai K... Uilaon, Florence tin.-jr. Ana ub-.r. A*.^ ?*'.ar. Amy l^aeitt. atid M^aara Enieat Sz in 1 rt.ru L. J Whipple E. P. Jrwri',, Dr. Frank Uhlte,Geo. D ?? tt. Jtk?. O. Riiaerl and Wm. H Haru.er. In a rhoi< e , rr ram of nrw inatruinental. vocal inuaic aad r*^ latk'&v Admi> lot. only 25 '?t-n ta. no reserved aaita Iketa at Met**ruit'a and Elils'. o2V-4t? KV J * Bl'CKLtY, D.D., E ...or of th" N-w Y< rk "Chn'iiia Advocate, and Author of "Th- Midmfbt sun. the laar. and tl e NiiiJi-t." Mr WILL LtcriBK ON -pECri.IARlilEx <>E ? EAT ORATORS." At 1 o.f drt i rmr. ?. corner 14th audG at*. n.w., MONO \Y. November 7. at o'clock p.m. n. ."jO" . o'it> ?.w.ih.f,?Am.6t? The cy?xehiiV. i?m new York ave lr^jv-Wa. landrin?. and-Sociablea for rent by the . L ur .lay or ar?^-k Iadi^.. 25f. each Lour; 410 i er I u. ' Lartf**?t tiii*iit lu tne t'niled State* *2d-Gin B> A NOV AM A OP BATTLE OF BCIX BUS. lott"t.t?<) .* ?? m ith of i. uuaj Ivmniaav* Eal^rbttu.lv rov-Wd i ( i*i lion i?a in to Tnew ana tuuit>icte avparatt% "I m Jy 15 If W inter W eather IS AS LONG ON THE WAY AS THE FALL WEATHEB | ?AS BEEN A UGHT '>B MEDIL M-WEIGHT OVER COAT WILI BE THE "ORDER OF THE DAY* FOB | MOBTOF W NTER THEBE IS ECONOMY, STYLE AND COMTOBT IN A FALLOVIBCOAT. ECONOMY. BEC iCHK ONE COSTS LESS THAN A WINTER GAB11EXI OF EQCAL QVALITY. AND ONE SATES A MoBE EXPENSIVE COAT WHILE WEALING THE CHEAPER. BTYLl. BECACSE TBEBE IS NO OUTSIDE GAB KENT THAT A MAN WEABS IN WHICH SO MUCH CHARACTER OB EXPRESSION" IS FOUND AS IN THISOARMENT. CoMFORT. BEClUSE FBOM THE FIRST OF OC Ti BU TO THE HOLIDAYS THE FALL OVEBCOAT la M -BE CSEFUL-THBEE TIMEB OVEB-THAS THE HEAVIES ONE IT IB HOT BAFE TO DO WITHOUT SOME EXTBA OUTSIDE CLOTHING EokOoOL MoBMNUS AND BTENlNOB. AKD THE ?EAA Y COAT IS TOO BARM THE MAN WHOEEEPS TWO OB EVEN THREE OTEBOOATB ON BAND AT ONCE SPENDS NO MoBE MONEY ON THEM THAN THE MAN WHO ONLY BEEPS ONE OFTENTIMES HOT BO MUCH A*? HA* MUCH MORE SATISFACTION IN THEM WE INVITE AN INSPECTION OF OCB LINES OF THESE OOnD* WE HAVE THE NEWEST THINGS IB . HA MABBET. OCB ABBOBTMENT OP LONDON-MADB FALL OVEBCOATB IB LABOEB and mobb tablbd than any ever SHOWN HERE BEFOBE. WE HAVE TEBY HANDSOME OSES MADB CP FOB CS IN LOB1>OB AT PBICaS FBOM SlATOSSA ocb own aooDB fbom bio to compass E. B BABNUM k 00u al SSI FENNBTLTANIA A VENUS. Vlre Escapib And J^tand Pipes ?. BAXn CHEW. Maaufactana. lafur HlM (te?a Mi eetiiatae furaiaBad. Kn ? i ?? Vk Caaoocaa BalUia* eB-laa-lje SPECIAL NOTICES. D C.. *1 ATTENTION, BH.Cli.AYEil J ? ALL ^ ^ meuiber* ol bufCKlA\LHa' L NIOS, No. 1, JC? are directed to report at the hall, coraer of 7th ?ud Lsts? OU ( DjnC8l)ATt NOVEMBER 2, at 6 o'clock p. m- sharp. with badtrea, to participate In mui meeting of workturmeu ti be held on that data. o5t*-4t Bi U DthOf THE I NHJN. I OREAT SHOWING FOB THE PERPtl AL MCI DINU ASSOCIATION. SIXTH AXMAt RfcPORT RECEIPTS >OH THE lEAU. ilj4. .08. ADVA.sC. 8 ADE, *?0.1?0 INTEhESt PAiD TO MLUUIia <3.000 PROFITS FOR THE YtAtw, illllSU. EXPKNS 3 ONLY <l.iO<). OhA>D HU PLC ?>. *J0.088. ASSETS. 9*t<fl,4> 0. , . The first seriee of shares, ruuLui* only aix year* worth 33 I*r cent. or 11 per cent per annum, on ?7S paid U.wdt ?aa7?. present value ???> <?. Second ?mm la worth '?> par eeut u 9tk> pwdin. orlOjjer < eut r annum . p."oflt 413, value |i5, and in< rMiliif "'w *re advancing <1j0 to a (bare, or 91.030 on seven ?har>*. for a montnly payment ol ouly 914. The ?c-.tuili acne# of stor* la now open for snlacnbera, 91 1 e. sh.re ue.ntLly. ">U cents to 91.000 can be paid at one time, j per cent per turn urn pud if money la witb Oet"a copy of the annual report from the officer!1 or directors. Annual meeting \fcED.\t.SDAi EVr..>I.>G, November V. at Ul5 7 th at. ANDREW ULASs( Belt Line R .. SMI 8th at a. w. Vk J|. H. U0O1I& City Poet oft. e, lAJdSthat. n. w. ChAS. BAlIa. Dry uooua,41d 7ih au n.w A >. MEtKjji, bar En*. and Printing. 3d at., Cap ltW.lR "SEVILLE. Penaion Bureau. 704 H. at. n. e. F. W. BivANDENBoRG, looacconlat, 174o Fa. are. "c* BANKES BKOOKF.9. War Dept.. 181# K at. n. w. WM. P i.ILl.ER. WarDept,410A aua.a. CHAa. W. sCmELL. 4 I atn. e. o29-4t THK SECOND MONTHLY MEETING S"co3d HOMESTEAD?'bi ILDING ASSOCIATION wi 1 be held on . .... . THURSDAY EVENING. November .3 at (o'clock. Du .mjuiit of the ball bein?r en(f??red ,or St. Domi nic's lair. the uteeiii* Wll. take place in the baaemeut of th- Convent. Oth at., between t and F ?la. s.w. Ore tj.ooo snares ol stock have been taken. per oiia wishinK to Join a (foud asMX iation should nb-cnu; lor ate* k at once 91>?> m?> each Ah are advanced on. Ini? re tallowed at the rate 0, ? p., cent Snare. ^f'^X^ideut. J. 3. DEKMODY. Secretary. OSS* at ~r~. A RECENT TK1P TU ALASKA?A LEC ture by Lev.tmuu*. Bu.n?i*.av i.f I land .?etho.li?t Epiaeoi al Church. lorthe benefit.of tne sin,.lay school *li?io:iarv.Society, 1 UlOAk. -vov 4. at 7 p.uu Adiulwdou, vjC. o~T#-tJl 1 A- A K Bhi iti Sk HA9 REMOVED HIS LAW it. office 10 4-"tti 1*. ave.. oppoaite the City ha)L "-"r4' . V--^ PIANOS RENTED. 91210R 3 MONTHS. f^S^ORu.^S RENTED. 9a Per o'J8-?t 1325 Pennsylvania ave. ^ LK HIDDEN. CATARKH. I HltOVT AND a^ ^. I.L>0 sl'LClALISi, will leaunie iractice at Wiliinl a. ou MO KAY, WuDNE>D.\> and ul 1;\1 bnrinnlnif .November ~ t ree cottau tatiou. U?ci* l.enrs 1^ to 4 p.m. o'-ttS-lia SIEBKL ft OW E.N. TAILORS., Corner New York ave. and 10th at_ Firat-claas (TilUienis at reaaoable prlcei. alo-2m tm- R H QOLDSBOROrOH 4 CO ,. Real Estate, 140.. T it. p.eal Estate bought and aold. Loans effected In ?n ranee placed. In vest menu made. Si<emal atten tion to the collection ot rents and management of Real Frvpertiea. R- H. OOLDSBOt.OL'UH k CO., olo-3m 140o F thwt. UNITED STATES BONUS ON ilANDT" FOR SALE OK PCRCHASlD AT BEST MARKET RAILS. at I REGULAR INVESTMENT SECURITIES DEALT IN. FOREIGN ANDDOilE-SllC EXCHANGE Oia-lm LEWIS JOHNSON * Co.. Banker*. FIRE INSURANCE ^oLtttental Fire Int. Co , N. T. Capital. . 91.000.000 hkDover l*^re lua. Co.. >. \.. ....1,0U0,UU0 Cr.ent tire lna. Co.. Hartiord, " .... 1.0U0.UU0 bin.id lire lna. Co Philadelphia (an old and tavora bly known institution, and a larva owner ol real estate in thiacity.) Llatnct ol Culuinb.a Ret reaenUUTc. W. CLARENCE DUVALL, Real Estate and Fire Insur-uica, tt-Jo F at. n.w. Hon* ?, Stocks. Household Furniture, Family Wear Uik Ar.inL 1 Jbrariea. *c.. Insured at tlio lowest rate*. s!4--g * COP"OH * MACARTNEY. ^gvoi BtnwNu, i4i?Fs^r Dewxott. F.xcbaB*a. Failrvad stocks and Ronda. *nd all aecurttlea luted n> tLe Exclunwee 01 New York. Philadelphia. Boston si-d baltimorv bontfht and aold. A atecialty luade i t luveatuieiit Securities. DlaJict fccx.Ok and ail Local liailroud, Uaa. Xuauraiice and lele 1 li one block dealt in. ^ .to American bell Telephone Stock bought and told. jyl8 icS* ^ t" ""denVist. Has removed his office and residence to oll-lm* tf09I at n.w. FINE GAS FIXTURES SLATE MANTEL& PLUMBLNuk HEATING. I e. 8HEDD k TIRO.. *?11 <38 9th at n.w. aSS- H n II RRR I ITT gNSw Z ? H H II R R T 2. HHH n RRR T ?SS? H H U R R T 8~S ? g H H II R R Y B 2 ?. SH8S H H II R R T *W . FINE DRESS SHIRTS TO ORDER. FOB FULL DRESS-AND DAT WEAR. WE EMPHASIZE THIS BRANCH OF OUR BUS INESS. IN THE EXERCISE OF DETAIL AND FINISH WE ACCOMPLISH SATIS FACTORY RESULTS. WHEN YOC NEED SHIRTS REMEMBER THIS. H. T. WOODABD k CO MEN'S FURNISHINGS, 15TH AND F 8TS. o28-lm Portable Grates, I BRAKs ANDIRONS. FENDERS. ! And all the requisites (or tlie artistic treatment of tb? | ot*n fireplace. Exquisite Porcelains for mantel oroa luenia- Choice examples of Royal Worcester, Doultoc and other celebrated potteries. Artiatic Brouxaa. liAYWARD 4 HUTCHINSON. ol0 4'J4 9th atreet 94 P HI LA DELPHI A StoRE," 9,*S 7th and 706 E sta. n.w. ? *J1 oiler this week apecial induce man ta in Under Sanitary Underwear for Lallts Sani^ry Underwear for Men. Hamtary Undervte.r tor Oirls and Boya. * Will open ou Tl KsDAl MOUMNO, and sell aa l?B| aa the) Lm.1, > birf dri. a in Lemou Ai^Uras. Fancy Man raa. Nottiuvh.m an., swisa Tambord Curtaiua. Cloeec inrs*- avods out from an Importer lor lese than on* htli their va^Ue. \> til oiler six Paisley Shawls for one-half their value tail, offer twenty-one Iatmf Cloth Coala loroo* ha.l th- tr v* im. MiL offer u iilanketa barvaiaa. Have Juat receive* ? lot. one month a?v wou.d hare coat 25 percent more Just open in* Fur Trtmminaa. could wholeaale then at nnces we a^. wiU offer in Dree. Good*, all-wwol Diagonal Cloth 34 inchea wi?te, at .lie., worth 50c iitt utch Silk and ?ool Cloth, at 37He., worth 609. 44-men all-wool Canvaa Cloth, al 4Sc.. worth tfoc Colored Caahmerwa in all ibe beat shades.I iMm Clothe and Incota. lu all colors, at low prlcea. la ??) Bilk Department we have a ful. line of the leadiai ? hadea. lu Colored Silks, Suruhe. hhadames Ac_ Ac Black SU.a. '-Mouopoly Brand." 91. 91.45,^ 9IS0 1.75. 9'^ 9^?0. 9-150. and so on per yard, wunata to be tne Bast" fu the market. \ siveta and Plu.hm in ^i shade* and at low prlcea. A Mil line of Drees Trimmings, Notions, Carpe*i koffa. Oil Cloth*, ha, *< CAR HART * LEIDT. oSl 989 7th and 706 K *.*? J U9T RECEIVED DOLLS, DOLLS, DOLLS. JUMEA DULLS. B0QCE DOLLS, WAX DOLLfc INDkS'l Rt'CilBLE DOLLS, DOLL O DIREC'^IAsPOH IIP.. CAM GUARANTEE LAA.Y COACHES AT CUMA PRICE TO MABB BOOM FOR HOLIDAY GOOD9L ?-j- X.OATA-Airr. 90&4U5 7vaa?.n.w..ahoewDM. SPECIAL NOTICES. a? A MKETINO or THE STOCKHOLDERS _ of tbe MONTGOMERi LONG FIBEKCOT Tv>x GIN C <MPAN ?' mil Ik ueid iu the Glover BulU !? a. No. 1419 P ht n.w? Waahinrton, D. C.. on WED NESDAY. November lti, 1887, st 4 p.m.. tor thepur I poee of electltig 4 Board of Director! and tranjactlug ntlirr tTnp-irlunf litislrisas AUSTIN HEKR. u2*12* President. r^CO-OPEKATI^^^ ASSOCIATION lac ?.qttitil)le Co-oi-er-t.ve Ru..ding Association will bold Its si h lb aunual .ueetiu* at National i.iflee' A] mori, U at, between 9th aud lOtb n.w.. at i 30 o'clock p. m. _ _ THOMAS SOMERVILLE. Pree't. J? Jot Wmom. fact. ? "the first regular meeting or PvA THt ENOUGH ULEE CLUB will take place THURSDAY EVEN1.nO. November a st 7:30 o'clock, at the house of Mr*. C. W. P1.-.HKR. 3304 N st n.w. It ? M ARYLAND DEMOCRATS! - Hon. Btiitu CoMPron and other speakers wil address tbe Mary 1 nd Democratic Club at 7:30 I e clock to-ulfht, No. 902 fa. ave. Come one, coma alL TO THE PUBLIC. Sasbisoton, November 2.1887. my eon Leopold Beumgarten la I accepted aa a partner in my business. _ | Respectfully, JLUL.S BAUMGARTEN. late ordance with the above the firm will hereafter | be known under the name of J. BAUMGAR TEN * SON. and will be carried on hereafter in the new store, 1220 PLNNsYL > AM t AVE. N. W. Owing to the steady incr a -r of business a larger and more spacious place was found to be necessar.,, where all orders In the lloe of .vwls. Rubber Maui pa, stencils, ac . will receive ironist attention. All bill* due by tba old firm wta be paid on prea ut tion. and all those con tracted by tbe new nrui wil; be i<ald with the usual ; proinptneea. Veryrespectfully. 1 J i LI I X B ACMGARTEN. LEOPOLD BV MuARl'EN. tWXo other Beumgarten tus any connection with la. It FRANK H PELOUZE. KELtOGG BUll-DING, 1416 F ST. Buys and nells all stocks aud Bonds .L?ted on Wssb lagtou >tock Exchange n2-4t - \*M. 8 FISHER, FLORIST. VvS (Formerly with J K. Freeman), Wil> oe pleaacd to aee Lie trleuds a At 1425^ Feuiieylvawa ave. n.w. u2-wfcs,2t ?TZ^? ATTENTION, BAKEKS-AT A MEETING ?vS ol L A., ?-,:J8V?. k. ot L,. held on Juonday, October 31, 1887, the I'lilow.uir resolution wa? un.ni n.uusly adapted. Tlx: "111 it this Auemo.y turn out in a body on the occasion ol Labor Parade on V> ediieaday rvening. Noveiiitx-r 2, 1887." l'he Assembly will meet | at (1 .ou p. m., sharp. at Cosmopolitan Hall, to proceed [ to the place of lormation. ul-2t ~PJR*T~ PAYMENT" 14TH IS8UE, NO VEMBER. 1887. EgtllABLE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION. 'EQUITABLE BUILDING," 1003 Fat. ASSETS?$71*0,558.61. Subscription book* are open for a new Issue of stock (the 14th). hubscru tioiia and the flrst payment tliereuti received uallj. at the office of tbe Association, kquilable Building, 1003 F at. bhares are *2.5U per Utoiith. Pamphlets explaining tbe object and advantages of the Association are lurnisbed upon application. effice hours 1 mm 9 a. m. to 4:30 p. m. On the first Wtdi.eso?i In each mouth the cffice wnl be open lrum 0 to 8 o'clock p. m. Advan< ea ?ui be made promptly at7 o'c.ock. 1 he Kigtli Annual ^iceunx will be neid at National iiifies Armory, G at., at 7:^0 o'clock p. in. THOMAs s.imk,ivii...ki Pres't. JNO. JOT EDSON. Sec'y. nl-2t ? MlaS T. W1LI.8, MODISTE, HAS moved from 1107 F at. n.w. to 414 6th at. u.w , and wnl be plsaseu toVe her old customers and I any otu. ra who may wiah to call. S. V. 'lajrlor system. o31-8t* REMOVAL?THE 1ND. 8TEIALSAVINGS AND 1-OA.N A>?>/(;iAi1oa uaa removed to iu new quartcis at 1226 i St. n.w. JoMJi fa. oul ^E, Pres. 1 HumAj G. Secreta y. o3l-lm VIRGIN J A DEMOCRATIC Vul ERb. _ All Democratic Voters reaidinir In Washing ton el.y deslrlus to Vote in > lririnia will fli.d it to tnelr advouutire to Oail at the He*u<)U*riare of tne Vuipuia Democrauc Association 419 mtu St. n. w. ItoolnS will be kept open to day of elec.ion. By order Cam paiin Comuuttee. J.xj. a. JoNEs. udl-Ot m airman. SPECIAL NOTICE. The attention of the public is respectfully invite 1 to oumsw frlauo Marerooui, >o. F sl u.w, where ?lii ue iound a fu.luueol Ksuo.aud u.-tfaua, sueet Juus.c anu Mus.cal lustruine. U We are he Sol atfaut. lor the ionow ed ' aiec*" Planoa, > Incu .re 1 dorssd by uicha.d wa^nur. Fraua i^azt, Con.tautui Hteruberv. Ineodore iinuai, and a boat ot otUsr IsuiIuk mOMcians, both ol tutopf a..d America. A.ao M^eaOatOr the ? heeioca tla-0 and tha Paloubatc (V "?la..ua.<l" ot^aiia, of wuch tbere ate over 140,00V now in tua. Pianos sold on instalments, rented, aad exchanged. o31-3t CART WRIGHT k REILET. ti? THltEE KE.-Il.lO-HlSTUllICAL LEC _ L TL'i-L.-, to be deliver o,oi,e aw ek. In the Cuapei o( Cnriat iEpi?coi>a.i cniLcli. >J at. a.e., bol. t>tb and 7th. by the i.ecior, i?>v. o. F. \> ILuIA .u?k iirat Lecture HLi>>t.-bAi P. jj., at 7^o'cioca. sub ject: "i ue Introduction of Curisiiaoity into Britain aa uu I^de^enue.ii AtO-toiic Cnurcu." ool-ol* ^ REPORl" OF THE CONDITiON or iu EQolXABLE CO-OPERATIVE BoI^DI.NG ASSOCIATION, At the c.oae ol buaineas October 15th, 1887. BiAOkaCIL Advances (loans) t738.012.79 Premiums dua 8,584.00 btocaduaa 2?,oW;*i*< ljUiiuiutf lot and improvements 6j,70 ->."5 Pei.-ou.l property L859 71 Va. uatio..,coui? iee? anu maurauce due. 1,414 39 Cash on hand llifti O? Total $8*i6.89?28 LIABILITIES. On stock $719,741 i.50 l iotlis aud surplus 9a.n5.78 On reai 2.>.o0d.oo Total <836 8?j.28 STATEMENT OF ASSETS FOB EACH XKAH SINCE THE onGvNlZATloN OF THE ASaOvlAxiON. Fttst year. 1880 $65,754.79 Second year, 1881 121,07d 26 'Hind year. l->82 l8i.210.99 FoUitu ye-r. 188J 284.046.02 Utin year, lho > 4^7.K8. .t>9 Sixih year, 1885 652,44'^ l>6 beventii year. 1?86 701.259.80 EiKhtu ys r, 188 7 hll.aUj.28 ?Htlric! <j] Columbia. CMuoj Wathtnffton, it,: t. JoUn Joy a daon. ?>. creuu-y ot me above-named Association, do aoleiuuh swear that the above *tata uie-t la true, to Uie . eat ot my ki.owleuire and ue iul. JSu. Jui EuaON. Secietary. subscribed aad sworu to beio.e me tuix jutn oay of October. 1887. JOSEPH FoRREsT. Notary 1 utjilc. Correct?at teat: 11I0MAH SOMERVILLE, 1 resident i RED. W. PuAX'l, i BE> J. F. Fl'l.^tu,' Finance Com. H. HTWojuBLk, ) Tbe fourteenth issue ol stock is open for subscrip Payments commence November, 1887. Office, Equitable bull ..uut. Io03 t street. o31-3t NEW 18ftlE OF STOCK. "lue Union Co-operative Buildl g Association will hold ita sevectr-thtrd regular monthly meeting lor tbe Krneut oi dues aud uiakl c auvaUv'es ou V> tD.SEa 1. . oveuiber 2,1887. at7 o'clock p.nn, Cosmopol* lieu Hal., cor. Bth aBd E sts. u.w. flubscr.ptious and Layu ent on the 9th Issue of stock Will be received at the meeting aad also by the follow I i>?: Lena is Council, President, corner 1st aud H sta. B.W. B. B. Tracy, R**i E ute office. 618 7 tu st.n.w. Meyer Loeb (Eisman Bros.), 7th auu E sta. O.W. E. F. Buckley, 706 E St. n.w. John 1. Fuller, 58 H st n.w. Lieut. J. P. Keller, 31 G st. n.w. DAS'L DONOVAN, o31-3t secty . io 11 st. n.w. OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONERS OP "THE DiiTRI> T OP COLUMBIA W*s? i?oto?,October 15. 18H7.?leeuiiug it conduc ve to the puuLc lnteiesu to open a highway from tue pres ent terminus of Mlchitran avenue in s i-Ortheaateriy d-iection along tbe northern boundary ot the Gien wood Cemetery land, to tue junction ol the Harewood and Bunker Hill roada, the ci mmUsioners ot the Dis trict of Columbia have had uk- said route du.y sur veyed aad a plat thereof prepared and bled la tills of fice. lncou.piiaucewithlbrrequireuieuuoflaw.no ls her* by given of Uie piOi-oaeu opening . acl el tension ot tbe highway aforesaid, and all peraous who have object lone to preseut thereto are cal.ed upon to attenu at tbe office 01 the Commissioners at 11 o'clock a m. on tbe 5th day of Nov. tuber, 1887,at which tiuie the Colbmisoloners will gtvs hearing to -11 parties in terested. By ol\Jer ot the Cou.miasiouers ol tue Dis trict of Co.BBKia. W. B. WEBB, li-esldent Board'of i nnimlinonera. U. C. o!5-a.w3w , 1 ARTIES DESIRING A COMFORTABLE Hall for lueetlmrs. entertainments, sociable*. gc . suoald call aud iuspect Carroll institute Hall, (102 y st. u. w. Stage and-pi ointments complete, seating capacity 350. le. ms reasons Ue. o2tJ-law-6t ? GAS-FIXTUREa. JEST STOCK. LOW PRICES. Na.w AAl>ii?oNA NEW FENDERS. E. P. BROOKSL atilH 53115th st. Corroran Building. . I fan JAMP8 RADCLIPPE ANNOUNCES . BcSr^tbe removal of his medical office aad oxygen I 7j3 14th st n.w Ott-lui' I* i&r* PALL OLOVE8, Shirts to ordsr. ???????????? o!4 SERIAL SAVINGS AND BOILDIXO ASSOCIATION. Tbe first meeting tot, the paymeat of ; tMm u. fhm All _ *?l>aiHniyin in ?*?"!? TBirTx I " ? l?>tb sa. ?.w^ "* *"*8!Sifl* Washington News and Gossip. Paqbs s and 4 of to-day's stab contain: The program tor to-nlgat's labor parade, the anar chists may confess, New York growing uneasy about the cholera, governors' terms In various States, Mayor ilewitt taUa politics, telegraphic dispatches, Ac. The advertisements are classified as follows: Auction Sales, Wood and Coal, At torneys, Educational, Pianos and Organs, Books, Sewing Machines, Medical, Professional, Railroads, Potomac Blver Boats, Ocean Steamers, Dentistry, Specialties, Family Supplies, Ladles' Goods, House furnishings, Government Receipts To-dat.?Internal rev enue. ?.'40,67-.;; customs. ?83U,467. Ths itbuc Put statement shows the redac tion of the debt during October to have been J 116,833,005, and there is ?11,500,000 more cash In Uie Treasury than mere was a month ago. Ths Prkbidbnt held another public reception In the east room this afternoon. There were about two hundred visitors present. Artoommrr.?1The Secretary of the Treasury to-day appointed Oswald M. Teague to be store keeper and gauger at Marlon, N. C. 1 hi Natal Board on coast defensb has nearly completed Its report. It has agreed upon a sys tem of defense, consisting of monitors supported by auxiliary craft, such as rams and torpedo-boats, and is satisfied that the <u,000,000 appropriated by congress for this purpose wui be sufficient, to estabJsh at least one unit oi the system. The monitor Mlantonomsa has been selected as the vessel which wia be the cin.erof the unit, and she will be equipped with several fleet rams, which In turn win be accompanied ana protected by small, speedy torpedo-boats. If this unit shoiud be round io work harmoniously and efficiently the system can be indeilolieiy extended froui year to year wiiuout requiring a great expenditure at one time. Final Natal M anil-vers at Nmm-Tht last of the naval maneuvers of the North Atlantic squadron will take place at Newport within a tew days, wnen the entire fleet will once more com pete for the guonery pe.inant now carried by lue Atlanta. Tue maneuvers were to come off to-day, but had to be postponed on account o( the lieavy gale which nas been blowing. As tue guno on the At.anta and Doipbln are so rnucu better than tuose of ihe other ships, these snips will keep at an average distance of l,2oO yards froui the tar get, whue the Richmond, osapee, and ualena win keep at an average distance of 000 yards. Armt Orders.?CoL Henry L. Abbott, Corps ot Engineers, has been ordered to proceed from New York to Newport, K. L, on public business, and on its completion to re; urn to his proper sta.lon. l ost chaululn O. J. Nave Has been relieved trorn duty in the department of Texas and ordered to tue department oi uie P.uile. second Lieut. Wm. D. W tight. Signal Corps, has been ordered to pro ceed lioui Woods uoli, .Vloso., to Lynn, Mass., to I inspect certain unaei vlceable signal-service prop- ! erty. Leave of absence for four uiontns has been | granted CoL Wm. P. cartiu, 4tu Infantry. Sutxkn Moss Dismissals.?Acting Secretary Thompson to-day approved the recommendation of couector Magone lor the dismissal of sixteen clerks in the New York custom-house who bad twice tailed in the clvu service examination lor ; promotion. This Increases the nutnoer of dismiss als at New York during the past month to stxty I nve. ^ Personal.?Mavroyeni Bey, the Turkish minister, , Commodore Walker and Alexander K. Shepherd ot | Washington, were in New York last night.?4. W. Carpenter of St. Louis, W. E. Larp ot Troy, N. Y., ?. ?. Starr ot Philadelphia, K 11. Ackley of New York, c. ti. Pray of Boston, ?. L. Z .iluskl oi the army and CapuManual de la Caimara of the Span ish navy, are at the Kbol.L Representative Bland, James Uenderson or Brooklyn and J. K. .uarkiey and oeorge L. Goodman oi ?au Francisco, are at Wluard's. A. Q. Bradsiieet and Geo. Place of New York, and J. Parker of Chicago, are at the Biggs.?A. Powea of New York is at ueickers.?fc. u. L w.s oi New York is at worm ley's.?Percy Louiug wood oi London, artnur Le- i Fevre of Kansas and c. s. Norton ot tue navj, are i at the Ailiugton. Dr. F. L. Kobertaon of Vir ginia and Kdgar Sanderson of N. Y., are at the Metropolitan.?a aweeu and A. D. Bassett of are at the Su James. TBUOPs rOR CHICAGO. | Two Companies oi Infantry Ordered to | ' the .Mew Military neservaiieo. I THEV ARB SB NT THERB TO TABS CARE Of THB OOTBBN 1 HUNT FKOPtCKTT, BUT WILL SB AVAILABLE IN CASE TBUJt SERVICES SHOULD BB NaKDW AT THB l.sE* CUT. Two companies ot the 6th Infantry have be*n or- , dcred to the new mlhtary reservation near Chicago | from Fori Douglass, at Salt Lake city. Major Wm J. Lyster, of the 6th infantry, has been ordered to , command the post. No other troops will be or-1 dered mere for uie present. The object of garri soning the post at this time is that the Govern- : mei.t property may be guarded and protected | during the winter, and that troops may be on hand to begin work eurly in the spring. The troops will be available In < ase there should be any rlota In Chicago, but it Is stated at the War Department that this is not the primary reason for ordering the troops there at present. The new reservation Is oetween twenty and twentv.nve mll?s from Chicago and contal >s about 640 acres. It is about three Umes as long as wide and runs along a high biuff on tue lake suore. The Chicago and Northwestern rail road runs along one ccfruer ot It, so that troous can be n aal.y 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 oi congress tor the erection of buildings, ot whicn | there are none on the land at preseut. N'e .r the re ervatton there Is an inn, and there are several fr ime houses in the neighborhood, at which the officers can probably secure quarters for the winter. The troops will nave to be quartered in tents, but they wilt be floored, will have stoves, and will probably be bauked with earth to ke y out the cold, and it Uexpected tnat they wlli be thoroughly comfortable tor I he winter. Personal Jluveaieats, etc. The Swedish minister and Mrs. de Heutersklold and Infant hive returned to the city for a brief stay beiore going to Sweden to spend the winter. The six-weena-old child was baptized in the Swed ish church on 15th street, n ar Third avenue, in New York cuy, on sabbath, the30th of last month, i here were no invitations and no guests, there b ing present only those personally concerned. Tne ceremony took place at 4 o'clock, beiore the afternoon service, and the church was Oiled with memters ot the congregation. The email christen ing party occupied a front pew. M. Roustan, the > I'cucii minister and M. Lovenorn, tue Danish minister, were the god.athera, and Mrs. scott Townsend and Mrs. Bigelow Lawrence, who were present, were the godmothers. A number ot spon sors In Sweden were named, among whom was named Prince Oscar, the second son o. the king of Sweden and Norway. The child Is named for Its mother, Louise. Mrs. Whitney paid a visit to Mrs. de Reuterskioid and bsby at their hotel on Satur day, and declared her intention of being preseut at tue service next day, but was detained from going by her care lor her husband, who required her presence. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Noyes have mored Into the city from "Alton Farm," Md., and have set up housekeeping at No. S37 street. Senator and Mr*, and Miss Cameron returned to the city last evening, and are at their house on Lafayette Square. Mr. John S. Shrtver, the bright Washington cor respondent of the Baltimore American, haa re tui ued from an extended European tour and re sumed charge ot the Washington bureau of his paper. Maj. A. H. ft Davis, Washington correspondent of the Minneapolis Tribune, has just been ap pointed . o[respondent of the Leavenworth (Kan sas) limes, recently purchased by coL Z. A. stnltu and K. N. Dingiey, both excellent newspaper men, formerly o Maine. Mr. Dingiey Is a son of Bon. Neiaon Dingiey, jr., of Maine, and will bs rem. ro be rod in Ysaamngton as having carried off the higuest honors oi the Columbian University Law ScnooL j Ju ge w. F. Dole and family have returned from Berkeley Springs, and are at their residence, 1014 14th street. i Dr. 8. H. Dickson, U. ft N-, and family hare, changed their residence to 1SB8 1 street north wee The Annual ? I 4? THB MBMBBBS Of MM CAXDCBT KBIT SDOT. The President and moat ot the members of hM Cabinet are now bosUy engaged la the prepara tion of their annual reports to Centres* Attor ney-General Garland has finish art ids report and It la now la the hands at the President. Secretary Falrchlldts devoting all his spare time to the pre paration of lua report and to order to give the matter proper consideration, does moat of tee work in the quiet of his home, he waa ao orerrua with visitors at his ottoe to the Department that it waa difficult tor him to transact even the routine bust, nees. The beads of the other Departments also meet with constant lnteruptloa to their oOetal work, but not to the same extoa. During Mr. Falrchlidt abeenoe from.the Department AsMau ant-Secretary Thompson acta aaSecretaryt and Ma ^,?5^ tro^h^ty^miuntSS the doomed anarchists. Tk? VbII?4 MUm vaprc cilia Agsi chibp jtrnc* win anhocncbb thb dbcisiok ?* NTISO thi wbit or error?so Bars PQB Wl c JSDEMNED MDI CULMS TBI OOVEBHOB Dm FKRBS. % In tbe C. 8. Supreme Court this morning Chief justice Walte announced the decision of the court lo tbe case Of the condemned Chicago anarchists, r. fusing to grant the petition in their behalf tor a wtH of error. This closes the last legal resource ot tfcft condemned men. The announcement was expected by tbe public, and the court-room was crowded, as It has been cacbday the anarchist cases have been under con sideration. Mr. Tucker and Mr. Salomon, counsel for tbe prisoners, and Mr. Hunt, tbe attorney general tor the state ot Illinois, were present, and a number of ex-Senators and prominent lawyers were within the bar. The court was about three minutes late in entering tbe room. Almost as soon us thfy had taken their seats the Chief justice cleared his throat and pulled his chair ctos r up to tbe desk before him, where be laid a lime plieof manuscript. He then stated that the court bad authorized him to announce their decls. ion in tbe matter of the petition for a writ o? error in the case of August Spies and others. 'ihere was perfect alienee in the court room, and nearly every one present leaned forward with a hand to an ear to catch every word ot the announcement. The Chief Justice proceeded with the reading of the de cision in an unusually clear voice. It took nun more ball an hour to finish the reading. rourrs or thb decision. He first stated in brief how tbe case came be fore the court, and reviewed tbe points raised by the counsel for the prisoners in their briefs and in their arguments before tue court, lie said trom the facts thu* set forth the court was enabled to decide as to their Jurisdiction. As to the claim of tue counsel for the pensioners that they had been deprived ot the rights accorded them py the constitution of tue United States, in the first ten amendments, ot a trial by an impartial Jury, the court had hel i on several occa sions that the flrst ten amendments of the consti tution were limitations upon the Federal Govern ment and not upon the SUues. Tliereiore the Jury laws of Illinois were not In v.olailon of the consti tution and did not abridge the prtvUcgesot clt.zens. The ju y laws of Illinois were similar to those ot New York, Michigan, and several other States, which had b en in practice for years, and were heid by the Supreme courts ot the States to be constitutional. Cases in point were cited in which It had been field tbat the * laws were constitutional. AS TO THE INCOMPETENCY OP the JCK0R8, Denker and Sanford, as alleged by the petitioners, tbe court held ihat there was nothing in the re cord to snow tbat the court should have rejected them. .. To warrant the granting of a writ of error on tne grounds ot the incompetency of a Juror it must oe shown that the defense had no peremptory chal lenges left at the time the Juror was elected, or that It was clearly the duty of the court to reject the Jury tor cause. The examination of Juror Den ker as given in the record was embodied in the decision to show Just tbe manner in which be was selected, and attention was called to the tact that while tbe defense had more than a hundred and forty peremptory challenges they did not exercise this right, but virtually accepted Denker upon tue tilal court's overruling this Objection for cause. Tne law of Illinois permitted the acceptance of a Juror as impartial when he declared under oatn that he thought he could decide tue case upon tbe evidence presented If the court believed him. The record ot the examination of Denker showed th*t he had uiade this deciar Hon and that tbe conn held him to be a competent Juror. Tue re was no warrant tor the Supieme Court to Interfere. The Juror Saniord, to whom objection bad been made, was selected after the deiense had ex hausted all i heir peremptory challenges and they had challenged blui for cause, because they could not have him rejected otherwise. The Culef Justice read irom the record of tne exainlnat.on of this Juror 1. tue trial court, and decided that there was nothing In It to s-ow tn..t he was not a competent Jaior according toi tne law of Illinois. It appeared that the trial court, as tbe Sup: eme court ot tne State bad deciaea, bad compiled in every respect witb tbe law of tue State and with the constitution. 1 the case or triBS. As Co the ptea that August Spies ted been com poftefl to give testimony egamst himself, tbe record presented to the Supreme Court showed tbat be bad usked to be placed upon tbe stand as a witness la his own defense, and as sueb ne wfts subject to cioss-examlnatlon, and might so tie competed virtu,.l>y u. testify ag.ilnst hlmse.f. Tueriioie, no Federal question couid be raised as | to tbat poinu TH* PRISONERS' r*OPERTT BIGHTS. The point had been raised that the prisoner* property rights had been violated; that their houses had been broken Into and tbelr papers and , other private property taken without due process of law, and that these papers had been used as evidence agalust them. The records of the trial court, the Chief Justice said did not show that the defense had objected to the admission ot the letter of Johanna Most upon this ground, but permitted It to go in as evidence without sucn question. The p jint could not, it was held, be made at this time. OEM. BUTLER'S POIHT. Upon the point made by Gen. Butler tbat Spies and Flelden, as foreigner^ oouid not be deprived ot certain rights and immunities insured them by the constitution, the Supreme Court held that, as this quest on had not beeu raised or decided in tbe [ lower courts, It couid not come to them in an aPTueLprayer for a writ ot error was, therefore, denied. _ VTBEKT DiTi nATES. The Difference la Figure* tbe District CommlMlontn CltlMli*' Committee. WHAT COL. LUDLOW BITS ABOCT TUB MATTfcB?HOW THE DISTRICT ESTIMATES ABB MADE, ETC. Commissioner Ludlow said to a Stab reporter to day that the statement that the commissioners bad prepared their estimates ot tbe citizens' Com mittee's schedule ot proposed street Improvements, with a view to casting doubts upon tbe ability of tbe committee to make as estimate, Is simply pre posterous. He said tbat tbe commissioners were required to submit tbelr'estimates for street im provements to the Secretary of tbe Treasury on October 1; tbat at tbe eleventh hour tbe citizens' committee presented their schedule. Tbe fact is, tbat at that time tbe District Commis sioners' schedule bad been already prepared. Tbe Commissioners, however, sent tbe citizens schedule to their computing engineer with instruc tions to prepare them as soon as he could, but upon tbe same basis as bsd been used for tbe Dis trict's schedule. Tbe work was done in one after noon and by a bait dozen men, wboee lodgment might differ in regard to tbe needs ct certain utreeta. As it was the estimate was roughly pre pared and the commissioners had no opportumty to examine thoroughly into tbe matter. so MB TOO BLOB AMD BOMB TOO LOW. CoL Ludlow said tbat no doubt in some cases tbelr estimates were too high and In others too low; tbat tbe estimate for lbs citizen* schedule wss made upon tbe same basis tbat is used for estimating upon tbe preliminary schedule pre pared by the commissioners. This schedule is merely general in character, and contains appro priations far streets and work that have to >e cut out or changed completely when tte commis sioners submit their QuaI estimate to Congress. CHANGES Ol TBE HMAL ESTIMATES. The estimates as contained In tbe commission ers* report to Congress each year represent several revisions in which many times tbe character of the improvements recommended upon certain streets Is changed completely from that flrst esti mated upon, nils is due to the tact tbat the com missioners' figures are governed by tbe amount of money available for tbe purpose, and if, as was the case this year, in tbe nortuwest section par ticularly, congress sees flt to appropriate lees than is actually needed for a certain section, and in addition interject into it tbe improvement of a certain street IOr a certain distance, that la no fault ot the commissioners. But this reduction in tbe appropriation necessl tates another general reduction In tbe estimates, and some streets tbat are scheduled for paving, curbing and sidewalks only get the two laoer items. CTTTOW AOOOBMM TO THB CLOTH. CoL Ludlow said tbat tbe estimates tar each year are In no way governed by tbe estimates fur nished to Congress tor the preoedlng year. The coat must be cut according to tbe cloth. As a nutter of fact It was unnecessary for tne citizens' oommtUee to prepare an estimate ot ths cost at tbe wort They were supposed to present to the rmtnirr'?tnev. in tbelr Judg ment, considered should he Improved. WILL as ?UI TO OOMTBACr POB OBADDM A* ? CBMTS PBB TAB*. In iuiii in"* to tbe statement that 8ft osots par cubic yard tor grading Is ample, ooL Ludlow said: ??we would bs very glad B Mr. Laroer or ? a hjr oentleman ot the Citizens' Committee will tmdttSke to do tbe District's grading at aft cents pSrcSm yarjk" He aaid It is te to tbat the work tor such a small grading done to the District that'will *cStV? trtct has contracts Mr gTsi?Uag. ranging lift to 861 A BOOT POUND NB?I TUB TRACI Snppeeed M be IkM of AniMut Boon Anhw ?? Ik* .lavf. n had iumd r*o* Washington to bb m. BUB?BIS BODY TO BB BBOUOIT TO THIS CITT. The Navy Department to-day received a teie. cram from the officials of the Virginia Midland Hallroad Co., at Lynchburg, staling that the body of a gentleman was found nearthe track last n ght west of !>aiem, Vs. From paper* on his person he appears to be Geo. Arthur, a paseed assistant sur g*?n ?* the Navy. The body was at Saiem in cnarge of tbe railroad company. It is learned at the Navy Department that Dr. Arthur was KTante?l leave from tue 1st of November, and started from Washington yesterday afternoon for Shelby vine JJPM? be married. lie was ordered to Washini; ton about a year ago, and has since been on duty J" the museum of uyglene. Nothing la known at the Department about his family except that he has a brother in the Army. He was appointed to tue Navj irom Maryland In 1877. .surgeon One. . ?9u?PeU directed tnat bis body be brought to Washington, and is endeavoring to commu nicate with relatives and friends Mwlr TlBie la a Law Office. MM. CAHLLL AJCD KB. r. f. MILLER BNOAOB IX A* APPBAT?KOBODT BCBT. Yesterday afternoon in the office of Mess re. T. F. MUler and J. Brown, on 4* street, near the court House, Mr. Chas. L. Hine, as an examiner in chancer;, was taking testimony In the case of Mc Dermott agt. Madea. There were present Messrs. T. F. MUler, Daniel X. cahlli, C. A. Walter, CoL Brown, Mr. Wa&hburn and a colored man. In tbe course of the session Mr. Miller had read the testi mony of Mr. c. A. Walter, wnen Mr. cahlli said or that the testimony tiad not been correctly transcribed. Mr. Mliler asked: "Do Tou mean to call meadJiT* Mr. caniil repueo: JL?? a01 c*Ll.any ??e a Uar> l,ut I ?ay tbai what rou have read Is a ue." Mr. MUler men grabbed Mr. ' i0y. .S collar. Mr. Waiter serrated tuem. In reply to Mr. Mllier asking aoout his interference Mr. W alter said be Interfered in tue interests of ,Ia * little time theexaminauon proceeded. M r. w alter being on tue stand tor cros?exanilnaUoo Mr. Miller made a stutemeul. Mr. t'tulu sala that sucn staiement did not appear in tne record. .?.r Ml.ler again jumped up autl asked, "Do you un-ati to sa> I de, sii"?"' Mr. Cahlli answered, "You may take It as you please." .?.r. Miller then seued a Cat"^ having bad Ills knl.t out, said if Miller advanced he wouid u*- tue weapon. A lively tune ensued, during which blows were at. uok, chairs overturned, and des.s knocked out of piainb. Aoout this tiuie a laay rushed into tue loom, begging .?,r. calilu lor tue anlie, and he then he did not mtenu to use it, out 1.171(4X1 Mr. Miller to go out and ngut it out. Fluaity all hands quieted down, each combatant regrei tlng h.s share In the affair. Mabbhob JLicbksbs.-Marriage licenses hare been issued by the cierk of tue court to George Afenstein and Henrietta 8. lemple; Clarence F iaolmea,of Fredericksburg, ana Mary JL Jones; Jacob k. Aug.e, 01 luanesvowu, W. Vs., aud Mary tA,' uiur t-'uapin and ttebecca T. v> ln lanison; i?r. J imes VV. nay war a and SUsan Jt_ Corytli; David L OButi and EiLia K. uleasou: Win. F. Fletcher and Maggie a. mcmuuou. W,JkrH * OK P0L1CB COCBT BCBI *?ss.?tout few arrests were made oy tue ponce ^ of tue Fouce court lasted less than an hour this uiorniug. Juo*e Bneil remarked that the business oi tne court Was in uarmouy with the weataier. In warm weather the assault ca*es before the court usu tly increased the Dullness, wul.e iu colder or pieasant weather such o?ses are but lew in number. ?*?*? B*vls Said to be Sink inf. ? UWXWKBBIUTI CB1EP IN ill EXTSaMBLT rascakjocs condition. A special from Macon. Ga^ to tue New Tor* Her. aid, dated Nov. 1, says: There are considerable doubts as to whether Mr. Jefferson Davis wiu re turn to his isolated home at Beauvolr, Mis*., alive. His cond.tlon. to say tue least, is extremely pre Carious. For several years troubled with a serious anectlon of the heart, the excitement oi iast week served only to aggravate his ailment. Since last ba?urd*y he has been coi.fiued to his bed and a Physician has been lu dail> attendance. His wire ? bwi at his bedside continually, ibe wound wulch h? received in tne Mexican war is troubling hiiu considerably aud he is scarcely able to w ?* He la in a very emeeoted conuulon. and his S1* lhai he wiii not recover from tbe ex haustion. He has spoken but little bimk Saturn** and has takes; bJU. little twarfomnauw Dr. McMau ^7.attending physician, expresses g.oat tears oi his Inability to leave tue city i bursday, as was arranged beiore his ?wu 'lo-Ua> he idi greatly improved, and despite ad. vice to tue contrary he euiertaiued the yo'uug ia dlesof Wesley an Co.lege. vvuen they cailed at 4 O clock Mr. Davis was helped uowustairs by ?rs. Davis and Captain Johnson. Wuen the reception was concluded he eturued to has room comuicteiv exhausted. It is underetood that his dau^htei*. wuo are the guests of the city oi Macon, nave been sumuioucd to tueir tamer's side. Tim end is ex pected at any moment. A Baltimore ntaisur's Insanity. bb Ban a na* io xutcr the prohibition candi OaTB OOVkKKOK OP MAKVLANO. The Hev. John C. Kouud, a well-known Metho dist minister of Baltimore, and one of me faculty oi theCentenary Biblical Institute, was on Tuesday sent to spring Grove Insane as> lum. Cntli a lew weeks sgo he appeared periecuy sane. He bad long been an advocate of prohibition, but only re cently showed a disposition to enga.e in the pro hlblUon campaign. He went to the leaders of the proulDUlOu party and wan.ed them to accept a plan he said ue had for eiectiug summerfleid Bald win, the proulblilon nominee lor governor, a lew day ago he was examined aud pronounced Insane. He continued, howeve., to visit me newspaper of fices and offer for publication his aruc.es advocat ing Baldwin and declaring that be was confident I thai tt J*r. Ba.dwin was e.ected governor he would certainly succeed Mr. Cleveland la the Presidency. Congressional Uectlon ia Louisiana. A New Orleans dispatch or last night says: It is Impossible to give to-night the result of the elec tion In the slim Congressional district to flu the vacancy caused by me deatu of CoL E. w. Kooert son. The district la composed of thirteen parishes, six of which are not crossed by a telegraphic wire, and in all of mem tbe returns come in br hand! There would be ordinarily no question of the re sult. Wim a full vote me democrats would carry me district, but Just now the democratic nominee CoL Sam M. Hobertson, lacks me elements oi ooou lanty possessed by his lamented fatuer, and nis nomination was the result of a political luirvie. particularly offensive to tue frlenus of Gov. Nicn? oils, wuue on me other band Judge John Vosl the repubucan nominee, is a strong m^n wutn ah ciasses. The only parishes heard from giveitob ertaon an unexpectedly small majority. while Yost s strong noids?Folnte couple, Avoyeiiea. and Bb Landry?ore not yet heard trout. A million for KIMoat. T*B OBJBCT WHICH TBS M?TH0D1STS HAVB SDCOa PCLLT nUBD TO AWiM The Mew York Timet to-day says: There are orer 1,500,000 MemodiBU Hi this country, and to day, figuratively at least, they are, as one of their number expresses It, "everlastingly throwing up their hata." One of the ambitions of Methodism in this country has been accomplished, a few years sgo a tag target was set up, with U,000,U00 tor me bull's-eye, and tne Methodists began mimr at It Tills year they hare hit the bull's-eye suuare. aud it Is more man probame mat they have even doue better man that. """ 'l ue Missionary Society of the Methodist church I In 1884 elected tne Hev. Chaa. c. accabe one of its secretaries. Either tuen or at some other tune I tuey als<> gave him the tlue of chapialn. aud ne is i now known to "very Methodist in me couutiy as Cuaplain McCabe. Chapiain Mccabe had har ly taaeu his seat In me oince of tue society when he began to talk about a milboo dollars for missions. I Tiial Was more than had ever been raised for mis. slooaty purposes, and tue Aiethodists were a trjle dououui as to me sanity of tne now. ever, alter he Bad talaed at various places over the country, and his audiences had found that when be appealed for ca&u tue contents oi their pocaets seemed to now out spontaneously u?cy came to the conclusion that the chaplain was ail right. iue million mark was not easily reached. It required haid work on the part of bom Dr. Held, tbe otuer secretary, and cnapiain McCabe. and notwithstanding the chaplain's eloquence tne Methodist pocket Wasn't affected quTui enough, the fauure last year was by agood many thousand dollars. There had ueen an advance; however aud aiter repealed efforts this year it was found'that success was to be attained. ^ccabca flrst cry was MA million lor missions." but wnen tnat amount was Marly reached twenamrad it to "A million tor missions from collections only " siihowgh orer a minion tuu. been raised it has not been trum eoUecuoas alone, cut lnciudea and other aoorees, so tne cnap^in suu hasVsne tning isit U> strive lor. His well wabere in hto oenotniuatlon feel sure that the maik will m psssed in the manner be wIsimb, and that u?b amount wiunare to be set Haaaow Atuauw iHin ur niiiJrviP rimvavM a srr TheUreoBoneMtasdrivingwheeiBarthe tocol motive Iwml us oacii, and lect tne tralaat the rear I poach, wtthoot doing anytnjarr ?* erew. The train was ntening show 40 bums aa hour at the Obw, and the firms piece of ure had the velocity aCaeaaaoa bale Telegrams to The Star. TWO HUNDRED CROWS ESCAPE. Alarm and Indignation in Montana. O^RUM nr JAIL AT TULLAMORE. DEATH OF JENNY LINO IN LONDON. A Canadian Attack on Chamberlain, THE KAISER'S aiAC^, Speculator* Makiaf mm ?? it?A Um4 iliiktS Best. Special Cable Dispatch to Tie Evening Star. Fkanktokt, No*. 8.?The Kmperur William was obllgea u> keep to bis bed all day y e?ieruay, but be slept well last nig tit and 18 out o( bed to-day. Yes terday *s alarming rumors were unfounded ?"?' had their origin In ^eculattve sources. An alliance has been perfected belwfen tbe national, and conservatives :or the Benin muni cipal elections. rhe Vienna Prcut says that tbe German govern ment has proposed to Austria lue prolongation lor one year or the commercial treaty. Itenies were weak to-day tor domestic reasons. For otner securities the continental stock ex changes were dull but tirui. MB. DAVIS 1.1 GOOD HEALTH. 1 Deaial of the Kt ntatieMi Beporte tkat U( wan in a Prrrariuiu ( uud i tiou. Macon, Oa^ Nov. 2.?Reports that Mr. Jefferson Davis it, m a precarious condition are not correct. Ills health 1* belter than it has been at anytime since he left beau voir. Last night lie received a number or irlends, nd ccnverscu with mem uumi a late hour. This morning he is in hne spirits, and In belter heaitn man usual. O'BBIEM 8ECHCTLY BEHOVED. Takea from Jail at Cork this Montlni ssd Conveyed to 1 ullatnorr. Com. Nov. 8.?Mr. Wliiiamo'tfricu and Mr. Man devnie, who are under sentence lor using seditious language at a meeting at Mltcheistown, were quietiy removed from tuejall uere at five o'cmak tuis morning and taken away in a < cial train. j he news oi tneir removal was not known lo tue people of Cork until 10 o'clock. Jt caused tremen dous excitement. li kokd at Jan. at tuxaxom. Dcbun, Nov. j>.?Mr. O'Brien uas bceu lodged In the jail at luliamore. Day inlies Irom Itublln. Mr. .Viand vine v.as also taken lo '1 u.Lainurv jail. A strong escort Of police uccojipamed Ihe priso ners In the train from Cork. Both prisoners wore their usual ciotuea. rOMEVEB SILENT. Dealk of Jettnf Liutf Uoldecknsidt la t.oadou at iimi Agm of smirnix. London, Nov. A-fenny Llnd ^Madame Gold schmldt), the celebrated Swedish Stager, is dead. She was slxty-alx years ot age. Sh- had been seriously ill for some weeks. Sue retired fr in tue stage alter her marriage in America in laii, but reappeared at various concerts In au oi cnaritie*. Sue had not appeared in public since UOfi. iuachaeu Acainut Sera A Co. Chicago, Nor. 2.?An attachment was taken out In llie superior Court u>-;la> by che Merchants' N . tional bank oi cuicago against Sejm >ur, babin a Co., of stuiwater, Biua- on two promissory notes oi 95,000 each. Wall Street To-Day. New Yoke, Nov. The stock market wassom?* Whal lrre,u.ar though generally strong at tue opedlng tuu morning, tL*t prices b iu^ ccjm % to H eont, above last evening a final figures In most cases, t huuga korlaieni PaciUc pre.end was dowujj. mere #as cn active bUsiU'ss in ivniv n Ml sou i Paoiflc, Beading, L'mou Patlac, Lake Snore and St. Pasl were most consp.cuoUs. i n nutiM; was ratuer feverisu, tnougu lainy steady in ?'ie earty trading, W ulle a lew stocks snowed a defining tendency and tue Missouri Pacta; IJst per ceui., wuku, Uowever, wasafierwaiu regaineu. Peoria, ifecatur, and Kvan^viUe, was verv siioag, gaining IX, wui.e Coio ado Coal ios.- 1%. Muul too.i aua tiurangton and ymucy l ana several otners Iracuonai auiounis. Tne ma. ket became more quiel la?.e in tne hour, out mere was no turner change in the specu.aiioo. At 11 oV.ock tae market ?i> fair.y active and steady to mm at close to opening ilgures. Going Back at (be Old Price*. Indianapolis, Ind., Novemoer 2,?ihe coal miners' strike in this cl.y was practloal.y eu jed yesterday oy a large numoerof miners returning to work in lue lugiesije and Suuuyoide uunes ai the o.d scale of prices, The remainder of the strikers wui return to work to-day. lltoufht Ike Town was CllICairo, Nov. 2.?A special from Kuscola, I1L, says: a uisastrous nre v.siied tuis clLy yesurday, aud tor a lime It was feared me wuole busluess ooi-tlou Of the place would tcu. 1 ue ore OrUlual. d In tue engine rooai of lue large flouring iuiu oi J. B. Waiiusiey, v uicn was consumed w.tn 7.000 busheut oi wneat ani all tne macuinery. i.o?s *3u,000; insuieu tor W.000. ineedy fire oepkit men. bunding was neAi ourmd, and luier ihe cen tral^uotel, owned by A. inayer. Loss on note! To AdnsialMer tke Mew I .and Act. DrWJN, Nov. a.?several legal commissioners wi.i soon be appoiuted to adinluister ine new land acu A large number o. tenants have ajv ,dy made application to be permitted to avail liicui seives of the provutons of the act. Abolishing Quarantine Against Italy. AlHanpua, Nov. 2.?'1'ue (^Uaiantine measUivs which nave iK-en enforced ucre against vessels from Italian ports on account of tne ouioreak ol cholera in tuat country wu> be abolished. To Visit tke Sultan at Morocco. Tanoikr. Nov. 2.?Sir Urunimond-li.^y, lately Engiisu minister to Morocco, has arrived heiv aboard the bihish gunboat urappler. tteisirolng W) Vlhlt tliC aUit all oil U C>pcci?ii UiltolOlL Alt? HIU take a nuxuber or v*iu*bie pre&ent? 10 tne Bultsn. Tke Coco motive Engineers. AMocmmtLsT op ibs cbicaoo <xjnve.vtion?to meet in aicuao.so next teak Cbicaoo, >ov. 2.?lue oiocn rnoja of Loco motive Augineers couc.uded meir business yester day aiternoon and adjourned. 1 ne entire nioiniuir session w*s occupied in tue consideraaon of a rZ vision of the constitution aud bj-law* of me (Motherhood, but no changes of any importance Were adopted. Wuen the tiuie tor adjournweut arrived felicitous aud en<-Ou.aging speecues wvnj made Oy Cnief Engineer p. M. Ai tuur, Plisi asOs tant Grand Ku?iueer U. C. ttkj ea. Seccud cr.nd Ku.lnrer cavenei, 'inlrd Assistant Bngiueer jus. ?pr?gue. Of 'loronio; Grand cuap.aiu N.cho.aa Long, of ChatUhuoga, ana secretary i. s. lngra haui. 'i'hc next annual seaman of the broiheruood win be held in iucumond. Vs.. on tne third M ed> nesday In uctober, lsss. Elent. Henn'a Pit n will uixa tmi oalatea oves to compete a ALL NEXT TEAS'* KACE& London, Nov. 2.?The yacht Galatea, which ar nveu at vueenstown on batunlai irotn New Yo.k, wlu proceed 10 Souttiampuia. Lieut, tienn. her Owner, nays he w ill Lake uis ooat to A me lea again In lue spring aud utke part mail of next season's regattas. Wd not Perlak la tke I London. Nov. 2.?I he report that the British Dark Temple Bar had foundered in toe B> istoi Channel during yesterday's storm and tuat an tue ciew had beeu lost proves untrue. 'I he vessel ar rived saiely in Lundy Boads yesterday evening. *Bllaky** norgan CeavlcMd. D?1 a. II IE Bt'LUOAN'S MCaPEXEK POCND OCUTT or HCkDEH Uf IHE rtaal DSOaXE. Cleveland, Nov. X.?The jury in tbe case of "Biinky " Morgan, on trial at Baveuna, onio, for the murder of Itotecuve Aiuiiigan, returned a ver dict ot guilty of muroer in tue first a gree. > Lynckiac oC a?r Groea. m uand Jrsr rsable ro obtain AOAimi tan LTNCEkna. Cbicaoo, Nov. 2.?A Delphi, lad., special says: The grand Jury summoned woe week ago to Inves tigate the lynching of Amer Green, aud the con duct of the Jodge and sheriff la sot providing exit* guards for the prisoner, reported last nigut to the court that they were unauie to ascertain .of any men woo participated la ute lyncning. They aieo exonerated tue judge and tiff. Tbe fotanaa of tae jury was a pruuunent 1 radical democrat. Tke people are i Ckt Cbicaoo, Nov. a?a Utile Bock, Art, special jays: News has reached this dty from Patukuer County of tbe boning to death oC tbe uu?e iitue graadchlidren of T. A OUver. uhver, a very otd man, went lo the Held w pick cotton, and aboruy after his wile Joined him, leaving the three ciui i Is Um nous*. Tbe house waa soose dn B UM bald, with a grove oetwren. Tuey saw a cloud oc mow aacra&af m ute durectiou of ?CBAKUCBI Wl*r BE "E* ULI.CD<M Rli CmiIbi trrlarH M W ? Mtrp la (Ik* Dlr?rll*a of War. TOfciKM, OXT-, Nv)?. K.?TbO ()???? refen to Jlf. nuxaberiAlnl appoint mm11hit moraine, ai.d la a Kroogly worded editorial article aa.vt: "L*n Bnuafc )oura<ii rub their ejraa again and ?u? up to Ibe uecearjliea ot tue situation. Mr. caainber .ai:i must be recalled. There is no ought or abound in im caaa. I h? imperative t? rug u, red and Canadians are entitled k> employ 1L Me DM be nx-a imL Lev the bn.u ? under.t.no tua. tb>1i own inter, eata are bu?-e.vn.aed ou lae reau.l <* tbeltt pcndlug negotiation Paouid tb< commied>iwid (all to react a settleine it, or should the SK-uate Hume as agreement soiliiug can be mure jeruls than Ui.it wax. arrwta* suit satTani asp tu cvirtt sraisa can be tvol Jed only by ureai Britain"* aburd Ming tsiada In a way that win loreevr di^race ate Bntl>n n tine. Dv> Batons know tbat toe uolfd Mates t ongre*a has alreadv p??w\i an aC. to > M oO every sou oi oomuimut excUaugv wi liun nda? l)o they know mat congtvsa nas ur*ed t ue Admlulsiratlob to en.orve tu.t actT Arc they aware mat a *<-ry Urye proportion ot llie Am>'tV do Jnuriiili fcmr.!**)' vituperate the It MJenl because be baa uoi ivaorteu to eialiaiiou; 1>?? they oou>preii>-nd mat ue can have no opuoa but toempioy tue art if tbe ne?-oU iiwo? tali or u tb* agreement be disallowed In m*- > nale? 11 be J ilea employ retaliation, w hat tueu? We d ? n > a t aa alarmists lu dtviartaf tbat a war wuicL Ur.'aC Brit .in baa loug tearra bji* than any oilier p>^au* bie war wul probab.t Oivur. 'luatmdtUril.iugi*! and disgrace tuat t uneaten there la but out way. an. cittaaaaLAiN u rat a>u r?iM that the out.ook la ark. Before ma ap|>oirr ui'-nt It was bi1 .ul enough. It waa tula lit UUU. Ue ?at* torn) euibatraased tue situation. It la yio>car be cause be lias le.iderrd tU> best metuod ot aeitHv lueul difficult to propose or dlaciMk au 1 tie au?e be has uukd? hliusell Uatetul on tul? cciitlueuu Without dlsuucuon on?lu Allien, an* ie-e>,.t ma Insolent attack u,?in those Martr citu.n< ?bo*e loyally rang true by llie u>o?i terrlme ot test* wlien li'inamiii 01 tbou^anJa ot sous (4 UlaU mothers laced death In iiaiue lor llie republic. It, to dseieaa u> louuU suioolu pnybeclea u,Hin tti? hope that Mr. cuainti r.aiu'* pnu. ipiea cm. escape tbe cvinafnueu.-ej. ot the bosliut) thai be uaa arouaKL It i bey do not i?call birn tbey tnk<- Ui? re?pou?.bii,iy .or uitu. If tb^y do not recall bin It la omy because luey are lull of sympathy lor bl 11. Ilia own ra&n Inao.euoe bas brou^ut nun Into trouble, and Ue al^ne auou.d be tbe viciim. eurrlx ll ia bei.er tbat he be made to undergo uis desena tuau mat tbe peace ot bu.iur>\laul miiiiout oC Ea^Usb apeaalniL p<-opi? auuu<d be Jeoparulfed OM WutU OI Uls di^Uil>.' THI.Man IT Dill DlXaniTE. Opinion af the ?l. I nuts fire < Islet M IS lur tasw si (Me terrible l t(ilu,l?a. ST. LOfts. Nov. id.?Juo. Llndaay, cUiet of Uie Ora departui nt, says iv^ardiUK the ei|il<i*lon on 1Mb street yesieiday tuornlut;, by wuilU eifbt persoua wen- killed: "In my oplniou tbe eapionloa wa? not u>U!?l by eituei itw oi s'aao.iue. Neituer ot t tiesn couiu bave d'-UiOlisutsl iu< biili<lliig lu wuicb ll ex piooed aiid au OI tue smirouudlutf bulni.u^i Us way >o>. see at 14tU1 never saw auch a i'. lutnete wmk lu ui> ufe as tbe ooe y-su-tday iuoi uiutr. I was upon tbe scene f,.m iniuutea alter tue ,u:lti wa> *tiu. k, aiid Uie place was Uien aa youbuuil Uh1?j. tatuer uyuaaiite, guupowder or^lum ijowdt'r was wu.it eipl xleU, and no ou* can make me i* .l. ve oi nerwi?e " i ue opinion of a number ot experts fl.<d au.ple prooi ol Kaa or K?soilue. 1 Ue lu('t of tue cxplualu'l biIUkr aiOom pauieu by a li^Ut luulcates in.a. '1 ue teal.mouy ol JUira bleu v ue, iU< grocery cierk, to tue .act utal U? ImAj d and Caucd tbe piuprietor's atU'ttUUIl Ul gas, suppo. is tbe gas theory. IXDIAAS AI.I.UM I D TO KMC APE. Alarm aad IndlKnailsn Over lbs AW It-fad ?ui'lnii'iii ) af ibe Ira ips. Cui< xao, Nov. Z.?.K BuUug's, Mont., spac'.U says: Alter watcUlng tbe luJians lor lhi?e w?*-ta tuenil.ltary allow- i ^ou of tuem to nutke Lbtslr ea. a,? lor parts uuknown last nlgbL ibey ara sUp^ontM Ui Uatc come toward luto ytace, aud OOH> aluCrabie UueaatUeaa Is H a u< le 101 Ute aslcly uC tua people aioug lue leuowstpne aud auo at Juaiilou t'l.y. ibe a> tioua m defiant Indiana about cuultiiis tue oeiiei tuat. ail to uoi rtguu It la nouced 'jal an are w ?u armed aUd uu< tuaae A lOutl slrii^k". Mauy alo^amen Wuo baVecaltlo ou tue le*. ?_Uon are nend-ua out men tor tneir pin.ecUoo. Juai now tUcy ar ui, aud many win eurely be fcliied by tne lutbUient reda> IneclU zutij uere aie greatly Ulceus d to tbink Uiat tu? iuiLauS were a..Oaed to er- a,4' U> maae troubi* Witcii Uiey uilgut Uave been captured. A OTHsa l fwrft U1INU ClKLTMSTaSrr News .i"? juai iv4i.ii a ucie tuai Ijo > -i P^roea bare ari.VeuoutUe cfjw rem.rv.Uuu. .Uey sajr lucy c-me to trade witb tue tiow?,liui tbetr Mature to ae.'l kUo?n b> . ue set tier a. M-u> tu.uA oNW coialuf (UtMUia no good, l-eaia for l ie aaiet/ dMMAiors .uci Awar aa tiuie adiaucea, aiid tuare IS taik Of OrvafiUliiA' for deieuse. SWOK1* BKAkkK cMXalMKu WITH TUB ortKITS. M.fill, Aot. i-iu. fiuaeer /mi apeclal trorn tue crow Agein'y, say a luc Indians report a "o<U Hearer to uati oeeu lu tMe tti? uoi u Moua> ia.n> a.0.Mlay commuuiog wun He- a^irila. no teiis tn. ui ue go<-? lo sunt) Uod Uvea, wuo has a cuiiiaui..n, a wulue in-n, and au ludlan tuere. witu wuicu lo b- giu Mie ?oridoter a?aih aueu all ale fciued IU lU.a War. 1 ue HMM If' jpa liott >>claluuey cam, ed at the agency making tlx cumpaulea Uere. MoakI Lue ludi*u? cuuiUif in lu ie..pouae to t?eu. ttuger'a orders aro si^uawa and ciiiiui em NO klllfBlkl. I> lUKAbO. f he Aulbarilie* Mid ssl Ct|wi1 a Wrtl H wuid be i-rsnivu tbe Aaari bkala. Chicaoo, >ov. me lirst ucwaoi tut oacUlaa Of lue sup.eme court in tue cane of tue aoaivulaM was taaen to tbe couut) Jail by au AtsoUaiaf freaa reporter a few minutes after It bau been re ceived tioiu v\ asiih.^i. ti. Jaiiei y oinum waa leuted lu Uia OQic, limped baca lu bis ? uaiT an J aoouc to light Uls cl*ai. Hlieu tue reporter told iiiui tUc lie*'a ne dcnOcraurly struca a uiatcli, kit U.J Ci?ar, aud aald: "Vteil.il to Jual wual we aa p. cteo." luti* w ere no visitors at tbe Jail Um t;, and all tMttnauaers were lu tueir c*-da w uen tue news ar lived. A note Was sent Up to Bpiea, te.dua liiill ItSk Uievnt U?l been deu.ed, Uia asalug ll ne i.ad any suutiuent to make in regald to lu* matter. Spice Was SIIU..K in Uls Oeu lUalO en gaaed wliu awiie luauua^ript. be lead tue bota auidrettuued It wi u a auori "i bave u Aulng to say." Noue of lue o.uei lueu wouid aay any .mnA eicuer. Aveiytulng la pelt cuy quiet lu aud aiouud ibe jali, ana in lact a-l over tue a dole City. 'Ibe ucOiai ot tue aril waa what Was Uliiverau*ijr eapec.eu Here. Bkilnnr** IkojM-a tar Irrlaat. LokikjS, Nov. it?Mr. Ddifuu. Uas wriltca a letter m w liiiai ue say a ne dOea not UuUlH Ua. J re .aud wiiu lime aud patience w.i. see cue law again iu lUa' poa?iiou ol sUpiemacy llcm WulcU It uUgul ueVe-i Ul Uave Oecu a.iutvcd UJ tali. iUC laaa oC jesioring lue la? ia not an euay Oue, ue aay a, bub ayuipailiy eucour^gea lu>?e engaged upoa lt_ baring .tlencaa Bautlta. GktTtsio.N, lex., .N|V, A apecial from Brownatii,* aays: Aiexiean bandits en ered tua Dum oi ka?vleiiiae Fiorea al Ni.auZat rcucue, ia tiiUaige. oouut>, on tue nigui o| uc.. Jl, audgutud It, taking ever> donai'a worui oi uier.nan.oae. i>c.orc l.avliig ibey uu^lug d tue dool, amaaueil lue wiudovts and Ue.a^ed lue uoUae gcuci-ui/a i ue baudice tuieateucd lu Clean oul Cue o ilnllinia. uy Oeluie UiaUy da> a. The ?elcbatM( t autskrd. Berun, Not. 2.?AU imperial decree hkl ISsned coUYoallig tue re I ou Noteuuer 'J*. Mr. Hail war l?ave? Ireland. Lowdom. Nov. t?Mi. Bai.our, crnei se^ietary for Ire.auii, wuo uaa ia?i n ia Uuodii tor ten day s r** turned to IxiUdoU lo-day. Like aa Ordtaary Prlssacr. HxiirKk, ma CDKunin kxkt w..ackk?, of tn Eina o> coikiv Jail. CUiCIMMXTI, Not. g.?OUortiy alter 1 o'clock this moi Ling ?. L. bai per, of lue la.e t.deiKy ttaua, went lor tue n.sc tm-e luto ..b ordinary ceo lu tua Baminon county yaii and speu. lue nigui tuera like au ordiUaiy p.tooner. lie accepted Uia lot WiUli/Ul COiiik'iainL, aud said he Waa M l.nag IO g<1 luto a cCii or to a uliugeou, as tU< U.oetuuieut sbould cuunu lueiv are luiuors tbat tu< i*..vern tlieUi offlcei a became tearful >Ual ue WoUid eacapS iroiu lue llayiou Jail, and Ulal Ue fa: brougut bece lor g.eater WctiU). lie waa IcnuaiiJ -r raigued upon uia ludieiauenU. lu tbe Luit'kl Mates Court tula UiilTulug. YALLOW FCTEK AT KANrOt-U, PLA.?TWO deaths from ye.iOw lever Uuder auapivluaa drcU.ua.ancea kiohaay 1U banioru, ria., induced lue UUVal County Board o( u.-aiU. to arnu ui. uaut t, a yei. ioa lever expeit, down lueie ou a special train to aaceltaiu Uie .acta aud report tuem. Dr. LlauM reiurue j y caleruay aud made au oiudal i -j>ori to lue boaTU ol Ueailb. iu auicu ne a.i>a: " . n. re is UudOubtediy iooiu ioi grave app.eueusiou under al. lue illcuma.ancea, auu 1 am very allie lue aib UiOii.lea ol OaUiord are so im^ieaaed in legarl to tue matter lueuiaeiVMk" L uder lu?a? CLcuiis stances lue iluVal C ouniy Boa. d of MeaicU baa d?> ciared a iig.u qu^ranuue agaiuat aauiOid. Boat "c okKkHs' Mam laroasiaub?Tlie boarA Of dueclora Ol Uiecuicago ouani of lrids ia>A Uigai decided tbat tegUtai pors couid uercaiter be made lu October and aiarcu aa sen aa iu tue win. u-i montiia. i Uls will maae pork 'Vomers' bera alter uoi poasiuic. A sttdknt Inn raoa La** TtKMA?At New Baven, coau., Jaa. uowmd it nnri^ut. a Vaae aopuouiOre, died aotiday blgul alter au Lda?aa if five a-)a. baat Vt euUeaday oouoilgbt pia>0d laws lennla aud oeciUue oVeTueateu. Me Uued to lake proper Cat? ol biliiseli, auu, becoming cuiued, w as taaen Wlin liiOamin.uon ul the Duwsa. be died lu gf>al agOuy. bonoi lgbl MMl to one ?t ^bS Oiliest auu luoal lubueuOal Isinlibls lb Hn hnow la reported all through tbe wuthveat par. Uou of Virginia. At VvyutertiM It la reportat BtrVcr^i Incite a doep. uidiaud, leader oi Londoet oaemploye: is tfeS reoeu.dctiiousLraUou, AaS bees cxmuuit-ed Oa a cuaige ui ludklug to a brvacb of tue peaOc. At a luee.lug ot eoclauata ueid at M .eai.ua Bob. day, reaoiutaiua were passwl pwHfi .ag -g "i tbe CAecUuon uf tbe claagv auarvuista. 1 wo bliudied and Wl' men, over ball ttte vM number ot anion yob pi inters oc cAiCafo a eat oa acriae yeateiSajr uauruiua lor niar uotua work. Mai In uis|sil it? siaw luat tbtt eubaenpuos to liar IM.IMO.OIIO oregou Mali way aod bav^alioa ft par itai Ouuue waa a ctau^leu- auou. aa, tut outlrs mnouut oOwim by tbe ue akacue ' M,L im imrile be at Be* aao accrued interest, j price. ibe London Standard Mat Advices from tare aayiug tbat Uae Kreoca auiuo'tues yielded in tue Bialter of tue American con^ai'a i quaLur, wiucb aad bees grablaA AftaUa ?