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Th? Er?ung Star Newspaper Compear,
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hMtk OMTWf IO UIU^UIWU "
lE?l*r?l at the I' at office at Uaabiorton D G aa
?aeaarf-cU** mat. matter )
>t- fM' pr?p?*l Hi i muDttia, 50 cent*.
tW AH tuaii a.iharr ptiima ruttat tj* i>aid m ad ranee.
Kw ???!' V>m*r nan la t?ij Xor.
tot ajT.rti-n.^ n.a.j* an ?p ..p application.
Vo,. 71-N? 10,750.
WASHINGTON, D. C? MONDAY. NOVEMBER 7, 1887.
TWO CENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
UnOJAL THEATER
Oae Week. C mmmciM
NOVEMBER 7.
Matinee* Wednesday and Saturday
GREATEST or ALL SPECTACULAR BUR
LEsqcEs,
THE ARABIA!* NIGHTS.
Or. *1?Wonderful l-aui|'.
Br the
IMPERIAL BUBLESQUE CO.
a FREMIiRS AND 30 CORYPHEES.
TRsi Dolls' Quadrille. The Steam Curtain.
*"? Dauec. Tlie Oetnrb** and the Kata.
The Many Wouderful Keatatrt
Jiait Wt?k A H ERNE,
IN HEART* or OAK. n7
^LBAIGH'S uu? OPLRA HOUSE.
? Ooa Week. . MONDAY. IWM and Sat
? NOV. 7. i Matinee*.
"THE FUNNIFHT MAN OF OCR TIMES "
Tbs Droll. the Quaint, the Original, the Comical
FRANK DAMEUi.
la hi* New Comply Triamih.
LITTLE ?:?
Enthaaisstlrally mi|.<rw>l by the publir wb'rtrtr pre
eented latereperard with
BRIGHT NEW SoNGS.
UVELY SEW DANCES.
CHAhMINit .NEW MUSIC.
Si ill KING > t.* COSTUMES.
And Interpreted by a
BRILLIANT CoMPAS* OF COMEDIANS.
V iidor the a tnafement of Mr. W. R. Hayden
Moo,lay, No*. 14? "LBillNIE."by theor^trtna! rom
pbby from the New York Ca nto u7
- RRNAVS WASHINGTON THEATER.
V AdzLiaaivu 1."'. Uo end Mh-. Matluee 10 and
ML * CI.AY'S
COLOSSAL GAIETY COMBINATION.
:u>?lovely ladies?:?<?.
ntirff the ?. <ti'l-?t lialut of I - at'ir-s under the
?nn. Novelty's Crownm* Diadiu.
THE LI111.E DEVILS REV LL:
or. Apollo In Eden
Matmeea Moll . Tue*. Thnr*. and Sat. u"
II ARRJ.v BIJOU THEATER
II MATINEES DAILY.
Incee At ni*ti% -.'5 and ?<* . at Matinees adulta
"IE, }vub? !*? i under 1H years ?.f ?*?, half-price.
Ekciy Attertiovn and NKlit.
CHANERAI
la KIT. THE Ai.KANSAW travfi.fr
FRIDAY SIGHT.
ItUinornsl to
MR. A B ANDERSON.
K
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Neit Week ?MICHAEL STROGOFF n7
ATlONALJOCKEY CLUB
THE FALL MEETING
or nr
NATIONAL JOCKEY CLUB
Will be cocl-nued on
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 8.
IHUESDAY, SOT. 10.
FRIDAY. XQY. 1L ?
SATURDAY. NOV. 151
FIM RACES EACH DAT.
ITBST RACE AT 1 30 O'CLOCK.
F. B. McOCIRE. President,
a D. MrTNTYRE. Secretary. n.V3t*
KV. 1. M BUCKLEY. D.D..
Editor of the New York "Cbnstisn Advocate. and
Author of "The Midnight Sitn. the leer, and
the NihiTiwt," He.
will Lecture on
? PECULIARITIES 1>F u E AT ORATORS."
At Eoundry cnurcn. comer 14th anilG ate. H.W.,
MONDAY. November 7. at n o'clock p m.
Admission. .~d>\ o3B-a.w.tB.f ?>? Bf
T~ HE^CYCLEJUEsTl4<Xi NEW YoKK AVE
Tncyelea. Tsodems. and Sociable* lor rent by the
boar, day or we--a. Ladies. vJ.V. each hoar. #10 i-er
mo Lsrveet a**Ttnirnt in the United Statea. aV3-tim
PAV 'RAMAOF BATTIX OF BI LL RUN.
15th ?t. tw.. I U k< south of Pennsylvania ave.
Del^htfnlhr cooled by uew and complete api?ratus.
t tyeu froui a a nt to 10 p. m J) U
Coming And Going.
OCB ENGLISH OTERCOATS AND OCR CUSTOMS
COAT3 ARE COMING IN AND OOING OCT. CUS
TOMERS ARE COMING IN AND WEARING AWAY
THESE GOODS.
NEVER BEFORE HAS ANY HOUSE IN WASHING
TON DARED TO IMPORT SO MANY OVERCOATS
AND LONDON- MADE SUITS
sues A VARIETY OF STYLES OF LIOHT. ME
DIUM AND HF.AVT WEIGHT OVERCOATS, MADE
IN LONDON. WERE NEVER SHOWN HERE BE
FORE THEN AS TO "KOVELTIES" IN OVER
COATS. MoG EE A CO. OF BELFAST. THE ORIGL
NAL MANUFACTURERS OF ULSTERS. MAKE THE
BEST AND MOST STYLISH DRIVING AND STREET
CL3TERS IN THE WORLD
WE HAVE A LARGE VARIETY OF THESE GOODS.
SOME LIGHT WEIGHT. SOME MEDIUM AND
OTHERS HEAVY.
THE "OCEAN" COAT IS A SPECIAL "NOVELTY "
LOOK AT THESE GOODR IN OUR WEST WIN DOW
AND SEE A FEW OF THE STYLES IN OUR STOCK.
NOT EVKRT ONE WANTS "NOVELTIES." FOR
THMSE who DO NOT. WE HAVE THE QUIET,
ELEGANT ENGLISH GOODS. H ANDSOMELY GOT
TEN UP OUR VARIETY IS LARGE. BUT THE
QUANTITIES or EACH ARE SMALL THUS PRE
VENTING ANT ONE STYLE FROM BECOMING
COMMON.
OUR PRICES FOR THESE IMPORTED OVER
COATS VARY FROM 4K? TO 440.
DON'T FORGET TO LOOK AT OUR OWN GOODS'
THET ARE AS riNE AS ARE MADE. AND OCR
VARIETY IS LARGE. PRICES OF" OUR OWN
GOODS FROM *!'JTOtCO.
IT WLLL PAY YOU TO LOOK AT THFM.
r. R. BAT.NUM k on.
W? 9P.1 PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE.
*t from 13 50.
mt* at witMd fr^fu $-V
ja\m at $4 Tf>. wliicul Iroui $ 1.
Ciriat Success.
THE GREAT REDUCTION SALE AT
OAK HALL
COR 10TH AND r STREETS.
tm b a luiotaa that ?? ?Uail coo tin ua tba
?mi ts*r a* tLcr w?*k.
FOR HOYS 4 TO 1 \
H i:ta or Otrrr?aU
Sulta or uten-i
"> ita or o*en-<jata a. *-? .... .. .
Suite or I !rr^4U at ??1. raducrd fr-.tu ?<v
Salt* or Utm>v>u m |7 M radtn *d from ? 10.
IOR BOYS 14 TO IS |
Haifa or Ovorriala at M .>0. r?<lu.'ed fR>ra |(l
auitaor 0*ar oataat 4 j reducwl fMn *7.
s uta or uvemato at #7 .s?. iniaal from f 10.
?Miita or oranxata at radn.-??t from 413.
Suttaor overtt ate at I10.M. redu<?<l from 415.
FOR MEN AND YOUTHS.
We ran abow a? fln? a line ae any in the city at prlcea
(OArantewl -.*> per <-ent below ttioaa Uf any other buuae
A aoud WorkMtf suit at 4?..V>.
Au All- Wool Wt.it at ??. worth 413.
A pure WnKil C>rtacrva suit, Mark or Frock, at
410. < aain*-t be aiat. hnd in the. ity UBder 4l.'?
A aplendid line uf Pnta-e All<ert Suits froui $15 np.
Blark fer-adrlo h Hmtaat 41S. wortii 43H
A Una Tailor Milt salt at 4V\!.oO, aa ko.*1 aa any
auit mad-- to imKr .
im?I aabatantisi orerraata at ItL.'iO. 4T.
41* 7*>, yenuiiie banr>ina
A 6?eChin. hUla OverroM at 41350. worth 418
A a; lendid Chu ohiUa Sartout at 41X worth 4-.V
Fib* Vuiitaarna. Caim kllla Oren-oat at 420. worth
440.
It la impoaaibte to enumerate e*ery ttrnjr In thia ad
? rtiaeuient. w?u tlv refore.?tieerfull) unw the ?ooda?
obetbar you pun baar or not
ooakk h h a l l
O o AA K K M H AA I. L
<> O A A KK H H 11 A A I. I.
O O AAA K K JJ H AAA L L _
OOAAK.lt H H A A LLLL 1.1 J J. _
b.? tx?a TENTH AND F STS.
-Portable Orates,
BRAES ANDIRONS. FENDERS.
And all the minUtaa for the artiatA- treatmaot of tha
Exquisite Porcelains for mantel orba
CbuU-e exan.plea of Royal Woroeater. Doultoo
and other calebratad pottariea. Artiauc Brunaaa.
br " **" HATVARD * HUTCMINSOS.
4S4 Mb atraat.
SPECIAL NOTICES.
THOMAS <J. HENsEY. REAL KaTATE
and Insurance Airent. has removed to hla
new quarter* l'K6 F st. n.w. n.Vlm
. _ DR. hidden, catarrh. thhoat, and
Lull* Sjs-ct list. at Willard'a, -oondays,
Wedii<-s*iJ s. and Fridays. 12 to 4 p. m. Free ; ou?ul
Utiou. lto(?reoc?i. o'Jt>-om
New Flannels And Blankets.
HEATON PhKR >.
(Succesor to P*rrt t Bkothitk.)
OFNTTVF. ENFIELD WHITE AND SCARLET
SHRUNK SHAKER FLAN5FLU,BOXH PLAIN AND
1 W I i.LKD RANGING FROM 40c TO *1 PER
BALLAKDVALE ALL-WOOL DOMET AND SILK
WARP FLANNELS RANGING FROM 25c. TO
? 1 4i5 PER YARD.
SEW PLAip._Sli.IPKD AND_ PLAIN COLORED
WHITNEY ALL-WOOL BLANKETS. ALL SIZES
AN1> QUALITIES AT LOWES J PitlCEs.
immense assortment of white and gray
BLANKETS RAV.ING FROM *2TO*5PER PAIR.
NOVELTIES IN COLORED VIENNA BLANKETS.
NEW BED COMFORTS RANGING EKOM *1.25 TO
NEW MARSEILLES, ALLENDALE AND CROCHET
OLTLTS EKOM *1 TO *4? ?
FI LI. LINES OF BLEACHED AND BROWN IRISH
AND GERM A.S TABLE LINENS RANGING FROM
4U. lO *2 PER YARD. ..
?IonN s. UUO.VN & SON'S' IRISH LINEN DAMASK
TABLECLOI H3. ALL WIDTHS AND LENUlHs,
WITH NAPKINs ALL SIZES TO MATCH.
NEW GERMAN LI*EN DAMA>K NAPKINS AND
D iVI IES KROM *1 TO > -M PER DOZEN
IRISH AND MERMAN HUCK AND DAUAsK LINEN
TOWELS FROM ?*! 50 TO *15 PEli DOZEN
BELGIAN RED LINENS ALL WIDTHS AND yCAL
lilES. ?
8 4 WIDE TABLE CANTON AT 7.?c. AND $1.
"SPECIAL RAMHIN ' IN 1H 4 W IDE NEW iORE
MiLLS BLEACHED SHr.ETING AT 2.>c. PEL
t^"ALi. domestics at 1.0west quotations.
6#"PLAIN FIGURES AND (MltREl T PRICES.
SEATON PERRV,
perr> Baildinir.
Pennsylvania ave., cor. Dtli st.
Futebhahed 1H40.
Oreat Sale Of Dry Gtoods
Now in progress at
l.EHREND'S BALTIMORE STORE,
90S Seventh st. n.w.
We are closin* out two Department* at a irreat Mcnflce.
CASSI MERES AND CLOTHS
and
CLOAKS AND GARMENTS OF EVERY KIND.
We are compelled to close tbem oat. We have no room
lor them. Have you*
Great Mark-Down In Above Department*. A Feaat of
Bargains First-Coners have the I hoice
5-HOOK FOSTER PATENT KID GLOVES, in Tana
and Black, at 7:tc.. former price. *L2>>.
IOO Pair Strictly Ail-Wool _ 12-4 BLANKETS at
$5.:>0; Mil everywhere lor 49 50. The reason why.
They are slitfbtly soiled.
One Lot of 50 dozen STRIPED SOCKS, uaual price,
3 pair for ?1. tro at 2Uc. per p?lr
Full regular BRITISH SOC KS, 17c.; were "J5c.
PLAID.
STRIPED AND PLAIN VELVETS, that were #1;
now 67 c.
?iner Grade that sold for #1.25, *0 at 84c.
beautiful LINE OF DRESS GOODS. SILKS,
AND cashmeres.
TOWELS, LINEN GOODS, COMFOI.TS, BLANKETS.
domestics. FLANNELS, Sc.. 4c.
We have made price* on every line of irood*. Won
d^riul bargains.lo the attention ol customer** is
tU"t''d BEHBEND'S baltimore STORE.
n5-3t ??8 7-h st.n.w.
Xo Close Business.
Our lease will expire in a few days and the stock must
Therefore we have made still GREATER REDl C
TIONS In our entire stock, and il you need any
thing in our line it will pay you to call.
We have a complete line of BLACK GOODS yet on *3le
and at gTeatly reduced price*.
Our line of PLAIN and BROCVDED SILKS, in all j
color*, have been reduced to .Vic. on the dollar
Also some very desirable BROCADES ill Black al a
?treat sacrifice.
We have yet lett in stock a line of PLAIN and BKO
CADED VELVETS, which we have reduced In
price to make tbem ready sale for those want- j
nut anything in that 11n?
Our itovk of COLORED DRESS GOODS has many ie- I
sirable tlnntrs left. both plain and fancy, and a>
u llitnr pr cec
Only a few blankets left on sale.
Our HOSIERY Stock is ttr.-atly reduced, still we have
soine iroods left. Come and see them.
Our LINEN alock la very much reduced, but there are
a >f?od many Isnyains there.
Id fact. If you want anythia v in tho Dry Goods line
and want to save money you can do so by buy
ing m the uext few days of
8. L HEMPSTONE.
SOU Pennsylvania Avenue.
Goods marked in Plain Figure*. ?ep2-3iii_
Comfortable 1? rices.
WHY SHOULD YOU HESITATE TO PREPARE
FOR THE COLD BLASTS OF WINTER WHEN YOU
CAN PROCURE A SUIT OR OVERCOAT OF SUCII
EXCELLENCE IN EVERY particular AS YOC
wil l. FIND IN LOOKING OVER THE STOCK OF
THE GOLDEN EAGLE?#S. *10. $12. ?15. *18. AND
SO ON UP TO *40. GOODS AT THESE PRICES
ABE HERE IN OUR HOUSE AND MARKED IN
PLAIN FIGURES. AND NOT AN INDIFFERENTLY
MADE OR TRIMMED GARMENT AMONG THEM.
UNLIKE THE GREAT SHOWMAN'S VERSION.
OURS IS NOT THE GREATEST AND ONLY HOUSE
OF ITS KIND ON EARTH. BUT WE POSSESS
CANDOR ENOUGH To SA* THAT THE GOODS
WF SELL ABE SECOND To NONE IN AMERICA;
OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN OTHERS CHARGE
FOR THE SAME CLASS OF GOODS.
YOUR BOYS. FROM 4 TO 14 \ EARS, CAN BE
SUPPLIED IN SUITS AND OVERCOATS FROM
THE laboest assortment we ever had
these C.OODS START IN PRICE FROM *2.50.
sot A GARMENT IN our HOUSE WHICH 18 NOT
RELIABLE.
the YOUNG M AN. FROM 14 TO 18 YEARS. IS
CORDIALLY INVITED TO look OVER ocr
STYLES AND PRICES. WE FEF.L confident
HE cas BE PLEASED IN our HOUSE IN EITHER
A SUIT OR overcoat.
the GOLDEN EAGLE CLOTHING CX.
n4-*o NO. 400 7th ST. N.W_ cor. D.
Fire Escapes And Stand Pipes.
V>. bC'OTT CHEW. Manufacturer.
In format ion riven and estimate* furnished.
^Oftce-Rooui 1I>. Cotcoran Buihliutr. oft-lm-lp*
TA M A K A laxative rcfrettuuir*
Iruit loieiure,
?rry a*rt cable to take for
rOXHTIPATION.
ltcmorrhoi<lB. Wle,
INDIES Iom of a^i>etite. *aatnc and
intestinal tr??uolea, and
lu iula? };?? ariaiUK
fn?m tlieui.
K. OH1LLOK,
O K I L L O N line Kaiubiiteiit, Paria.
o!7-Iaw3iu Sold by ail iJmKylwta.
31 me J. P, Palmer.
1107 F STREET northwest.
importer.
Announce* her Third Importation of
FOREIGN NOVELTIES.
Comprising the latest confection* In GOLD and
BLACK BONNETS. In FELT and PASSEMEN
TERIE HATS and COSTUME BONNETS.
All from the first house* of London and Parts.
TOQUES FOB costumes A SPECIALTY.
A SUPERIOR assortment OF ELEOABT
o'-f-'- lin mourning.
T. WALKER'S SONS. 204 10TH ST. N.W.
? Parchment Paper, Mortsr Colon, Charcoal. Lima,
Portland and K. Top C?*iMUta. Be,
Telephone ?ItJ-Li
SPECIAL NOTICES.
NATIONAL CAPITAL DIKECTOKY.
Office. 1417 F Street Northwest
A complete and thorough canvans of the District of
Colombia is now ?>ro?rreHaimr. and will include every
resident. th?*ir occupation and sddre**.
A laree circulation of th?* I>i rectory is already as
sured thmutfh order* received fruin every Department
of the United St*ten Gove. :<w*nC the United States
Capital and the business community. i
Am an advertising medium it will be unexcelled.
THE BOOK WILL BE KKADY FOR DELIVERY
JANUAKV I.
^ Rates for Advertising;
One pare including book
One-lialf pa*e 15, 44 "
Qnr-ituartei peri 0, " *"
Names incited in lanre type. $1
Subscription to Directory o
Special contracts made for marginal pair? advertise
ment*.
The hook will be neatly bound in a substantial black
cover, suitable for a library, and will not b- dutnrured
by advertise ment? on the back, side* or uiarg-iu.
S-md in your orders at once,
WILLIAM DICKSON.
Puolinher,
nt-lm 1417 F Street Northweet
WILHELMfCLUB CONCERTS.
JOSE* KA>PAR. Couductor, i
Many novelties for S1KINO ORCHESTRA. I)is- I
tinruisbed Solo Artists. First Concert SATURDAY
EVENING. DECEMBER 10. Season Tickets, three
Couceits. t**aUHferaoi', $1. No rtimrle tickets Hold,
j Circulars and applications at leading Music Stores.
1 n7-12t
% MEETING IS CALLED IN THE IN- j
tere*t oi retail grocery and liquor dealers of
tne District in regard to tli?* wcpanition of glOetrici
tro.u liquor. m EdrP* Hall, cor. 8tli and K sts. u.w.,
KoVMUwr 0, at 8 o'clock |UB. n. -lit"
rf ALL DF/MO< RATIO VOTERS FOR IOI
VsS mtville diaMet.ii Maryland, will aa?H at j
Maryland Democratic Association, 410 lOih st. and
Navy-yard sat*-. ?' h. IIANOUM,
It Sec. Democratic Association.
rf - - 1 HE SEl'OND LKC f I*REOF THE SERIES
5v!?, ol the Orik-inof the Church of England, in .
? uttst Church Chapel. O street m. ?*., between titli and |
7m, by the rector, the Rev. O. F. Williams ou WED
NESDAY EV KN1.NU at 7:30 o'clcciL Subject: "The
i'lrat Inirn-siou of a Foreign Ecclesiastical Power into
the Domain ol the British Church, opposed and repu
diated." n7-;tt*
NO ilCE TO M A ST E ITpL U MBEK S.?A LL
tho^-e who do not recognize the Board and
most; who fuilcd to pass tne ao-called examination wiii
meet ar hdei's liall on TUESDAY, November 8, at
? WftM. It*
TH E AM ERICA N 1E LEPHON E~ COM
pany. 14*J0 F at. n.w., has yet tor sale a liin
aed amount of pieierred capital stock, lajanu* six i*t
rent dividend per annum on the lace value, payable
semi-auiuiaily. hr?t dividend payaoie July 1, 1S8S.
lhis stock is now ai*se?sjble anu will be sold at forty
per cent of j ar value. Suttic lent teiepunues are alreeiy
unier contract to pay a dividend on twice tne amount
ci preferred stock to be issued. All net earning* of
the company go to the dividend fund. All construc
tion woik is paid from ihe proceeds of the stock sold.
All earnings of the Company over paying tnedivideuds
on the pieierred stock go to the hem lit of common
stock. Prrirered cert incites are redeemable in goid st
the expiration ot ten years at their lace vatue. Ihe
j company ha^ aiao a hmiteJ amount ot common stock
yei lor *ale at twenty per cent of th par value. 1 his
will be sold in amounts from ti\e snares upward. Ihe
pieierred certificates win be sold in amounts ol $.>00
and multiples thereof, which at forty per c? nt o* par
vaiue require* a cash payment oi e'^OU per cert nca e.
All persons who deaiie a sate aud protitaole inv atment
are mvited to call and investigate these securities.
AMERICAN iELhiHONECO.
n5-6t CHAS. A. JUAXW ElL. secreiary. _
UFE INSURANCE SOLICITORS.
Special work for a jrl-class company. Only
genutrineu oi good address and business experience,
w to references, lieea apply to LIFE INSURANCE.
City P. O^, Box J8o. m>-^f
,g PALACE ORGANS?BEAUTIFUL TONE
and handsome cases, raciory prices and
easy payments. F ii. a^iITH,
ii.?-tjr 121 FennaylTanie ati
^^hhADBURY PI AN < ?s--sn\ EE IL.-sT TON F.D
Piano m?di. i>eautiiul cases. Fwtory
prices Easy terms. f. O. 8MI1H,
a5mt 1225 Pennsylvania tie.
Tfll PIEDMONT AIR LINE WILL tftRLL
Round-trip licket 4 to points in Virginia at
excuiHion rai son the .~>th, bill. 7tn aud 8th instants,
K o<j to reuira until i?tu, inciusive. i his wiii attor.1
Voters an opi-ortunity oi de^?ositing thea baiiois aud
si eudin# sun .ay at iioine. n4-;it
" ^ FIRST PA i :?i EJST I4TH 1HHI ?.
NOVKllBiK. 1KST.
EQUITABI.E
CO-OPERATIVE BI ILDISO ASSOCIATION.
"EUUITABLE BUILDING," 100:t F st.
ASSETS 48113^.IS.
Stib*. rii'tiuD Vjowks nre <>i? a for a issue of utor k
(the itilj . -nn-cnv .li.iid .i>nl ttic lirst ijayiiHiit
Uitrt-uli iviiVL-il it Uii' utti i' '.I la. AKMH'Ltlioii.
Kqintaiiir Bnlluiui;, IOo:< i ?t -*h?re-> ur? pci
ji." uu..
i anii'hlct* the ijvjwt iml udvintif* of
tlie -Muca: .<>ii ut lura.stuil n|ioii application.
Oflh e ho ? sfiolu 9 a. In. to 4 >10 p. in. i >u tli<> flr*t
\SVdllt ^iU> *11 **in*ll in'? ll h tlif >'tliL'r feill b?* ftH'li llAJlll
lltoH^'Lluckp. ui. Aavaiu ch \Mi: t?e ...tui* promptly
at T oVlocii. ThullAh SuMKKV I'ics't.
JNu lnV MMOK.Moy n4-:<in
i;w-0"fwf;x rii:iH issve ok st<h-k
lhr.->I KIAI. SAVINGS AND Bt.lLDINO ASSOCIA
TION luwU W?liNt)MiAi, i'tti iuntant, at HI.") ?tn st
n.w . T oV'lotk p m. Muarv^ >? 1 enoh. J'ays ?? j*r rfnt
? u withdruw.il. 3t . :i,?> he (lilnt-riU-.i for at any
tun - at ihe office ot the txxretary and 1 r*?aurer, 141*!
t,U "' BOBEi'.T O CAMPRE1.I, President,
.".IT llitu st. u.w.
JSO. A. PRI8COTT, Swretary aud Tn-a.,urer,
uU-dul 141t> 1 st. u w._
~ ran UAH " M STORES,
PORCELAIN ORNAMENTS.
We have ? Ui*e a.-s..rtmeut of Hojal Worceater,
Crown Derby. Saiony. aud Hunirarian ware.
S. f . hHF.DD ft BRO.
n3 433 9th at. n.w.
i. R HOPKINS,
WATt HM AKKR AND JEWELER,
HAS REMOVED TO
nS-tit* i:i04 F at. n.w.
j*- ?Ss'oTt -lAilLS RADCLUFE ANNOUNCES
the removal of his medical office and oxygen
laboratory to 710 14th at n.W o8-lm#
SPECIAL BARGAINS I~N MEN'S FALL !
, _ UN1>LR\SEAR, 1H?SIERY, and <?LOVES. i
! at P7T HALL'S, !?08 F st. n.w.
Shirt a to ..Mier ol4-3m
' SERIAL SAVINGS AND BLTLDINtt j
, association.
NEW ISM L Oh STOCK.
M01H SEUILS.
The first meeting for the pigment of dues. $1 per
share, will lie held in the AsMH iation's Hall, No. ?1
7th st. n.w.,om?. Patent Ofhce, \\K1>NESI>AY EVEN
1 NO. November W. 1887, at 7 o'clock. This usso^ istion
has met with great success, and is paving U per cent
iutereat to withdrawing memliers. 11 advances a maxi
mum of elhOououc share of sto? k, rm;uiring but a
monthly payment of *^0 for the use of 41,SOO. No
hack dues to pay. Shares 41 each. Subscription* to
stock may be .uadeat auy time b -fore the meetiug. at
the office of the Secretary and Treasurer. Hl?> F at.
n.w.. where all information vtiil Is* cheerfully given
and eoimtitution* in pamphlet lorm furnished.
ROBERT ii * AMPBEIJj. President
^ "?17 10th st. n.w.
JNO. A. I'RKSCOTT. Sec retary and Treasurer, No.
1416 ? el n.w. o1U4M
df OFFICE'ok THE COMMlbSlONEilS OF I
i?^5^ THE DISTUH'l OF COl.l .MlJlA. Wahh
iNiiToM, October 15. 18S7.
Deeming it condusi ve to the public interests to open
a highwa> from the present terminus of Michigan ave.
in a uor?.Leu*terly direction, alonir the northern Ihuiu
darj of the Olenwood Cemetery land to the Junction
of Ha re wood and Bu ker Hill roads, the Commission
ers ol tht* District of Columbia have had tlie s?dd route
duly surveyed and a plat thereof prepared aud filed in
this office.
In compliance with the requirements of law, notice ,
is hereby riven . f the proposed opening ami extension
of the highway aforesaid, and all i*ersons who have ob
jections to present thereto are called upon to attend at
the office of the Commissioners at 11 o'clock a. m. on
the;?thdayof November, 1887, at which time the
Commissioners will give hearing to ail parties inter
ested. By order of the < omuusxiouers of the District
of Columois W. B. WhBB, President of the Boa rd of
t'? >iu!:jjs*i( tiers D. i\ o20-2aw3w
REMOVAL THEINDt'STRIALSAVINGS I
PCS AND LOAN ASSoClA'i ION has removed to
its new uuarteis at F st. n.w. JOHN H. SOULJL
Pres. THOMAS O. HENSEY, Se< reU,y. o31-lm
DR. V. 8^^>risT.
Uaa removed hut office and residence to
oll'lui* 9091 at n.w.
SIEBEL k OWES,
TAILORS,
Corner New York ave. aud 10th ,t_
Fsmt-elara (jarnienta at ream .able prices.
_ _ alO-Stn
R H OOLOSHOUOI OH k CO.,
eO-T- , j K<?1 Eatate, 140.. F at.
Real Estate boncht and sold. Loans affected. Id*
aurance placed. Investments iua>le. Special atten
tion to the collection ot rents and management of Real
Frois-rUea. R. H. OOi.DSBOROTOU * CO.,
?lMlu 1405 F street.
UNITED STATES BONDS ON HAND.
FOR SALE tilt PURCHASED AT BEST
MARKET KAl c.S.
ALL REGULAR INVESTMENT SECURITIES
DEALT IN.
FOREIGN AMD DOM Em 1IC EXCHANGE.
ol'J-lm LEWIS JOHNSON ft Co., Banker*.
8 ^-, FIRE INSURANCE
uTinental Fire Ins. Co., N. T., Capital...$1,000,000 I
Hanover Fire In*. Co.. N. Y., ?? ....1.000000
Orient * ire Iua. Co^ Hartford, 14 I.UUO.OOO
liir*r l Eire lijit. Co. Hnladclj.hla (an old anil favora
t>l) Lnuwu institution, and a larce owner of rMl
i kta te in tliia ci lv.)
District of C'oluuinia Representative.
W. CLARENCE DUVALU
Real Extate and Fire Iusuran<A
WS F at. n,W.
Hone ?. Stocks, Household Furniture, Faiuiljr Wear
inv Apparel. Libraries. ?c , lnsurwd at the lowest ratal,
si 4-yic
OAS-FIXTURES.
LARGEST STOCK. LOW PRICKS.
MW AMliiioN'S. NEW FENDERS.
E F. BROOKS,
?nlS ft31 15th st.. Corcoran Bnildln#.
Jko. W. CuaisiK. Jxo. W. Macabtmkt,
Member N.l. Stock E*.
CORSON k MACARTNEY,
GLOVER BUILDING. 1410 F ST. K.
Bankers and Dealer, in Uov.nuneot Bonda.
Deposits. Xifhautre Loans. Collections
Railroad H lucks and Bonda. sod all sec art tie. lilted
on the Exchange* of N.w York, Ptilladalphla, Boaton,
and Baltimo ?l?iwht and w>Id.
A .jwclaltjr made ot IuvMtment SecuntlM. District
Bonds aud all Local Railroad. Gaa, Insurance, and Tel
ephone Mock donlt in.
t nwrt?n Ball I^ephona stock bowrkt and .old jyli
Washington News and Gossip.
Pages 3 and 4 or to-day's Stab contain: The
story of the two young men who say they were
kidnapped by oyster pirates. The elections to-mor
row, The outlook In Ohio, Bombs in IJngg's cell.
The killing of Sword Bearer, Fighting oil cholera,
Dr. McGlynn's attack on cardinal Gibbons, Tele
graphic Dispatches, Ac. The advertisements are
classified as follows: Auction Sales, Ladles' Goods,
Housefurnlshlngs. Medical, Educatlonai,Dentlstry,
Specialties, Pianos and Organs, Family Supplies,
Professional, Attorneys, Railroads, Potomac River
Boats, Ocean Steamers, Books, Sewing Machines.
Government Receipts To-day.?Internal reve
nue, $73.".,589; customs, yfrtfl.401.
Mas. Cleveland is in Philadelphia, the guest
of Mrs. Charles Wood, wife of the pastor of the
First Presbyterian church, Germantown. Yester
day morning she attended divine service at the
Rev. Mr. Wood's church, which was b autlfully
decorated with chrysanthemums In honor of the
distinguished guest. Rev. Mr. Wood was formerly
pastor of a Presbyterian church at Buffalo wnere
Mayor Cleveland worshiped, and, still later, was
pastor of a church at Albany where Gov. Cleve
land iiad a sitting. The Philadelphia Prett of to
day says that the program for to-day Is a drive for
Mrs. Folsoin and Mrs. Cleveland on Messrs. Chas.
W. Henry's and Samuel Houston's four-in-hand
coach, on their return they will take dinner at
the Crows' Nest, Mr. 11. 11. Houston's mansion at
chestnut Hill. The evening will probably be spent
at Mr. W'XkI's In receiving a few friends. Mrs.
Cleveland and Mrs. FoLsotu will return to Wash
ington to-morrow.
Admiral Leer.?It is again reported that Admi
ral Luce will relinquish the command of the
North Atlantic squadron and will be placed in
charge of the Naval War College at Newport.
Acting secretary Harmony salj this morning,
however, that the Navy Department knew noth
ing of the reported cnarge, and mat there was no
reason lor thinking It would lake place, as the
inaiter was nnaliy settled between Secretary
Wuliney and Admiral Luce sometime ago.
At the White House.?secretary Bayard and
Internal Revenue commissioner MUler saw the
President to-day.
The New Pension; Building.?Gen. M. C. Meigs,
the supervising arcultect and engineer of the Pen
sion building, In his report to the Secretary of the
Interior oi the work done during the month of
october in the completion of the building, states
that ihe two lower overhead rail tracks for the
eleva ed ranroad to be used In transporting papers
have been completed, and some progress has been
made with the lourt h or upper rail. 1'ne two auc
tion sail s of old material realized $7:18.10, Which
has been turned Into the Lulled stales Treasury.
Tnere have been transierred to the Library Com
iuls?lon a steam holsilng engine, ladders and other
looisior bunding in ^.ood condition. Their origi
nal cost wad ?l,0)i7..>3.
Lieutenant W. H. Emort, who has been ordered
to examination for promotion, will not come to
Washington, but will be examined on the Paciflc
coast beiore he proceeds to Alaskan waters in the
Thetis.
The Monitor Passaic.?Capt. Chas. S. Norton,
Naval constructor iltchborn, and chief Engineer
Inch, of the board of inspection and survey, have
Inspected the monitor Passaic, at the Naval
Academy, auu recoil that she requires repairs to
cosi ,1 j.uoo, Tne monitor will be placed in dry
dock ui once.
Internal Revenue Appointments.?'The Secre
tary of the Treasury nas appointed AlfredN. Prof
lit storekeeper and g.iuger for ine 5m North Caro
lina district, and Asa P. Simpson gauger for the
SW Ken.ucky district.
Postal Receipts and Expenditures.?Daniel
McConvilIe, Auditor of the Treasury for the post
office Department, in Ids annual report, says that
tne receipts or the Department for tiienscal year
ended June :k). is*;, wer..-*48.8:17,<joo, ana ti.e ex
penditures $.Yj,.iM,ii77. hxcesn or ex|ieuditures
over all reveuues, ?t,554,tlt>8. The excess of ex
penditures over ail ivvcuues in 188?l was |U,ti7tl, I3<).
Newfoundland's Fisheries Representative.?
Jas. -i. Winter, attorney-general oi Newfoundland,
lias been appointed representative of ihe coiony in
the fisheries commission wmcii Is to meei In this
eky. A si. Jonu's, N. li., special to the New York
Hurbl saj->: He has hign legitl ntlfiininents, and
!.?> wen lnioruicd on all uiatiers connected wltu our
Ilslicrles and commerce. His appointment gives
general satisfaction.
Secretary Wiiitney Improving.?The New Tork
Hrratrf lo-day says: Secretary Whitney continues
to Improve and his entire recovery is now looked
for shortly. Notwithstanding the favorable ap
pearuuee of his case, however, Dr. Loomis still con
siders ll necessary to complete ihe month of rest
originally arranged for; so It is not probatne that
Mr. Whitney will return to Washington betore
Dwember i.
Cases of Local Interest in the C. S. Supreme
Court.?in tne l\ a supreme Court to-day in the
ease of the United States against Mullen, a lieu ten
ant-commander in the Navy, the decree of the
couri of Claims was affirmed. The case Involved
the right of the naval oincer to longevity pay, and
the court of Claims decided in favor ot the officer.
In the case ol Alien, wno whs a paymaster, the Su
preme court affirmed the decree of the Court ot
claims as to an allowance oi $1,11:2.75 longevity
pay, but reversed the decree as to another allow
ance oi f.'ou on account of longevity pay. In tne
case of I m.ed states ex ret Mcl.eau against Vilas,
Postmaster-General, the motion to advance Was
granted.
Personal.?Ex-soUcltor-General John Goodeot
Virginia, and Hon. George Baber of this city, will,
by invitation, address a mass meeting at Rich
mond this evening. H. M. Ewing of Washington
was in Chicago on Saturday. George k. Rem
ington of Philadelphia, and S. J. Carr of Baltimore
are at the National.?-Charles Stlne of New York,
and Martin Frank of Philadelphia are at the Me
tropolitan.?Mr. J. H. Slsson, accompanied by his
two daughters, of Ml. Shasta, Cat, Is .visiting Ills
cousin, .ur. W. W. Meicalr, 1531 Vermont avenue,
for a few days. Mrs. Edw. M. Green and family
of Savannah, Nelson Zabuskle of New York, Chas.
11. Tyson of Brooklyn, James cox of Grand KapkLs,
C. 1). Manstleld of the Navy, und John C. cauwell
of the Revenue Marine are at the Kbbitt. Sec
ond controller Butler nas gone to Massachusetts.
Collector A. J. scebery of Chicago, and Thos.
Hastings of New York are at the ArllngtoiL J.
M. Killug of Philadelphia, J. W. Taylor of London,
aud W. A. Jenner of New York are at Wormley's.
?-J. Beavor Webb of New York Is at Welcker's.
W. P. Otfclsby of Pnilailelphls, D. B. Dewey of
Chicago, ana K. N. Washburn of springheld are at
theKiggs.?M. I), crow of Colorado, W. T. Black
well ot Durham, N.C., and Chas. Mayer of Cincin
nati are at Wiilard's.
A ( untul Appointed.
The President to-day appointed Frank D. Hill,
of Minnesot a, to be United States consul at Asun
cion, Paraguay. This Is the fourth appointment
to th.s post by President Cleveland. It Is not a
very desirable post on account of the climate and
small salary, and a short term ot office is generally
sufficient. .
Tiie Crow Indian Trouble Ended.
AN OFFICIAL DISPATCH FROM GEN. RUGER ABOUT TBS
SKIRMISH IN WHICH SWORD BEARER WAS KILLED.
Gen. Terry telegraphs the Adjutant-General,
from Chic igo, November o, as follows: "Follow
ing dispatch Just received from Gen. Ruger, dated
Crow Agency, Montana, November 5: 'Demanded
the surrender ot refractory Crows to-day from
chiefs; they did not deliver them In the time fixed
on; attempted arrests and smart skirmish fol
lowed. The prlnc pal offender, sword Bearer, was
killed, and three others of his following. Some
parties escaped, but will probably come in. Nearly
all who were originally at the agency are Id and
are very submissive. One corporal killed; ten pri
vates wounded; behavior ot troops was excel
lent.' "
The Sew miliary Poet.
PI.ANS FOR THE BUILDINGS ON THE FORT RILUT,
KANSAS, RESERVATION.
Capt. Geo. K. Pond, of the Quartermaster's De
partment, this morning presented to Gen. Sheri
dan for consideration extensive plans for the pro
poscd cavalry and artillery post at Fort Riley,
Kansas, and they wero at once approved. The
mint ary reservation at Fort Riley is the largest,
so fur as available territory Is concerned, in the
country, and it is proposed to station there a
whole regiment of cavalry and five batteries of light
artillery. The reservation consists ot 31,000 acres
and is nearly ten miles in length, and of irregular
shape. The artillery will have an unbounded
field for practice, as nearly the entire field Is a
level plain. The post will be commanded by Gen.
J. W. Forsyth, ot the 4th cavalry, and CoL WU
ilston, of the 3d artillery, will be in command of
the artillery to be stationed there. The cavalry
portion otthe post Is separated from the artillery
by a narrow ravine, up one side of which a branch
of the Kansas Paciflc Railroad will be run. Several
other railroads are accessible, so that troops can
be dispatched In any direction from Fort BUey
better than from any other post. Besides supplies
are cheaper here than any place else. The plana
approved by Gen. Sheridan to-day contemplate
laying out the cavalry and artillery barracks and
otner buildings at such aa angle to each other
that the quarters ot the commanding officer will
be located midway between the two dlvlslooaof
the pout. Thirty-six officers' quarters will be
erected fronting on aa avenue extending toward
the cavalry barracks, which will be so located as
to' give an admirable parade ground for the
cavalry. In the rear will he the itsbles. The
artillery buildings will be ready for occupancy
next fall. It Is expected that Congress wul ap
propriate additional funds f?r prosecuting the
work on the baUdiaga,
THK SK?r YORK rOSTEST.
Cenural Intere?t in the- Rnult of tbe
Election To-ui?rr?i?.
m 0N ? 'RMIMOTUl CONTEST?ME AS
criko the stbbnoth or parties?what ex-hep
RBSKNTATIVE STEVENS SATS.
The approaching elertion in New York In excit
ing a deep interest her*. The bearing the result
' ^.tVrD \ PresldenU*1 contest next year
i lends to It an Importance it otherwise would hot
have. This contest is generally looked upon as a
measure of the strength of the various discordant
ESTST*.""19 al,0ff?tlier a great deal of
doubt as t? what that measurement will show.
7h?e?ni?f ?f r0Urse'the tDlnKlhat excites
hf l^mocrats. if that should turn
oat to be haW as large as the labor leaders claim
for it It would bea serious thing forthe democrats
JhPproUlt)ltlon vote and Internal
differences on the other side. The fact that the
democrats Mr11Ke"0^ and that the
naUoSte?f? u^ S,'I?erallv conceded that the
^ the ft5nhMn?S h,lake? Anders It all-Important
they an? aoinu?3 ? succ^ " ther ca". aDd
crats claJm that' tS; ?m Jpni?
N.'jiriv niii ,T,.vo,..they will win.
vlceat wL>hn^?,^rkPrs ,n the Government ser
coMkterab?^nu ,?J.v ?a?e K?ne home to vot.-, and
InJirm for t h' i Uas. h^'u collected In Wash
S^veSa. or v? - v a ilralKn- Ex-Bepresentative
h^ab h ' "^Pressed the opinion to a
certalnlybe?N^?1y,t,1:t ,Ue df>mocr?l* would
1 was ,u New York fat
there' 1 w.^i 'na? . have talked with the folks
"o^So matorUv ? * surPn^ ? fellows gut
votetor^vii^i! i>, Kr?ar Ula"i republicans will
Vh^Pulitzerrtp,i ? i*,ls a general revolt against
cans are 0 & dem?crats and republi
cation." to permitting Pulitzer to boss the
he^^bUHV d,d 1101 borne to vote, as
UD too much or hi 1? rep0rl- and 11 would take
X,^e. re. rv ^ me 1? BO to Casanovla. As
cferk \^uiminv Solicitor Mccue, Chlff
vate secre ?m J.'rallaU1> Mr- Falrchlld's prl
restoTthe\iw v .VJ**at lUe P?lls. an,? a" the
Src irone nr o k democrats In the Treasury
murrow^s eieciiun B??n ^""^t, to vote at io
A FIRE o\ KEVE.Vru STREET.
A Conflagration at Julius Untburgh'i
Alteuded by l.ively Scetu-h
At noon to-day a Are broke out on the top floor
of the building, ai5 7th street northwest, occupied
by Julius Lansburgli as a lurniture and carpet
warehouse. 1 he Are made an awful smoke, caused
tnucii excitement, and resulted In serious damage
to the stock of goods in the building. The floor
where the lire originated was the fourth floor, and
it was used as a cabinet-makers' and upholsterers
Mop. l here were half a dozen men at work In the
shop.
ACHOSS THE BRIDUK.
?nils floor was connected, by means of an Iron
bridge lo or -JO feet long, with the upper floor of
fl^rwuicn lS un'n UK' fron,luK00 D street. This
h u thrown into one compartment,
Wa& reined by Mr. LaustHirgh anil was u^ed as a
On'uoiw/sterv auze,u >ouuK women were employed
on upa jist<.rj s'>>u>. i ut- ouly m>'ans oi access to
bru^^Jt^ W"rkr00m w*? 0> "Jeans ot tne
bnage, as tne stairway nud been ilooreu over. The
ure seems to have started In a mie
ot shavings underneatu a workbench. None of
LowTst^'t ? |WU'?m il !,TAH reporter talked knew
now it staitid. luey heard tne roar ot flames.
Tne ioremau^Mr 8W<VP1Ilg aluI? the n"?r'
A > ! ' ' t^cnsenrelter, rusned down tne
stairs to the street and gave the alarm. Mcan
un f.S^Ulei01 lu'J mcu tneJ to "tf'it tne flauies
vJrv ,.|IUui"ul tlle slUu?-e. wnlcu was
veiy irnok, drove i.ie.ii out.
HOW THK OIKLH WERK 8AVEH.
The girls on tne upper floor oi the Polklnhorn
building seemed to be caught in a trap, and there
was much exelteuient. j. ji. O'Connor, one of me
employes, called to the printers ut work on the
lluor neiow, und tne printers men came gallantly
in tue rescue, iniee oi ihe maldeus were let
?<?'1V^?OVer.lU''. OrlUge and caugui in the arms of
printers siandiii^ on me bridge oeiow. utner
pinners went up tu<' abandoned stairway, and
knocking a hole In the floor that naa ue.-n laid
?< n&s me opening, re.-cued the remaining gnls In
lau.ng iiiein down uiiuugn tne hO:C. ,U., .N. r_
> uwni, a dein.tiu.iu connected wlui the e,tao
HnttutjK, ha*! iiit^iiWliUe lurued In an alarm oi
nrt, and me Ilir uepaj-Uueut was soon at work.
THE DAUaUB DONE BV THE PIKJL
The flames, wuich had nurtied and charred the
floor for a consid.rable distance, were aoon ex
tinguishML 1 he celling of the tuird floor Just be
low broke In. and tue water poured down upon the
plush lurniture stored tuere, doing consideiabie
dauiage. Tuere was considerable excitement dur
ing the lire In tue upper floors or adjoining bulid
lng?, where uiany people are employed, iir. l.aua
ourt-h said, after tue Are, mat ne was unable to
estimate his damage until be had loosed over
hut stock. Tue water did the chief
damage. lie said his stock was well Insured,
l he origin of the are was not explained this uiter
noon. i nere wasgasoline stove on the floor
when the me broke out. It was suited, but It was
not llguted. Policeman Cross, wno was the flrst to
go upstairs afier tue alarm Was given, staitsi that
ne trod on t wo or turee matcues on tne upper step.
Betting on tbe Klrrlien*.
NOT MUCH OOtNO ON HKKE? BVKN ON NEW TORK
COCNT* AND THE VIROINIA IJHilSLATl'RE?OOIIS ON
MAHVLANll.
There is not much betting in Washington on the
result of the pending elections unless it is very
quietly conducted, some money has been put up
on New York state, and at democratic headquar
ters to-day several persons expressed themselves
as willing to bet that the democrats carry New
York County. The lietiing Is even. Democratic
offers as to Vlrglula are even money thnt the de.
inocraLs carry the legislature, without any specifi
cation as to majority. As ut Maryland tin- demo
crats are willing to give odds of $100 to $T.",.
Democratic Adnrn from Virgiuia.
ALL fAVOKABLK TO THEIK CAUSE?HOPINO TO CAHRT
RICHMOND ANI? THK LKIilSLATl'KK TOO.
At the headquarters of the Virginia Democratic
Association this aiternoon a stak reiwrterwas
told that the information received from the state
favored the democracy, "of course," said the
gentleman in charge, "we are not likely to receive
"ut one side, but our information Is in such detail
and from such sources as to convince us thai we
will carry the state. We have been uneasy about
Richmond, but the latest news from there Is re
assuring, and we believe we win carry t he city.
But we can carry the legislature even wltn Klch
niond against us."
Horwe* and Jockeys.
THE CLOSING EVENTS LAST WEEK AT ITT OtTT.
The week s racing at Ivy city closed Saturday
with several good races. Telle Doe added to her
laurels by winning two races, one within an hour
the other. There was a good deal of dissatisfac
tion at one or two of the starts. This was particu
larly the case as to the race won by Patrocles, and
Starter Caldwell was severely criticised. It was
charged that he let Patrocles off in front far
enough to give him the race.
In the fourth race, the second event of the day
won by Telle Doe, Olenmound came second. Ban
ner Bearer third. ^
The last race, a three-quarter dash, was won by
valiant; Bronzomarte second, Frankle B third.
Time. 1 :l?Vi. Mutuels paid (lu.ixx.
?KTrf^u5.f.'.1.Il^0?.ttiree out of his four mounts of
tao day, putting his score of winning mounts for
a*fal,Ilst 107 foroarnsoti, and
.^ViS *cLauK&1n at the head of winning
country. Garrison has gone home
with all his horses and will not ride again this
? 5?^ nemorrhageof the lungsTast week
and was advised to seek rest.
thb BACKS THIS WEEK.
The executive committee of the National Jockey
Club will meet to-day to prepare the program for
the races for Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and
?**t. As hitherto stated in The Star,
there will be five races each day for purses of >400.
?.af "Kit .k*"11 the 8ame order as those of
last week, but there will probably be several
^'1.1hurdle races. AH except two or
tnree oi tne stables have remained here to take
?a[tJ" ^ racing, and i here seems to be no doubt
?amson'9 Worses und Morris' liave
ISrtng lnere t"? Ptonty left to furnish good
JJ?i^?.?av*J?e<aae(1 10 tssue new tiadges for
hIILt!?'.?81118 understood that some
ot old badges have passed into t?niia for
which they were not intended.
?- Kinian. Foxhall
B_fn?be?1ement of tsi.47. Dr.
Bennon, No. 1214 8th street northwest, reports
anAjfP?j?rp8urycitl ln8truments and ioh
Bu?.dy' Nq- 1814 E street north
froui ^ wife's dress, hanging
^o?*8 J. Ridgely, Na 216 ad
M7Tn/^ort ^L>Tep?rt8 8toleu *>y a sneak thief a
^ i aiM1* ???>nie J. Hllbus,
ibv tSm reports that while paas
ot l*th and N streets, Saturday
afternoon, a negro snatched from her a
pocket book containing 11.50 and a gold ring.
j0*"? acott and Ella Jones; Wm, ynr?mi? and
M"! *?llto E. OUvtr; Jos.
^"TM^Sd Mmar:
t**
Ml'RK OF lEIEATIXU KJtHOM;
VkM KrprnmtBlltr Wilton Say* ?(
the Virgiala Cutsm.
Jleprosentatire Wilson, of West Virginia, who
bus Ixvn speaking throughout Virginia fur the
aomocrats, is in the city to-day. He will leave for
Charleston, s. C., to-morrow, where he has some
business to attend to. He say s that the democrats
an* going to Drat Mahnne in Virginia. Wherever
h-has been, Mr. Wilson says, the democrats are
enthusiastic and confident of having a majority
In both branches of the legislature. They have
made a close canvas*of the Mate and have figure*
that give them confidence, lie has no doubt hlm
Belf of the success of the democrats.
THE WATKH-ntl* TAX.
An Opinion fcy Attorney Riddle.
The District Commissioners have received from
Attorney liiddle a communication in which he
says:
"I am in receipt of a bundle of cases burdened
with the water-main tax?a special assessment?
and these turning upon the question. Must the as
sessment be made within thirty days from the
completion of a given work and immediate notice
given to the property-owners? I had Indorsed one
or two cases where cancellation of a tax was
claimed for laches by the District In these respects,
with adverse recommendations. These I And In
the present lot, an indication that a more thorough
treatment of the question lsdeslred. Substantially
this question arose in McDonald vs. LlltleDcld. and
the Oeneral Term divided It against my view.
That was an assessment for the improvement of
streets under the 37th section, act 01 February ai,
and the act of August 10,1N71."
Tills act Mr. Kiddle quotes also, the act of the
legislative assembly of August 10, 1871, and says:
"Now, the claim was, and so the court decided,
that within ten days of this apportionment to a
given lot. not Ice must be given to the owner, or
the lot escapes Its portion of the burden. This
not ice wit hln t he ten days is a condition pns-edent,
falling which, the lot is exempt; that while a law
exempting property Is strict ty construed to pre
vent an exemption, the law is liberally construed
to work an exemption everywhere else. It Is said
tula provision of assessment and notice Is manda
tory aud must be strictly compiled with. Why Is
It mandatoiy? How are we to know a mandatory
provision? I know or nothing more wavering and
uncertain than the line dividing tulugs mandatory
and things directory, in statutes, courts seem to
hold tnelii one or the ot her, as they Incline to one
or the otuer side of doubtful canes. There are
abundance ot authorities, but hone lays down *
rule of easy application to all cases."
After quoting certain autuurltles Mr. Kiddle con
tinues:
"luder these authorities we may say that all of
the provisions ol the law which may ue claimed to
protect the rights of the taxpayer must Decom
piled with by tue municipality. 1 Ills Is theruie.
i.ooK now io section three of the ait of August 10
tor its application. Tue owner Is to have notice
within ten days, niter which thirty <lay?, lor pay
ment. Killing mat, a certificate of indebtedness
Isaacs. This cerilllcale alone hears Interest, aud
It Is this alone which attaches a lien to the lot, so
that U Is tor the interest ol the owner? first, mat
the notice should never be given; second, mat If
ever given it should l? after the longest possible
deiay, for unlll given hisproperty is free Irotu
Hen; he Owes no debt, and no interest can accrue
o.i what he does not owe. I have the utmost re
spect, tor the supreme Court of the District, but I
si HI persist that the irWIihW referred to are tor
the protection or the District, aud n it for the pio
tecUou oi real est ate on ncrs. They are hot man
datory out directory?advisory.
''The act of Marcu :i, lw>;t, authorized the late
corporation to mutes properly aouillag a street,
having a water-main, lor a lax, to be paid by lu
Siaiuients. Indtfr iuls act tue corporation ot
VI .tsii.ugi.on levied seven-eights ot a cent ou abut
ting properly, to be co.lifted by the water regts
tr.u in live equal Instalments. Notice ol assess
ment is not provided tor. Tins suosiautlally re
mained tue law till me act of Juue iU, 167.1. by tue
Dim net legislature."
section o of this acrin reference to notices Is
quoted and tue opinion sitys:
"Notice perform* ihe saiue ofllce here as in t he
act of August 10,1871. it Is by notice only that
the assessment attaches, ana men U may oe
doubted whether It becomes a lien. The nrst in
stalment cannot nor can any Instalment become
due, save by i he potent touch or notice. Jt is lor
the Interest of tue District and all oilier tax-pav
ers, save him who Would escape, that ihis notice
should be promptly given, as the l*v directs. K
is loi tue lulSSest of the jMvperiy owfler tnat It be
delayed?never given. It n my nptnmo tlisi uw
District does not lose its right to charge property
by reason ot a demy in making an assessment and
giving notice, where owuersulp Is not changed
meantime.
"iue essential things for the protection of the
Intended tai payer and which he can insist upon
are: The malu must be laid according to law. The
actual honest cost ascertained, mis must oe
Justly apportioned to all the property legally
cuargeabie. The assessment must be made as tue
law directs, lie must have notice. All these.
Vet whether this JUst assessment, and actual
notice, are wit uln thirty days or thirty months, so
loug as no shadow ot liability can be piojected
upon nlmor his property till the last act is accom
plished, is of the least leal moment.
"I miuK, however, thai where work has been
completed and abutting proi>eriy sold after a lapse
or the statutory time wituout notice, or on certltl
cate or the collector of no water tax, the purchaser
would ta*e It lice. The District loses. 1 do not
see any very direct provision of law anywhere
that a wster tax becomes a lien, or that property
can be sold for its non-payment. All that stvuis
to oe matter of Inference?Implication, though I
have not very diligently inquired or tuat point; It
Is now only Incidentally in sight. This might be
supplied by au ordinance of the Commissioners,
uuuer cnapter VIII, Kevlsed statutes, D. C. knowl
edge that tue District Is laying u malu In from of
his property cannot excuse a lack of the statutory
notlcc to tue owner. He Is to have notice ot an
assessment on It, and t his. In-fore any UabUlty at
f at-lies, as stated above. 1 cei i alnly should not re
luud a tax voluntarily paid by an owuer who was
such wneu the malu was laid, alter laches
in assessment aud notice by the District.
A tax paid by a purchaser without notice, or who
purchased under a cerilllcale of no water tax, 1
would refund, and to such :i purchaser who paid
under a t hreat or having me water cut off, ir such
a case there be, the tax should ne repaid. I should
not refund to au owner who paid under such a
threat w here his claim rested soieiy on the grouud
that he Hill not get Immediate notice, even though
the assessment wen- not rnude wn.uu thirty
weeks after completion of a given work, i uese
rulings dispose of the present batch of cases whlch
you will liud inclosed with my decision t.jtcd oh
each.
"1 confess to a uilld surprise when a pro|>erty
owuer?a man or stauuing?whose property has
been enhanced by a water-main, whose safety,
healt h, and hourly comfort, wlih that of his family,
are secured by a constant supply or good water,
and whose neighbors have paid their portion of
the cost, wao yet clamors, goes to law, to escape
his Ju>t proportion o( this cost, because a tired
clerk or an overworked chief of division, for some
reason, did not assess his property wltnln thirty
days and'immediately notify the owner!' When
the supreme court of me United states decides
that his property cannot be held i shall acquiesce,
whatever 1 may think of the decision. I trust I
have placed this matter wituln the apprehension
ot the commissioners. " _
District (Government Attain.
run STtNtvnp* commission.
The Are-escape commission report to the District
Commissioner* to-day that they have examined
the stand-pipe valves that have been submitted to
tnem. They report adversely to the valves sub
mltted by C. C. Lancaster and E. F. Klggs, and
state as their reasons that they do not think it ad
visable to use any valve on a stand-pipe that Is to
be connected directly with and form a part of the
main pipe. "To use a valve," the report says,
?'that shuts off communication with a portion ot
the stand-pip* and leave it to become overheated
(with or without water In it), would be an experi
ment that might be attended with serious resuita."
Tue report has been approved by the commis
sioners.
SCHOOL BCtLDIHOS COMPLmtD.
The contractors who have been erecting the new
school buildings oil Vermont avenue northwest
and u street southeast report to the commissioners
that they have been completed, and ask that the
buildings be Inspected and accepted at an early
date.
llts Moratt COCld do Xotbina With Hi*.?
George Decker, a small boy, was before the Police
Court to-day on the charge of stealing an iron
eagle and a lantern from the steam launch Little
Nell. The boy's mother said she could do not hlng
with the boy because he was so bad, and asked
that he be sent to the Ketonn School. The Judge
granted her request.
An Am ttJLT with a Potato.?Mrs. Winifred
Kelly appeared in the Police Court this morning
and chaiged a small colored boy with striking her
with a potaux The Utile boy denied the charge
and said It was a case of mistaken ?entity. He
said that Mrs. Kelly knocked him down and beat
him for nothing. The Judge thought he had been
sufficiently punished and took his personal bonds.
8nrr to m Orahd Jrar.?Tom Sutton, a brick
layer,- was arraigned in the Police Court this
morning charged with second offense of petit lar
ceny, it being alleged that be stole a bwmim
bucket and a stone jar, the property of James R.
Wood, who Urea at the corner of 4 w street mad
Maine avenue. Tks case was sent to the grand
Jury; bonds$500.
Basi BiixirrO Hotntxi Barons a Lavtbl?Jaa.
O'Kourke the ball player, was made an attorney
aulaw and a member ot the Connecticut Wat
New Haven Saturday. He graduated at the Tale
Law school last Jaae, but hts engagements with
the New York nine kept him away from New Ha
ven at the time the other members of am class
were sworn la tor the superior court. When ha
ceasss to play bail he expects to pracUoslawia
Telegrams to The Star.
ANARCHIST EHSEL TOOK LAUDANUM
Tie Discorerjr of Lima's Bombs Follows.
ENGLAND JOINS THE ALLIANCE
HOME BULE LOSES A GOOD IBIEKD
Predicting Democratic Success in New York
THE OlTLOOKn new vork.
EhcdM
?f the Urmocrailr NtMc Ttrkei
?fwial Dupatcb to the Tar Ivimau Htab
lb4nv, jj. v., Nov. 7?Indications point to a
wit ^?rT>W ?f about 1.OJ0.000 met m i he
Mate. The U*bt vote In the oountry bU? fair IO
almost entirely offset bv the n,a?y v**m xew
t?? Th"111 Bn>>klyn* ,>r""K'" by local eon
, ? pruulbulon vou> *10 reach .10.000, but
will Include more democrat* than tisusl. The
!^!.U 8UU un0er,ju??. It will probably
not exceed in the whole sut-' the ox,000 votes cast
1 mi?ear , New Yorfc Through the
r^nohM ,Ktalt'" ,lraw "> "??' ratio of -
republicans to a democrats, The result in the
0'0!', bUl ind,,''iUon3 to the
a???s?5
the state lboulaitbk.
?' tmrly"lWo ?"?hl>era will be close,
n<>t ex^1 to do more thai!
" ~ ? Tbe Onnces favor the election of eighteen
republican senators. The assembly will be repub
lican by a reduced majority. The democratic leiris
B?^^SVf -n.ru^^JeTt^
sonal iiL m Association and the "per
Sre ui^r! *?!?* .y' mttde of ^rmans wbodo.
a. _ ^Q?*ltt of a law permitiin^ Uie vale r?r
two rt? *'lne? on Sunday aiter uoona, j &??se
two forces wilt contribute to the sireiuon of
ca!fvo!!SVor8iihU'i Ucket-11,111 tn** <Tm*n republl
N> w Vork1 r"?T<XTaUr State ticket out.ideof
frailfl * 111 U1"rM than Offset the derno
Vork. on lUe ?**?? yote outside of Sow
THE VIRVIma CAMPAIC.*!.
Tfce AeMr* Work All Donr and Each
p*r,r ( onfident of Virtar 1.
Special Dispatch to The Evenwo Stab.
Va- Nov. 7.?Alexandria has long
been the headquarters of the Virginia democracy
while the real ueadquarters of the republican, baa
ELItZFV*"* ?" ?ffioPof llje democratic
State central committee is la the upper room* of
""^nKton Hall, on King street, near the only
comp eted portion of Mount Vernon avenue, now
tailed Washington street. Tnere, for several
months. th? executive committee has be-n in daily
session, and there the entire central committee
has, from time to time, come from dim-rent por
tions of the ..ommonwealih to consult and plan for
pa j success. The active management has been
in the hands of Hon. Jno. s. Barbour, chairman?
D p,"ld">U)n- assistjnt
rr?i^ B. Gordon. ni'-mtxr of t be extn u
?a >lr. J.' k Tthim^o * h?
' n an active aiu 10 tue commit its? \ n.11 to me
5Sr??r ^ows that now lu^ne
miun win ?**? doue. The corn
L-enc^n.?,. session to advise in su lden emer
? mh . <X)UIi 1 ?r tlle *?tate la over arid irreaf
Mff-aarSfS^^SSS
swssSSS^ssaKsssas
KoS?n ^ on,vl"llf ltls senators are to
In^el^oTtv'?^ express entire conHdence
" ? majority on Joint baUot
jrSSSS15^ ^cebU?{
?>??- ?? Barbour
?>REVV OEEPLV HURT.
Hto "^'WWlea Re^aiM a. Crrtala
? ** " "?ncaadal Hl*?ra <*ver.
SMr-al Cable Dispatch to T?e Kvkniko Stab
Lokoon, Nov. 7.?President (irevy, there is rea
son to believe, la goin* to resign an soon a* the
scandal blows over. He has been hit v*ry bard by
inclined to oacE ig^pguUStttfZAr
mmsrirvi inpnRTAn rove.
> a(lao4't Eat ( a?t la with the AUU
aac* mi (he~<>atral Pearn.
Special C able Dtawtch to The Evninio Stab.
I.ondo.v, Nov. 7.?Lord Salisbury has given In his
adhesion to the new triple alliance, though not
without Important reservations. What those res.
erv ations are remains a secret, so well kept that
some of the best informed diplomatic circles in
Europe can only guess at them, on the whole
Salisbury Is Judged to have wviired mnat of the
^ime'ti!fSr.orhim' new '"omblnation and at the
|um< time to have guanled himself airalnsi ?
most serious of its risks. That 1hem-w ? ^1
M .UrW" Howwi 'he Important i?*i bJf"
*?h n kain!!kv;i' n"il ll ahadoweii
ionu in Kalnok} s speech?that Fn^iuivt ?,?L.
i^oUUMwm ^tTTS
< ntriii powers In all diplomatic <nnf rover^i.-v ,,t
the future. Probably nSting Utoan
EORD LA^NDOWWm SWrEIMR.
it In Saw taU l^m Ntaualcf, aff I
will t uue to Canada.
Special Cable Dupat, h Io|Tbe Evexiho Stab
k''V' r -Lor(l Stanley, of Preston, Is
Mid to be about to exchange the presidency of the
hoard of trade for the goy^,r^D^bl' ^
Canada. If so. Lord Salisbury must expect to lie
told that he has put a dull man into one of the
mo? important positions in the empire, in reali
!m ?e ttPP"'D' ment wouid not be a bad
o*J?-. ^t?nle> Is not a great poiltli lan, and ne\cr
will bp, but he is a lil&hly respeotable ciin an?i
or *xyvr otien
be tnisted not toeinhroii himself with oartiis nr
persoiw, and generally to make a hl^hfy "vi, u
able llKurehead, and perhaps something man-.
I.ORD WOLVERTOV8 BEATH.
,c '? * 9mwmm Blow ta the Ukrnu
^ar,lr ^nd (a Vladstaae Partlrularli
Special Cable DUtwtch to Tbb Evrxrao Stab.
London, Not. ..?Lord Wolverton's sudden death
to a severe blow to the liberal party in general and
Particular. Wolverton waa some
thing more than U?e chief purse of the home-rule
pSSJfon ofdS^nJl?^^?r (il^u,ne *"? lh*
ro-!r ? "'e. and made him perhaoa the tuo^t
leaded."lite viSt^we"^"11? amol? 'He liberal
2im!L?wealth waa at the dispoaalot
the hem tUKl 90,11 w,Te f'"u?ed in
ca^eTfVhiikK m(Mt <* Gladstone's whips, he
* strong affection for his chief.
p?t aversion was < 'hi>fT[h?ri^ip
By Associated Preen.
VartHalla Mllllaa Tawaid iha ?!?<?
fmddSmv'atNS^?,h.~Bw^ wolverton, who dM
frteS nf waa a staun< h
1?tl csuse. He donated XI00,000
?e expenses of home rule candidates in
the parliamentary election or imml and had fre
quently intimated since that he wouM a
one next 8*>ner?1 HecUon. X waa
one of Mr. < judst one s closest friends. The /w*.
rnan m JmtrnnL of Dublin, speaks In hlrh nralat? of
Wa services in Leiialf of IreuuML
AIbmm Weal sa tbe
-^??CAOO, NOV. 7.?A Racine, WIk, special aars
? schooner commeroe,of Chicago, struck Racine
reef last night and came near gaiaa to the bottom
8Ue te loaded with :w,000 buabeis of oats for sarnla.
*5?? ?** *>tR six feet of water In
ner hold, and aunk. 1 be:cargo te about oaa-tiilnl
damaged and is insured. 1 he vessel la also in.
sured for (10,00a
C alkalies ;
Dattok, Ohio, Not. 7.?Trouble haa develoo?yl
ere In Macred Heart church over tbe reuren^nt
by Archbishop Elder of Father McDavttt, who ha*
? --1? PaasionR*Fathers'moaaMerfin
Pittsburg. Father Flnnert y was rn t| to the
congregation and a petition at prou? agalasc the
?Mop. Several members of the church <
tee haw 1?* * ?
EMCEL TOOK I.II BIM q.
AIir?plr4 RakM* ?? mm> af Ok* Aa
?rrktaU lr><? m tlM Dtx???T) ?? ih?
D| ?Mail* ???>! H?w iNr M*aki
wore Bnft-rd laM tkr Jail.
cairMO, Sot. ".?Sot tbe least wn*it?k'?
phw of the bomb discovert* that It can* ?bout
mun the tad that Ananhlst Uwj* Ilig*l At
tempted suicide Saturday night by tat in* an
ounce at laudanum. About 1120 ?Vk" 1 Bmll
ZiWber. who is on the nig tit death-waldi. pa.ws-1
KngeiAceu *nd waa ai iracted by |m*?? cominf
from witaln. OB stopping lo inquire tbe causa, be
found Lngel bp-siuing beavily and lying prostrata
on ills bacA. He cao<sl him by naina, but received
bo answer. and on opening the cell door d^-oveeea
< that tbe man was unoousclotia and -uffenog rnnu
the effects at some stupefying an if ?.ner n?
lx.-i.tr 1 attempts to awake tbe sleeping u an. 7!<??
ner became aUmii'l aud decided to caI in l>*.
t.my frwrn the iumw <At\l. l?r oray was w
for immediately. <>u going lo Lngel's oell Uie uoo
tor mob discovered tUat
kmoal w?h ?rniKi?o rnoa rorsos
Ills eyes were dilated and rvill?l spa ->tn idlcalt\
Pr tiray at once i-oinroeiiced active work on his
pa.lent. Aa aoon aa Kogei catue to Ma eraae* to
raved And cursed M being disturbed IB L ? sleep.
And Aakisl the reaam of hi* l>e.ug awaAened. he
protected tbat he had only drank a lltu? whisky,
an 1 was all right. His condition and sut wsjueut
events showed that Knge, w is dci.l* ralety lying.
Ant thAt In the fAoe oC death. tic a as at on<t*
foliVd to I Age ettiett.-s, And kept const ant I) ?aU
liik' for an hour, until all u?v -r had pa-- l Kroa*
tun time >>u the surveii.ance o\? r him was u.>. r?
taxed lor an instant.
TUt skaBCH or THK OTWCA itlif
The attempted suicide of ?ngel W w uat I' d M
t h; search ot tUe cells in tbe morning. Itsidw
lb* discovery of explosives among tne ? ffe is 4
1.1'igg there was found In Kugvl's o il ILe u.tt *?
troui which he bad I .keu tbe laudanum. It m m
concealed In t he urttiaL Tbnv or four dtviw of
laudanum still n-uodu.-d in the bottle, Aiid Lngei
was eoufronb-d altn the evidence of bis intend-s|
suicide. Me ontlny-d to deny, but at lAst sud
denly Admit ted t Is- truth ot lite Accusation. He
had preferred death by his owu band. h< said, lo
any carrylrig >ut oi a senten<* under tlie law.
Kn^el stubburnly refusal t?) disclose how beO
laiued the p'tson. The lottle a0ord? no di e,
and. like Lin.s' ^ dy naiult<% the sour.f ot l*u
potaou is a mystery.
Boa- ruk hours acrc naniiium.
The acueine io furnisU Lluav ?ltu the houiha
wiiii li were dlscnered in ni? cell yratr dAy waa
e> ldently CAl>-fuilj tli'>uKlit out t>y some of his hi.
partners in orlutc on the outside. ral <la)s
?V" a laDcy aoap box was brought to the )alL a id
Just now in the hcai of tiir eKiio ne nt tit" oCfclnto
say they cannot remember who di iu rcd it. 1 u ???
may Auoa who It ?as. tml if ihey <lo m y
will not say ?o until llcy li?\e umde aooie ar
rrsia. 1 he t?A waa A ham lies* i.mAliia' alT.dr
and It w as handlist t>j t lie deputy In I lie IsiUifh
manner Jail officials usuall) do titosi tlilu. s.
A haaty e\aiiilnattou disclosed the tai-t
that to All AppearaiHx-.s II rotilatn'sl iioth.OK Bum
than a few aeUcaciitt lor wbii h such sucu a "hu
man tl(fer' as l.lmnr l as an apis-ille. Had ttio
police and deputies anowu that Urn we v itomba
ly lug Around loo*- in such cioms pro\iu.ity mey
would not hA*e felt bu easy, but they actviu ig
norance of any danger and they * ? ulJ proliatuy
have continued m> had it not been tor tl>e raid >ii
liugg's celL it waa then that Uie ins giiin ani
looking soap bos ?a* found to have a laise UK.
torn, aud It was underneath it t hat tbe (our bombs
had been smuggled into the jail.
TB1XE8 UAOO MKANT TO BUIW rr Tilt Jilt.
In regard to yesterday A discovery ol bombs la
the county lall and Llugtc, Jud^i- i.ary said <ml
cernlng the latter: "He is generally looked u|hiu as
the most desperate ot the coudeuined men, and un
doubudly he intended lo li u? up tin liul.ding ?ti i
kill as many people aa pooflbie. lh' fa. t thai he
had aimed himself wlih four ot tin-dc idly *?'?
Bus would aeem lo Indicate that he a a- deterui
?d to do as much damage as be i-ouhL i supiasv
this will tend to alarm the people and will cm?i?
A most decided sensation. 1 ?m n't worrying o'i-i
mypr -;? - I exjH-ct to ine awniie anylu a.
one of uiy lady neighbom is afraid her wiudoa*
will be broken when my house is blown up. 1
feel sorry tor her and snail try to hold down iu>
house in order to nave her windows. I hale to
have tny friend sutler on ai) account."
"W'nai effect will this be UAi-i) to have on the
future of the cAse?"
"I *111 not speak on thAt subject."
In regard to the statement published in some of
the pais-rs thAt he would soon give tne public the
betietll ot his views ou the Appeal for i leuieti y ,
Judge Gary said that lie had not inform'd any ? mo
thai such was his intention. "There are certain
features of this Case oil a Inch 1 will not apeaA,"
he said, "and that Is one of ilicm."
OrtKIXNO AGAINST ATTKMPTBD AS-i nt.
Mayor Ko< he and Mjerin Mainon.s|s-nt some n,y&
slderable time last evening ? laminlugUie a ludoaa
and doors ot the criminal I'ourt building, and as a
result of tbelr Investigation the out<Me iroa shut
ters aere ordcivd closed and harn-t 1 he heavy
Iron doors At the Mi hlgAu stm t entruuis- w-r-j
closed and securely fastened * lib stia> kl'-s hjdI
every precaution taken to preclude the |**>slbllll.v
of an outside attack. Peremptory orders a -m
given to allow no one inside ibe bulldlug e\oe|rt
lug upon A written order Issued by I he sl.rritT. Tb?!
piuice guard was redoubled, and each watch k*
tended three hours.
KNOWM'BO AS A roue* C0NSPTAA T.
Ntw > oka, Nov. 7.?11 e leadli.A 'upl.- of con
versation among tbe anarchist te *ra ih this iiiy
to-day a as the report ot the rinding of he bonitst
in the ceil ot the ? undemn- d anaicnlsi J ngg. AH
, ot the leaders agreed that 11 was a job put up !?>
tbe police, and a hen talking aiwut it I bey grew
i greAtiy excited. Herr Most was seen at his omce.
He denounced the pod' aa cutthroats, ihievea
I and murderers, and claimed thai they had plax4
I tbe bomb* in Llngg a cell (or Uie purpose ot
inQuenciug public upuJon against Uk coBdtauiMl
men.
A committee nm?seotlng tbe different labor so
cletles alii leave b'-re to-night for ? Li ?/? lor 'ha
purpose 'X pleading wilh our. uglesby lo spara
liie condemned men.
roRisr iikin i> rat: went.
rifhiiBc Oar bmI Kifhi
ftavs tbeir TkreAiea?4 Man a.
Ceicauo, Not. 7.?A special from c .iaiVatyn,
ni., re porta heavy Ores lb the timber two or thr*?
miles U) the aoutb of the town. These Ores bavw
been sweeping through the fallen leaves And dry
underbrush for two days, and noiwitnstAh<1:iig
the people in the lmmedlAie neighborhood are out
in fori- fighting the tiam>-s by burning and pi a -
lng Around th' in, they are Hull raging witu as
much fury as e\er. Ifeporta fnmi lnon i, a sn ail
town u-n mi lee southeast, say thAi d'-atru ti.a
fires hAve Also Isvn playing thereabout and si*
yet burning. No estimate of the damage can U*
fllUllH
FIGHTING HARD TO RATI TBEIR BOVML
Vihobnsbs, 1 si*., Nov. 7.?Ileslnicuve fure-t
Ores have been raging for three days:*', mil*-*
aoutb of town, at Ha/ieU>n and Uecker. Kern**
and Umber wen- At the mercy of tbe Oamea. 1 he
people fought the fires all night FrldAy to sav?
their boines. Thousands of dollAra dAing-- a as
done, aim the flr-s aere not subdued until > <*ster.
day. The drought made t he woods an * *ay prey
to the Oarues, aud for a time It Aeelil?d as if the
desiruciion of tin- hom<-? of many people a a*
lininlneut. A large amount of heavy Ui.iber aaa
destroyed.
THK nr* IS VISIKI.K Timoroa TUR SKOAK.
rHK'AOO, Nov. 7.?A t'ebt ralla. 111., sl?- ial Sjysj
Forest flres are raging in the timber and prulre ?
in \ arlous sections of this couuly and the sar.
rounding country. A dense cloud of sui<?e cufli
pleteiy obscuring the sun's rays hiwered over tnia
Vl 'lulty yesterday, ai. l ma!.) ?It..?"i'' !'i
the inorniug almost st I fled and their .bouses Qlie-1
with smoke. Several mclplent Ores thai sprung
up among tbe wewds and dry leaves sc.itiere.t
alioul the town have ts-en put out. 1 he waut
supply Is very limited And the Illinois Central
ItalirOAd has to run trains for several mile* to get
a supply sufficient to keep their shops rubnlbg.
NEUROEKTHHKtTKKUl Till TOW X
AO EipiBBBilaa of the Bloody Affair
at PaiierMBillle, l.a.
New i iri.eans, Nov. 7.?A special to the ISmrt.
/Vmorror from Patten*invtllesays? Thlstown wafl
profoundly quiet yesterday, many ot th?- iK*Toe-<,
who fonn the majority of the population. bAvlng
cleared out In conseiiueuce of the aOalr of sai ji.
dA.v afternoon, of thAt affair tnijftujjr ha- a
different story to tell. Following are tie conclu
sions arrived al after some pains and catlui cub.
aideraiiou. Trouble has Ven threatening in tnia
nelghtiorhood for some lime past. The negroes
have been talklug freely cf burning tie town of
Pattersonvllle. it stated that one who is now a
prisoner has made a lull i-oufemlon to Hon. l?oa
caffrey of a plot lo burn the town. wbl>-h wa? t?l
have been carried Into effect Saturday r ight, t u>
the events of Saturday afternoon intervened.
Tbe abooiing ab<l wounding of four wnite met
on Pbalr's plantation on Friday decided tbe m>
thorlilrs here to Institute a search for arms in tto
town, and at tbe same time to arrest se\ eral mea
who hail made themselves moat consp cuous by
the fwa-lty of tneir threata. Tlie in >p? wera
quartered on steamU?l- ly .uk alongside wilUain^
aaw-mlll, about a mile rrvn. town. Krom ther*y
Saturday afternoon between 4 and & o'clock, tha
At lakpaa Hangers, under command of capt. t arts,
together with a pome of ciftretig. moved on tto
town. There are arveral versions of wltat afters
ward occurred. Tbe comvt atory is probably
this: At the entraifcv u>the tew n stAnC two on*
tag)-A, the one on the right occupied by a wh'.tf
man named lllincrt. and that on tto
left by colored people. Hen-, aa IM
troops appruai u<sl. ih< * f ^und a < ruwd uf
from fifty to one hurwlml ei.i ed negroes. Tlitl
crowd waa ordered u drujs-rsr. soae left, whIM
thers aaeumed a defiaai attiiade. use tirvru, at
notorious onara> tcr. threw hi* haiiu behind hlmaa
If to draw a pistol, M>d then. In a moment, tba
whole affair wa* own. A regular ftisiiaae was
opened upon the ikvtw* by tfee kle-nff's |>?se, aud
??< them were shot dead. It is asKfted bf
mill'la, and with considerable uoslUvefleaa by
sonte ol tbetn, that bo militia man fired a sliot, aad
that all the killing waa done by Mm altenfPa
posse, captain cade nee ma to have had a gnat
deal of difficulty in restraining his mea
from firing, but he appetrs to have wcce- ded. He.
sides tbe four begroea killed, one waa vety irver^
ly wounded. Two boy* Also are aatd to hAve beea
hit. The shenff withdrew aa aooo aa the flrtaf
begat. After the Affray the troofx marchec Uiroaga
the town and many of the negruea reur^d to IM
wooda. The four men killed were all bad charac
ter*. One of theae, Kobt Wieah, klllad a man a
week ago within a lew ynrga of the plate whrra
he WAa atoot. The dead weea burled ycatertey V
tto troops. The towa waa guarded and pauoilaf
by cavairy and lafaatry last Bight. It waa Ubo>?
albleU) move In aay dlrectioa without be lag ckafc
, Mot. 7.?Tha Ootoonr UmmtU
to Emperor WllUam a lab
Moapoix. Va., Mot. 7?Dr. wuimm
*?* phytootaaof thia

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