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THE EVENING* STAR ^
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In WU11T fTAB-rnhii.bxf on rrtd?r-?l a !
|MT ro"<??r* l'i?r?i<J *li nioiithd, 50<fnu ? ? . ?? ,
(VjkU eiail rotantvttoM must b? (?M in nim? ' " ~ ? 1 ?
? . V" h I V?. 71?N? 10,757. WASHINGTON. D. C.. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 8, 1SS7. TWO CENTS
AMUSEMENTS.
B** NATIONAL THE ATEK.
EVERY EVEXI50.
Mating Wednesday and Saturday.
TEE GhEATEST OF ALL SPECTACULAR BUR
LESQUEs.
THE ARABIAN MGBTS.
Or. Aladdm'a Wonderful Uui|>.
?SEE?
Tb? Dolla' Quadrille. The Sfin Curtain.
Tha Many Wonderful 1'eaturea.
Sunday Erenin#?Grand Sacred Concert.
LETT.
Tk>) World Earn na Cnrretiat.
Sett Vwk-XtT A HERNE.
IS HEARTS OF OIK. n8
KERNAVh WASIIINOTON THEATER
Aioniaaioit l.\ '.;.">ai>d .".o.-. 10 and '25c,
feiectioii K tnri> from I'o-iiikfLt.
1.1 LI \ ? LAY'S
ORIGINAL GAIITV ( < MdlNATION.
3? WVLLJ LAI'II.S .10.
Noveltv'a Dad u..
THE LITTLE DEVIL > ULVEL;
__ Or, Apollo in > l**i!
^ Matins*** Men.. 1 u?-?* . Iliurs. ami Sat. n8
^LBAl UU'S GRAND OPERA holse.
W"t. ' MONDAY. }Wed. and Sat
tuamnL inm suv. r. < MiUana
-THE funniest MIS OF OI K TIMES."
Tha Droll, the Ouamt. t!:e Oriiritial. the Comical
> S AS K BAM ELS.
In hi? New Con.?->iy Triumph.
LIT TI L FITCS.
Enthuaiaatical 1 y Sitdt rsed by the i ublir heravtr pre
luter?(?rnl*iili
B&igut new s< vgs.
U V El V NE? PA VI ES.
CHAUJIINi. .\M\ MUSIC.
SI K1KINO NEW COSTUMES.
An<I interpreted by a
MULLlANT COMPANY UF comedians.
Under tli? mai:i|-niriito( Mr. W. K. Uayiien.
Monday. 11t. 14?"ERMIN1E.**by theonirinal com
Pauy from to? New York Ca-itwx u7
HARR1V BIJOU THEATER.-"
matinees DAILY.
Price* At ni?flit. and ;,t?. . at Matinees. adults
~Ca... ycutirf ? | ir. under l?i )cara of air*, li~il-iTRe.
Every At:, a. <>n atul Hucht.
<11 IS I KAl
In KIT, THE AnKAN.-AW TRAVELER.
FRIDAY NlOllT,
Testimonial to
MR. A U. anderson.
N*tt Week MICHAEL STROGOFF. t7
\TATIONAL JOCKEk CLIU.
THE FALL MEETING
or THE
NATIONAL JOCKEY CLUB
Will be contioiKil on
Wednesday, soy. ?.
THURSDAY, NOV. 10.
FRIDAY. NOY. 11.
saturday, NOY. 12.
FIVE RACES EACH DAY.
FIRST BACE AT 1:30 O'CLOCK.
F. B MrGUIRE, President.
__ H IX MrlNTYRF, benMqr. n.V3f
THE CTCUMta, 1406 NEW YORK AVE.
Tricii ka, 1'aiMlrii-*. an.1 Sociable* tor rent hy the
iiour. day ,>r w?-ek. Ij '. rjm L?.ur. i ?d per
I-anrtat iHurtnt* nt iu thr United Statra v.'.l-tlLu
Panorama of battleoe i;i ll run.
l>th *'. two M m k. utii of Pennsylvania ave.
LMiirhtfTil'y < <?.],,I 1.) new aud complete apparatus.
Open troin '.? a. m. to to p. m jjji
c^oming And Csoisg.
Om ENGLISH OVERCOATS and orR CUSTOMS
COAT8 ASS COMING IS AND GOING oct. cus
TOMERS ASSCOMING IN AND WEARING away
THESE GOODSl
neves leforf. has any Horsr. in Washing
ton DARED TO IMPORT SO MANY OVERCOATS
AND LOMK>N-MADE SCITS.
HCCH A VARIETY OF STYLES OF LIGHT. ME
DIC* AND HEAVY WEIGHT overcoats. MADE
IN LONDON, were NEVER SHOWN here BE
FORE THEN AS TO "NOVELTIES" IN OVER
COATS, M. GEE k CO. OF belfast. the ORIGU
NAL MANOFACTUSEIMOF ULSTERS, MAKE the
BRUT AND MOST STYLISH DRIVING and STREET
CLSTERS IN the WORLD.
WE HAVE A LARGE VARIETY OF THESE GOODS,
BOMF. LB.HT WEIGHT. SC>ME MEDIUM and
OTHERS HEAVY.
the "OCEAN" COAT IS A SPECI AL "novelty "
LOOK AT THESE GOODS IXol'R WEST WINDOW
AND SEE A few OF the STYLES IN Oi l". ST*H'K.
NOT EVERY ONE WVNTS "NOVELTIES." TOR
THOSE WHO DO SoT. WE HAVE THE yl'IET.
I LEGANT ENGLISH GOODS, H ASDSOMELY GOT
TEN TP. OUR variety IS UkRoF, BI T THE
QUANTITIES OF EACH ARE SM.UJ?THl'S PRE
TESTING ANY ONE STYLE FROM becoming
COMMON
OUR PIECES FOR THFSE IMPORTED OVER
COATS VARY FROM 41i TO MO.
DON'T FORGET TO LOOK AT OCR OWN GOODS'
THET ARE AS FINE AS ARE MADE. AND OUR
TARIET? IS LARGE. PRICES OF OCR OWN
COODS FROM 410 TO $50.
IT WILL PAX IOC TO LOOK AT THEM
T. K BARNTTM * C0U
?3 831 FESNSYLVASIA AVENUE.
GseaT Success.
THE GREAT REDUCTION SALE AT
OAK HALL
COR 10TH AND F STREETS.
"Vb ? derided (TKceaa ttat w? a hall continue the
?aoat toe u jiher week.
FOR BOYS 4 TO 1 \
H >It? or Orerroata at r; :*), r.^tv^l from 50
kuit. or ?nrerr.*u at raaloml from J.V '
5Uii" or ?J*"' o"1" at ?4.75, mlnrrd frum (7,
Snlta or ONRaato at M. rvju. ..l fr..m .M
?uita vr Over. . ?to at *7 .V?, r-M.-vd from ?)0.
FOR BOYS 14 TO 1M
Sotta or Orerroato at 44 .rf>. r^lu..-.l fro,,,
Muita or over. ?ta at re.|,H-.-l from .47'
Wiuta or Oven oati. at 4. :>?. realm .,1 tT?m
suiuor.h^?u.t J!., r. ln, ..| fz'^Ty*
Buitaor Oaaaroataat ilO .u. r^luecd fn>u> ?15.
FOR MFN ASD YOCTH8.
c*n a? lln?* sl'.io* a. sny in tb?- ,-Mr at i>ri^?
ri v?r.t?*l i- r . rntbelow tlx? of any other
A if..?l Working Suit at #C,.;a>.
An All- Woof smt at #1?. worth 91.1
A iinreW. r.t -,1 Corkaerew Smt. Sark or Ero<k. at
|1U. rant. .1 be nuiti |iM.f in tharuy iind. r 41.V
A ?pl-:>d 1 blip ol Pruice AK?-rt Suit* from 415 m>
Ilia, k tnaddnUl Suiuat #1M. w .rth 4:??
Weti5tSS*eWm r"- ^
*v ?T
A sine Ch .. hilia Oven-ost at ?13.50, worth $IM.
A arl-ndi 1 Chinchilla Sartout at 415. worth 4".'5.
? k!'"' M"l",n'a< <"hirx-hilla Overc oat at fJU. worth
'' ^mP?'Mibl* to rnumerate eTerytbiiur in thia ad
it2r?T" "*? . heertully ^?,w the Ja.
?b?tw ), U nircbaee or not. ^
*?*?? ?*, ? H H * A L t
! J t ^ II II AA I. L
0 O til b\, ?HH A A L L
tM? aA\ t " " AAA L L _
w 4 k. It 11 A A LLLL II It ~
J** COR TENTH AND F STS.
J^ortabu. (s Kates,
SRAt'S andirons, FENDERS,
And all U? rwqaintea fo, the artist*- tmoinent of the
fepan Ivap'a'a. Exqnialta Pori'elaina for lnantol oraa
jneafc. Choice examplea of Royal Worreater. Doulton
aud otkat coleteatrd potVriea. Artiatic Bronzen,
limnAto
BAYWARD A hutchinson.
*.? trtjnkjtmt
The ctllcloid truss.
Thaliiev*r brvwka, u*\~r w?ara out. aivava clean.
wor? while batluujj ' cjeau,
CHAR FISHER'S,
Mn rTKRtlt !L. O.J , th a r?at uorthweat.
1 *7r?trjjT atuuuou to Um wan of
SPECIAL NOTICES.
WOMEN'S EXCHANGE, BOO J:1TH ST.
n w All kin.l*. t lUruli u ?ud mending at
reasonable rates Orders received fur fancy ?ork.
markin-r linen. he. iic.i-W'41
, IS THE >1 fKKMK rolUT OK THE
<5- *""" WslRICT OF < OLI MBIA
Mum Bit..'*. & ?t *1. v. SToirCiuixwfU. & Co.
et ?L No. 1070V Equity I**-ket 'S7.
?nil. cause. t.?-. tiler with the report of the assignees
ninl . rs Is nig reterred to iue to stateaccounts .if
the ru-- l? -uJ oi tii? < ,a ins i t ? reditora. notice is
1?T< by giveu tu a!l creditors of the tlnu of Stott.
from wed K Co.. and < f E. Chester Siott to prove their
claim* ...- i .-t the said firm. Mid the said Stott, before
iue .it io> ftice. in the 1 nit -'l States Court House,
? ashington. 1) C.. within thirty days from Slid after
this lstda> ut Novenitier. IS87.
\otn if furthergiven that 1 .-diall proceed to state
tb. ?Hid accounts oi assets and claims on Saturday,
tbe third o December, 1SS7, at U oVlock a.ln., at
ID) officeaaabove. JAS G. PA\NFL,
nl 1*1 **"*! r**"1"1 Auditor.
r_THOMAS G. IIF.NSEY. REAL ESTATE
T~. and Insurance Armt. lias removed to hia
new quarters 1 J'Jti f at.n.t. a>lBi
. _ , I,K. HIDDIlN.t ATARRIL THROAT, AM)
J. * Lung - ? .altsi, ut Willard's. Mondays,
We..ti.sdijs. and Indays. l:.'to4p. m. Frverot.sul
tati< n. Reierence*. o'-.t>-*>tii
NEW PUBLICATIONS.
Two Good Novels.
COUNTRY LUCK.
By Johs Habbkbtos,
Author of "Helt a's Babies," etc.
l'Jmo. Extra cloth, #1.00.
"Mr Habberton's new ?t.iry is a pi a?.int one. 'Coun
try Luck wcertain to be i pillar. and it 1 .-serves tube,
for it is a good novel."?A(c I'orfc Trihuiw.
"In ever no luucb better than it* unpromising title
would indicate. liere v.. b iv. -lutiu iiabOcrtouat his
o* si, which doe*not involveany discourtesy to 'Helen 8
Babies.' "?I'hilatitLphta LeAvtr.
BEHIND THE BLUE RIDGE.
A Homely Narrative.
By Frascks CoCBtInay Bay lob.
Author of "On B?>th Sides," etc.
l'^uio. Extra cloth, $1.25.
"A capital novel, strong. vivid, well written, and full
of humor ot a very gratiiying kitd."?Library W "rid.
"Intensely dramatic in construction, rich in color,
pictur. ?.i.i.- in d aciiptiou. ai-d artistic in its setting
Noinor. .lclighitul picture of the every -day life of the
\ irn ii a inountaiueeracouldwell beiluatfUied.'-i'hlla
dr iph.it liecur'i.
If not ol'taiaable at vour bookseller's, send direct to
the publish r>, w!io will forward the books, i'uat l aiii,
oil receipt of the price.
J. B. LIPPISCOTT COMI'ANY, Pulliishers,
Tl."> and 717 Market at, Philadelphia. It
New Flannels And Bi.askets.
SEA TUN PI'.KRV.
(Suo-esor to Psbby a: Buottifb.)
GENCINV. KSK1ELD WHITE AND SCARLET
MIKl'NK SHAKER I LAN Ni- I.S.B01H PLAIN AND
'1W1L.LED KANU1NU EKO.M 40c TO ?1 PER
BALLARDVALF. ALL-WOOL DOM IT "AND SILK
WAKP FLANNELS KANOlNl. FROM ^oc. TO
N*.'v"i-l.A1s'iV.II'l l) AND PLAIN COLORED
AU. wool FLANNELS Folk LADIES AND CHIL
DREN'S W. AR; N i. A SKIlillN'. FLANNELS
WITH WHITE ?ILK KMBRolDERY AT?1 Tot;.'
1-Ell WARD. CALIFORNIA, MINNESOTA AND
W HiTNE? ALL-V\OOL BLANKETS. ALL 81/.ES
AND OU.ALl lIES AT LOttLSl PUICES.
IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF WHITE \ND (iRAY
BLANKETS ltAN..lN<> FROM t : TO$.">PER I'AI 1..
s<i\ elites in colored Vienna blankets.
NEW BED COM FOR IS RANOiNU FilO.ll ?1 J.> TO
NEW MARSEILLES, ALLENDALE AND CROCHET
OLILTS FROM 41 !<? 4?. ?
Fll.l. LINKS uF BLEACHED AND BROWN IIllslI
ANIX.EKMAN TALiLl. LINENS RANtilNU FROM
41R. TO PER VAi.D. .
John s bkoan t sons' irish linen damask
TARLECi^OTHS. ALL WIDTHS AND LENuTHo.
UHH N Vi*KiN.-s ALL SIZES TO .U -.Ti 11
NEW GERMAN LINEN DAMASK NAPKINS AND
1> V1.1FS FROM $ 1 lO * :o FEB DOZEN.
IRISH AND GERMAN Hl'CK ANt? IiA'-iA-n. LINEN
TOWELS FROM ?l 50 To ?1.'> PER DwZEN. .
BEl.4il.AN BED LINENS ALL WIDTHS AND yL AL
| 8-V WIDE TABLE CANTON AT 75c. AND 41.
"SPEt IAL RARtiAIN" IN 10 4 WIDE NEW YORK
MILLS BLEACHED SHEETINU AT 25c. PER
t^ALL DOMESTICS AT LOWEST QUOTATIONS.
Uri-LAIN FlUL'RES AND CORRECT PRICES.
SEATON PERRY.
Perry Buildinir.
1'eimaylvauia ave., cor. Uth St.
Established 1840. n5
Great Sale Of Dry Goods
Now in progress at
HEHREND'S BALTIMORE STORE,
908 Seventh st. u.w.
We are cloaintr out two Departments at a Kreat sacrifice.
C.VSS1MERES AND CLOTHS
and
CLOAKS AND OARMENTS OF EVERY KIND.
We are compelled to clone tbeni out. W'e have no room
for thetiL Have you*
Great Mark-Down in Above Departments. A Feast of
Bargains F'irst-Coiuers tiave the Choice.
." HOOK FOSTER PATENT KID OLOVES, in Tans
and Black, at ,. former price. *1."J.>.
10O Pair stri<-tly All-Wool 1S-4 BLANKETS at
4"i '*i> ?ell e\.-ry where lor 4s.50. The reason why?
Tl.-y ar-- sliK'htly soiled.
o: e Lot of 50 dozen STRIPED SOCKS, usual price,
3] air for 41. KiatSOr per pair.
Full regular BRITISH SOCKS. 17c.; were 25c.
PLAID.
STRIPED AND PLAIN VELVETS, that were 41;
now
Finer Gn/Ie that mid for il.S.'s iro at H4r.
BEAL'l II I L LINE OF DRESS GOODS, SILKS,
AND CASHMERES.
TOWELS. LINEN GOODS, COMFORTS, BLANKETS.
DoMEsI ICS. FLANNELS, x<..
We have n??ile prices on every line of iroods. Won
tlertul Bartrains. to which the attention ol ctisttiniers is
UlVlUd. _
BEHREND'S BALTIMORE STORE.
n5 3t !?0S 7th st. n.w.
Fire Kscapes And Stand Pipes,
W. SCOTT CHEW, Manufacturer.
Information (riven and estimates furnished.
Office?Room 13. Cori-oran Buildimt. oS-lm-lp*
KSStt H II II RRR TTTT ?SS?
S " H II II It K T S
SSa HHH II KRK T ?SS?,
. S M H II K R T bu2
"Bto? U H II R K T
FINE DRESS SHIRTS TO ORDER.
FOR FULL DRESS?AND DAY WEAR. WE
EMPHASIZE THIS BRANCH OF Ol'R BUS
INESS. IN THE EXERCISE OF DETAIL
AND FINISH WE ACCOMPLISH SATIS
FACTORT RESULTS.
WHEN YOU NEED SHIRTS REMEMBER
THIS.
H. F. WOODARD k CO..
MEN'S FI RNISHINQS.
15TH AND F STB.
oS64m
w ASH1NOTON RlDINO AcADEMY.
Owin? to tinavonlable delays the Washington Riding
School will not be opeiitd until the latt*r part of No
vsaabar.
Eijuestrtenite Instructors:
PROF. C. GUXMAN.
late with HiiipoOronte Fnncaia, of Parte
PROF. RIDER, of London.
Everything ftrat claaa. Commodioua accoinodatiooe
for boarduitf honaa, and ampia storage room for car
Books for yearly subacrihen are now open at fbe par
)oiaof Mr. Gao. White, with Wocslward ? LotUrop,
cur. 11th aud F sta.. u. w.. and at the office of Jaa. D.
brown, care of Juo. F. Waomwan. lOOd K St., wbaro
full particulars may be obtained. nl
SPECIAL NOTICES.
WOMAN'S CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE
UXION.-The regular meeting of Cliapin I
Auxiliary will be held on Wedn*?<tay at 1 ilO p. iu.,
at Cent nil Union Mi anion Kooma. Every member |
ia requested to be present. Mr*. M. E. COHEN,
Preaident; Mr?. EMMA F. SHELTON. Secretary. It*
(f- I) A. M, K OF L. MBMIMBW AM
-i5? requested to be present at th* next regular
meerinir. Thursday. 10th in?t. by order D. A- titi.
na-Vtt
fifr- OFFICK FIRST SUBDIVISION ASSO
ClATED CHAHIT1E8. 1218 Hint u.v.-An
unal rueetlmr NOvEMDEK TENTH, 4 p.m., election
of officers for ensuimr year. JOS. W. DAVIS, Sec.
uN !it* ?
THE ANNUAL MEETING OP THl
Fourtn Division Associated Charities. for
the * lection of officer* for the <-n?uiug year, will !>e
held a Humhne M. E. church, corner 9tn and P ats.,
U EDNESDAY. November i), 1887, at 7 :.'i0 p.m. Ad
drefties will be delivered by the Kev. Dr. H. tL Naylor,
S. It. Bond. esq., and others. The public is cordially
invited to attend. By order of tlie President.
nM-^t L. F. HUNT. Secretary.
Qf WEST WA8HI2VOTOX, D. CL,
November 8th, 1887.
HARRI8S & CROPLEY,
Sticc*-ssi-rs to S. Cbopley's j>ons.
Wholesale and Retail Grocers and Liquor Dealers.
We. tie- mule reared, have this day sold to Messrs. .
HAliltlss At CK PLEY stock and trood-will of stores I
No.ri:itiN-70-75? Mat.,West Washington. D.C. Thanking
the i ublic for their liberal patron aire to us, we cheerfully j
recommend a continuance of same to the above Arm.
n.s St* 8. e ROPLE V'S HON8.
NATIONAL CAPITAL DIRECTORY.
Office, 1417 F Street Northwest.
A complete and thorough canvass of the District of j
Columbia is now prog-rehsiiik. and will include every
resiceut. their occupation and address.
A ljr>re circulation of the Directory is already as
sured thiou/h orders received from every Department
oi the United States Govuinment, the United States j
Capital and the business community.
A.* an advertising medium it will be unexcelled.
THE BOOK WILL BE READY FOR DELIVERY
JANUARY 1, 1S88.
Rates for Advertising:
On? pasre Including book
One-half pave JO, " ??
Oue-quarte* page U, 44 ?*
Names inserted In laru-e type $1
bubst nptiou to Directory 5
Special contracts made for marginal page advertise
ments.
The book will be neatly bound in a substantial black
cover, suitable for a library, and will not b; dibhgured
by advertiaemt nu on the om k, Hides or margm.
bend m your orders at once,
WliJ^IAM DICKSON,
Publish er,
u7-lm 1417 F Street Northwest.
WILULMJ CI i B CONCERTS
??OS JOSEi- KAsl'AH, Conductor,
Many novelties for SiiilNu ORCHESTRA. Dis
tinguishevl Solo Artists. 1 irst Concert SATURDAY
E\ EN1NO. 1'Et E M isEK 10. Season Tickets, three]
Concerts, tranalerable, $1. No single tickets sold.
Cir? uiurs and applications at leading Music Stores.
n7-l!it
r A MEETING IS CALLED IN THE IN
^ terest ot retail grocery and liquor duaiera of
the District iu regard to the separation of irroceries
iroiii liquor, at EdelN Hall, cor. 8;li and E sts. n.w.,
November s, at 8 o'clock p.wl nV-'Jt*
j*- Tl! E SECON D LLC ! I RE OF THE SERIES |
??^2^ on the Origin of the Church of Engiuud, in
Christ Church Chapel, c* street s. e , between t>th and
7th, by the rector, the liev. G. F. Williams, ou WED
N EsD A a EVEN I NO, at 7:150 o'clock. Nubject: "The
1 irst Iutrusiou ol a Foreign Ecclesiastical Power into
the Domain ot the British Church, opposed and repu
diated.** i7*Ma
THE AMERICAN TELEPHONE COM- j
?*^5* pany. 14 JO t st. n.w., has let for sale s lim
ited amount of pt?I erred capital stock, beanuc six per
cent dividend per aiiuum ou the UK8 value, |l?jfaUle
s< mi-aunuaiiy. first dividend payable July I, 1S88.
1 his ctock In now asM*>sable and will be cold at forty
per cent of par value. Nuth ient teleptu-nes ate alrcaiy
under contract to pay a dividend on twice the a*nouiit
of preterm! stork to be lSftied. All net earnnurs of
the coni]>any go to the diwdeud fund. All construc
tion wmk i.-? pa t from the proceeds of the stock .-old.
Ail earnings oi u?- c? mi any over paying the dividends
on the preferred ?tu< i? go to the benefit of t ouiinou
stock. Prelrered 4 ertimates are redeemable in go>d at
tiie expiration ot ten years at their face value, the
company has also aiim ted amount of common stock
yet 201 sale at twenty per c?*ut ol thpar value. This
\\ ill f?" sold in amounts from live shares upward. '1 he
preierred certificates will Is ??M ?n amounts of ^.'>00
and mtiitii les thereof, which at forty per c^nt 01 par 1
vaiue r quir- s a cash payment ot t?'00 p? r <*ert ficate. |
Ail persoim who des;re a sale ami profitatHe investuieut
are n. vited to call a^.u invostigau these six:unties.
AMi.liiCAN TELEPHONE CO.
Uo-b't CHAS. A. AiAXWKLL. S, eteUry.
ORGANS?BEAUTIFUL TONE j
aiid handsome cases. FactoO* pUces and
e*sy j aymeau. F G. SMITH,
uo-tii 122 P ?unsylvama ave.
rj ^^BRADBirRy PIANOS?nuEETEnT lO.NED
T:ano made. beautiful ? ases. 1 actory
puces. Easy terms. F. Q. SMITH,
uo-Ut l'^Iid Pennsylvania ave.
TIIE PIEDMONT AIR LINE W ILL SELL i
Round-trip tickets to points in Virginia at !
excursion rat* s on the 5th, tith, # th and 8th instants.
g? od to return until nth,inclusive. 'Ibis will afford
voter- an oppoi tumty ol desalting their ballots and
Mpenan:^ bunda^r at home. n4-.'it
tn? pavment lm issue.
" NOVEMBER, 1887.
EQUITABLE
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION,
"EQUITABLE BUILDING." 1003 F st.
ASSETS?$811,892.28.
Subscription ls>oks are open for a new issue of stock
(the 14th). Nubs4 riptious and the first payment
thereon reecived daily, a; the olhce of the Association,
Equitable Building, 1003 k st. Shares are ?'J.o0 per
month.
Pamphlets explaining the object and advantages of
the Assoc;;: o.t are furnished u;h?ii application.
Office ho ? s from li a. in. to 4 .'50 p. in. O11 the first
Wednoisda> 111 tach moL h the oli.ee will l>e open from
ii to N o'? i?a*m p. in. Adv.mces will !>? ade promptly
at 7 o'clock. THOMAS SOMEKVILLE. Pies't
JNO. JOY EDSON, Sec'y. n4-?)m
X
TWENTlK'l H ISSVE UF ST(H:K.
IUhmUUAL SA\ 1X1- AM) 11LII.DINO ASS'K'IA
I Tin* ,,i-. t. W hi'N tM'A\. V*tli in.-iunt. at til.) 7tli -t.
. n.w , '4 oYi.ick 1 .ui. i-nli. I'ajn?>j>er cfiit
1 % ii withilraw.il'*. rttoi i. iimy iw .uIm .'ibcJ lor al iiiy
t in. at tU> uliice ot the Secretary ami Treaaurtr, 1-410
"UU W" UOBKIIT Ci. CAMPBKI L. PrcHideut.
.">17 Itftii st. n.w.
.JNO. A. PlltSCO'n, Secret?ry atiit Tri a-nrtr,
?3 tit J I4llt t nt. u.w.
<? SLKJA1. hAVINMS AND UtlLDlNU
AH?OCIATiUN.
SEW IS.-l t (>K MOCK.
SLUIES.
Thcf.'<t liiprtiuif tor the 1'iiyii.eiit of ilufiS, $1 rer
will U liflil in th?- Asso.iatioii'K Hall. So. t?ir?
i Till hi. 11 w'., opi>. I'nteiit Otifc'e, HKl>Nt.sliAlI ?V?.\
, INti, NovfUit?-r It, 1SS7. .t 7 oVlock. This a^so<'iatioii
i in.* iii> t with k'lebt ?un rffl, ami in jiaiintrt: jwr ct-nt
| -lilerf.'t t.' v.itliitrjwltiiriiifjiitM'1'A. It Muvaiu-os. maxi
lulllll of ? 1 -1) 1.11 111!" Hilar., ol htwk. lK:,Uiri!lK hut u
: iim itTlily luynii lit III i'.'l) lor ttio u?r ol ifl.MiO. No
I Kirn tli.ii to i'.i j Mi.iim $1 ?-arh. Subm-riiitioDii to
| htock iua> 1? ..:?le at auy tmi" li- tore the meetlnif, at
i the iilli<-. ol tin->? < riMai j and Tmuurer. 141tl i* at.
li.w., \? h?T>- ail tiilonnailoti will l>e i lirerlull; (iveu
awl lotinututioii* iu |.aui|i!ilft lorm (iinnt-hiil.
HUUElt l O CAMl'Ul.l.I, I'i #1.-11 ifiit.
.">17 10th Ht. u.w.
JNO. A. FRESCOTT, St-cretary auJ Trt-anurt-r, No.
14 lii k' it u.w. olU-<ltti
i*- KEMOVAlI^THEINI?l 9TKIALSAVINOS
ASU LOAN ASS' .CIA 110> linn rt-ui.iNvtl to
iih li.-w iiuarWiH at 1 'J'.ti t ht :i w. JOHN II. HtiL'LE,
l'r- THOMAS O, ULASLl, Sit'rela.y. o^il-ltu
i?- UK V. SHINN.
DENl'IST.
Ha* removetl liu uthce awl residence to
oll-ltu* WOO I at. n.w.
hIEBEL & OWEN,
TAILORS,
Corner New York ave. and 10th *0
Kirst-claiui Kartneuta at reaaoable prirea.
alG-3m
Of R H. (MJLDHBO RO I' G Hfc CO
. Ileal Eatatc. 140 > F at.
Real Estate boutrht and sold. Loau* effected. In
auratK'e |ilu<e<i. lutesUneiita made. Siwial atten
tion to the cuUectioii ol reutx and iiianavemvut <>( Real !
lTopertie*. R. H. OOLltSBOROCOH k CO..
ol.i .im 140."> F street.
Jf I Ml ED ST ATlfs BONUS ON HAND.
?^JET^FOR SALE t?l I'l KCHASEO AT BEST
MARKET RATES.
ALL ltF.GLLAR INVESTMENT SECURITIES!
DEALT IN.
FOREIGN AND DOMES! If EXCHANGE.
olvMm U.W IS JOHNSON & CO.. Bankera.
FIRE INSURANCE
t ortiner.tal Fire Ins. Co., N. Y., Capital. ..$1,000,000
Hanover F're Jus. tk>.. N. Y.. ?? l.lNHl.OOO
orient lire li.a. t'o., Hartfoi-l. '? 1,000,000
Oirard lire Iiik Co-l'tiiladtli-hia (Qti old and favor*.
llj known iiiatitutiou, and a larye owner of real
estate iu tills eity.)
District of Columbia Representative.
\>. CLARENCE DUVALL,
Ileal Estate and Fire I nsuram^L
ifj.'i F st. n.w.
Honest, Stocks, Household Furniture, Family Wear
iUK Apparel. Libraries, kc., insured at tlia lowest ratea.
sl4-'/ir.
OAS-FIXTCRE?.
LARGEST STOCK. I/)W PRICES.
Ntt* ANUllioNS. NEW FENDERS.
E. F. BROOKS,
aulS Ml 15th st .Corrorau Buildltv.
Of Jxo. W. Comhoji. Jko. W. MACiBTNtr,
Member N .1. Stock Ex.
CORSON A MACARTNEY,
GLOVER BUILDING, 1419 F ST. N. W,
Banker, and Dealers in Government Bonda.
Deposits Xxrhan?e. Loans. Collectioni.
Railroad Stock, and Bonds, aud all securities listed
on i lie Ln'hautf*. of New York. Philadelphia, Boston,
and HaltiUio e houifbt and sold.
A specialty made ol Investment Hecuritfea. District
Bond, aud all Local Railroad, Gaa, InauraSca, and Tel
cVhoue Stock dealt in.
American Bell Telephone Stock houjrht and sold JjrlB
FINE GAS FIXTURE*
PORCELAIN ORNAMENTS.
We have ? lanre aaaorttnent of Royal Worcester,
Crown Darby, Saxony, and Hungarian war*.
H. t.SHEDD k BBQl,
n.'l 438 Oth at n.w.
J. R HOPKINS,
WATCHMAKER AND JEWELER,
HAS REMOVED TO
n.'i-fJt* 1^04 F*st. n.w.
DR JAMES RADCLIFFE ANNOUNCES
VsJS the removal of hla ntwlical oAce aud oxyiran
latxiratory to 71 j 14tU at. n.w oM-lni*
HPF.CIAL BARGAINS I* MEN'S FALL
Pv^^UNDERMXAR. HOSIERY, and GLOVES,
al ivF HALL'S, O0S F al U.W.
Shirts to order. ?14-3m
Washington News and Gossip.
Paoks 3 and 4 of to-day's Star contain: The
Action of Citizens' Association No. 5, in Relation to
School Matters, Jackson Replies to Thurman, The
Doomed Anarchists, Incidents of O'Brien's Prison
Life, Telegraphic Dispatches, Ac. The advertise
ments are classified as follows: Auction Sales,
Rubber Goods, proposals. Medical, Educational,
Pianos and Organs, Jlousefurnlshlngs, Wood and
I Coal, Professional, Railroads, Potomac River Boa's
Ocean Steamers, Books, Sewing Machines, Ladies'
Goods, Specialties, Attorneys, Family Supplies,
Hotels, Dentistry.
Government Receipts To-da v.?Internal reve
nue. $320, ikh; customs, $473,479.
Tub President Gave $:,o to the widow of Thomas
Dolan, one of the mounted messengers of the
Whlw House, who was left In destitute circum
stances, and the employes of the W hite House also
made liberal contributions to aid In paying the
funeral exp uses.
His Hralth Affected bt Overwork.?On the
recommendatlou of the naval retiring board Pay
Inspector L. g. Billings has been granted a six
months leave of absence. His healt h has been af
ect?jd by overwork in currying out Secretary Whit
ney s plans for consolidating the system of dut
cliases and accounts.
Son* Money Left, But Not Knouuii Clerks
Kmploykd.?The secretary of the in.erstate com
merce Commission says tlie published statement
that the Commission has exhausted Its appropri
ation and Is now running in expectation oi a de
ficiency bill Is Incorrect. The appropriation has
been carefully husbanded, and his accounts show
that If t he present scale Is not exceeded there will
be a small balance at the end of the present fiscal
year, lie adds that ihe work of the commissioners
is seriously Hampered by the lack of adequate
clerical force.
Gacubks Appointed.?'The Secretary of the
Treasury lias appointed l*eter Ball gauger for the
Hrsi California district, and Frances Rose gauger,
at Leadvllle, CoL
Tub L. S. S. Alliance arrived at Santos yester
day.
Capt. R. Meade, of the Murine Corps, has
been ordered to duty at the Boston Marine Bar
racks, relieving capt. C. G. Iteid, who Is ordered to
duty at the Marine Barracks in this city.
Army Orders.-Capt. s. 11. Lincoln, 10th Infan
try, ordered to recruiting duty at Columbia bar
racks. Lieut. Col. H. C. Hodges, deputy qusrter
nrister-general, relieved from duty in New York
city, ana ordered to duty in Louisville, relieving
i , ttufus .s.ixton, assistant quartermaster-gen
eral, w ho is ordered to his home lti Gemiantown,
Pa., to await retirement, col. Ale::. McD. Mc
cook, cm infantry, irr.nted thirty days' leave,
with permission to \lslt Mexico. Second Lieut,
r. I. Van Licw, ?,'! Infantry, granted six months'
*1,ly recruits have been ordered to Fort
Shelling, .?lnn., lor the 1st cavalry.
Pkksonai?C'has. H. J. Taylor, United States
minister to Liberia; Thomas M. Waller, consul
general at Loudon, and Prof. Asaph Hali, of Wash
ington, were 111 New York last night, c.ias. B.
r.<i. ',. . i'rtslnout,1? Va-; .fno. Achclls, or Brook
JJh; R. s. Darron, oi Blnghamton, N. Y.; A. B.
liurand and Kdward Murgoe, of Paris- I. 11
Burr, or Philadelphia; Major I'. D. Vroouie, of the
Army; Chas. D. stlckney, jr., or New Bedford,
Mass.; 1. liroivu, of Mudlsou, Wis.; F. W.
Aufsessor, of Albany, N. Y., aud W. 11. crane, of
Ohio, are at the Kbbltl. jas. o. Kelly, of San
1-raiK lsco, Is at Wlliard's. Henry Abbott, or
tU.cago, and Max Rosenberg, of Paris, are at the
Klggs, K. V. Hougu^or Philadelphia, and Geo.
Ballon, or New 1 oik, are at vVeickcr's.?Wiu. G.
< houte, of New \ork, aud Henry Fairfax, or Vir
ginia, are at. Woruilej "s. Iiragton Ives, 1) 1'
-Morgan, It H. Kissel and H. Durawl, of New York,
and Sydney No*on, or Litgland, ale at thu Arllng
* Strauss, or New Yuri., is at tlie Metro
po.lian.-?m. T. Sullivan, of Now York, is at the
National.??J. AS. Wort hen, or Chicago; Thos. J.
sawnderi, or Davenport, Iowa; H. N. Poulson, of
| Norioik, Va.; Thos. C. Chalmers, of New York,
and lion. c. Doiauo, of 1-Torlda, are at the Si.
J allies
RCfilLAHS A.\D MILITIA.
Poiiilh from I lie Iti-porl of Adjulailt
Ucneral llrum,
increased interest IN TUB MILITIA?recommenda
tions for increasing THE EFFICIENCY OK TUE
VOLUNTEER SOLDIERY?TUB REGULAR MILITARY
SERVICE.
Adjutant-General Drum, in his annual report to
the secretary of War, states that the steadily
Increasing interest manifested by the mlliila of
the Slates is evidenced by the high percentage of
attendance at the annual encampments and the
generally excellent military spirit of the troops.
\\ ltli the liberal Increase of the appropriation
made at the last session of Congress for the benefit
of the militia, it is earnestly hoped that the state
military authorities will, by an Increased allow
ance of ammunition, foster and develop the effi
ciency of the rank and rile in target firing.
Much b?'nent, he thinks, would undoubt
edly result frcm the establishment during
each enc.'itnptneutof an officers'school for instruc
tion in battalion drill and the administration or a
post, lie also suggests the advaji age of holding
weekly, during the winter months, a nou-com
mlssloned officers' school (the captain an i list rue
t'*), tor instruction in company drill, duties of
guardsand v-ntlneK and the administration of a
comi my. \uuug officers of the Army could be
sp i: ed during tlie winter to report tot lie aljutants
general of states, or application oi the governors,
to aid in i he Instruction of both officers and non
commissioned officers.
MILITARY COLI.KiES and (WIYEKSITIKS.
The reports or officers on duty as mliitarj-pro
fessors in colleges and universities are generally
satisfactory, and evidence a widening sense of ap
preciation of the value of the early and partial in
struction of ihe youth* or the country in ml.iury
studies and habits. The average number of
students attending these institutions was tUisei, of
w,iom ?5?W attended artillery drills and In
fantry drills. The recent inspection of colleges
having military details has resulted in t;rcal bene
fit, and Its continuance under special instructions
irom the \\ nr l>epartmeni is recommended.
THE PAY OF NON-COMMISSIONED OFHCEKS
is not a sufficient incentive, in the opinion of the
Adjutant-General, to tempt the best and most re- I
liable soldiers to accept the positions, while It la
orten to the pecuniary Interest of the men to re
main in the ranks, as a private on extra duty re.
t 'lves more pay than the ser-eaat-major or quar
termaster sergeant of a regiment.
1 lie Adjutant-General thinks that the pay of
the lowest non-commissioned officers should not
PtallHh!.!?? > "liit the pay of I he entire
i ! . readjusted on the suggested pay
9r lowest position to |.V) or |Ti3 for the highest.
ON THE SUBJECT OF Dlftt'HAKOBS
in the army, the report states that the presence in
the ranks of nearly 70 per cent, of the legal
strength of the Army, with the service rangiug
from three to thirty-five years. Indicates clmriv
mm* thei?1*?1 !,vllJorlly of th? men who desert or
seek their discharge Is limited to that class who
have less than three years' service In order tn
eliminate from the Army, without injury to the
Government, men either inapt for military service
or rendered restl ess and dl.seontented by the de
? 'nil i restraints of a soldier's life,the Adjutant
r'oh.ni J^,0,ranM'nd? that, except where long and
faithiul m nice constitute a strong element of ia
vprablc consideration, discharges be made pur
Lhasa ble by tlie payment or a sum sufficient to re
and ir^s^nation"Uit'Ul lUe ot rw,'ulUui-'
THE MILITARY PRISON.
Tlie administration of the affairs of the military
prison at tort Leavenworth, the report says, has
been satisfactorily conducted during the past year,
and thc prlson lias probably reached the limit of
itand '.rrt -rl'L ^ '"5 rPnilllD8 *t Us present
i .< f aec?mmodatlon? are bea?tved to be
necesL? l.n nu,"ber?Iprisoners which It may
1 t*'"d lo lhe prison.
Durmg the year forty-eight persons were com
bv t heoi^er ?rf t hIe^,,iei11 U0SP,U1 ?or the Insane
nm lhe ^cetary or War. Five were
om.t rs, thirty-four enlisted men, seven military
prisoners, and two late soldiers of the Army.
,.'u wjhcluslon, the Adjutant-General states that
> u,x'?71 PMshed by his office during the
year has been highly satisfactory.
? - - ?
All in tb? Vuanl-banM but Oac,
OBN. RUOBR TBINKS THB TROUBLE WITH THE CROWS
IB BNDBO.
The following telegram was received by the Ad
jutant General to-day from Gen. Terry, dated Chi
cago, Nov. 7:
The following telegram ot to-day from Grow
Agency received:
"Refractory Crows who were not killed are, with
one exception, in guard-house at Fort C us tar. Kx
pect to get the one out to-morrow. Alao chief
Deaf Bull, who tried to Incite Cheyunea, is
fcrtsoaer, equally to blame with sword Bearer.
Think trouble with Crows ended. Request author
ity to send Deaf Bull to Fort Snelhng, and dis
cretionary to send seven other offenders. Plenty
Cosae,chief of the band whose people are located on
Prior* creek and Clarke ForkJ armed here to-day.
Heta in good temper. All Crows, except fewsoat
Gen. Huger does not state hta reasons tor recom
mending that Deaf Bull and seven other Crows be
sent u> Fort Shelling, but 1 have so much confi
dence in the wisdom o( any recommendation he
Bukf make I heartily concur in it.
Aim# H. Tbbbt, Major General.
Telegrams to The Star.
TO-DAY'S BATTLE OF THE BALLOTS.
How the Contest is Going at Various Points
GOOD WEATHER EVERYWHERE
EAOE WAS FEARED IN TENNESSEE
The Affliction of the German Crown Prince
AS SEEM FRon ALBANY.
Tike Indication* Seem to Favor Demo
cratic huccm in the State.
Special Dispatch to Thk Evkniko Star.
Albany, N. V., Nov. 8.?The day Is mild and
pleasant throughout the state, and only In a few
places are local showers reported. The demo
cratic canvass throughout the state has unques
tionably been better organized than the republi
can canvass, and such reports from the interior ol
the State go to contlrm the estimate ol a demo
cratic plurality on the Slate ticket given in these
columns yesterday. It Is indisputable that the
democrats through the State have more money
than the republicans, though in Albany County
the republicans, through contributions ot local
candidates, have much move money than demo
crats.
Tracy, democratic candidate lor Congress, Is
runulng ahead ol nts tic ket in this city, but the
anti-Catholic sentiment stirred up against him in
the country towns partially offsets his gains.
TUE GKOKGE VOTE
here is below republican expectations, and the
same report comes irom adjacent counties. A
democratic State officer says the democratic state
ticket will have plurality In the state, but
these figures are too high. It there is no trading
In New York city and itie George vote lu the city
does not exceed 4.~>,ooo the democratic State llrket
seems sure to wm L>y about 10,000, rather less than
more.
VOTI*ti EAKLV n PHILADELPHIA.
Leeds Itelng Heavily Scratched, but be
will I'robalily Pull Through.
Special Dispatch to Tiik Kvcsinu Stab.
riiii.Ai>Ei.i'iiiA, Nov. We are having the kind
of weather all parties hoped for on election day. It
was a propitious morning lor early voting, and by
9 o'clock between .">0,000 andti0,000 votes had been
' put in. of this number the vent-pocket voter
I formed a conspicuous part, and helped to mystify
the window Ixiokwen in their hourly make-up of
estimated returns. There were never so many
headings seen at an election before. There were
regular, irregular, prohibition, personal liberty
league, and newspaper tickets made up promiscu
ously, in addition to ti.ose put out by the old par
ties, and there was such a general distribution of
records and otLer literature last night that some
houses had enough to light the lire this morn
ing. At the polls this morning tne workers
were as numerous as the tickets. There
were the <ld-tlniers with the old
stjle republlcin and democratic badges with pro
hibltlnnists iiart saloon-keepers as new recruits.
All the saloons w re closed. I11 the uptown i.vl
western wards from the number or vest-pocket
tickets, and the stickers being placed over the
names 01 Leeds and Maloney, it was evident that
the Independent voters were getting in their votes
early. This was noticeable in some sections up
town ami lu West 1'hlladelpula, where 111 one or
two places out ot eighty voles polled at U o'clock
fifteen had cut the regular republican ticket,
'lhere are only two oanukiales on 1 he republican
local tlci-ei In doubt, Leeds for sheriff and Maloney
for controller, it looks lis if Leeds will pmi
through und Maloney be beat in. The liquor men
arc working hard agalnal the republican Slate
ticket, but all ihe advices seem to point to repub
lican success with a reduced majority. The liquor
: question is playing a big card all through the
I Slate.
SCRATCHLtU AT HOCKVILLE.
A .Majority ol 7UU Expected for the
Democratic State Ticket In the
County.
Special Dispatch to Thf. Evening Star:
Kockvillk, Mb., Nov. H.?The voting has been
going on steadily, but quietly, since the opening
ot th ? polls, although It Is thought thai the usual
vote of this district Is not being polled. All is
serene throughout the county, and indicates a
democrat majority of about 700 for the State ticket,
and a smaller one probably for the whole ticket.
There seems to be a vigorous splitting of the
county tickets, many of the democrats supporting
the republican named for stale's attorney, .lames
1? iwson, while Mr. E. C. Peter, democrat, Is re
ceiving not a few votes from the otiier side,
i M'-r-si's. Wool ton, Lyddatie .lid liritlith,democrats,
are leading llie county ticket. Many democrats
are opposing ihe call of a constitutional con
vent I jii,ana the republicans are voting solidly
agalnal It.
The nay at Laurel.
CUTTING Till. llKPt'BUCAS T1CKKT AS1I JACKSON IN
KAVOK OF "I ifK I.AHOI! TiCKilT.
SjH-cial DiapaUh to Thk Lvknino Stak.
Lauukl, Mi)., Nov. s.?The voting Is quiet, a
light vote up to this time being cast, it Is impossi
ble to say how the precinct will go, but the repub
j llcan ticket Is being cut very heavily in favor of
the united labor candidates. Jackson Is running
behind the ticket, while lialdwln, prohibitionist,
is ruiinlug ahead of his ticket. Little or 110 ex
citement h.is occurred, but tne best of go.xl feeling
prevails. Tne light l-> between the united lalvir
and democratic candidates for county olllcers.
Jackson's majority is estimated at 100 over
Brooks. The weather has been threatening, but
Is now clearing up.
A <i??d Vote at Bladenwburir.
UNITED 1.ABOK FIGUK1NG IN TIIK F1U1IT, AND JACK
SON* RUNNING BEHIND HIS TICKET.
Special Dispatch to The Evening Stab.
Bladenhbuhg, Md., Nov. The election Is pro
ceedlug quietly, and a good vote Is being polled.
There are three tickets In the field?republican,
democratic and united labor. The latter Is baaed
upon the same platform as in New York. Consider
able scratching Is belng'done, the local candidates
receiving more than their party vote. These can
didates are: N. C. Hamuli, lor s'neilff, on the dem
ocratic ticket; K. 11. Smith, lor Orphans' Court,on
the republican, and J. 11. Kaiston. tor legislature,
nnd E. 1'. Uodwan, for county commissioner, on
the umteu labor. E. E. J ackson, democratic can
didate for governor, Is polling less than his party
strength.
IN MASSACHUSETTS.
A Quiet Day in Boston, but Vigorous
Work Beln* Done.
Boston, Nov. 8.?The election here Is proceeding
very quietly, although there 1s considerable sup
pressed excitement and many vigorous workers
around the polls. Reports from various points In
Eastern Massachusetts bring similar stories. The
weather is periect.
A QUIET DAY IN BALTIMORE.
The Crowd* About the Polls ?o Small
it Hardly Seem* Like Election.
Baltimore. Nov. 8?The election in this State
bo far as heard from up to 10 o'clock a. m., is pro
ceeding quietly. In Baltimore the most perfect
quiet has thus far prevailed. The numbers of per
sons about ihe voting precincts are very small,
and a stranger would hardly suspect that an im
portant election was on hand. lTp to this time
the colored voters, who usually vote early, have
not none to the polls except in small numbers, in
the nrst and second legislative districts of tne
city the democrats are confident of success while
the third district Is In doubt, It having gone re
public n In the late municipal elei lion.
In the election of 18H4 the majority for Cleve
land over Blaine was, in the City of Baltimore,
0,704, and for McLane, democrat, over Holton, re
publican, lor governor, 7,783. In the State Cleve
land's majority over Blaine was 11,118, and for
McLane 11.MK7 over Uolion. For Attornney Gen
eral, the majority lot Roberts, democrat, over
Stockei, republican, In 1883, was 13,7:16. The of
fices voted for to day are governor and attorney
general und members of the legislature, and city
and county judiciary officers.
Up to 1 o'clock this afternoon perfect quiet pre
vailed throughout the city, and the police arrange
ments are such as, as tar as possible, to prevent dis
order. It is not expected the vote will be as large
as that of < he municipal election two weeks ago.
The democrats now express confidence In getting
a majority of from 0,000 to 8,000, while
many republicans concede the city by a smaller
majority. 80 far the meager intelligence Irom the
counties indicates a quiet election.
An Election Day Murder.
PATBICI BOO AN, A NOTORIOUS CHICAGO TOUGH, SHOOTS
AMD KILLS JANES HUSSRY.
Chicago, Nov. a?A fatal shooting affray oc
curred at 8 o'clock this morning in front of a poll
ing booth on Jefferson street. Patrick Hogan, a
notorious tough, and Jas. Bussey were both drunk
and creating considerable disturbance about the
polls. They anally became involved tn a quarrel,
and before any one oould Interfere Hogan pul.ed a
revolver and shot Huasey through the head, from
the effects ot which its boob (UmL Hogan was ar
EDITOR BI'.IHM: COSriDKST.
He Say* ik? E?d of nahuafltai In
VlivliilB I* >rar.
To the Editor of The Evekino Stab
Richmond, Va., Nov. K?All the Indications point
to a democratic victory In Virginia. Richmond
remains democratic, despite the combination. An
obstinate toe has been severely wounded again.
The end of MaUouelSin in Virginia Is n> nr.
Kichakp F. Bkikw,
Kdlkor ol T!u slate.
VOTI ><? H V KAKIJiaiT.
The Day Opened tarlf In *l??n4rl?
A Full %'??? Predicted.
Special Dis)|?tcb to Thf. Evening Sr*K.
Alexandria, Nov. K.?The active politicians, re
publican and democratic, have been busy since
day light, for the polls opened at BJU, and in one
of the wards lights were required lor a while. The
State democratic committee rooms and the V>uug
Men's Democratic club rooms were open in Wash
ington Hall. The republicans had local headquar
ters In each ward, and as "vote early" has otten
been Impressed upon the city voters, the ballot
boxes were far from i mply three hours after th?
polls opened. The bars throughout the street are
required by law to be closed, but the Information
Is that the iront doors are closed, but it is thought
other entrances are open.
The Intelligence received tills morning from
such sections of i lie State as have reported to the
democratic ceutral committee Is to the effect that
so f ir as local manager-, can Judge a full \ole will
Ik brought out on both sides. In a number of
counties local Issues make up a portion of the cau
vass, but throughout me Mate the issue Is?Ma
Uoiie or Barbour. The usual array of ticket
hoiders, cZnvassers,??., suiround each poll. The
rt publlcau ward committees are active, ana lust
night the Young Men's l>eiui?Tattc club obtained
a number of volunteers to take care of voters in
blocks ol ten, and make, all day, a vigorous neigh
borhood canvass.
I The ceutral democratic committee had not re
ceived this afterr:oou any Information lending to
illmlnisii their confidence lu democratic success.
'1 he indications of a full vote i oiuinucd lu all the
distr.cta heard from.
lly Associated Press.
A FVLL TOTS BKINO HOI LEO.
Alexandria, Va? Nov. ?. ? The day opened
cloudy, but the suu soon came out with a balmy
iitmoiphere. A very full vole is being p.?leu, .aid
there has been no disturbance whatever up to this
hour, nor Is there llkeiy to l.e any. Both parties
are lu good humor. The indications arc that the
vote wnl be close.
A HEAVY VOTE IX SEW lOICK.
? Surd Work Ileiug Dane at the Poll*
by the friend* of nil Candidate*.
Xtw York, Nov. m. ?The city la quiet to-day and
the voting is going on earnestly, Up to 11 o'clock,
in a majority of the districts, one-third of the vote
had been (toiled, Reserves of police were lit Id a'
headquarters to answer any call, and patrol
wagons were ready for their uai?s)n?riati ?u.
Advices from tliroughout lhe St te Indicate that
i a large vote Is being polled, many plat es reporting
It the heaviest evei cast. All pointsreport hue
! weather, and an unusual Interest in the result of
the day s election.
A REPCBI.tCAN ADVANTAGE.
It Is believed that of the ^1,000 votes registered
In tnls city fully *?AI.0U0 will be cast, alia it is geu
i erally <x>usldere<l that this will Inure to the ail.an
; tugeof therepublteau party. "1 h.' extreme biiter
| in ss of the campaign lias become suboued Into
| earnest work at the poils by the adlicieuls of tne
i respective candidates. i lic workers were out ear
lier than usual and In much larger numbers, al
| most every nominee havlug one or more (x-rson.il
irieuds at every polling place In the county or dis
trict. There have beeu mure than the ordinary
j number of arrests tor Illegal voting, but tuey have
been one at a time.
TUE LABOR PEOPLE ENEUCE1 IC.
The ui.lte.l laoor people are as eucig -tic as last
year, but the Indications settu to point to a re
duced vote tor tliL-lr Ucket. It seems as though
Louis F. Post, their candidate lor district *l.or
ncy, was ruuali.g sowewnai ahead ol his ticket,
but careful oUsei vers have been hearu to say tl.at
he must land a poor third. Juah Sainton, who la
runuii.g lor the senate, is cviUcmiy poUlug a good
vote on the east slue, and proiesscs coundeuce in
his election.
Fine Weather aud a Quiet Election at
Hullulu,
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 8 ?The weather here l.s
very tavor.ible for electiou. 1 he sun shone bright
and clear most of the morning, and tne tempera
ture Is mild. The voting Is progressing quietly,
and lhe pivspeets are that a large vote w ill be
poiled. Tabor, democrat, lor attorney-general, is
running ahead ol his ticket, and a very large vote
Is being cast lor Cariulcnaei, republican, lor State
treasurer.
A ''eyed Attempted Fraud* at Troy.
l?u,.-, N. V., Nov. H.?The election Is progressing
quietly. The republican inspectors wno re used
to sign lists because of the presence of alleged
crooked names, signed the books tills moiinng
under an order of Justice ingails. The names of
the dead men, Sc., were erased In nearly all the
wards except the eighth, wuere the inspectors
sltll reiUse ui^lgn lists, the orU"i not having been
served un them. The votes were taken in the
presence of ail the Inspectors. A big vote la being
poiled.
Big <;aln? For Prohibition.
Rochestkk, N. Y., Nov. H.?The weather Is line
but Luc vote is not quite up to the average. Cook,
dem.. lor secretary ol stale. Is leading by a good
margin, the indications are thai tne prohibi
tion vote will be double that ol iaai year. The
George vole is less than Was claimed tor it.
IX pexnnyevania.
The Mate ? nmpnigil Quiet, but a Red
?Sot t vnteot in Philadelphia.
PiiiLAbtuuiA, Nov. k.?The election In Pennsyl
vania to-day is for State treasurer for a term of
two years, aud fora Judge of the Supreme Court to
serve tweutv-one years. The republican candi
dates are win. B. Hart for state treasurer, and
Heurv w. Williams forjudge of the Supreme court.
The democratic ticket is Bernard J. Met,rami tor
treasurer, and J. Koss Tliom|>boii tor supreme
Court, Judge. The orolilbltlou candidates are Dal
las C. Irish and Simon C. Chase, comparisons In
tlie.se despatches will lie made with the vote for
state tre surer In 18KS, when V?ay irep.) had a
Plurality of 4:l,r>lH in a total vote of ?EiJ,70,,'f dl
vhied as follows: t^uay (rep.). Day (dein.),
?^sl.178; spongier (pro.). 15,047; Whitney (G. L.),
S* 7KU. For governor last jear Beaver ^rep.) had a
Plurality ol 4U.H51 In a total vote of Mlo.wTo. The
campaign throughout the Slate has not been a
particularly active one and a heavy vow is not an
ticipated.
AN EXCITING CAMPAIGN IN PHILADELPHIA.
In this city, however, the campaign has been
one of the most exciting and bitter of the past
decade. The republican city ticket la Win. R.
Leeds tor sheriff, J. Maloney wr controller, George
G Pierre for recorder of deeds and Wm. Baruey
and Theodore B. stulth lor city commissioners.
The democratic can ildateB are Chan. H. Krunib
haar lor sheriff, Robert P. Dechert (the present In
cumbent) tor controller, Joseph G. Dltuian lor re
corder of deeds. and John P. J. Senaenderfer for
city commissioner. The law requires the election of
* minority commissioner. Three are to be chosen and
the nominees of i ue two parties are therefore vir
tually elected. For the city Judiciary, as Is cus.
torn?ry here, both parties have endorsed the same
candidates viz: D. Newllniell, Jienry Reed and
F Amadee Bregy lor Judges ot the courts of Com
mon l'leas and Joseph c. Ferguson I?r Judge of the
Orphans' court. There being no opposition the
four named will of course be returned elected.
THE INDEPENDENT B0I.T.
The Independent republicans refused to support
Leeds, lhe nominee of the party, on the giouud of
-IkissIsiu " asserting that his nomination had been
Axed up by the party leaders long In advance of
the nominating convention, and that It was fon*d
through against lhe wishes of the people, on this
lssuethe independents received the support of
several republican dally Journals which have
vigorously advocated the election of Krumbhaar,
the democratic candidate for sheriff, while at the
same time giving sup|>ort to the other republican
candidates. The regular republicans, however,
contended that Leeds deserved the office by reason
ot hlsfaltarul and energetic work for lhe party
dunnif the past several years as chairman of the
republican city committee. An active personal
canvass has been made by Messrs. Leeds aud Ma
loney who, travellug at all times together during
the campaign, have attended and addressed mass,
meetings in nearly every one of the thirty-one
WA^atureof'lthe campaign has been what Is
termed the "religious Issue." The Personal Lib
erty League which Is composed of 33B societies,
including afi the oldest German singing socieuew
in the city, endorsed the entire democratic ticket
with the exception of Recorder of Deeds, for which
office It gave endorsement to Plerle, the republi
can candidate. The league claims a membership
of 30.000 voters. It announced lu opposition to
the Sunday closing laws ana entered the cam
naiifn with the avowed purpose of simply showing
its strength, which, it declared, would be used
henceforth In aiding the election of legislators and
city officials who would work to secure repeal of
the laws which compelled saloons and places of
amusment to remain closed on Sunday. The repub
licans accepted the challenge and made an Issue
against the league and the "desecration of the
Sabbath."
In this they hare brought to their aid the active
suutwrt ot many ministers and church-going
peoule who hare entered the fight to prevent the
Personal Liberty league frotn gainlng a foothold
in Pm-w' nolltK*' affairs. It will thus be Been that
the sheriff ally campaign has been a decidedly
mixed one. In i35? Rowan (repubUcan), foe
sheriff, received a plurality of lptlS in a total
vote of 142,88a. *
Lowon,
lueensyn
Nov. 8.?Four sailors employed on the
yacht have won fined ?116 for smuggling.
EXCITEJIEYT IX XIKIOIk,
RrprrvHIBIIir Houitrn irrrtii d a
Charfr of Disturbing tbe Prarr.
Norfolk, V*., So*. h.?Norfolk city elects two
delegates lo the legislature and Port-mouth one.
Portsmouth will go democratic as usual. Tt<e
wetlhfr Is cloudy, but pleasant, and voting in this
city is progressing actively and quietly now
although o?e precinct in 11k- fourth, the colonel
ward, wan not o|? ned until I went} minutes of 10,
owing to the sickness of one ..i the democratic
judo sol ehvt ion. and the T11lln?r ? -l his place l>f
a Judge not acceptable to the republicans. < on
fmMU tieo. r. !<? i*.len was arre-ted shortly
alter the preclnt opened, while harrangmng the
colored voters, the democratic judge* ruling that
he was disturbing the peact!. Am* tier republican
Billtlclan was arretted for Interfering with voter*
one of the white wards. Koth were reteaaed
upontlielr own re-'ojua m.-e i<? appear Friday to
answer the charge. The indications are that
the democrats will re-elect their candidates.
HKWiMRaTIC OAINS AT WINCHESTER.
Winchester. Va., Nov. k. The weather 1* fair.
All Is quiet, and there Is a railing off in the repub
lican vote, owing to dl<->at Israel Ion .uuong both
wlill^ and negroes. 1 he democrats appear to be
polling their full strencth. The indications are
that this city will lie cl- v, with the chances in
favor of the democrats. Ttoe republicans have
carried it by gosl in ijorlttes tor several years.
CUARMrrTEsViULK, > a., Nov. H.?The weather Is
fair and pleas lUU Voting Is progressing quietly.
Indications are that a large vole wlllbe polled,
und that the democratic candidates will be
elected.
STAt NTON. Va? Nov. k?The weather Is fine. The
election Is progressing quietly, and ihive-lourtb>
of the vote had been polled at noon.
Hakkisonbcko. Va., Nov. h.?There Is a large
vote being poLl'il here. Keporta from other lire
clticts in the eounly are ti> the same effect. I'b?
democrats are very sanguine snd the republican!
are equall) sOi several small lights have occurred,
but no oue was seriously hurt. The weather is
line.
peea*a*t wEvriiEK in ohio.
A Heavy Vale Polled lit Cincinnati
Knrl) In Ihe Mornlnn,
Cincinnati, Nov. h.?The election In <>hlo to-day
Is lor governor, lieutenant -governor, judges of thf
supreme court, auditor, treasurer, attorney-gen
oral and members of the board of public works,
for members of the g< neral assembly and lot
county and township officers. There are four
tickets before the people, republican, democratic,
urnud labor aud prohibition. The weather If
pleasant ail over theNiate. In till, eity a heavy
v<?te vvas polled earl} In the forenoon. Not a
single arrest Is rejairied to lla.m. A woman I?
at the pools in one or i he pre> lncts of tin- tweuty
llrsi ward holding tickets lor the union lalioi
party. ^
the: i>iiia> Titoi bi.es.
I Black llaivk nnd Twcui)*liv? Wan
nor* nakt1 Their I mu|H'.
Chicago, Nov. A Crow* Agency, Montana,
special says: At Issue yesterday there were alKiul
| 1,HHJ Indians. Black Hawk and one hundred peo
i pie, Including twenty-five warriors, have es. ipeo
! trout thecaiup and are still out- I'lenty-tioost
I wuh lour hundred people Is expected soon. t abt,
I .Moy lanv troop of Tin cavalry and CapL Ulnmh'k'i
| troopofthelMhare lu pursuit of the fleeing In
! dians. The rutnor of an engagement at Item
I l reek proves lobe lalse. Bear Hull, wno escaped
with the Indiana, has surrender! d with Ills fellow
! lag. Two Wulstle was wuudeu lu the breast uim]
ami. He has beeu operated on and will recov er.
THE Tl'KKCL CAVED 151.
Mix lien Killed and Vterol Wounded.
PlTTSBtRG, I* A., Nov. K?A OWhOCtOH, OlllQ
special says: The tunnel of the Dresden brand
ol the c. A x C. Railroad,twelve udles west of here
ts reported to have caved lu last night. Six met
were killed and several wounded.
A Eight Vole in t'fctra^_
I FITS llrKKls IN THE MRU) BIT NOT MORI THAN
1 111 MI OK THK AVKRAifR VOIR RXPECTRJI.
Chicago, Nov. H lie ports from most of th<
wauls up (o lo:.:ti o'clock Indleitod that aver;
light vote Is being polled, although In the labo
districts a respectable showing was made lti tlx
early morning hours. It look> as though not moil
than a cue-third vote will lie called out. Then
are jive tleketa in the Held?the regular repubil
can, the silk stocking democracy, tue short hal
democracy. the regular labor and the (ileasoi
labor, 'ine election Is for county commissioner
and on the adoption of the jury commission law.
N<
tlarkets To-day.
Baltimore. Nov. 8.?To-day being a legal holl
day, there will be no slock nor produce markets.
The Kunlaa Advance.
KKCONNOITE11INO PARTIES SCOCRINO THK NORTHER'
FRONTIER OF HRRAT.
Bombay, Nov. k?A dl>pateh from Herat *ay<
that a strong Russian foree has reached Sara A Us
and that detachments are scouring the Hudgh?
district and the uortliern frontier of the province ol
Herat, collecting Information about the country
W recked by a W iId-Cat Engine.
ONE MAN kllXU) IN AN ACTIMtNT OH THK ERIK, SEAI
NEW VoKE.
Jr.Ksgv City, Nov. k?A collision occurred last
evening at the Secaucua Station, ol the New York
latke Krle and Western Kailroad. A l'al?Tson loi-a
train, coiirlstlnj <>f two coaches and a comblnallot
smoking aud b igg ige car, liadatopi<e<l al the sia
tIon at o'clock, w hen a wildc at locomotive
also coming east, dashed Into the baggage end ol
the combination car. The engineer and fireman
jumped Into the meadow s aud eacaped unhurt. Jno.
it'Donnell, aged tweuty-elglit years, of New York,
was in the act of boarding I he ear w hen the crasl
oceuned. He w as killed outright. No one else w a.
Injured. _
Haneluc f'ouldn't lake Hiw tonle**,
HOW A TEXAS MOB TRKATED A HaV iC?mTIP Of
CATTI-E 8TKALINU.
fHiCA<JO, Nov. k.?A Waco, Tex., special sriys:
I)an V\eUs was hanged on t hllders Cn-ek. lti mile
above the city, l ist night, A raruier lost some
One stock and Wells was arr<-sud, barged with
l>elng one of the thieves. The constable starbd to
town with the prisoner but was met b) vigilant'
who hanged Wells to a tree hoping to get a full
confession out of him. lie w ould not confess, aud
ufter k<-eplng Wells hanging for 10 minutes they
cut hltii down and turned hliu over to the const*,
blc. Wells is now In Jail here. Bond is refused
A Decision of Interest to Business Mea,
IsbiANAi-oua, Isd., Nov. s.?Judge Walker yea.
terday gave an Important ruling of particular In
terest lo business men. In the case of the First
National Bank against Valenliue Barr be held
lhat where the drawer of a check delivers It to the
party In payment or a debt or for any other bona
tide purpose, and such holder presents It to th?
bank, and Instead of receiving the money on It ?e.
: cti.es Its certification by the bank that It U "good"
for the amount named in It, and retains the check
for use aud payment thereafter, lhat by such uct
the holder releases the drawer from liability or
the check, and the bank becomes the only debtor
to the holder. This rule, however, doee not apply
where such certification Is procured by the drawer
or the check before he uses It or delivers It to the
payee.
The Konls Investigation Complete.
PROBABILITY THAT THOSE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
HORROR MAT ESCAPE PROSKCCTION.
Chicago, Nov. ML?A Valparaiso, Ind., special
Bays: The grand Jury In Valparaiso yesterday
completed Its Investigation of the koutz Kailroad
horror. The Investigation has been thorough,
every available witness who It was supposed
could give any information on the subject hav
ing been summoned. Though the grand jury
report Is not yet made public. It Is said two In
dictments have been found. Lawyers are of the
opinion tuat a prosecution will be fruitless.
Indiana legislators have long since abolished the
common law In all criminal cases, substituting
s|>eclal statutes. There Is no statute bearing
directly ou criminal carelessness, hence the prob
ability or I ho indicted men escaping punishment.
The ftuita Against lb* .Homo* Cfcnrrh.
t NITE0 STATES MARSHAL OVER APPOINTED RECEIVER.
Salt Lake Crrr, It ah, Nov. k?The Territorial
Supreme court last night appointed Vnltod Htatea
Marshal Dyer receiver In the suits against the
church property in excess of the limit fixed by
Congress, and to wind up the aff .Ira of the per
petual emigrant 1 und. The bonds required are
*??0,(100 on the nrst suit aud ?jo,ouo on the second.
Judge Seane dissented, his private opinion being
that a lawyer should have been named, so as not to
fritter away the money on lawyer* feat Compli
cations are also loreaeen In securing Juries, as the
court has held on a previous occasion that a mar
shal is not competent to summon juror* where he
la a party to the suit.
I Terrific da
London, Nov. k?The steamer City of Cheater
which has arrived at tjoeenstown from New Yort,
encountered a terrific gale on the voyage, laating
from the 3d to the eu> Instant, m
swept the decks and two lifeboats wen crushed.
kllk
Hiuaoau, Mica., Nov. k?James Weila, who
killed John White, at Amboy, this county, Satur
day, took his life last night la the jail here.
Having tied oae of the bed sheets around his neck
be fastened the ends to the iron bars of hi* cell,
and, falling forward, was strangled to death. He
was between sixty and seventy years of age.
Fobt Monroe, Va., Nor. k?The traJalw^thm
Jamestown waa towed to the Norfolk nav?-yaw
tant totfL uttki ** t*?0y wni
THE AITMITI B (?!??*
Hi* CMdlllMi llariMl >1*. Rul >??< >M<
IMafrrMt. '
S|Wi'Ul OlMr Placet. h to Thx viaom BTaw
Ksasxivbt. Nov. Prince Hl*'ii?rek will h*
present oa the occasion >M the cur'i ?ni at
Berlin.
The X'trtk f.vrnMM aitrttr has an arfic> lo-dw
praising the character of tbe laie Mlnlaler- W *wh
burne, ??1 <\>rntnendm^ hi* e??l offt ? la tiehalf
or tJ?f<i-rm?n irMmUof Ptfh dulactno war
TiMlt) ? new* from * tu K'"mo I* 1 1*1 tlio cmA
tt>n >.f ibe nwri prni-e is tltmu, ;Jl e.u?m
there In n<> ituiuelui. iltmti" M ?<ii|li>nM
b-twtvB l?r. Mii'k 'u/ir ?n 1 iiMnh %i?e UM
who In n> arriveUmIii . it will lie <|e.ii|ed whether
?11 operation l? tdvlubl'. The .Town prince's son.
Hrtih* William. has artltxd at s*n IMim.
The CuuUiraUl ?U>i eki hand's are deprssstsl
lo-dar.
1!> \a?>"itnl I'm.
t*r??l. Rrrfinnnn will I'rrUrna thr Opr.
ratlwa.
llrmis, Nov. K.-ITof. H'rfiuanii will pnti'TM
thr otxTaiion on tii* tomai m ikt itMti Mlarf K
Hit- ph)slclans dtvldr thai such a step Is t*>es
sar). Tim- emperor, th.nigh worri-M at?>ut tlit
condition of liie crow n prime. n? improving la
health.
ran an * thk t*i mhi,
*ffrj
a Hand ?( tlailaw*.
St. l/u is, Sot. &?Alfred (ill a prominent
architect of Han Antonio, Tei, nut intelligence
of a tvluu ii* UTror Inaugurated ta hlnney County.
T<*x? along tlx* Kto mW. tome .'41 nilk* abjve
K.tgie r.i-x W iNitn a r.ulius ot \v mile* of
Krackett, ? hleb HiwMlnio t?-ar? tin' iiaiue "l
fc'ort 1 itrk, attd wtilcn t? ? UtK>' 1 ntted >iatr
p>?st, there has been (sul>ll-?it?>l a can*; ?>i des
peradoes, who number tliirt) odd urn an I Mop at
nothlbt.'. Ill'') li .tie stolen cattle and horses, cut
fences, burned rtaclMKii'* (IwHanpi sud kid
uapticd, moblK-d or murdered every man uot In
sympatli) witb tli'-m and whotn tlx-} 1*0(1 Id catch,
go redoubtable Imvc Hi- ir ethics Is-eu ai 1] so per
fect t li'lr otyani/itlon tliat though many of ifieiu
are known. lew arrests haw vesMlted. I in j at*????
tltvly t<n> MMtiy (or tin' i.aal euaxuMm)', *nj
though the) w..rk ptin<ip.iU> at nulit, kavr n 1
mui'ii f.ir 01 da) light. The isiuutry Is wtid.
mountainous aud vitj illfli ult of aeccaw They
are acquainted with ever) tool of It auil easily
t'luiie IIk* nUii t'dtirti. fur tMr rap ur ?. s. v, ral
M<*\l<"aus of MitMll potwi'MloBH hue dlnpfrafnl,
auil tht ir di'atli* at* lundto tlx Kaut,. l in y
hair done mi 11.11. li st, a!lii?; durlitc s< pteint>er and
(M'tobcr that live sl>x k ? ,i> everywh'Tf iiusale.
They have lali'ly ptM?-e?-?|.id to h<a\i<r ti unities*
ami iuaiille>t'-d a to riin th? . i.ure own'r>.
John Mauri.?, a rainlimin, mul a detenu I U"d
man, hah ln-en a" Uve in aldlne nstn i Judce
KelMi ahd I?istrtct Mlorney old n th-tr uoiK
a^aliMl the b.ind. 'leu <livs at;o lie waa attoeiit
from home. That liiKhl the li >|?-radoea Wi-m 10
his riuu li, liurie-d hi~ Vci- Iiwi- , . m dewu til* j
p.iii'lsor l.n^>. l>nni.-.| the |*isis,atid iIhut nit
Willie fifty bead ot atoi'k. Ir.nk htini'VHt) la
alao a laive pasture o.?n<r ml <p|...?-l 10 thu
lllii-vrk Nil lilgbl* iiil" IUk il*rlUli|I ?w hurued.
A K%? ?: U IK l\ 1 IAM.ssl.1.
While Mnualalarrr* lhrraira I* i:t>
Irmlaaii' lb?- ? ml alic laua ?*(
t hu aui, Nov. h.?a special ironi cluiinonci,
Ten*., A teli-gram trom s<vld>, .1 lululim
tow n, iniio fivttii till* ctt>, aay? Uh MMUitahi
wn have artii>>l llii iu-i his and ;ire tuan-hluf
afrallist the negroes of that tuv ri. I Ills li..s
aioux-d the 11'v.mks. .111.1 tlie.' al-u liaw amii-l
them selves and an* waillUk' t appro., h ?>; 1 !-?
ofli'iiclve party. I'lw shentT, will a |*.v*, bus
<ii|ie to Ihe so-iie of trouoi.-. i. HI ? \< ill ll'elil
|T< vails, and tin woiuefc alt<l 1 111 Id o n h.ivi i.iki 11
r?fu?r>- it one end 01 1 h< tow n. l> Is .1 \\i. 11
tulmu< loan <>t i,i?in |?o|?le. ind ..t?>nt ?.ik#*,.
Ifl'ot's arc I'luplojod .11 tlie eoke otelis, llm
? rouble has itiuun out of a Htftat l*t??t a ihkio
anil a while tnnu, lu whl< h the l.itt'T siitTend.
I he mountaineers now Thn aien to lake th?
dark) or kill the whole colored poptllaUuii.
tfIV Tlrvrland lluiM'le* <h?> Hibtma*.
A fLEIUM KIllK ON 4 rtut -MO A Nil A I IS.IItOS 4T
"t'Hll?'l SkSII."
From th? rtiil?d>*l|>liia I'rena, I o-.ta>
Mrs.tlevelalid and h?*r laolln r s|* ul niiothi*
(lellKbtfui day lh the country y sLtTday. I'M
chlcf feature of the day was arid* on h ituiKl K.
I Houston's tally-ho, Mrs. t'|ev> laud h<T?lt hai.d
liUKthe ribbons in.<st of the way and snowing
again the courage and skill thai aw akcoed tlia
admiral ion of every on< .d ?? Woottoti" lu > |it<-nw
bet. The tallj In I' ll I he ri sidence ot iU?- Key.
Mr. Wixid and Mrs. \\.??1, whose guest Mix (lev ?
1 >nd is, aiKnii 10 tntie morning, lie route la/
down vbe Hittfe.iliK'kon Valley and over io tiver
brook, wliere llie pari) took I'll.' iron attli?resi
(K'bceof Mr. Wiat-ir Morris. I he part> r> i uru> 4
to "Crow 's Neat," the sup< rb n-sld*'i?oe of Mr. and
Mrs. H. H. Houston, at U issalilckon. and nfualBed
lor tea. ilerides Mrs. Cleveland, Mir. h"l*iui, and
Mr. }>. K. Mouston. then- were on the coa. li tli?
Kev. Mr. auil Mrs. Charles M.ud, Mr. md Mrs.
t harles ?'. Henry, Mi a. hayard Henry, \ t-?
Wood, Mr. A. Hounell, nud Miss" e-r rude Houston.
Mr. and Mrs. 11. II. Ilousion r?s Ived tlx- part) at
"Crow n Nest,'" which was beauiiiuMy d?corat"4
with chrysanth-munis and cut tlowers. Mrs.
Cleveland and Mrs. Kolsom, Willi tie Kev. Mr. anil
Mm Wood, returm-d lo the Hei. Mr. Hind u resi
dence about 11 o'clock last niKhi, md were sere
naded by the I4ertnanl?w-u (.tee club.
Mrs. t. leveland will be given arts -pi ton to-tilKht
by Mr. and Mr*. Justus c. Mrawondge at their
bea'ltlllll bouse, 'township 1.1 tie ai. 1 s, u>ll f
German uiwn.
A INviM I burrh.
TKOrBl.K IN SAVANNAH OVEK THK I'ASTOfcATK OT at*.
LKOXAKh WOUIXV KACON.
A special to the Philadelphia /vr ?, from savan
nah, t>L, November 7, says: The lndc|M'iident
presbj terlan chur h here ts almost, split to plecv?
over the question of re-electing Kev. leontrd
J j Woolwy Bacon, pastor or that church, ills call
f j for one year will expire on ik^nileri. 011 n \t
? Sunday his conirrecatton will vote on thequintl n
of making his call permaneni. Dr. li e <<n < .uie ;o
.savannah Croat Cutioectl. ul. tin Mindaj. July
list he preached one of the most r m.iri.iib.e ~? r
ijoiis ever heard in the Noutl'. I: ? is a i-ourth of
July s> rmon, and too full of Northern M?U?Tit
fi?r mauy oi the hearers. A eul of Llnnilu
aw kined liltlei thoughts and lie .ijoilo, aud an
allusion le the H.rl|iui al p..ssJk;.- uU'li Mjil:. il
the Lord chastemMh ill >se i?e l >vein ?.is u.it n |.
lsln-d. A gOUd deal w as said about the sermon lu
the city piess. Hr. haeon e\pia.ne tue loliowtng
Sahtialh that he had not n|tok>'li ftoui anX parti
san feeilng, but admit led I hut Ids | ii rt..t i- i rr.>r
hud, perhaps, led iiiui to tread ou d m at - ground.
Soon It was Intimated lh.it l>i. Ill oil was not
quite sound In doetnue. lie had been < harv'sl
with not bciux orthodox on. ?? before, t hai wa.- in
Philadelphia. He wasllidfcle.1 b\ ' he presl.yiery
ot that city. The tiody examined him aud l elded
that he would do If lie would "t-ik-- tie usseol."
tuat Is, a. ktiowl'Si^. that he sulu'tilfil Iviuit
would pn-.tch pure We si in i lister do. trine unadul
terated. This he would i.ot do, md so t?- .uue a
sort of theological fris' lani-e. litsopjionen's, who
have various grle\anees, < iaim lh.it the) will i?>
feat him for re-election by a majority oi low.
The lati*mi rrl) kariri) In I.<in4?n.
OKOASIZtU AT A HKKTINo BCI.1I IK TK Al A1A.AB
SMI AHk VKSTkHiiaY.
A London dispatch says that be'ire tbe candi
dacy of Mr. Henry lieorge In New 1'ork for m.iyur
his ideas on U>' land theory bad taken root In Kug
land. and be has bad many warm admlrerm. T ha
large vole that Mr. Ueortfe re.-eiv?d we a man u(
boom to tbe doctr.nc which be lattght, and rro.
quent meetings have been held, mid s jine promi
nent people are tdeutlO'il with Uie movement. A
large meeting was advertised for yesterday at
Trafalgar Square, but the rain pour.-d down in
torrents and the aflair was not qL.te tbe aucc>??
expected. KeTerthelesa, fully a thousand gath
ered in holte of the storm. Tbe oou ourw was ad
dressed by a Kev. Mr. lladdarn, V Is- Drake, In.
Burrows, Mrs. Besanl, and Mr. W m. .-saunders, the
wealthy ex-memtier or parliament, who it a groat
power among worklngmeu. Mr. Saunders waa
chairman of the meeting, and he d>t.Uied tbe ob
jects of the movement which lie represent*. Tbeg
are based upon tbe tine laid dow u by me AuU?
Poverty s.*:l< i) rounded by Henry <esi?g>- and Itf.
Mcttlyun, and cover nenrly tbe s. ne ground IB
Kngland as the latter do in America. Mrs. Besanl
asserted tnal the meetings would miiUieie lo b?
held frequently, and unfed h?T hean rs not hi urn
any Incendiary language that the au. liorttlescoui4
take action against, and thut> ttiing tbe new doc
trine into dhuredlt.
Trwop* (or fblrato.
rtrw ruorsAMi Kkiit i.Aiu< kaih to br is tukih way
TO Ol'AKtl AUAIKST KIOI
A telegram to the New York //'-raid
Omaha. Neh, November 7, says: A a;iec!al train ut
?even coaches and three baggage cars, the former
beuig tided with I'nlled spates trv-ips from bait
Lake city, pasued tJirouf h ? >mahs tb s momlag fur
t Ulcago. The commanding officer was very reO
cent concerning the movement, and would only
state that they bad been oidered to Chicago lo
garrison tbe new roru A minor oil a *er, however,
slated that the commandants of we /era! Western
posts have been ordered to send . ea?) detach
ments of regulars to Chicago to sup r>reae any riot
which may occur dur.ng the prw ut week. He
saya that the cblcairo police will be reinforced by
:>,UU0 soldiers. Every soldier, m addition to re post
ing titles, will have two sell-cocking ne vol vers.
Koastio, Bocwn. and (>amuki>.?Hiram Thorn*
ton, an oid man, living a beimlt'e .ire on a little
farm near Cleveland, uhlo, was found in a pitiable
condition by his neiguborsal aa early hour yester
day morniuK. He m-ently sold his . n>p ut obkhi^
and was supposed lb lutve money concealed la tbe
bouse. Three men bound and KagKf-t htm sundiqr
night, and scan bed the bouse, bui ? > mid not tnal
the money. They would not believe bis state
ment that be had deposited It ta baa*, sad ruastod
his feet to persuade htm to ten tbeai w here It wet
la the bouse. Falling in their effort, they took
what money be bad and left hit. bound and
? No srw?AT Ball Gam* ik cbabuw-ow.?The 0k
Louis and Chloaso base-ball teams, which played
at Charleston, K.C_durtnt Hie. arup *1, advertlisd
to May a game at the race track huaday afternoon.
This ralaed a commotion. All lite prominent oaa
ton in the city preached aennoas on tbe subH-1
and acoaualttee of ibem walled on tbe < bief of
police wltfe a demand on him to k op the irame.
The polk* complied sad the maaay rv ai c?ce sc
qUeaced In a request not topla: . Mei.uwhile
aMM a.000 people had gstbenxi ?? tb-tra-k"
weie oa thefr way to tu Vhe chun a-^oing c?Z
Jockey Garrison la lying very 111 at bis hoeae ta
Brooklyn of hemorrhage of the lut^'t. It hi tatf
he caanot nde again iMtatMMk

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