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THE EVENING STAR,
PUBLISHED DULY. Except Siiiaj,
AT TH* STjJJ BUILDING*
Otnm fnatjit*** in. aad lltt 8V, by
Ik Evening Star Newip?p?r Compear,
a. a. lAtfrniAJOi. rwt
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<t>bj ciitimi. oa thtif o^n arcoaat. at 10 rrnta m
or 44c J"* c>o?tt u>iw? at L6? counUr^
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In Wectlt oa Frtdar-il ?
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" All mail moat tm p?M >n mA
ftt imiTT trut k>u?rr than la paid tnr
haw. of ?1t. rti?u? maJa koowu on
Vou 71?No 10.758.
WASHINGTON. D. C.. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER ?, 1887.
TWO CENTS.
AMUSEMENTS.
NAIIo.vAL THEATER
1HE ARABIAN NIGHTS.
TO-NIOHT AND SATURDAY MATINEE.
tiEi: THE OSTRICHES AND THE OWLS'
SEE THE RABBITS AND THE PIGEONS'
ALttO THE FAMOUS DOLLS!
(P* rwv u* Sreuery" Fairy Tranaformation' Three
iMt lalltul 30 Tnio*] Ductn' Thoroughly effl
ciant tboraa. The great
DOR8T ud < RES I E and BONEANTL
Monday ttaiiiid -Q-anl Strml Concert.
LETT.
Tte World Pain one Cortietut
Next Wnk-JAI A HERNE.
IN HEARTS OF 0*K.
y im
IV Adl
AN'M WASHINGTON THEATER
" " lft. UiUKl SOc. MiUdm 10 and *&o.
A
T If I V PI
original galett combination.
30 LOVELY LADIES 10
Nc'ity'i Crowning Diadem.
THE LITTLE DEVILS KEVEL.
Or. Apollo in Eden
Mtuaan Moo . Tne* . Thnrm. and Sat nB
LBAUGH'8 GRAND OPERA Hut.SE.
On* Week. ' MONI>*Y. vWed and Sat
l mu.iT.mij. NOV. 7. < Mutineea.
?THE FUNNIEST MAN OF OCR TIMES."
The Droll. the Quaiut. the < 'ritnnal. the Comical
FRANK DANIELS.
In hi* \i-? Coaiedy Triumph.
LITTLE PrCK.
F.ntbQaia4t.ri!l| tinh r*ed by the ;rublic whertW pre
eent>d lnt?r?|*r*d with
bright new m>non.
1.1 V r 1 NEW PAN'TS.
?'HARMING NEW MUSIC.
sliilKINO NEW COSTUMES.
And interpret*.! by a
BBILI.IaXT li'MMSi' OF COMEDIANS.
Under tlx maaatfciornf ? f Mr. W. R. Haydeu.
Monday. Not. 1?-"EKmIn IF," by the ordinal com
pany from the N w Y< ?rk t*?iuu n7
YLBAI'GH -> GRAND UPLKA HOlBE.
special SALE OF SEATS.
TO-MoRRoW, THl'RSDAY. NOVEMBER 10.
For the | i i Tin win i a by
RCDOLPH ABONSON'B
ORIGINAL ERMINE company,
From th* New York Caaino.
EXOAOEMENT BEGINS MONDAY. XOVEMBEB 14.
tlancta Wilson, Pauline Hall. W. 8. buball. Mane
JaoaA. Henry Uallaiu. Kitty Cheatham. Geotve Olmi,
Louiaa eylveetar Cbarla* Pluuket:. Sadie Eirbjr, A. W.
Naflln. uauSria Den.uon. Murray Woods. Original
caet. B? f aid effecta.
Reswved Beata, 75c.. 81. and 8150. accord:n? to j
location. u9-4t
Hauw bijou theater
MATINEES DAILY.
CHANFBAU
In KIT. THE ABEANS4W TRAVELER.
A Gnat Surcea*' Ho'Jeea Crowded at Every Per
formance '
FRIDAY NIGHT.
Testimonial to
MR. A. R ANDERSON.
Next Week?MICHAEL STROGOFF. nJ?
?pHE CYCLER1ES. 14IW NEW YORK AVE.
K Tricycle*. Tllltnia, and Sntiahlw lor rent by th*
howr. day or *?k Udlm. SQr *acb hour. 410 per
in" Largest aaaortmeiit in the l ulled Stale*. n^Xom
PANORAMA OF BATTLE ' iE HI LL Kl N. ~
15th *t. two hp- k* *outh of Pennsylvania aw.
Pelurt>tful>) oioW b> n?? and complete apparai at
? >p?u trom V a. in. to 10 p. m Jyl-1
s*S4 PPP FKK CCC n A I
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a a jjjsNto or rssst ee
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A AX NX* NN OO IT' i) NX OCO BEE
MM MM FEE NX N TTTT
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M MM M EE XXX T
M M M R I XX T
M M M EER X XX T
i CPHPLSTkRT DEPARTMENT.
JU*T RECEIVED
A new li* at
LAO CTBTAIXS. POBTTZftLS. TABLE COVERS.
Be., which we guarantee to acll
Si KB CENT BELOW ANY HOUSE IS TOWN.
OUR LEADERS IN I.ACF. CURTAINS
A rary (ntty Curtain. 3 yard* Ion*. tapad all round.
SUe.. wwrth IL&
An extra value for Bl. ta pad all ronnd. 3 yard* Ion#
:ila yaida Ion*, haiidaom* pattern *l?Jo.
Our BS Curtama cannot be duplicated anywhere for
l?aa than B2. jo
For #3 we are abowimr an > l?ant aa^vrtment in
either wbtte ? -r errn. worth e*ery <-?nt of *4
our Bt Curtain la the U?l value we ha\e In the
k*a?itla 4 yard* lon<, an<l a beautiful pattern.
?% rth #?*>.
*n el?cant line it 10 dilf rent pattern*, in haii.1
awuae Briiwlaor Tambour eCevt?.
OUR LEADERS IN PORTIERES: I
Th**e we <ar; it *.?i. S yard* l.>uw. very pretty
rf?.*a atrlpe. worth ?.'i M.'V.
Very Keavy ? p?*?? *>rip* at #3.*>0. w..rtb *4.
%b ekeant chemlle Dado at *4.00, which cannot be
isati'bed for )e*a titan (o-7o.
?n elewant :t?l ir. h Chenille Dado. 3M yard* loii<r.
at ?7. worth i? .0
\r. elegant line of Silk Tare, .u.aaa at <11.50, worth
every peni.y of 111
CHENILLE PORTIERES.
Very han'laome uattvrti*. all Chenille, at $*1.50 j
aad IT vU. 3 yard* lobrf. 4U in* Ura wide.
The c^ieapewt Cbetulia Portterra ever ahown lu
W laluntfton.
">0 in. he* Wide. 3M yarda lon?. in either cherry.
ui?rooa. blae or oUv*. at 50 a pair, worth 413 iO.
*? areab' ?ji* IV different pattern* at $1150 a
1*1*. heavy V leuna C jenllie. worth $15.
J^ai^e^wide. ail ClMBlil^ extra heavy, at B18.
Imported Sheliaa, worth B30. Thia la a "mall lot ww
>. T*at vary cheap, and w* have only 3 paira In maroon
or ui. v? ao to eat ore ;u?u yon mut call early: wa are
#otn* to aeil theio at ? IK. Beineiuber we have inly
3 paica.and they are wort* *So a pair
TABLB COVERS.
NOTE THF. PBICCS CARFFTLLY.
Chenille, all colore, handantoe da^yu*
?-?.BK 40. worth t"?
8-4. 42-SO. worth #4.75
TapMtry Co vera. 8 4. 4^75 worth 43 50.
Span 9?U Ooma, 4-4. 4L25, worth 41.50.
Plaah Cover*. the iTicea we mention we know can
not be dui>;l< Bted anywhere StanX >ue, M.V.
10 Auiu-big:. 4 4. r:.4? >;a. 44 75. ?-?. liued.
4J ">0. The I>iu*h in thee* i'over* 1* the be*t. not the
*he*p?iail ?
lb.|n Silk*. Fi?mr?.l. han.1* me pattema. :~J in, he* |
* Irte. ? Mu aold ail over at H.V.
CURTAIN DRAPERIES.
I>ai ?taairaa.eream. '7 Inch. Stir.; 38 lu- h. 25c.: ]
1111-h. 3-*?-. ami 4l> Tir.te.1. '.*7 tn h, extra ipiality,
MV it* k, 50r, liir. 7."x-. a let H.. . all beautiful
Uw an irumen*e a**, .rtineot of Printe.1 Drajierle* at
all price*.
CURTAIN POLES AND CH AINS.
A .Sfoot Pole with Fire t?ilt Hra*e lllttlff*, Sir.
in e.-fant line a4 C irtain Chain*. nui?:n* from 10c
a pair ? p?arl
CBB A C. r VM MM - ?SS4
It K AA O * U M M M M " 2 *
tBH A A V U M MM M
B B AAA U U M M M a s ..
hEB A A CU M M M ssss _
u7 7TH. 8TH AND D STREETB
We H AVE Oniito A
?
BRANCH store
AT 81? PENNSTLVAN1A AVENC t
Eur THE exclcsot SALE
OF TMB CBAWTOBD
OENTV 84 BANB-SEWED
AND
83 F1ULNCH WELT-SHOE
?OC\E, CRAWFORD B OOU
MAXTFACTIRKRSL
?EiXiXG DIRECT
TO
CONSUMERS. oW-'w
^ PoKiABi.r. Orates.
bka-* andirons, fenders,
Aad all the re?uiaiiea for tb* artiatlc treatment of the
o?*ri Sieplat a F iqalaite P-jr- el?u?e for mantel orna
Clteic* exaaplea of Rvval Worceeter. Deultoa
f ei ibrated pottaiie*. Artistic
llAlWAJLD B BCTCBIXBOV.
SPECIAL NOTICES. _
?- THOMAS ft mut. uu fstatl
i-s an l In.nraiio- AxruU lim removed to hi.
new quarter* 13S90 t ?t. n k ii.vlm
DESIRING a romkoktabtf
h?ll f"r nieetltxra. ctiteruiumedth. ??-iah.e?
*i.. ?h>nld rail and inspect Carroll iuatuute Hall fin-'
F at. n.w sutffanj -ppointments complete.
capacity 35q. Termi reaaonable. o^tl law-tit
f is> * hupk/Ssl
?c2t^ watchmaker AND JEWELER.
HAS REMOVED TO
l.tch F at n w
&- special bargains in sex^mii
m^Fhall^'&os'f^l n.wS,EBY' '"-OVEs.
shjrta toordar. ol4-3m
DR. HIDDEN, CATARRH. THROAT AND
Lnu* Special la t, at willardi, Moodaya.
Wednesday* and Frldaya. 12 to 4 p. m. fcrw> couail.
tatlon. refarencea. o26-6tn
Gas Heating Stoves.
OAS fixtures AND COLORED GLOBES.
ED. J. HANNAN.
REGISTERED PLUMBER,
517 11th at. n, w.
Flannels Asd Blankets.
SEATON PERRY.
(sorrefcu to pinny X hrdthfr.)
oknt'ine ENFIELD WHITE AND SCARLET
??.SHAKER*lannklh.bt<th PLAIN AND
YARD hanging fkuM 40c. TO 41 PER
? wTA!^ v. ?OMET AND S1I.K
jl jipkr YAHD ra>,iinu fhom to
s!'|wt ?l7alj'-.,?thm:i' anr> plain COLORED
a FLANNELS for LADIES AND CHIL
2vt'2 ?? .J. ak NEW s k ir 11 NO flannels
vvo" frjl!tk sm k embr"1DERY AT ?1 TO*-'
PER ?ARD. california. MINNESOTA AND
*h/tne* ALL WOOL BLANKETS, ALL SIZES
. AND oi aijiies AT LOW ESI PRICES.
immense ASSORTMENT OF WHITE AND GRAY
.."'ra^rel S ranging FROM f: To $."? PER PAIR
???? fc?jf',<? ,N COLORED VIENNA BLANKETS.
? OMEORTS RANGING FROM $1.25 TO
nwm.m1a"?kom^ ^>dale and crwh"
? vV> .'llvu .'vi'vj,ilia,?}1kd and BROWN IRISH
TO ?v PER ya^ > RANGING FROM
joph.-?,3o b,110'1 N 4 SONS' IRISH LINEN DAMASK
?ablerl01h3. AIJ, WIDTHS AND LENuiHs
napkin? all sizes to match
S v?5?j??5 unen damask napkins and
D yi IES i ROM ?1 TO igo PER DOZEN
3s. and GERMAN"piuck AND DA MASK LINEN*
. Towels i rom $i jo to <>15 per dozen
mi's"* bh D L1Nr>S ALL WIDTHS AND qual
5^* *ide TABLE CANTON AT tie. AND ?1
,n 10-4 WIDE NEW YORK
tarl? bl?achld SHEETING AT 2&c. PEK
at LOWEST QUOTATIONS
** plajn FIGURES AND CORRECT PRICES
SEATON PERRY,
Perry buudintr.
eatabliahed 1*40. ??? ?"> ?V
r* h " si n tyt ****
*?s HHH ii KRR | >w
? s H H ii k R T ,. s
tis* h u 11 k it T v
FINE DRESS SHIRTS TO ORDER.
FOR FULL DRESS -AND DAY WEAR. WE
emphasize THIS BRANCH OF OUR BUS
INESS. IN THE EXERCISE OF DETAIL
AND FINISH WE ACCOMPLISH SATIS
factory RESULTS.
WHEN yoc NEED SHIRTS REMEMBER
THIS.
H. F. WOODARD k CO.
MFN'S furnishings.
10TH AND F ST3.
?2G-lui
Artistic Presents C)f Real^
ALCE.
PAINTINGS. HIGH-CLASS etchings IN THE
FIRST STATES
THE BEST engravings. AUTOTYPES PHOTO
fngRA VINOS,
i
SUPERB photographs COMBINED WITH
.TASTEFUL AND UNIQUE picture FRAMES.
The Baat and Moat Complete Stock in the Country.
MIRRORS, ALL THE ROGERS' GROUPS OF
STATUARY.
CARD AND cabinet FRAMES. Ac'.
catalorua on receipt of atoiup.
JAS. s. EARLF. k SONS.
>? m.w.a..tm so. 8 lf5 Chestnut at., phiis.
Comfortable Prices.
why SHOULD Y'OU HESITATE TO PREPARE
FOR THE COLD BLASTS OF WINTER WHEN YOIT
CAN PROCURE A SUIT OR overcoat OF SUCH
EXCELLENCE in EVEBY PARTICULAR AS YOU
WILL FIND IN i-ookin'i; OVER THE STOCK OK
j thlgoijg.N EAGLE--**, *lll. #1k, AND
i SOON i P TO *10. GOODS AT THESE PRICES
ARE HERE IN OUR HOUSE AND M\RKE1> IN
. PLAIN FIGURES. AND NOT AN INDIFFERENTLY
MADE OR TRIMMED garment AMONG tiitm.
I nlike the GREAT SHOWMAN'S VERSION,
ol RS is not the GREATEST and ONLY HOUSE
OF ITS KIND ON EARTH. BUT WE POSSESS
CANDOR ENOUGH TO SAY THAT THE GOODS
WE SELL ARE SECOND TO NONE IN AMERICA;
OUR PRICES ARE LOWER THAN OTHERS CHARGE
EOR THE SAME CLASS OF GOODS.
TOUR BOYS. FROM 4 TO 14 YEARS CAN BE
SUPPLIED IN SUITS AND overcoats FROM
THE largest ASSORTMENT WE EVER HAD
these goods start in price from s2.5o.
not A GARMENT IN our hou8f. WHICH 18 not
RELIABLE,
the YOUNG man, FROM 14 TO is TEARS IS
cordiallt INVITED TO look OVER ocr
STYLES and PRICES. WE feel CONFIDENT
HE can BE PLEASED IN oub HOUSE FN F.ITHEB
A SUIT OR overcoat.
the GOLDEN EAGLE clothing DO.,
-*4^? k0.400 7th ST. n w.. cor. D.
Mme. J. p. Palmer.
110" F STREET northwest,
IMPORTER.
atinooncaa her Third importation of
foreign NOVELTIES
comprlatnr the latest ronfartica ln qold and
BLACK BONNETS la PELT and passemkn
TER1E HATS and COSTUME BONNETS
All from the Srat howaa of london and Parla.
TOQUES for costumes A specialty.
A SUPERIOR ASSORTMENT OP ELEGANT
oss-lb mourning.
s peciai j ncmcES.
? 11 1. O. O. F.-COLUMBIA I.ODOE. No. 10.
Mcndsrs and their friends are .UMtf-d ?r> see
oud monthly entertainment TO-SHtRROJ iThuiidir)
EVENING. at s o'clock, in I/>dpe Room.. tbL ?L a.w.lt
MOUNT- Vernon place M. c.
JvS Cli.mh South. Bthanl K *t*.-Revivalier
vres every evening- it 7 30 o'clock. iIL_
? REMOVAL^?WE WILL TO-MO* BOW
__ 11 hurt-la) > open oar as* store l"'-!0 Pa.
ave., and will present to our friend* and to *11 who
ii>*> Inspect ourlarxe assortment in the stamp Uu*
(on that diiy onlya (tamp with pen aud pencil ami
name comblasd. as a remembrance of the occaalon.
Respectfully. J BAUMGARTEN k SON. It
FRENCH SYSTEM OF SOUND. FREE
_ lecture lesson by tue author. SATURDAY 4
p.m., aIONDAY 7 p.m.. corner 17th ana Mass. are. All
interested invited, business people, see Educational,
utf-ot
. OF.O.A. SCOTT HAS REMOVED FROM
?01* D St. to 620 8th st. n.w., Le Droit
aiuGiiit. nw-6f
MIS Q RE ADINOOlT SPIRITS. WHICH?
Mm. A. M. Gaddiujf. lecturer for the spirit
ualist., will give examples or her wonnderful powers,
St. George's Hall. 510 11th aw., Thursday. November
10th, 7 3D p. m. Those who have beard Bishop
should bear her. 33 cents door collecLona n9-Sti*
r d~a7 m. k. of l members are
_ _ requested to be present at the next regular
meeting. Thursday, 10th Inst. By order D. A. 6o.
u?-:it
OFFICE FIRST SUBDIVISION ASSO
CIATKD CHARITIES, 1<;18 31st n.w.-An
lius. meetin* Xyi EMItKli '1ENTH. 4 p m., election
of officers for ensuing year. JOS. W. DAVIS. S?c.
M ??
if- THE ANNUAL MEE UNO OF THF.
?v"^. Fourth Division Assix'iated Charities. lor
the election oi officers tor tUe etisuiuir year, will be
h-id .? Hamlin* M. JL.charch. cornet ml snd 1' sts..
WEDNESDAY. .November !?. IKS!, at 7..>0 p.m.. Ad
dresses will be delivered oy the Let. Dr. H. R. Nay lor,
S. K. IJoud.es.|? aud others. The public Is conXaliy
Invited to u.teud. By order of the 1 Ten,dent.
nX-21 L. K. Ill NT. Ustltlsty.
?r WEST WASHINGTON, D.
vn ember sth, 1**7.
HVRRISS & CROP LEY.
Successors to S. CEOl'Ll Y's . ON*.
Wholesale mid lietai; itriver> nud Lniuor Dealers.
Wc. the undersnriied, have this da:. sold to Messrs.
HARKI.-.S ? CR Pl.LV stock and goad-will of stores
No 3'.tl?-70-7'J M st.,West uashingtoii. D.C. Thauklug
the public tor their liberal patrouvge t.> tis,wecheerlully
recommend a continuance ot sauie lo the above llrm.
LS-.'lt* s. i Rop?.Ei'S aOSS.
NATIONAL OtflTAL PIUCTUtl
Office. 1417 F Street Northwest.
A complete and thorough can\ ass of the District of
ColumDia is now progressing. aud will Include every
resident, their occupation aud addreas.
A lanro circulation ol toe Directory is already as
sured thiough orders received from every Department
of the United States Gove. nment. the United States
Capital aud the busiueas community.
As an advertising medium it will be unexcelled.
THE BOOK WILL BE READY FOR DELIVERY
JANUARY 1. 1K88.
Rates for Advertising:
One pae-e including book
One-half page Hi, *'
t>ne-<ju^riei pate W,
Names inserted in large type II
Subscription to Directory 5
Special contracts made lor maximal page advertise
ments. . .
Ihe book will fce neatly bound in a substantial black
cover, suitable for a library, ai d will no! be disfigured
by advertisement-* on the back, sides or margin.
Send ill your ord* n at once,
YM1.LIA.M DICKSON.
Puolislier,
n7.ini 141T F Street Northwest.
wti sswtmi ,'j.ru ooxcnTa
JDSf.h K A.iPaR. ( oudiictor.
Many novellus U'r Sii;IN<? I'H) HKS1KA. Din
tiu)nii*'ied >. o Artists. First Concert 1>A I'l RDAY
t \ EM NO. I'Ei'E.MBl.K 10. Season Tickets, three
< oncoits, traiisierai.ie, jfci. No Mivle tickets sold,
i',i uiars av.l a|>pli<-at:ons At leatiinv Music .-stores.
l-'? ..
THE SKIHSIU.M'11'KEOF THE SERIES
iv.'S on the Origin of tl:' I 'hurcii of Einrlaiid. in
?"iinst Cliurcn ( hajvi, <? streets. Iietwt en litli aud
7:.-. bv the rector, the uc\. i. 1 . Williams, on \? El>
N|.>1>.Vi I VrMM., at7 30oV|. ck Siibies i- ? The
i- li st lntruaiou ol a F rei^ri. t ct U siastica! t*ower into
the liouiHiu ol the British I liur. ii, opi??>. d and reim
duM."
i, the AMERICAN TELE! HONE COM
_ , j'U.iy i4'.'0F ?lii.w.. has >e: fursilea lilu
ii (1 no.'.unt of p.olerred capital stwk, beariiisrslx i < r
U'.blo
i
.?en: dividend per uaiir.m on ti e im j va.ue. pay
seiui-annuaily; ar*tdividend layabie July 1. IKS*.
]km sun k i-n? w as-* oable ana will I* sold at loity
per ce:,t of par value M:lh( lent telephones are aln ?jy
under contract io i-ay a dividend wii twu-e the amount
of pret. rred Stock to be 1-siieiL All ue; euriiinrfs of
tbecouipsny Wo to the dividend fund. All coimintC
tlun v o. k is p?i i from the proceed* ot til'- stock ?oid
All eamiiit-s >?: tne cmi-auv over payini.- the dividends
on the pieierrvd stoeK iro to the lien 'It of common
stock R c!re"sd ceruDcales are redeemable in |fO)d at j
the expiration ol ten years at tl'eir lace vaiue. ihe,
company l:a> l.Su a li.u to. aftt unt oi (suumou stock '
yet for sale at tsSi l> (?r eeuk?l tl> - |?r value 'litis i
v? dl be sold tn amounts troia Ave stiajxr aiAnjx. 't'tae I
pielBrred certiflcAtes Wdl be s.->ld in amounts of $o00 I
and uiuiti l ies thersof, wbich at forty per c nt oi par
value requires a ca.h payment o: #'J0() per cert nea t.
.All (>ersoUs who desire ? sme aud prclitaoie investment
are invited to call and inv?sti**.e ih sc .eoiiriiies.
AM..i;lCAN 1 FLI .-HONF. IO.
tii-?il CHAS. A. .VAXWELL, secretary._
^ PAl.At:K oliUANS?BEAUTIFUL TONE I
and handsome cast s Factory prices and
easy in5'ineillS. F ii MMlTH,
n.i-tii 1".'2 l'euiuj ivaina ave.
.^HH iTlBliTiV I'UANf Is?S\\ I'F.TEs'F TONED
i.ano made. Leailtiful eases. Factory
prices. Eas> terms. F. <t SMITH,
n.Vtit 12M H a?j 1 Tills ilS,
FIRST PAYMENT 14TJI 1HSCF
NOVEMBER. 18S7.
EQUITABI F.
rO-OPFRATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION,
"EOUITAHLE BU11.D1NG," 1003 F st.
ASSETS tSl l.fiSi-i.'.'S.
Snlsiertptlon ks arc o(>e:i for a new issuaof stock
the mil'. >nb cripti' i.s tud the lirst payment
thereon reecived dally, tit tpe ottice of the Associatiou,
EiiuitaUe BinkiiliK. 1003 F st. ^l".re . are 0 per
m<utb.
1 anipliletsezplslntuK the objectand a.i\antat(esof
the Ass.4 ia':"i. ure furnished ii|sjii application.
Office ho ? s from ? a. ul to 4 "O p. in. <>ti ihefirst
Wednes I. J .11 each in in h the ort.ee will l?e open lroui
6 toB o ilock p. in. Advances will Is .end -promi tly
at 7 o'clock. THOMAS SOMEKV1LLE, Piee't.
JNO. JOT ED>ON, ?e*y. n4-3in
^ TWENTIETH ISSUE of stock."
The SERIAL SAVINGS AND BUILDING ASSOCIA
TION mi ets WEDNESDAY. l?tb instant, at H13 7th st.
ilv\ . 7 o'clock p.m. Siiares e 1 es. li. l'sys K per cent
on withdr.iwsis. stock may lie sulmcribed for at any
time at .he office ot the secretary and 'lTeastirer, 14 lo
*UU-*' ROBERT G. CAMPBELL, President,
Til7 lOtn st. n.w.
JNO. A. PRE8COTT. Secretary and Treasurer,
n3-dtd 14IB F st. n.w.
Of -- ^ SERIAL SAVINGS AND BUILDING
?*. ASSOCIATION.
NEW ISSUE Ol STOCK.
20TH sElilKS.
The first luretiiur for the payment of dinM, tl per
share, will be held in the Assoc'.st.on's Hall. No. nl5
7ihst n w.,opp. Patent Office, WEDNESDAY EVEN
1 No, Nov. uo.er 9. 1S87, at 7 o'clock. This association
has met with KTeat success, and is payinir ?S i<-r cent
intesest to withdrawing meiuls-rs. It advances a max!
mum X ^IsOoiione share of stock. rei;nlriiiK but a
monthly paytnent oi 4'-1l tor the use ot $1,SIK). No
lock dues to pay. Shares *1 each. Subs< riptions to
sti? k may is? iid ; at any time before the liieetintr. at
the oflie? of the .secretary and Treasurer. 1410 F st.
ii.v. . where ail inloiinetioii will Is- eheertiilly triven
and constitutions m pain pole; lorm luruisbeil.
ROBERT CAMPBELL. President
.'>17 lOtli st. ii.w.
JN<>. A. I RESCOTT, S?sretary aud Treasurer, No.
1414 F st. n w. all) sM
?- REMOVAL TH1IND. STIUALSAVlNtiS
55^ ^!, AND LOAN A.sJsoCIA ilON h; s reuiovnl to
im i.' w 'iiiarteisat I'J* J11 I St. n w. JOHN H SOI.I.E,
I res THOMAS <i. HE.N'SKY, Se, reta y. o.'ll-lm_
^ DR. V. SHINN.
DEN riST,
Has rnnoved bis office aud residcnco to
oll-lin* lK)01st.n.w._
S1EBEI, * OWEX,
TAILORS,
Corner New York ave. and 10th sL.
First-class ifai uieuts at reasoahle prices.
Slfl-'.'lll
R H OOLDSBOhOrGH 4i CO.,
]S- * Real Estate, 140.. Fst.
Real Estate boturht and Sold Loans effected. In
surance placed. Investments made. Special atten
tion to the collection ot rents aud manairtuieut of Real
Properties. R. H. GOLDS BOROUGH * CO..
oI.V3ui 1406 F street.
UNITED STATES BONDS ON HAND
FOR SALE OB PURCHASED AT BEST
MARKET RATES.
AIJ. REGULAR INVESTMENT SECURITIES
DEALT in.
FOREIGN AND DOMES lIC EXCHANGE. ^
ol^-lm LEWIS JOHNSON k Co.. Baakerm.
FIRE INSURANCE.
Continental Fire Ins. Co., N Y^ Capital. ..$1,000,000
BaBo?er F're lna Co-N. Y., " ....),OOO.lHlO
oneLt F Irs Ina. Oo, Hartford. " .1,000.000
Glrard Fire Ina Co: Philadelphia (an old and favora
bly known institution, and a Is rye owner of real
eaiatu In this city. >
Liatiut of Columbia Rei resenutive.
CLARENCE DUVALL,
Real bute and Fire Insurance,
0-,'5 F st. u.w. _
Hons. i, Stocks. Household Furniture, Family Wear
ing Apparel, Libraries, Ac., lusured at the lowest rate*.
sl4^n: |
^iMiGF.ST STOCK. - IX)W PRICES.
Na.lV ANDLUONS. NEW FENDERS.
F- F. BROOKS,
anlS B31 l"?th st..Corcoran Buildlng._
J*o. W. CoBSON. Jmo. W. MACAmTKET,
Member N.Y. Stock Ex.
CORSON A MACARTNEY,
GLOVER BUILDING, 141W F ST. N. W?
Bankers and Dealer* in Government Bonds.
Deposit* Exchan?e Loan*. Coltoctiona.
Railr. Ski Stocks and Bond*, and all securities listed
on .lie Exehauces tif New York. Phlladalphla, Bos to a,
and Baltmiocboucht aud sold.
A S14C laity mads of Investment Sec untie*. District
Bonds aud aU Lo< al Railroad. Gaa. Insursoce, and Tel
ephone stock dealt In. _ . . . ,
American Ml Telephone Stock bought and eold. Jy 18
FINE OAS FIXTURE*,
PORCELAIN ORNAMENTS.
a large ?
Crown Derby, SaxooyL
S. t.SHEDDfc !
n3 (M 9th *A B.W.
GAS FIXTURES.
We have .
Washington News and Gossip.
Packs 3 and 4 of today's Star contain: The
New License Year, Election Return*, Mrs. Cleve
land's Germ&ntown Visit, What tbe Anarchists
Did, Telegraphic Dispatches, *c. The advertise
ments are classified as follows: Auction Ba*?s,
Proposals, Ladles- Goods, Pianos and organs. Edu
cational, Professional, Rallreads, Potomac River
Boats, Ocean Steamers, Books, Sewing Machines,
Family Supplies, Wood and Coal, Dentistry, Attor
neys, Housefurnlshlngs, Medical, Specialties.
governmsnt Receipts To-d at.?Internal reve
nue, $138,4^?; customs, $147,64.-..
Tu C. 3. S. Tallapoosa arrived at Montevi
deo and the Jamestown and Saratoga at Ports
mouth, va., November 8.
Tbb Leave op abumci granted to 1st Lieut.
Edgar Hubert, 8th infantry, has been extended
two months.
Tai order directing Lieut. Martin X. Ball to
the Trenton has been revoked and he has been
placed on waiting orders.
To srocuD Gin. Banks.?It is reported that Mr.
Loverlng, who has Just been defeated In Massa
chusetts, will be appointed to succeed Gen. Banks
as United States marshal.
A Dividend Declared.?The Controller of the
Currency has declared a fourth dividend, 10 per
cent, payable on and afty October 28,1887, in
favor of the creditors of the First National Bank of
I.eitdvllle, Col., making In all 40per cent on claims
proved, amounting to $200,854. This bank failed
January 24, 18W4.
Appointments.?'The Acting Secretary of the
Treasury to-day appointed the following store
keepers and gnugers: Thomas J. Moran, at Chi
cago. 111.; C. Harris, at Marsh, X. C.; Albert W.
JoDes, at I'ani her Creek, N. C.; Dougald L. Arey,
Salisbury, N.C., and Wllilain T. Relnuart, Gaston
County, N. c.
An IsjrNCTiON Refused.?Judge Merrick, of the
Supreme court of the District of Columbia, to-day
denied the appilcatlou of the New urleans Pacific
Railway Co. fur an injunction to restrain the Sec
retary of tbe interior and the commissioner of the
General Land Office from carrying out the orders
of the Department restoring to settlement and
entry lands within tbe indemnity limits 01 said
road.
The President and CoL Lauiont are particularly
pleased at the election of Mr. Tracy to congress
from the Albany district. He Is a warm personal
friend of botli.
Land commissioner Sparks has rejected the se
lections of the Oregon and California Railroad
Company for about 01,VX) acres of Una In Oregon
within the quadrant formed by the restoration to
the public domain of the forfeited portion of tbe
Oregon central Railroad grant.
New York tbe Fl|him| Ground In ^
THAT'S ALL THE ELEC1ION IN THAT BTAT1 VESTKR
DAT MEANS, ACCORDING TO EX-SECKETAHY WlNbOM.
A Star reporter asked ex-Secretary WIndum to
day how he thought the result in New York would
affect the republican party. He replied thai he
did not know yet just how much of a victory the
democrats had won, or Just what had contributed
towanl it, and therefore was not in a po*it.'on to
expicss an opinion of much Value, if the demo
cratic Majority In the state was only ten or t welve
thousand. It sliowcd only thi.t New \ork wortld
still lie the tltihtlnu ground In >s. A victory was
inuch more important 10 the democrats. h>'
thought, than to the republican-, as a detent
won id have settle.! their chance*, he did not
think the result Indicated that ilie republican
pari}' was di?orguiil/^l He wanted to stud) ill*
tlilm,' up and see what it Meant.
Ilerriviiij[ the lii lnrni in Wakhiuflou.
THE democratic SdVESS IN NEW VOKE liENEItAI.I.V
KbO Akli< I* AH AS ADMINISTRATION VICTORY.
In Washington a deep Interest was felt In the re
sult of the elections yesterday. It was generally
a democratic Interest, and the results In New York
and Virg:ula were received with much enthusiasm
last night though some District democrats pro
fessed to want the administration to get a "black
eye." When the Massachusetts returns showed a
big republican majority some of the democrats at
the Columbia club headquarters gave ironical
Cheers ror ft-otter. Wherever returns were re
ceived mere -were largo crowds annslM.?- In
front.of the Pott bunding, where tbe figures were
dUpljyed, about a thousand people wete assembled.
The Columbia Democratic Club invited many of
their friends to meet In the parlors of the Metro
S iiltan Hotel, where the returns were received,
[any prominent District democrats were present,
und Repre-ent .tives Bland, Matson, BynUi 1,
Taulbee and other members ol Congress called
during the evening. Hulletins were pasted at the
rnlted Piess olUcc and at the windows of somo of
the saloons. The news was received at republi
can headquarters, and while the returns were not
uniformiliy good for them there, t hey were pleased
ill the result 111 Ohio and ,'iiai-s.iciiuaeita. The talk
everywhere was that the success of the demo
crats In New York wns n victory for the ndmlnls
tration direct. The return- were re<elved at the
Wane House with much satisfaction.
The Indlnn UighU' AMOriatinn.
A DKLRIlATIOJt CAMS ON THE PRESIDENT.
Messrs. Philip C. Garreif, Clement M. Bkldlennd
Roliprt Kiazer, of the Indians'Right Association,
Philadelphia, and Mr. C. C. Painter, of the associa
tion at Washington, called on the President to-dav
tn urge ujion him the propriety of extending th<
civll-.^eru.-e rules to lUc Indian service They
called on t h" President for 1 Ids purpose some time
ago, and think that since then several things have
happened to prove that their advice ought to be
followed. The President listened to what they had
to say with much apparent interest, and thej be.
lleve he thought favorably of their proposition.
Kiislne?? .Hen Prolitl,
PETITIONS TO THE INTEPSTATB COMMERCE COMMIS
SION. ,
The Interstate Commerce commission has Just
received a law number of protests from business
firms, chiefly in the Middle and Northwestern
States, against granting the petitions of F. B.
Thurber and others, representing the New York
Board of Trade and Transportation, and Thomas
L. Greene, manager of tbe Merchants' Freight Bu
reau, who desire that car-load lots of merchandise
be charged for at the rates which are charged on
smaller lots. The position of tbe protesiants is
slated in a petition from Milwaukee, signed by
forty business Arms of that city, as follows:
"The present, classification was, in our opinion,
made after long usage and proper consideration of
tiie various business interests concerned, and Is
Just and talr and not inconsistent with public p
ley. A difference iietween car-load low and It
than ear-load lots is founded in mercantile usage
and justice, and we respectfully protest against
that principle being Interfered with. All classes
of trade and manuiactures are conducted by dis
tinguishing between retail aud wuolesale prices,
mid we cannot suppose that your honorable board
Is prepared to condemn, as against public policy, a
rule ri-cognized and acted upon by the whole mer
cantile and business coinmuulty when It is prac
ticed by the railways in dealing with the same
merchants."
The hearing of arguments upon the quest Ions In
volved In these petitions and protests will take
place I Hi-em tier IK.
The Army ParnaMerih
RECOMMENDATIONS MADE IN HEN. ROCHESTER'S AN
NUAL REPORT.
Piy master-General Rochester, In his annual re
port to the Secretary of War, states that the re
ceipts of the pay department during the year
amounted to $15,887,305.03, and the disburse
ments $14,230.356.80. The Increase In the amount
disbursed is due to the large amount paid in the
settlement of claims of soidlers for back pay and
bounty. If It Is deemed to be In the Interest of the
service that the system of monthly payments be
extended to the entire Army the Paymaster-Gen
eral recommends that the act of July 5,1884, he
so amended as to limit the number of paymasters
to rorty, the number now in the department,
and that tbe proviso of tbe act be so amended tbat
herearter any paymaster of the rank of major who
has served twenty years in the Army as a commis
sioned officer shall, upon his own application or
by direction of the President, be retired. This leg
islation. if obtained, the Paymaster-General thinks,
wui place on tbe retired list four officers whose
applications tor retirement are pending In tbe war
Department, and wni give in tneir places four ac
tive officers, and arrest any further depletion of
the available forces. With the Department thus
strengthened. It will be possible to pay tbe rtltlre
Army as now stationed at leat once a month. In
regard to paymasters' accounts, tbe report says
thai among the chaiges raised by the Second Con
troller against several pay oncers, items of diS
bursineuts are found which were paid by order of
the Secretary of War. Such disallowance works
great hardship to tbe disbursing officer, as on the
one hand be is confronted with tbe charge of diso
bedience of orders, and on the other with stallm
lns a liability lor which be will be be Id pecuniarily
responsible. The Paymaster-General thinks that
no officer should be answerable for the same action
to two Independent superiors, and, therefore,
urges that the legislation necessary to define tbe
powers of the War and Treasury Departments la
matters of account be request, d.
9
The ??bilsslv Crew*.
ANOTHER DISPATCH PROM GENERAL HCGIR.
The following telegram has been received by tbe
Adjutant General through Gen. Terry, at Chicago:
Caow agency, Nov. 7.?Tbe crow reponed yes
terday suil u> be arrested is in custody; alas chlsf
Crasueusad, whom I Bad Imgucaiedlb thj w?
crows
I win retata
troops here until Indians disperse, then gradually
return troops to tbctr respective posts, fciiflUfr
those from MoKlnasy Ink Signed, Kuger, Bflg.
Gen.
mCIiEVELAHB A\D (iBAV.n
Rcprcwnlaiivr R) auni Sajt Thai Will
W the Ticket In "M.
,
tub cosctr*iONs hi draws fkom the demote 4Tic
. VICTORY IN MM- YOKk YESTERDAY?THAT STATE
I AND IHfHAKA S*rB FOR THE DEMOCRAT* IN "88,
HE THINKS.
Itepresebtntlve Bynum, of Indiana, cxpiwed
the opinion to a Star reporter t<Mlay that the
democratic Tictory in New York insured the re
nomlnatlon and election ot Mr. Cleveland. "I felt
just this way yesterday," be said. "If w? (the
democrats) had been beaten Mr. Cleveland could
not hare been renominated, and the chances ot
success for the party in "88 would have been very
doubtful. While Mr. Hill, 1 think, to fully as strong
In New York State as Mr. Cleveland, I doubt If we
could elect blm if Mr. Cleveland were crowded out.
tf tM President said he would not bare a re semi
nation, and stepped aside entirely ot his own ac
cord, we could carry New York with Bill. As I
felt the result of a defeat to tbe democrats would
affect our chancer so I tell tbe defeat ot tbe re
publicans would aOect theirs. A victory was as
important to them as it was to us, and a defeat
would be as disastrous. Tbey put forth all
their strength, fully appreciating tbe importance
of tbe contest, and tbe result practically settles
tbe question for 1x88. Tbe republican party is
badly disorganized, 'lue result settles it mat we
shall carry -New York lu I8?a. It also insures to
us my own Siate, Indiana. Indiana is naturally a
democratic state, but mere was tbis one thlug wo
had to fear?tue labor purty was Just walling lor
tbe result of theueorge movement lu New \ ork.
II lr Indicated mat tin labor party could bold tbe
balance of power, men mey would ko over, and
tne danger would be mat tbo democrats would
lose me state. Hut uow they will come back 10
their old party lalili, and the democrats nave
noiulng to lear. 'ihe democratic ticket will be
made up lu New York and Indiana again. It will
be Cleveland and Gray, and it will be elected.
Whatever mey may say about carrying other
stales New \ork and Indiana are tue states mey
must nave, uray is very strong, especially with
tue young democracy, and mat ticket cannot be
beaten In lsss."
TA1.K. AT THE WHITE HOIME.
Sailalactlou at (lie Result la Sew
York.
C0N0RATC1.AT0KY TELEUKAM3 TO THI PRESIDENT?
WHAT COL. LAMONT AND REPRESENTATIVE CHAIN
SAT.
There is every evidence at the White House of
satisfaction at me result of the election in New
York. They have very little to say, but are evi
dently delighted. The President has received
numerous Congratulatory dlspatcaes, and he saw
several callers to-day. senators Cockrell, Vest,
call and Pugli, and Representatives train, Bcanl
and Breckenridge called and all congratulated the
President, themselves and the party in general
oVer the results of the election. The President has
no commcn.s on the result to make public.
COL. LOtOST WAS WELL PLEASkD,
but did not care to talk much lor publication. He
said to a Star reporter: "The result is extremely
grant) lug, of course. I do not see how the repub
llcanscan hope tocarry'New\ ork now. They had
many tilings to tlii lr advantage lu this content,
and if the> were ever going to carry the state thc.v
Should have done >*> nils lime. 1 Uey ua\>- wou
noi.Uliig since the Presidential election, and 1 dm t
see ho.i tliey can Uope lor anything from New
lock In the iMUt." "
KKPHEshNTATlVE CHAIN SAYS CLEVELAND'S HKNOSt
NATION IS ASSl'Kkll.
A star reporter i?et Kcprcsentiitive Craln Just
as he came from t be While House. *-I think,*' he
sanl, "that the refill in Mew York insures the re
nomiuatiori and et-etion ot Mr. Cleveland. No, I
do not ihiuk the republicans are disorganized,
incyh .ve been stlci e^rul in pmces. Mr. Cleve
land's re-election Is insured."
jibii.AVI' nmotKATs.
Exsltaht Over the ICetnll In .Vw York.
SENATOR VOORHEES ANl* OTHERS CALL ON TUE PRESI
DENT?WHAT THAT SE.NATUU SAYS?THE ELECTION
HBANS ULKVKl.AMD's aUt-KOMlNATIOS AN0 KE-kLfcC
TION. _ ^
The democrats are more than Jubilant to-day.
All of them Wore broad grins that indicate their
podtics. A prominent democratic senator who
Caned on the President this morning to congratu
late biw on the result, said to a Star iei>orter
"Cleveland reels good all over. He cannot express
his gratification.''
SENATOR TOOJ.UEWS ENTHCSIISTIC.
Senator Voorhees was iouml by a Star reporter
at the JefTerson Club. He said, ??It's glorlou-,
glorious, 'lhe re?uitrof these ekctloas means the
continued ascendency oi the deuit crallc party lor
the next twenty-five, end p-rhups iiiiy years.
And It meann me r^notuinailoii of Cleveland
unanimous; y and his triumphant election.
It also settles Hl.dne. He will not be a cai.al late
ne\t>?ar, lor he i,s shrewd enough to >ee th.it no
republican can Ix* eleeU iL But down in tin very
ne.ir;," remarked me senator, "I feel good over
old Virginia. And I leu interest In t ed.
Fellows, 'l he ilgii! made against itlni was vile.
Keliow-i Is a brl_i:iunt inan, who taken no heed ot
money at all. You know," said senator voorhees,
"that 1 made speeches In New York prior to the
election and 1 had an opportunity lo see how the
people felt. I tell you
C1.KVF.LAND HAS A STKONO HOLD
upon the popular regard. Why, every mention of
his name on the slump brought forth tbe heartiest
applause, and the cheers showed that the democ
racy admired him."
"Was the administration made prominent In the
New York fight, senator.'" asked The Star re
porter.
"certainly It was. Gov. H1U himself pushed it to
the front, and tne issue of an Indorsement or Presi
dent Cleveland was made prominent. There is no
qu*?iloa about It. Unless something of an entirely
unexpected nature shall arise there can be no
doubt that Cleveland will carry New York next
year. Everybody seems to recognize that."
WRT THE (1BOBOE VOTE FELL OFF.
"I anticipated a falling off in tbe George vote,"
continued tbe senator. "Tom Grady, who, you
know, opposed Cleveland, told me two nights be
fore the election that the Irish democrats would
desert George, and the result proves that he was
rlghi. Grady is a high layman in the Catholic
Cuurcb, and be told me that the church had bad
enough of McGlynn and (Seorge; that it had de
cided that lu members should not longer Indorse
tue Vrlld notions or George aud lollow an apostate
priest. You see, the democrats who went with
George last year returned to their party. (Jeoiv
is now dead. Any leader in polities who loses half
his vote in one year is donned."
SENATORS VEST ANn PC0II
also called on the President to-day and extended
their congratulations. He received all the kindly
expressions In a hearty,cordial manner, and when
the suggestion was made that be was good for
another term; he made no response beyond ex
pressing his gratincatiou at the result.
Ketireseutatlve train and Senator Vest encoun
tered senator Voorhees, who, after a cordial hand
shaking, said, Jovially: "I dont know that I
ought to recognize you gentlemen. You nave
been out speaking Intihlo, but 1," said the senator,
straightening himself up, "canvassed New York,
compare the results."
"Never mind," responded Craln, "we can all re
joice over the result in New York."
"Yea," said Senator Voorhees, "when I called on
the President this morning I told him that I was
from New York."
"AS 0000 AS SETTLED."
Representative craln said to a Star reporter,
speaking of the elections: "It means Cleveland for
another term, nothing can beat him If he lives."
"And," he added, "It he does live the election next
year is almost as good as settiel."
Senator Teat coincided in that opinion. He said
that Cleveland will be renominated unanimously
Md eleittd.
senator Pugh, ot Alabama, was delighted at the
result. He thought that the vote in New York
York shows that the democrats are united and
earnest, and that nothing can defeat? hem. The
Domination ot a son ot the late Gen. Grant, he
?aid, was an appeal to sentiment, and bis defeat
showed that tbe democrats are not to be carried
away from their party and principles.
"Democratic scle for fifty years."
First Auditor Chenowim, of the Treasury, de- .
dared to a Stab reporter that he had never been
so happy. "It means," he said, "democratic rule
in this country for the next fifty years."
MSHd AMhr In. Cleveland.
m PRESIDENT^ wm SENDS TWRNTY-FIVB DOL
LARS TO A CONNECTICUT BABY.
Last week Mm Frtnk Sponcie, ot Putnam, conn.,
gave birth to her nineteenth child. Mrs. sponcie
to only thirty-eight years of age, and good-looking.
She to tbe wlto of a well-to-do mechanic, whom she
married when she wis about fifteen years old. All
the children have beta born in Putnam. Tbe nine
teenth child to a girl, and at the mother's request
It was christened Fiances, in honor of President
Cleveland's wife. The baptismal ceremony was
nefionned In tbe Cathouc church by tbe Rev.
Father vygen. Mm Cleveland Was aeUfled of the
?vaat, andaeopy of the baptismal certificate was
sent to bar. A lew days ago she aent a letter to
BSiSTOaWf bit stoii .trafcffiSn
thattheohUdhadBeencalledFrancea. "Tfcetotier
alao oontalnsd H5 aa a gin to the Infant.
THF. VOTE IW XEW lORK.
What iMiauwt Swmarr ?*r
U)l Ato?l ??.
the Mxonuis iv mi ht?te im ?oot? sh*p?
AMD SIDE IMC*-< CANNOT Hl?T THEM -TBI rmO
HIStTION TOT* I.ABOEB AND THE OEORoE VOTE
smaixkb than was Kzrai-TEP.
Assistant Secretary Maynard baa Just returned
from New York. He said to a stab reporter to-day
thai be thought the effect or the democratic vic
tory must be apparent to everybody. It showed
that New York waa a democratic State; that the
party waa well organized and In good feeling, and
that the side issues like the labor movement ware
not going to hurt them. The important feature
of the situation Is U?e good will the people of the
Stat* generally have tor the democratic admlnls.
tration of both the State and the nation. The
State baa been administered by the dem
ocrats for five years, and the people
are fully satisfied, aad, of course, they feel the
?ame toward the National Administration. The
RirsOhalltles that have generally affected the
ectlons to the detriment of the democrat* were
conspicuously absent, and the contest of the State
waa upon higher political principles.
"I never bet ore saw the republicans put forth
such an eff<trt in an off year," ne mu& "Tuey ap
preciated lite importance ot the contest, and aid
all they could to secure victory. Advices I have
received this morning Indicate that the republi
cans have got smaller majorities in the outside
counties than usual. In my o* u county i heir ma
jority is 400 less than Davenpon s was over HiiL
The prohibition vote was very large and luetJeorge
vote small. i be latter drew as much from the
republicans, 1 Should say, as from tue democrats.
Oram's vote In thf* city Is about 1W.000 less t hau
thai got bv Davenport, ami It Is lair to suppose
tii.u mo George party got ihcse votes. The rail
ing on of the George vote Indicates lual the demO
ciats who vo<ed lor Mr. oeurge ror mayor <fld not
Intend to leave their party, but votea for lu.il ue
casiou only."
THE SOLD1EBS' HOME.
Point* front the Annual Report of tiea.
shiTltian.
FINANCIAL CONDITION OF TBI HOME?IMPROVEMENTS
IN PKOOHKSS?A SCUOESTION AS TO PENS IONS, ETC.
T he annual report of Gen. Sheridan, president of
the board of commissioners for tue soldiers, borne,
states that the number oi Inmates on the rolls of
the Home September 30, 1887, was wi, km of
whom Were regular and 57 temporary. The per
luanwnt-rund account, running from October 1,
18*6, to September 30,1887, shows a balance in the
SUies Tie*sUrr. October X, 1887, of
?i,00.,6fi ,.93. In explanation of the items in the
account it is stated that in February, is?7, the
premium upon the United States 4 per ceui bond*
m which the Home had *780,Ouu invested, was so
blgh that a sale oi the bonds and a deposit of the
proceeds in the permanent fund was found to be a
transaction which would be profitable to the
Home, ine bo ml* would mature in twenty years.
I lie principle aud luteal l..r tuat Urn. wouid
amount to (1,404.00(1 'ihe sales were made so
L J1?1. llIvullt"'i reallwd was within
nn .i!^t **? ! fraction oi 27;, |ht cent, and the
amount lecelved lor Hie bonus was mm.x.v u\
rtiVAV"* 1! I: r,-"t 1HT "U"UB in tue |?*iinaneiii
1 /\.*V ,lU "11 twenty vears lo
*i,.rf?VrM.4Mj u pn.m lolU(. ?OI||(. (1( WMUtlrU4<jk
"rl'>'S" ?!t.0?IOou UCI'IWIU Hi Missouri larillc
Uou.l, r.-iires-ms I lie' principal OI bonds to thai
am.,HI,, ?,.1. |< mat i.n u, and lor which llie aorne
IU" 111 a lie,-*,,
oi on a. couut oi proce-M-. ur saic oi tv,a
V..1' lUt received lor lue prup
. '? 1 n#uomc at Harrodsburg, wulch was s..id
ai public auction July 15, ls0;.
..v',u' J*''I^'n lue treasurer shows the aggregate
LXpt-nuuuies lor toe year to nave boeu t"'* t ???-*
anil lUt-IOU1 retvipur-'?s,401.1?:s \?ltu a oaiuiice
sSmor' :IU' 01 ?i'?,lT?.31. int.
I. ii.. '" ' M'eniuu on account ot new build
m0. . ueiug acuucifu noiu tue a^rvciire exDcufes
.or th- year ?asvr??, leaves uV ? 04 ? wc
lUbl ul lliUi lit ill lilt; Hon If.
IHF. rtltMlNKNT IMFKOVKMBNTS *
undertaken dunng the year have been an exten
sion of tue mala building and a boiler house which
are i.ow in progress of construction. The total
cost of these buildings will be r?iV3u?t47 and will
include an extena?v? ateain iiea i i.im and coofcimr
"Wtruius t PC? lttt.347. 'ine mJhnortalX
Uon'oV ?herida? says, manes particular men
T?E FINANCIAL OCTIXXiE FOB THE HOME,
a subject which has move?t the roinrni'i Jouen to
irequent efforts before congress for remedy, but
wltuout aval), lie places the current revenue for
a ,na*lniuiu average of
fl^.1,000, and the ordinary average expenses at
*-'oo.ouo per annum, showing that rr.vooo per an
num must be drawn from the capital lumt no lomr
as the present conditions contluue. Hecallsau
tentlon to Hie fact that extensions ?ml expeuslve
repairs wnich must be made in mo future will ln
erease nils drain, and, in time, be
lr"l1H- H'" s,?safe?ts as a remedy for tld-.
eu.bartasstneni that tougress be asked to provide
by law lor t lie payment ?.f inter >t.u> tu*- Uotue
itoiitjuly i, isko. upon ail ai-niuuts from which
money was due ihe Home prior lo that date, and
ill.ik interest be allnw.tl from maiurlt. upon
auiounts ceritni'd iroui acciaints nuule since that
date. Ihe Treasury Department Is now settling
accounts in lavoi or the ilome,cnverlng the perliid
.roin April !??, ls?ti, to liecemlier !u, Ismi and
large amounts arc lotted to bedueror the perioj of
tile tt ar in t lie UeVilion. To accept inu-iw ui>on
ihi-se aiujunts ouly from July l, lsso, would tie
a gn?al concession on tlic part of the Home which
has Imvu deprived of the principal f'>r so many
years, but the commissimers recommend thai the
method suggested by the governor be submitted
to congress lor action.
PENSIONS FOR THE INMATKS OF THE HOME.
The governor also dwells upon the subject of
pensions to the lnmat.>s of the Home, the report
says, and sets forth Uie evils which arise from the
operation of the law, which gives the inmate his
pension, though the Home supplies all his wants.
1 he governor recommends that inmates who havS
leas than ten years' Army service be reouired to
surrender their pensions to the Home while thev
remain In It aiuf receive lis benefits; those who
have trorn ten to fifteen years of srrvk* tosiirren
der two-tnirds of thrtr pensions; thoae who have
Ir?m flaeen to twenty years' service to su?end?
one-third of tb lr pensions, while men or twenty
years' service or more be permitted to retain their
pensions. The commissioners will be irlad the
report san, to recelfe any modification ofa law
Which is the cause of more difficulty in ihe man
Sm4or U,e "om* ,tian otber
The Nftvf Voucher ''ni?r<
A MOTION TO POSTPONE THE WBIT4KEB TBIAU
In the Criminal Court this after.,u?, Messrs.
?lere Wilson and Jeff t handlcrappearM and called
attention tq the case of u. a. Wiutaker, mulcted
f"r Presenting raise vouchers to the Naval Bureau
of Medicine. The latter stated that tlieca~ had
?s.n set for the 14th mst.. but since then a case of
Importance, in which he was eoomteL had been
tl.xed for trial at little Hock, Art. on fheiSh
Inst., and it would rake aliout a week He then
'rlwdistrict attorney
said that he had been endeavoring for months to
have the trial eomeon. The court said he would
dispose of the motion to-morrow morning.
Affair* In Alexandria.
Beported for The Fvehimo Htab.
^Ei^ctiom Xioht.?The election returns made
the streets lively for some hours last night but
there was not the slightest disorder. Many of the
democrat* of this section?HonTjohn ft
Bartour, Hon. ?ppa Hunton, state Auditor Havre
ex-Secretary Shepherd, Barbour Thompson,^
many otbere-gadMred at the democrauccommiu
republicans had the Reform club
rooms as headquarters, and the Hon. Lewis
McRenxle. Hon. O. R. Windsor, Chairman Dear
born, and a large^ crowd, mostly colored people,
gathered there. The Opera House was also open
SLit22nOCI?t,(i but there wereno
and after some announcements or elec
tion returns the crowd dwindled twty leaviiw
nwrnore than a score of persona m the haJf
When the count was made it was found that Mr
J; W. coroiti republican, had carried theuppSr
Ju3P Htuart the two down-town ooS
and that stuanw town majority was only 24. when
in imp it had been 5T&. This waa a surprise to the
SJ5?,?Sr^f*V*nd tI,e whole county waa heard
?om and. t waa found that Corbltt wu elected by
220> when Stuart had been elected la 1885
tbe republicans became quite Jubllant.and
made several bonfires in honor erf their victory"
Cibccit cocbt.?The State circuit court'for
Alexandria County. Judge Keith, began Its session
this morning, at the Columbus street court house
Its business consists of civil cases. \ decision in
tbesharpshlnaUeycaae is expected durl^i?
The engines were called out at 6:.lo this
morning by an alarm occasioned by the bununir of
new Delegate corblu's grocery storefon
Cameron and Honry streets. Xo damace w?S
done?Mr. W. H. H. Smith, of Washlngui
'Parlor talk at the Young Men's Christian Vssoci?!
tloo last night.?The gaa waa cut ufl from all the
mains this morning la order to put In a new vo?
eraor that u expected to add to to
WOMO. Thegas will be turned on sgaln to-ntoht-ZT
The dty council meeting having been poStponed
in eomequeace of the election will take mIbpiS!
morrow nioiiL?Mr. J. H. d. I?t h, i??K
mJtnjy.wnicVelgB, tor9000,a small hoosewiS?1
21J1? feet Jot, on the north side of Cameron
Alfred street,?Thk tool house at Cant. Pitts' 1
burning, oa Prince and Patrick sueetawL
Monday felght robbed of all the tools it <
Count Kainoky, tn
ml nee 1b Vi ?
Telegrams to The Star.
ECHOES FROM THE ELECTION'S.
Revised Returns of Yesterday's Balloting
AH AFFLICTED ROYAL FAMILY.
EFFORTS TO SAVE THE ANARCHISTS.
Judge 0*17 Intereata Himself in Fielden.
XEW YOB Ik.
?w Hetanu kk*w a Planliit far
CMk of AkMI 11.UGI.
Dispatch to Tu Itikikii 9u>
AUixr, Nor. a?Albany returns show that
Cook, democrat, has beaten col Fred Grant for
secretary of stale by about 13,000. Tlie outer can
didates on tne democratic Mate ticket ban won
by between ft,000 and 10,0uu, except KiugeralO,
whose plurality will probably be about k,uw. The
prohibition vote bus apparently readied .r>0,oou,
and t be George vote through the stale will n-H
reach ,0,oui. Gen. Charles Tracy, democrat,
made a phenomenal run for congress m this dlv
trlct, winulhit by about ^,5oo malorlt}, wnlie the
head of the democratic Mate ticket tfets ?'tlOo In
the count}", rbe republican eonntv treasuier is
elected by .Vm, aud the election ot ltutv-eU, reput?
Ucan, tor state senator is claimed b> .?). Tlie
Issue on Consrress was straight on revenue reform.
1 he republicans have *jo out of :f! senators, and 71
out ot 128 assifiublyiQ*'!!.
By Associated Pt*m.
tm nllerlar Koberuoi Circle.
-.?*** ^OK*. Nov. y.?Ex-coliector Hubert son was
elected senator rrom H e;?tcAjester County y?*wter
day oy 300 majority. He ran atead ot ui? ticket.
_ *****vti>ov- ??? Albany County yesterday save
Cook 1 i,4.o ; Grant, 15,34 ?; Oeorjfe, 1,000.
rHg KKslLT in aBoou.ru.
Bkoocltk. S. Y., Nut. y.?it was noon to-day
beiore any ot the local candidate* had any dean lie
figures of the election. The republican* elec t two.
senators and the democrats one, the same a* now
Chapin, democrat, is elected mayor by 1 70a. The
repuodcaus elect the sheriff and gain an astern
biymaa. cook has a plurality in tne city at K,?7..,
and in the whole county 10,000.
auricilti bal DEPREsaram.
?a May Help to A4taoc? the Pi?i?
i*r?pa(aada la l a|laad.
Special Cable Dispatch to Tmx Kumsu Stab.
London, Nor. 9.?ijord tjaiisbury has meet rod a
strong lepreaeutatlon on tne condition of agricul
ture, which is getting serious In the wheat-grow
ing districts. There is reason to beliere that rent
has almost disappeared, and a large number of
farmers can only tide over the winter by sweeping
reductions. The point of the representation to
the premier will certainly be in the direction of
protection, ami Churchill's outspoken declaration
for free trade has seriously damaged the move
ment. v year or two a^ro Lord Randolph wasulm
*?11 a lair 1 ruder and sirongl> supported the policy
of duties on manufactured articles. Now he has
turned completely round. His irlcuds are runous
with linn. Fair trade, however, has couttnu*?l 10
make progress anions the smaller politicians on
the lory s>de. 11 wouid uot be at all surprising If
It should seriously affect the future of the con
servative party.
THE RAWER HARD TO BE Dl'HG.
And I'll tie Doubt Felt that the Ctowa
Prince** Trouble is ( Barer.
Special Cable Diapatch to Thb Evckino Stab
London, Nov. a?it is understood that the em
peror of Germany is really dying. The prospects
of a regency of Prince Wlllian, with Bismarck at
his elbow, is already canvassed. Vary little doubt
is entertained here of the cancerous nature of the
new growth in the crown prince's throat. l?r
Mackenzie la blamed for his early optimistic news
of the case. ^
aor the AtflicM Prlacc,
_ BttUX, Sot. 9.?A trail?rla telegraphed from
San lie mo to the ufficiai by an alde-de
campt an he request or the trows Prince, Set One
?ori a the condition of the pfluco has awakened
general sorrow and sympathy. It is feared the
anxiety caused by the crown Prince's Illness will
retard the L?r>gres? or the emperor. The empress
is greatly digressed over the condition of hernus
bano and son. The newspapers unanimously ask
that regular bulletins signed by the doctors be is
sued, in order to put an end to the conruslnc unof
clal reports.
Klnn Humbert, of Italy, has telegraphed to Han
Hemo urgently Inquiring tor information about the
Crown Prince* condition.
M I.I.1VAS A SID XRITH.
Prshahlllti that They Will Have la
I'iRkt ob I'n-Brh Soil.
Special Cable Dispatch to Thk Ku sivo Si ?n.
London, Nov. ft?The police are t akliig every
possible ineusure to prevent a prize fight between
sulllvan and smith. The probability is iha< thev
will evade the police by taking boat to Boulogne
aud lighting on the French coast.
? afair to Blause the l^agn*.
Special Cable Dispatch to The I vemimo Stab.
London, Nor. ft?It is worth nothing that the
murder in Kerry, Ireland, which the Tit,*, greets
with lll-concea led delight, occured In a district
where the National League never has been power
W*y Cortl Kral(ii?4.
Special Cable Dispatch to The F.vr.sisu 8T*a
London, Nor. ft-Coru. who has resigned the
Italian embassy here, is recalled on account of his
differences with Crlspt He has not been a success
r? b 1 P?>bably be succeeded by count Dp
Mayor*, show Gets fteh
Special Cable Diiiauh to Trtr. Evynixo 8taB
London. Nor. ft?The lord mayor's procession la
taking place in a steady downpour, which, if the
rowdy element In the crowd Is Inclined to create
trouble, will certainly assist the police. Then
does not, howerer, seem much prospects of dis
turbance.
Wll.l. PROBABI.V NAVE I'lELDEKI.
JBdteiisr)- llBknaa lusportaat *tau?
Reaiis the (<oteraor Krgardlag His
C'aae.
*. uk'aoo, Nov. ft?The Tribunr this morning
says: Judge Gary has written a statement on be
half of t lie state that win undoubtedly result In
saving Fielden from the gallows. The statement
Hone or tlie "ther prisoners, and cannot
posslbl) affect their fat* one way or another. It
Is not a petition nor request for commutation of
sentence, and neither Is It a bare statement of
facta. Just what it coutains could not be learned
last night, but it Is rather a suggestion to the gov
ernor that, in view of certain tacts therein recited,
a farorable consideration of Fielden's petition
might be Justified. The judge was asked If he
would give a copy of It or make any statement as
to what the points enumerated were, but he de
t'u,nei '"The statement is in the hands of Field
en s friend*, he said, "and I do not know what
their wishes are in the matter, so 1 do not feel at
liberty to say anything about it."
"Does it contain any request that the governor
commute Fielden's sentwTce?"
, **1S/SSIf*!. no mluest ? alL 1 amply de
tailed some points In his case, and said that, in
HUFbl Ju,ufr a favorable con
sideration of his petition."
State's Attorney GrinneU was told what Judge
Gary had said, and asked if he had done anything
of a similar nature.
indorsed Judge Gary's statement In Fielden*
case, he said, "and also added a few polnu that
occurred to me."
"DM you writ* any statements or opinion I
any of the others?"
"I made a plain statement of the facta la regard
j? Schwab that I thought the governor ought to
know, but I made no suggestions whatever?
merely a statement ot facta "
"And the others?"
"I have written nothing la regard to tbeir cases,
nor will l I did not deem it policy for the state
and refused to do anything.'*
All
Qriser, Nov. ft?The fears respecting the safety
of the steamer Oregon. Capt. Wllliama which
sailed from Montreal for Liverpool November 1
have been set at rest by Capt. Richardson, of the
steamer Hannailoo, rrom Liverpool for Montreal,
which has arrived here. He reports nasisiai the
Oregon on Sunday , all well, *jo r "
Isle.
Dat BxroBT, low A, Nor. ft?The buUdinr of
the Soidlers' Orphans' Home was borned at 4 :Jo
o'clock this morning. The ?
gutted. Insurant e, 1
?( the are was a d
ot the buildup got out 1
. X. T? Hot. ft-Near
Alra Miller's team ran away.
kom the wsgoa r
Hma Be was C
asaifuuy 1
maniiL
nttr.
New Ton. Ho*. ? -A special m^>i li IM
Kinmond. V a.. MJt Twft-Chtr?? of the |UU defi
nitely fceard tram gives the 1i ?iii ih ^ uQQHir
pawl aa*iuibty The remainder tt
T6? aw* win increase ibis maturity tn * or iu?
riilng the tancraii about the mm* ma torn/
IB the tut legislature. Plr* colaM
mraaberi o( rte> kww hare r*?n elected by tM
republican*
TMium Tt, Sw. a?la PntMct county
the oOklal rot* glees aui mstocity for Uarrtaoa,
democrat, tor the state *etiaie. and Sliver. a?
rrat, for the bouse of delegate*, ow aa)utliy.
a ivnnM vktost.
TSickmond, Ti? Not. a?An.1ui.mal i*tv rtml
count** this morning serve to .vnHrti tbete.e
grim- sent la?t niglit that tbe Aetnocrats hats
gained a sweeping nnorr. and that ttiej will hat*
over to^tklrm uuKMi) in both bran, ties uf (? b
t?; tDwaMy.
9tacmtox, V*_, Not. r?Tbe official voce oC
st sun ton and August* t ountv gn??. tic1 higher
democratic candidate over th?? tUkb-- repuMi<-au
<11? tnsiority. Echols. the loweat democial ban a
maturity ot mn over Dualsp. UK" highest rvpubU
Alleghany gives about TO repubMcaa D ??
Hirttj; Hath, 11 republi.-au. and UigMsiid ?IU
five a small republican maiorttj.
OH III.
trt>r |,?a*?r? In t iariaaaii
i iaia|i i at ib*
Ctwciwsari. So*. ?.?The compete footings fl*
Hamilton county are not vet made, tm- .n<>ug?
II shown to make It clear that the republican plu
ral! Lr will to about 10,000. The uni-^d labor
leaoers are dlkappoiulitl ai d despondent. TUey
*nr confident t bat they would ?*<n i tn- ir legis.
lallve tkke', Mil when tiie returns showed k?o*
III their strongest wards tbe> ijulckly ?\e up all
aa lost. One of the leader* nays there u tio (-banc*
for a labor party here. A victory was reeded to
hold tUe men u^feturr, but now it will be iwm
U> attempt to elect a ticket in Hamilton County.
The eoden.v* ot a combination are area in <ha
Of urea of tbe goverum ? vote and tbaf at the 1<M
laiatlve ticket. The uuloa labor leglsla?>< tleger
In Cincinnati in from tsvto thi?e tHotfNM
Creator tban tor Its governor, while tl>e detns
crauc vote tor govern. >r is about four thousand
greater than tor its legislative ticket. UOt
ernor Foraker ? v. ie i? rroui sli hnndrel to ona
thousand below U<e rote uu tbc republk no legla
lat ive ticket.
THk RBPl?lU*V? *rKrSt?kI>.
The nuKJ-siu ? Ui IU. -uiuiunrs of tbe result of
tlx-election In Hamilton i <>nmv ?a> * the uui
vote was tM.xil, whl. li li. ov. r ;.,000 tban lit
October, lwa.>. mid m-srlv olicut tU'.iiMtud kwa tbau
the PresidentuI vote lu ism. Ii waa au ' lectKHi
ot Hurptlws. The ivpubilrans wer>- contl.leut ot
vlctol?, but they really did not antklput. -u.-h au
oveiwbelmlng virion. Tlie tait thai foraker
leads Powell iu this < i'untv by ne?rh 7.Mo v.-t<*s
Ui aplte of I lie trade between 'b<4 a?-iu rats uinl
the unlou katnr uicii xpeaks voluuiex 1 he uulou
labor party, instead oi closely presMng the rvpul
'.leans, or defeailtig tbein as pmli. iwl, tags (ruai
I.'>,000 to 19 000 beuihd tbem, and oh an average
..000 behlhtl the democrats. 1his la tLe end wt
tue union labor party. '
a he*vr ?TrrBi.ic*v oatv.
E. O. Rathboue. rep., is eincted ?'n.itor from
Butler and Warren C ounties by a ma)>Tit) ot "Mkk
He made a gain of nearly l.MJO In Hutler count>.
PMIMTLVAIHA.
1 neworratlr Uala mm the Male Tlrkrt
?t 10,? a* ?pwi with INM.
PaiLAPCLraia. Not. &?Estimates trum all ccuB*
tie* in l*euns> lvanla abow a plurality of betweaa
33,000 and M4.000 tor Hart, republican, for 9ia"
treasurer, a diuiocratli gain of about mono
compared with the vote fur state treasurer tb 1?
and tbat lor govern.>r last year.
heturns by oounlle* abow the following totals
lb the state: Hart, republican. ?1.812; M.s.rann,
democrat, JM.U5' Uart's p. iralliy. a.i "V7. Tleaa
returns show a dcuH? raut gain .< i,4i*taLda
republican gain of
It AMitH llttT*.
?tea' Pl?rmllt| 1?,?11 tm m Pall M.Ml
hi Elcrs* *1 Ikat si KM,
Boston, Not. r?Heturn> from all the cttlet and
towns tn tbe Mate show that 'M.\000 vote* wet*
cast yeateraay, of about vt.uou more th in in 1W*
and 'J1000 lu excess ot last year'* vote. The rota
Is divided as follow*: A lues, r>'|i., liVvl'J, Lo>er?
lng. dim., llh,:nl; Karle, pmh., lo.tjv., Marka,
{m I M K4S.
This inskea Atnes' itlnrallty 17,611 against 6.47S
last year. This Is a clear uiajorlt) of ag*im?
D'.'.titi lssti Brai kett. rep., iorU< ut*-bant-go?ernur(
has a plurality ut -.">,144 over cutting, deuu
DAKOTA.
Diilaira CairM by m ????* Ha|*rilf?
l inl Option.
VivNueot is. Misn., Nov. h.?The DaKofa rleo
tlon returns ibis morning are very meager, and
tbe figures received lb no Instance give tbe total
of t he several counuea. Ill vision has earned by ?
good majority, tbe principal opposition i ,,n..ng
trotu North Ilakota. In south Dakota t he vote In
favor ot division was very large. Local option
seem* to have gained tbe day in moat ot tbe oouo.
ties. The following counties voted In favor o(
local option: Betllman, t ass, Koau-r, urand
OrlggK Kidder, Lauioure, Nelson, Kansum, Sara
iPeiiL 1 Vat 11 HAu/iim " -
_ 1AL._
Honk, Nov. B.?<x n. Hazaao will take ?n.r.
command at Massowah. Ho will to-day Uwie a
manifesto promising to protect the rnatdiy wbM
and tbe interests or the lOlonr.
rmcaoo. Not. u.?A apedal from Chatuaoan.
Tenn., says: sberin Connor baa lust aniTal
from the soddy mines. The ringleaders ot the
rioters have lieen arrested and everything m our.
When tbe rnmintalnw re heard of the arrival of tb*
shenfTs jHisis they ret urned to the moui.tains ?-f
were arrald to make an attark. severa. deputlM
are still at tbe mlnos to prevent further trouble.
Wall street Ta>Dav.
New Voak, Nov. 8, 11 a. m.?The stock n.arWt
was generally strong this morning at aoTan<<es < <
from ?, to i* per cent, over Monday 's eiusuis
ngiires. though Jersey central and New Vork cen>
tral were exceptions with decline* of ?, and S per
cent, respectively. The trading was very dull to
tbe early trading, but became moderately active
after the nrst DHeen mtnutea, and Keadlnt abowetf
evvptional activity with a fair buain?w in four or
five others Mocks. Prl<-ea bad a drooping tendeocf
1 at Dixt and from to ?, per cent waa iofct, Lho jgti
a few sto> ks, auiong wuich Canada southern. Ma
souri Pacific and Jersey oentrai were moat col.
aplcuouH, were strung from the opening, but tb?
general list soon recovered and waa oarrted ?
shade beyond Brat prices, hi. bmond and W?M
Point advancing t, per cent. The' market again
became quiet ana remained steady, iem* 1 ting
without change until 11 o'clock, when p -tcea ware
generally small fractions above tbe opening figw
ure*.
Paats, Not. R-Sl. victor do
j ho further f Meoruan nan
renM rIre
?*wors coxnrnow or arraiaa is isuuna, ru*
nois, asp karrrctv.
caicaoo. Not. R?An hMr-Ocran stiedal frun
Evanstille, lnd., say*: Forest nres eoatimie la
this section with ln. n^sed force, lixovghovt
southern Illinois steamboat navigation has bew
impeded, and throughout the drought Uatrtct eC
Reateni Kentucky great distress continue* t^a*
tbe water famine.
?avsd by Mag I s>??
WKBCk OF * KSKIOHT WHICH W ?? Ht MKtKO ON IB
tins of a bknokv rasssKcsa raaiw.
Cricako, Not. r?A Kl.-hmond. Ind., specialssyit
A daring attempt was made last evening to wrtoK
a passenger t rain near here, some one broke opea
aswtt.'bon tb>- Midland Central side track oos
mile west or Hammond. The wav freight runaiag
ahead and on th>- time of tbe paMengcr
dashed into the . ars on the side, ? .ertumlB,
fifteen or twenty cart The engine was
beneath the cant Tbe trainmen saved theB
by ]unitilng. Damage about fl.\0Ui. Had the
crowded passenger train been on ame the loessC
life would hare been appalling
UST, l.ordoa DMa'l K Is* Hlaa.
SEN. NORUAN MOW CO UBS FOSWakt) WITS a IMUMm
caicaoo. Not. r?Tbe following has beaa ra>
cetred here, dated at Mount Vernon, OhJG. Nuw.
her ?, 1887: "To the Associated Press: oas at
your correspondents has sent brosdosat over taa
I'alon the statement that Oor. n?iss|s.
had klsssd me at a public recepuoa held u the crty
or cierwiaad. I scarcely used say (tie i iwaal
Is wholly untrue; but the high reputation ot yuar
association give* it i-olot, and 1, tberefoia, rsaMM
you to give this contradiction aa equally wiae uias
cuiauoo. Ciaoasa w. M
rsuii
CrwcrwxATi. Not. r?But^hln* t BuaC w?_
assigned to^ay. LlsbUitles fKt00%
law Blllea brT
Vumna, Not. ft.?The
(ore a oooitulttee or the
terdaj and explained at *-u
adoption <* a small calibre ?
declare that the Mannllcasr
In the world. The oommlttee ia> <uw iut
new rifles, the oppoNitios collapsing oa the laesr,
uon oi a concession that a goarter of s UllUaboi
tbe rifles shall be maaursctaiad in Buagary,
WW
Latrsx; Not. r? It Is
creditors of the Descoato oeaaelarhaft .nay i
inately recetre mo per ceat ot their i' "
Pus. Mot. R?(lea. De Coureey. fur?rlr ?
nsader of the French forxws Is Tsaqaia, Isgsafc
Losnos, Not. R?MltchsU t^ad^kwiw VnM tm.

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