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Vol 77?N?. 17,096. V.ASHIM.TON. D. C.. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 18. 1890. TWO CENTS.
THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED DAILY. Except Sundaj, AT THE ST AH BUILDINGS, 1101 Pennsylvania Are., ccrner 11th Strwl W The Evening Star Newspaper Ownpacy, S. H. KAIFFMANN, Tat evwwrwa Stab la wnxt to lotuntttuli ?b" city by rtmm, cm their ow u <-coant. it 10 e?l?l?r week. or 44c per uvBlli. Copies at the _ tfnta Mcb U? mail - ar,wl ere >u Uia I nlted Slatseor Canada? poatage prepaid?Mi cente par month. liTCmsil QciStcru Hurt Stab I1.J0 per an. pen tared at the Poet Office at Waiduugton. D. C-. aa ?arond-ctaaa mall matter J VAll mall subscriptions must ba paid ?"> *dv*n*e; mo paper arut komrer u*an paid lor. Hates ot advtrtlfiuitr umde known on application SPECIAL NOTICES. ISC ?GLEN ECHO ITT IS THE BEST INVESTMENT HOW OriUED. GOOD BO ACE HANDSOME HOTEL. ELECTRIC RAILROAD DON'T PAT FROM 5 TO 'Ji CENTS PEE FOOT FOR LAND EIJIEWHERE WHEN YOU CAM BUT BETTEB PROPEB11 ?OR LESS THAN X CENT PER FOOT. A SYNDICATE HAS BEEN FORMED FOR THE FURCHASE OF LAND ADJACENT TO THE GLEN ECHO SUBDIVISION AND A FEW SHARES ARE FOB SALE BY THE CNDEi.SIGNED AGENT* DO NOT DELAY IF YOU WANT TO GET IN ON TBE OBOCED FLOOB. O. C. PAYNE k CO . AGENTS, nlVSt 613 1 jTU ST. WE CALL AT TEN i ION Ot IHOsE LOOE inif lor* nice rt?id<>uc? to the desirable bo usee lfJ7-1 E at. and 1007 New Hamixbire avc. Each contains 10 room* *aJ bath, with ail the inodem improvement*. They are nliely rlni.lied in natural w<*>d and heated by furnacca. Kent ut tbone oa K ?t. at 9?5. TO par ruouth. New llanipehtr*ave., SM1.15 including watar rent For leaee ouly. n!5 Jt* B. H. WAKSEK i CO. Ol'R TH ANESOIVI.no OFFEiUNO. _~> oar Friend.. Carpenter*. Brlcklayera. Plasterer* and Machinists aua >11 other* who have ?> generously patronized u* tLe paat three years We will ifirr a discount af 15 per cart From our regular pr.res on ail Table Cut.err and a illncount of 10 par oaut on all Me chanic*' Tool* purchased front ua the next tan cUya, ^omniencinw Monday, the 17 th, ?ad continuing to th? 27th. THA>KSGIVINW DAY. All good* fully warranted aa uitxal. CHAilt. CARTEB * CO.. 8 doors from 6th It. 606 Pa. are. n. w. nl5-a.tn.th.a-4t THE ANNUAL MEETING OF STOC'E- I . - hoid' r* of the Columbia Title Insurance Cunpeny of tlie Dutrtct of Columbia for the election ? I fifteen triia'-'f* will be beni At the othce of the com pany, 500 -~>th at. u.w , i-a MONDAY. December 15, 1 ft90. At I O'clock P.m Pull* will be opaB from i to 4 o'clock | m. Book*for traualer of atock will becloaed December 5, 18U0. J. D. COUGHLAN. nl 4-e.tti.t, it-del 5 Secretary. ,YOU CAN ALWAYS SAVE MONEY BY ? , bavin* your I.atrebe*. Eurnacee and r.sago work properly attandeU to. Iweuty-flve pattern* of Latrobea m atock; price* to *ult. Novelty Meeti'Ute and MuioUda' Mfg. Co.. Culver Earnarea. tUngi a with water back, g 15 and upward. Keeeut improvements In at ore and ware holla*, and work ehop Ui rear. m?o me uueguaied lacliitlee for haudliug all cla?*ea of work with ulapati L Opau of eveuiugs until lOr.nr JN>> VOKAN.-Jl-6 Pa-ave. Telephone. 984-4, a-D-3m .NOTICE OE>OKFElTI RE OF STOCK. _ stockholders in the Linotype Company of the District of Columbia who have failed to pay tbe aae?'rtan:?ut. heretofore ordered l.y the Company are hereby notified that their stock and ail previous pay taenia made thereon will be lorteited uiileaa *11 arrears | ar? paid at tbe office of the treaaurar. t>l? 14tb*t. li- w . Within lh? time prescribod bylaw. <8ec. 500. Retlaed statute* of the l). B.. rrutUK to the District c>: Columbia. > By order of the Board of TruateM. SAMUEL M. BRYAN. President. Attest: FRANK W MOULTON, Secretary. _ol4-?w* WaabiM^tou. D.C.. Oct. 13. lStHX ^CHARTERED BY CONGRESS 1U1& 'BANELIN INSURANCE CO, ot WaaUlnstoa, D.C. CAPITAL AND SURPLUS ?335,000.00 I Haa never contested a loaa by ftre, but always makes prompt and liberal adjuetmenta. Dr. DAN'L tt CLARKE. ] GEO. E. LEMON, Vice Preat CH AS. a BRADLEY. Treat. L FENWICE YODNO, Seef. WILL P. BOTELER, Arst. Secy. ?27-3m CERTIFICATES OF STOCE AMD _ Cheques, All methoda of Printia# aac rnrraTin* GEDNEY k ROBERTS. tnh-*y 407 10th *t.. Adjvuiiur Poat BuUdin? ~ LACE CUB I A INS caUel for, takau down and laChdried with SUPEKIOR FINISH and delivered at SO CENTS FEB PAIR. Satisfaction ruaranten'. in every particular. TALE STEAM LAUNDRY. a'i'i ICth su. near cor. of T. r. a walker h da Tblepfcoa* eaB-1092-S. b15-SHb A Remarkable Cure Of DISCHARGE FROM THE EAR OF OTEB TH1BTY YEABS STANDING, Statement from MR. EDWIN F. JONES, 1H20 13th street north west. For over thirty year* I waa aerloualy troubled aad | Annoyed from a profuse discharge from my left ear. attended with almost total loaa of hearing on that j aide, and although rreatly inconvenienced by the deaf tiaea, yet I tared nothin* for that in compariaon with I the exceedingly oOeaslve nature of this continuone | ill liana. Pbyaiclana who examined my ear pronounced it in curable; eouie feared that the stoppajre of this Ion* ' existing flo v mmlit prove detrimental to mr health or | even eniianrer my life ltaelf, bat seeing a statement from Mr. T. E. lioeeele, proprietor of the AriinKtoti, of B similar caae cured by Dr. Li?hthlll of thla city. 1 mined new hope and applied to that physician for re lief, and 1 am happy to state that in about three mouths' time Dr. LlchUiill succeeded in curing my case completely. There haa been no discharge for over five month*, my bearing baa improved and my general health la aU riirht In recommending Dr. Eighth ill aa a skillful special, iat I but perform a duty I owe to those Ufcewiaa ef- i fee ted. EDW1M F. JONES. Washington, November 17,1890. DR. LIUHTHILL, BreciaMet for the cure of Catarrh. Deafness. Throat Affections, Asthma and Consumption, can ba dally conaulted from S until 12, aud from 3 to & at his real deiAce, 1411 E STREET, NORTHWEST. r.18 I'eloubets Select Notesi BURLBVT'S ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES, And other Couimentariee oa the iBternatioaal Sunday School Leaaons tor lthl. C. C. PUBSELL. Docks aad Stationery. Wholesale and Retail, slS-3Hm.lt> 41S OTH ST. N.W. Table Warb. GOKHAM PLATE. CANDELABRA TEA SETS, MEAT AND VEGETA BLE DISHES. CBN a KETTLES AMD WAITERS, INDIVIDUAL TERRAPIN ?ISHE3, SCOLLOP SHELLS AMD FAMN1EIMS. W1ME COASTERS, FERN DISHES. Ac, Bo. AT THE MANUFACTUBEB'S PRICES, IM POINT OF QUALITY. FINISH AND DURABIL ITY THEME GOODS HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO EyC \L AND IN DESIGN ARE MOT SURPASSED bY THE HIGHEST OBDEB OF SOLID blLVKB WARE. We are wepared to furalak onmplsts ssta or alagle pieces, aad have la atock Om lateet pattern*. Just pro dwoad. tor ilWo-Sl. M. W. OALT. BRO. A CO.. JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITH^ ?!? 1107 Psaua. Ave. ' UBS! fU&S II Another supply of Sealskin Shoalder CapeSi with Flaring Collar*. Sealskin Jacket*, la ?nail, a.adiaa aad large sues, at $110 and apwarda. Wool Sell. A*tracb*a, Skunk. Mink and Persian Lamb Cape*. AU gobda rsliaUe aad aold as low sa anf i ia America. Large (tuck to select frosa. DUN LAP'S MEW TOBE HATSL WTLLETT A SCOFF. BATTEBS AMD FURBIBB* POC. I'EXN. AVE. f T. WALKER SONS. 3t>4 3OTH HT. N W._C.AB v * pet Lining. 5oyarda. gl 5oaadgl.75il. a and r** T SPEC! AL NOTI CESj_ W ->DR ?? MOORE, 10TH AND E. *TH. l^Jru.w. - Rheumatic, Nervotia Mit chronic treet.-<1 by Mechanical Maeaage. Swad'ah a^arm i.ienta. Electricity. Hot-air Baths, Ac.; hu bad a laiye e tperience at Hot Hrrlm. Art. n' pt r>R T. W. STUBB1.EF1ELD. SURGEON dentlai formerly with DrV. O. Enurht. begs to intorm bli petioua mud Ir lende that he baa removed bis itental pirlori (u 1 111) Kat. d. w.? over Matasrott a mI2T?o Operative and prosthetic d?t?try in all Ita branches. g^- -^hpkciai. today-oknrixk lynnha venBayUyater* an<l Diamond Back rerrai'iue attbeOWkN MOUSE. 1413 Peniieylvania av?i. TW wt partica a specialty. _ ^ YOU WANT PLATES MADE REFOBK and insertea immediately alter the a* rec tum"! te?!b. with nowaitlug at all. call and ronanJt Dr. J. BAKlLEn MILL* Speoali.t In Artificial leeth. 13.il F at. n.w. ?10-lm* .CUSTOM -M ADK HHIKTR?-THIS I?4 ?HE _ bMt time to place your order, aa a shirt Is morecoinforteblelor summer wear after bavin* bean worn through tua winter. With a "Shirt Kaetory" on tiia preruieee under tne management of k practical and ioug-expaiieuced cutter we am prepared to execute all < rdera left witn na at abort notice. guaranteeing In e'nT?rUn"* * WARD* ^THROP. ^ ? ^OABDEMliU DONE IS ALL ITB k uRiNrlH'fl uhawsq akd hodd,nu.hbi b teimm TRtEB. VINES AND SHltUBBERi ?'BKMbUU? AND PLANTED. wn,l.lS B. CLARK. oyj-lm 013 121H BT. N.W. ?IMPORTANT NOllCE TO OA8 CONSUMERS. Arrangements have been made for tteconvenlenoe c,f I croons liTimrln the eastern sud western sections ol the city bv wuiob they csu l ay their gas bills dar ing l-nkm, houraTato!Cit ^ on THE WERT END NATIONAL BASK. Ellis paid on or before the Nth of each month. AND THOSE ONLY, will be entitled to the discount of ?uc. ,,*oJ1U>0*1?h'nStOK GAB LIGHT COMPANY. ,4 CARD "ro MY FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC. I have opened an office at &11 11TH ST.. BETWEEN K AND F 813. K.W.. For tha conduct of a GENERAL BEAT. E8TATE and RLN'l COLLECTING business, and I respectfully solicit a sbare of your patronage aud guarantee to give prompt, reliable and personal attention to any busi ness placed in uiy hands. Respectfully, ,AMES fiAHBOUR. _Telephone-060 nft--'w fc~^?DlVlDEND DECLARED BY ?US> TUE WASHINGTON TITLE INSUR ANCE COMPANY. Notice la hereby given to the stockholders of the Waahington lltle Jnaiirance Company that a dividend of tweuty iWOl cenu on each ahareof the capital atock of tbe company haa beeu dfClaied aud oi derod to be paid ou tbe 1st of Decombcr, 1?00, at tho office of the couipany. WM. BUuH ulo-Utaw-'.'w Secy, and 1 reas^ ?^ENTERTAINMENT AT BRIGHT WOOD Hall, for the be no lit of Btansbury LaxW a. N?x ?_4 i A. A.M.. THURSDAY E\ LN1NG. Noveu Lnir JO. Excellent Vocal and Instrumental Con-mat Sp.tu. bsnclLg at 0:30. with excellent mu?ic. Adiniaslon. ?'d ceiiis. special cars vuIukand rcturulug. ulo-*'. * SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. E. F. BKOOKS. 631 13TH ST. N.W.. CORCORAN BCILDISO, Having purchaaed the remainlcir stock of THE MITCHELL-VANCE CO.. CRYSTAL CHAN DLLlfcRH, Thsae superior Koods are now offered at GREATLY REDUCED PuIOES. GAb F1XTLRE4, CHANDELIERS. LJBItAl.Y SLIDES, _ HALL LIGHTS, GAb BRACKETS, MEW EST DESIGNS AND FINISH. MOST COMPLETE STUCK SHOWN IN T1IIS CITY. BELLING AT COOT A BEAUTIFUL LOT OF IMPORTED BRONZES. p8-eo'-!ia FIDELITY AND DtPOKIT COMPANY, OF MABYLAND, 7 NORTH CALVERT STREET, BALTIMORE. CAPITAL. ?.?0O,000. BECOMES SURETY MANAGES ESTATES. ACTS AS REGISTRAR. BECEIVES DEPOSITS. MAKES LOANS. OFFICERS: CLINTON P. PAINE, President &W1N UwWS8i\ Vtoa Pmld-tB. GEORGE W. BISHOP. Trsanurer. HERMAN L BOSLER. becretary. Becomes surety on bonds of Lxrcutora, Administra tor-. Guardians. Receivers, Trusteaa. kc., and in all undertakings in Judicial proceedings. Ouarantaea the fidelity of salaried officers, clerks and employes. Receives money on deposit subject to check, and al low a Uttareat thereon. Makea loana on approved collateral and Mortgage* Is a legal depository for Coort and Trust fwnds. Man?as Eataiee lor Esecutora. Admluiatratora, Guardian* trnstsea. kc. Collects rents, incomes, Ac. t POOLE A KNOTr, General Amenta, _ol*-eo3m 610 18th at. n.w .SHOE HUMBUGGERY. Do not be humbugged into bellevlnx that yon can buy 86 Shoes for 83110 or $4.60 Shoes for 83.40. but buy from a reliable dealer wbo sells on the AMERICAN PLAN. Til: 83 Shoes for 83, 84 Shoes for 84. Ac. After an experience of over forty yaara in this same stand I continue to aall reliable, well-made BOOTS AND SHOES aa low (for same qualities; aa any adver tised prices. ROBERT COHEN, 630 PA. AVE. S.W., SOUTH SIDE. n!4-St* ESTABLISHED 1S3B. ARE YOU PERFECTLY SATISFIED With tbe Tone. 8tyle and Flniahof your praaent Piano? If not caU at the BRADBURY PALACE OF MUSIC, Pennsylvania ave., and hear the "sweet toned Bradbury." Cases of English oak. antique mahogany. Circaaalan walnut, ruiewood and cherry. Sold for cash or on easy monthly payments of 810. I Old Bquarea taken in exchange. n!3-23t LEGAL BRIEFS. PETITIONS, ACL, SO cer.ta per page, 60 copies. New type. Large pages. BYRON 8. ADAMS. il2 11th st. u. w, nC-3m Three doors below W. 11. Moees A Bona. (NOTICE TO PERSONS OWNING PROP _ erty in Alexandria county and residing in W sehlogtun city: To sccvmuiouate these taxpayers I will be at the real estate office of James K. Clement*. 13','1 Kft.u w., Waahin^ton, D.C.,ou ihe lNUi aud 11*111 DAIS Ok NOVEMBER, from 9 uutll 4 o'clock, to receive end receipt for such taxes. By prompt pa>meut at that time they will, under tbe law, avoid a penalty ol a per cent. W. C. WIBIRT. ull-Tt Treaaurerof Alexandria Co., Va. THE GREATEST BARGAIN EVEB OFFERED IN WABH1SGT0N. Our Own Special GENUINE ENGLISH BCDDER8F1ELD CHEVIOT SUIT!, Color warranted. To ?aasnre, only..........81S. Worth 830. Oona and get sample of ?TRASBUCGEB, THE POPULAR PRICE TAILOR, nStoSO Noa. 1114 and llltf Fat. n.w. FIRST PAYMENT?'JOTH ISSUE NOVEMBER, 1890. EQUITABLE CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION, "EQUITABLE BUILDING." 1003 F ST. Aaacts 8L1 jj.Vi08.2L Office hours from 9 a.m. to 4 30 p.m. dally. On ths first Wsdneeday in each month the office will be open from 0 to S o'clock p.m. Advance* wUi be made promptly at 7 o'clock. Tha -'Oth laaue of atoofc la open for anbecriptlon. Shares are 82.50 per month. 81,o00a?lvauced ou each share. PempUlsts explaining ths objects and advantages ti tha tsannstlna are lurntahad upou application THOMAS SOMERVILLE, PrsTt ISO. JOY ED SON. Soc'ry. *7 ICE?COAL-WOOD. Beat eraUea. loweat prices, red AMERICAS ICE COMPANY Mala office, loth aud F n.w. Telephone 480. Branch olbc-, bOW Pa. ave. u.w. Telephone 64 J. C TAYLOR. Aaeuiant Secretary and Traaaui JOHN MlLLk.ll. Vice Prea't, in cnaxge of fuel <W A UK' , UVt t. C TAYLOR. Assistant Secretary and Treaaurer. Bangor Latha at wholsaale. o21 3m E. M. WILU8. Manager. _ . SR.A. W. SWEDBF.RO. GRADUATE ONTA _ rlo Veterinary Colleve, deatrea to Inform i and tha iresiaral pahlic that his hesdqnartars la at the "kradoala," EA hat. 13ib and 14th n.w. Tel ephone, 166. ' al-Iy BUT YoCR COAL, COEE AND WOOD from tha reliable Ana of JOHNhoN retail dealers hi tha SPECIAL NOTICES. ^TliiHN'8 CHRISTIAN TEMPERANCE Union. -Regular Goepel meeting it their uewTeadyuarur*, H imodaugbai* building, 1406 G at. n. w., Wt.VS BsDAV, 1:30 p.m. 1> MhMBEllS OF CALANTHE LODGE. P^STnu- 11. K. of P., are directed iu meet at their Cattle Hall, 902 Pa a??.. at I o'clock p.m. V> EDNK8UAY. sov^mtwr 10. 18tK). to attend the funerul of onr late brother. Hob*t Ev*n*. By ordar of th* lodg* q ^ ^ roxwKLU It Acting K. of B. and 8. Jf-^aJOURNETMEN PLUMBERS, ATTENTION. Ail member* of the tmlon will meet Atbeir hall on TUESDAY at 7:30 i'.m. sharp to take action in regard to tha death of our lute brother. Kobt. kv.ui*. If NICHOLAS PLAhS. Hee.8*. THKO. L. CUY1.ER OF BROOKLYN. Pv^T^ N. Y.,wlll addraaa the Yonng Men'a Christian Association at tbatr thirty-eighth anuiv*r**ry, FBI DAY. November 21, 181)0,7:4 j p.m.. at the Firat Baptist Church, 10th and O St*. n.w. Every bod 1" in vited. n 18-41 DO RICH MEK NEED MFK ASSURANCE! l'ea, rich man do need I.lfe Aaenranca. There are many meu who are rich only to the extant of their Life Inauraace policiee. There are alao men who, thouirh reputed rich, would be almoat pauper* were their affair* to be settled up today. Capitalists and shrewd buaiiieae men are the greatest kdvooatea of Life Aaanrance?and prac tice whit they preach. John Wanaiaeker car ries an enormoui sum upon hia life. Life A? aurauce policies are the beet of all aaaetaia ?vtnt of death, as they repreecnt caah-aapecially If the policiea are In the Equitable. BOWES k HALL, Equitable Life Aeauranoe Society, n!8 1320 F at. n.w. REV. W. S. P1JDDEFOOT. THE CELE - brated home mlaMuunry, will give ono of hia irtuiitable talks ou homo i:ilaaiona at Uj? Coukr-ifa tioual church, cor. loth and O *(*., ou WEDNESDAY ttomorrow) EVkNING at V :3t> o'clock. It* ,1 HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUBLIC*TliAT I will not be r*?Pon?ible for any debts con tracted by my wife, Sarah Bu< hauau. Signed hia JOHN X BUCHANAN. nl8-2t* mark. W ASniNGTON.D.O.. NOV. 17, 1800. _ TO THE PUBLIC': ^ Th^ i *rtner*l>ip heretoloie existing between WILL IAM T. HALDUS ainfWALTON H RAUB, doing bual n?ea under the firm name of BaLoUS k RAUB, Drug gists. at 1131 l&th st. n.w., baa this day been die ?olTetl by mutual consent. The business will be continued by WAI-TON B. BACB. s> the former aland, who will receipt for all account* due. VS il.Li A M T. lJAl-DCB. WALTON B. BAl'B. Having purchased the interest of Mf. William T. Ila.dux In tha above-mentioned Arm. 1 will continue I the busin< as in my own name, and respectfully tolicit the pstrouave of the public, guaranteeing prompt and accuiate tervice. pure and trcah drug*, and roovlnat LABONABLt luicea. WALTON ft. HA IB. 1131 l&th st. n.w. Telephone call 587-3 nlb-3t A SUNDAY SUIT ?20. We have a soft, black worsted (Clay weave) in a Three-button Cutaway Frock, edges bound, style of vest, aiugle-breaated, five bullous with notch collar; with this Coat aod Veat we give your choice of about twelve pattern! of Troua ers for 920. OEOBGE 8PRAN8Y. One-price Clothier, nig 4347th?tn.w. WE ABE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW OUR WINTER STOCK OF CARRIAGES. Compriaing all the lateet style* of Bronghama. F.*ten*ion-front Broughams. Demi Ciahes, Berlin Coacben, 81x-se*t Hockaway* and <-onpe Bockaways. Our styles are exclusive and the wort mat nhip and finish are equal to that of sny builder in the country and excelled by none. Our dlaphiy of Fine Harueas far Hurpaasea an; - thing iu that line ever shown in thla city. Oar stvck of Carriage Robe*. Uorae Blauketa and Stable Belongings is fill and complete. The atock ia large and *ale< tinn good ANDUEW J. JOYCE'S SONS, New Warerooma, 10'JS and 1030 Conn. ava. P. 8.- We keep every article nisiaaary for tha Horse, Stable and Carriatfc tll*W 1 wiiu TBS WSATHKae ' .. ..... JUtr till Thurtimt; eooltr; nortHxrttUrly SATING OF ZO FEB CENT Onr Price on Beet Board*. ?1.16 PER 100 FEET, # The regular price eleewbere on aame Lumber $1.36 PER 100 FEET. LtBBEt) BITTINOER it MILLER, nig 8tb at. and New York ava. ,SAFETY. BRILUAN0Y. In Georgetown. fBATT'B CELEBRATED ASTRAL OIL, In one and fire gallon cans. At BKCKER'H PAINT STORE Telephone call StlT. (ul7-lui] 1^30 3-d at. ,A SPIRITUAL HOSPITAL. ft Did yon ever think that 1* what the church ia; ? a place for the treatment of moral diaeaee! A place to try to get belter, little by Httle, according to yo?r strength, COME TO THE MISSION AT ST. JAME8 CHURCH. Sth st. bet B and O n. e., BEY. FATHER HUNTINGTON, Order of the Holy Croaa, Miaaloner. Mlaaion December 0 to December 21, 1800. berv Ices announced later. nl~-6t ?BT. JAME8' CUURCU, 8TH NEAR B ST. - n.a,?Exhibition of new organ, built by Tbeo C. KnaufT Co., 1'hlladclphla and New York, l? 8 o'clock p.nu '1 HUh8b AY. November 20. Recital to Mr. Theo. C. Knuuff. The public invited. Ofleringk for the organ fund. nl7-4t .ALL IHHID T E il PL A118 ARE INVITED TO attend the fair of Naomi Lodge st Odd > *1 loaVHall, 8th st a.e. on WEDNESDAY MIGHT. Novemt'cr 10. said night being dealguated Go 4 '1 entp*ar night. [uL-Ilt] A. KALsTKOM. G.C.1. ATTENTION. MIR KNIOHTS OF OOLUM H * bia Divitiou. No. ,'t, U.K.K.P.?You aro re uue?ted to meet at the armory, ou 11th at. n.w? on VVEI>NESDAYat I :3l) p.m. nharp, In full uniform, to attend funeral of liro.Slr Knight Hubert Kvana. Wash ington Dlviaion, No. 1. Neiaon Division, No. 2, and Hormione Dlviaion, Na 4, reapectfulbr Invited to at tend with u*. JNO. t SMITH. nl7.lt Sir Knight Commander. ? M1THBAS LODGL OF PERFECTION hold its stated meeting at the Oatliedral or ,he Scottish Bite on ulV-2i becrelar y. M. K. MPIR. FORMERLY WITH V?u IUuth. wUb<? to inlorni ih?* puo Uc tlmt abf> t? located 7^0 lltU iV u.w.. wU?w ?h? wUl l<? f\mil to awn tbeui In ?itb?r dr?M or cloak de partuient. h*-1'** EEMOVAE--EA8TON k RUPP, STATION , era. cor. Pa. ave. and 1.1tla at., have removed llili ?t. u.w.* op|Mi?lU fttur olHoc. V. "k * A. M. EVAN?vpAlNX>.6b !>*>?? tut*, have removed to 1217 Peuna. ava. u.w. CHURCH FAIR1*! TEACHEBS AND other* c?n buy averythuig at wholesale ur.ee at J. 1. GOULD'S, 421 tfth at. Napkin*. Tissue Paper, Tree Ornament*, Toy*. Jap Delia, Kna, Scroll*. Noveltle*. a 16-7* .MASSAGE * AT PATIENTS RESIDENCE. FROF N IBSEN, uB-l'Jt* 1402 14 th at n.w. TO WHOM IT MAT OOXCEBNI The Ume has arrived when peraoaa who ewe anat pay them or lose their credit Do not tak4 oflenea when yon receive onr notice*, bnt if yon are unable to pay go and maka aouae *r t with the party you owe toward* a settle it. What wa want ia protectiua for oar merchanU agaluet that claaa of peraoaa who aa. hat will sat pay their Mile. Thoee peraon* who have failed to make any arran** ?ent for aettllng their bill* after havtt* baas prop erty notified will be raportad to tha member* *f Ike Merchants" Mutual Protective Calen Dm?tir X m un worthy of credit Thla sas s elation yen and all other Thi* association eatbeacea jnerchante. hill, law ' Wetope1 memUw 1wSWwnd*f?* fiaja pf namSTof pat*oaswhohav*faMail toaetUaa??ahaain?innat th*r*fur In time for our report pf name* of i. & BROWN, ? Washington News and Gossip. Mm m Adverttof?e?u. A SfTJSEMENTS Put* 10 I ATTORN ESS. Ps** 8 ' AUCTION SALES ... Pao 7 \ BICYCLES -P?K? 7 HOARDING rwr? 3 ] BOOKS AND STATION KB* Pwre 8 BUSINESS CHANCES P?*e .1 ] CITY ITEMS ......Piire 10 [ COUNTRY BEAL ESTATE P*** 3 j DEATHS...,. I1*** ? DENTISTRY Pwre 7 EDUCATIONAL _..P??e 8 EXCURSIONS. PICNICS, fcc. ....Pure 10 FAMILY SUPPLIES Ps*e 8 FINANCIAL P**e 7 FOR RENT (Orncss) _ Pur* 2 ! FOB RENT (Rooms) a....Pure 2 FOR RENT (Stabixs) P??re 2 FOR RENT (Stobks). Ps?e 2 i FOB RENT iHoi'nu) Pure* ! FOB SALE (Housksl P??? 3 | FOB SALE (Loth) P??re 3 FOR SALE iMiscellaxsoU*) I'?*e 3 | GENTLEMEN'S GOODS - P?*e 7 HOTELS I'WO 10 I LADIES' GOODS P?*e 8 LECTURES ? P*S? 10 LOCAL MENTION Pwre 10 LOST AND FOUND Pa*? ? MANICURE ???? MEDICAL - - P?K? 8 MISCELLANEOUS PMTO & MONEY TO LOAN P**o 3 NOTARIES PUBLIC P?*? 2 OCEAN STEAMERS Pair* H POTOMAC ltlVEB BOATS P?*s 8 PIANOS AND OBGANS P?|T? ? I PERSONAL. Pure 3 l'BINTEBS Pwr 7 PROFESSION AL P??^7 PROPOSALS - - rnr? 7 i RAILROADS .. P?*e 8 SPECIALTIES P^?e S SUBURBAN PROPERTY P??e 3 WANTED (Board). Pare 2 WANTED (H?lp) P*tfe 2 WANTED (Housed P?*? 2 WANTED <Lot*> P**s 2 WANTED (Rooks) Pars 2 | WANTED (Situations) la*o 2 WANTED (Mikeliuneou*) fw 2 WINTER RESORTS I'M' 10 A STAR SALE. The Star has for tale on its bar* gain counters newt for iU readers and publicity for ita advertiser*. In neither of these commodities ha* it a rival a* far a* Washington is concerned. It publishes all the now* and rcochue all the possible customers in the District of Co lumbia. Government Receipts Todat.?Internal revenue, #170,538; customs, #315,526. World's Fun Appoint*est.?The President has appointed John Corooran an alternate com missioner to the Columbian exposition at Chi cago from tho state of West Virginia. Naval Orders.?Lieut. V. R. Harris has been ordered to duty at the Naval Academy; Surgeon J. J. Avres to the receiving ship Wabash; Boatswain Ilollowi-U Dickenson detached from tho Franklin and ordered before a retiring board. The India* Situation.?The War Depart ment officials havo received no uews today of any change in the situatiou at the Pine Ridge, Standing Rock aud other Sioux agencies, and as competent officers are on the watch at al> points where trouble is threatened whose busi- \ iK-ss it is to report any significant ovents, it is taken for granted that no immediate trouble is at hand. Stained Windows Must Pat Dutt.?Tho Treasury Department has denied an applica tion for the free entry of two casea of painted glass windows imported by Miss Charlotte Williams and inteuded for presentation to Trinity Church. Baltimore, on the ground that "stained or painted window glass or stained or painted glass windows," whether pictorial in character or not, are liable to duty under the existing tariff act. Returned Fro* Gettyrburo. ? Oen. Grant, assistant secretary of war; Gen. Batcbeldor, quartermaster general; Surgeon Gen. Baxter and Lieut. Col. Dandy returned to tho city last night from a trip to tho battlefield of Gettys burg, where they spont Sunday. It is sur mised that the visit was for the purpose of not ing the position of the monuments that are to mark the confederate positions daring the battle. Revenue Appointments.?The Secretary of the Treaaury has made tho following appoint i ments in the internal revenue service: Richard Meiroso and Hotirv J. McCormick, United j (States gaugers, Ban Francisco, Cal. Kdmon B. Renshaw, Sacramento, CaU. United 8tates ! ganger. George M. Wetherbee, San Francisco, ] CaL, United State* storekeeper. John T. King, j Tim, Va., aud Fabius U. Perry, Raleigh, N.C., United States storekeepers and gaugera. Personal.?Dr. Howard Van Doren haa left for a two months' southern tour. Copt and Mrs. B. F. Johnson havo returned from Indianapollj, where thoy have been for the past thirty day*. Mr. E. J. Pull man has returned from a trip through western New York and Pennsylvania. Mrs. Dulauey and family of Han Francisco, E. R. Hendrick and family of Missouri, llarry Zyclcr of Philadelphia, E. A. Alvord ana wife of New York and A D. Groor of Maryland are | at tho St. James. Dr. Win. G. Schafhirt has returned to the city. B. W. Dander* of Ver mont. Jno. A. tSchroeter and wife of Ohio.H. A. Deardorf of Philadelphia and Mr. aud Mrs. Brisede of England are at the Hotel Johnson. Hon. D. M. Sabiu of Htillwater, Minn., Frank C. Iiibbard and wifo and Ml** Hiblmrd of South lieud, Ind.. Mr. and Mrs. Edward 34. Este brook of Holyoke, Mass., B. K. Hoppiu, Miss Hoppin and Miss Bertha Tunberluko of Chicago arc at the Hotel Arno.??Mr. Edgar Baum, the son of Mr. Adain Baum of Mount Sterling. Ky.. has resigned his position asclork in the life saving service and ocoepted un en gagement with Robert Downing, the actor. A. Parrisb of Philadelphia, Arthur Braosham of Meriden, and J. H. Rogers of England are at tho Arlington. II. W. Harrison of Brooklyn, John W. Lewis and wife of Springfield, Ky., Wm. E. Cole of Fond du Lac. Wis., H. C. M. Pennington of U. H. army, Norman Findlay of New York, and E. B. (Smith of Fort Worth, Texas.are at the Ebbitt. K. M. Louts of Den ver, Chaa. N. Fowler of New York, Chas H. Meyer and wife, C. M. Gilbert and G. E. Gil bert of Maine ure at the Riggi Wm. L. M. Brait of Wheeling. W. Va., Jno. H. Baritux of Roanoke, Va., and Charles S. Loch of New York are at Willard's. Real Kstute Mutters. Boutelle Fraxier has bonght for 913,100 of Galderou Carlisle et aL part lot 9, square 347, fronting 38 feat on 14th between L and M streets northwest. II. W. Blunt has bought of L Thomas Davis for #13,040 lot 95, Beall's addition to George town. 60 by 130 feet on Be all a treat. Eugenia Brittingham has bought for #8,700 of J. M. Gregory at al. lot 83. Lanier Heighta. J. H. Gheen haa bought of C. M. Collen for #9,750 lota 08 and 69, square 310, fronting 40 feet on P between 14th and 15th atreeta north west. A. L. Sal taste in has purchased of P. Q. ga tu tor #9,000 lot 4. square 645. 35 by 130 feet on 4% between M and N streets southwest, and 54. square 503, 35 by 133 feet on M between 4X and 6til atreeta southwest. Dr. W. K. Butler has bought for #8,500 of a M. Smith parts 35 to 37, square 381, fronting 36 feet on M between 13th and 13th streets north west. Sarah E. Harvey has purchased of Harry M. Schneider for #5,000 sub 40, square 87,18 by 54.67 feot on 34th between L and M streets northwest L. G. Eatee haa bought lor HMO of J. A. Bryan subs 59 to 63, Mwrs 878, 48 by 93.5# fees In alky between T, G, Sd and 4th streets north A Burfth haa bought of Ada a L. Halee tor #4,386.46 part I, sonars 450, 30 bv 180 feet 3 inehea on 6th street between Mew fork avo ??e and L street north weak. 4 THE TICKET OF '84 AGAIN. j b it to Bt Cleveland Against Blaine In '027 that'* what th* politicians bat?lessons of THE NOVEMBER ELECTION?"BLAINE VINDI CATED"?DEMOCRATS OF ALL TH* RATES M- j CEPT NEW TOBE FOB CLEVELAND. The candidates for '93 srs being discussed with almost a* much earnestness as if the nom inating convention* were about to be held. It is astonishing what s near approach to unanimity there is In the opinion that the two men brought to the head of their respectivs parties by the result of ths election are Blaine and Cleveland. It Is in the month of nearly every politician who oomes to ths capital, from whatever section of the country, that Blaine alone of his party has come oat of this election without a scratch, and that if the party is to win in '92 it must be with him as the standard bearer and that the platform mnst be of his making. The tile has set in so strong already that when the next republican convention meets some of the best informed politicians bolieve it will be merely a question of WHETHER OB SOT MR. BLAINE WILL ACCEPT the nomination. Ever since the election there has bssn a very loud cry of "Blaine vindicated." Now, as showing how serioiu s view of the matter is taken, some of those who have their own presidential aspirations are trying to whisper into the party ear another interpreta tion of ths language at ths polls. Here and there iu certain quarters au effort is being made quietly to give currency to the idea that if Mr. lilaine had not spoken out bis opinion of the McKinlry bill the republicans all over the country would hare taken it without question. This talk is not apt to make much impression, as the only implication in it is that Mr. Blains refused to deceive the public as to what he be lieved to bo the defectj of the McKinley bill. EVERT STATE EXCEPT DEW TORE. There appears to be no room to doubt that Cleveland has the democracy in nearly every state in tho Union except Mew York. In the latter Htate Tammany has no love for Cleveland aud just now Tammany is the democracy there. Tho question which worries the demo crats is not whether Cleveland can carry the democratic delegation from other state* so much as whether he can carry New York if he gets tho nomination. Democrats from every direction who have expressed any opinion on the subject assumo, as a matter of course, that Cleveland will be the leader in 'S2, and the democratic newspapers, with but a few excep tions here and there, tell the same tale. The Tammany people too arc a little less outspoken iu their opposition to the big man, possibly be cause they see they roust take him as tho nom inee; possibly because they hope to detest him witli their man. Hill, and want to avoid alien ating Cleveland democrats in case Hill doss win. SEW TOBE MUST FALL IK USE. An important feature of the situation is, however, one that Mr. Springer calls attention to. The New York state convention ie one of the very last to bo held, and before it has met about three-fourths of the states will have de clared for Cleveland at their democratic con ventions and there will be nothing for New York to do but fall in line. A LIVELY riXE EXPECTED. Policy of the Two Parties In Congress During the Short Session. WILL THE RESULT OF THE NOVEMBEB ELECTIONS CHANOE THE PLANS OF THE republicans? WILL RADICALS OB conservatives PBEVAIL?? THE ELECTION AND APPORTIONMENT BILLS. CongreM will be in session within two weeks and there is considerable interest taken in ths discussion of the probable policy of the minor ity during the short session. It is impossible to tell st this time how much the demoraliza tion of defeat will affect the republicans, and whether their course will be in any way changed. There.will probably be a minority of the republican Representatives?perhaps s strong minority?who will favor a more con servative course than tbat pursued at the last session, but it may be confidently asserted that the party leaders of last session, supported by the sympathy of President Harrison, will insist upon disregarding the result of the election and will exert all their power to secure the fulfillment of all their plans laid out at the beginning of the Congress. POLICY OF THE PABTY LEADEB8. The policy urged by them will be to tak6 np the order of business agreed upon by the com mittees on rules just us soon as the reading of i the President's message is concluded aud to work right along until the 4th of March with out a recess except on Christmas and New Year days, disposing of as much work as possible. That there may be no doubt about tbe passage of the federal election and the apportionment bill* it will be urged at the earliest party con ference that the rules of the Senate be changed as the first step in the order of business. This Elan is now being urged by all the radicals and s* the approval of the President. But its carrying out will not be as easy as its outlining. THE conservative REPUBLICAN SENATORS. It will probably not be easy to induce Sena tors whose re-election hangs in daubi to take part in any plan of campaign which will attract | too much attention to themselves and possibly provoke criticism from their constituents. Sen ators whose fate depends upon closelv balanced legislatures will probably be inclined to a con servative course, thinking rather of their own immediate future thun of the party two year* i hence. Moreover, those Senators who opposed : a radical course at the last session prefer to consider the result of the election as a proof that they were right. For them to yield now, after having held out before, might bo con strued a* a confession that their want of obedi ence to party discipline bad had something to do with bringing about the defeat. Of course for the others to become conservative would probably be construed as a confession that their radicalism was responsible for the defeat. Therefore the prospect* are that the division of opinion will be about as it was at the last session, except thst some who advised a con servative course then, but followed the recog nized leaders, will refuse to follow further. Those who staked everything on their course at the opening of tbe CongreM cannot afford to retreat, but will become more aggressive. The question is as to the size of their following. THE PBESIDENT'S MESSAGE. It ia understood that Mr. Spooncr, on the oc casion of his visit to the White House a few days ago, urged the President to try to give the party in Congress as much backbone as he could bv making his message a strong appeal to them'to complete the work they began st the first session. It is understood that the message will give no evidence of any taming influence iu tho elections, but will cheer the party forward on their course, reeommending particularly the passage ol a bill "to secure Fair elections." WHAT HAT BE EXPECTED. The session opening in this spirit is very apt to be ? lively one. The democrats, inspired by suocess, may not be expected to be very meek and lowly, and from the 1st of December until the itb of March an interesting time may be sxpected. If the plan for the taking np of the commit ter's order of business in the Senate is adhered to npon the President's recommendation, it will press back sil the routine business and it is questionable whether there will be msch else bnt partisan fighting throughout the session. [ Marriage Licenses. Marriage licenses hsve been issued by the elerk of the oourt to the following: Richard & Cruit and Laura & Wood; Kugene Main and Mathilda Ruaut: A. C. Q. Fields of Philsdel phis, Pa, and Mary A. 8telle of Great Palls; John Taylor and Lixsie Milburn: William Bat* ler sad Mary ?. Quiaand; P. XL Sheriff and f MoCormick; R. H. Grimes aad Annie C. Jordan; Artemos Donelson of Howard oounty, Md., sad Amelia Milstead of Laurel, Md.; WilUs Holder of Champaigns, IU., aad Lorane E. Payne; Wm. F. Woo lard and Clara V. Cohen. Fraaots Weather ill of Howard county, Md,, aad Lillie Fool; iaaasa K. Batter aad Mary M. Johnson; Wat. King Hill aad Clara Lee Bhrroa; Thomas Baodolph Davis and Mary Yirgialft Davis. WILL PARNELL RESIGN Speculations on the Future Leader ship of the Irish Party. THE MARKET DULL AND QUIET. Preparing for the Threatened In dian Outbreak. late election annooncements. MR. PARN ELL'S FUTURE. Opinion Divided as to Hla Continued Leadership of the Irleh Party. LrOKDo*. Nor. 18.?It it rumored here that Mr. Parnell has definitely decided to retire from the leadership or the Iriah party and that ? th# U* PermiU will be married to the dlvoroed wife of Capt O'Shea. If Mr. Parnell abandon* the leadership it U under stood that hi* incccuor will enjoy the benefit "d'ice- I" meantime th. ? ? ^ 1 W,? ****""? viruleuco of lk: ai^tTm !?ri^ U C**U1US * reaction in pub V-ent wth regard to Mr. Parnell in connection with recent events. ?tu* oosdmkatiox. TheAmtty Atas says that the "nnerowned aing has been crowned with infamy. ^ f1' P' O Co,,nor,< P"Per) *ay* that tfo?iT t k .* COBJP?ct tM m*ae between na-1 t?'th! pj T11 person., and will stand. I kd'nburgh town conncii notice hu Chail^fit ? "? motion to remoTo tho name of The Duhlir'r arnel1 from tU bBr??? rolL for Mr Pu?-H^rpr'f* **y': "U would be V M k retlre 10 PriT?te life, but we can hardly expect him to show to much ?tlf respect as this course would evidence." K0 ool,c*b!f of th* fcblio. The frtman', journal of Dublin, comment ing upon the outcome of the O Shea divorcc <*se and th? prediction* that hare been made concerning ita effect upon Mr. ParneUs fntnr. ton*I oid\pfiiT*t?TUve1 ?f tho Duk? ot bor'if nth ' L?rU P?lrae?ton aud a ngtu bcr of other prominent personages who it htk Ur^e,rtK.f: Werl *? "?>?"?? of Tnl^j ^.1 w h Mr- i>tr"<ll |? now in abontth J our H'tl *.y* that the gabble ,0C1*> ostracism to which Mr. Par ?b~d- "?<"?" "? lJ,'J?h? Pft?tor* charged with hi* moral well Irish thT" P*?tor* of the majority of the ? ? P??P'C- It U neither our duty nor our exnmfn- 1? adiudKe private life nor to examine hi* conscience. Irelsnds business hal ablv^th"/nel7 ?I " P?h,'ot41 natur^ He ? *^ ^fuiI-r *nd ?ncoessfully acrved the nniij u . brought her out of bondage andlied her to within *,ght of tho promufd there h"" D0Wi been re?ched where tuere can be no awapping or cbanginc of in<W^ tA W?U'd Dot chan?e >f we could ",?d c?u'd not if we wonld The iruh, not thf ? ?g P*?Ple wi? decide if the toil of thlt 2^?? I " to h* lo,t or the 'ruit of that toil naked bocauae a man haa been weak aud a woman frail." Continuing, the Journal gay*: a* ?JdermSfr?iLT#TthSt Mr", P4rn#U continue a? leader of the Iruh parliamentary party IlJmtFT1'7 f.0r ihu cour* will be ^ro! to b? hit, L?eetWS 01 tbe K*"^al League beJd M ? pubh0 ro#etlll8 *0 t* lUIVTAIXa ITIX flPIBITS. v j lay" P*rnen wrote with hi* own hand the rammon* iaaned Saturdav to hi* fol lower*, calling open them to be present at the opening of the house of common*. He main tainii hi* imperturable temper and even smriu "di'M t*>ked with bis friend, upon m'S lMionertonthrtlt?m^ but he hm made 110 lusion to the trial. He is certain to appoar in -iZtT* *h" "" SSSIOWATIOT CALLED FOR. The pau Mau QageUe says: It i* rarnell's duty to the Irish people, their English allies hia own character and his eau?e to resign hia he r"^,,.^ ?f the ,ln'h b"top. and tneir English allies are likelv to h<iiH f 'rsr the unionists, the Gutetie says, to have ParneJl remain and tar the whole home rule party with the dirty brush with which ho has A?r.enH hl?1'n,? * h*V6 him re?P" CitZ "d honorable man would temporarily retire and woald repair by marriage the false o2S?U ^ Wh'Ch he Put Parser in hU The Globe .ays it doubts whether the Glad stouian. will follow Mr. Gladstone if he further THE MAICKKT QUIRT. Th? Failure of Gulluudet & Co. for Nearly a Million Dollars Announced. IW lost. Nor. 18,?The stock market this morning was still comparatively quiet, but feverish and irregular from the uncertainty of the situation, notwithstanding that affairs *eem to be putting on a much better appearance from Jay to day There are a Urge nimber of stocks dealt in, bnt only in a few of the lead ing shares is there real activity and prices are subject to rapid and frequent changes, although the general lut is now upward. The differ, enee* in prices between last night and this morning extended to per cent e.tiiTway while Jersey Central showed a loss of V The movements in the market for the hour B. Senerally small, excopt in Lackawanna 3 h r,?** to l'1- snd while generally up Tar ,*liowed no decidcd tendency in either direction. North American. NoSi ^ preferred, Lackawanna and St. Paul were the only conspicuously active stocks, and the trad ing in Northern Pacific preferred was remark able for the transfer of aome large blocks. JjJf^wMinalate in the hour retired i per cent to i^th Wand lost X, but the movements l ? '?mam<ter were insignificant, and at 11 o clock tho market was fairly active and steady at about opening prices. sieaay failed rom A UUJOX. The faOor* of P. W. Gallaudet A Co. of Wall street has been announced on the exchange this C ?St vU Ule made " ?IJfnment to ,V" Miner. The assignee states that tho liabilities of the firm amount to abont *1 000,000 The failure is due to toe Sn ^ several bank* in calling in loans to th? Thepreferenoesare Ao.000 to Mailre?^ attorned G^laudet and^Ueory of M. osHXaAi, dxclik* in valui*. The firm made its a^gnmsnt at S o'clock yesterday afternoon to a Elliott Miner, who early this morning took immediate charre of its affaira To a reporter Mr. Miner said^^Tha suspension of tho house is due to the ?re??*r!j depreciation in the values of colUteralA wh^h has gone so tar that when loans to tbe firm were called thav Jm ? . be met, although^. TH Uve wh2 in ordinary tin,#, would be amply *u? fcient resources for borrowing money ***?iiuatioaof the Ann's book* it appears to me that their liabilities will amonnt te about *100,000. or perhai!, m^ "*orltU. tt?l jf Um. Mr. Kleh,a member of the ftrm. said to the ! sporter: "We have been compelled to suspend on account of the decline in values and our I Inability to borrow money on our securities which, under ordinary eirenmstenoes, would be available. We owe oar trouble in part aleo to the diecrtmiaattoa of the baaka in the mat ter of aeoepUng eecurittea. Tbe threatened of the Barings and the fall of the BMriui and tin other ftnaaeial difl enlttea have mate them exeeedtegly earofaL I "nmUai5jfl2ffiblel3kMI and tbey have, an the whol ctedingly weU. '?Of coarse ?bortly. Our baiag sble to do aa. how?TW, 4* pends largelv opoo the bank* and trust com paaiea. If they are lenient with us we may ??WW oat all right. If. on the other band, they press oa. the termination of oar suspenstoa M not m> clearly foreseen." The llrni *aa one of tha oldeet in the and has dona a large and prosperous I raters a wim on. Money at noon waa tight, with no off an aa4 6 per cent bid. Tha (took market beeiaM bo? paratively dnU altar 11 o'clock, am tha lead mK acure stocks euh?d:ng into quietude, while the firm tone which had aaarked tka early trading fairly disappeared and tractional losses wore erored over tha entire list. the ?eak stock* of tha first hoar showing material losses from tha boat prtoaa. Lackawanna at 199 waa down 2.while Loaiartlia and NaahviUe lost It,. Hurlington IS and Rook la.and and St. Paul each 1^. Distillers aad Cattle Feeder*' Company waa the only strong stock on the h*t. and at 40 it was ap 1W par C*?t- Jhe whole liat. howler, shaded off. aad while the dealings were devoid of special f cetera under the scarcity of money pnoes malted ?way. 1 he market at soon waa rather quiel but still heavy to weak at tha loweet prtoaa of the morning. As an instance of the extensive baring * tha ch^np stocks at this time by outsiders, the cms of one firm was mentioned today who have bought since Saturday morning stocks amount ing to *1.600.000. all of which hare I up and paid for in fall by investors. rate* or honrt riri, There waa a good deal of talk oa the < exchange today about the unexpected rice in the price of money yesterday afternoon to H of 1 per cent per day (18 per cant per annum >, and not a little blame was placed on the bank ers therefor. As a mm for the high price it was said tins morning by one who is well in formed that an enormous business had to be aettled up yesterday afternoon ia atock clear ances as the result of the Fridav'a and Saturday's businesa Money had b?H.u cheap all the morning and it was expected that there would be no difficulty in the afternoon. The demand for money at that time is always sharp and imt>erative. Instead of banks lieiug ca?v yesterday they were foand to be rather the contrary and the result waa ihnt a high price had to i>e paid lor accommo dation. Ihe high price, however, wan believed to bo only of a very temporary character aad that such a state of affairs would not occur to day. Silver opened at 100j^; highest sale. lOOXl lowest sale, !?>*; last aale, 994,. THK INDIAN UNEASINESS. The Troops on the Alert for Any Oat* break. Pcllt. S.P.. Nov. 18.?The Sioux Indians are now having their Messiah dances at Crealrea camp, on the Morean river, and at Hnrapa camp, on the Big Cheyenne river. Both places ore in the Cheyenne river agency. South llakota. There are two companies of infaatry near the fort's camp. The cavalry have been withdrawn to Fort Meade. Ihe infantry com panies at FortH Sully and Bennett arc closely watching every movement made by the In dians and are ready to move at a moment a notice. Until spring no outbreak is expected. The dancers are trying to inducc the parents of the Iu.lian children at the schools to withdraw them and have them attend the dances. Troops may bo required to protect these children ami this movement is provided tor. The Indians at the lower Brule reservation have ceased dancing of their own accord. At Fine Ridge, * Rosebud and Stauding Hock reservations they continue to have their Messiah dances. (ien. Ruger has vi?ited all the posts and res ervation# and given directions to poet comman ders. so that all may act in harmony, lied tape will not be required in case of necessity. ?'M?s**.Wia,NoT. 18. -Seven of the eight companies of the seventeenth infantry sta tioned at Fort KuweU. three miles from here, have been ordered to be in readiness to taks the field against "northern Indians" st a mo ment's notice, Bismucx, N. D., Nov. 18.?Maj. McLaughlin, the agent at Standing Rock. admit* for tha first time that he has lout control of the Indians and can do nothing whatever witn them, bit ting Bull a day or two ago very cooly told the a^ent that be and kit braves had no use for hint and the whites and would shortly wipe then out entirely. a HARROW K8CAPK. Chicago, Nov. 18.?A dispatch from WicbMe, Kan., says: II. ?. Taylor of Eldorado has reached here from the Indian territory and re ports a narrow escape from the ludiaa scouts, who are gathertug in sporting parties. Us waa hunting near Camp Supply with two com panions from Eldorado, wlwu they wers swooped down upon by a party of scouts, who put them under arrest*snd confiscated all their guns aud camp equipage. Before reach lag camp Taylor managed to escape, and eaicing a pouy got away, but his two friend* are ia the military bastile, as are many other hunters who had been trespassing oa the pohlia domain. A MAPS MEETINn Or OITIZBHS. Bibkabck. N.D., Nov. 18.? A dupatoh from Mandan says that the citizens held a meeting last night and organized for protection agaiast the Sioux Indians. A telegram was eeut to Gov. Miller asking for arms and ammunition and he has given instructions to the adietant general to use his discretion. A dispatch waa also received from tho sheriff of Morton county stating that the government oould not nor would not protect the settlers in the southsra part of these counties against the depredatiens which the Indian* of Standing llock agency are committing and calling on the governor for troops. TEOOPS UNDER AH VS. The military encampment at Fort Ruaaell re ceived orders last night to have seven com panies of in! an try. with lieutenant colonel, major and nine officers, under orders to move at a moment's notice. There are no Indian troubles in Wyoming snd the destination of the troops ordered out is unknown, unless It ia Dakota. LATB ELECTION NOTES. Results From Diflerent Parts of tha Country. New Orleans. Nov. 18L?The Ptrayvnr'a Jackson, Mi?s., apodal says: The oflicial re turns on file in the secretary of state's ofiles shows the following vote for Congressmen in thu state: First district, one oounty not re ported: John M. Allen, dem., 2,786, scattering, 35. becond district, John C. Kylea, dem., 7.635; G. M. Buchanan, rep., 3.949; Kylea' majority 3.686. Third district. T. C. ?'atchiogs, dem., 8.689: .lames Hill, rep., 2.767; Catchiug'a majority 5.922. Fourth district, Clarke Lewia, dem.. 6.49M; W. I). Frosse. rep., 1.672; Lewir majority 3.926. Fifth district. Heacnan. dem., no opposition. 6,906. Sixth district, Stockdale, dem.. 9.340; H. C. Griffin, rep., 3.768; Stock dale's majority 6.572. Seventh district, C. E. Hooker, dem., 6.284; J. M. Mathews, rep., 2,0S8? Hooker's majority 4.256. In the third diatrlct 700 rotes cast for Hill were not counted by tha county elsction commission as they sere illegal under statute prohibiting distinguishing marks or devices, but had they all been oounted Catching*' majority would still have been about 4,000. ooKouaaaxx took California. Ran FaAVciaob, Not. 18.?The last of tba official returns of the first congreasional dis trict were received bore last night The offi cial canvass gives Geary, dem., 19,278; Bar ham, rep., 19,23k Geary's plurality. 63. Tha official eanvaas of the second congressional dis trict baa been completed with the exception of Merced county. Caminetti. dem. haa a plu rality of 34. Unofficial returns from Meroad oounty indicate a plurality of over 100 for Camiuetti. aad it is not believed that an offi cial eanvaas will alter the resalt materially. The California delegation ia the aezt Congress will ? Uuid. republicans. 4; democrats, S; same aa ia the present Congress. vonao tx wtokino. Citmn, Wra, Nov. 18.?Two ballots wera taken yeaterday in the Wyoming legislature far second United States Senator. Forty-eight members were preseat at the Joint ssasina Geo. W. Beck, sou of ths late Sea*tor, received 9 votea, all democrats; Governor Hoyt, I; Homer Merrill, ?; M. A. Brown. 4; i. W. Mel drum, ?; W. T. Ramsay, t, aad alas wars dt Xidtd among five other aapiraata. Another Joint seas!on will be bald today, when balloting will be i Linooln, Ku., Nov. 18.?Official returns from every eounty ia tha state aa oi tha aeeretery of a tats give Boyd, plurality af 144. The balance of tha i lican state ticket ia alaeted by plaralitiaa ing from 2,000 to 6,000. The indepenc trol both branchea of tha legialamra. m iujso^i LBoisLATmn. CaicAoo, Nov. lk?Tba oonat af tha ?t (? SzrxriTJSP'&ziTSzt creaaaa the ehaneaa af tha daaoerati la efeea s United Btetee Senate tact that the balance of groat parties Is in tha 1 iaf thaV. Hkk