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V 77?No. 17,097.
TWO CENTS.
THE EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED DAILY. F.xcr|>t Sumitj,
AT THE STAB BUILDINGS,
1101 PcwisyWaBia Ars coraer 11th Street. hj
Tiie Kveaia^ Star ITewspaper CoBipany,
S. ii. KAVFFMASS, IV?rt
Tm s r ah \* served to *nb*<-r1>*r* t* *W
efty bf ctfrirrt. on tkrir o?u ??niunt. at .?
week. or ??*<? ?^r month st ttoe -
o-iits eae)>. By lusll?AutW ?rv n: th? \ miru ^Uwfor
I'innfla f-nstuTt )te|uu--50 centa i?tr month.
SiTClDAT QVADU'rU MiF-ET STA* $1.50 p*T AO.
|?"nt.r*d at the P'.?t Offlc it Waahln*toa. D. C.. aa
Kcu!.d-i-U?4 u:.al matter]
JiyAll rmit jubvription* mtlftUP4^ sdvanee ?
Bw ) an r M>i:t loitaer ttiau i*i<l for.
t>a?es of advertising mail" known on application
SPECIAL NOTICES.
?^OLIN ECHO
PKOPEBTI IS THF. BUST INVESTMENT SOW
OFlEKED.
GOOD BO ADSL HAMIfOJIE HOTEL ELECTBIC
RAII Roil).
DOS'T PAY FROM 5 TO -5 CESTB PFB FOOT
FOB LAND ELSEWHERE WHEN YOU CAS BUT
B'-'TTLR I'BOPl BTY FOB Ll SS X11AS 1 CENT
FEB FOOT.
A SYNDICATE HAS UF.ES FOBMED FOR THE
PURCHASE OF LAND tMACBNT TO THE OLES
ECHO SUBDIVISION AND A FEW SHARES ABE
Fr,U SALE BY THE VSDEK8IGSED AGENTS.
DO NOT DELAY IF YOU M AST TO GET IS OS
T.lE GROUND FLOOB.
G. C. PAYNE & CO.. AGP. NTS.
Bl3-e? 613 I5TH ST.
.IN THE Sl'PKKVE COUK'l ?>J I IE DIS
TB1CT OF COLUMBIA. IIOLI 1NG A SFi
JlAi. TE1.M A.- A D1-. ICT t'.HKj oi TUB
IN11ED STATES FOu SAID DISTRICT.
L .a trie. Court Nu. 31,2.
In the matter 01 it:** ci uikuiiiauou y? the right ol
way through the Uu<ia ??f Lvmi Lyou* mU Lmllie M.
OaruifU lor MlU*ki rwi" mtererptittf sewer.
I j ??u (ul?i :cru;? u of tbu ; ?tll;ou filed in this ca*e
&t Jo:.a N\. l* >u*Uea. John >\ Koa? ind Ut ury M.
koUri, toinc.iMii iiiri of th? V-strict ?>Jf Columbia,
itekiiiK ihe cuU'ieiiiiiiiioQ ot th? fight of way for K?h'i
I'rttk iiit'jcei'ti! k mwct tUruairh ili? Uq(\?oi tvin
Lyon* siui 1 ilia 5! Dan.ielle, it ia Una l.Jth day of
Nov-iubei, 1 MHO. by the court ?
orde:e*t. ih .t t.vau Lyons Emille M. Djrptoueana
Cbuio M Mathews Charles H. Cralirio. John a. JIc
Ktuir) an-I Wili.am K. trtmmatoli. tr\?*te*sao<l ilary
J.. Hartle>. Chnrles CraJgin, liwrv# M. Ktnifla ana
Chiiwa 1'. Ken-ria a ad all other persona uvoiBf or
claiming au> i v?t tiuu of -na il yroi erty. or having any
Intel ?* thereto, a* ocett rants or otherwise. be. and
they *re hereby, required to appear iu this euurtand
n:uk- answer t?? *h?> -?aid petition on or before the lnt
day ot lMrmb'-r. 1 S'..o, at which time the court will
proceed with the eondemuation of the ritfht of way lor
aai<i n'wer through ^ald lamU.
Fr-jTM'.' d. i hat i\i? Marshal of the United Htatea for
sa<<l Liiin -i aerve a copy ol this order on aueli of the
ibuvc-u^ird i?r4ont as may lie found in ;hi* ln?
tr-ct at 1 a?t aeven dajre before said 1st day of l>ecem
brr. ll*!H>. , .
And j?ro>ided further. Taat a copy of thia order be
puoit-hfd m the -Lveiiiug' :>tar" ntwk^ai er at leaat
ai\ tin e.-*, uud the "Washington Lar.- reporter" twice
\teloiv said il;?y.
Dy the . ourt. CHARL: S P. JAMES. -luttice,
TriiL- CO) ?. Te?t: B. J MLUiS. Clerk.
>il4-eot;t By L P. WfuLlAMS. AMI CI?rk.
. i^vTvITh bepaii:ing.
l u aae ^ ?|?ee?aity of Fine Wateh Repalr
iinr at iuo?!?-. a > 1 ntt-. i*wc-nty-two years ol sctnal
rii'Ciitnee at the Unch. hittteult lepairs soiicitea.
All wort wwrautoj. geOl W. SPIFR.
Ex) ert Witch Mtkrr anil J??elt-r,
o6-m-"m :;10 Otb ?t. n.w., near pa. a*e._
,VOU CAN ALWAYHMSAVE MONEY BY
^ l liuvmii your L&trobes, !? urn^ea and Rnu^e
r C Jelly atteniied to. i?*uty-llv. ^aturun ol
LatroLie* :ti stock. j r.ee* to auit. NoTelty steel Mate
and >iii.on<U' MU Co.. Culver lania. *. Bauit'-a ?Uh
water Lack #i:> and uj^ward. liweiil inii ro??-in?iita
l v.' tc and ware houae. and work ^.Lop iu re?r. nlve
me meijualed iiriliuu Jor houdluiif a.I cia??e? ol
work witn diapaUh. Ojen o< eveninii. until 10 p.m.
JNu. j'OKAN. -l~t> Pa. ?*e. Telcphoue. ?b4?2.
a'.'l >- 3m
.NOTICE OF FOBFEITUHK OF ST OCR
stockholder, in th? Linotyjw Oomi ac> of
\ht Dwtrict o: Columbia who have failtd to pay the
aM'-'iinient. heretoiore order*?*! by the Company are
hereby notified tt.at their atock and all previoua jay
Uientx mtilc ihMwo will be forfeited iinlewi all arrear*
are paid at the office of the treaaur... t) IU 14th at.
6w . wi'h r. the time prescribed by law. ?seu. i>60.
evltie.l Matuua ot the U.S.. relating to the Dlatrlct
Ol Columbia.)
by order ot tho Board of Tra?tee>?.
SAMUEL M. BRYAS. President
Attest: FRANK MOlLTON. Secretary.
oH-0w* M -. ahuiytcii. D.C.. Oct. 13.1890.
~~ .ICR-COAL- WtKID.
l>.t tirades lowe.t prlre^. red wa*ona.
AMEB1CAS ICE COMPANY
Main office, lotn and F n.w. 1 elerhotie 4S6.
Bcai.ch office. UOO Pa. ave. n.w. Telephone t$4
J. C TVYl.Oti. Aaai.tant secretary and Treasurer.
JOHN M ILL! B, Vice Irta't, in chaxats of fuel de
partu.ent.
Baniror Latha at wholesale,
o-'l 3m E. M. WILLIS, Manager.
,DkA. W. SWi:I>Bt HO,GRADUATE OSTA
no Veterinary College, desiiw. to inform
?i.? ut? mil the fcenci al j ublic that hi# headquartari. is
at the "i rwlonia," 11 Bt. bet. 13th and 14th n. w. 'tel
ephone, ltSd ni-Im
CEBTIF1CATES OT STOCK AND
Cheques. All methods of printimr and
Ilk-ravin* GEDNEY k BoBELTS,
u-h-JW 407 10th St.. Amciauuf Poet Building
, I.ACE CBBlAINS , ?v
callea lor, taken down and laondried wltn
Sli'ERlOB FINISH
and deliT-red at
50 CENTS FElt PAIR.
6i.tlifactloOruaiar.teej in every partlenlae.
TALE STEAM LAUNDBY.
b'-t'i 10th St., near cor. of r,
F. a walker 4 ca
Telephona caU? 109S-3.
*15-3m
T ABLE W ABB.
GOKHAM PLAT*.
CANDELABRA. TEA SETS, MEAT AND VEGETA
BLE DIS1IES. UBSS. KETTLES AND WA1TEB8.
INDIVIDUAL TEBBAFIN DISHES.
SCOLLOP SHELLa AND FASSIKIS3.
VINE COASTERS, FEBS DISHES, Ac, *0.
AT THE MASUFACTUBEB'B IBICES,
IN POINT OF QUALITY. FINISH AND DUBABIL
ITY THESE GOODS HAVE ABSOLUTELY SO
EWUAL.ANDIN DESIGN ARE SOT SUBPABSED
BY 1HE HIGHEST OBDEB OF
SOLID SILVEB WABE.
We are prepared to fnmish complete seta c* dtitcle
Pieces and hare in atock the latest pat turns Just pro
duced. for 1S?>?1.
M. W. GALT. BRO. A CO..
JEWELLERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
?14 1107 Penaa. At*.
JPeloubit-s Select Notes.
BDBLBCT'S ILLUSTBATIVE NOTES.
And other Commentaries on the
International Sunday school Lsasona
for 1S91.
C. C. FUBSELL.
Books and Stationary.Wholesale and Retail.
?18-3Hm.lp 4is l)TU ST. N.W.
P^ew Goods-Low 1*bices-Easy
mw
Theaa art the lndncemanta that should lead
yon to vaut the Furniture, Carpet and 8 to v.
BtorM at
JOBS BCDDES,
930 and #3i! 7th at l?.
Bom or. oomplute atock. no lower prtcMand
Bo Malar terms can ba found thao bars.
Every irrade ot Carpvt from the chaapaat I?
Bratn to the cuatlleat Velvet or Brtuaala; every
variety of Parlor and Bed Boots Furniture, II
Oak. Wain at and Sixteenth Century. Ward
robes Bat Backs Sideboards Ac. Every make
*t Stove from th* amallest Heater to the
moat compute Ran*, la her* displayed at
price, not to be found ala*where. AB carjeta
Bad* and laid ft*, of chars* to parchaaer*L
Add to thia the fact that cooda ar* sold oa
credit aa cheap aa for cash?a small dapoalt
only beinv aaked m advance, the balance bel'i#
paid la such in.tsllm.nu and la aoctt tlm* aa
?say b* a*r**d on batwaen th* t>uy*r and
?allar-asd yoa have aa inducesirat to pur
chaa. bar. aueh as no other houaa oflara.
B*m*nih*r th. place.
#
BUDDES'S
CASH AMD CBEDIT FURNITURE STORES,
B&-U 830 AND 03,' SEVENTH ST. S.W.
IT EBTAND KNt.KA\tB AND LITUOGRAPUKE
tv 101S PBNNA. AVL N W. ?
tlattlnf Cauto a^U> anfr*v?d from your plate 7ie.
pmim aA-tr
SPECIAL NOTICES.
?-.^i?*AFEi Y. BRILLIANCY.
Vv5 Jo O^or-ratowii.
PRATT'S cei.kbkatkd ASTRAL OIL.
In out' sud live iriulo:i runs
At Li < Ktu'8 Pain t stoke.
Telephone call UO.. [ulT-luil 123W .'ICdat.
A SPIRITUAL HOSPITAL.
Did you ever think that U wbst the church la; ft I
a place for tl;e trestnisut of moral disease? A place to
try to yet batter, little by little, according- to your |
strength.
COME TO THE MISSION
AT
8T. JAMES CHUr.CH.
8ib st. bat. B and C u. a.,
REV, FATHER HINT1NGTOH,
Order of the Holy Cross,
Misaioner.
Mission December 0 to December 21, 1800.
Services announced later. ul7-6t
ST. JAMES* CHURCH, KTH NEAR B ST.
n.e.?Exhibition of new crgan, built by
1 life. C. Knauff <"o., Philadelphia and New York, at
K o'clock p. EQ . i HL'ltSbAi'. November 20. Reiitalby
Mr. Theo. < . KukuS. '1 be public invited. Otleriuge |
for tbe organ fund. ul7-4t
KtMUVAU- F. ASTON A HI PP, STATION
crs, cor. I'a. ave. ; nd l.'ltu ?t., have removed
to 4-1 11th Mt n w., onweit.1 htar office. nl."> tit
ii*- ^W. R-^ A M KV AN^.TaINI.L.-SS I'EN
iOS tists, have removed to 1217 Penna. ave u.w.
nl.VOt
,CHURCH FAIR-i! TEACHERS AND
otners c?n buy everything at wholesale
price at J. J. GOUi-D'S, 4-1 Pth lit. N'apk'u-i, Tissue
l*aper. Tree Ori.arneuta, iojs, Jap Dolls, i'aua, Scrolls,
Novelties. nl5-7t*
ir^S> * ASS AGE
A1 PATIENTS RESIDENCE.
PKOF. N1XSEN,
nS-l-'t* 140V 14thst. u.w.
Jr^S?TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!
Tbe time hag arrived wlien I ersons who owe bills
must pay tbcm or lose their credit.
Do Hot take offense Ttheu you receive our notices,
but if you are unable to pay go and make some ar
rangement with tbe party you owe towards a settle
ment.
What we want is protection for our merchants
against that ciaas of persons who can, but will not pay
their bills.
Those persons who hare failed to make any arrange
ment fur settling their bills after having been prop
erly notified will be reported to the members of the
Merchants' Mutual Protective Union December 1 as
unworthy of credit
Thin association embraces merchants, doctors, law
yer* ana all other businesses, trade* mid professions.
We hope members will ?eud in lists cl names of
person* who have :ailed to settle or make arrangement j
therefor in time for our report.
J. B. BROWN. Manager,
n8-lm Rom 15, Central National Bank building.
DR. JOS. H. MOOReT 10TH AND E STS.
_ n. w. ?. Rheumatic, Nervous and chronic
Cases treated by .Mechanical Massage, Swedish Move
ment*. Electricity, Hot-air Baths, &c.; has ha I a large
experience at Uot Springe, Ark. ulo-tit
fi?- _.^DR. T. ~W. ~8T(:BB1.E1TELD. SL'RGEON
?sJ35. dentist, formeily with Dr. D o. Ktr. ;Ut, begs
to lr.lerm his patrons and Iriend* that he has removed
his dental parlors to 1110 1 hi. n. *., over Meuei ott's
music stme. Operative and prosthetic denti-try in
all its brunches. n 14 w*
YOU W ANT PLATKS MADE BEFORE
?>. ~L and inserted in.mediately after the exirac
tion ? t teeth, with no waiting at ail,call and consult
l>r. J. BlKiI.tr 1 HILLS, Specialist in Artilicial
Teetii^iaiil F at. t;.w. nlo-lin*
GARDEN 1 NO DONE IN ALL ITS
BRANCHES.
URADlNG AND SODDING,
VINES AND sHIil BBERY TRIMMED.
TRLES. VINEo AND SHRUllBtltk FURNISHED
AND PLANTED.
WILLIS S. CLARK.
o22-lm 013 12TH ST. N.W.
IMPORTANT NOTICE
TO
GAS CONSUMERS.
Arrangements bave been made for the convenience
of nersons living iu tiie eastern and western sections
of the city bv which they call pay their gas bills dur
ing banking Lours at
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL BANK
Oft
THE WEST END NATIONAL BANK.
Biila paid on or before the 8th of each month, AND
THOSE ONLY, will be entitled to the discount of 2oc.
per 1,000 cubic feet.
o21-tr WASHINGTON GAS LIGHT COMPANY.
,A CARD
"TO MY FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC.
I have opened an office at
511 11TH ST., BETWEEN E AND F STS. N.W?
For the conduct of a GENERAL REAL ESTATE
a:id Rl.NT COLLECTING business, and I rcepectiuliy
solicit a abat e oi your patronogo snd guarantee to give
prompt, reliable aud personal attention to any busi
ness placed in my hands.
Respectfully,
JAMES F. BARBOUR.
Telephone?*160 ub-Uw
?f- .?^ENTERTAINMENT AT BUIGHTWOOD
?-C5. Hall, (or the benefit of 6turn,bury ixxh e No.
~ 4. F .A. A.M., TlifliSDAY EVENING. Noveu.be?{ 20.
Excellent Vocfil snd Instruments! Con crlst hp.ui.
1'S.uing at 9:30, with excellent rnu-.li. Admission,
.'5 cell is. Special cars going and reluming. nl5-4t*
~SHOE HUM BUGGERY.
Do not be humbugged into believing
that yon emu buy 80 Shoes for 83.00 or
84.50 Shoes tor $3.40. but buy from a
reliable dealer who sells on the
AMERICAN PLAN.
viz: $3 Shoes for $3,1(4 Shoes for 84,
Ac. After an experience of over forty
years in this same stand I continue to
sell reliable, well-made
BOOTS AND SHOES
ss lov (for same qualities} as any adver
tised prices.
ROBERT COHEN,
830 PA. AVE N.W., SOUTH SIDE.
nl4-8t* ESTABLISHED 1H38.
ARE YOU PERFECTLY SATISFIED
With the Tone, Style and Finish of your present
Kano? If not call at the BRADBLRY PALACE OF
Ml SIC. 1225 Pennsylvania ave., and hear the "sweet
toned Bradbury." < ases of English oak, ant.que
mahogany, Circassian walnut, rosewood and cherry.
Sold for cash or on iasy monthly payments of $10.
Old Squares taken in exchange. nl3-23t
THE GREATEST BARGAIN EVER
OFFERED IN WASHINGTON.
Oar Own Special
GENUINE ENGLISH
HUDDERSFltLD CHEVIOT SUITS,
Color warranted.
To measure, only 818.
Worth 830.
Coma and get sample of
Goods.
8TR AS BURGER,
THE POPULAR PRICE TAILOR,
n8to20 Noa. 1114 and lllttFat. n.w.
FIRST PAYMENT?20TH ISSUE
NOVEMBER, 1880.
EQUITABLE
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION.
"EgUlTABLE BUILDING," 1003 F ST.
Assets 81.15fi.208.2L
Office hours from 0 a.m. to 4 30 p.m. daily. On
the first Widnesday in each mcnth the office will be
open from 8 to 8 o'clock p.m. Advances will be inade
promptly at 7 o'clock. The 20th lasua of a took la
open for subscription.
Shares arc $2.50 per month.
81,000advanced on each share.
ramphlets explaining the objects and advantage* of
the Association are f uruiahed upon application
THOMAS fcOMEUVILLE. Pres't
JNO. JOT ED80N, Sec'ry. n7
.CHARTERED BY CONGRESS 1818.
RANKLIN INSURANCE CO.
oi Washington, D.C.
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS. 833fi.000.00
Haa never eontaated a lose by fire, bat alwaye makes
prompt and liberal adjuatments.
Dm. DAN'L & CLARKE. Proat
GEO. E LEMON. Vice Preat,
CHAS. & BRADLEY. Trea^
1. FEN WICK YOUNG. Secy,
WILL P. BOTELER. Aset. Secy. tf7-3a
,BUY ToL R OOAL. COKE AMD WOOD
~ ot JOHNSON
dsalsrs in tka
avian uy.
"WabT* "'nu.ol JOHMMoi
? Use oiuat axtauaive retail <
SPECIAL NOTICES.
I IKVINO C. ROXSK H?8 REM- VrtD
in; oilti - to the -Albmr." HOI H?i. n.w.
| Hours 10 10 l~:.iOv 4 to 5. Telephone call
nlfuitn*
ION AI.I8T CLUB, No. I. COS* FN.W.
Mr. W.u. H. 8 wart will apeak TH'S liV"-N
I NO ou the nationalization of capital. 11*
i>K u. is noblFhiTbkmotkd his
cfcie to 1324 Nf* York ave. nlU-lm*
?--?iS?bB. w. L d\N EN. r\r. AN tl EAK SPKCIAI.
?v.;!, 1st, li?s r< moved his office from I'liiladeli h>a
to 121'-' K st n.w., Washington. Office Lours 8 lo i2
a.m. and .? to 8 p.m. dat'y exropt i-undsy. n I 'J-1 m*
WEDDINO INVITATIONS AND CAltDS
printed almost cqusl to engraving. Ku
graving also e xtcutrd. All ether printing aa
uaual at loweat rate*.
BYRON 8. ADAMS,
51- lltU at. n.w.,
n0-3m Three doora below W. U. Moses k Son*.
OUB BOX OVERCOAT.
Oar Box Overcoat la a Malton or Kersey
cut with a whole back slightly khaped to tha
figure. Made up with raw edges and seams,
with wide stitching on collar and cuffa. $18
to J'Jo.
Colore Blue and BUck.
, GEORGE aritANST,
Ona-prire Clothier,
Did 4M7tli8i.il.*,
0?-;i=?WHY YOU MUST COMF I^IDAY OR TO
i?Oa^ MOhRi >W,
lor those pre the only days this prlco will hold (rood.
50 dozen tuil-sir.ed 1'eck* and Fotir-ln-Hand Scarfs
In neat and pretty patterns, satin lined. at 27c.
Thu patterns in this lot aro geuerslly found In a 50c.
line. It LANSBLRUH fc BRO.
?-^S?APU0P08 THE STRINGENCY 0F TBI
*OS? TIMES.
In these timea of llin sppareut inse
curity of many securities toe shrewd
and couaervative investor is very apt to
turn to L'fe Insurance as the best of all
safe investments. Item are a few of the
advantage:
You pay in small installments.
You run no risks.
You get from 4 to 5 por ceil t compound
Interest. You secure protection.
Your heirs receive the amount of your
policy should vou die and you receive
nearly as much again as you pay In
aUuiiid you livo until it matures.
You also receive tins money *hen you
oiuy want it most?in your declining
years.
W hy hesitate about m.ikinir such a safe,
sensible and profitable investment? lou
cannot do better with your money. Have
your lile insured.
BOWES k HALL,
The Equitable Life Assurance Society,
nlO 1380 F at. u.w.
8
WHY ARE YOU POOBt
" AN INVESTMENT
OF 41. 92 AND $4 A MONTH
RETUKN8
?25, <50. 4100
IN THREE MONTHS,
OR 431.25, <02.50. $135
IN ME MONTH*.
OR *43.75. 487.50, <176
IN ONE YEAK.
THREE MONTHS AGO the following wall known
people commenced paying
44 A MONTH
AND HAVE ACTUALLY RECEIVED
4100 IN C'AMIl,
LEAVING EVERY PURCHASER
477 ACTUAL PROMT
IN THREE MONTHS' TIME:
? ? _ ? Taid Rcc'd. Profit
v. M. Boyd, 107 N. Popleton at 423 4100 477
13. F. (isrdner, 1011 Harlem ave 23 100 77
Rapaed 1ft Nothing.
Hurry ltoyle, 212.1 at Paul st 23 iOO 77
R. M. A inert, lodtj N. Eutaw st 23 100 77
A. 8. Wier, 220 N . Charles et 23 100 77
?? C. Ilaraer, 012 Greenniount ave..23 100 77
C. A. H. Milbmn. 004 Madiaoii ave..23 100 77
B. M. Aloert, 1030 N. Eittaw at....23 100 77
Jaa. A. Robertson. 10 E. Pratt at....23 100 77
H. C. Dorn, 308 W. Riddle at 23 100 77
Mrs. A. I. Daly. 1003 Csihedral St..23 loO 77
? U R .fcicboUou. 1(10 VS. lult at..23 100 77
Jos. Blake, Jr., McDouonrh P.O....23 100 77
Mara Duly, 1003 Cathedral st 23 100 77
Owen Y. Daly, 1003< athedralst. ..23 300 77
N. A. Cra g. Oil N. Carey st 23 100 77
M. C. Baden, 2105 N. Calvert st....23 100 77
W. I. Moody. 10 K. Pratt st..? 33 100
J. A. Ab"il, 210,i N. Calvert it 1(3 100
L. !. Bowen, Jr., 102 BloonilSadaW
ave " 03 100 77
F. W. Coale, 1411 Johu at..!I"..!I"v3 100 77
Chaa. J_o w-ien. 421 Luurenast 23 100 77
M. W. Boyd. 2127 St. Paul st 23 100 77
W. C. Ewenbrodt, 658 W. Utdt. St. .23 100 77
B. A.Carr. 10 E. Pratt st 23 100 77
F. Merry man, 810 1 uiton ave 23 100 77
?* b S'"fc**eTt Guilford are...23 100 77
J. A. Undeu,-lOoN. Calvert .t 23 loo 77
*? Henkslmau. Jr. 1 io W. Bait. st. .23 100 77
C. C. litheater, 173n Guilford ave..23 loO 77
?h**#aret!ie smallest profits ever mode
orcau be maile In our AsMiciation.
It THE ABOV* MEMBhRK had Invested 88 or
41 - a month instead of #4 they would have doubled
and t re Died their profits accordingly.
_?r n* nb for pimsiEcrus.
THE Mil LAI. INVESTMENT ASbOCIATIOJf
_ .j.0* BALTIMORE CITY.
Incorporated Under the laws of the state of Maryland
July 23, 1890.
PRESIDENT .HON, WM. J O'BHTEN
ftfnt r SAMUEL W. KEG E>'1 E H.
2^'uv-Viwfc JOB AS H. R. NICHOLSON.
SE^-RLTAKk OLIVER B. CRAIG.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
HON. WM o-HitUN, Counsellor-at-ljiw.
JolIN8 H. It. NlCUOLbUN, of J. J. .Nicholson 4
sons, i> mkt rs.
Ki'.AA Pr< prletor Bnlto. Tj io Foundry.
OEl^h.K B cRAiG. Coniuiln?lon M-rchant.
Ilh>K\ ALLNUTI, of Ailiiuu is Moody, lioot and
Shoe Jisiiufscturers.
i \h ,)?.?,^EU?"ER. of J Hetrester* Bona.
JOHN MOOilL, 01 l(oboi t Moore & Co.
N1 ANLEV WlKii, Accoiintant.
JOSKPH^'. BAUESfS.DL*1* M"r>1?nd Co"
O'BillEN A O'BRIEN, Counsel for tha Association.
Represented by
BOBINSON, CLARKE k CO..
INVESTMENT AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
44 Atlantic building, 028 and 030 F at*
Washington, D.C.
B3ND8 NOW ON SALE. nlO,51A22
THE WE A Til KR.?
la r lilt fiidav murmnii; no chunge in tem
ptraturr, tzctyl ??whU <j cooler un tin Ueortfiu and, Car
oilna coatU; tiorti*uctterlu teinilt.
BOUND TO SATISFY YOU.
A customer once dissatisfied ia often loit en
tirely. It is the part of wisdom, therefore, to aee
every patron auited.
TWENTY-FIVE FEB CENT SAVED.
In celling you gang sawed l<oarda at 41.15 per
100 feet is such a reduction that to have you
suited we lure taken care that the quality of
theae boarda is the best in the market.
LIBBEY. BIT TINGED A MILDER,
Main Yard: Utb st. and N. Y. ave. n.w.
n 18 Branch Yard: 11th and O ata. a.e.
af-^ps,HBV. THFO. L CUYLER OF BROOKLYN,
N. Y..will address the Youuir Men's Christian
Assoeiatien at their thirty-eighth aunlvorsury, FK1
DAY, November 21, JSOO,7:4j pni.,at the First
Baptist Church, 10th and O st*. n.w. Everybody in
vited. ul8-4t
0K^S-s?I HEREBY NOTIFY THE PUBLIC THAT
^ Z. 1 will not be responsible for any debta con
tracted by my wile, Sarah Buchanan
Signed hla
JOHN X BUCHANAN.
Cl8-2l* mark.
tfr '> WASHINGTON. D.C., NOV. 17. 1890.
TO THE PUBLIC:
The partnership heretofore existing between WILL
IAM T. UAl.Ul'K and WALTON B RAUB. .loing busi
ness under Ciefirm name of BaLi>U? * ItAUU. Drug
gists, at 1131 16th st. n.w , has this day been dis
solved by mutual consent.
1 he business will be continued by WALTON &
RAl ll. at the former stand, who w ill receipt for all
accounts due. W1U.1AM T. BAI.DUS,
W ALTON B. BAUB.
Having purchased the luterest nf Mr. William T.
lla.dns in th ? al^ve meutiuued lirm. 1 will cuntiuue
the buiiui ui my own name, and respectfully solicit
the putruus<u ot the pubdc, giiuranteeing prompt and
accuiatc service, i ure and Jresli drugs, and goods at
LEA&UNABLEp.u**. WALTON B. RAUB,
1131 15th at. n.w.
Telephona call 58 < -3 nls-ot
WE ABE NOW PBEPARED
TO 6HOW OUB
WINTER STOCK OF CARRIAOES.
Comptia'ng all the latest styles of Broughsma,
Extension-front Broiigbsius. Di-ml Ctk hea.
Berlin Coaches, biz-saat Uockswaysatid ?.oupe
R> cLaways. our styles are exclusive and too
workmsii>hip and liniah are equal to tnai of any
builder in the country and excelled by nonei
Our dial lsy of Fine Harness far surpasses any
thing In tliat line etrorshown in th.s city. Our
atoOk of Carrisite Robes, Horse htai.keta and
Stable Belongings is full auu complete. Tha
?tock la large aud selection guod.
_ ANDREW J. JOYCE'S SONS,
New Ware rooms, 1028 and 1O30 Conn. av?L
P. 8.?We keep every article neraaaary for tha
Bone, Stable and Carriage. n 18- la
CUSTOM-MADE SHIRT8 -THIS IS THE
_ _ baat time Ui place your order, aa ? shirt ia
more comfortable tor atOuuirr erear after having been
worn through the win tar. With a "Shirt Factory" on
the premises under tne management of a practical aud
k>t.g-expet fenced cutter wa are prepared to execute all
orden left wltn as at short notice, guaranteeing in
every instance a "pwfect At" and entire satlafaction.
m7-Sm WOODWARD * LOTHROF.
'Washicffton News and Gossip.
Index M Advertisement*
AMUSEMENTS Purl 10
ATTORNEYS Pare H
AUCTION BALLS Pair* 7
BICYCLES Psire 7
BOARDING Pwc 3
BOOKS AND STATION KB Y JHir* %
BUSINESS CHANCES Sore 3
CITY ITEMS ......Pok* 10
COUNTRY REAL LSTA IE Patrc 3
DEATHS P-ire 5
DENTISTRY Pc*e 7
EDUCATIONAL ....PaKO 8
EXCLUSIONS. PICNICS, *c Paro 10
family supplies i *?ro s
FINANCIAL PiK"? 7
FOB RENT (Fluh) P*lft>
FOR RENT (Miscellaneous) Pace 2
FOR RENT (Orncu) P^b* 2
FOR RENT (Room*) Pi*e !
FOR HENT (STiBLKS) Pair# :
FOR RENT ifiTons) Pauo 2
FOR RENT tHoL>K?) Paife 3
FOR SALE (HorSKSi l'uge 3
FOR SALE (Lot*) P?*e 3
FOR SALE (UiKrLusiol'9) I at" 3
GENTLEMEVS GOODS .Pajre 7
HOTELS Pace 10
LADIES' GOODS l'atfo S
LECTURES lue 10
LOCAL MENTION P**e 10
LOST AND FOUND Pajre :?
MANICURE Pains ?
MARRIAGES. Pasre 5
MEDICAL - I'?Ke 8
MISCELLANEOUS I'Mf '
MONET TO Loan hTC 3
NEW PI BL1CATIONS Puie 10
NOTARIES PUBLIC Pis* 10
OCEAN STEAMERS Pane 8
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS Pare 8
PIANOS AND ORGANS Poire 8
PERSONAL Paira 2
PRINTERS Pat 7
PKOFKB8IONAL I'atre 7
PROPOSALS Pairo 7
RAILROADS Pure 8
SPECIALTIES P**t#
SUBURBAN PROPERTY Patfe 3
WANTED (Help) Paije *
WANTED (Houses) Pait-s it
WANTED (Rooms) Pa.-a 2
WANTED (Sitvations) Pairo 2
WANTED (Miscellaneous) l'a.'t? a
WINTER RESOi'.T.-i Psije 10
FOR BUSINESS OR CHARITY?
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Business, or charity?
If for business, then uso the column!
of Tue Stab. As a means of reaching
the public, and particularly the pur
chasing public, The Hiau is absolutely
without a rival.
If for charity, well,' of course,
every giver must be the judge where
money is most needed and where, a* a
gift, it will do the most good. But it is
best not to mis business and charity.
Let each stand on its own footing.
Government Receipts Today.?Internal
revenue, *41^,056; customs, $432,611.
Revenue Appointments.?Theodore Lee
Bill and Harrison White have been appointed
United States gauge rs at San Francisco, Cal.
The Trainino Ship Jamestown sailed from
Port Monroe this morning for a cruise in Chesa
peake bay and will visit Yorktown.
Retired.?Chief Engineer George H. White
lias been placed upon the retired list of the
navy from November 18.
Secretary Proctor arrived at Columbus,
Ohio, yesterday, and in the afternoon inspected
the Columbus barracks. The usual salute was
fired and inspection and review took place at 2
o'clock. The party left at 6:20 last evening
over the Baltimore and Ohio for Washington.
Natal Orders.?Lieut. John M. Hawley has
been ordered to duty at the Naval Academy.
Lieut. A. L. Hall, dotuched from the coast sur
vey steamer Endeavor and ordered to the
Franklin. Eusign L. M. Garrett, trom special
duty and ordered to tho San Francisco.
Wild Figuring hy Some One.?Bids were
opened at the Treasury Department yesterday
for joiners' work on the Pittsburg public
buildiug, the lowest being that of Wood, Jenks
A Co. of Cleveland, Ohio, at $12?.000. The
bid of Cochrane A Davis of Allegheny was
?411,155, being nearly $300,000 more than the
lowest bid.
Duty on Bicycles.?The Treasury Depart
ment bnB decided that bicycles cannot be re
garded as personal effects, and in cases where
they are regarded as household effects they
are entitled to free entry only wiien it is shown
that they have hi en uned abroad for not less
than one year. This reverses a previous rul
ing under winch bicycles were classified as per
sonal effects.
The Assistant Secretaryship of the
Treasury.? Thore is no confirmation of the
ruinor that Representative l>aker of New York
is to be appointed assistant secretary of the
treasury to succeed Gen. Geo. S. Batcheller.
It is not likely that the appointment will be
made for t-omo time, us Secretary Windom has
been so closely occupied iu the preparation of
his annual report that he has yet had no time
to give the matter any consideration.
Army Orders.?Capt. John L. Phillips, as
sist int surgeon, has been relieved from further
duty at Fort Crawford, Col., and ordered to
report in person to the commanding officer at
Camp Guthrie, Oklahoma territory, for duty at
that station. Second Lieut. Lucien G. Berry,
fourth artillery, has been ordered to report in
person to the board of ordnanco oflicers ap
pointed to meet at New York city for examina
tion with a view to solection for transfer to the
ordnance department. Leave of absence for
six months on surgeon's certificate of disability,
with permission to go beyond sea, is granted
Capt. Henry G. Burton, assistant surgeon.
Personal.?Charlos F. Tabor of Albany, N.
Y., S. M. Miller of Dayton, Ohio. Mr. aud Mrs.
A. E. Comoll of Scranton, Pa., and Mr. aud
Mrs. JamesSecar of Toledo are at Willard's.
W. B. Tuttle, A. W. Jacobi und H. K. Dodd of
Newark. N.J., and Messrs. Harry C. Birch, E.
Q. Souder, C. W. Cook of New York and O. W.
Campbell of Philadelphia are at the Ran
tluli. W. A. Crandftll and Henry Loinn of
Sedalia, Nev., Josiuh, Grout of Moliiie, 111., who
is visiting his father, Representative Crout,
Fred H. Wines of Springfield, I1L, J. H. Ray
mond of Chicago and Capt. R. L. Phythmn of
the United States Naval Academy are at the
Riggs House. Samuel C. Johnstone of Erie,
Ph., J. B. Reese of New York, Mr.
aud Mrs. Thomas R. King of Richmond,
Vu., and William F. Shapleigh of Boston are
at Welcker's. W. Burdett Coutts, M. P., of
Stratton St. London, England, and Mr. John A.
King und family of New York are nt Worm
ley's. Mr. and Mrs. D. Rogers of W orces
ter, P. T. Nannell of Lynchburg, B. j
Jcues, jr., John S. Adams of Memphis and H. I
W. Hubbard of Dallas, Tex., are registered at
tho Hotel Johnson. Dr. William Hoffmann
sailed today for Berlin to study Dr. Koch's
remedy for tuberculosis. H. L. Hall of
Omaha and H. C. Hill of Utah are at the
bboreliam. Geo. Wm. Mali one of Virginia is
at Chamberlin's. Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Mc
Cuskur of New York are at the Normandic.
F. Raines of Canandaigua. Capt George
Ruhlen and Mr. James Potts and bride
of Trenton are at tho Langham. Capt
P. M. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Wm.L Parker of
Boston, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Kennedy of Cin
cinnati, Wm. St. John of New York, Lieut.
David 8. Hall and wife and Commodore A. W.
Weaver are at tho Ebbitt House. Mr. Hiram
Yonng, editor of the York (Pa.) who
has been visiting the oity for tho past few days,
returned home this afternoon. Dr. Antisell.
1311 Q street, is slowly recovering from the at
tack of cerebral hemorrhage which prostrated
him ten days ago. Mr. and Mrs. Custer
Mathewson, the Misses Mathewson, Caster H.
Mathewson, Jr., of Ban Jose, Cal.. John M.
Bridgeman, A. J. Fearson and B. James Bar
tholomew of Lynn, Mass., Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Uodgee and Frank M. Wright are at the Hotel
Arno. E. Howard of Boston, Masa., W. P.
i Appley ard of Chicago and Geo. Behler of On
1 ciunati are at the Si J*mec
TIIE FARMERS' ALLIANCE
WUI ^'ot Hold llio IZalnnce of Power
In the Next House.
WHAT THEY WILL DKMAND IN THE WAT OT LVOIS
I-ATIOy?THtt MOVEMENT 8PMADINO?BRms
?*TATIV? OL1H WATTE THINKS THST CA*
ELECT THE NEXT PRESIDENT.
The democratic majority being 10 large the
Doii(*v"of T Wi" DOt b0 able 40 dicta,? ?*>?
policy of the next House, as they hoped to da
lneir number u variously estimated from
twenty to forty, but it is difficult to tell just
how many there are for the reason that what
we alliance men in one state are democrat, in
another. They are not enough to hold the bal
ance of power, which is the important thing.
,1CS' ?P "C m?n rt*wd lhe develop
ment of the alliance movement aa br no moans
insignificant. Though their numbers in the
fifty-second Congress cannot turn a vote one
way or the other, their influence will probably
be considerable chiefly because of their spread
ing influence throughout the country The
forward to as possible is a very ???,?
lhe'1/arae?r8r'demSnC3rio ComPU*n"
BOSIKTHINO W,LL HAVE TO BE DONE.
Old financial theories may have to give
way to some extent as a compromise
to prevent the entire overthrow of con
tT'nm!1?' .)SoruethlnK W'H have to be done
spirit of unrest, which, beiuir
abroad, encourages the growth of anv niovf*
ven" atrial ,p,'eten<1', to K've reliof. To pre
Thl ? lnK Klven to those Pluu? which
Homo o-h^/VnUVe" detm dangerous relief by
n lenn" mu,,t offered; no that,
Pi ih whlta,. h"fCe movem, ut """J" not accom
11 ehnno-R f 8tit8 ?Ut 10 do. ?* will bring ?bout
? n?00 ?n?. Some of the things
winch the alliance men seek they find in the
democratic platform, and, both parties beinc
tZs? Tht.?* at7af "Kamst the Pr*seut
thl, ? '"T" toKetlle?- at this time and
eauit. In ?h*n pafV ? ,he v,cti? '* the ?
th?t . ' 8?Ulh tho conditions are su.-h
tl.M trlheidoIUOC/'1t? ?re Hot seriously affected by
?r niovement. except as to individual., the
movement going on within the party and not
??P ^0aU,dCu In tlle Wert ??d spreading
diZZt t? D?r 1 and 61,1,1 tbe niovement is in
direct antagonism with the republican organi
zation, and in the present aspect of affairs that
party is most annoyed. It is urged bv niauv
Eft to SEEK," S0ngre8B gLouja do some
"ling to placate the farmers, and chiefly it is
seWes t republicans must exert them
seUeg to secure an inllation of the currency,
lhe cry is for more money and it seems that
something must be done iu this Congress or in
the next to satisfy the ca!l. It is uigbd upon
J r?pubiican? that if something is not done
to satisfy the clamor it will grow so as to seri
ously threaten the party.
alhancl'?ilie|,i'"-V"80C0?d ConKrcM. where the
alliance wiil have actual representation it? in
fluence will probably be more strongly felt
representative octhwaite'h views.
Representative Outhwaite, speaking on the
subject today, said that he thought the alliance
movement would have an important influence
upon politics in the future. He thought the
republican party would be the chief sufferer
by the niovement, but that the interests of the
w ole couutry were involved in tho matter
The great principles of reduction and equaliza
ou of taxation, aud of antagonism to exclu
anceah.??CHtt?. privileges, npoii which tho alli
unce based its organization, were democratic
principles; but in sections wiiere the farmers
l?r",ln>f th.c a"'ance had formerly been repub
licans. huvinir been raised in that faith thev
them out of republican
thn ,, leS of Paternalism which
tho democratic party were not sU
Ihj pl?
form, he sa-d, could be very 1 artel v
to b7 nDy democrat. In Ohio thev
had not pressed the subtrea-mry scheme and
wtro twe^vn"^111 hf ^,Khtefcn declarations there
senbe and any democrat could sub
sen ue. and as to the remainder the trouble was
withthn i .? J,ec! aimed to be reached, but
with the method of reachiug it
8DBTBEASLBT SCHEME HOT TO BE PBESSED.
He expressed the opinion that the alli
ance would not press tho subtreasury
schcme, but would be satisfied if they
could secure a reduction and equalization
of taxation and an enlargement of tho cir
culating medium to meet the demands of trade
tTf ^U"1itr'i8' 110 ,thought not unlikelv that
the conditions might De such, the value of sU
ver being increased, that the democrats could
adopt the free coinage of silver during the
lifty-second Congress. They could, he thought
maLe a, reduction and equalization of the
tariff by taking up one item at a time
ft0 . *' throuKh the House aud thTn
through the benate with the assistance of cer
tain republicans. "The Farmers' Allisn- e " h?
?*'d. ' " advancing from the west into the
north and ea*t, and some of the least digested
id least well considered features of the move
ment are being toned down, all not agreeing
to principles which some would advance I
have been watching the movement with con
siderable interest. I cannot discover that
thero has becu auy combination formed be
tween the tanners' Alliance and the labor
party in the cities though such a union h^
en announced. If the wage workers of tho
cities should join with the \li7anCe J believe
the Unitedfstates/'eIeC* n?* Resident of
INDIANS MAKING TROUBLE.
Troops Sent to the Rose Bud and Pine
R'djce Agencies.
Gen. Schofield today received a dispatch
from Gen. Miles stating that troops had been
ordered to the Rosebud and Pine Ridge Indian
agencies to restore order among the Indians
agents* pa* beyond control of the Indian
DISTRICT FINANCES.
'lhe Commissioners to Go Before the
Appropriation Committee.
The District Commissioners have been in
vited to meet the members of the House ap
propriation committee at the Cspitol tomorrow.
It is probable that the committee will take up
tue District appropriation bill first and put it in
form for consideration. The Commissioners will
explain their estimates, which have been sub
mitted to the Secretary of the Treasury, and if
opportunity offors will probably have somothing
to say on the condition of the District finances
which now seems to make it imperative that
expenditures for improvements shall be much
curtailed.
in ,Peaki?* the matter of
the District revenues today, said he thought
the editorial article in Haturdav's Btar mlal
some very important suggestions. It was no
more than fa.r, he thought, that the United
states government should assume half of tt?t
portion of tho bondod debt of the District reo
rosentins expenditures up to the time when
the present system of sharing tho expenses nT>
tho District went into effect.* ?uch Ltion on
tho part of the government, he said, would
greatly relieve the District.
He thought that in all other cities the system
of assessing a part of tho cost of street im?
provements upon abutting property prevailed
and that it was lair, although the conditions
here were such as might make it inadvisable
to adopt snch a course.
Big Trees Found.
Special Agent Mozier writes to the general
land office from Tacorna, Wssb., that a grove of
glint red wood trees, like those on the Yoeem
ite National Park. Cel., has been discovered in
Pierce county, Wash. The SeoreUry of the
Ditsrior has ordered an investigation of the
subjoct through the agricultural division of
the census bureau and Congress may be asked
to set aside the land on which the imTm
tending as a national park. Mr; Mozier says
that the people of Tacoma will probably have
a flag pole made of the tallest frees to halln t
to the world's fair. Some of the trees sn
feet high and 18 feet in diajL."*. *n40?
tort^^MU-SF * 8tnrkweather
tookpiaoe at Milwaukee, Wia, yesterday after
'TWAS ONLY A SCARE.
Unwarranted Reports About the In
dian Uprising.
LITTLE MOVEMENT IN STOCKS.
Dillon and O'Brien Will Issue a
Parneli Manifesto.
DELAMATER IS NOT A CANDIDATE.
THE SCARK SUBSIDING.
Little Cause for Fear of an lodUn Out
break.
Chicago, Nov. 19.?A spocial to the Time*
from Bismarck. N.D., says: A man who has
just arrived from Mandun says the Indian scare
has subsided. The expected massacre of the
people of that place by a band armed to the
teeth and bent upon exterminating every white
man in the vicinity did not take place. While
the excitement there for a few houra
waa genuine, the level - headed peo
ple here compared it to the Met-siah craze,
which affects many of the Sioux. Gov. Miiler
participated in the panic by ordering the adju
tant general to lin>marck and making pre|<ara
tions to issue arm* and ammunition and call
out the National Guard. The desertion of his
post of duty by an agent of the United States
Department of the Interior at l'iue ltidgo
Agency, conpled xvith the fact that there is con
siderable excitement amcug certain Indiana on
all of the agencies. haa been the main cauae of
the excitement and talk about an Indian up
rising being imminent.
The agent in question waa sent to Pine Ridge
agency about aix mouths ago, with no experi
ence in dealing with Indians. The agent waa
entirely unequal to handling the rcfractory
bucka who wers crazed with the religious
fever. Provioua to his departure li? wrote let
tera to aomc of the army officers calling atten
tion to the impending danger of au outbreak,
citing iucidents where ludiana had resisted ar
rest aud openly threatened the agent, and ad
vising the government as to the best mode of
procedure in assembling an array of soldiers
on the ground at once to quell the impending
atrife.
The action of this agent in deserting hia poet
after writing the communication had much to
do with the spread of alarm among the white
aettlcrs. The report* sent out from here that
people are leaving their homes and that a gen
eral uprising of Indiana is imminent .ire without
foundation. While many of the rich cattle
mea would like to have additional troops sta
tioned in many portions of Montana where
there are none in order that their cattle might
be insured from molestation by the Indians,
the necessity of the hour do a not warraut it.
THE IXDIAXS' WINTER SflTLIEH.
Minneapolis, Miun., Nor. 19.?The J<mruaT*
Chamberlain, 8.D., special saya: The winter
atipply of clothing and annuity goods is
being delivered at the Kioux agencies. It haa
been the custom of tho Indians to sell their
clothing for little or nothing as soon as re
ceived, leaving tbcm thinly clad during the
cold weather.
All efforts to stop the practice have been thus
far unavailing and the present wiuter will
doabtlcsa prove no exception to tho rule, lo
encourage the Indians to work for themaelvea
the agenta have made contracts with the indus
trious ones to deliver the supplies at the
agencies from the railroads, paying them a
good price.
WHY THE sfAXE WAS STARTED.
Faroo, N.D., Not. 19.?A telegram from Got.
Miller to Adjutant General Percy, now in thia
city, is to the effect that the whole story in regard
to the Indians is greatly exaggerated and the
people of Mandan have no grounds for fearing
a raid. It ia allege d that these harrowing tales
were got up by Missouri parties interested in
tho retention of Fort Lincoln and other posts
in the west, as there had been considerable
talk of late of abandoning them.
TROOPS IS READINESS.
Salt Lake, Utah, Not. 19.?All troops at
Fort Douglas, except one company, yesterday
received orders to hold themselves ready to
march to the scene of the Indian troubles.
THE FLUCTUATIONS SMALL.
Stocks Depressed at First, but After
ward Gather Strength.
New York, Not. 19.?The early prices from
Loudon this morning showed a panicky state of
the market for American stocks there, and
this market at the opening followed with losses
from I to 3)? per cent in the active stocks,
Jersey Central being down 8}j, New York
Central 1%. Northern Pacific preferred '1%,
New England and Union Paciiic each 2 aud
others smaller amounts. The concessions,
howevor, brought in buyii.g of sufficient
volume to check the downward tendency in
prices, and while Northern Pacific preferred
retired 1 per cent farther and sugar refineries
IV, the great majority of the list failed to go
below the opening priccs. and a comparatively
sharp upward turn in the first half hour re
sulted in bringing Lackawanna up l%,Kew York
Central 1X, Atchison 1, and the others frac
tional amounts, while Jersey Central, after a
further loss of 1 to 90, rallied to 983>j. and sugar
refineries regained the Iobs from its opening
figure. Tho cxcitement in tho market soon
subsided and the business done subsided into a
very moderate volume, while the fluctuations
became small, though the best prices were
well held. At 11 o'clock the market was fairly
active and steady to firm at about the best
prices of the hour.
At noon money was close, with no offers and
6 bid.
a firm front bhowh.
The stock market after 11 o'clock, with the
exception of a momentary weakness in New
England, which depreciated % per cent, dis
played a firm front on a very moderate busi
ness and brought prices up above the best
figures of the first hour over the entire list,
'lhere was no special feature shown, but prices
steadily advanced until toward noon, when
manv stocks hud recovered all the loss from
last night. Jersey Central touching 95. A re
action appeared before noon, however, and at
that time the market wag rather heavy, but at
close to the best prices of the morning.
bilver opened at 97highest sals, 96>?;
lowest sale, 97; last sale, 98^.
-WHERE HAVE THEY GONE?
Three Mysterious Disappearances la
Buflklo.
Buffalo, N.Y., Not. 19.?There hare been
three mysterious disappearances of well-known
mea hers within a month. The first was Med
ford Austin, a clerk in the post office, who is
belieTed to have committed suicide by jump
ing from a ferry boat into the Niagara river.
The second was Jas. W. Mattber. aged sixty,
employed in the controller's office, who disap
peared two days after election and has not
since been seen or heard of. The latest is
Fred Riogel Mann, a popular restaurant keeper,
who has been missing for several days past. It
is said that Kiegel Mann has been running be
hind in business lately, owing to his lack of at
tention, and that be has left town until his
affairs sre smoothed over.
Iowa's Thrifty Justices.
Dks Mown, Iowa, Nor. 19.?The board of
supervisors of this county has instructed tbe
assistant county attorney to immediately take
steps to have the grand jury indict every justice
and constable in Lee and Dee Moines townships
for criminal conspiracy to defraud the county.
This action arisss from the tact that these offi
cers of the law have taken advantage of the pro
hibitory act to sera fabulous salaries at the ex
peassof the county. In oae Instance ss many
ss twelve different informations wars filed
against the sams person charging him with a
single offense, thus making twelve fess for a
ease. It is sstiaatad that it is costing
county ?108,000 par annua to keep the
justicss and ss sre hers at work.
GEN. SKLIYKRSKOFF DKAD.
r he Police QmPI UwMi w kMktr H w
Suloldr or Murder.
Paaia. Not. It.?(Im. WirffAol. tbe P.ue
iImi police tfcDl who fNtenUj received I
bullet in hie bt ad while sitting ia ha rota e4
the Motel de Hade. died this morning. TW
?bootin- U a myeterioue affair, one report
b in# that after a stranger had eelled oa Um
roB' ral and .imparted the latter wee discovered
to have L>< < u wounded by a ballet trad lata
iu? bead. \Vii< n found by his valet tbe general
?i unconacieus.
A at fnuJ report i? to tbe effort that Oen. Reh
TcrsioU had received no one during the interval
which eiaj <ed iiace he va> laat ?.*en ia goed
h? sltli aiiti the inom.nt of tbe valet'* dieoover
in* lam wounded and uuconsciona.
The police aire uuaMe to flud tbe weapaa
with which the sound bud been iatwtel and
ucwl.i r? iu the room were there any traoee at
he slightest struggle having occurred. Th*
police hecni to be divided in opinion a* ta
whether it is a case of suicide or murder.
White (he vaiet hu not t>een placed under ar
reet, his movements are being dourly watched,
a citt rsnicavixo Mvar>x.n rorsn.
Later.?Judicial authentic* ere conducting
an inquiry at the Hotel Hade into Gen. lie live r
skofTs death and have examined a number af
the aervHiit*. The police have become eoa
rinccd tuat the valet ba 1 nothing to do writh
the shoot'ng of his master aud they bar*
therefore withdrawn their watch on him. Tha
v.ilet waa much attached to Gen. Kebvemkoff.
The evidence clearly point* to aa aaeaseina
tion. A clue baa been obtained which will
probably lead to the detection of the murderer.
A few dare ago M. XI. Hernoff. the owner of tb*
I'ranco-Knssian room* on l!uc Royale. engaged
aa an employe a KusM&n Pole named Podleski.
Podleski was intrusted by bia employer* with
au iuvitattoa to a ball, which be wa* to deliver
to Gaa. Seliverskoff. Thin enabled him to
obtnin access to the general'* room. Fodleekv
h.i? absconded.
Tbe further tbe authorities inquire into tb*
case the more tbe evidence tend* to prov* that
tbe murder waa committed by a nihil vat and
that it waa an act of political vengeanoe.
CONFIDENCE*!* 1'AKMCLL.
A Manifesto to be Issued by tha Irtah
Envoys.
Kt? York, Nov. 19.?T. P. O'Connor, the
Irish envoy, said this morning that Mr. billon
bad left for buffalo lest eveuiug for tb* pur
pose of meetiug Mr. O'Hrien there. Mr. Dil
lon has in bis -'OnwsMon tbe draft of a mani
festo to be issued by tbe Irish envoys in tbia
couutry expressing confidence in Mr. ParneU'a
genius and devotion to the Irish cau** and
urging him to retain the leaderehip. After
consultation with Mr. O'lirien a* to the word
ing of the manifesto, tbe document. Mr. O'Briw
?aid, would be given to the prow at buffalo.
SOT A CANDIDATE.
Mr. Delainatrr Says He Will Not Oppoaa
Senator Cameron.
PrrrsBrao. Nov. 19.?A special from Meada
ville says a newspaper correspondent called tb*
attention of Senator Dels mater to a dispatch
from Pittsburg in which he is wad* to say that
be is a candidate for tbe United Mates Senate.
The senator, after reading tbe articl* ta ques
tion. stated tbut uo such interview had ever
taken place, atid that the declarations attrib
uted to him were untrue in every particular.
He authorizes the statement that be is not and
bus not been a candidate for senatorial honor*.
OPENS FLAT I?'T IMPROVES.
Tbe Course of Storku In the Ixtndoa
Market Today.
London. Nov. 19.?Tbe stock market opened
very flat, but the prices of all securities bave
since improved. American securities are 91
per share higher than tbe price* quoted at
12:30 p.ai.
At 12:30 p.m. prices on tbe stock exchang*,
as compared with last evening's closing price*,
showed a decline of 3-Mi for consols for mouey;
a decline of 5-1G for consul* for tbe account; a
decline of J for Caii.idiitn Pacific: a decline of
l;v for Erie; a decnue of 8 for trie second con
sols; a decline of 2 for Illinois Central; a de
cline of 3 . fur St Paul common; a decline of
1!. for New York Central; a decline of for
Pennsylvania; a dtcliue of 1 for Heading, a de
cline of 1 for Atlantic and (treat western
first mortgage trustee*' certificate* and no
change for do. second mortgage.
At this hour (1.30 p. m. i foreign securities
are steadier, but Amcncan railway secaritie*
are again droopiug. Tbe discount houses are
s care. Tbe payment of tbe coupons on
I' ruguay bonds have been provided for.
4 p.m.?Consols. 93J, for money and 94 1-16
for the account. I'mted states bonds, 4a, 123.^;
do. 4'as. 104,'g.
Tbu chief cause of tbe depreesion in the
stock market this morning was tbe refusal of
the Hank of England to discount tbe billa of
itariug brothers Jc C-o. before maturity.
After verging upon a panic the stock market
closcd with a better tendency all around.
Prices at tbe close, as compared with tbe 12:30
p.m. price*, shoved no change for consols for
money; an advance of 1-16 for consols for tbe
sccottnt; a decline of ^ for Atlantic and
(.?rest Western first mortgage trustees' certifi
cates; no change for ditio second mortgage;
a decline of lh-i for Canadian Pacific; a decline
of for Erie; an advance of 2 for Erie second
consols. no change for Illinois Central; an ad
vance of for St. Paul common; no change
for New York Central; a decline of for Penn
sylvania and a decline of >4 for Heading.
DK8F.KTIM1 APPRENTICES.
They Found the Naval Training School
Discipline Too Severe.
BfFFiixi, N.Y., Nov. 19.?Harry Williams af
Cleveland aud \\ m. bennett of Green bay,
Mich., two young deserters from tbe naval
training school at Newport, B. L, were ar
rested here yci lerday. They enlisted on the
steamer Michigan at Erie, Pa., last Jnly and a
month or so later were transferred to tb*
Brooklyn navy yard, whence tbey were seat to
New port. 1 he discipline was not to their taste and
they made up their miuds to escape. About a
week ng<> tliey crawled out of a window, passed
the guards by wading through the surf and tbe
next morning traded uniforms with a couple
Of street arabs. Tbey began working their
way homo by jumping* freight trains and late
Suudr.y night they arrived in this city. Tbey
were wandering aimlessly about when they
were taken in bv the police. Yesterday tbe
L'uited Htaieti authorities were notified and tbe
boys sent to Fort Potter, where tbey will Im
held.
HE RAISED CHKCKS.
Unlucky Speculations Drive a Trusted
Employe to Forgery.
New York. Nov. 19.?Charles U. Easton, far
five years past a trusted employe of tbe tobacco
bouse of John H. T. Mayo of No. 68 Broad
street, is a forger and a fugitive from justice.
Easton was in receipt of a fair income, bat
apeculation proved too great a temptation for
him. and wben, on October 8. be (led from tb*
city be left victims to whom be owed money ta
tbe aggregate amouut of ?40.000.
His forgeries wore of such a nature and have
led to such complications among financial cor
porations that every effurt was made to keep
tbe news of his flight aud peculauons from the
Eublic. Not until yesterday did tb* a*ws of
i* flight and forgeries become known. Every
effort made by the detectives to loeat* the
fugitive has preved futile. He is supposed ta
be in Canada. An examination of tbe books af
Mr. Mayo show that Ea*ton's crooked work
was carried on for a long time. The raising af
checks and forgery of drafts was th* method
used by Easton in bis peculation*.
SHOT BY AN ASSOCIATE.
Fatal Quarrel In a Chicago Book
Bindery.
Chicago, Oct 19.?H. E. Thorp, a bookbinder
employed in a printing **tabliahment in this
city, waa ahot and fatally wounded by a fellow
workman named Edward Weinder laat night.
The two men hare had frequent quarrel* of
late and yeeterday exchanged angry worda. Ia
tbe afternoon \Veinder applied to the foreman
for permission to lexve tbe workshop, which
was granted. It seems that be bought a revol
ver while he was out, and. loading it, waited
for an opportunity to use it on hu enemy. Tha
tme came when tbe men quit work. Thorp
made soma ramark to K*lnd*r aa h* passed hie
bench, wben tbe latter turned and fired, fatally
wounding Thorp. Weinder made hi* aaaaai ia
tbe excitement that followed and haa not bees
eaptured.
MiM Price's Amtlut Hel<L
Nrw Ton, Kov. 19.?John T. Davie,
crank who last night ahot Miaa Gladys Prtea,
th* orgaaiat af the Mariaera' Oharah, wm ar
raigned in the Tomb* polio* eoart thia mara
ina aad held to awoit the reeult of hia vWhtl
injuries. Davis rambled ia hia talk aad re
alftrmed bia atatamant that it waa Ma iaseahaa
to have ahotex-Preeident Cleveland. MlaMa
ia etUl confined to the hMBltnl aad It ta tka^M
will reoovac.

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