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Vou 77-No 17,098.
WASHINGTON, D. C.. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1890.
TWO CENTS.
THE EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED DAILY. Exr*pt Sunday,
AT THE STAR KIILDISG9,
1101 Pcnnjy'.Ttaia Are., corner 11th Street, br
The Ereninf: Star Newspaper Company,
&. U. K U KKVANN, ITetL
T*? T.-nmsn Stab la .erred to -nlwrlber* to ?he
rlr> hy ramera. <>n their own account, at 10i-ent* )?t
*eek. or 44?\ |*r n.uutb tuple- ;:t sue n.unler.
M'Jwh Bv uiaii at \ or rtv in me I 'nit. <t *taUsor
Canada n?Wf prepaiu? .j?? ctnu i*r n.uLth.
SaTrRDaT gitrairLi Shift Stab 41.50 per an.
[Entered at the I' Ml < 'ffice at Wasuiiiirton. l>. C.. as
arruud-class man mattrr.i
l*~All mail .nbemptirna mmt he paid ui advance;
?*> w?i ?eut U>tu-f r tlwi paid lor
l.ate. of advtrtl.-uur made known nn apt nation
SPECIAL NOTICES.
? ^_o,C.LKN ECHO
PRoi'EHTY IS THE BIST INVESTMENT NOW
OFFERED.
GOOD ROADA HANDSOME HOTEL. ELECTRIC
RAILROAD.
DON'T PAT FROM 5 TO "J5 CENTS PER FOOT
FOR LAND ELSEWHERE WHEN lOU CAN BUY
BETTER PROPERTY I OR LESS THAN 1 CENT
PER FOOT.
A SYNDICATE HAS BEEN FORMED FOR THE
PURCHASE OF LAND ADJACENT TO THF. GLEN
ECHO SUBDIVISION AND A FEW SHARES ARE
FOR SALE BY THE UNDEKSIGNED AGENTS.
DO NOT DELAY IF YOl* WANT TO GET IN ON
THE GROUND FLOOR.
a C. PAYNE A CO, AGENTS,
n!5-6t 013 l.VTH ST.
?IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE DIS
1K1CT Ok CO 1.1 MB1A.
The 5th day of November, 1890.
L. k rnucK 1.H.V!* and iumpluuiiit>i, }|cdon Riirn.
hi* wife, Alice L. Jar?? A. Hi we and Cecilia
Howard vs (? or. e Loi;<s IX-jiiinijiie Anto.ne l>e
Juic* francoi* Georgv I>eC?eufroy# C'tlUvrou
Cm. l;s.- . trustee. and Arthur T. Bnce, trustee, defend
ant* Ibtquiti ,No.
on r.oiion of the complainants, by Mr. Selrten. their
solicitor, it is tLi* 5th dav of November. oy Uie
court- id. rrd that the ri* feudal.t-s vieorye Uoiai
nujue * ntoin* ife* iteofroy ai.d elule* Ki ucoih oeo?>re
l>e Geofroj, *everailv rause tb?ir appearance to l?e
entered herein on or beiore :be hrst rule day ocenrrinic
forty da) sailer lui* ?lay. ?->tn?rwn?e the c*uae will t.e
proceed* d a* m rase of default.
The obje<_ t of thu? ?uit.? *.o ol>ta.n a confirmation of
the | artition hen t*?i? re ma ieor to ertect a n-w ? ar
tir.on <>f th* rt-al >-*tr t*? hi the L?i-Uict of Columbia,
whcre< f (.e?-rv? W 1..are of tne said Llstnct,
died seized and | instate
A. C. fci; > I?L> Y, J'Hti.'i
A true row lest: i?. J. 2fcLIi*S. v 1- rk.
nl3-l*w4t By M. A. i UN V. Ass't Clerk.
Ifcs"
Notice ta hereby frir^n to the stockholders of the
*aah. nvtuD luii.' Insurance l- uipan.t ilr.i a iilcdtiiil
o: Iwfbtj c.'Ul ?TU?i on eac. tha capilal ?t?>rk
of tki imij uy ku !?? ? ilir iinl ?U'i oiu'r. il to be
paid, u tar 1st if lMra.kr, lbOU. ..' L< 11- e of tiic
coiu^mo. WM. in i.Ris,
Iil-? illiW 'J* Sm \ and 1 ruaa.
oTiTThanksgivino uiFLKi:;a~
; ?? oar Fri*:i'l*. Ciri>cuti?r?. Bric kJayi r*.
1 lasterersaud M?cbiiii*t?ai2<t .>11 ?Uwn who
klTf ao tft D'-rullal) patrolilZed ui* llrt ^aat
till in yearn
?iii ui to atiiscouot of l."> i or rent
From our rcfuiirpneeaoo at) 1 SI'U t ut.ery
and ? iMxcunnt ? f lt? i^r ccut un ail lle
ctauukv luvl. ^urrha^n! lrviu ua I lit- unt
ten a >?*, ci>miu**iic:::ir ?<*iida>, Uio lTtii,
aud cuutinuina ti tuo ~ 7111.
fHA.NK.-UIt i.so DAY.
Ail KOvds lui.y wkrr.nte,! as uaual.
CHAS. T. CAKTER Jk CO..
3 door* from nth it. tiUO i'a. avi . u. w.
Dl5--siu.tli.a-4t
,D1VI1>IND I'ECLAREw by
TliE WAnH1N<.1-<>.\ JliLE INSCR
ANCL COMPANY.
.IHK ANNCAL MEETING OF ITOCI
_ ____ lui.urs ol tin Cviunibi.t Tltie In*uriu.<e
C".i?i?;iy Ut tlit; Dmu< in r.-iutLibia t- :* tl.? ?? lcction
11 bit. eu Imlwi will L* lie Kl at tin ultki p uf the < uni
iany. .?tit) .> b At- n.w.. on M'?Nl?At, Im-miiUt l.">,
:.l 1 o"cKm ? p.ai F ill rtill be upeU fruiu to 4
o"rt\? k p.m. Hvk.ior ttauater of ?t?H k will be cluaed
December .\ !!*!??. J. D. COl'GHLAN.
nl 4-?.t\i.i. i.^t.15 Secretary.
jv^^sptciAi. juaoneaaan
E. F. miuvts,
631 10TH ST N.W. CORCORAN BUILDING.
liasTU. purciiaaed tbe reiutiuuitc stock of
THE MITCHELL-VANCE CO.
CiYMAL CHAN l>r 1.1 LRS,
These -Ui erior ?food'* are now oSercdat
(iRLA 1 l.Y RM>i CEi? 1'Uil.Es.
is AS tiX l 1 UES,
CHANDFUERS, LIBKai.Y SLIDE?,
HALL LIGHTS. GA> BKACKETS,
NEYitaT Di SIGNS AM> kiNl.iH
MOST C^MPi.Ell. .-Mut i\ sHl'WN IN 1UISCITY.
>Ei-l. Nt. A 1 I < -T
A BE Xl TIFt L LoT ?. F 1MPO..TED BRONZES.
llk*V'-ttl
iT" -^FIDELITY AND DIP* sIT COMPANY.
OF MARYLAND.
7 NORTH t iLil.lU .-> 1UEET,
BALlIMt-RE.
CAP11AU * .<H>.rtOO.
BECOMES bl l.l 1 V UANAoES ESTATES.
AC IS AS REGls 1 RAIL
RECEIVES Dtlt.i: 1 MAKES LOANS.
Ol FlCKRS:
CLINTON I'. PAIN.*. Pre-iUent
LL< >k l> L JAl ha^1.',; , l r.clili<nta
El A I.N WARE I LD.) ,c"
UKuUGIi U1>H i\ Treasurer.
lie... *. AS t.. iiu>LLii. !setr*-tary.
Bet >u.-?-tirety ou N?n<N ??f > levators, Adnunistni
to. , o?u;diu:.> Le? e v r??. Tiu-teea, Jic., uiid iu ail I
?adarukii.*.? ib .moii 1..I i r ^. tw-Uainrs.
Uii;t. ^Lttefti e hd?riit> ol sai^ned oUi? era, clerks '
al.^. euip.oye.4.
l.ecfive% u ? ^ey on de|>oait subject to check, and al
liM UU re?ttl:*-reon.
ii-.????> ?i?aii* c:i u|>i>roV? d coliat-ral and ^fort^u^Mu
Is a fe-il ?ls|M?iiory forC?*urt andli *i?t fuud*.
IramnM 1 ?*tatf* :<?r j Mcnum, Adiuiiu?tvaftorau
Ouduviia^*, Tiu*tc??, ac. Collects rents, itcoiues* xc.
JtOOLE k K.NUTr,
Qeiu ral Amenta,
olK eo'Jm ?10 13tiiat. n.w
U "^Cxl.Hoi L INHTI'll"1L. ti k asl. >.U\.
nVrur>. readme uiid a;uus< nient room a for
C aiiioju* you: ?r luea Lit rary and iuU><ca1 e\er. i?e-?
e>v r> i uur^iay *-v?-!iiiut. .All ar? iuvium. i lioo. J.
Hl'i lJVA.N. pies.. Lb. ^ALLLi, JB., secretary.
oliO- law I in
^or CAN A' . >AVE M'?s v n
tkavin*r >uur Lat:obsa. k ur- Ken abd aiaiitre
wotk p operiy attrndrd io. 1 weut)-five ia.it rns of
Laircbes 4n stock, ) r it* to ?ult Novelty .steel J'l*;e
and >ii..oi;?L-* \lti i o.. I'ulver >urr:a. *. K-uk'^ %?itii
waler ba< k. 4$ 1 ~> bLd U)*aro. l>ecei:t ilijprovruieuts
in atoiv ai ti H^re hou-n, a::d work ~i ui in rew, Kive
Hie ui ??tjuaieil laciiilies for b~n>i?lt.tf uii ilas^e-. of
work witn oii>|>aUli. Oj-eti of e\t-i.i:.v* Ui.ti. 1U;>.ui.
JS* > O..Aa>, 'i i'-JO I'a. are. lelcpiioUe. I?h4 ? '!L
?yii- .'hn
Y YOCI COAL, COU AM' WOOD
lrojn the reiiaoie Uriii ol
ULi -1 HK1.S, me uiost lAicusive retail dealers in the
couutr>- c<4
>ri< r or roHieiti'ke ov skk k.
MicklioUiera in the Lanot>pe Cun.. any of
%br district of Coiuukt'uk %Uo Uuve toikUto i-u> the
at?H r%n.ents hereto.ore ?.rd?red by the Co mi any are
bt-rt-Ly uoiifivd tust their Mu'k uuu uil iir\jo'n? pay
ments made thereon wiii be forleitcd unit** ill srreara
ar i*ai > at th?* othce of the treasure;. tllW L4tUst.
n.w. \?i?h.n the iiiue i>n?cribed by ?aw. 4Sec. .???u.
kcv.srl Matuiea of theC.Sa. relating to the Uutrict
of Columbia. >
by order of the Loard uf Trustee*.
tf All I LL M. BUY A 5. President
Attest . FUANk. W. MOCi.IAIN, Secreta"y.
?II ir w. . a?A?.C..Ocl. 1JL HWl
^ >1CK?COAL?-WOOP.
Bc?*r ?rrauclowest prices, red wagons.
AMk K1CAN let COMPANY
VatBoftc", loth and > n.w. 1 elei>hoDe 4NG.
bean< L oil. , OOM l'a. avt. n.w. Telephone W
J. C X \ Y L< ?L. A??:stsnt Secretary and *1 n-a.?urer.
JOHN MILL: h. \ice ^res't, in cuar^e of fuel de
partment.
Bau.tfi r Latbs at wholesale,
_o-l 3in K. M. WILLIS, Manager
fr'^aDK.A. w. SWKl;BKKG.tiHAl>l ATLOXTA
no Neteriuary CoL?Ke. deMir?? to intorm
CAaeuia and the ireneriil public t^at hia hrad^uart is is
at the "iredoaia," li st. bet. 13thand I4ih n.w. Tel
ephone. 1G*J nl-lin
^ LACL CChlAlNB
called tor. taken ?i-.wn and laundried with
81 PM.IOK Fl.MnH
and dtdlV' red at
50 ? LM> PEli PAIR.
Bsttsfactu.nguaianwe^ in every particular.
YALE Hi I.AM LALSDRY.
10th it^ near cor. of F.
F. H. WALKER * Ca
Telepbooe call?10V--3.
,16-.'lpi
1*ELocBrrs Select Notes,
HCBLBt'TS ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES.
And other Commentaries on the
International suuday >chool Leaaona
tor 1IM1.
c. C. PC Its ELL.
Books and Stationary.Wholesale end Petal!,
?l?-3Hiu.lp 41S 1>T H ST. N.W.
w
QOKHAM PLATE.
CANDELABRA TEA SETS. MEAT AND VEGETA
BLE DISHES. CRNS. KETTLES AND WAITERS.
INDIVIDUAL TERRAPIN DISHES.
SCOLLOP SHELLS AND PANSilKINS.
WINE COASTER.-, FERN DISHES, Ac. AO.
AT THE M AN L FACTl'RER'S PR1CKA
IN POINT OF QUALITY. FINISH AND DCRABIL
1TY THESE OOODS HAVE ABM>LUTELY NC
EgCAL AND IN DEsIuN are not surpasskc
BY THE HIGHEST ORDER OF
SOLID SILVER WARE.
W, are prepared to furnish complete sets or single
pacta, and have in atuca Ikn lataet patl?raa. Just pro
duna. for lSUc-tfl.
M. W. GALT. BRO. k CO..
JEWELI-ERS AND SILVERSMITHS,
kl? 1107 Psnaa. At?.
? y OOOATARRH REMEDY
o o Ki>cotw4 tnr C lo.tautly rrluvern aruf
O OM.en.ii.eot pky-c ,??d.lv i ure. ,-a*arTL
,MO.-clao. O C?kjrduyoa-'iiTer* ?.?
U0C ?i IMii.iMeciue.
?i i ? CHRaSTIANl. Wholesal- ai d ReialL
? I - tH.tM.34,, 4*4
SPECIAL NOTICES.
g?\^?S?THK M L TI AL IN VCS1 MEN'T
" ASSOCIATION
(Incorporated nnder the law* of the state of Maryland)
WILL ISSUE BONDS TO THE AMOUNT
or
9250, (500, (1,000.
And may be pnrcbaaed upon monthly payment*. a*
follow*: Th'- tint lay mailt upon a (250 bond la 04.50
aud uiw Ixnlar a montn thereafter until called iu.
The tint payment upon a i.">00 bond la *8 and Tvo
Doliark a month thereafter until called in.
Tbe Hist payment upon a t1.000 bond ia $16 and
Four Dollars a month thereafter until railed in.
In every cue a LainUome profit i* guaranteed, aa
will be seen by the following:
IN THREE MONTHS YOU WILL HAVE PAID
(0.50. (12 or (23;
YOUR BOND VALUE 18
?-'.A (50 or *100:
YOt'R PISOFIT (18.50, (38 or $77.
IN SIX MONTHS YOU WILL HAM PAID
410. ?1!; 5.) or CiO;
YOCB BOND VALUE IS
$31.25, (62.50 or 9125;
YOUR PROFIT *21.25, (50 or (80.
IN ONE YEAR YOU WILL HAVE PAID
$18, (20.50 or $02;
YOUR BOND VALUE 18
(38 50, (87.50 or 4175;
YOUR PROFIT (20.50. (01 or (113.
SEND FOR PROSPECTUS.
THE MUTUAL INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION
OF BALTIMORE CITY.
Incorporated Under the lawaof me Stat* of Maryland,
July 23. 1800.
OFFICERS:
PRESIDENT HON. WM. J. O'BRIEN.
VICE PRESIDENT SAMUEL W. REGEsTEll.
1KLAMILK JOHNS H. R. NICHOLSON.
SEcRETAKY OLIVER B. CRA1Q.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
HON WM. O'BRIFN, Coun*ellor-at-Law,
Jull.NS li. R. NICHOLSON. of J.J. Nicholson k \
Sous, Bcnkera.
C AS J. CAItY. proprietor Ralto. Type Foundry.
Oil V 1 R B C1;A1G. Commission Merchant.
HLMtY ALi.NL 11, oi Ai.ucm A Moody. Boot and |
blioc via lifai turer*.
A.VIM ? KlJuESTKR. of J Repeater 4 Bona.
JOHN MOOKE. of ltobert Moore k Co.
A. S1AN1.EY H I rd(. Accountant.
t HA li W. CO ALE. Secretary Maryland Bra** Co.
Joi-LPH A. llAlli.N, M.i>.
o'bttlEN & O'BRIEN, Counsel for th* Aaaociatlon.
Represented by
ROBINSON. CLARKE k CO
INVESTMENT AND REAL ESTATE BBOKEB8.
44 Atlantic buildlnir, 928 and 030 F st?
Washington, D.C.
B >NDS NOW ON SALE. nl9-6t
fc^^=?SAF*IY. BRILLIANCY.
In Oeonretowu.
i-RATTS CELEBRATED ASTRAL OIL,
In one und live k-allou ckuk,
At Bl tXLK'S PAINT STOLE,
Telephone call 907. [ul7-lm] 1239 32d*L
jf -*?DK. W. L 0? EN. YE AND EAR SPEClAL
ist, has r moved hisofic* from Philadelphia
to 12i . K st n. w., Washington. cth,-. hours 8 to ?2
a.m. anil 5 to 8 y.ui. daily except suuday. nlU-ltu*
|^aA SPIRITLAL HOSPITAL
Did yoa ever think that is what the church Is; a
a place tor the treatment of moral digeaae? A place to
try to vet better, littie by little, according to your
strength.
COME TO THE MISSION
AT
ST. JAMES CHURCH.
8th at. bat. B and Cn. e.,
BEV. FATHER HUNTINGTON,
Order of the Holy Croea,
Miuioner.
Misaion December 0 to Dtcember 21, 1800.
Service* announced later. nl7-6t
r _^ST JAMES' CHURCH, STH NEAR B ST.
n.e. ? Exhibit!- u of new organ, built by
. h-o C. Ki.ault Co., Philadelphia ana New York, st
K o'clock p.m.. I HUUSLAY. November 20. Ilecitalby
Mr. thee. L'. Knuuff. '1 he public invited. Offerings
for the organ fund. U17-4t
^ .^REMOVAL?EASION k liUPP, STATION
e. s. cor. l a. ave. and llltb ?t.. have r moved
t 4.1 11 til >i. II w.. Ol pos.te -tar office nl .V0t
Ttl m" yATNT7iTAiNi.ts,s den
lists, have removed to 1217 Ptnna. ave. a. w.
ul.. Ot
fc- _._-,CH!HCH FAlR^i TEACHERS AND
ar- 5B- other* c..n buy everything *t wholesale ,
t rice at J. J. GOULD'S, 421 9tb ?t. Napkin*. Tissue
Psper, Tree Ornaments, lo.>g, Jap Doll*, Fans. Scroll*,
Novelties. n 15-Tt*
A- MASSAGE
A1 PATIENTS RESIDENCE.
PiiOF. MssKN,
n8-12t* 1402 14th st. a,w.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!
1 he tlu:* ha* arrived when paraon* who owe bill*
must pay them or lose their cri dit.
Do not take otf-nsa when you receive oar notice*,
but if you are unable to pay iro aud make some ar
rangement with tna party you owe towarda a settle
ment.
What we want ia protection for our merchant* |
agai-.st that claaa of i?racas who can, but will not pay
their billa.
Those |>er*ons wbo have failed to make any arranfo
rneut for settliUK their b:ll* afler haviUK been prop.
erly notil.ed *Ui ix-reported to the member* of th*
Merchants' Mutual Protective Union December 1 as |
unworthy of credit.
llii* aa>ociatiou embrace* mere hint*, doc tore, law
yern Mid aL otlier bui,iue*kes, trades -nil prolesHioua.
We itopc inimi*-rs *IU >e!:d in list* rf nume* of
paraoua ? ho nave tailed to aeiile or make arran/emaut I
therefor in time tor our report.
J. B. BROWN. Manager.
nH lm Boom 15. Central National Bank buildlnff.
^jDlt Jus H. MOollt, 1oTh"aND~E STH.
_ [. n. w. ? Rheumatic, Nervous ami < lironic |
Cases treated by MtrMiinl Ma?i>aire. S**di*b Move
ment*. Electricity, Hoi-air ll .ilik, Ac.; lias hail a laiwe
eiper.euee at Hot Spm L-*. Ark. _ n 15-tlt |
oa- ' _ ^Iilt. T. W. STURBI.EHELD. SI ROLON ,
dentist, Iuruii il\ with Dr I) o. Kniyht, beg* |
to inform hi* i auona ai d Iriend* tliat he has removed
lua liental parioi* to 1110 1- at. li.w.. over Metzerott'a |
miiMc *to e. up rative and proatnetic denti try in
ail it* braucht*. U14-2W*
.jit YOU WaNT lLAHS MADE LsEEoBli
and inner te I i<i me<liately alter the ez rar
uon I teeth, ailu no Waitinir at aii.call slid eon*ult
Dr. J. BviilLEl i llli.LS, Spceiaiiit 111 ArtiUcial \
Teeti.. laiil 1 st. n.w, nlo-lni*
SaOARDEMKO DONE IN ALL ITS
_ , BRANCHES.
URAD1NO AND SODD1NU.
VINES AND rsHLl BBEBY TRIMMED
TRIES. VINES AND SHULUbLliY FURNISHED
AND PLAN 1 ED.
WILLIS S. CLARK.
_o22-lm 013 12i)l SI. N.W.
^alMPORTANT NOTICE
GAS CONSCMEUS.
tmnncu ent" have b<*rn mud'- lor tbe convenience
of ictMiua ItviUk-tn the eaktern and Westetn oectiuns
ot tl.e city by wnuh tney ean pay their iraa bliia dur
ui* bank.ua hour* at
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL BANE
THE WEST EXD?NATIONAL BANE.
Billa paid ?ii or betore th - sth of each mouth. AND
THobL ONLY, w ill be en.itn-d to the discount of :25c.
per l.OOO cubic leet.
o21 tr WASHINGTON OAS LIGHT COMPANY.
SHOE HLMBIGOLBY.
Do not he humbi.. *ed ioto believing
that yen cau buy (tt d~oea for C'd.00 or
(4.50 shoe* for (3.40. but buy from ?
iw: able dealer who eel La on tbe
AMERICAN PLAN,
Til: (3 Shoe* for (3, (4 shoe* for (4.
Ac. After an eiperience of over forty
year* In Ibis aaiae stauil I continue to
Mil reliable, well-made
BOOTS AND SHOES
a* low (for wire ijualitieej aa any *dvar
tiMcd prices.
ROBERT COHEN,
030 PA. AVE N.W . SOUTH SIDE
n!4-St* ESTABLISH* D 1838.
g~^S?ARE YOU PERFECTLY SATISFIED
With the Tom. Style and Flnl*b of your pr*Mt
Piano? li not call at the BRADUtRY PALACE OF
MUSIC. 1225 Pennsylvania ave., and hear the "sweet
toned Brsobury." v ssee of English oak. sntiqn*
niahotfany. Circassian walnut, roaewood and cherry.
Sold for caah or om easy n.outhiy payments of (10l
Old bqoare* taken in exchanjr*L al3-23t
CERTIFICATES OF STOCK AND
Cheque*. All metliods of Printia? aM
kwrravla* GEDNEY * RoREhltL
iuh2V (07 10th bl, j&mmM Peat kuMlw
SPECIAL NOTICES.
U-CSsaI O.*.-THE MEMBEKS OK THE ORDER
?>37 "ill aasmbtemtl 29 I1th St.. between G and
I s e? bUNL?A* EVENING. 23d instant, ?t 7 o'clock
?hup, to attend dlTlne aervice. ntJ0-2t*
sPllilTUAI J8M - WONN'H HALL, 721
?v_2L ilthat. n.w. Miss Msggis uiule of Balti
more. wonderful teat uiediuiu.every FRIDAY NIUHT.
D.inmc day. FlilDAYS, at Mrs. Cabell'*, 110 2d at. a.
e.. forpnvataaittitiga. n20-2t*
|^S>A BARGAINED BARGAIN.
There are a few pair* left oat of each lot of
those LADIES' SAMPLE SHOES thatyou spent
the early part of the week anion* at <2-19.
They're scattering aixea, and yon'll bar* to drop
In to aee if jour "fit" la among them. You're
In clover If It ia?for our hurry baa broken the
price up a till smaller.
-?1.89
Put that alone aide of their actual worth and
let'a know who'* sot hold of the "hi* end of tb*
stick"?You?or na?
Before Ssturday night
SAKS AND COMPANY,
THE PLACE FOR SHOES,
PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE AND SEVENTH
STREET, It
*ri=?WRH. M. F. PAI.MkK WISHES TO IN
lotui tlie public that ?l.o i* now located at
710 11th at n w.,wltu a lull line of millinery novel
tie* fov the winter, Fiatuea a specialty. *1Q-3r
tomFimtoaiAXt*fiiixm dano- 1
_ li g claaeea liave been resumed at my new
academy ai.d residence, l.">17 K at, n.w.. for niissea
an'l masters om 'IUEhI'A* AFTERNOON at 3:30nnd
SATlhDAY MORNING at 10:30 and on XL.Jt DAY
in l KKIDAY EV NINGMatSfoi- adults. Mr*. J. T.
DYt.lt !? rmerly Mr*. F.oia C. Denniaon. n20-3t
|?- .^,OiK:AR ttEICHERT. UPHOLHTEKER AND |
Pcpcrhanger, liaa moved to 220 K at. n.w.
Carpets laid u apeciulty. n!i0-3t*
t'^s?w'? WISH TO CALL YOl'R ATTENTION
IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT
To a genuine CLAY'S WORSTED (will not
wear shiny). Style of coat: 3-button cutaway
frock. Style of vest : Single bre&ated, 5 buttons,
w th notch collar; flat braided molialr. serge
li:.td, allk and linen aleeve lining: perfect tail
ored. t'-'O
Same in Prince Albert Frock, fib.
Have you aeeu our Blue Kersey Oovercoat,
wool lined, <18!
GEORGE 8PRAN8T,
On*-price Clothier,
n20 4347th at. u.w.
,FOR THE POOR AS WELL A8 THE RICH.
f you have a larire auni of money It ia not a
difficult matter to make more with it. provided
y. .il use projHT cire. The question la, now csu
tli'.- salaried ma i have moin y fur the inevitable
ra ny day? Me uuhesitutiugly aay by taking
out a idle Imuran. e Policy in the Equitable.
No man'* salary ia so small but ttiat he eau nave
a little each month. Suppose he ia wiliiuir to
lay s*ide i'-'o per mouth. It he ia thirty-eight
year* of aire a Five i bousand Hollar Policy will
con him i'_:ult.7."> per ye;?r. and here te what we
oiler h.iu at the end of twenty year.?at which
time he will have paid in <5.095 We will
Ifiv ? hint iu .ash i0,(>8."> or we will give him In
cash ? ?'l.'.'O.'i aud extend hi* policy ten year*,
:u^ him ?29!?.75 per year, and then give
im <.1,000. making in all < 11.00"..*>0. or a
clear profit of 95.90*.50 on the investment.
The mau.t would le- pro rata should the policy
be lor one or 4 lou.urto.
BOWK8 & HALL.
The Equitubl Life Aasurauce Society,
1 la-JU 1" ?t. u.w.
jt-^S?rH? WEATlltR:
t'a>r till S tin day; tlr.wly riling temper a
tuit; until* becoMiHti ivntnii ttttrly.
YOU OR ANY OTHER MAN
Intending to buy a lumber bill, large or small,
?liould aee our Best Boards at il. 16 par 100 test.
"SEEING IS BELIEVING,"
bo once look at our 41.15 Boarda you will buy
and atop iwying <1.35 and CI.50 elsewhere for
the came lumber.
L1BBET, BIT TING KB k MILLER,
Main Yard: 6th *t. and N. Y. ave. n.w.
n20 Branch Yard: 11th and O at*, a.w.
,DK. tltVlNG C. ROSSK HAN REMOVED
11
n 19-1 m*
F hia office to the "Albauy," 1701 II-t. B.
Jours 10 to 12:30, 4 to 5 Telephone call 003.
,1111. H. U M B1.E 11A? REMOVED HIS
office to 1324 New York ave. nl9-lm*
. WEUDIXG INVITATIONS AND CAHD8
priutsd almoi-t equal t<> rngravlnir. En
graving ai*o ? xecuted. All other printing aa
usual at lowest rates.
BYRON 8. ADAMS.
&12 11th st. n.w.,
n6-3m Three d' ora below W. U. Mowi k Hon*.
0*~ ?iaRKV. TH1 O. L CUTLER uF bltOOKLYN.
N. Y..will addrca* the Young H'li'i Cnnatiau
Aisoriaiii'U av their thirty-eighth auniveraary, A 111
D.\Y, November 21, 1K1.0, 7:45 p.m., at the F rut
Bai tiit Church, lUtli aud O at*, n.w. Fyery l><>dy tn
vi 1 oo. nis-4t
?- __a WASHINGTON. D.C., NOV. 17, 1890.
?.J2T^TO THE PUBLIC:
'1 he i artnrrahip lieretotore eila'.inv between WILL
IAM 1. Ha1.DI'j% anil ALTON B ItAUB. doing l>u*i
iie*a under t!;eflrni nnme of BaLi<U.i k KAUU, Drug
giei*. at 1131 15th at. n.w , ha* thi* day been dis
solved by mutual consent.
'1 lie t vi?ir.e?* will be continued by WALTON B
RAID, at the former aland, who will receipt for all
accouiita due. VS iLLIAM T. BALDUb.
W ALTON B. RACB.
Having purchased the lutereat < f Mr. William T. ,
Baidua In the above im ntioned firm. I will continue 1
the busin a* in iny own name, and real ectliilly aolicit
the pairunavv of th* pub !c, giurantLeiug promi t and j
?ccurute >.erv.ce, pur* and fre^n tirngx. and good* at
I'EAHuNABI.K price* W ALTON U. ItAUB,
1131 lotu at. u.w,
Talephona call 587-3 nl8-3t
-^pa,WS ABE NOW PREPARED
TO SHOW OUR
WINTER STOCK OK CARRIAGES,
Comprising all the latest atyles of Broughams,
>.Ite:i*io!i-front Uroughama, D. ml C< a lies,
Berlin Coaches, bix-xat llockawayauml mui*
los kaways. unr >tylea are exclusive ami tue
workmanahip and hmaU are equal toti.il of any
l>mlil<r in ins country and excellid by none,
tlur uiaplay of Fli.e Harness far surpas>.ea any
thing In that line ever aliown in thi* i-ity. Our
>t. c* of Carriage K?b ?>. Hoiae blanket* aud
bt^bi ? Belonging.' I* lull anil complete. The
stock is large and selection good
AND1.EW J. JoYCF.'S SONS,
New Warerooui--. 1028 aud 1030 Conn. ave.
P. 8.?We keep every article necsaeary for the
Horse, Stable aud Carriage. n 18- lm
m~ '^^CUSTOM-MADE SHIRTS.?THIS 18 THE
beat tliliU to placo your onler, aa a ahlrt ia
mors eonifortabie tor summer wuar alter having been
worn through the wiuier. With a"hhirt Factory" ou
th* prt u-iae* under ?:<? management of a practical aud
long-exiie; leuced cutter we are prepared to execute all
orders I. ft witn ua at ahort notice, guaruntteing iu
every Instance a "p?rlect hi" and entire katiafM tK U.
n7-:iiu WUOUWABD k LUTHMUP.
|-^a> FIRST PAYMENT?20TH ISSUE
NOVEMBER. 1800.
EQUITABLE
COOPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION,
"KgVlTABLK BUILDING," 1003 F ST.
Asa*la 11.155,208.21.
Office hours from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. dallr- On
the first Wedneeday in each month the office will be
open from 8 to S o'clock pm. Advances will be made
promptly at 7 o'clock. The 20th issue of stcok is
open lor subscription.
Shane we <150 per mouth.
<1,000advanced on each ahare.
Pampbleta explaluiu* the ob)ertaa?d adv?atee*e<
the AswM iatioii are turuiahed upon applicatiou
THOMAS BOMKRVLLLE, Pns't
no. lot KDaOH. Soc ry. ?7
CHARTERED BY CONGRESS ISIS.
*^TRA?KLIN INSURANCE COk
o4 Washington, D.C.
CAPITAL AMD SURPLUS. <3X5,000 00
Has never contested a loss by fire, but a! way a mlkss
prompt aad liberal adjuatmenta.
Da DAN'L R CLARKE, Mat
GEO. E. LEMON, Viae PreeA
CHAS. a BRADLEY, TreM.
1. FEN WICK YOUNG. Secy.
WILL P BUT mill. Asst. Seey. tTf-Sm
Washington News and Gossip.
mm u Advert iscmea-a.
AMUSEMENTS ?pa*? 10
ATTORNEYS. i'?** 8
AUCTION SALES pa*es 7 and 10
BICYCLES pa*? 10
BOARDING 3
books and stationery Pa*? 8
BUSINESS CHANCES i1*? 3
CITY ITEMS -...p?*? 10
COUNTRY HEAL lstal'e Pan? 3
DEATHS ?..i'*#* 5
DENTISTRY pa** 7
educational -...Pa*? 8
EXCl RSIONS. PICNICS, kO. -? pa*e 10
FAMILY SUPPLIES pw?u 8
FINANCIAL Pa*? 7
FOR RENT (Flats) Pa*? -
For rent (muou.1.4kxocb) i'w 2
FOB RENT t Offices) ps*s 2
FOR RENT (?ooni) Pa*? 2
FOR RENT (Stables) fw 3
FOR RENT (Stores) pa?? 2
FOR RENT (Houses) Pag* 3
FOR SALE (uoi'sui iifc-o 3
FOR SALE (Lots) p**e 3
FOR SALE (MISCELLANEOUS) i'aire 3
GENTLEMEN'S goods - Pa*? 7
hotp.ls P**o JO
LADIES' goods pa*? 8
LECTURES P*k? 10
local MENTION pairs 10
lost AND FOUND Pan* 3
MANICURE pag? 8
makklagem Pair* &
MEDICAL. i'atf* 8
miscellaneous Pair? 5
MONLY TO loan Pa*? 3
NEW publications Pa*o 10
NOTARIES PUBLIC - potfo 10
OCEAN STEAMERS l'a*? 8
POTOMAC RIVER BOATS Paw? 8
PIANOS AND ORGANS Pa#? 8
PERSONAL pa*? 3
PRINTERS la* 7
PROFESSIONAL piiff? 7
PROPOSALS...^. Pa*e 7
RAILROADS P?*e 8
SPECIALTIES P..k? 3
SUBURBAN PROPERTY pt4f? 3
WAN TED (boaku) ? pa*e 2
WANTED (help) Pa?? 2
WANTED (hochia) P.*? 2
WAN i ED (Rooms) pa,'? 2
WANTED ^situations) puk 2
WAN 1 ED (Miscellaneous) ps*o U
WINTER resollxs pa*? 10
THR HOLIDAY SEASON.
The shrewd merchant* are now mak
ing announcement of their merchandise
suitable to the holiday trade, and the
experienced buyers are carefully taking
note of the game in order that the rush
at Christmas may be avoided as com
pletely as possible.
Government Receipts Today.?Internal
revenue, *741.465: customs, tl,009,642.
Naval Movements.?The U. 8. a Baltimore
arrived at Naples this morning.
Appointment ?Sheldon O. Evans has been
appointed an assistant surgeon in the navy
from November 18.
Naval Orders.?Lieut B. H. Stevens has
been detached from the receiving ship Ver
mont. granted one month's leave and ordered
to bold himself in readiness for sea service.
Bond Redemptions.?The amount of i}4 per
cent bonus redeemed yesterday under the cir
cular of October 9 is ?115,450, making the total
to date *0,206,350.
For a New Bank.?j. C. Rollins and others
of Charleston, w. vn, have applied for au
thority to organize the Covington National
Bank of coviugton, Va.
Bank Examines Appointed.?The control
ler of the currency has appointed James T.
carskadon of kpjser, W. Va., mi examiner of
national banks.
Revfnc* Appointments.? James A. White
has been appointed United States storekeeper
at Richmond. Ky.. and james C. Craig United
States storekeeper and gauger at Denver, Col
Troops Mashing at Threatened Points.?
Major Geu. scliofield, commanding the army,
recived a telegram from Gen. Miles this morn
ing stating that tlie troops ordered to the Piue
ridge and Rosebud Indian agencies were ex
pected to leach their destination at davbreak
this morning.
The Winona Bcildino.? Bids were opened
at the Treasury Department Yesterday for
heating apparatus for the public building at
Wiuoua, Minn., the lowest being that of W. W.
Sykes a Co. of Minneapolis, at ?3.462. Bids
were also received for plumbing work or? the
si-rae building, the lowest being that or Thos.
J. Ureen of Wiuoua, at y3,48m.
Mail Robiiebils.? Chief l'ost Office Inspec
tor Rathbone received a telegram this morning
from the postmaster at Snutbfield, Va., saying
that the mail coach on his route w?? robbed
last night. The mail carrier has been placed
under arrest A telegram was also received by
Mr. ltathboue from tlie postmaster at (Silver
Creek, N.Y., announcing the robbery of that
office last night Several registered letters and
t'jou in stamps were stolen.
Post Office Employe* Abrested.?Chief
Post Office Inspector Rathbone received u tole
graui from his assistant at Chattanooga, Teun.,
Stating that lie had arrested lleurv C. Merritt,
superintendent of the registered mail division
of the memphis post office, on the charge of
embezzliug a valuable letter. Merritt when ar
rested made a lull coute.ision and was held in
default of v'i.uou bail. Mr. Rathbone also re
ceived a dispatch from Philadelphia Announc
ing the arrest of Frank L. Wooley. a letter car
rier iu tlie Philadelphia post office for euibez
siing ordinary letter mail.
Heavi Artillery Competition.?Secretary
Proctor has approved of a plan intended to
encourage excellence in gunnery and in the
preliminary instruction of individuals and bat
teries among the heavy artillery troops of the
array, suggested by Major (i?u. schohold, and
a general order has been issued providing for
a scheme of competitions. The principal object
of theso contests as stated in "the order is by
comparison of results to impress upon all
Ofticeis. but more especially the batterv com
manders, the necessity of thorough individual
instruction iu the organizations under their
conimaiid--tho sole menus by which our in
fantry troops have reached their present high
degree of proficiency in the use of their arm.
The competitions will be between batteries, be
tween regiments and a general artillery com
petitiou, aud the order prescribes iu detail the
methods which are to prevail in eacn oase. In
the general competition the battery to which
the wiuuing detachmeut belongs is to be al
lowed to carry an artillery prize guidon and re
ceive a suitable trophy.
Pensions Tom District People.?The fol
lowing-named residents of the Distriot of Co
lumbia have been granted a pension: Original
invalid. Robert L. McGeorge, John Moore
navy; Theo. Young (Brightwood). Isaac & Tick
enor, Nelson Hough (.Soldiers' Home). Jos. C.
Chapin. Nicholas H. Kelley, Conrad Jost, John
Volley, Alex. C. Bromley, Edward Rockett
and John H. bmitb, navy. Restoration and in
crease, Newton J. Burnett Increase. benj F
Stearns. Reissue, Alfred Smith. Reissue iind
increase Geo. O. Brown. Widows, Ac., Cat
^widow of Wm. C. Lyman, navy; under
Cadets Appointed.?The following-named
persons have been appointed cadets at the
West Point Military Academy: P. T. Bachelor
,we^ Strict, New York ctty, Brooke Payne,
eighth district Warrenton, Va.; T. H Mar
Cockland. eighth district, Virginia:
g. H. Davw, Mount Sterling, eighth district
Ohio; Elgie 'l'way (alternated, London, eigbth
district, Ohio; T. W. Broatch, Omaha, eighth
district, Nebraska; C. r. Howiand, Oberliu
fourteenth district, Ohio; T.E. White, Norwalk!
fourteenth district, Ohio; C. p. trmdevieaui
(alternate), Alleghany, twenty-third district.
Pennsylvania; Dnuiel Delnuey, Stockton, ton
ond distriot, California; Arthur Fisher (altar
STx^' \?",?."e??nd n?w York;
5" 2* Jirook,yb- ?eeond district, new
Wisconsin. columbia, sixth distriot,
THE SOUTH DAKOTA SITUATION.
The Movement to Elect Pickler Sena*
tor m m Farmers' Alliance Republican.
The senatorial situation in Sonth Dakota baa
not changed materially within the paat few
days, *ay the northwestern politicians in a gen
eral sort of way. It is how certain that the
Farmers' Alliance combined with the demo
crats have a majority on joint ballot of two or
three. Unless enough of the alliance men go
to the republicans to elect a straight repubh
can-which would probably be MooJy-then the
democrat* will go to the alliance rather than the
alliance to tho democrats; the alliance people
outnumber the democrats two to one. The
latter proposition, carried out, might mean the
?lection as Senator of Representative Pickler.
Mr. Pickler is un alliance man, believes in free
coinage, holds anti-protection opinions, is en
thusiastically favor?bio to the subtreasurv
scheme, is a prohibitionist, works day and
I night in behalf of female suffrage, thinks the
government ought to take control of all cor
porations and altogether thoroughly represents
the Hum total of South lMkotaV political eccen
tricities. A number of republican* who would
like to succeed Mr. Pickler as Representative
?re urging that gentleman to press his sena
i tonal claims on the legislature.
THE FINANCIAL SITUATION.
Treaaury Official* Watching Cure fully
! tbe Movements of the Market.
Secretary Windom and his official family in
the Treasury Department are keeping an
acute observation upon the financial situation
[ dnring these days of nervousness and anxiety,
I but there if) really little that can be
done beyond the purchase of per cent
bonds, which will be continued for the pres
ent. As yet no definite proposition has been
received to buy 4 per cents and give fractional
silver in payment, which has been suggested
in New York an a means of relief, but inasmuch
as the purchase ot 4 per cents offers the
only new outlet for money to the market it is
likely that such an offer from the bankers
would be regarded with favor.
One effect of such purchases would be to In
crease the nomiual surplus, since the fractional
silver coin in the treasury, amounting to over
919,000.000, is not counted as part of the fund*
available for the reduction of the public debt
The surplfu just now is about $11.000.000.
In pursuing the policy of freeing as much
money as possible the Secretarv has already
caused the purchase of 4.500^l00"ounces of sil
ver during November, this being the quota for
tho entire month. This will, ot course, neces
sitate a halt in the silver operations ior a few
days, but tho purchase* will be resumed De
cember 1.
THE APPROPRIATION COMMITTEE.
Members Hold a Preliminary Meeting
ut the Capitol. |
There was quite an assemblage of Congress
men at the Capitol today. A meeting of the
House appropriations committee was called
for today. Estimates for tho District of Col
umbia, the pensions and the fortification bill*
were furnished by the Secretary of the Treasury.
Messrs. McComas, Coggswell and 8ayers were
present and after waiting seme time for the ar
rival of other members of the committee Mr.
McComas called the meeting to order. The
clerk, Mr. Courts, laid before them the esti
mates in his possession and announced that he
had dispatches from other members of the
committee stating that they would be here not
later thun Monday next. 1 he work of the com
mittee was then distributed among the old sub
committees and an adjournment was taken
subject to the call of the chairman.
HEAP SOLDIERS.
And What They Will Do If There's an
Indian Outbreak.
Gen. Mile* i* not given to *oft speeches when
in conversation with Mini-hostile Indians, and
testimony to thi* effect is produced by an
Hrmy officer who has just returned from the
seat of trouble in the Sioux nation. When the
general visited the Cheyennes two weeks ago
he had a lengthy conversation with a number
of the more prominent chiefs and head men.
Tho redskins wanted to find out the white
man's program and asked Miles what ' Wash
ington" purposed doing if there should be an
outbreak when the Messiah made his appear
ance.
? The Great Father will Bend *oldiers," re
plied the general.
'?Heap *oldiersV" wag tho aboriginal inquiry,
''ie*. heap aoldiers," said the general.
'More soldiers thin anv of you ever saw, and
when they come I'll whale hell out olyou."
THE LIEUTENANT BLAMED
By Those Whose Liquor License Appli
cations Have Been Rejected.
Just at present Lieut. Amiss' lot is not a
happy one, and his unhappiness is caused by
the "turned down" liquor dealer*. Lieut
Amiss is in charge of the drst precinct station,
and that is the only precinct thu* far in which
the liquor men'* applications have been acted
upon and that is why ho is the only lieutenant
thus far who is being besieged by those whoso
pplicatiou* the Commissioners acted unfavor
bly upon. They place the blame on tho lieu
tenant, and want to know the wliy* and where
fore*. The reasons for rejecting the applica
tions differ. Some applicants who have the
requisite signers and who have complied with
other conditions havo been among those who
hnvo fallen under the Commissioners' ax. The
police think that if the same ratio of rejected
applications holds good in the other precinct*
the number of license* will come within the
400 rule.
In some instances objection was made where
the nluces were kept open all night and on
Sundavg. and where the eating and drinking
bars were in the same room ?o that on Sun
days and after hours drink* might be aerved
without any danger of probecution.
WRIT OP HABEAS CORPUS
Argued in Case ot Orvllle S. Wilson
Today.
In the Court in General Term today the case
Orville 8. Wilson for writ of habeas corpus
was argned by Messrs. H. W. Garnett and W.
R. Berry for the petitioner and Mr. Hazel
ton for the District
The petitioner, a* agent and employe of the
Kendall Manufacturing Company of Rhode
Island, was engaged in December in
selling sospine. a washing powder,
and was arretted for violating the
law* of August 23 and June 20,1872. passed
by the legislature. He was taken to the Police
Court and tried for peddling without
license and fined i56. which he refused to pay
and he was committed to the work house
Claiming that his arrest was illegal because of
the want of jurisdiction by the court he sued
out tho writ and Judge Cox certified it to the
General Term to be heard in the first instance.
He Rides a Bicycle Now.
Secretary Proctor is a firm believer in prog
res*. Hi* latest move in the line of keeping
step with the march of modern civilization ha*
cau*ed quite a stir in the War Department He
has just caused the *ale of the government
horse ridden by one of the departmental mes
sengers and with the proceed* ha* purchased
a bicycle, which tbe messenger after having
beeu put through a course of official "sprouts"
is now riding.
Ma six* Hospital Bo asd.?Acting Secretary
Nettletou of the Treasury Department has ap
pointed a board of officer* of tbe marine hos
pital service, consisting of 8urgeon H. W
Anstin, chairman; Burgeon Fairfax Irwin, and
Assistant Surgeon Kinyoun. recorder, to con
vene in this city on December 1 to prepare a
,eP2rt the surgeon general of tbe
marine hospital service on specific
appliance* for tbe fumigation of infected ve?els
and cargoes with reference to each national
quarantine, and to prepare a "sunnlv table"
for the guidance of the officers of the corps.
They will also revise the circular prescribing
tbe uniforms of officers and employes of tha
marine hospital service P 7
A FINANCIAL WONDER.
SuspeDsion of the Philadelphia Firm
of Barker Bros,
THE RECENT PARIS TRAGEDY.
New York Stocks Steady and the
Worst in London Over.
IRISH PRESS COMMENTS ON PARNELL.
WHARTON BARKER FAILS.
A Great Flurry Caiued on tbe Phila
delphia Stork Exchange.
Philadelphia. Pa., Not. 2a?A great flurry
wag caused in the stock exchange about noon
today when it became known that the large
aud well-known banking house of Barker
Brothers A Co. had made an assignment.
As soon as tbe announcement was made tbere
was a general fall in stocks. Vice l'resid< nt
Bochmun of tbe exchange, when asked about
the suspension, said: "All 1 know about it is
that we received a note from tbe Barker*
stating that they would be compelled to
make an assignment I do not know any
thing about their assets or liabilities. In fact.
I do not even know the name of the assignee.
Storks fell, but it will not make much differ
ence in the stock market, as they hare not been
dealing in stock* to any extent. They have
been interested in ouUidc speculation, 1 sup
pose. and to this probably is due their assign
ment"
Inquiry at the office of Barker Brothers A
Co. this afternoon faded to elicit any informa
tion further than they had made an assignment,
end thai, perhaps, some statement would be
made later in the day.
The firm consists of Wharton Barker. Abram
Barker and Joseph Wharton. Mr. Whurton
Barker is president of the finance company.
The firm also controls tbe Wharton Switch
Company and gained a world-wide reputation
some time ago by its Chinese intertelegraph
ins? bauking scheme. They are also the Phila
delphia correspondents of tbe Barings, the
great London bankers who were in difficulty
recently.
DILL AND STKADY.
No Feature of Special Moment on tbe
Stock Exchange.
New York, Not. 20.?The stock market
this morning, under the influence of tbe reaa
i suring advices from London, continued tho
j strength of yesterday and first prices showed
advances over the final figures of last evening
of from \ to % per cent generally, whiio 5i.s
souri Pacific was up l*j and New England
per cent. A few stockR made further slight
gains in the early trading, but a natural re
action set in in a short time And before the
end of the half hour Missouri Pacific, Burling
ton and sugar were down 1 per cent from the
opening prices, while Wheeling and Lake Erie
preferred, which had shown unusual strength,
was lJ-4 higher. The reaction halted at this
point and the market became quite dull, w.ib
no feature of material movement and the
market remained without change for the re
mainder of the hour. Tbe market at 11 o'clock
was dull and steady. ?.ut generally at small
fractions below the opening figures.
TIIK BUN CONTINTE8.
The run which was begun yesterday on the
Citizens' Savings Bank here was continued this
morniug. As early as D oclock there were at
least from 15.000 to 16.GOO excited Poles gath
ered in the vicinity. In fact a number of the
unfortunate people who have fears that they
have lost all their hard earnings paraded up
and down the neighborhood all nitrlit. Within
the bank President Quintard and the cashier sat
watching the preparations for the day. Tlio
president said to a reporter. "We made about
&1.000 in interest money yesterday lost by the
frighteued depositors, in nil we paid out over
?113,000 and took in about ?16.000. The run
will probably continue today and tomorrow,
but we expect all the money back next week."
There are plenty of police present to keep the
agitated depositors in order.
Money at noon wss easier at 6 per cent. The
stock market continued very qu'et after 11
o'clock, only Western Union."the Yiilards nnd
Atchison showing any real animation, but
prices displayed a firm tone aud slowly ad
vanced until in mo4 cases the opening figures
were again equaled. The dealings, however,
dt veloped no feature of interest, and at noon
tbe market whs quiet and firm, generally at
about opening figures.
A dispatch Iroin Philadelphia says the fail
ure of Barker Bros. A Co. has just been an
nounced on the stock cxcliauge. The an
nouncent of tbe failure on the stock ex
change here bad tbe effect of depressing tbe
market
2:1a p.m.?The stock market advauced aiight
fractions farther after 12 o'clock, bnt the im
provement was then checkeu and considerable
pressure brought upon the list, with the result
of driving prices down to the lowest level
of the day. The grangers, Louisville aud Itead
iug were the principal sufferers from the raid
and St. Paul dropped \%\ Illinois Central. 1^',
Burlington and Louisville, each 1>^. and Mis
souri Pacific, %. while Beading at was 1}<
lower than its best figure.
The weakest stock ou the list, however, was
Rock Island, und with .1 marked increase in
actiTity it was forced off from 66*4 to 63' j.
There was no news of development* to cause
selling of long stocks, and the pressure by the
i bears alone seemed responsible for the decline.
The decline was checked toward 2 p.m.. but
the market failed to rally, aud at 2:15 it was
dull aud steady, at or near tbe lowest of the
day.
Silver opened at 98?/; highest sale, 100: low
est sale. 'JM; ,; last sale, 100.
IRISH OPINIONS VARY
Tbe Demand for Parncll'a Further
Leadership Not L'naniuious.
Dublin, Not. 20.? United Ireland in dis
cussing tbe position created by the result of
the O'Shea divorce suit as Mr. Parnell is
affccted thereby says that Ireland's character
for morality can but intensify ber scorn for the
canting hypocrites who think that in publicity
is found tbe essence of sin. Now. the paper
says, is the time to repay Mr. Parnell for his
great public services by replying to the affected
purists and pliarisee* who would drag him
down that "We not only have our leader, but
that we intend to keep bun."
Tbe Irish CaltuAic thinks that while Mr. Par
nell has sinned nearly as much against Ireland
as against morality grave political exigencies
demand that be be continued as tbe leader of
the Irish national party.
The hrmman't Journal hints that tbe govern
ment is debating a surprise which will be
sprung upon tbe Irish people at the approach
ing general election.
The Labor World, Mr. Michaal Davitt's paper,
?ays: "Mr. Parnell is under a moral cloud
which be has brought upon himself. Tbe crisis
which be has caused in the home rule moTe
meut ia tbe gravest that has occurred in ten
years. There ia only one course for Mr. Par
nell to nursue. That is to efface himself from
public life for the brief period which must
ensue before he can legally marry Mrs.
O'Bbea."
Tbe Labor World aaks: "Ia tbe people's sup
port of the home rule movement to be im
perilled by tbe refusal of Mr. Parnell to sepa
rate hie personality from tbe interests of home
rule?" Mr. Parnell, tbe paper aaya, cannot
plead ignorance of the feeling of tbe liberal
party regarding his new position.
Mr. Stead, tbe Fmrman'$ Journal says, baa
called a meeting of the Tigilance associations
to consider whether Mr. Parnell is a fit leader
of the Irish nstionslists. In regard to the
Pall Mall (hiMtOr't skepticism tbe JovmaC* Lon
don correspondent asserts that he has received
Mr. Parnell'* personal declaration that be does
not-intend to resign hie leadership. Tbe
whole Irish party, the Jonmal declares, stands
in a solid phalanx at Parnall'a I
TUK WORST 16 O VIC EC
Stock* OB the Loadot Mark*! OpM
Hettrr All Aruvnd.
Loitdo*, Nov. 'JO Tbe nrslu nwttif of
tb? directorsof Ihr I lank ol F.t|i?nd took pliM
loiky. I her n*dr no chaage in the liwk l
rate of dw?oiuii The raw. of discount la tk*
?l*n luuknl i* touiotll; 7 par oral
At Una hour ^li:30 p.m.) the stock market M
better aii around and it m believed that tbo
worat la over. although it la IhftUfbt that aharp
fluctuations are inevitable. Prices at this boar
as compared with last night's closing prices
ahow au adv. nee of 4-16 for console for money;
an advance of J| (or console for ths acc .uut.
au advance of I*4 for At.antic and Ureal VIrst
ern. first mort-age lru?i<e? certificates; uo
chango for ditto on secood mortgage. su cd
vsnce of for Canadian IVik; an advauee
of 1>* for trie; an advance of 1 for Erie sec
onds, couaun; an advnat* of '2 for lliinoia Cen
tral; an advance of 2 for St. Paul common, an
advance of 1U for Jiew York Central, an ad
vance of 1 for fenusylvania. and a> advance of
1>* for Heading.
l*rices at the close of tbo stock exchange to
day, a# compart J with tlie prices at li.3>' p.m.,
?how an Advance of i-16 for c<<us?la tor money,
an advance of 8-16 for consols for the account,
an advance of for Atlantic and (treat
Woaiern tirst mortgage trustees certificates. no
change lor do. aecouda. an advance of for
Canadian Pacific, an advaceof 4 for Lne. uo
change for Erie aecond couaola. an adtaaec of
'j for Illinou Ctntral. a decline of M, for 8V.
l'aul common, an advance of for S'e* York
Central, an ?ilTanii of '4 f >r I'euuay lvalue. and
a decliue of ,l, tor Bending.
IT BKMAIX8 A MYSTERY.
The Motive for Killing <ien. Sclleer*
skofl I'aripUlned.
r*Kin. Nov. ao.?The niece of Gen. Seliver
skoff. who w?a found Tuesday with a ballet
wound in hu head in tbo Hotel Bade. and who
died yesterday. baa arrived here for the
purpose of arranging the deta.la of
her uncle's fanernL At the request
of tbe Knmhn embassy uo autopsy
I will be held. The g?vumm< ut ha* closed M.
1 lkri.boflV Franc o-1; us* i an rooms ?n hue
llovnlc. v hert Poult sky. the Hussian I'ole. who
la hiiNpccted of the murder, waa employed prior
to hi* dm appearance. and i? acting in an ener
getic uiauuei against tue nihilists who resided
in Paris.
Ja .If' tin says the police believe that tbe
killing of Gou. Nelivor*k<>tt waa au act of pri
vate vengeance. i'odlesky. the paper aava,
waa tbe lover of a girl wiio had )>een enticed
b> a woman, at tbe uis.ance of Gen. Seliver
akoff. into a hout-e of ill-fame, and tin*, it ie
claimed, was the motive for tbe crime. A
linit.cn e listed between tbe w< man who In
duced the girl to viait the bouae and Gen.
heliverskoff.
Nibinst* here affirm that the general at tbe
time of hia death waa director of the li-iasiaa
police in France aud that be played an impor
tant part in tbe recent arreata of nibiliata a
Paris.
The newspaper* recall the fact that a sen ant
of Gen. heliverskoff named Mu.hr wax ass&aai
nuted iu 1'arie in 186*. aud that the murderer
wa* never found, Since that time tbe crneral
received a number of lettera threatening him
with death.
Later.?It ban been learned that the name of
tbe llnssian I'ole who ih suspect. d of the mur
der of Gen. Seliverakott i* I'ndlewaky, not
1 I'odlesky, a* formerly given. A person re
sembling Padlcwsky crossed tbe Belgian fron
tier on Tuesday nigiit.
The Kcuur aav? that a nib.hat committee de
cia< d that if Sophia Gun*l<ury. who waa ar
rt ated at St. Peterebarg for having bomb* in
her poaaeamon. was a ntenced to d' ath. Gen.
hvlverskoft would be killed ax aoon thereafter
a* possible. The wouian wa* sentenced to be
huu^ed last Monday aud tbe ahooting of the
general occurred tue day alter.
LA1>Y KOSKltKIt KY*9 DEATH.
OlttcHni of Her llu^hand Called Out
In l.oinlon lay the Kvent.
Loxdos, Nov. 20. The death of Lady Hoae
berry, wbicb occurred yesterday, baa been ex
pected for some time. Lord lloa< berry waa in
personal attendance upon hia wife to the last,
though during her illuesa she more than one*
expressed tbe desire that be should uot neglect
hU public duties, and it was in obedience to
her wishes that he was present on tbe occasiou
o! Mr.Gladstone's last speech at L'dinburgh and
took a prominent v>art in welcominc tbi stat?-e
nirui. home surprise has h. tu expressed, how
ever. that iu view of his w lie's danirerou* con
dition Lord ltoseberry )>ermitt< d himself to
take the sharo he did in public demonatratiotM
even with htr approval.
Before ina marriage to Miaa Kothacbild, in
18TS, it was generally rumored that Lord hose
berry wa.-' likely to marry the daughter of Win.
Bntler linncr.n. an American banker, what*
banking house fuilnd about sixteen year. ago.
Ilia union to the daughter of Baron Hotba
Child created a great sensptioti. the step
being a novel one 'for a liritish peer,
although tbe nobility of Lord ltoseberry'a
family is not ancient, dating back only to the
restoration.
Lady Cowberry died at Iialmeny. the family
Beat in Scotland of Lord itoaeberry. Having
been the only child of her late lather ahe in
herited immense wealth, a very large share of
which will pass, under British laws, to her nut
band. Siio leave- four children, the eldest son
being Albert Eiward Archibald. Lord I>al
meny.
Kx-Manaser Murphy Committed.
Boston. Nov. 'JO. -John I". Murphy. ex-New
England mauagcr of the Philadelphia leather
firm of J. 11. Hammond, was in court todaf
charged with embezzling vlO.OtiO from the
firm. Ilia case waa coulined to December A
under $20.00t> bail.
Cincinnati Brokers Assign.
Cincinnati, Ohio. Nov. 30.?Pitt* H. Burt ft
Co.. brokers, at 4th and Walnut afreets, made
au asaignmcut last evening to Edward W'ortlf
iugtou for the benefit of their creditor*. Lia
bilities about $40,1)00 with assets Well Up to
that amount. No preference given.
A Mysterious Cattle l>i?ea?e.
Lawleb, Iowa. Not. 20.? A mysterious and
fatal dtKease has shown itself among rattle m
this aection. It appears to be contagioua and
is rapidly carrying off the live stock of the
farmers around this place. No local veu rme
riau la able to stop the ^progress of the
Fatal Accident tn a Mine.
Ashland. Wis. Nov. 20.?Andrew Glarsha, a
timberman at the Ashland mine, waa killed
Tuesday night by a fall of ore on tbe second
level near No. 8 shaft. Three other tiuibermen
and two miners Uiirrowly escaped death. All
were slightly injured.
Country Fust Olllce Burglarized.
Buffalo, NX, Nor. 20. - Burglars entered
the post olh.-e at Silver Creek, Cbatauqua
connty. last ni^bt, forced open tbe safe and
stole about ?_ >H> worth ol stamps, three regis
tered lettera aud vlM iu mouey.
Death of S. S. Bliss.
CatcAOO. Nbv. 20.?8. S. Blias. who for veera
waa senior partner of the largest firm of deal
era in surgical instruments in thu west, died at
his home in Evaustou yesterday. He was born
in Springfield. Mass.'. in lsiw, and in lttO.
after he had graduated from the department of
chemistry in a New Haven academy, he came
to Chicago. About four years a;;o be was
prostrated by an apoplectic fit. He leaves a
widow and three daughters.
Failed In Business.
New Yohk. !?ov. 20.?Adam Ehrhardt. dealer
in dry gooda at 213 Willis avenue, hi assigned
to Dnniel W. Talcott with preferences o<
?4.500. _
The Argentine Republic Presidency.
London, Nov. 20. Late dispatches from
Buenoa Ayrea say that Presideut Pellagrin*
will not resign.
Au Alarm That Was Startling.
New Yuaa, Nov. au.--Au automatic alarm
was sent out thia afternoon for a fire at tbe
Metropolitan Opera House. When the engines
reached there they found their services were
notueeded. The wir.-a were out of order and
had rung oat a false alarm.
Two Chicago Failures.
Cucaoo, Nov. 20. -M. B. Bailey, real estate
dealer and builder, made an assignment this
morning. The assets are #40,000 and the
liabilities the same.
The T. C. Aoftia Manufacturing Company
jaa made a voluntary assignment. 1 be assets
and liabilities won not given, but srs esti
mated at botweei^t2S.09u and *40,000.
The Regent of Holland.
Tn Hauls, Nov. So.?Queen juntas today
took the oath as regent of the kingdom. Ik*
route taken by the queta in going from the
palses to the parliament house, where the
ceremony took place, was lined with spectators,
and her majesty was cordially greeted by the
people.
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