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THE EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED DAILY. Excoj.t snndaj,
AT THE STAll HOLDINGS.
1101 Ptncsylvania Ave., corner 11th Street, by
iJie Evei.:cg Star Jfew?paper Company,
b. H. KAUFFMANN, I'refL
Tnr. rTTxiro Star I* served to sti>*wrtl?r* !n th*
rlty by earner*, on tli- ir own a<* .unt. at 10 ceiii* l?*
week or 44c per ro> nth Copies *t tie counter,
vent*each By mail ai , w er, it. the United suteaor
Canada - postage prepaid?."*! cert* ]*r month.
Kitc^dat Qrnm pLi Shut Sra* per aa.
(Entered at th* 1 oa! ofhce at Wanlnmrtn*. D. C, aa
Second-class mail matter 1
t?*~ All mail *iihnrrii>tion* must ba paid In advaaiae;
Bo |a|trut.t 1'iisvr than raid for.
r.att?i.>t ailve-ttMUK made kriwn on arflirAtion
SPECIAL NOTICES.
Of- ?STOLEN ECHO
?-ROP?KT
J-RoFeHTY IS T1IE BEST INVESTMENT SOW
offered.
GOOD ROADS. handsome HOTEL. ELECTRIC
RAILROAD.
DON'T FAY FROM 5 TO 25 CENTS PER FOOT
TOR LAND ELSEWHERE WHEN YOU CAN BUY
BETTER PROPERTY FOR LESS THAN 1 CENT
KB FOOT.
A syndicate HAS BEEN FORMED FOR THE
purchase or land adjacent to the glen
ECHO SUBDIVISION AND A FEW SHAKES ARE
FOR SALE BY THE UNDERSIGNED AGISTS.
DO SOT DELAY IF YOC WANT TO GET IN ON
aat GROUND FLOOR.
G. C. PAYNE fc CO., AGENTS,
nl;> ?t <>13 l&IU ST.
_i?IN THE HI 1 HEME COT I?! l>E THE D1S
?CS^TRlCT OF columbia. HOLUING A S1V
CIAL rEl.M AN A DISIKlCf OU Rl o* THE
UNITED STATES FOR rt.WI> DISTRICT.
Dutriet Court No. 3V3.
In tlw matter of the condemnation of the ri*htof |
*?) through the lantia of Eva* Lyon* sr.d Entil e M.
Darnielle for "Rock Cn*i" intercepting *ewer.
Upon considerstu not the petition filed In thl*caao |
by John W. I>u*i**s. John W. K"s* and Henry M.
R.Urt. Commissioners of the District of Columbia,
reeknur the i on emuatiou of the nirht o( way for K'>ck
Creek latere-ptlug sewer through the lands of Evan
Jj.iiis alid Emilia M 1'imielle. it la lliia lath day of
November, 1SS0. by the court?
Ordered, that Evan i-yot.m r.uiilie M, Darnieile and
Charles M Matthews, Cbaric* H Crsirin. John S. Mc
Reiiueyand Mi.ham E. Edmonston. trustees, and ..lary
1~ Hartley, Charles Craurtn, George X. Kerala anil
Charlea p. Ken*;* and all other persona owning or
t lain iDK *n? portion of *a*d property, or havi.g any
Interest therein, aa occupants or otuerwise. t*\ and
the) are hereby, repaired to appear in tbi* court and
Jmiki ukt to th -vd b no ur before the lat
?l*y of Diet inter. IS'.iO, ?t which time the court will
proceed w.tb the condemnation of the right of way for
aai<l sewer turough aaid land*.
Er vide J. i hat the Marshal of the United Statee for
ai d Eietru-t serve ? copy of this orJ.T in nucb of the
ak??ve-nai2jed p^r.ona a.i ma tie found in thiaDia-1
tru-t >t . ..at seven day* before aaid lat day of iiecetn
tier. I SSML
And prov.ilnd lurthrr. That a copy of thin order be
piiMs-hed ill tLe "EvelilBK star" newapaper at leaet
?'.x tiiiiea. ai. 1 the "Waatimtftou I^w i;et orter" twice
lefait said i!ay.
Ey the court. CII \RLES P. JAMES. Justice,
True copy. Teat: li. J. MEIGS. Clerk.
11 t4-eo?'t Dy L i\ tt I ELI A Mb. Aaet Clerk.
It ^HAIC'i REE UK I NO
W- 1 r. ake ?? specia.t) of Fine Watch liepair
Inir at moderi'e price* ? went}-two years of actual
ei.em lK. at lh? b^nctL DiRivalt repairs solicited.
/Lil auik warranted.
GEO. W. SPIER.
Eli ert Watch Maker ai.il Jeweler,
ott-eoVm .'11U Utli et. n. w.. near Pa. av*L
L- ,i 1 >r?i\l-M.\Di; siiTrts-thih IS THE
U >t time to place jour order, as a shirt is
ii-ore coinf> rialue lor summer w?ir after haviuir Leon
worn ti ri iirh tne winter. With ?"hhirt Facti?]r"ou
ti e i r- : i*? mm r ti e i..am<(cuient oi a practical a..d
V i.tf -eiif lein ? d cutter ;<re prt-1 ared to execute all
crd.-is left witn US at all! it notice, k-uaranUeiiiir in
e . r> i:. jtinii' a "lerfict hi" a d entire sali^fai-tiou.
n7-dui WuOUVVAKD k LUEHROP.
,CHARTERED BY CONGRESS 1818.
"IB AN KLIN INSURANCE CO.
of Wasihizurtoo, D C.
CATITAL AND BURPLLS ?33^000 00
La* never contested a lo?* by fire, but alway* mate*
IJvu-i t ahu Uiieral adju*tn.et:t*.
Dn. DAN'L B. CLAl'.KE. Preat
GEO. E. LEMON. Vice IToat
CUAS. & BRADLEY. Treta.
J. FEN WICK YOUNG. Secy,
WILL P. EOTEI.ER. Asst. Secy. ?27 3m
nv- l.ACE CURTAINS
called tor, taken .1. ?n and lacndried with
SIPEi.lOB EINIslI
and delivered at
50 CENTS PER PAIR.
BatlafacUcn guaranteed in every particular.
1ALE STEAM LAUNDRY,
10th at., near cor. oi F,
E. IE V, ALKER * CO.
Tclerhone call?1092-3.
*1 '>-:un
Plloubet-s Select Notes.
lit liLBCT'S ILLUSTRATIVE NOTES.
And other Commentane* on the
International Sunday school Ltsaona
for 18U1.
C. C. PLRSEIX.
Books and Stationery.Wholesale and Retail,
?18-3HU1.1P 418 UTU ST. N.W.
Table W ARE.
GORHAM PLATE.
CANDELABRA. tea sets. MEAT and VEGETA
BLE DISHES. URNS. KETTLES and WAITERS.
INDIVIDUAL TERRAPIN DISHES,
SCOLLOP SHELL3 and PANNIKINS.
VINE coasters, FERN DISHES. Ac, kc.
AT the MANUFACTURER'S PRICES
IN POINT OF quality. FINISH and DFRABTL
IIV THESE GuODv HAVE ABSOLUTELY NO
EglAL,ANDIN DESIGN are not BURPASiiED
iiX THE HIGHEST ORDER OF
SOLID SILVER WARE.
We are prepared to furniah complete seta or almrle
Tlev e., and have in atuck the lateat pattern*, ;uat pro
duced, fur lftaubl.
M W. GALT. BRO. k CO..
JL^ELLEitS and silverbmiths,
?14 2107 Peiuia. Ave.
A (jtreat Offering In Shirts
MaJe of New York Mill* M uslin. lull length
linen boaom. contmuou* stays. in all re*s>ecta a
First-ciaa* Sh.rt. bixea 14 to 17. Only .vOc.
We have r ?? eived another case of China Mulll;
a choice coiUctton o> handsoin* desntna. Only
1'-V. per yard.
Curtain scrim. In White and fancy, at 5. 8, 10
and 1"V. per yard.
Lace Curtains. \\*? are showing m-me baryaina
?t 7.jc.. 11. L".:s 81.50 and upward.
Cbemile Portiere*. A choice hue of beautiful
Kyle*.
Nurses' Apron*. " yard* round, full length and
perfect work, plain and tucked. Only 45c. and
Atte.
loach Embroidered Apron*. SI to ?-'.50
?ch.
ZEPHYRS AND WORSTED.
Imported and Saxony, 12c.
Imported German town, lUc.
Imported Spanish. 18c.
Imported Zephyr. 5c. i
Uaiea* Caletirated Stocking Yarn all color*.
Carpet* and Fluor Oil Cloth* at leaa than reen
ter prices.
CARHART k IJflDT.
PCS 7Ui at. and 7U0 KaL a-W.
PHILADELPHIA STORE. nl9
Registered
? 17-1uj
X RADE 31 ARE.
BERKELEY
FUR*
RYE WHISET.
JAMES THARF.
S18 F *t. n. v.
Oriental Rugs And Carpets
OF ALL DESCRIPTION AND SUES
We make a *|?v.aJtir of thrar ^ood* and import them
directly from oar hou*e in CYnatantinople. We have
the larrn-at and luost *uferb stork of ORIENTAL
ktOH and CARPETS. MaSiiENos. kc .in the city.
It will surety be to jour advantatfe to cumin* them
1m fen* bttimic el?ewl.?rt, aa lUr 1 .Kaa and Wood* will
Late uu comparison
U K. VA1:ZHA11EDIAN k CO.,
pTt?cipal btun and Exhibit Gallary,
10TJ Connecticut ave a. w.
9mmk> 9M 14th at. a*.
o2Slnt
SPECIAL NOTICES.
j^>IU>: MI'l I AL l.SUbi All-NT
association
(Incorporated and' r the laws of tbc ststc of Maryland)
WILL ISSUE iiCJNDS TO IIIE AMOUNT
or
?-50, tooo, $i,noa
And may be purchased upon monthly payments, a*
follow*: The first sayment upou a 8250 bond In 44.50
and < >ns Oodar a inontii thereafter until railed in.
The Br*t rarment upon a 8500 bond is #8 and Two
Dollar* a mouth thereafter nntil called in.
The first pr.yment upon a 8 1,000 bond is $ 15 and
four Dollar* a mouth t.'.ereafur nntil called in.
In every ca?e a handsome prolit Is fcoaiantecd, as
Will be seen by the following:
IN THULE MONTUS TOO WILL HAVE FAID
86.50, #12 or 823;
your bond valve is
?25. 850 or i 100;
YOUR PliOFIT *18.50. 838 or $77.
IN BIZ MONTHS YOU WILL HA A ? PAID
tlO. 812 5J or 836;
your bond value is
931.25, $62.50 ot 3125;
YOUR PROFIT *21.25. 850 or #H9.
IN ONE YEAK VOL* WILL HAVE PAID
$18. 820.50 or 802;
Torn BOND VALUE Tf?
j 83850. 8S7.50 or 8175;
tor 11 PliOFIT $20.50, 401 or 8113.
SEND FOR PR08PECTC&
THE MUTUAL INVESTMENT ASSOCIATION
OF BALTIMORE CITY.
Incorporated Under the law* of the but* of Maryland.
July 23. lbOO,
OFFICERS:
PRESIDENT HON. WM. j. o*Br.irN.
J. /: i'i>ksldk;,t ..?a.mu::l w. hfgkster.
tl" JollNs H. U. Ml Hol.BON.
bEcRElAKY OLIVER B. CRAIG.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS: !
HON. WM. O'BRII'N, roniisellor-at-Low,
JOHNS H. R. NICHOLSON. of J.J Nicholson k
Sons, H inkers.
Proprietor Bslto. Type Foundry.
Oil} 1- K B. ClAiO. Commission Merchant.
HENRY ALLNl Tl, of Ai.uutt & Moody, Boot and
Shoe -Manufacturers.
?^ A M I.FL y>_. IvEgESTEB. of J. Kei-'ester & Sous.
JOHN MiMtHL, V'l Kobert Moon- & Co.
A. S1ANI-EY \vIi.lt, Accountant.
Jo&PH A. JUr?1?nd Br?? Co
O'BIULN 4; O'BRIEN, Counsel for the Association.
Be;-resented by
ROBINSON, CLARKE & CO..
INVESTMENT AND REAL ESTATE BKOKEBS.
44 Atlantic buildins, 028 and 030 F at.
Washington, D.C.
BONDS NOW ON SALE. nl9 6t
,SAFELY. "BRILLIANCY;
In Georgetown.
1-KATT'S CELEBRATED ASTRAL OIL,
In one and tl\t* gallon can*.
At Bi.l KtK H PAINT STORE.
Telephone call 9t>,. [ul7-lm] 1 ~:i!> 3 2d St.
W L OWEnTT YE AND EAR 8PECTAL
1st. hsH removed hi*office fro;n l'hllad. n his
i-il - K ut. li.w., V* utile** hours 8 to ili
a.m. and .> to 8 p.m. uaily except Sunday. nlO-lui*
?~^^>BEMOYAL?EASTON A RUPP, STATION*
f*- ~ era, cor. Pa. ave and 13th at., have r moved
to 421 11th at. n w.. opposite star . flit u. ul.VUt
iJ W. B. & A. M. EVANS, PAINLESS DENr
?,?? ti&ts, have removed to 1217 l'enua. ave. n w
nl.VUt
DM. JOS. H. MOORE. 10IH AND E STS.
? n.w. ? Rheumatic, Nervous and chronic
* treated by Mtvhani. il XI . ia<e. Swed.sh Move.
( asi s ir _
iients. Electricity, ilo.-ir baths, Ac.; has had aiaiire
experience at Hot Springa. Ark. li 15-tit
>DU. x- w- STLBBEIiElELD. SURGEON
dentist, formerly with Dr. D. O. Kmirlil, bers
to itiform hi? rations und friends thst he has removed
hia dental parlors to 11 Hi 1 st. li. w., i.ver Metierott's
mu?ic *toie. op< rative and prostnctic denti try in
all it* brsti' hes. nl4-2w*
?-^S,l* YOU WANT Pl.Vlis MADE ULEORF.
?vS and inserted in,mediately alter the extrac
tion'd teeth. ?itn no waiting at aU.ckll and consult
Dr. J. BAU1LE1I L11.LS, Specialist ill Artificial
Teem, l'jitl F it d.*. nlo-lm*
at- l^aQAhDENlNO IXlVE IN ALL ITS
liltANCHES.
UKAi/iNO AND SODDING,
VINES AND SHRUBBERY TRIMMED.
TREES, VINES AND SUliLBllEiU FUKNloHED
AND PLANTED.
WILLIS S. CLAP.K.
c22-lm ti 13 12111 SI. N.W.
notice
OAS CONSUMERS.
Arramremen's b.-.ve been mt.de tor the convenience
of 11 s iiv tn< in the eastern and Ucstein sections
of tl.e nty by v.i n h they can pay their aa* liilla dur
iii* banltliis' hours at
THE NATIONAL CAPITAL BANK
OK
THE WEST END NATIONAL BANK.
Bills paid on ? r Iter re tir Sth oi i-acli month, AND
THi.st o.Nl.i, will he in titled to the discount of 20c.
1-er l.OOOcubn- ?eet.
i. I V\AM1I ...TON Gas I IGHT COMPANY.
^ ^>anOt lio.ui.i i?i?i m.
Do not be bniiilmiored into believin?f
thst yon can buy 8t> SI:?* lor 83.DO or
84 .50 Shoes for #3.40. but buy from a
reliable dealer who sell* on the
AMERICAN l'EAN,
viz: 43 Suoes for $3, 84 shoe* for 84.
Ac. After an experience of over forty
Tear* in this same stand I continue t j
sell reliable, well-made
BOOY8 AND SHOES
as low (for same Qualities; as any adver
tised prices.
ROBEHT COHEN,
630 PA. AVE. N.W., SOUTH SIDE.
nl4-8t* ESTABLISHED 1S3S.
ABE YOU PE11FECTLY SATISFIED
With the Tone, Style and Finish of your present
Piauo* If not call at the BUADBl RY PALACE OF
MI SIC, 1225 Pennsylvania ave, and hear the "sweet
toned Bradbury." Cases of English oak, antique
mahi (f*tiy, Circassian wslnut, rosewood and cherry.
Bold for cssh or on ea.-y monthly payments of 810.
Old Squares taken in ex. haiure. nlU-23t
, CERTIFICATES OF STOCK AND
? ? Cheviuea. All n.etl.ods of i*riiitimf and
Euan via*. GEDNE1 A ltOlsEl.lh,
"ha 407 30th at., Adjoiniiur 1 ut Luiidinji:
FIRST PAYMENT?20TH ISSUE
NOVEMBER, 1800.
EQUITABLE
CO-OPERATIVE BUILDING ASSOCIATION,
"EQUITABLE BUILDING," 1003 E ST.
Assets 81.155.208,21.
Office hours from ? a.m. to 4 30 p.m daily. On
the first Wtdneaday in each month the office will be
open from 6 to 8 o'clock p m. Advances will be made
promptly at 7 o'clock. The 20th issue of stcok is
open for subscription.
Shares are 8250 per month.
81,000advanced on each share.
Famphlets explaining the objects and advantages of
the Aaaouauon are furnished upi-u application
THOMAS SOMERV1LLE, Prea't
JNO. JOY ED80N, 8ec ry. n7
#'^5>VOr CAN ALWAYS SAVE money by
haviiiif your lAttoiiea, Euniaces and ilamre
fork I'D-pfri) attended to. 1 aeiitv-hvu patterns ui
LsUotiea in slia'k . | rii.es to suit. Novelty SUci Elate
and Mmoiuia Vl,i. l.o? Culver l umaeea, Run/es vutii
water t>ai'k #l.) at'.i upward, l.e.ent uiiprovenieiita
in ature and ware house, ami Work -hop lu rear jrive
me uueijualed la. mtiea lor halidllu* all ciaase^ oi
*?rk witn diMHktch Open of tveniuifs until 10 p.m.
.M. O'-AN, 2120 l a. ave. Vdephone. S>84?i
s21i-3m
tour coal, coke a>t? wcod
tfttnl'ivnw ^J,u hrm of JOHNSON
BKOl HERS, the moat extensive retail dealers m the
rouutrjr.
**NOTICE of FORFEITURE UF STO(X
?' stockholders in the Linotyj* Company of
the District CI Columbia who have lail.-d to i>?v the
aaseastneuis hereioior* ordered by the t'omoany are
hereby notihed that their etock and all ptevious pav
menta made thereon will he torieiwd unless all arrears
are paid a? the oilice el the treasurer. 619 14th *E
ti. w.. wi'hin the luue prescribed bylaw. <Sec. o?i0,
ii'lilumblil!)''e L a., r. latin* to the District
By order of the Board of Trusti es.
SAMUEL M. BKYAN President
Attest. FRANK W liuUclON?itcrru-y
Waahtntiu c, D.C.. Oct. 13, 1800.
?1CK?COAI^-WOOD.
lowest t.rlee*. red waitona.
AMERICAN IcE COMPANY
Main office, 10th and F n.?. ieleoln nc 48f!
j'^'l iu 1,V I^lepboae <54
*'o f^ r*Ur>' and treasurer.
JOHN illLLth, >ice i rea t, ai cnante of fuel de
.-rtiiint. ?
Ban if. r Laths at wholesale,
K. M. WILLIS. Manajrer.
^~?I'K.A. W 8WEDBERG, GRaDUAYE ONTA
no > eteriuary Couese. deures to .niorin
clients Slid the ireneral pv.biK- that his headouiirters is
M bet. I3th and I4ih n^T xel
tpLoiit, 1U6. nl-lm
SPECIAL NOTICES.
U.LEU1 MKE CONSISTORY, Jo. l.WILL
i3 . meetat the sanctuary of the Scottish Rite
on s A1 UKil A Y, 22d instant, at 7 p.Hi. liy order of
til*1 Veil. Muster.
u21--t ROBERT BALL, 8S? Registrar.
??- -^MARYLAND REPUBLICANS. ATTEN
t on?A iiiittiiiif of llils association will be
lienl a: ?(?' Fat. n.w.. this FRIDAY kVKSMO.lt
7 o'clock. UX BOM0, liy^liteiit. It*
WOMAN'S ? HHISTIAK TEMPERANCE
3W-J52. Unlou. Mm. Helen L ltullock will ?i oak to
"women only" at hsaduuarl.il'*, 14UQG at., HA'lUll
DAY,!{ p.m. It
a*- , ^-THt MEMBERS OF UNION LODGE, SO.
Wv'*1, 11,1 O.O.F.. will Dlret at their Hull sAT
l RDAY EVENING. Nov. J'J. at S o'clock (Sharp). for
the purpose attending in a body the 1air of Naomi
Lodire. D. of P-. now being held at Odd Fellow*'Hal),
Nsvy Yard. By order of tho Look?. RICHARD
i MMoNis. sccratuy. U
(if - ?-1 P.M.-THE MEMBERS OF THE ORDER
will assemble at 7'.'U 11th at., between uand
1 sc.. SUNUAY EVENING, ?3d instant, at < o'clock
Fharp. to attend divine service. n21-2t
WMATMMM
In likely <0 (X /air till bund ay; Icarnur; vari
able mind*.
CAPITOL niLI* LOOK!!!
USIONTOWN. ATTENTION!!!
Arrreclstingyour valuable trade and to accommo
date your large section with oar $1.15 BEST BOARDS
we have opancd a
BRANCH YARD
At 11th and O at*, a.t, near tho Anteoatla bridge.
n"l LIBl'EY, MTTOWB & MILLER. _
^r- r^THF. MUTUAL LIFE IN81 BANC E COM~
i any is the oldeat insurance company in the
tinted States and by many million* thu largest in the
world. Plainest contract, beat result*. CllALLE ft
MORGAN. 1333 > II. n.W. n21-im_
(f_^Mll, LIFKI.ET CLOWD, A YOUNG INDIAN
Creole <;f California, left Washington this
I luonnLiv for Philadelphia to marry Miss Ella Vluoer.,
a young Caucasian woman. i he wedding will take
p'Si.-aturua> niormu:.' at 7 o'clock. A reception will
I lie gnen bv the latlier of the bride in Brooklyn, N Y.,
inunediauly eft?r?ard. It*
-g--_? - ALL~THE MEMliEI'.S OF SECTIONS A
9vjS> and B, U.S.A.'S7, who are desirous of re
orgamzilit' will confer a iav.ir by sending their od
aro:^. ?. with a si vilification of their intention to bo
i resent at any n.eeti:ig called ior that purpose, to
cither C II. S"v ME. president, ti21) E. Capitol at., or
R* IBERT GIBSON, Sec. and lie a*., 12U8 Pa. ave.
n'.'l-'-t*
WASHING!OS. D.C , NOVEMBER 1. lH'VO.
'*?. lhe parttii r*hip heretofore eiintimr be
tween Wm. < . Lewi* imd George T. Parks, doing busi
tie-s under the Arm name of Wm. C. Levis ft Co.,
builders' supplies, ha* this day been dissolved by
luutunl consent. MM. C. LEWIS,
GEO. T. PARK4.
Having I nrcliascd tho interest of Mr. Parks 111 the
alsjve-iuenuoued firm 1 will contiuue btisuies* an he
lore under the --tame iirnt name and solicit continuance
I oi the patronutfe ol our friends.
n21 2t WM. C LEWIS.
FOR PARTICULAR MEN.
Gentlemen who uiually havo their clothe*
blade by a tailor are sometimes dilatory
about ordering, and are obliged in conse
quence to wait after the actual Deed for a
garment has occurred. There Is no reason
why an Overcoat should ever be custom
made. For such men we invite an inspec
tion of our rightly made and ]>erfect biting
Overcoat, In Melton and Kerseys, double
and single-breasted. $ 18 to C36.
GEORGE SPRANSY,
One-price Clothier,
n31 434 7th st. n.w.
MORE ABOUT THOSE BONDS.
The Twenty-year Endowment Bonds issued by
the Lqaitable l ife A??unmee Society atv e<|ually
a? *afe av Lnited States (fovernuient bonda and
lnu. h inure profitable, 'i hese endowment
bonds are not to be compared with real eisiate
in vestments, wildcat scheme* and other
fluctuating stock* and securities, bcc*u*e the
bonds are without any element of risk, while
the oth.-rs are profitable or unprofitable or a
dead loss, as circumstances may uirect. A
loan should certainly done to leel sure about
hia life insuran<e policy, and yet how many
companies find [laws in tue l olicics; question*
answered wroi-K-v and perlia)>s unmtcution
ally.yet they sei^e upon the siiirhtest pretext
to contest the policies or compromise them W illi
a Finall cash payment. Have noue of them.
Tawe out a policy in the Equitable?the sound
est and iiioHt profitable In the world?compat
ible with absolute safety.
BOWES ft HALL,
The Eqnltabls I.ife Assurance Society.
IBM F at n.w. 3
a. - WONN'M HALL, 7','1
Bthst. n.w. MiwMaKirie Gaule ot Baltl
inor . wonderful test mei'.mni.every Fill;. AY Kh. UT.
DurltiK >.av. 1 UlDAYb, at Mr*. Cabell'*, llu "d st. *. |
t,, for private atttlmr*. icjO-!!t^_
-VIIIS M. F. PALMER WISHES TO IS
form the public that she is now located at
7111 11 th st. n w., with tt full line of millinery novel- I
ties lor the ?inter. Frame* a s|>ecia]ty. bSO-31
iff -5,10 MY PATliOSS ASl> FRIENDS. DANC
^^5* 1 K classes have b. en lesumed at my m w
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and ma-tele o*> iCEsiiAY At T ?.1;NOON at H:JiO ..ltd
hATl"l.D..Y MORNING at I0::H1 .uidon'il t.sDAY
nn.l FK1DAY i^V.-NlMiSatS ior adults. Mis. J. T.
DYER formerly Mrs. FloraC. l>enm>.oii. b^0-llt
-^.OSCAR RE1CHERT, UPHOLSTERER AND
^ ?*-*. pu|s-ruauKer, has moved to S~'0 h st. n.w.
11 < :> bid a s; ecinlty. |j'i(l-.'it#
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nl'.t-liu*
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otliec to 1.'1'.'4 sew York ave. lilU-lin*
iia. WEEDING INVITATIONS AND CARDS
pi luted almost equal to eh*?raii;,if. En
Kiavinir also executed. All other printing a*
usual ai lowest rati a.
BYRON S, ADAMS,
612 11th at. n.w.,
n(i "m Three doora below W. B. Moses ft Son*.
jg- .V THEO. L CUY1.ER OF BROOKLYN.
"~L N. Y.,w ill tddri ss the Youmr Men's Christian
Association at their thirty eighth anniversary. ERI
DAY, November 21, J?t>0, 7:4j p.m.. at the First
Baptiat Church, ltltu and O ats. n.w. Everybody in
vited. lilS-4t
'j^WE ARE NOW PREPARED
~~~* TO SHOW OUR
WINTER STOCK OF CARRIAGES.
Comprising all the latest atyles of lirou/hatr.s,
Fxteuaiou-tront Brougham*. Demi C> a he*,
B rlin Coaches, Six-seat Rockaaaysand coupe
lo ci.a.\ays. Our styles are exclusive ami tue
workmanship and tin alt are equal to ma; of any
build-r in the country and excelled by none.
Our aiaplny of line llrrness tar surpa*-i*any
thing in that line ever show u ia thia city. Our
? t ck i f Carriage Robes, Hoise l lanketa and
Stable Beloi.Kinirs is :ull mid complete. The
stock ia larxe uud selection irood.
ANDKi.W J. JOYCE'S SONS,
New Warerooius, 10'JS and 1U30 Conn. ave.
1'. H.?We keep every article neccssary for the
Horse, SUble and Carriutfe. ulB-liu
jj^^aA spiritual hospital.
Did yoa ever think that la what the church ia: a
a place for the treatment of moral diacaaef A place to
try to ret better, little by little, according to yoor
fctrentfth.
COME TO THE MISSION
AT
ST JAMES CHURCH,
8lh at. bet. B and C n. e?
BEV. FATHER litNT1NGTON,
Order of the Holy Cro**,
Miasiouer.
Mlaaion December (1 to Dtcember 21, 1800.
Service* announced later. *17-Gt
j-^-jTO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN!
'I lie litre ha* arrived when temone who owe bilfl
must pay them or lo*e their credit.
Do Dot take ofleuae when you receive onr notice*,
but If you are unabl* to pay go aud make some ar
rangement with the party you owetowarda a settle
ment.
What we want ia protection for onr merchanta
against that class of persona who can, but will not pay
their bill*.
Those persona who have failed to make any arrange
ment for settling tbelr bills after having been prop
erly notified will be reported to the members of tbe
Merchants' Mutual Protective Union December 1 aa
unworthy of credit.
This association embraces merchanta, doctors, law
yers anil all other buaineeae*. trade" and profeaaiona.
We hope memls-r* will stud lu list* el names of
parsons who have tailed to aettle or luake arrangement
therefor in lime for our report.
J. a BROWS. Manager.
nS-lm Room IS, Central National Bank building.^
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others con buy everything st wholesale
i r ceatJ. J. GOULD'S, 421 Uth St. Sst.klns. TWsu*
l'a|ier. '1 ree Ornamenta, 1 oya, Jap Dolla. lana. Scrolls,
Novelties. nl&-7?*
? MASSAGE
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DEATU8 I'njre 0
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FAMILY SUPPLIES ' I we H
FINANCIAL p*^ 7
FOR ItEST (Flats) "" l>?L-8 2
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FOR RENT (OFFICES) " l ure 2
FOR RENT (Rooms) pZl t
FOR RENT (Stables) p.? ?>
for rent .stocks. ;;; p* ' .1
FOR RENT (Houses) .7.7.7.7". Ivire 3
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(Miscellaneous) 1-a*,. 3
GENTLEMEN'S GOODS .. p.,.? 7
hotels piTjo
LADIES'goods " pRir.s
lectures p1^;^
LOCAL MENTION ' Pure 10
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PERSON AL p^" o
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WINTER RESORI S 10
looking backward.
Many n firm that never gave euch an
expenditure serious thought a few
5ears ago, now counts its newspaper
advertising appropriation as one of its
most necessary (and most profitable)
outlays.
Is there a hint here for you?
Government Receipts Todat.?Internal
revenue. 1C4KS.804; customs, $564,308.
The United States Stlameu Baltimore has
arrived at Naples.
Placed on the Retired List.?Gunner Jog.
Smith has been placed on the retired list of
the navy.
Naval Orders.?Lieut. C. F. Pond has been
ordered to the Mare Island, CaL, navy yard;
Lieut. G. H. Stafford to the Michigan; Lieut.
Commander C. H. West detached from the New
lork navy yard and ordered as assistant to the
inspector of the third light house district.
Pensions for District People.?Pensions
have been granted to residents of the District
of Columbia as follows- Original invalid?Rob
ert T. Holley. James Caton. John Henrv
Smith. Aretas Hall and Eli W. Walker. Re
?"?'J'Ur.T^omas O'Sullivan, Christian H. Lautis
and W illiam U. Doyle.
Again Back in Office.?Mr. Nathan Smith,
who resigned his position in the Post Office
Department about a year ago to engage in pri
vate business, was yesterday reappointed. Mr.
Smith was one of the most experienced em
ployes of tho department and hail a wide ac
quaintance with those who had business in con
nection with the postal service.
Army Orders.?The following transfers in
the seventh infantry have been made: Second
Lieut. Charles H. Cochran from company A to
company I); Second Lieut. Wm. S. Graves
from company D to com pan v A. First Lieut
I red W heeler, fourth cavalry, ordered to re
pair without delay to Jeffersou barracks, Mo.
and report to the commanding officer for dutv
at that depot. Leave of absence to include
December 15, 1890. on account of sickness,
granted Second Lieut. George W. Martin
eighteenth infantry. Maj. Herald Russell, litth
cavalry. U.S.A.. has been found incapacitated
for service by an army retiring board. First
Lieut. Theodore Mosher, twenty-second in
fantry. ordered to Columbus barracks, Onio.
Changes of Ordnance Officep.s.?The ord
nance corps of the army has just received its
periodical shaping up. The following changes
in the stations and duties of offic< rs are or
dered: Capt David A. Lyle has been relieved
from duty at the United States proving ground
Sandy Hook, N.J.. and assigned to dutv as in
spector at the Midvalo Steel Works, Philadel
phia, Pa., to relieve Capt Charles C. Morrison.
L'npt. Morrison will report for duty to the cum
| manding officer. Watervliet arsenal. West Troy.
N.\. ( apt. John Pitman has been relieved
, from duty as chief ordnance otticer department
of Dakota and assigned to duty as inspector at
; the West Point foundry. Cold Spring N Y
Capt. Lawreuce L. Bruff has been detailed as a
member of a board of ordnance officers ap
pointed for the purposo of preparing plans,
*tc., for tho erectiou of an army ?un
factory, vice Capt. Charles Shaler, relieved.
| Cols. Francis H. Parker aud Joseph P. Far
ley, ordnance department, have been relioved
from duty as members of the board of officers
appointed by the War Department for the mir
pose of testing rifled cannon, <?c., aud f irst
Lieuts. William \\. Gibson and Orraoud M.
Lissak, ordnance department, have been de
tailed as members of said board. Maj. Louis
T. Morris, third cavalry, has been detailed as a
member of the board of officers appointed to
meet at Fort Sam Houston. Tex., tor the ex
amination of such officers as may be ordered
before it to determine their fitness for promo
tion. vice Capt. Richard L Eskride, twenty
third infantry. Lieut. CoL D. DeKussv, four
teenth iufantrv. has been relieved froni'dutv as
inspector of small-arms practice at headquar
ters division of the Pacific, to take effect
December 10, and will join bis regiment in the
department of the Columbia.
Personal.?The friends of Mr. H. P. Springer,
superintendent of mniis, city post office, wil
regret to near of the death of his father, Mr.
James H. Springer, at Wilmington, N. C. Mr.
Springer left Wednesday evening to attend the
funeral. Mr. aud Mrs. John F. Collins of
Brooklyn, O. ( hanuteof Chicago. Carl F. Lomb
of Rochester aud II. H. Brockway of New York
arc at Willard's. Mr. P. J. McAuliffe of In
diana has returned after having scent
several weeks with his friends."
Valentine Robinson of Loudon, Eu"land
Judge Irvin W. Schultz of Phillip fburg, "n. J '
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Baylis of Huntington, *ll ?'
and Frank L. Wood of New York are cmonir
the urrivals at the RandalL C'has. E. Adams
of Lowell. Mr. i*d Mrs. Collins Gillespie of
London, Eng., aud Mr. aud Mrs. Fred.
Smith of Brooklyn are at the lligps House
Mr. E. J. Pullman, who has been visiting his
old home, Erie, Pa., has returned to the
city. Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Morgan of
Buffalo are at the Shoreham
W m. B. Vansize of Plainfield and John H
Young of Payan, Ohio, are at the Normandio'
Mr. and Mrs. C. 11. Repley of New York'
who are here on their bridul tour, are stayiug
at the Langham. Geo. H. Moore of lloston
O. S. Wiley of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. It
W. Smith of Philadelphia are at the Hotel
Johnson. Hon. Abner Taylor aud wife of
Chicago, Hon. J. G. Cannon of Illinois Mrs
Heury bacon. Miw Bacon. Miss L. Porter
and Misa L. Nutting ?f New York, Mr. and
Sirs. A. J. Siddons, A, J. Siddons, jr and C,
Harrold Burnham of Cooperstown. N Y and
Mr. and Mr*. Thoa. Ellnot Coles of Pittsburg
are at the Hotel Arno. Mr. and Mrs. G H
Wilkina of Palmer, Maw., Mr. and Mrs. D. l!
Drew of Bar Harbor, Maine, L. D. Howard of
Columbu*. O., and W. H. Springfield of Chicago
are at the St James. CoL W. H. Michael.
compiler of the Congressional Directory is out
after a severe illness of a month's duration,
two weeks being spent in bed.
THE INDIAN CRAZE.
The Exciting Situation Believed to Be
Greatly Exaggerated.
A TALK WITH ACTINrt COMMISSIONS* BELT AND
INSPECTOR WRIGHT?WHAT THE RED MIS EX
PECT OF THE MESSIAH? DISAPPOINTMENT MA*.
HOWEVER, MAKE TIIEM TROUBLESOME.
The situation of affairs among the Sioux In
diana. due to the prevailing religion* erase, it
believed at the Indian office to be greatly ex
aggerated. Mr. licit, the acting commissioner
of Indian affairs, does not believe that the In
dians entertain hostile designs against the
whites. "Their belief in the coming of the
alleged Messiah," he said to a Star reporter
this morning, "it an evidence of that
It has been claimed by their medicine men
that the Messiah when he coiucb will restore
to tliem their formir power in this country.
But the Messiah is to do thin, not the Indians.
THE INDIANS TO REMAIN QUIET.
"All tbat they are counseled to do it to re
main quiet. Under the influence of the
Messiah powder will no longer have the power
to carry a bullet when directed against the In
diana A great wave in going to sweep over the
conntry, according to these predictions, j
burying the whites and carrying the Indians
along and preserving them from harm. So i
you see the essential featuro of this delusion
rather discourages the Indians from indulg
ing in any outbreak. There is no necessity
for them to take any action of this kind, as the
messmh is to do everything. It is true tbat
the Messiah has not appeared at the timo an
nounced."
DISAPPOINTMENT MAT MAKE THEM TROUBLESOME.
"Do yon think that the disappointment will
have a bad effect on the Indians?" as-Led the
reporter.
" It is probable." was the reply, "that when
the Indians discover that these stories are not
true that they may become troublesome.
They will probably turn upon the medi
cine meu who have made these
predictions. Then there will be difficulty
nmong the Indians which may spread beyond
the confines of the tribe."
Mr. Belt, however, thought that the precau
tions already adopted in tending the military
to the reservations would be ample to prevent
any serious outbreak.
WHAT INSPECTOR WBIOHT THINKS.
Mr. Wright, the Indian agent at the Rosebud
agency, which is one of the centers of the
present excitement, is in the city, but leaves
this eveuiug for. the reservation. In his
opinion, if a few of the ringleader! were
locked up, the excitement would be apt to
die out. He doet not attribute the
present trouble entirely to the religious craze,
although he thinks that some of the lndiani
have been deluded into a belief in the Messiah.
He says that thit story about the corn
ins: Messiah was started mainly among
the non-progressive Indians, who are
led by such men as Kitting Bull and
Bed Cloud. These men have bein deposed as
chiefs because they opposed the recent sale to
the government of a large part of the Sioux
reservation and any other movement which
was in the line of progress.
HOW THE RELIGIOUS CRAZE ORIGINATED.
The religious craze was originated by them
in order to regain their control over the peo
ple. There is another factor which Mr. Wright
thinks contributes to the present condition of
affairB, and that is the bad crops of the past
year. The Indians, he says, have not raised
very much grain and they are now hungry.
This makes th< m feel ugly and desperate. He
| thinks that if the leaders are gotten out of the
way that possibly the Indians may be quieted
| down and all disturbances prevented.
FROM THE MILITARY STANDPOINT.
The Indian scare, as viewed from the War De
partment end of the line, took on a more inter
esting aspect this morning when the following
telegram was received at the War Department
from Gou. Miles at Chicago: "Reliable infor
mation has been received that the Yauktons and
Uroa Ventres on Upper Missouri, also those
near old X'ort Belknap, have unanimously
adopted the Messiah craze. The latter quite
ugly; that Sitting Bull hat sent emissaries to
thi-se tribes and to the forty-eight
Judges of Siouxs north of the British
line exciting them to get arms and ammuni
tion and join the other warriors near Black
Hills in the spring. Every effort is being
made to allnv and restrain the turbulent,
but tho violent overt act of any small
part of tho desperate ones may cause
i a geueral uprising. The latest reports
i from the Northern Cheyennes is that they have
abandoned the delusion. There should be no
! delay, however, in putting other troops than
those in these two departments in proper
[ equipment for the field."
PINE RIDGE INDIANS MCCH EXCITED.
Another dispatch from Gen. Miles was to
the effect that the Indians at Pine llidgc are
much excited and large numbers are coming
over from the Iiosebud agency, fifty miles dis
tant: also that the ghost dauee continues. No
replies have been sent by the War Department.
OEM. MILES' presidential BOOM.
The remark made by Gen. Miles in his first
telegram advising the concentration of troops
in view of the danger of a general uprising has
started anew the story that ho is working on
> his presidential boom, which was launched at
1 a banquet in San Francisco last July.
i Said a prominent army officer to a Star re
porter: "Miles is predicting a general Indian
war and virtually asks that tho com
mand of the entire army be turned over
to him. He wauts to create a scare
and pose as tho savior of the
country. In fact he is almost in the attitude
of it political Messiah, such as the Indians
themselves are looking for. I have no doubt
in the wurld that he is honest in
his candidacy. He has shrewdly enlisted
tho favor of nearly every newspaper
man in California, and has by hit
agreeable manners and tho expenditure of his
means managed to make himself very popular
in a certain way in the west He is one the
most ambitious men in tho army and he is
pulling his wires shrewdly."
API'KOPKIATIONS COMMITTEE.
Not a Quorum Yet?Mr. Cannon Says
Good Work Will be Done.
Mr. Cannon of Illinois was at tho capitol to
day, looking as happy and amiable as if noth
ing extraordinary had happened at the rocent
elections. He was on hand and ready for work,
but Mr. Savers was the only other member of
the committee present and the estimates were
not all in yet. It was thought that about Mon
dav a quorum of the committee would be
present, the eitimatet would be all in
and they could get down to hard
I work. It was decided, therefore, that a meet
ing of the committee thould be held on Mon
, day. It is expected that the District appropri
ation bill will be ready to report to the House
on the first of the month, and during the first
week of the session it is hoped that both the
| pensions and fortification bills will be re
ported.
I This will leave the sundry civil, legislative
and general deficiency hills to come in about
the timo of the holidays or soon after. There
is evidently no notion lurking in the minds of
the appropriations committee tbat their bills
are to be shoved aside for other matters and
left to stand their chanoesat the tail end of the
session.
It is proposed that they shall be advanced
as rapidly as possible and no time will be lost
in waiting to take them np.
MR. CANNON TALKS BRIEFLY.
Mr. Cannon does not join in what appears to
be a general notion that it will be difficult to
hold a quorum of republicans in the House
during the session. He does not want to talk
about tho "cause of the result;" about the tariff
or about the possibilities of the federal election
bill for publication.
"But. he said to a Star reporter, "you may
quote me for this. I think we will go right
ahead with legislation this session. The Con
gress has not ended yet We have got
work to do and we shall do it There
will be no trouble about keeping a
good quorum of republicans. Every re
publican, whether he has been reelected
or defeated, will be in his seat and he will be
full of earnestness for work. Everyone of us
was elected for two years. There is one ses
sion yet before us. It is as much our duty to
attend to bnsioees during this session ss was
during the first It is ths business of every
man to be here and he vUL"
FEAR AT PINE RiDGE.
A Conflict With the Indians May
Come at Any Time.
THE MARKET FIRM AND ACTIVE
A Better Feeling in London, Now
York and Philadelphia.
LATEST NEWS OVER THE WIRE
QUIET AT T1IE AGENCIES.
No Conflict Bttwron the Troops and
Indians lias Taken Place.
Fobt Niobbaba. Neb.. Nov. 2L?The troops
from Fort Niobrara readied the Rosebud
apency early yesterday morning and found all
quiet and peaceful. The Messiah craze ban
not been as prevalent at the Rosebud
agency, and most of those who were
affected by it. to the number of about
200, left Rosebud for Pine Ridge several tiavs
ago to participate in the ghost dance*. The
craze has been much more extended at Pine
Ridge. and it is the cause of the
movement of troops to that agency as
well as Rosebud. The presence of a
large number of Indians, with a dozen
wagons, W edui sday in Valentine for the purpose
of freighting agency goods to Rosebud when
they Knew tbo troop.- were marching to the
agency was vorv assuring to the people here
that 110 trouble was apprehended. It n also
good evidence that there will be no trouble at
I'ine Ridge. Anew and inexpcri'need azent
at the I'ine Ridge agency is probably the cau^-e
of what excitement has thus far occurred.
A special from Pino Ridge agency sav* that
there is no apparent Cause for s.arm at that
agency. Tho few ludiuus tbero are walking
about quietly, stoically indifferent to the
presence of the troops. There is an anxious
feeling among the whiles, however. Special
Ascnt Cooper arrived from Windfield yester
day.
AT WOrXDED KNEE OBEFK.
The ghost dances, under the lead of Little
Wound. Six Feathers and other chit fx. are still
going on at W ounded Knee Creek. White C'laj
and Medicine aud the Indians have their guns
strapped to their backs as they dance. It is
within the bouuds of possibility that the danc
ing Indians may consolidate "their forces at
Wounded Knee, and in that case a fight mav be
expected at any moment. Medicne Root,'the
furthest point from I'ine Riuge agency, is
15 and Porcupine 25 miles. The last news
from Wounded Knee, which came in last night,
was to the effect that tho ghost dances were
being held nightly and that all the Indians col
lected there were excited, threatening aud
boisterous. The rumor that the troop* were
coining was repented there and only elicited
threats iu response-. The Indians declared
their Messiah whs advising them aud eneout
agiug them every day and that the dances
could not be stopped.
"If the soldiers come here," they said, "wo
will treat them tho way we did the* agent and
hw policemen."
A herder who just reached Pine Ridge re
ports that several hundred Indians have con
gregated secretly nine miles from that place.
They are all heavily arnied and tbey are ex
pecting the Rosebud bioux to join them
bhortly.
QEX. BROOKE 15 COSSCI-TATIOX.
Gen. Brooke, who is in command of the
troop* which arrived at Pino Ridge yesterday,
held a long consultation during the day with
Indian Agent Royer and Special Indian Agent
Cooper. It is probable that with the force at
hand no attempt will bo made to stop the
dancing at present. Roth the ludian
agents said at the conclusion of the
interview that the situation was cer
tainly grave. They confirmed the reports of
arnied Indians dancing at different points, and
said that parties of them were probably mov
ing about the reservation. Several days will
be passed by the troops and agents in making a
study of all phases of the excitement, but uutil
troops aro hero in greater force the redsk.ns
will uot be molested.
The wives and children of all the traders and
other whites about the agency have left for the
safer points along the railroad aud the niin
here are prepared for the word.
THE 8TBKN11T3 OF TItC IXDIANg.
Agent Royer computes the number of actual
able-bodied Indians wbo are prepared to fight
and who are fully armed at GOO. The squaws,
who are by no means a trivial factor in the fight,
of course stretch that number away out. A*
yet no orders have been given to reitiforce the
400 men now in camii here, but if it becomes
necessary there are more than a dozen com
panies under marching orders. The Indians
are molesting nobody as yet and do not
object to having the whites wi'tness their dance.
In fact, they put in extra kicks at such times
for the evident purpose of convincing them
that they are in earnest. There is not a man
in the- agency who knows anything about In
dian character wno does not' predict trouble.
The opportunities are better than for
years, as the religious nature of the
revolt, tor revolt it has become, in
such that the traders and especially
Messrs. Cooper and Royer. say it is almost cer
tain to result in a hot campaign. The average
strength of the ludians' ammunition is JOO to
300 rounds to each man. If the Indians choose
they might easily make a detour and destroy
the telephone communication.
"I think it is just as well that the people out
side be placed in possession of exact facts in
this case," said Mr. Royer. "It is not worth
while to deny further that the trouble is immi
nent. livery one of these bostile-s is heavily
loaded with ammunition and they will u?e it.
I have been among ibein before.
"What are you going to do?"
"\> e eau do nothing yet until the Interior
Department and the War Department give in
structions. What we think uiost advisable to
do is to wait end let them play their part.
They will do it, too. Bloodshed is all that wili
?top them.
"That applies to stopping the dances?"
"Yes, sir; they must be stopped of course and
soon."
Gen. Brooke himself reports it almost impos
sible to get new information, in fact there- is
nothing more than the certain determination
of the Indians to resist to the last anv attemnts
to stop their dancing. This ghost"dance has
never been described. It consists of a collec
tion of a hundred or more, generally more,
Indians who form a ring around a tree within
which are placed clothing and gifts for the
Messiah.
Ihe Indians at Lower Brule. 8.D.. are not
excited, and the Messiah craze does not appear
to have any effect on them.
A1.AKX a WYOMIXa.
The report that Indians were coming through
the Powder river country in Wyoming from
the Pine Ridge to the Shoshone agency has
caused the people of northern Wyoming to ask
for the retention of the two companies of
troops at Fort McKiunev. who were under or
ders to proceed to Pine Ridge. Got. Warren
yesterday asked that the troops be retained. In
response to his request a company of infantrv
will be retained at McKinney, the cavalry go
ing to Pine Ridge. The Fort Russell troops
are still awaiting orders to move.
The Boston Ideals In Trouble.
Dulcth, Mink., Not. 2L? The Boston Ideals
opened here last night for a three nights' en
gagement A Wisconsin Central railroad man
came here with the company with an order for
9190 and there was also an advance of t230 due
the theater here. When settling time came
CoL Foster, the railroad man, and Manager
Miller of the theater could not come to terms
and the performance was stopped at the end of
the seoond act Foster says he wiU go on with
the season, opening at Minneapolis Monday.
Knocked From a Train.
Mkudkh, Co**., Nor. 2L?Three men were
knocked off a train am the Meridea, Waterbury
and Connecticut road at the treetle on Cheshire
street crossing four miles west of this city this
noriuag aad fatally injured.
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EVERY APPLICANT PAID.
fltbfw' Snvlnjr* Hank (tfllrer* of XrW
York l>ld Not (U'm Their I'riTlllfrt.
Nnw Yes*. Nov.)>l. ?lfc? rnn on the CiUieas'
frivinc* lUiiV. at the southwest rorsi* of Ik*
Lowery au<i Canal street. which wa* started OB
Wcdne*day. w*? continued in fall fore* IoiUt.
TrcM.'ont Edward A. OuinUr l and the other
Didabfrt ot the committ??e on Inani** of tk*
institutw* in Id a meeting at the bank this
utorniug at 9 JO o>!?fk. There ha.l been *oras
t*:k a*rong the panic-stricken de|>o*:i??r* that
tho oilicer* of the I ank ru 1 <Lit avail themselves
of the rule which ren in
"No person *riall have the right to withdraw
any part of the amount that may be to hie
1 credit. Dulrn ho lia* ninety day* previously
gi tii personal notice to the bauk of too amount
Le wishes to withdraw.**
To do away *,th any impre**ion of this aort
tuf lutKf committer held a *< -sion at the rail
o. I'rrsijt at Quiut ird and decided by a unaui
IiOU* row to w oat to the ilrpjtilon their
mopoy ja?t a* ta*t a* they rsnld.
i be door? of the bank wore thrown open at
9:#-Y and at that time the line of uiiiodi de
positors rached several square*.
When the door* of the bank were opened at
l11 o clock the crowd made a rush and forty or
fifty got in and wert paid off. ignite a number
w .killed to leave a dollar or two on deposit. bnt
th^ receiving t< !ler would not allow an* lower
amount than ?10 or ?K> to remain The ban*
started in nth tlfti.mw left over from yr?ter>
day anil in the course of the morning 1'resi
dent Quintard drew fldO.iWKi more from the
{ ity National llank and the Mercantile 'J'rnit
Company in order to be fully prepared in all
HMTKCItiM.
Speculator* buying np depositor*' book* con
tinued doing a thriving business tin* morning
at a rate of lroiu 113 to VC> cent* on the dollar.
One ?p> ouiator told a reporter that vesterday
he had bought up *4.200 worth of claim* at *5
cent* on the doiUr and tTtlo worth tbi* morn
ing. The bank officiate kav that while they
deprecate the machinations of the (peculators
they hav? no legal m< ans of flopping them.
FIRM AM) ACTIVE.
The Natural TomJcncy of the Stork
>l?rkct Tudiij- M *? to Rlae.
Sr.* York, Nov. 2L?There wa* a compara
tively quiet opening to the *took market this
morning mid Jirnt price* were all higher, the
advance* over last niglit * figures being gen
erally from 't to 4 per cent. but augar refiner
ies was up J,. and Louisville and Nashville I
per cent, The only marked feature developed
in the varlv trading wii* a renewal of the weak
now :n licck island, which wiw ao pronounced
yesterday. Mid while it ? p< lied np per cent
with the remainder of Ibe list at ?4<|. itwai
quickly retired to fil1, on large dealing*.
1 he general list sympathized to a very
limited extent in the decline, moat stocks
vit hling only small fraction* from first price*,
but wli. n the downwaid movement in Hock
Inland came to an end the natural tendency of
the market to rise wu* shewn and material
ttaius wire scored all along the line. Missouri
Pacific at 02 t was up 1', and Northern 1'aciflc
preferred at 62 wan l?? higher, but the lrn
provem- ut in the other* w? confined to frac
tion*. l.'ia lv Island rallied to 6.l'4. At II
o'.-lock the umr?.et was tirm and active at about
the b"nt price* reached.
Money at no< n wa* eaoy at 5 per cent. In
the Ktock market after 11 o'clock there wu lit
tle movement of importance, and while the
tona remained firm to *lroug no material im
provement in price* wa* made except in
i>urungt< n, which roue to 8* agaiuat >4
U?t cvcuuig. Everything *ror< d gain*,
however, and among the ape.'ialtiea
tiome *liarp adv ance* w< re made. Jeriu y Cen
tral sold at i'W. a^ainnt 97 last evening, and
au^ar refint rie* oil v< ry light trading roue
from 52 j to a. There wa* le*? animation
later in the hour and the upward movenieut
balled ?ome* i at, but at noon the market wu
active and utroug at about the highest prices
of the morning.
Silver open d at 100"<; highest sale, 102;
lowi'kt sale, ll*t j; last ?>.. . . 102.
TICKATINU 1* IlkKCl'LOMS.
Oermun I'liyalctans Keport on the
caey ot l?r. kucli'ii l.>ni|>h.
Behi.hi. Nov. 21.?In thi* week'* uurab r of
the jh utsftii .y, timisrfu there appear* a report
by I>rs. liergmaun, Frantzel and others ou the
treatment of tuberculoma. The article, which
is written in technical language, adds bnt
little to what i* already known. It is I?r.
Frantzel's belief that advanced cases require
a long course of treatment before the efficacy
of the curative can be ill inon*trated. l)r.
Kraut/el agree* with tho other physicians that
the curative aitaiu* it* maximum of value a? a
mean* of diagnoai* and in the treatment of
tubercular skin diseases. In dixease* of the
internal organs the curative i* *tiil of doubtful
etneacy. lu cases where the cavities are small
they may cicatrize, but where they are lar^e.
j owing io the tlow of matter and the existence
[ of other micro-organism*, the wasting process
' ccntinoe* and death is the result.
Many of the foreigu physicians now in
Berlin inveetigating III. Kvoh s discovery have
warned their consumptive patients against
veiiluruig on the dangerous winter journey 10
Her I in. 'i'ber believe it to be better for such
patient* to aw;;it at their home* the arrival of
ihu lymph. l!v so doing the dclicate eon
sumptive can secure more reatfnl aud sys
tematic treatment than in possible in this city,
overcrowded as it now is with those seeking in
escape from the scourge.
MtTVICIPAL. AHsI-TAXCE AITOIMP.
rSuildtngs in the Monbil suburb of this city
have been temporarily allotted to Prof. Eoch
by the municipal autnoritie* for the purpose of
atsistitig him iu proceeding with his expert
I tuents in the direction of discovering a
I cure for infectious disease*, such as
[ scarlet fever. measles, diphtheria and
i typhus fever. The professor * ill ah o pursue
I h:* investigations into the nature and treat*
j ment of cancer in this building. It will be
i possible to accommodate 150 patients in the
1 temporary ho.*piu.l. l'rof. Koch considers that
his labors in connection with tuberculosis are
completed.
THE RESIXT IX XKBRASKA.
Boyd's Klectlon W ill I?e Contested by
tlie Farnien' Alliance.
Iwcout, Nib.. Not. 21.?Attorneys for the
Farmers' Alliance sent out messengers last
evening to serve notices of the proposed con
test over the late election. It is proposed to
<4>nte*t the election of Bovd, democratic gov*
ernor-elect. and of every republican official
supposed to have been elected. The notices
charge at length that busine-ss men in Omaha
and elsewhere formed a conspiracy to defeat
the will of the pecplc aud brought in va*t sun.*
of money for that purpose ; that nearly 3.000 for
eigners were naturalized and their fees paid by
outside parties just prior to the election; that
in over thirty polling places ticket* bearing the
name* of alliance candidate* were taken from
those having them and such }>ersons were com
pelled to leave the polling places; that several
cities violated the registration laws and thai
many fraud* and irregularities were practiced.
Tile contest will be tried by the legislature.
DOLGOROl'KI IN PARIS.
Hi* Visit Due to the Murder of Gem.
Srllvirakoft.
Park. Nov. 21.?Mendelsohn, the nihilist,
who had several interviewr* with I'adlewr*hi.
the Russian Pole who is suspected of the mur*
| der of Gen. Seli verskoff prior to Padleweki's
disappearance from Paris, aud who, it is known,
furnished bira with money, ha* been expelled
from the country. It is believed that Padlew
ski escaped to London.
l>rince Dolgorouki, governor of Moscow, has
arrived in Paris. His visit is due to the m ur
der of (>en. boliverskoff, who was a representa
tive in France of the Hu**ian government.
Indiana Miners on ? Strike.
Bs47.it. Iki>., Nov. 21.- The drivers and day
men employed in the Block mines yesterday
appointed a committee to wait upon the
0]>erat0rs with a demand for f2 a day. The
demand was refused and the day men joined
the drivers in a strike. The Operators claim
that to advance the price would be to disturb
the market in violation of the yearly agree
ment. About 2.000 miner* are thrown oat of
employment and the sanation is becoming
serious.
The Irish Envoys at Msfsrs.
Brrrxixt, N Y., Nov. 21.?Coder the guid
ance of James Mooney the Irish envoys, Dil
lon. O'Brien and Sullivan, visited Mayor Bishop
and the head* of the other departments in the
city hsll yesterday. Later they called upon
Bishop By an, who subscribed tl00 to theu
fund. In the afternoon the distinguished
visitors, in company with Father Croain and
Mr. Mooney, went to the falls.
Seventeen Men Indicted for Murder.
Nbw Oiuiis, La., Nov. 21.?The grand jury
late Inst night reported true bills against tho
seventeen men under arrest charged with the
murder of Chief of Polioe David C. Ilsnnsssj
on October 16 last The grand Jury has b**i
in ssssion two weeks and examined seventy*
fiv? witnesses. It is expected the Met will im
Axsd for an early <ty.

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