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U1ST YJ3AU NO. 0,375.
Washington, Thursday evening-, January to, iss.
PltlOE TWO GENTS
IN CONGRESS TO-DAY.
Villi SUXATK STIT.I, ON
ScMlons In l.cgln lit Klnvnu o'clock Horo
nfter Tlio Upmllnck Contlmir in tlio
House. Which Adjourns In Despair.
In tho Senate to-day a favorable, report
was mado oil tho joint resolution grant
lug to tho Supervising Surgeon General
or the Marino IIospllul Service tho sumo
pay niul allowances now made to tho
Burgeon General of tho Army. ' '
A farornblu report was mmlo on n 1)111
authorizing tho bridging of tho Missouri
Itlvcr noar Leavenworth, Knn. Also on
tho bill iiuthuri.lng tho President to np
point William English mi olllcer in tho
A resolution wns agreed to calling upon
tho Secretary of tho Treasury to ru-ox-limine
nud mid It tho claims of tho Stato
of Pennsylvania for monov expended In
Upon motion of Sir. Allison It was
agreed that tho Senate .meet at 11 o'clock
Tho Tariff hill wasthen taken up.
Immediately after tho reading of tho
journal In the llouso to-day Mr. Weaver
moved that tho llouso adjourn, and
pojidiiig: that motion ho moved when tho
llouso adjourned It bo to moot on Friday.
Thequestion was put and elicited n fow
feeble straggling ''ayes'' and a not much
stronger reply of ''noes."
Tenors wero ordered and Mr. Weaver
and Mr. Crisp took their places at tho
entrance of tho main aisle In front of
tho Speaker's desk. Mr. Weaver's faco
bor,o a determined expression, whilo
Mr. Crisp appeared lo bo resigned.
Tho House did not seem to tako much
Interest In tho proceeding and It wns
some timo beforo n Member camo for
ward to pass between tho tollers. Not
a single ltcpubllcan raised hip voice in
tho viva voce voto and fow voted with
Mr. Jtcado leaned back In his chair
and looked onwith an amused expression
and soon afterward ho left tho floor. Tlio
House appeared to bo perfectly resigned
to tho condition of affairs. The mem
bers went about thoir affairs or read tho
morning papers, payiug littlo attention
to tho tellers. ,
During tho count of tho voto on one of
Mr. Weaver's motions to adjourn, Mr. E.
U, Taylor of Ohio, after referring in a
prenmblo to tho blocking of the business
of tho llouso by a certain mombcr, of
fered a resolution for the appointment of
a committee of five to wait upon tho
member to ascertain upon what terms ho
would allow tho business of tho House
The resolution not presenting a ques
tion of privilege Was ruled out and ttie
eouiitwas proceedod with.
Tho llouso at 1:4.0 p. in., recognizing
Us "hopeless liolplessness'," ns a Mem
ber expressed it, adjourned until
Tho Piummn Ticsoltitlon,
Tho Sen at o Panama resolution now lies upon
ttie Speaker's tablo in tlio House, and, becauso
ot tho deadlock which oxlstcd all dav.cotlld not
lo taken off and assigned to tlio llouso For
elgu Affairs Committee. Mr. McCrcary,
chairman of tlio committee, said to a United
1'ross representative that, us soon as the reso'
Hitlon camo Into possession of tlio committee,
lie would call a meeting of tbu comiiilttco to
consldor It. Ho liad hoped to liavo, tlio com
mittee tul;o It up at iti regular meeting on
Friday, but it seemed Improbable In tlio ex
isting stato of business in tlio Houso, 'Mint
tbey get bold of It. So far as ho knew,
jio amendments had been prepared to bo
oucrcd to tno resolution, mo matter was
ono of the greatest importance and deserved,
and would recctva tho most careful considera
tion. Kxtrn Session Gossip.
Tlicro is a revival to-day of tlio talk of an
extra session of Cougrcss after March 4 in
view of tho fact that- tho last six days have
been wasted by obstructive tactics, and dil
atory tactics were begun to-day immediately
after tho llouso assembled. Tho friends of
the Oklahoma bill uro determined, if tbey can,
to prevent the transaction of all business until
tho Houso accords them a day on which to
consider the bill for tho formation of that
Territory. It is also hinted that several of tho
piomlncnt aspirants for tho .Speakership in
the next Houso aro leading an unforsccu hand
to obstruct business, believing that an extra
session would be of advuutago to them in their,
race for tho Speakership.
Tlio Agriculture Department 11111.
The llaltlmore Sun ot to-day says: It, Is
understood General Harrison has slgulflcd'
to prominent Republicans, a dosiro for,tho
passage of tho bill creating a Department of
Agriculture and making the head of this de
partment a Cabinet olllcer, thus giving him
tho appointment of another member of the
Cabinet. Tho bill Is now In Conference
At a meeting of tho Conference Comuilttca
Wednesday, there seemed to bo an ovldont In
clination on the part of tho Senato conferrccs
to rcecdo from tho Senate amendment, mid
permit tho transfer of tho Signal Service from
tlio War Department to tho Agricultural
Department. General Harrison also desires
tho transfer of tho Geological Survey from tho
Interior to tho Agrloulluinl Department.
YvHtm-rtny Aftovnonii In tlio House.
In tho llouso yosterday afternoon, after
several hours spent In filibustering, tho
Journal was Anally read. Mr. Sprlugor then
naked unanimous consent for tho adoption of a
lesolutlou setting January 17 as the day for a
vote upon the Oklahoma bill. This and his
subsequent icquest that the resolution be re
ferred to tho Committee ou Itulcs was dented,
wheroupou Mr. Weaver recommenced his
filibustering tactics, and tlio' Houso adjourned.
Aieliltict Frorot's Iii'vistlgutlon,
Supervising Architect Freret reappeared be
foro tho Investigating committee and testified
that as caily as last June ho usked the Secre
tary of tho Treasury for an Increased force to
ena ble him to prepare the plans for the public
but Idltigs. On account of u lack of clerical
force hu was compelled to havo some plans
prepared by outside parties,
The Senato Committee on Flnanco has re
ferred the House resolution oxtendtng tho
leaves of absenco of the employes of tlio Bu
reau ot Engraving and Printing to tho Secre
tary of tho Treasury tor Information as to
whether an Increased appropriation will bo
necessary under tlio operation of tho law.
In tha Senato yesterday a resolution was
adopted calllug upon tho Commissioners of
the District for Information as to tie cost ot
grading and regulating .of lloundary btrect
from l'ourth street west to North Capitol, am
for opening and extending Eleventh street
west from licundary to Mount Pleasant ave
nue. Senator Voorhces yesterday introducd a
resolution authorizing the Chief ot Engineers
to proceed with tha construction of tho new
Library building, In aceordauco with tho plan
ngrted upon, to cost 0,003,140. Tho rcsolu
turn was referred to tho -Library COinmlttco.
In tha Senato yesterday Mr. ltlddlebergor
introduced a bill providing for tbu survey or n
rod from tho Aeipieduo. Bridge :o Mount
General I.co of Virginia will endeavor to
have the Senuto add to tho Sundrv civil i.in
mi iitipn prlatlon ot $10,000 (or an Ico bout for
Senator l'ayno has Introduced a bill to
inuko C ilumbus, O., a port of entry and to
cxlnm to it tuu terms or ttie Immediate trans
Mr, A11.3on,cuaIrmau ot tlio;iub-conimtUoo
having In chnrgo tho Tariff bill, 1ms slated to
n lcprcsonlativu of thoUnltod l'rcss this after
noon that lie Ihtemlcd to ask tlio Senate to
incotnt 11 a. m., beginning In the near future,
and falling that, ho would insist upon night
It has been determined finally to begin tho
examination of Cotisul-Uoncrnl Sewnll on tho
Hiimoan question to-morrow morning. A
meeting of tlio Senate Commttteo ou Foreign
Relations has been called for the . purpose.
Tho committee Is deliberating whether or not
to inuko the examination public.
Tho examination ot Supervising Architect
Freret was resumed by tho Senate this morn
Tho Senato Commttteo on Utiles held a
meeting this morning to consider somo pro
posed changes In the rules, Intended to limit
tho privilege of tlio Senato lloor to thoso who
havo lcgltlmato business there.
Tho House Committee on Territories havo
ogrcotl to .Mr. Springer's amendments to tlio
Tho Houru Committee, on Colnago, Weights
and Measures to-day agreed to report favor
ably u bill Introduced by Mr. Wand to pro
vldo for new designs of nuthoilzcll devices of
United States coins.
Tho Chaplain of tho House this morning of
fered nravcr In behalf of the sufferers from
tho storm In sections of l'cuuiylvanla yester
day. - President Cleveland sent tho following nom
inations to the Senate yesterday afternoon;
Gcorgo Moorman of Louisiana, to bo United
States marshal for tho Kustcru district of
Louisiana, and Andrew J. Smith, lato colonel
Seventh Cavalry, to be colonel ot cavalry In
tlio A tmy (net' of Congress approved Decem
ber 84, lbSfi); Second Lieutenant Charles (1.
Lyman, lo bo second llcuteuant Second Cav
alry, and a number of postmasters.
LATE DKl'AKTMKNT XKWS.
Scerotary Whltnoy this morning ro
coived a dispatch from Now York saying
that tho ships now at thd Now York
Navy Yard would probably bo ready for
sea by Mondny. It is not yet known
whether tho ships will bo ordered to
Hnytl or Samoa;
Tho Commissioner of Pensions Las
been advised that.Charlcs J. Hawson, of
Worcester, Mast., who was indicted for
violation of tho attorney law, in certain
pension claims, 1ms. at the present term
of tho U. S. Court at Uostou. entered a
plea of nolo contendere and sentence has
been continued. On tho 7th instant ho
was arrested anew uppn n charge of
withholding $1,500 ns fee in a pension
claim nnd for embezzlement of tho sum
of $7,715.07, the samo being tho funds of
his ward, derived from a pension claim. ,
Tlio Whlto Houso was closed to visit
ors to-day on account of tho Cabinet din
ner to be given this ovonlng.
W. S. Vandoventor was to-day ap?
pointod a storekeeper and gauger at
Among tho President's callers to-day
wero Senator Vanco, ex-Senator Mc
Donald, Representatives Wubbcr, Mont
gomery, Lnndcs, Washington, Henderson
of North Carolina, with wife, daughter
and son, nnd McAdoo, with Colonel nnd
Mrs. L. E. Price nnd Thomas Brady of
Ponds wore offorod to-day ns follows:
4s registered, $40,000, at 1278, and 4Ja
registered, $15,000, at 108.
Leave of absence for fourteen dnvs has
beon granted Captain Ilichard W. John
son, assistant surgeon, U. S. Army.
The order issued granting leave of nb
senco to First Lieutenant William AV.
Wothcrspoon, Twelfth Infantry, has
been modtllcd so ns to mnko it read leave
of afisence on surgeon's ecrtiflcnto of dis
ability. A cablo despatch was received at tho
Navy Department to-day ,nnuoliucingtho
death at'rJhagghal vestordav of Edwin
Wells, Chjpf JSpjdnsex ,of tlio U. S. S.
Omnha.'ttl tho 'Asiatic squadron.
TEE DISTIUCT GUVKHN'MENT.
Tho "Freo AVntcr bill" was rcforrcd to
tho Commissioners recently by tho Houso
District Committee for their views and
suggestions. Tho Commissioners havo
mudo a fow minor changes and returned
llio bill with u letter, stating that this
hill was prepared and submitted to Con
gress by the Commissioners in dcfcrcnco
lo tho general sentiment of this com
munity and in viow of tho favorablu
llnancial condition and resources of tho
District, which render feasible as well as
desirable the transfer of this burden from
tho water-takers alone to the general pub
lie, except when tho uso of the water is
directly connected with tho conduct of
tho business, for profit.
John Dudley, a sou of ex-Commls-sloner
of Pensions AV. AV. Dudley, has
received an appointment to an important
ollico in tho Engineer's Department of
thu District Government. Ho lias charge
of Assistant Engineer Dnro's work. Mr.
Daro has been detailed to assist Surveyor
Forsyth, who has charge of the survey
of Seventh street road, to establish tho
lines with a view of sotting both tho
fences and buildings to tho proper line.
Tho.appllcution of John M. Schleuter,
of 402 N street, for a barroom llncese has
been approved, and thu license granted.
E. Q. liruehl, of Ihightwood avonuo,
has been granted a wholesale liquor
Messrs. AVnlker & AVllson, agents for
AVcst Urookland, claim that thoy have a
right to build on their subdivision,
whether it is recorded or not, Tho Com
missioners referred tho question to At
torney Piddle, who rendored an opinion
to tho clleet that builders on such prop
erty havo no right uudcr tho building
The Enterprise Farmers' Club has pe
titioned tho Commissioners to chnugo
tho Inw so that thoy can drivo
their cattlo Into tho city beforo 8 o'clock
in tho morning, when thoroarefew ladles
or childrep on tho street.
Mr. W. J. Morris of 1314 L strcot hn3
written to the Commissioners protesting
ngu lust the granting of thu request of
Lou-is Clcnhuuo to allow his park fonco
to remain four feet boyond tho lino.
Slio Wants u Illvorce.
A divorce bill was filed to-day by B, F.
Lelgtitoii, in which Mary Elizabeth T. Bhol
ley asks to bo separated from Sarauol S.
Shclloy. Thoy were marrlod hi this city Juno
5, 1873, her maiden namo being Orr, nnd
moved to Oregon. Thoro, sho says, In 1889
ho beat, her and sho left htm. Sho tried It
again and says she was again forced to lcavo
him. Sho asks that tho custody of their two
children bo given to her.
Tho Court of Inquiry,
Tho Court of Inquiry at tho War'Pcport
ment to-day resumed Its Investigation of tha
, aqueduct scandal. Mr. Sparrow, tho expcit
' sounder, finished his testimony yesterday nud
resumed his soundings In thu tunnel to-day,
Thu court spent tho morning session in an ex
amination of maps and druwings and records
bearing on tho continuation of tho tunnel.
Amtuiiltod by Oiivulryimin.
Hobcrt F. Mayer, tho old gentleman who
was assaulted In front of Albuugh's Opera
llouso a few nights ugo, had his assailant,
George. Heed, a soldier stationed at Fort
Meyer, arrested, and the casocumo up for trial
In tho Police Couit this morning. Heed
pleaded gulltr to tho charga ami was held for
(ho grand Jury,
A Sti-cet. Full I r C'onvlclml.
Michael Flood, u young man, was to-day
convicted ot "lllm-llamlm:" $18 from a young
couutrytuau uuuicd Alien C. Kllonberger,
A MODERN LOOIIIiNVAR.
A, WATCHFUL r.llllJNT AVAS)
Tlio Youiik J.udy's 'I'ntlier llrlitRs Her
to TliU City, I flit llcr I.oyor ISciits tho
Tmln unit Currici Hor On",
Tho groat majority of incidents In
which tlio aid of steam, by land or sea,
carrtes with It retributive justlco to the
criminal excopling when it don't con
nect makes tho following truo story a
pleasing vurlation. Henry AVilbtir, a
young PJilIadolphlnn doing business on
Callowhlll street near the river In that
city, loved pretty Miss Davis, daughter
of u neighbor, and she smiled on Henry's
Tho old man Davis did not smllo like
wise, and when ho thought dnngor ot
an clopcincnt near, ho took his daughter
wttn nun mid, camo to this city.
Henry saw them enter the Ilroad street
station In Philadelphia, ran to his homo,
III led his grip nnd ptire, and took tlio
Hultlnioro & Ohio train which left later
and wns scheduled to nrrlvu beforo tho
ono bearing his love nnd her angry
father. Tho"Canuon Hall," or "Greased
Lightening," or"Tlu Jumper," or "Pis
ton Pusher." or whatever tho fast train
Is called, contrary to all precedent, How
fast enough to please oven a lover, ,and
the manner in which It pounded over tho
face of thu commonwealth of Maryland,
beat all out of doors.
AVhon tlio train stopped on timo
Henry How to tho Sixth-street station
and shortly was gladdened by n sight of
his love and tier father, whi camo up tho
platform mid colored tho Indies' sitting
room, where the father loft her in fan
cied security to seek a conveyance to his
friends in tho suburbs. As thu old man
went out ono door Henry entered at an
other, and mot his love. Tho joy wns
mutual, nnd their subsequent movements
Very rapid. Thoy entered a Hack and
wore driven to tlio homo of an old friend
of Henry's family, where a minister of
the gospel soon tied .thu knot and mndo
thom happy. Thoy loft for homo on tho
next train without meeting tho parent.
AVhon tho old man learned ho had
beon outwitted, 'ho rnved nnd swore In
tho most approved fashion, nnd in his
anger tried to climb up a stanchion In
the depot, but wlso counsel prevulled on
him to bear up, and ho took tho evening
train for home, with his heart softened
toward tho offenders, aud likely, to for
Tho AU-PorruilIng Puzzle.
Thcro Is an enterprising clothing shop
keeper who is golne to turn loose tbo "street
car" or "missing link" puzzle ou along suf
fering public gratis. Ho Is having a lot mada
with his namo stamped ou them and ho is go
ing to givo ouo to each of his customers.
"They cost mo about a cent npleco in largo
quantities, and so you seo bow much the street
fakirs aro making on them," ho said this
'Tho puzzlo was .discovered about a month
ago, aud is a Western invention. But it
spread like wildfire and I thluk it is tbo clev
erest tmzzlo that has over been brought out.
You seo that after a man has dono it onco ho
cau't always do it again. A man takes ouo
with a conlldent air and says, Must watch mo
do it,' but nine times out of ton he falls ou
the second trial, It's a great puzzle, and 1
am colug to give away thousands of them.
Tlio Lincoln Hull Theatre.
"Idon!tuion.w.lietb.orl will or not," Mr.
Strasburgef,. who used to manage Ilcrzog's
Thc'atYo'boforot, was turned, when I asked
him whether ho was going to run tho now
place tho syudlcoto that bought tbo burned
property Is going to build.
And really It Is very doubtful who will run
tho thcatro ot- whether there will bo any thea
tre there at all or not. ijomo of tho people
who put up mouey for stock In tho concern
were promised that tho place would not bo
used tor a theatre, but merely for a concert
aud convention ball.
Hut, then, people are only a minority in tho
holding of stock, and tho, promlso to them Is
likoly to bo broken. There is so much mora
money In a theatre. Thcro Is lively compoti
tlon, too, among tho theatrical people for the
placo. Forepaugh and Connelly aro after It,
1'at Harris Is after It, a local syndicate is
otter it aud so Is Mr. Strasburgcr, who had tho
old place when it burned down.
Manager Harris wants to establish In this
city a high-priced theatre, to compete with tho
National and Albuugh's Grutid Opcra-llouso.
Ho Is especially anxious to havo a high
priced houso here, as It would Just round out
his circuit of high-priced houses In neighbor
"I understand that ho has signified his will
ingness to go as high us $13,000 a year for tho
now place. This is perhaps too much for an
upstairs house, but then tlio syndicate is con
sidering tho alterations of their plans so that
the theatre can occupy tho first lloor. If this
was dona tho now building could bo mado Into
a mngnltlccut theatre, and tbo Jucreased rental
of tho theatre would perhaps more thaumako
up for the loss of the store rents.
It will ba Interesting to watch tho develop
ment of tho various schemes, aud it would
tako a prophet to guess who or what wlU run
tho new theatre when It opens next fall.
Hntlslloa With V Struct.
A couple of months niro a man who bad
been In business on Seventh street for years,
aud whose placo had coma to bo considered
ono ot tho landmarks ot that busy street,
moved down onto F street.
Other business men watrtrcd their heads
gravely and prophesied disaster. This vcu
t'urcsomo bustucss man said' this morning that
he was more than pleased with the change,
"lieforo I moved," ho said. "I Hgured out
about what I thought I ought to do in my
now place. Well, I havo dona almost twlco
as much as that."
"You mark my words', F street Is going to
bo a storo street; that Is as far cast nsSevcuth.
Deyoud that tlicro will b,o ofllce buildings, but
you can seo how Tbo stores ara crowding out
the oillces already. Yes, sir, F street Is going
to bo a storo street and tho timo when
ovory door on tho street from Seventh to
Fifteenth will ka tho entranco to a store or a
bank is not far distant.
Clilouco Capital on r Street.
Strong, tbo Chicago capitalist, who built a
new store on F street, between Iwelfth and
Thirteenth streets, a short while ago, is so
pleased with his Innovation that ho has or
dered tho occupants to vacate tho prcinlsos
next his new building, which hu owns, aud is
going to tear down tho old-fashioned brick
building and replace it with another handsomo
Itonl Kutattj Transfers.
James X. Haverlleld et ul. to. Henry G.
Forker, uudlvlded halt interest in sublots 00-
0'.'. snuaro 11K) (three deeds). ' -
Olivia C. K. ltaco to Thcoi
l'hcodoro E, Davis, $S0,
siihlnt 51). snuaro 07
A'lrglula llulkloy to Lucius Q. C. Lamar of
Mississippi, 33,000,'pait sublot 6, square
Mnrln Ilmlson'H Will.
Tho will ot Maria Hudson, Hied to-day,
leaves her property to her slstor, Elizabeth
Mrs. Fairchlld'8 houso was thronged with
callers yesterday ufternoon. Mrs. Fulrchtid
was assisted by .Mrs. Maynurd, Mrs. Thomp
son, Miss Litchfield, Miss How, Mrs. Dickson,
Mrs. Llucklneu, Miss Dcckvtlth, Miss ltoso
cram, Mis. F. if. Thorn and Miss Ucrtrudo
Thorn and Mrs. Welling.
Mrs. O. K. Fayton, who was run over by a
liorso and Carlisle and sovcroly butt, last
Monday, near tho corner of Seventeenth street
and Connecticut avenue, was last ovenlug still
unconscious and In u very critical condition.
Mr, Morgan Ross, tho genial clerk at tbo
Ebbitt House, will go to Philadelphia tomorrow.
INTERNATIONAL COURTESIES. '
Tho Oldest and Vniiuuvst Notions Slink
Count Gouly, tho Porslan Minister,
wont down to tho Sonalo the day beforo
yesterday to seo ono of tho Scnntors, ofll
dolly, but the Solons being in sccrot ses
sion, ho wns dobarrcd the pleasure. From
the Senate ho proceeded to the Congres
sional Library, and wns amazed at lis
Immensity, nnd agreeably surprised to
find tho largo number of books hi orig
inal Persian typo. AVhen taking his
leave His Excellency intimated to Libra
rian Spofford that ho wouhh'chrlch tho
already lino collection by presenting hlni
with somo rare volumes about Persia and
tho Persians written two thousand (3,000)
years ago, for which Mr. Sifofford was
profuso In his tlinnkB for tho ijamo.
From tho Library the Minister mndo
his first visit lo tho Supremo Coirrt of the
United Stntcs. Chiof Justloo'Fullor ills
covering his presonco In tho stats for tlio
public, courteously invllcd him and thu
members of the Legation to s'cntb within
the bar, a very apnroprhito cfjinpliment,
tho Minister having been onco an ad
ministrator of Justice in his oxljn country.
Ho is also now n general of the first rank
In tlio Persian standing nrmy, 1)00,000
strong, rnnk and tile.
In this connection it may not bo amiss
to stato that when tho Slink risks tlio
Paris Exposition this year His Majesty
will in all probability dispatch a Persian
steamer to New Yof k, In which Zouly
Khan, tho Minister, nud his suite will
visit tho seaport cities on the Atlantic
coast and inatigurnto direct commercial
intercourse and trado with tho United
States. Of course tho first vessel of tho
Persian Government to visit this country
will bo received with nil honors by both
municipal and Government authorities.
Churlotto Smith Kuoil,
Mrs. Charlotto Smith of this city; president
of tho Woman's National Industrial League,
was defendant in a New York court yesterday
In a suit filed by William Melncrny, a young
man whom sho had employed during thu cam
imlfu to dlstrlbuto circulars. She had prom
ised tha'.lt Harrison was elected ho should
recelvo $1 a day and a .-rOO a month place In
Washington. .Melncrny was discharged ou
November SO, and sues to recover salary.
."I stand hero to-day," Mrs. fc'mllb ex
claimed, rising from tho wltnoss chair with a
dramatic gesture, "and assert that the
Woman's Lcaguo fought this political light
alone, without the aid of Republicans or atiy
ono else. Wo paid tho entire expenses ot our
light and did not solicit help from any
f "Didn't you get up a political donionstra
.tlou, lu which a.lot of younc girls participated,
who paraded on Broadway in coaches I"
"Yes. I Hid."
"And didn't tho Itcpubllcan Committee
foot tho bill?"
"It's nono of your business. That has noth
ing to do with tho case."
tYou received a chock for $303 from Colonel
Dudley, and I saw it."
"Very well; what of It?"
"Nothing, only you said your Lcatpio didn't
receive any' llnancial assistance from tbo Na
tional Kopubllcan Committee, and I wunt to
show that you did, and tho Women's League
nscu mat money in circulating stories about
Cleveland, too." roiorted Mdlnorney as tho
defendant Indignantly .flounced out of the
witness chair. k
ailtlen lias to Give Hands.
. E, B. Uildca, alias C.Ji. Constant luc, alias
C. A. Arlington, who was arrested at tho
illggs llouso Tuesday night by Detectives
Wheeler and Mattlugly its a suspicious char
acter, appeared In tho l'ollco Court this morn
ing. Ho was foundon tho night in question
in tho room of another guest of thu hotel,
and amoug hls;cflcets wero two keys, which
ho admitted having made, a fllo aud a piece
of wux. jr -
Ho claims tbotlils brother Is postmaster at
Urackctsvlllo, Tex., whleTi'plnco'jtho prisoner
left about two years ago. Ho Vas confined
eighteen months In tha Massachusetts reform
atory for petit larceny and has been oilt about
six weeks. Oildea was required tb'glvo bonds
or go down for ninety days.
An Important ltullnc.
Judge Mlllor mado a very Important ruling
this morning in tbo caso bioughtlu tho l'ollco
Court against Robert A. Phillips ifor violating
building regulations. .Mr.. Phillips owns a
frarao building on C street, between Third and
Four-aud-a-halt streets southwest, ou which
hu placed somo repairs without obtaining a
permit." The regulations provide thai a per
mit must bo issued when alterations aro
mado, but;tho Court held In this Instance that
repairs had been mado not oxceedlng one
half tho value of tho building and that these
repairs wero not alterations, henco did not
coma within tho provisions ot tho law. Tho
caso Was dismissed. '
Itccoilt ltoutiurlo Itoporlcd.
J. S, Johnson, !13l Missouri avcuuo reports
tho loss of a pockctbook containing tiOO
worth of promissory notes and $13 In cash.
The storo of Wm. McAllister, 518 O street
northeast, was entered and a navy blua over
coat and two boxes ot cigars stolen.
Win. Davis, an employo ofi tho Hotel La
Normandle, reports tho loss of an overcoat aud
pair of gloves.
C. J. Lewis, living near Oak Vlow, had
stolen from his wagon a brown overcoat and
a pair ot gloves.
ltacbael Williams, 609 Fourth street north
west, reports the larceny of thrco shirts and
ladles circular cloak.
Ilurlal I'ormlts Irniucd.
Durlal permits havo been Issued by the
Health Ofllcer for tho past twenty-four hours
Frederick Cost, Gl years; William Cartright,
11 yoars; Johu Hayes, BO years; Catheriuo E.
Trott, 85 years; Edward- F. King, 53 years;
Matthew Cook, 71 years; ltobecca Henderson,
1 year; Isabel Shrovo, 33 years; Ami Hoyno,
75 years; Robert ,K. Bhellabarger, SD years;
Edward Sweeny, 4 mouths; ltoscoe II. Zlor
roatin, 7 months; James ,M. Hestor, 03 years;
aud tho following colored: Isaiah llerry, 23
years; Joseph Brown, 1 year; Louisa Lncils,
uo uuni ui:imu niryi-s, U.J uuru, l.uum u.
Carter, 17 years; William A. Aloys, 21 yoars;
Bessie A. Hideout, 1 year; Moses Johnson, OS
years; Mason Parker, SO ycais.
Gruiul Jury Indictments,
The grand Jury to-day returned indictments
as follows: Magglo Smith, alias Mugglo Ash
ton, larceny from tho person; .Wm. Mooro
and Randolph Williams, housebreaking in
tho ulght; William Young, 'housebreaking
In the night; Andrew Daugerfleld, house
breaking In tbo night; Dennis Mc
Donald, larceny from tlio person;
lames Wood, alius Jamos I.uskoy, larceny
from tlio person; Wm. II. Dado, emhezzie
meut; Fruuk Washington and licujumln Fos
ter, larceuy; Johu liuorco, housebreaking iu
Tbey ignored charges against Thomas Mur
dock, grand larceny; Lizzie Lancaster, grand
larceny; William McCouvey, assuult with iu
tent to rape' ,
The Suburban .Subdivisions.
Attonioy Piddle has rnndctfed an opin
ion to tho effect that whon tlio trustees
of Twining City filed their pt with tho
surveyor it beenmo a matter of record. ZZ
In regard to the West Urookland subdi
vision ho says tho law is aea(iist tho owners
and tho granting ot permits to build thoro
would hu indirect recognition of the subdi
vision which is Illegal,
The Ilnptist Home,
Articles of Incorporation wero recorded to
day for tho "baptist Home," to provide homes
for tho aeed, Infirm and destitute of tho Bap
tist churches. The trustees are Henry Heard,
(J. W. Browm, J. J. Darllimlon, Jeunlo K.
Ktlckney, Susan B. Sheilft, Deantlm L. Fos
ter, Anua U. Mcador, .Marian J. MoL: uo,
Carolina Miller and Jennlo W, Holtzman,
Suits reduced to 81'J.OO. Klsomau', 7th S3 K.
FOOD 1?0JI THE FISHES.
AN INTHltllSTINn KXt'KIttMHNT 11Y
Sort Water Hrniilil J'roin Norfolk In
Tnnln Tlio ltiilltllns nnd Giotto Just
A party of masons iind hclpors aro
busy on tho foundations for tho now
murine aquarium nnd grotto that is to
oriinmoiit tlio Pish Commission building,
being nn itiinpx thereto on thu west side,
and connected by a covered way loading
from tho crouud floor. Tho material
point In tho consideration ot establishing
tills annex tho nblllty to sustain life In
salt-water tlshcs ai such a distance from
tlio ocean was fully proven to bo prac
ticable, by a rccotit series of trials under
tho supervision of Commissioner Mc
Donald and Superintendent S. G. North.
Theso gentlemen constructed a simple
machino for atomizing air and thu purl
tied oxygen thus obtained is iujectud In
to tho several apartments through rubber
tubo3, tho supply keeping tho salt wnter
puro and rendering it life-giving to tho
ilshes. Every fow weeks a messenger Is
dispatched to Norfolk with tanks, which
hu illls with wnter near thu capes and
tins supply will lust for mouths when fed
with tho ntoml.ed air.
The building will bo fifty feet long
from north to south, being a continuous
nipinriuin nil mound tho space, with a
six-foot walk in tho .centre. No light
other than that radiating through thu
water will bo furnished, and the llnisb of
thu Interior will bo in shells, Stones nnd
grasses, In keeping with Its contents.
Several new shlnments of rare and
beautiful ilshes woro received this week,
among which aro California rainbow
trout, Lake Eric salmon trout, Atlantic
brook trout, Michigan groyllng, brown
German trout and Loch Lcvcn trout
from Scotland. Other shipments will bo
received whon tho grotto is toady .which
will bo ih tlio next thirty days.
The commission has called in from all
outlying stntfons the several small plants
of machinery located at each, una havo
constructed a large machine shop In tho
southwest corner of tho basement, in
which is, placed tho whole plant, thus
enabling tho work of the commission to
bo dono with dispatch and from n cen
(JUNE TO MEET IMS SISTEH.
Death of Itobort Slicdlnlmriror or Typhoid
Mr. Pobort U. Shellnbarger, Judge
Shollabargor's son, died at 5 o'clock this
morning of typhoid ljvcr.
Ills sister, Elizabeth, died but a week
or so ago of this same disease, and
Itobert wns very 111 at tho time of her
death. It was hoped, though, that ho
was past, tho crisis, and his recovery was
confidently expected by his friends, nud
so his death was more or less unex
pected. Mr. Shellabargor wns a trlflo over 23
ycarsf old and leaves a widow and ono
child 7 months old. Tho funeral
services will bo at his father's residence,
S1U Seventeenth street, to-morrow after
noon at U o'clock. Pov. Dr. llartlett of
tho New York Avenue Church will olll
clato and Messrs. Hudy, Wilson, Hie
gins, Illckottsv-andcrburg nnd Dr.
.Hnrban will bo 'the pallbearers.
The remains will bo taken to Oak Hill
Cemetery, whero "his-sistor Elizabeth's
remains Still liu iu a vault, and the son
find daughter wilt, boih bo buried to
morrow afternoon. " '
(JIVEN .TO THE JUKY.
Tho C'iiho of Colonel Tracy Clnireod With
Asomilt to Kill.
Tho caso of Colonel James G. Tracy,
charged with assault to kill on Captain
Johu II. Tanner at tho brokerago ollico of
Tanner & Harmon, filil Fifteenth street,
was given to the jury by Judgo Mont
gomery at half-past 10 this mornlug.
Tho jury was instructed that thoy
must dctcrinino the defendant's condi
tion of mind whon tho shooting occurred.
Tlio previous relations of tho parties
should only bo considered for tho pur
pose of throwing light on tho occurrence.
If tho shot was "fired purposely with the
intention ,of killing, Tracy should bo
convicted; if tho defendant tired iu tlio
belief that he was lu danger of great
bodily harm, hu should bo acquitted.
JUr. Webb's Term expires on .Sunday
Commissioner Webb's term of ofllco
willexph'o on next 'Sunday, but unless
his successor is appointed he will hold
John II. Crnno nnd Wm. Oscar Hoomo
havo recently been urged for tlio ap
pointment. Iniiucurntlnn Notes.
The Indiana Republican Association met at
Inauguration headquarters lust night and ap
pointed a committee of thirteen to look after
the 3,000 Indiana people who aro expected to
coino to the Inauguration.
Tho Sub-commltteo on Fireworks met last
ulght, but dldu't do anything,
Tho Phil. Kearney Guards of Elizabeth, N.
J havo been assigned to quarters In thu Intu
rlor Department, and tho Bibb County Blues
of Macon, Qa., will bo at 304 Klcveuth street.
Tho ball tickets ate expected to bo leady
Ocueral 1). II. Ha'stlngs of Pennsylvania,
chief of stall to Governor Beaver, who will bo
craud marshal, called on Colonel Brltton to
day and Informally talked ovor tbo detail of
It was agreed oml understood that In a few
days Governor Beaver would Itsuo an order
deciding tho character of tho "equipment of
tho various organizations, togcthor with their
several places In lino, ,
It was decided that no carriages should bo
In lluo excepting those used by tho Presiden
General Hustings Is treating for quartors to
park thrco batteries of Pennsylvania artillery
ou Fourteenth street,
Tlio United Republican Clubs of Kings
County, N. Y.. will parade 3,000 niou,
Tho dllllcujty in tho tuuttor ot telegraph
wires Is arranged, by allowing them to enter
the samo conduits with tho electric wires,
Tho Transportation Commttteo havo Issued
a neat schedule ot rates from all points east of
tho Mississippi Hlvcr for round trips, A gen
eral rule Is made by tho companies that "no
special tralus will bo chartered, nor will train
or car rales bo granted." Thu rates Includo
tho dates of February SS to -March 8 Inclu
sive. Justice I.iumtr's l'urolinse,
A deodwas placed ou record to-day by
which Virginia llulkloy transfers to Lucius Q.
C. Lamar, for $3,000, tbo property fronting
tweuty-tlvo feet on thu south side ot Massa
chusetts avenue, botwecn Fourteenth and Fif
teenth, running through to M street.
Two ClmrguH ot llnrno-Htoalliig,
Two charges of horsu-steallngagaliist Albert
S. Dullu woro nollo prosscd by District Attor
ney Hogo to-day. Ho stated to tho Court that
thu prosecuting wltueis. Johu Dugan, stated
that ho did not belluvo tiiat Dullu really meant
to steal tho horso.
Suits reduced to $8.00. ttlsetnuu's, 7th & K
CLEMUKU AWAY THE IIEIMIS.
Itncovorluc tho Dcuit llodles from tlio
Ittiidlui; .Mill Kulnv
liBAMKfi, Pa., .Inn. 10. Tho work of
clearing away the dobrls at tho wrecked
silk mill wns continued throughout tho
night without interruption. This morn
ing n large nddlttou wits made lo tho
working force and somo twelve addi
tional bodies havo been removed. Tho
following Is ticniupleti! list of tho miss
ing and killed handed to a United Press
rujiortur by Mr. Orlmshaw, ono of the
owners of thu mill, up to this hour (10
Kvo Lcods, Harry Krockcr, William Sny
der, Knllo Alspaoh. Colla ltltncr, Clara
Alpnch, Mildred Longer, Katln Yraircr,
Lizzie Owen, Salllo Damn. Salllu O'Neill, l'.lla
Illuchcr, l.nura (ichcrt, Carrie llartiuan, Bar
bara ydlhelnicr, Emma Dcetner.
I.cKlOltturn KtrcN n Itnpnlilluiiu
llAirrroitD. Conk.. Jnn. 10. lloth
houses of tho Legislature mot In joint
session this morning to. elect Stato olll
cers, an election by the people having
failed, Tho following is the result of
For Governor, M. G. Ilttlkeloy (Hop.)
Por Lieutenant-Governor, Samuel E.
Scerotary of Stnto, It. .T. Walsh (Hop.)
Treasurer, E. S. Hunry (Hep.)
Tho l.iml of tho lo'tioliur.
Hkatti.c, W. T Jan. 0. Tho remains of
Albert Labotta, who was lynched at Oilman
Monday for blowlug up u house, wero brought
to Seattle yesterday. At tho coroner's Inquest
ovIduDce was produced to tho tftoct that La
bctta camu from Chicago, was a professional
dynamiter, an old Bohemian bomb-thrower
anu au expert. Handler or explosives, mo
sccno ot the explosion In described as dcsoluto
in tho extreme. Four of the victims aro now
dead. Bodalu, wife and son, are all expected
to dlo. Thu lynching meets with general ap
proval. The I'reviilenoy of Lynching,
R.uxiuii, N. G, Jan. 10. In his animal re
port just mado to the Governor, Attorney
General Davidson devotes considerable spaco
to tlio apparently growing disposition ot ovil
minded persons to resort to lynching. Tho
Attoruoy-Oeneral strongiv condemns their
practlco aud says: "It will ho an evil day for
our people when they submit ipiletly to sur
render thu ordorly administration of tho low
as provided by themselves In their Constitu
tion and States to irresponsible midnight
Million,) Strongly Iliinlied.
IUr.Eiau, N. C, Jan. 10. The Republican
legislative caucus last night adoptod u resolu
tion, recommending to President-elect Harri
son that William Mabone of Virginia bo given
a placo In tbu Cabinet.
Ilrouflit lluok I'll) l n flip Ornvo.
New Oiileans, La., Jan. 10. Tho steam
ship West Indian has brought to this port tho
crew of tho bark Naunlo 'i;. Bell, which they
report was lost at sea on December 27. All
hands wero saved.
AT THE HOTELS.
Mr. and Mrs. Thornton N. Motley,
ion; cny, aro at. ucicKcrs.
J. H. ltecd and U. A. Audrows, Pittsburg,
aud H. Davis, Montreal, aro at tho Arlington.
Warner 11. Nostrand, Colonel Don Piatt and
wife, C. J. Field and Kdward Little, Now
York, and W. J, Grunoy aro at Chamberlln's.
Charles L. Wccbcr and wlfo, Cleveland, O.;
W. 1'. Clough aud Miss dough, St. Paul, aud
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. Stephens, Now York, aro at
;Tt'."W. Ifaylty, Pittsburg: Geo. H. Wallaco, I
rujmiuviue, .iiu.j ii, ji, i.ucvicnail, .ow
Yoik: C. CV Menzlcs, Cincinnati, aro at
J. T. Urooko and C. L. Colo. Pittsburg;
F. E. Tuttla and wife, Massachusetts, and
Georgo F. Leland, l'lilladolphla, aro at tho
Josluh I'lcrco, ir., Portland, Pa.; Georgo
llyrns, Norfolk, Va.: C. D. B. Howell and
wife, Chicago, P. W. Lobb aud N. II. Culver,
Philadelphia; Watts Parker, Lexington, Ky.,
aro at tbo Kbbltt Houso.
J. M. Ecktord, San Antanlo, Tox.: W. A.
Roach and wife, Chicago: F. L. Watklns,
Bath. Mo.; Hon. H. L. Brlttou, Australia;
Hon. Charles K. Barber, British Consul to
Zanzibar; Thos. M. Scott, Syracuse; L. 1).
Saylcs, Omaha, aro registered at tho Harris
nX.YNOIAli AMI COMMEUOIAIi.
Tho Stock mill Money llliirliet.
New Yoiik, Jan. 10. Money 33J per cent.
Exchango steady; posted rates, 4b;iJ4S'J;
actual rates, 4SlJCi4S5 for sixty days aud
4SSJ(i,43SJ for demand. Governments quiet;
ciitrency, (Is, HU bid; 4s, coupons, l!ill bid;
IJs, do.,10Si bid.
Tho stock market opened unlet and linn.
and, on buying of Lake Shore and Western
Union, pikes advanced i J per cent. In tho
llrsthom-, Silicon o'clock thu market has
btcu extremely dull anil featureless. Tho
largo: brokers are ovhlently awaitlug tho re
sult of tho ronfercueu of tho railroad presi
dents and bankers meeting.
1 p. m. prices. W. U.. SU; N. Y. O.. 1078;
N. J. C, US; Mich. 871: O. I'., 3SJ; U. I'., OH;
Mo., 731; Tex., B2J; 8. C, S'JJ; Can. I'ac.. 61;
D. Ai II., 131J: I)., L. .t W., H08; Eric. 278;
do. pfd., IU; K. & T., 133; L. S., 101; L.
N hJ; N. W 107; do. pfd., 110J: O. A, W.,
IS; Reading. 183; It. 1., 0t; O. A M., 303; do
pfd.. UlJ;St. Paul, IS3J; do. pfd., 103; N. ,t C,
815; Wabash, 13J; do. pfd.. 34 i; U..A (J., 100;
Man., O'Jj; O. .t N., 1)74; O. .t T.,toj.
Tlio Chicago Market.
Cute tno, Jan. 10. Opoulng, 9;30 a. m.:
Wheat May, 1.04J. Corn Feb., 34311;
March, 3.1; May, Bfij, Oats May, Us.
i'oik fcoo., .tiiu.m); .uay, iu.aj. iard
March, 47.10(117.431; May, $7,531
RIbs-Feb.,.03J; May, r7.07J
Tlio WiiHliliiclim Nloelo.
Miscellaneous Bonds W. it (. It. it.. 10S;
Masonic Hall Ass'n. lhfl; Wash. Market Co.,
115; Inland h Seaboid Co., ; Wash, Llirhl
Infantry, Ut, U5i; Wash. Llirut Infuutrv. 3d,
45: Wash, (ius Llcht Co,, 130: Wash. Gas
National Bank Stocks Bunk of Washing
ton. 880: Bank ot Republic, 175; Metropolitan.
300; Central. 300; Second, lid; Farmers' ami
Mechanics', 103; Citlieus', 135; Columbia,
Railroad (stocks Washington and Goortro
town, 303; Metropolitan, )10; Columbia, 33;
Cap. it North U St., 35: Auarostla, 10.
lusurancu Slocks Firemen's. 3'J; Franklin,
40; Metropolitan, 71; Nattoual Union, 10;
Arlluctoii, 100; Corcoran, 00; Columbia, 13;
German American, 153; Potomac, 75; Rlgc;s, S.
Gas and Kbctriu Light Stocks Waslilncton
Gas, -I0J; Georgetown Gas, 45; L). S. Electric
Telephono Stocks Pennsylvania, 31; Chesa
peake it I'otomuc, 70.
Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Maikct
Co., 15): Washington llrlcK .Machino Co., 105;
National Press Brick Co., 30j; Great Falls lco
Co,, 145; Bull Run Panorama Co, 30; Real
Estate Title lusurauco Co., 115; Columbia
Title Insurance Co., Hi; National Sato De
posit Co,, ; American (Jraphophonu Co,
A Hotel fllo,
Tho Ulversldo Hotel, ut Canesteo, N, V., was
burned ut 4 o'clock yesterday morning. Tho
Inmates escaped; some ot them only partly
dressed. They lost nearly all their clothing.
Most of tho household goods wero burned.
Thcro was no lusurauco.
The lliiltlmoro Murder.
Tho Baltimore pollen yestcrduy arrested a
woman named Kuulguudu Betz, who they
have reason to bollovo Is the murderess ot old
Mrs. Scbneldor, who was so horribly boaton to
Ocean Stoiunois Arrived.
Alter, ut Southampton; Lcerdaui, at Now
REPORTS OF THE STORM.
'llil Morning In Tilt
mill Other Dovmtatec
PiTTSnuno, 1'a., Jan. 10. The olllclal
list of thoso affected by yesterday's ac
cident on Wood and Diamond streets
swells thu total number to sixty-seven
persons. At this hour 11 n. in, cloven
nro dead, eight fatally Injured, twenty
flvo seriously injured, fifteen slightly in
jured unit eight missing. It is known
positively that thoro aro other bodies un
der tho ruins, and all posslblo effort Is
being made for their rescue, but scarcely
u hopo Is entertained that any moro will
bo removed nltvo.
Two bodies wero roinoved from tho
rear of tho Weldln building since ,-l
o'clock this morning. They had not
bben fully Identified at tho last report
at l'ollco headquarters. Chief Brown,
together with his assistant, remnitiud nb
the scene of the accident throughout
tho night directing tho firemen, police
olllcers and others hi tho search for tho
missing. A long lino of wagons and
carts carried tho debris away as nipidly
iih they could bo loaded. Karly this
morning tho number of searchers was
increased aud the work of excavating
tlio debris Is progressing, systematically.
Throngs of people lino tho 'streets, eager
for the Intuit Information.
At thu hospitals last night, particularly
tlio Homeopathic, where Uvonty-nino of
tho unfortunates were provided accom
modations, It wns found necessnry to
station police; olllcers at the doors to hold
the throngs of anxious Inquirers for miss
ititi friends iu check.
Joseph Cichring, resideneo 107 Galla
gher street, Allegheny, died from tlio of
foots of Ills Injuries ut tho Mercy Hos
pital. Karly this morning Georgo Mc
(Hough died during thu night. Tho two
unknown dead men lying at tho Morguo
wero idcntillcd by friends this morning
as John Kogers, n carpenter, residing at
Castle Shannon, nnd Thomas Jones, resi
deneo Park Way, Allegheny City.
Gcorgo Ii. Holllday, reported yesterday
among tho missing, turned ifp this morn
ing nil light. Ho had been absent from
tho city sinco yesterdny morning. Tho
romnlns or Dr. J. It. Heed and VvMlllo
Goottman aro still In tho ruins, but owing
to tlio extremely dangerous condition of
tho tottering walls their removal catiuot
ho effected in safety for several hours.
Tlio coroner will begin n searching In
vestigation of all tlio circumstances of
tho accident this afternoon.
Street Commissioner b'lyiin end Chief
Steel of Fire Dopaitment think there uro
nt least twenty men yet burled under tho
Wlllov building; thcro nro that many
yet missing. Of tho tliirtv to thirty-live
inen employed In the building, n majority
of them ran to tlio collar for protection
when tho storm came on. So far only
seven men havo been taken out. This
leaves at least twenty men yet to account
At 11 n. in. workmen were ordered to
cot out of the cellar of the Willoy Build
ing so that tbo walls still standing could
bo pulled down. Tho walls wero unsufo,
and thoso In charege of tho work thought
It better to null down the remaining por
tions of tho building before attempting
to cet nnv inoro bodies from tho rums.
The only body tlity.expect.to..gotout
before evening Is that of a young gentle
man Svho is still In thu collar of Thomas'
leather store, owing to tlio fact that tho
body of Dr. llccd is not expected to ho
gotten out before to-night, as tho addi
tional debris will havo to ho removed,
which will ho a big job.
Tho olllclal list of dead and Injured up
to 11:30 o'clock this morning is us fob
Dead Thomas Jones, George JInson,
John Hill (colored boy), John ltocrsou,
Gcorgo McClouch, Charlos Kritch. Sam
uel Streager, Dr. J. h. Itced, William
Goeltman, Jos. Gchrlng.
Fatally Injured: Henry Faulkner. Thoraai
Barker, Frank Barrett, Thomas Lemon, Join
Barber, Thomas McKce, John Hlller, .f. II.
Hearing, Missing: Georgo Blcuhcliu, Rlchaid
Cm roll, Charles "McKwen, Loonard Sluff
haur, Philip Gcmmcl. Samuel Brown, jr.,
Granlcr and his son. Seriously In
jured: Weldln S. Mason, Allco Carter, Johu
Rldont, Bernard O'Connor, I). Courtney. Eu
gene E. Di vis, Charles 1'. l'etticord, "Morris
Vino, Samuel Brown. Jr., AV. W. McKcown,
Gus Measner, George Long, Coucat Rluehart,
Alfred Lambert, W. A. McCurdy, James Watt,
Michael Ryan, John Donnelly, Thomas Me
Keown, Oscar E. Smith, Elmer McKcown,
Martin Hnllorau, William Springer, Owen
Donnelly, John M. Goehrlug.
Slightly injured George Trecliel, A.
Shank, liartluy Campbell, Evan IMgli,
William Wilson, Itiehard Dabnoy,
Geoigu Scott, Heed Johnson, Jerry
Huckenstoin, William Laiigdon, T. E.
iMollin, John McGlouc.
At 1:30 o'clock this afternoon tho re
mains of Samuel Brown, carpenter, wer
uncovered and removed to the morgue
John W. fji'iuing died at Mercy llos'
pital this morning.
Thu I.osd In llnioklyn.
BuooKLVN, N. Y., Jan. 10. The total loss
in this city by tho storm, Including that caused
by tho oxploslou of tho gas tanks of tho Citi
zens (ius Light Company, amounts to $101,.
I.iito I'ori'luu Dlnpntibi's.
Paius, Jan. 10. A great Uro In tho Eleventh
Arondlseuieiit has destroyed a number of
I'auih, Jan. 10. Tho German Govcriimctit
has forbidden tho circulation by post of M.
Rocbcfnrt's nowspapcr, V IntrantfaeanL M.
Rocbcfort dcclaics himself much nattered by
1'aiiis, Jan. 10. A great Uro in tho Eleventh
Arroiidlssement bus destroyed u number of
DmiUN, Jan. 10. Mr. William O'Brien, M.
P., has received two summons to answer
charges of conspiracy. Tho trial Is appointed
for Jnuuary 25.
K-Mrcut ISitptlxt Church Kindlon.
A ccrtlllcato was recorded to-day of the
following trustees ot tlio Society of tho K
street Baptist Church:
Geo. L. Shciiff. John 8. Poler. Win. Y.
Eaton, Henry S. Boyuton. David C, Grayson,
r.alon, Henry b. lloyuton, David C,
Dr. it. II. Grlmmell and Oscar C. Fi
11m O. I'. ). liellor AftMicintlon.
Articles of Incorporation wero tiled to-dav
for tho Government Printing Ofllco Mutual
Relief Association. Tho governing commit,
teo Is J. II, Campbell, V. II. Anderson, W. M.
Hoffman, J. W. Beall, F. B. Wllklus, U. 11.
MarcolliiB, E. V. Ilearuo, T. J. Hardester, S.
T. Brown and N. P. Reese.
Ill lot I'orclgn Notes.
Princess Allx of Hesse; will shortly ba bo
trotned to tho Ciarowltz.
Vesuvius is showing Increasing activity.
A new conS which had formed has been rout
Tho I'orfecturo of Police) at Leghorn was
partially wrecked ou Tuesday by uu oxplo
slon of dynamite.
Tho Eiffel Tower at Paris Is now 220 metres
high (750 feet), Tho mon at work on tho top
enjoy sunshine while fog prevails beneath.
It Is stated that through hilluoiitlal Russians
an amicable settlement has been arrived at
between King Milan aud ox-Queen Natalie,
whereby tha latter refrains from further pro
ceedings. Local IVeiither Indications.
Fair; wider; westerly winds,