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LATH DKI'AUTSIBST NEWS.
Tm ViiBBinrttT't Cam-mis, Among
thoPicslduiils cnllors to-dny wore Son
ntor Ptmh nnd Uoprupcnlntlves Spilngor,
Itogcis, Joneph itml Clements,
Bonds wintr. uvrKitKD Jo-day ns fol
lows: Is. rogUtoiod, oO.OOnnt 127J nnd
$1(5,000 At 12(1, 1,, legistcrcd. $10,00(1,
$10,000, $100,(100, U7,000 and .$7,000,
coupons, nt 10SJ.
x Uii.i.s Afi'iiovci). I'lio President to
day approved tlio bills to Incorporate tho
Anuirlrati lltstoiioul'Assbclntlon nnd to
regulate nppolutiiienla In the Mnrlno
Uospltnl Soivlco of tlio United Slnles.
Nr.w Notakim 1'uiiMf. Tlio Presi
dent to-dny appointed Hn'iry M. Enrlo
nnd Mnitln R. Decker to bo noHrlcs pub
Ho foi the DMiict or Colutnbiu.
John J. Glvnn was to day appointed
bv tho Picsldent u boatswain in tho
His Kxrui.siov Hkvokkij. Tho De
partment of State litis received n ills-
WASHINGTON, SATURDAY EVENING, JANUARY G, 1880.
IN CONGRESS TO-DAY.
11m Semite Asks tlin I'roKlilont for In
formation About Vi'iiuruiilun AwiirdH
Tlio I'Hiiiiniii (.'mini ltn.nltillim Taken
Up-llio TiirliT 11111 Ciinnldormt.
patch from Dorlln, Btatlng that tlio order
expelling Mr. Louis 11. Gicunborg, n
naturalised American cltlon, from Pius
sin. lias boon l evoked at tho instuueo of
Leaves (Juantcd. Lcavo of absence
grnntcd td Lieutonaut Ileibert .1. Slo
cum, Sovonth Cavahy, on nccount Of
sicklies", has been extended eleven
months. Major Henry G. Thomas, pay
master, on suigeou's certlllpato of dis
ability, has beo"ii extended one year.
Wim. Tttjronr xoit Evamixatioh.
Ily tlio direction of the Piesldont Captain
Uobert W. Schufcldt, assistant suigeon,
willrcpoit In person to llrlgndicr-Gon-eral
"Wesley Mc-iiltt, president of tho
Annv Hcthing Board nt l'oit Leaven
world, Kun., for examination by tho
The Mahinc Hospital Scrvicc Tlio
Picsident this morning signed tlio bill
regulating appointments in the Marino
Hospital Service. Tlio bill provides that
no nurhon shall be ulvon nn original ap
pointment into tlio sorvico above tlio rank
of assistant suigeon. All vacancies in
the higher lauks aro to be filled by pro
motion Tho ollleers in the service at
the dato ol the passage of tho oct aio to
bo nominated to tho Sonato for coritlima
tlon with tho rank then hold. Tho
Surgeon-General having already been
1 jminntod nnd couflrmed in 1879, will
Hot rcquiro lenomliution.
The Si'iiMEitar.M Cnuisim. Tho board
nppoinled by Secretary. "Whitney, con
sisting of Commodoies Sicard and Schley,
Naval Constutclor "Wilson and Chief
Engineer Melville, to consldor tho plain
foi a submcrgeJ cruiser, express thorn
selves very favorably as to its meilts.
The plans submitted provldo for a heav
ily aimorcd cruiser with turtle-backed
steel deck mid revolving turret.aud built
with compartments so arranged thnt on
going into action they can bo filled with
water, thus sinking her until only the
heavy steel turtlo-bnck and turret re
main above wntir. Sho is designed to
cury heavy biecch-loadlng rilled cannon
and small rapid ilro-guns,
Posrorricns Haisi:d in Rank. Tho
following fourth-class postoiliccs have
becomo Presidential appointments:
Flagftnlf, Aylz.; Riusellvlllc, Ark.; Red
wood City, Cal.; Tallapoosa, Gu.; .Monte
zuma, Iowa; Argentine, Kuu.; I're6que Isle,
Me.; Atliol Centre, Mass.; Fowlervlllc, Mich.;
Itiirltuu, N, J.; Cnrrollton, Ohio; South Pitts
burg, Teun.; MarrelUon, Ark.; Jackson,
Monrovia nml Occinsldc, pal.: Mouto Vista,
Col.: Davtona aud Lake City, Da.; (ioodlaud
llaxtcr Spilugs nnd Tort Lcavenwortli, Kali.;
Natchitoches, l.a.: Grafton, Ilopedale, Med
lleld, Newton Highlands and Vineyard
llacn, Mass.; Au Sable, Mareuci, Nashvillo
and Wjandotte, Mich.; Crjstal Sprluiii, Miss.;
Houlder Valley, Great Falls and Wlckois,
Mon.; Cllntou, Woodbrldce and Woodatown,
K. J.: Whttestono, N. Y.; Camden, Girard,
New Richmond and FJ mouth, Ohio; Pulaski
City and West Point, Va. Tho avcra-ro salary
TncAsuitY Depautment Ciiasoes. Louis
D. llroslns of Pennsylvania, having served a
allsfactory probationary term ot six months,
has received an absolute appointment to a
clcikship of tho $1,00(1 class In tho ofllcu ot tho
Promotions Mrs. K. K. Smally ot Wiscon
sin, from iSiO to 81.000; l 11. McDcvItt of
New York, from $W to $000; Miss M. A. Col
niau ot Ohio, from $730 to $1,000; Miss 1). M.
Taliaferro, from $720 to $310, aud Miss N. 11.
Robertson ot Illinois, from $730 to $310 In tho
olllce of the Sixth Auditor. J. M, liurnham of
Now Hampshire, from $810 to class 1; John I).
Cody ot Alabama, from $3-0 to class 1; David
Weeks of Louisiana, from $?20 to class 1, and
William Brown, from $840 to class 1, In tho
ofllco of the Second Auditor. Miss A. F.
Dldlako of Kcutucky, from $340 to $000, nnd
C. C. Bogart of Now Yor:, from $3 per diem
to $900, hi tho olllce of the Supervising Archi
tect. MUs I,. K. Nlenslo, from $-170 to $030.
and J. A, Townor ot New York, from chi6s 1
to class 1, In tho ofllco ot the Secretary. Miss
V.L. Moore, from $930 to $1,000, and U. L.
" llllams, from $1,000 to $1,252, In tho Bureau
of l'.ngravlne and Printing; aud Mrs. J. T.
Moulthrop ot Connecticut, from $700 to $900,
In tho olllce of tho Treasurer of the United
Wak Pr.PAiiTMKNT OrANCins. Tho foi
lowiui: appointments and olllclnl changes
havo been made in tlio War Dopartmont:
Luifono i Wells, promoted from $1,000 to
class 1, olllce of Adjutant General; William
11. Maiic. promoted from coplst and tjpe
MriteratJttOtoclerkatsOOO, olllco of Chief
Signal Ofllcer; James J. Keaty, promoted
fioni sUlllcd laborer at $720 to copUst at $900,
olllco ot Chief of Knglucers; lMward M.
Sliattou, a $1,000 clorh, Surgeon licneial's
i)Dl( e.rtsluned; Lj mnu 1). Cutler, a $1,000 clork
Commlsaurv (klicia)' ufllce, reslfiiiud; Paul
Mnutclt of 'Now York uppolutcd civil engineer
atl,E00, OOleo (Juaitermnstci Gcuoral; IVIIl
I.iin K. fcchllmgou ot Wisconsin appointed
dmughtsnian nt SlOO, Olllco Qiiartermasti'r
Oennral; William 11. SncUl of Wlsronsln,
Creed M. Fulton of Tennessee and Kdwaid J.
Hall ot Mississippi appointed 51,000 clerks,
burgeon (ienoial's Ofllco; Wills S. Pitts of
Iowa and Oliver W. Ill owu ot Massachusetts
declined tho appointments as $1,000 clerks,
Olllco of Adjutaut General.
Mnrrlml In a Court Iliinin.
Thorntou Downing, colored, catno to tho
City Hall this morning with Cornelia Cnnen
berry, took out a license and went Into n
vacant cour'. room, wheio the.y wcro joined lu
holy wedlock by the Huv. K. D, Ilalley of tho
Civil Sen leu Commission.
T. O. 'lajlor took acoraincudablo Intcicst In
atilsl Ing tho couplo In I heir matrimonial enter
prise. It was lie who went after the minister,
nml who pressed Deputy Marshals Jojco ami
McCormtck Into service us ushers.
Iliulill I'erinltK Iftmiuil
llurlal permits havo ueeu Islued during tlio
past twenty four hums by tho Health Ofllcer,
as fpllons: Colored, T.lwlo Dorsoy, 1 jear;
Suean MeKeo. (I'l oais; Alfred Taylor, a
mouths; Juno It. Hanisou, 5 jears; Klslo
' Dunlap, 1 month. White, Howiinl llrowiiliic,
:Sjeuia; Dora A. Chuciuer, 7yeais; Uiucst
oodwanl, 2(1 years; Clarla il. 8emlr, 10
Wesley Stow art aud Matilda J, Wilson; Jolm
D. KIdd aud Lulu l'eatrues, Richmond, Ya.;
Win II. Russell, Il.iltliuoro, and Josephluo V,
rinod (or Sunday JlaiUocpIni;,
Messrs, Reed it Hairls ucrojllndSyUIn tho
PolUii Court Ihls morning, churgod with Boil
ing liquor on Sunday.
' I'irnl tfiimluil Wnlerl
Sal ) of dnmagid times at slaughtered prices
(s nuMr gulag r.n nt thu Fiinilly Shoo btore, 010
In tho Sonntc to-day Mr. Edmunds
oITurud n lcsolutioii tailing upon tho
Piostdont for tho correspondence with the
Venezuelan government In regard to tho
exchange rutillcations of thu claims con
vention of December 3, 1883, nnd to
know what steps have been takejt by tho
United States for tho collection of tho
monthly quotns of customs receipts duo
tho United States under Venezuelan
lavts and an account of thu Caracas
Mr. Sherman's rnsolutlon. roportcd
ycsteiday, was thon-biotight up. It do
dares life sonsoof Congicrtsto boopposod
to tho interference by foroigu powers
with tho intoroceanlc cnnnl projects in
Ccutial America. Consldcrablo discus
sion was provoked.
Tho resolution, under tho rules, went
over until next neck, and tho Tariff bill
vt as taken up.
In tho Houso to-day Mr. Townshond
oiTered n resolution directing tho Com
missioners of tho Dltiict to communicate
to thu House a statement of all matters
relating to tho puichaso of sites for pub
lie schools lu tho District, ombraclng tlio
location of sites, tho amounts paid
bother such amounts were fair market
pilces for tho property, whether the sites
wcro purchased from the owners direct or
thrtugh third parties.and if through third
pnrties why tins method was resorted to,
and all information touching tho pur
chase of such sites, together with recom
mendations for legislation govorlng the
futiiro purchaso of sites.
Mr. O'Neilo of Pennsylvania, presented
a memorial from tlio Vessel Owners' and
Captains' Association of Philadelphia,
petitioning for an Increased appropriation
to enable the llydrographlo Olllco to
carry on its good wonc ot preparing
Tho Secretary of the Interior sub
mitted an cstimtno of nn appropriation
of $350,000 to bo immediately nvallablo
to enable tlio Geological Survoy to make
aBUiveyof tho arid portions of tho
United Slates for the establishment of
reservoirs for irrigating such lands as
'may bo deemed recluimablo.
The Commissioner of Agriculture sub
mitted tho report of Professor Ncwmann
of San Francisco upon tho sllk-woun cul
tuio. The resolution from the Commit
tco on Rules abolishing "Suspension
days" camo over from yesterday. Tho
point of no. quorum was madu against tlio
ordering of tho previous question, nnd a
call of tlio House followed, thu sergeant-nt-arms
being dispatched to bring in ab
A resolution was agreed to instructing
tho SerguauUat-Arnis to telegraph for all
absent members aud inform them tho
Houso desires their piosoneo next Mon
day. A resolution was agrocd to direct
ing tho Secretaries of War and Navy to
lend to the Iimucurul Committee Angs
and buntings, n their possession, for tlio
dccointiou of tho city March 4. Tho
House adjourned at 2 .'JO.
In l?iiilt) Over llullillnc St,
Ill the equity case of John Kd wards
ngniust Cardinal Olbbonsaud otheis, tho
defendant, thu Cardinal, to-dny filed his
answer, Mows. Morris ft ll'imllton np
pcaring as his solicitors. Kd wards w as
tho contraclor for tho erection of St,
.losoph's Church, nnd he nsks tho court
to deerco u sale of the property nnd to
enforce a mechanics' lieu.
The answer admits that a contract
was made, by which I'd wauls vnn to
erect tho chinch for $2 1,000. but denies
that tho plans weiu subsequently nltcied
so as to cause additional expense. Tlio
answer states that Edwards abandoned
tlie-unrk and that ho Is liable! for $25 per
day from October 1 for fnlluro to Imvo
tho building completed on time. It was
provided that fifteen percent, should bo
retained, to he used to liquidate any
damages for which tho contractor might
he toljlamc, nnd it is stated that ho has
already received more than elghty-flvo
per cent, or tno contract price.
Tho cost of completing the building u ill
be 27.000 and the defendant claims that
Edwards is responsible for tho additional
expense. On November 17. it is alleged,
Edwards, who had been paid $21,033.20,
refused to pay his workmun and they de
clined to go on with tho building. Ed
wards llicn applied for mouoy on account,
which wos lefusod him unless he would
glvo security, tlio result being that Ed
wauls withdrew from tho work. They
ask that tho bill bo dismissed fiom court,
TlIK DISTIUCT fiOVKHNMENT.
CAPTAIN GRANT'S DEATH1
xitu i:n or
A 11U9Y AND INTKKI'IU
Tho Scnato Tension Commllteo has reported
favorably a bill to pension tho widow of tho
Into Commander Samuel It. Baker, United
Tho Speakor has laid before tho Houso n let
ter fiom tho Secretary ot tho Treasury lu re
sponso to a resolution Inquiring of him
whether any legislation w as necessary to afford
relict to American fishermen engaged la
whaling la Bchrlug Sea. 'lho Socretary sajs
all possihlo relief Is now afforded.
Mr. Chandler has Introduced lu the Scnato a
resolution authoiizlng tho heirs of Rear Ad
miral Charles II. lialdwln to receive a gold
snuff box adorned with diamonds from tho
Tsar of 1'erBla.
Tho Scnato lias authorized its Committee on
l'rivato Laud Claims to Investigate) tho clr
cumstauces connected with the brluglug of
tults to sot asldo Mcxlcau private land grants
Senator Reagan has presented to tho Senate
the petition of tlio Pomona Grange of Nevada
County, Toxas, praying the adoption of somo
measure to relievo tho couutry from tho ef
fects of trusts.
Senator Turple has presented to the Sonate
tho petition of tho United States Eieless Pen
sioners' Association, praying that artificial
ejes bo furnished tho cycles pensioners ot tho
Tho Scnato held a short secret session yes
terday afternoon. Tho Committee on Mill-
ltary and Mllltla reported favorably tho uomt
uatfous of tho staff ofllceis rLceutly appointed
with the exceptions of tho nominations of
Seott and Hay to bo commissaries ot subsis
tence. A number of unimportant nomina
tions wcro continued,
Tho President has sent a messago to Con
gress recommending au appiopilatlon ot
$111,000 as Indemnity for tho accldcu
tal killing ot scleral Jupaucso subjects by tho
cruw of thu U. S. S. Omaha at tho Island of
llilsma, iu .March, 18b7, while engaged In
'Itiu sub-comtnltteo of tho Ilquso Committee
on Indian Attain has completed tholndluu
Appropriation bill. It approptlates about
$ft,U0O,000, which Is a i eduction of about
$o00,000 from tho provlous bill. It will bo
sulimlltcd to tho full eommlttea to-monow or
'lliu Senate Committee liavlnc incharco tho
Investigation of tlio charges against Suporvla
lug Architect Freret begluslts woik to-day.
Tho Sundry Civil Appropriation Dill will
bo reported to tho House Monday,
The NlunruiiKim Cnuul Company.
Tho Nlcaiaguan bill passed by the Houso
josterday Incorporates tho company, and pro
vides that Congi ess shall have tho right to
regulate tho tarff rates for the transportation
of persons and property. Tho united States
Is not committed to pay for tho construction
of ahv part of tho canal, 'lho capital stock ot
tho couip my Is limited to $100,000,000. Tho
bond;, stocks, etc., must bo bold only for cash.
No certificate of stock must bo Issutd until
ten percent, of the stock is subscribed for,
'lho penalty for violation of this Is live ) ears'
Imprisonment, or $10,000 lino, or bolh. Tho
company must commence work hi construct
ing tho canal within tlueo )cars, and nn
annual repoit must bo made to tho Secretary
of tho Iutcilor. '
The Commissioners havo recom
mended ndverso action on tho bill to
amend tho charter of tho Anacoslla and
Potomac Elver Itailroad, Tlioy Bay that
Elovcnth street has nn excellent graulto
block pavement, which it is inadvlsablo
to disturb for tho purpose of laying oar
tracks, but If Congress should npprovo
such uso of this street vthc company
should bo required to pay for tho pave
ment on tho ontiro space occupied by tho
tracks and tyo feet extoilor thereto. If
it should be deemed advisable that tlio
Company bo authorized to lay a track
between G and l streets, they suggest
thnt it bo laid on Tonth street from G
street to Virginia avenue, thenco south
east on Virginia avenue to Eleventh
sticot and alone Elovcnth street to JI
Chief Englncor Pari Is roports that dur
ing tho mqnth of December tliero wcro
soventoen fires, causing a damago of $3,
423, on which thoro was an insuranco of
Tlio Commissioners havo wrltton tho
Scnatb Dish let Committee, vigorously
protesting against tho pnss.igo of tho bill
providing for tho exemption of hotels
from using water meters, 'f hoy state lu
their letter that tho bill involves class
legislation of lho most objectiona kind
nnd, if ennctpd into law, its effect on tho
water sorvico will bo vicious in tho ox
tiemo. Hotels are the most wnstoful of
water of any of tho establishments em
braced in thu existing lnw. If lliov are
rulunceilCrom thcobllgation to uso meters
great uilllculty will bo experienced in np
plylrrgtthunliUYrJo other establishments
and It willspeedtly becomo a dead letter.
, Privato Wm. GanU of tho police forco
has been court-martialed and disciplined
for insubordination. Lieutonaut Gess
foul of tho Eighth Precinct, in tho speci
fications, charged tiiat tho olllcor insisted
on wearing nn old overcoat on duty,
while ho has a new ouo that ho will not
The insubordination consisted In
"hitting back" at tho Lieutenant, ns he
termed it, when ho (tho Lieutonaut)
ordered him to put on a better coat.
This one, tho Lieutenant swore, was old,
well worn nnd grensy around tho collar.
Gautz's economy, or lnsubordinatIon,will
cost him $25, to bo paid In live monthly
J. D. Heed, who applied for tho im
provement of Juniper stiect, Lo Droit
Pnrk, lias boon uotitlcd by tho Commis
sioners thnt they cannot itnprovo it bo
causo it is a private way.
Tho bill authorizing tho extondlne of
Vermont nvenuo to boventh street road
or Urlghtwood avonuo has recoived tho
approval of tho Commissioners. They
state in their letter to Senator Ingnlls,
on tho subject, that thoy think Now
Jorsoy avenuo should be extended at tho
sumo tlmo, and that tho two avenues
should meet at Grant bticet and ilnglit-
wood avenuo where there should bo a
SOCIAL AND t'EKSUXAIi.
An clcjjaut dinner was kIvou jestcrday In
In honor of Bishop aud .Mrs. Nowman by
Senator aud Mrs. Stanford.
Mrs. Standfoid will not hold any weekly
receptions during this month.
Miss Grace Howard ot Now York who has
been spoudlngnfow dajs with Mrs. A. A.
Colo, will learo next week forareuowal of
her mission among tho Indians lu Dakota.
Tho quests of Mis. Condlt Smith, Mr. and
Mrs. Andiew Wesley Kcut, havo returuod to
tholr homo In Now York.
The recepttou given laBt ovoulng by Senator
aim Airs, voorueos was.ior me purpoao 01
Tlio n.illnut Veteran Keeps Up JIU Work
to tlin I,.it UN I'niiernl to lip Hold an
Mnidn Ills Onrror During tlio War.
C.tptnln Albert Grant, for neatly
twenty-live years a prominent1' architect
and builder of Washington, died early
this mornlntr nt his home on Capitol
Hill. Ho had been confined trt Jiis bed
for a year by a complication of diseases,
but the fatal illness which caused alarm
Hcl.ed him on Chilstinns Day, Since
then he grew uoisu gradually, until at
0 o'clock this morning, sunolindcd by
ills family, ha quietly passed away.
His illness wns duo to several causes,
blood poisoning among others. Tlio
fnneral will take placo on lrlnday at 3
p. m., scivlccs boing held nt tho Metro
iiolltan Presbyterian Church 011 Capitol
Captain Giant wns born In Prankfort,
Mo., November 12, 1820. In his oarly
llfo ho became nn architect and builder,
which occupation ho followed during his
life with considerable success. Ho was
while still a voung man tho architect nnd
builder of tho Hay State Cotton Mills at
Lawrence, Mass,, tho largest cotton mills
in Now England. Ho becamo one ot tho
sturdiest anti-slavery men in that section
01 uiu country, jio movcu 10 iimiuis
and afterward settled In Milwaukee,
wheio ho conducted n business of largo
proportions, his annual lccclpts
When tho war broko out he organized
a company in Milwaukee whlcli, included
tno most prominent men in tno count v.
Ho was mndo second lieutenant. II Is a
singular fact thnt when this company
wns disbanded evpry member who re
turned to tlio sci vice received an olllecr's
compiisslou. Lieut. Grant was offered a
lieutenant-colonelcy, but declined it for a
captaincy, which ho thoughth'msclf bet
ter filled for. He ontcrcd tho Nineteenth1
Wisconsin nnd served during tho war.
His life, for tho noxt four yiars, reads
like n romance. He was a man of in
trepid bravery. Ho was in nlno different
prisons and three times confined in dun
geons. Ho made his escape tlirco times.
At tho eloso of thu war ho camo to
Washington and resumed bis profession.
His mo3t nolnblc work is Grant How on
East Capitol street, botwoen Second and
Third, the finest block In tho city. Somo
time ago ho became blind, his sight
gradually failing. At tho time of Ids
death he was engaged on an nutobtogra
phy, dictating to his stenographer, llo
was of Indexible will and his mental
faculties remained unimpahed to tho
last. Ho loaves four children, two sons
and two unmarried daughters.
AX INJUNCTION DKXIED.
tho Cu.oofllu! Uountt. Itnt AKnlnittlio
'simtliiy llornld "
In tho cn-o of Itachul M. Howott, ad
ministratrix of KobortC. Howott, against
Isaac N. Buritt, Elizabeth A. Burrllt and
others Judgo Cox to-day undo n decree
denying tho injunction asked for and
dl'solviug the temporary restialnlng
order herctofoio grunted.
Tho orlclual bill set forth that lho Into
Captain liurrltt owed tho Howott citato
a sum of money, having contracted tho
debt when ho purchased lho Sunthty
Herald property. Captain Utiirltt made
a conveyance of tho newspaper ptoporty
tosocuro an indebtedness to his wife for
money loaned from her independent
This convovanco was to Joshua O,
Stanton, and the court wns naked by the
complainants to enjoin lihp from soiling
tho property to satisfy her claim und to
protect their interests in tlio matter.
"T.UY LIKE SI1EKUY"
Snino JiitoroMiiiB llxport Testimony In
tlio I'ollco Court.
Jonah Adams and Allan Colbert woro
on trial in tho Polico Court tills morn
ing charged with tho laicony of three
gallons of sherry fiom tho store of John
Tho defendants woro an estcd bv Offi
cer Trammel and a confession was
elicited. On the witness stand. Adams
repudiated tho confession, stating that it
wns obtained by fmec, and explained tho
possession of the demijohn by tho asser
tion that ho bought a half gallon of
i Ho then took the whisky to his friend
1 Harris' house, whero thoy drank somo
of it. A nueslion niosc as to tho conteilts
of the demijohn, and It wnssuggestcd by
competent authority tn.it uainwnu wwo
nnd whisky mixed would make a drink
tasting very like sherry.
Tills was denied by a porson equally
export in such matters, who spoke of
gin aud blackberry as n decoction which
might produce an excellent "sherry."
Mr. Closs for the defendnnts requested a
contlnuitnco until Tuesday to prodtico
important witnesses, which the Court
SOIISA'S COM 10 01'UUA.
rriincls Wilson Ilujw It nnd Will I'rcsont
It In Now Ytirlc.
Professor Sousa, who hns just com
pleted n comic oncrn oulitled, "Tho
AVolf." has sold it to Mr. Francis Wilson
of tho "Erminlo" Opera Company. Mr.
Wilson pronounces very favorably upon
tho opera. Ho says it contains many
good parts, nnd ho ngrces to prodtico it
lor tho first timo in Now York city
within a year. Mr. Wilson's contract
with tho Erminlo Company exphes in
the spring, nnd lie expects to have the
llrondwny Theatre nfter Mny,
A SAD DAY FOR LIBERTY.
WAI-KHlt ft Wll-Sofc (JOMri-AIN Ol'
OAITAIK SYMONS' ACTION.
Tlmy Think Thnt lin Him Unjustly Dis
criminated Against "Vrt llrnnklnnd"
Thoy .Snnil 11 Sharp ltonlomtr.ineo to
Tlio (litlt Fiiuowil Arriineoiiianta.
Tho funeral of tho I ito William M. flalt will
toko plnco from his lato residence, 1111 Ver
mont avenue, at 11 o'clock Monday morning.
Tho interment will be, as already statod, in
Oak Hill Cemetery, tho funeral services being
held at lho reslduiico on Vermont avenuo. Mr.
Halt's old pastor, Roy, Dr. Hartlctt, and Rev.
1)1, Sunderland will olllclnto at tho funoral
and at thu lutoiiuunt lu Oak Hill Ccmuteiy.
Thu members ot Mi. Halt's family who
weio not lu tho city at the tlmo of hlsdoath
iirihcd this morning and others aio expected
to-night. . ,
'llio Kilts' )ny 'if Knrrnw. .
(J rand l'.electcd Ruler Hamilton R. 1-cackwlU
Issue au order Monday appolntrng January?-
as a day for a service of sorrow in memory of
tho dead uf tho Order of Kilts,
introduclue tho Senator's son and wlfo, Mr,
and Mrs, Charles titowart Voorhccs. Miss
Voorhecs will horeafter receive on Thursdays.
Mr. It. 12. h. White, a well-known ouuir
lawjerof this city, seeietary of thu Jaeksou
Democratic Club, was mairlcd on tho 111 st of
the month to Miss Anna I-. Robinson at tho
uildo's rcsldcnco In Now Oilcans'. Tlio cere
mony wits performed by thu Ruv, Dr. Davis
Souuns, rector of Christ Church that city.
After the wedding tho couplo started 011 a short
Western trip at the cud of which they will tako
up their residence In Washington.
Mrs. Albert A. Wilson gave her first Friday
reception yesterday. A largo clrelo of friends
Mies (ieoiylno Campbell's studio reception,
given josterday at WlHard's, was one of tho
most successful ot Its kind over held la this
Mrs. Whitney will wait till aflcr January 11
boforo holding her llistcaid reception ot tho
Aory pleasant high tea was given yester
day by Mrs. t'icrco Crosby.
Malor and Mrs. ltltteiihouso gave an after
noon tea yesterday at their cosy quarters at
thu Soldier' Home.
Tho daughter Of Repreicntatlvo lioutollo of
Maine, Miss Oiaco, Is visiting Miss Stetson of
.Massachusetts avenue, Miss iiouteiie win to
main horo till after tho Inauguration,
Miss Wi James of Hrooklyu Is spondlue a
fowdajH with Mrs. Almena Williams of PU5
Miss Hattlo M, Meyers, who has been spend
ing the hollda sat home, has returned to her
studks at tho collego lu Winchester, Va,
From 4 to 7 p. in. to-day .Mrs. Hampden
Xano will rcechit her friends, assb'cd by Mrs,
l'itta aud Mm. Cockburu.
Miss llattte I'oultuov, a wlnsomo Baltimore
belle, is thu guest ot Mrs. (Jenoial l'auu ot
Mrs. (Ion, John O. lllack's reception yostcr
duy afternoon nns attended by somo of tho
most prominent social lights.
The proprietors of WHIard's Hotol last
evening gavo tho tlrst ot tho series ot 1'rklay
night hops uf tho season.
'I ho llfo Insuranco compat'lcs ot this couutry
chsrgo nonini's iino-thlrd higher premiums
than they do other people, accordiug to a Noiy
Will Send a I-nrRO ,ltepresen-
General Toffoy, who represents the
Civic Oiganlzatlons Commlttta in Now
Jcrsey,wns at Inauguration hen lquartcrs
to-dny nnd registered tho Havy-son nnd
Morton Association of Nownri'hlchjn
tends to tnko port In thg.Jnfiuguration
ceremonies with about Btxty'Won lit lltltf.
Tho Gencrnl snys thnt thej Jersey peo
ple nro tnuing a great deal of interest In
tho Inauguration nnd that 2J500 of them
havo already signified their intention of
coming to tho Inauguration in tho vari
Tho Committee on Ball-room Decora
tions will meet Monday night to decide
on plans for tho decoration of the big
court of tho Pension Ofllco, whero tho
ball Is to bo held.
Tho Executive Committee will meet
again to-night, tho first timo for two
Tho Central llopublican Club of Haiti
moro wants to enrry a big storm Hag in
tlio Inauguration paiado and thoy wroto
to Chairman Drltton to-day to know if
they would bo allowed to carry tho
storm Hag. Chairman Uritton says ho
sees no objection.
No rontracts hao jet been awarded to fur
nish tho Inaugural bouquets.
The i;ieclrlc Light Companies havo assured
Colouol Drltton them will bo 110 troublo In
furnishing hunts if wires can bo strung.
Tho Klghth Regiment of Salum, Mass., will
rome COO strong, with 150 citizens and tho
shcrlfl of tho county.
Tho Lincoln Club of Cincinnati, tho leading
Republican club In Ohio, has engaged quarters
Tho W. O. T. U. lias addressed memorials to
Colonel Drltton, tho officials lu.charpo of the
Pension Uutldlug and to General Itairlson
protesting against the sale of hitoxicatiug
ilquoisat tho ball.
lho bauquet commllteo held a short moot
ing josterday at 4 o'clock aud appointed a
subcommittee consisting ot J. F. Olmstcad,
F. 11. Noyes and W, F. O'Brlca to consider
all tho bids uud report to tho general com
mittee their findings.
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Mr. IIIhIiiu'h Qulot Day.
Mr. Btoluo spent to-day quietly aud tho drlv-
lug rain kept him indoors tho early part of the
day. Ho had a gi eat many callers, hut ho saw
only a few of them aud dented himself tore
porters. 'Jhosuddou change In tho leather had an
unfavorable effect 011 .Mr. Ulalno's health,
which has been none too goijl bIuco tho cam-
llo saw a few callors early In tho day, per
sonal fi lends for tho mot part, aud ho had In
tended to go about the city some this after
After a light breakfast, thouuh.no felt too
111 to go out and ho iciuamedlu his room all
tho rest of the day. It may tic, too, that tho
excitement that must result from tho unset
tied statu of things lu Indianapolis had au un
favorable effect. ,
Several beuators who havo recently becu lu
consultation with. tienoral Horrlsou called nt
tho Richmond last uluht ud had lather
lengtny consultations with tlio Matuo states
man and the news they brought may havo had
a depressing effect. Mr. lllaUio sent word to
all callers after eleven o'clocli that ho could
sco 110 ouo. ,1
Tho result was that wbon Mr. Ulalno got up
this morning ho was III, totf III to leave his
Whether his Illness will present his going to
Indianapolis uoxtwock as hu expected tots
A AllKoreniit'8 Shot,
On Now Year's Day somol miscreant llrcd
luto an Incoming il. it P. trahi near tho mouth
of tho Navy Yard tuunol, The bullet passed
through n window of tho coach, barely grac
ing thu heads of Mrs. Dr. E. A, Adams and
Mrs. Ilirch, who wcio In lho coach, 'lhu
l'cnusjlvaiih Company Is making efforts to
discover who fired tho shot. '
A Muccesstul MluluijHoiixon.
St. I'Ai'i., Mink. Jan. 5. A Helena, Mon
tana, spoclal sajsi Tho records of tho divi
dend paying mines ot Montana for tho last
joar exceed that of any provlous year, 'lho
total amount Was over $.),!)UO,000. It s esti
mated that tho total otitpqt of gold, sliver,
lead and copper mined uf Montana for 'Hie
j car was betweon J3,0OO,00Q nnd $10,000,000,
au hicieasoof $10,000,000 ovar 1W7.
A trade school for colored bojs and girls is
to bo opened In Philadelphia shortly, Tho
bojs will bo taught carpentering aud (ho girls
TIIOUHLE WITH THE NEGROES.
Iteports of ltuco lllllloultlcs In Mloslt
slopl. Nrw Om,EAjjs, Jau.r. A special from
Meridian. Mis., says: In tho neighbor , I
110011 01 lliu Jiyuuiia iii.icc, ewe-ITU imiua
northwest of this city, thoro has been
grcnt excitement since tho Wednesday
after Christmas'. Tho trouble appears to
havo originated from tho bad feoling en
gendered among the negroes of that
locnlltyby tho lynching of he negro who
enteied tho houso ot Mr. Houston at
midnluht nnd attempted to murder one
of tho inmates with nn nx.
Tlio man's llfo was saved only by tho
miscalculations of tho man's friends.
Tho negro was recognized and afterward
hanged. Sluco that time tho negroes
havo been making threats nnd there has
been a bad feeling generally Just prior
to tho holiday's an old negro man re
ported that a consplrley was browing to
kill certain white men in that locality.
This report wns corroborated by over
hearing a conversation bctw eon the neirro
reporting the existence of tho conspiracy
undone IludSpcais, who, it was said, was
a ringleader among tho negroes.
Satisfactory evidence being produced
as to Spears' Intention, nnd his determi
nation to carry out his threat, a p.uty of
masked mon rodo up ro his houso on
Wednesday, tho 20th, and riddled him
with buckshot. Another nogio wdio wns
at Sponrs' hquso was wounded In the
linnd, but mndo his escape. Sluco thnt
time thu while people of that Bcction
havo been foireting out conspirators and
aircsting negroes nnd trying them bcfoio
n justjeo of the peace. Soven negroes
wcro under nrrost ycslerdny, nnd upon
investigation wuro acquitted. A numbor
of men aio still under arms, but things
nro gradually quieting down.
Outrnees by Ohio White Clips,
JuFimiso.N, Ohio, Jan. C A few nights
aco throo or four men visited tho homes of
J. II. Stone and Clark Silvers, living on Glad
Ruu, leaving a Whlto Cap notice. Thursday
night they appeared at Silvers' aud roused him
by throwing bowlders at his bouse. Silvers
procured a doublo-bairclcd shot gun and
fired both barrels Into tho crowd at short
range. Tho loads took effect judglug from
(ho noise mado by tho men whllo lleelng from
Silvers' place. Yesterday, upon examination,
tho ground was found covered with blood.
Stone camo to town jestcrdny and procured a
supply of ammunition, and tats he will bo
prepared to recolvo the Whlto Caps iu good
I'oilofllci) nt Clrnnil Itnplds ltolibcil.
On ami ltAvnw, Mien., Jan. fi. Tho post
ofllco of this city was robbed last night of
about $500 worth of stamps and a box con
taining a number of registered letters. Tho
robbery was ouo of tho boldest pieces ot work
ocr perpetrated here. Thoro Is no rltto to
tho thief. Several thousand ilollaia worth of
stamps and half-a-dozen registered pouches
wcro left undisturbed,
Messrs Walker & AVilsoiii ngents for
"West Ilroolttand," the new subdivision
about which Sitrvoyor Forsyth was called
to task bv tho Commissioners, indig
nantly complain of tho action of Captain
Syiuoiis in tlio matter, nnd charge hhn
with attempting to stigmatize tlio offer
ing ot this property for sajo as an nt
tempt to delude tho public, nnd going
beyond Ills official duties nnd commit
ting nu outrngd on tho rights of a private
Thoy ask: "Why don't ho nsk the
Commissioners to warn tho public
ngulnst buying lots iu nil other sub-divisions
that aro not In conformity with
the streets of Washington r xuey say
that on nccount of thu location of this
pleco of land (14 acres') that it would bo
impracticable to subdivide it in any
other manner. If tho District would
survey the streets through tho property
and pay for tho land taken, tho owners
would be well pleased."
Thoy wcro advised by their nttoinoy
that tliero wns nothing in tho law which
would prevent them fiom subdividing
and selling tho ptoporty wltlmut the np
provnl of the Commissioners. It will bo
n sad day for the liberties of tho peoole,
they declare, when their rights In their
proporty, guaranteed them by the Con
stitution, enn bo trampled on'as proposed
by Captain Bymons. Thoy say thnt thoy
nro surpiised thnt Attorney Itlddlo
should suy that the Commissioners can
prevent tlio election of houses on tho
land. These views havo been embodied
in a letter to the District Commis
sioners. TERMS OF SETTLEMENT.
Chief Arthur nnd tho Conference Com
mlttvo on tho "O" htrllio.
Chicago, Jan. 5. Chief Arthur, of tho
Engineer's Brotherhood, nirlvcd in tho
city this morning nnd took breakfast nt
the Grand Pnciflc. When seen by a
United Press reporter ho wns not inclined
to bo very talkative, Ho said that he
was glad tho "Q" troublo wns settled,
but declared thnt ho could divnlgo noth
ing ns to tlio terms of settlement. It is
snld that tho Chief is moroly pnssing
through Chicago to nttend to somo busi
ness matters in the West.
Later Chlof Aithur was closeted with
members of the Conference Commlttoo,
nnd the tonus of settlement wore for
mally submitted to him for npmoval.
A long discussion ensued which is still
in nroirress. Tho terms of tho truco
J have not yet been mado public, both
sides being unwilling nt present to 111s
It is considered nrobablo. however.
that tho chief point ngiccd upon Is that
the "Q" shall tnko back tho brotherhood.
ni'-n ns fast ns vacancies occur mtiio
ranks and that tho black-list shall ho
done away with, A man who is well ac
quainted with the situation said to-day:
"You mny depend upon it thnt th6 agree
ment about brotherhood mon filling tlio
vacancies means a deal moio than would
nt fUst appear. Vacancies will occur veiy
rapidly during tho noxt two or three
Mlt. (ILADSTONE'3 TUir.
IlU Health Not I.lknly lo tin Improved'
by Itccunt Kventfl.
Loniiok, .Inn. 5. Mr. Gladstone's trip
for health nnd roliof from the nrduoui
strtiffglo in which ho hns been so stron
uously engaged is likely to provo a par
tial fnlluro If ho Is to Tie kept busy deny
ing the fabrications which ids Ingenious
adversaries aro rotitinually inventing
nbout his jilnns nnd dolngajii Italy. Ills
physicians nnd family have In vnln ad
vised him to nbstnln from rending letters
nnd ncwspupuis mid his sojourn In tho
south bids fair lo b anything but one of
One of tho absurd stnrtcs circulated
was to tho effect that it was by his
recommendation that tho Popo recently
sent lo his Irish flock tho presents with
his blessing nnd tho kind letter uccom
pnnylng tliom. It was simply the poleu
tato s most effective mniinor of disprov
ing thu falsehood so effusively published
thnt he had accused the Irlsii peoplo of
preferring tho gospel of I'm noil nnd
Dnvitt to that of pence nnd morality.
In fnct tho n-cess of Parliament np
pears to havo been taken ndvnntngo of
by tho fertllcd braiued gentlomon who
wish to compensate us for the dearth o
ical nows and kindly supply of gossips
with tho sort of items popularly rclegntcd
lo tho marines- Mr. Dnvitt did not tako
the troublo to deny that there wore any
serious differences between himself and
I'nrnell, for no one whoso opinion ho
values would bcliovo the story.
Dultilli Cunt I'iib-pm Mnkn 'irouhlaon tho
St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 5. A Dulutu
special snys: Tho strike of tho laborers
on tho conl docks yesterday assumed a
moro serious aspect. This morning tho
Northwestern Fuel Co. advertised for
mon, and a number rcsp6uded nnd wcro
put to work. Two or three hundred
strikers thereupon proceeded to oust tho
now men, but tho polico blocked tho
way. A lush was mndo by tho strikers,
but whon tw o or three men had 'been
knocked bver by the policemen's clubs
tho ciowil backed off. An unsuccessful
attempt at a compromise was ono of tho
occui rentes of tho day. Tho men bay
they would accept tho reduced pay if
they could bo suro of getting it all tho
time, but claim work is not provided and
that often thoy can only earn 35 or 40
rents a day. A dosson extra policemen
havo been sworn in and nrenOw on duty.
MADMEX llltBAK FOR LIUEKTY.
Inmates of n Crlnilnnl Insnuo Anylutn
Ihulcawir to 1'itcnpo.
AuiimiN, N. Y., Jan. 5. Last night
fivo inmates of tho Criminal Insano
Asylum here mado a despernto break for
freedom. One uttondnnt had been loft in
chnrgo of tho hall, In which were forty
four prisoners. At a fnvornblo oppor
tunity tho fivo men sprang Upon him,
and, in their eagerness to secure his
keys, toro tho clothes from his body.
With the koys tho gang opened tho
doors leading into tho yard. Hero they
encountered another nttendant and
another battlo took plnco. Tho officer
broko his muskot iu pieces over their
bodies. Tlio insnno mon triumphed, but
gained tho open nlr only to bo met by a
third attendant, who fired Into tho gang,
disabling ono of them. This shot
awakened tho other keepers, who, after
a desperate figlit, secured the madmen
nnd returned them to their cells.
Tlio Vermont Murhlo iiiurrln.
llosrox, Mass., Jnu. 4. A now corporation
under tho title of tho Sheldon Mai bio Com
pany, has acquired tho ownership of tho Shel
don, Sherman and Mnuliattan marblo quar
ries. This deal practically places tho control
of tho valuable Vermont quairjlug Interests
In tho houds of but two companies tho Ver
mont Marblo Company bolnj; the only for
mldablo llva 1 of thoSheldou Company,
Wim It Mllclitn,'
Chicago, Jan. 4. Clarence V, (laloy, a
young nowspaper man; connected with tho
Chicago .1uif, committed eutcldo last night by
shooting hlmsalf with a pistol, at his rooms.
On tho marblo top uf his dresser was found a
piitlally written telegram addressed to Miss
DnimiiC. Stcarrs, '-ir.il Dlukson street, St.
Louis, Mo., with tho woidt 1 "I will send
juu " tho writing was uearly obliterated by
blood which had poured upon It.
A (loiioinl Niuusli Up,
Clisr.i:!,cSTi.K, Inp., Jan. O.-j-An cnglno
aud cabooio, fallowing a freight train on tho
Vaudalla Ruad, near Fillmore, jestcrday, ran
Into It, caualug ageueial smash up, aud dolug
great damage." huglneor Dundy wus fatally
Tlio Insurance Company
Is paying for your shoes. Call and got a pair
at greatly reduced prices on account of lho.
Family Shoe btore, U10 Seventh street.
THE TI10UBLE WITH IIAYTI.
Arrival nt Huston of tlio fenlced Solioonor
New York, Jnn, 5, A Timet special
from Boston reports tho nrrlval theio of
tho schooner William Jonos, which was
seized by a Hayticn man-of-war whllo
nttcin pting to mnko n landing nt Connives.
Tlio cnptnln of tho Wllllnm Jones says ho
was sol-ted bj' tho Ilnytlon war ship
Toussnlnt l'Ouvorlure on Octobor 8 una
tnkcu to Port nu-Prlnc6, whoro tho
schooner wns held for ctghten duys,
awaiting the action of tho Haytion Gov
ernment. The Government flnnlly decided to ro
lenso tho schooner, which was tlono nfter
thu payment of $10,000 lu gold, ns nn in
demnity for herdetcntlon.,
Tho agents of the steamship Hnyticn
itepuuuc navo receivou a cnuiegrnm
from Mr. Morse, ono of the owueis of
that vessel, ordering a crow spnt to Port-nu-Piince
to bring the Ilaytlun Republic
to tho United Suites. Thongents say tlio
vessol is still at Port-au-Prince, und dunv
tlio loport that sho wns towed to Santf
ago by tho Galena.
Tlio United Workinuns' Trouble.
Wathuloo, 1a., Jan. 5 Tho troublo be
tween thu two branches of tile order of United
Workmen In Iowa which has ojclsted since
1SS0 seems to bo lu a fair way to be settled, as
tho Supremo Court has sustained tho position
taken by tho original Grand Lodgo that the
order Is an Insurance organization, uut a fia
tcrnal society merely, and that the Supicmo
Lodge Ins no rlcht to ley relict isessments
upon tho supremo henellelary jurisdiction of
Iowa. Tho executtvo committee of theoilgl
11 al Grnnd I.udgo met hcru to-day mid after
canvasslui; the matter adjourned to meet at
Cedar Rapids, January 1(1.
Troublo reared A11111111; Minors,
St. Louis, Jan. D. Information comes
from Emerson, -Mo., ou tho Wabash Westoru,
that serious troublo Is likely to occur tliero
among tho miners. The miners at Kmcrsou,
w hlch Is known as the Rulnck district, aro re
ceiving but fifty cents, whllo those lu thu re
mainder of tho district receive sixty-four, and
fearing that thoy will ho cut tu tho Enter-
sou sculo ot llfty cents, have called tho Kin
erwn; men out. Thoy refuse to cohip out,
and two bundled miners aie iirmcd aud pro
pose 10 lorco mem out. juoousueu is lo.iloa.
An Incendiary's Itevmico,
Sciiuvixii, Nun., Jan. 5. The house 'of
John Craig, a wealthy farmer living six miles
norlli of here, burned yesterday mornlna, to
gether with forty-tluce horses, soventy cattle,
tuentw hogs, a largo amount of fatm ma
chlnery, oats aud hay. The total loss will
reach 0,000, with no Insuranco. Among tho
horses mimed wcro a stallion which cost 3,000
aud soven Kcutucky thoroughbreds. Tho
hhed man has disappeared, lie had somo
troublo with Craig's brother.
JIUEAUY TIMES AT PANAMA-
A Total Hlupunilnn or. Work on tlin Caltnl
Panama (via Galveston), .Tnn. 5.
Grcnt uneasiness prevails heio regauling
canal affairs, as no nows hns boon re
ceived of nny settlement having been,
effected. Work on tho cnnnl is being
lessened dnlly, and its total suspension is
feaied. This would throw thousands of
men out of work, nnd the Colombian
Government, iu anticipation of troublo,
has nddrcssed n clrculnr to tho consuls
fiom foreign countries, protesting ngnlnst
any responsibility being Incurred by it
should the most sevorq measures have to
bo adopted to mulntain order. Tho con
suls nro requested to obtain Instructions
for the transportation of citizens of their
sovcrul countues from tho isthmus in
caso of a total collapse of tho work.
hfliienzlujr thuToxus Western.
Oai-vestos, Tex., Jau. 5. In lho caso ot
tho Farmers' Loan and Trust Company of Now
York vs. tho Toxas Western Hallway Company
(whoso road Is now operated by a receiver),
Judgo Aloxandcr Moormin of tho United
States Circuit Court yesterday Issued a final
deerco of foreclosure, lhe decree provides
that should tho defendant fall at tho end of
thirty dajs from tho dato of tho decreo to pay
luto tho court, for tho bcncllt of holders of Its
debentures and mortgaco bonds, the neces
sary umonnt to pay tlico defaulted obliga
tions, then tho property shall bo sold.
Lumbermen llrotiMm; Camp.
St. Paul, AIinv,, Jan. 5. The lumbormen
In tho Northwest aro breaking up I heir camps
aud giving up business for tho whiter. Tho
Globe's special correspondent at Dulutu says
that In all directions lumber camps aro pro
pal ing to break up. There Is no suow, and It U
Impossible to work, and lumbermen aro gou
orally discouraged. Twenty camps at Tower
Minn., have afrcody been closed and full.
400 men have been thrown out of employ
Wanner1 New Opnrn I'rndiicud.
New Ym.ic, Jan. 5. Wagner's "Rhelngold"
was produced at tho Metropolitan Opera
Houso last ulght. Thu audience was meas
ured by tho capacity of tio hulldlug. Tho
appicclatlon aud euthuslasm over tho strik
ingly unique plcturos of thestago aud the poli
cial applause woro very marked The pei
fonners wero repeitedly called at the finish as
well as at tho tutenulsslou. Thu representa
tion throughout was an excellent oue.
FINANCIAL AND I'OMMEIUUAL.
A City Under .Mmtliil Law.
KamhsCitv, -Mo,, Jan 5, Tho following
has bcuu received by tho Kansas City 7'uiiei
from Purcell, 1. T.i "Spiluger Clty,Oklahoma,
a city ot 3,000 people, Is under uiaitlal law.
Thu .Major and city treasurer have gotio away
aud tho United States army orders all citizens
toleae. Purcell Is ouir run with fugitives
from tho promised land."
Collapso of 11 ft to oh Cniiljiiuiy.
I-iVEitrooi , Jau. 5. lho shares uf tho ulec
tilo sugar icflulug eonipauy havo now fallen
to DO shillings. Warrants havo boon Issued
for thu arrest ot Mr, Howaid and Mrs.
l'liynuiiiter McCluro'n Murder,
Wii.ki.1 liAiiBE, Va , Jmi, 5.--Red Nosed
Whlto, arrested for the murder of Pajmastor
Mut'lurc, has mado a ttatemeut Implicating
TU ClileiiEo .Market.
CniCAno, Jan. D. Opening, 0,30 a. m.:
Wheat Maj., t.OIJQl.05. Corn-Jan., 3JJJ
Fob., oil; May, 30j. Oats May, 37J. l'oik
May, 1!I25. Lard Jan., $7.40; Feb., $7.42 J;
Maicb, $7,471; .May, $7,574. Short Ribs-Jan.
40.75; .March, iO.S71; May, ffi.071.
Tho Wlisllllictoll StnolM.
Miscellaneous Houds W. A O. U. It.. 108;
Masoule Hall Ass'u. 100; Wash. -Market Co.,
115; Inland Si Seaboid Co., ; Wash. Unlit
Infantiy, 1st, Ol; Wa-sh. l.Isht lntantrv. 2d,
50; Wash. a I.lclit Co., 131; Wusu. lias
National Hank Stocks Hank ot Washing
tou.ilOO, Ilauk ot KepubllQ, 17.V, Metropolitan.
200. Central, 300; Secoud. 140: Fanner' aut
Mechanics', Ilk'; CllUeus', 135, Columbia,,
Railroad Stocks Washlnnton and lioorire
towu, 300; Metropolitan, 100.J; Columbia, Ul;
Cop. A. North O St.. 34. Anaeostla. 10.
lusurauce Stocks l liemen's. DO; Franklin;
40; Metropolitan, 70; Natloual Union. 19,
Arlluglon, 100; Corcoran, 00; Columbia, 131;
UeriuauAineilcan.lSO: Potomac, 05; Rlggs, 8.
(ius and 1-leclrio Llejht Stocks Washington
Gas, 40i; Georgetown (las, 41); V. S. Elocttlo
Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 33; Chesa
peake A l'otumac, 78J.
Miscellaneous Stocks Washlnutou Market
Co., 10: Washlustou UrlcK Machine (.0 . 100;
Natloual 1'iess Hrick Co., , Great Falls lea
Co., , Hull Run Panorama Co, 30. Roal
Estate Title Insurance Co,, 115; Columbia,
Title Insurauco Co., CI; Natloual Sato De
posit Co.,; American (Jraptiopuouu Co.
l.orul Wi'ntlior Indleutlnns.
llcniy rains nud warmer, followed by fair and
colder; winds eucouilu.- northwesterly.