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culation faster than all the other
dally papers In tho District of
TIT CIUTItTB circulation la Lx
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WASHINGTON, I. 0., TUKSDAY KVKNHNJ, .IANUA1SV Sflf J 887.
iMtiois two oi:xts.
Nominations Sent to tha Senate by
TUB PRESIDENT'S CALLERS.
cnt of Interest In ft nit About tlio
Tie President Ins sent the following
nominations to tbo Senate:
Thomas II. Connery of New York, to bo
Secretary of Legation to MctIco.
Wllltsra Heed Lewis of I'cnnsjlvanla, to
le Consul at Tangier.
Her. William F. Hubbard of New York
end llev. Henry BwlCt of Dakota, to bo
Postmasters John K. 15a nta, Munclc,
Ind., ana Arron F. Voider, Whitehall, III.
Decllno of Bllvor Circulation. Tho
silver dollar circulation la now declining
xerv rapidly the return el these coins
dslly to the Treasury being far In excess of
me amount issued.
Courtesies to Distinguished For
olKneis. The Karon Bulllero and Com
wandant d'UlIraann, two distinguished
Frtnch gentlemen, who have been at the
AtllnEtou for tho past week, were this
morning privately received by tho Presl
dent. Tho New rive-Dollar Certlflcated.
The Treasury Department has rucclvod the
first Impressions of the new Ave dollar silver
certiorate. It has a portrait of President
(front on Ita face, and ou tbo hack a croup
of live Mirer dollars. The back Is the roost
at tlatlc 3 et produced by tho Ungravlug Bu-
An Army Post Abandoned. Camp
Medicine Butte, Wyoming, which was
established In 18S3 at tho time of tho Chinese
miners' troubles and massacre there, has
been ordered to bo abandoned, and the
garrison (Company I), Seventeenth ln
fantry), Is ordered to Fort David A. Russell,
Local Patents Issued. The foFowIng
patents have been Issued to Washing
loLlons: Necktie or cravat fastening, to
James K. Cleary; flushing tank f or w&tsr
closets, to Horace J. Frost; Arc escape, to
Frederick I.andgraf; streetcar, to l F
Milllgan; garment supporter, to Henry A.
Callers at tbo White llouso. The
President's callers to-day, before the Cabi
net meeting, were Senator-elect Far well,
Senators Stanford, Kenna and Gray, Repre
sentatives Fdlsberry, White. Outhwalte
Guides, AdAms, Illinois; Moffat, King,
Tucker, Lo Fevre, fcejroour, ltrown, law
ler, Henley, Vlele, Bunnell, Uwen, Judge
David Tarbell, Ohio, and Assistant Land
Ccmmt66loucr Stock el age r.
Discrimination Against Veterans.
A reporter of The Critic called on Civil
Service Commissioner Edgerton to day In
icgardtotho complaint that veterans were
si roost Invariably certified to Inferior posl
tlocf. Commissioner Kdgcrton said; "This
is a very foolish complaint. Tho 1751th
section of the llcvlsed btatutcs savs that
jcrsots honorably discharged shall have
tho preference, and sectlou 7 of the Ch II
fccrvlce Act specially reserves this right to
those to whom it belongs. Now, If a sol
dier passes only tbo limited examination. we
can only certify him to tho highest position
tow bleu that examination woutd entitle
lilm, viz., 'jUOO; but If he passes a general
examination, we invarlablv certify biin for
ono of tho highest positions. But you
must remember ttedo not appoint, we only
DISTRICT GOVERNMENT NEWS.
1 HI! E1J MONTH-' I'OMCE WORK.
Major Moore has submitted his report to
the Commissioners for the quarter ending
December 31, lSbO. The total number of
arret ts w as 5,100, of which 720 were females.
Thei e w ere SOJ males and l.VJ females under
iiOjeora of age arrested. Of tho 5,103 per
eots arrested, 2,044 were married and 3,001
were unmarried, bomo of tho principal of
f i nits for which tho arrests were made were:
Affray, 142; assault, W, assault and battery,
13; assault to kill, SI; bigamy. 3; f n toxica
tlou, 1,213; drunk and disorderly, 217; mur
eUr, 4; profanity. 20; vagrancy, 27J;
threats, 121; petit larceny, 2 IS; cruelty to
Fines were paid by 231 United States
pilsoncrs, amounting to $lt9l 52; 8(1 wcro
i CLt to Jail and (1 appealed, 50 hold for tuts
cram! jury , 215 cases were nolle prosequi e 1,
1 ) District prisoners, amountlngto$4,0t i 75,
7 aprealed, 374 were sent to tha workhouse,
1,655 were dismissed, and 195 wero nolle
proicriuled. Hie amount of stolen proper!)
recovered and turned over to owners was
S2.i.2S; turned over to property clerk,
1 X H)I ICKMAN COIX'd KEQLCST IlEFtsEll
Fjc-Pollccman N. H, Cole writes tbo Com
rchsloncrs that he was tried by tho Police
TiIjI Board and deprived of bis position on
tie force on tho statement of Policeman
i-ttntttan, who swore that he (Cole) struck
1 lui. Colo now says bo can prove to the
CtiiimUtfnntrs' satisfaction that bo did not
stiike Sebastian, and that If elveu an op
porluultv be can show that he was unjustly
elepilved of bis position. 'Ihe Commit
ttcntrs reply that, balngbadtbo beocllt
(t cce trial, they decline to reopen the
a nuiDisn nooM.
Tte present good weather has opened up
U building season, and there was quite a
boom In building to day, Tho ltulldlng In
sprctcr Issued permits for the erection of
buildings as follows: 11. A. Hall to erect a
two-stoi) brick dwelling at the southwest
corm-r of Fifteenth and P streets to cost
J5,GC0; J. K. Knight, erect two framedwelt
frgs on litth street, between L and M
6lrccta southeast, 1,500; Ueorge lU)bold,
erect three frame dwellings on H streot, be
tween Thirteenth and Fourteenth streets
southeast, $2 r00; Dennis Edwards, erect a
duelling on M street, between Fifth oud
blxth streets northeast, 1,000; D. U.
lroff, erect a private stable In rear of 2010
Fourteenth street, $700; A. J. Fischer, erect
u framo carpenter sbon on L street, be
tween South Capitol and Half streets south
east, 250; G. Itajbold, erect a framo dwell
IngouH street, between Thirteenth and
Fourteenth streets southeast, $oo; W, F.
gpjder, erect a framedwelllog on Fifteenth
Mrtet extended, H.000.
Kent I!atnt Transferred.
A. F. Fox, trueteo, has convened to
Matthew A, lisdel, fur $4 500, suli-Iot 57,
triuare 8'jO, on U, between Eighth and Ninth
Charles Madcs ct nl , executors, bavo
transftrnd to AnatdtU Patten, for $13,000,
ftib-lot21, squardOl, at the Intersection nt
Massachusetts acuue, Tuenty-llrst aud Q
Mary A, Norr has boucbt of John McL.
CuiU(l,forfl2,(KiO, sublet 100, snuaro Hu
u P, betweeu Seventeenth and Ltghtccuth
JuHiIrt IVinpi'rod Wltli Slerrs-.
"Well, I declare," exclaimed Mrs. McS 11
llgeu, tlt one of those Chicago Anarchists
Isn't going to bo man led. 1 think It's a
Sodol," replied her hushind; "I think
I t cliir I" piiiithliinent enough for blm."
ECCIAL AND SEMI-SOCIAL.
Allhcugb Mrs. tie vet and did not reach
tbo While House till late this morning, on
her return from tho Charity Ball In Balti
more, ibe was prompt at noon In tbo Green
Parlor, looking ory pretty, In a combtna
tlongownot navy bluo foulard silk, with
paneled front of garnet velvet and a Jacket
ed ectu llusslan laco. Tho garnet velvet
neckband was pinned to the sldo by n
putty round cameo. Miss Sternberg of
Buffalo, N. Y,, a school friend of Mrs.
CIeelaod, who only arrived an hour or so
pre ions to the reception, assisted her In re
etlvlnc. Sho wore dark blue satin and vel
vet. The parlor was unusually crowdel,
chlcCy strangers, among whom v. ere aevernt
cw Vorkcrs, who wcro especially wel
comed. Mrs. John Sherman, Commodore
and Mrs. Harmony, Miss Janle lllggs, Ad
miral and Mrs. ordco. Miss Audenrcld,
who presented Mrs. Cleveland with her
corsage bunch of valley lilies; Mrs.
O'lleilly, Miss Tucker and Mrs. NordhofT
n ere among the (alters. A pleasant Incldont
of the afternoon was the presentation by a
little toddler of a bunch of lilies of tho vat
Icy to Mrs. Cleveland alter first presenting
a tiny card bearing ber name. Tbo little
caller wore a corduroy walking suit, mile
draco Oreenawaj sljfe, aud a large Gains
borough hat. When she presented the
flowers Mrs, Cleveland exclaimed: "On,
you little darling," anil stooped down aud
Listed bT, white all about the Ureeu Ujoin
echoed tho tenttment.
Mrs. Cleveland Is enthusiastic over the
pleontie afforded her bj tbo ball last night.
As has been stated she wore ber wedding
gown, with au elaborate garniture of white
oilcb plumes on the waiit. Shu wore her
diamond necklace aud carried a feather fan
of white Plumes. Sho was presented with
four baudeome bouquets, only ono of which
presented by the lady managers a bu,;o
bouquet of pink roses, tied by a long satin
rlblon which ebo brought bomo with her.
Mr. und Mrs. (loodjear, Mr. and Mrs
Slcsid, Marshal and Mrs. U llson, and
Misses Manning, F.ndlcott, Vilas, Lamar
atd llson accompanied tbo President and
Mrs. Cleveland by her Invitation. Ibo ex
cltcmcnt attending ber presence Has so
great that a bush almost amounting to
awe greeted the first glimpse of her as she
entered the ball room, and then came a
loud burst of applause. In tho private box,
as well as on the floor, she was continually
aurtounded with tbe handsome youuc ladles
and their escorts who were presented. The
scene was an especially brilliant and effect
The gerraan given last night by Senator
Mcpherson's wlfo to ber guests, Miss Medlll
of Chicago and Miss Dillon of Now York,
was a handsome oue, and was attended by
a large company of tho joung friends of
lids popular hostess. Mrs. Mcpherson's
bouse, which Is so well adapted to enter
talnlcg, was all thrown open for the com
pany, tbo receiving party standing near the
enhance to tbo front dranlng-ioom, tho
middle aalon and tho dining room al-
i oil. lug forming tho ball room.
Irs. McPherson's dress was of black
tulle, with elaborate steel garniture on the
waist. Miss Dillon wore white tulle with
silver trimmings on Ihe waist aud lo-v neck
bodice of silver cloth; Mlas Medlll wjre
black tulle, with the frontcoverud with peu
dauteold balls and embroidered ttoIJ gauze;
MtssMattle Mitchell wore pink tulle striped
with jink ribbon;. Miss W eat, pink tutlaiul
sath of pink moire; ber sisters, similar
drieecaot .white tulle garlanded with dif
ferent flowers, lblity couples danctd the
cotillion, which began late, led by Dr.
Uulb. 'Ibe favors were very choice, Includ
Ing handsome feather ornaments, French
flouer favors and mandolins, and for the
men there wero cigarettes, boutounleres and
Mmo. Kukl's reception Ust nhzht was a
very beautiful event, attracting, us It did,
such a cholco assemblaco of the diplomatic
aud social people. Mr. Kukl stood with
bis wire to rccehe, and they bad the further
assistance of Mrs. Carter. Miss Kukl, tho
niece of the Minister; Mrs. Bryan, Miss Van
Wyck and Miss Loverlog. Miss Vitas was
also asked to receive, but had to decline,
owing to the engagement to attend tbo
Charity ball. Tho gentlemen of the Lega
tion were assiduous In promoting the pleas
ure of all their guests. Mmo. Kukl wore
light peach blossom corded silk,
w 1th hamlome panels aud trim
mings of Japancso embroidery on
pale green crepe, fine lace adorned the
front of tho waist; Mrs. Carter wore amber
satin and moire, with point lace flounces;
Mrs. Brjan wore Ivor -tinted satin and
point flounces; Miss Lovcrlug, gold colored
satin and bunches of scarlet flowers; Miss
Van Wjck, chenille dotted gauze, and Miss
Kukl, white crepe, caught Mltu pink
now er sprays anu pinic riouon Knots; -imo.
Ciotnez, whito tulle and moire ribbons; Mme.
llomcro, gendarme blue satin, with front
of waist and skirt trimmed with rich lace.
Ibo entlro Diplomatic Corns wcro present,
and to mention the list of thoio wuu eu
joed the hospitality of mu .lupine Le
ttutiuti would bu but to name tbo most popu
lar people fn society.
Ibo wlfo of Lieutenant Dm all went to
Baltimore .iciterday to visit relitlvei there
Mrs. Duval), to tho General regret, baa been
able to po nut but lillle this whiterowlug to
ber tjes which arc Irritated by the bu.it and
Senator and Mrs. John hbenniu's even
leg reception latt night was another of the
cw Hue parties which claimed a sbaro of
Miss Doremus, w ho has been Miss Beach's
guest, Is now In Ball I more vlsltlog friends.
1 ho honored guests at the Charity Bill
hi llultlmore lust night were the President
ond patty, who arrived from Uahlngtouat
0 25. 'I tie purl) e onslsted of President and
Mrs. Clevelaud, Colonel and Mrs. Latuout,
Marshal und Mis. Wilson and Miss Wilson,
Mr. and Mrs. ClooJjeor, Mr. and Mrs
Slcatd, tHeretaty and .Mrs. F.ndlcott and
Miss Vilas, Mltses Manning and Lamar.
lie tun from this city was niado In exuetly
one hour. Ibo visitors were at once driven
to tLo Academy of Music, where a mighty
cheer was raised by tbo crowd that bud
gathered when the party was rcco,rnlcd.
At a quarter past 10 the ball opened with a
grund piomenade, ltd by tho President and
Mrs. John A. Hamblcton, Itobett (larrett
and Mrs. Cleveland Ibe promenade was
followed by an informal reception by tho
President and Mrs. Clctclaud. Tbo toilets
w orn w ero of unusual elt gnnco. Mrs.
Clevelaud )Ietdcd to tbo wishes of friends
and wore her wedding dress.
By tho courtesy of John B. Carsou, gen
eral manager of the Louisville, New Al
bany and Chicago llallroad, Mr. and Mrs.
Caton, Mr, and Mrs. IVUyand Mrs Sam.
Medlll of Chicago and Mrs. Charles Bryan
of this tlty went over to Louisville In a pri
vate car, and while there wero entertained
In handsome stylo by Mr, Wilson Barrett,
ou Saturday evening.
Mrs. Secretary Lamar receh cs to-morrow
afternoon, assisted by Miss Lamar, Mrs.
Lamar, jr., and other ladles.
Mr. and Mrs. (loodjear and Mr. and Mrs,
SIcardleft the Wblu House this morning
for their homes In Buffalo. Sir, and Mrs.
(loodyear contemplato spending the rest of
the winter traveling In Florida, and may bo
again at tbo Wblto House before spring.
Miss Sternberg, who Is now Mrs, Cleve
land's guest, will remain with her for ten
dais. To morrow night, Miss Klngsford of
Oswego, N. Y a )ouogladv, will Jolu her.
Both arc especial friends of Airs. Cleveland,
but are1, themselves, unknown to cacti
Ibe bull at the Chinese Legation this
euiilniMiof au entirely pilaiu character,
clwn by ttm Minister to bU person 0
friends In U pshlnetou, aud ouly those hold
ing Invitations will bo received,
4'lty Unit AotfN.
Fllcn Owen, widow, by ber will Hied
with tbo lEtgUter toduj, leaves her ptop
erlj to ber relatives,
l'obcrt Morrison, trustee of Samuel
Blcdgett, Jr., claiming under the Uludjutt
estate, has entered suit ogtfluat Chaitus 11,
aLd Mai) l Crocln aud John A, William,
for possession of tbo prrintafa on Pcnutyl
oula avenue, near Fifteenth, street, and
dnmrges froiti the tluidlu 10, when the
tight was set up.
IN CONGRESS TO-DAY.
The Woman Suffrage Amendment
Called Up in the Senate.
PROCEEDINGS OP THE HOUSE
The It hud o Inland Contested Klectlon
GENERAL CAPITOL NOTE3.
Hon. ClinrleslJ. Tarwell of Illinois
took llic unlli of ollke mul nwimcd his
duties ns L'nltcil States Bcuator this
Mr, Halo's credentials for Ihu full
term, Lcgltitilog March I, were pre
stntedby lilscollcntte, Mr. Frye, and
placid on le. Mr. AMion presented
the conference report on the Army Ap
piopriallon bill. The total amount ip
proprlalcd In tho bill Is ,721,713.
Mr. Hawlcy took this opportunity ol
Inquiring as to the status of tho Turlb
Illation Appropriation bill
Mr. Dawes explained lint scleral
nu euugs ot the conference committee
bad been beld.uud that there was some
pruspitt that In some shape there
would be au iijmement at an i ally day.
The dilTerentes which existed appeared
to be radical. They seemed to ue be
twnn doing nothing and appropriating
flioorelx millions to begin tho work.
There seemed to be a lack of coufldcnco
on the part of some of the House con
ferrees In those who would haotu
execute the law. Tha lonfercnco re
rort on the Army Appropriation bill
was then agreed lo.
The conference report on tho bill
providing for allotment of lands In
severalty to Indians on the various
reservations, and to extend the nroten
tbn of tho laws of the United States
and of the Territories o cr the Indians
was submitted. Debate ensued, during
which Sir. Dawes explained Hint mulct
tho bill ns soon as tho ludMduil
Indian took up his nllotment he was to
haic a palent, which pitent would be
held by the !o eminent for twenty
fitc years, at the end of which lime he
vns to get o patent In fee. The con
fdtnee report nas aimed to.
i-cnator Coll again secured consider
allon of his resolution In refcrenco to
riotldn land grants and the discussion
continued null 2 o'clock, when Sena
Kr Illalr noted to lay aside the uu
IhiUbcd business nnd take up the Con
stllutlon.it amendment to confer suf
frnjju upr.n wonun. He called for the
Jens and nays, so as lo put tho Sena
tors cu ucord before their nu llcnt o of
w mu an sulTraglsls. and the motion
pux&tlcd by 2j lo 10, ns follows:
Xtns JUsr?. Beck. Il'nlr, Bowen. Brown,
Ilutler. Cull, t bene), ronuer, J il,i. Hurts,
lurwell, 1 rye llulo, Man Urn, lliwley. ?lan
dirnni, Mltiltclldf LircKun, Muirill, I 'aimer,
flati, ritinil) l!uiioin, blicriiun, Wililann
m d wllxouW luwa.
Nuys Mt-pi. Berry. Dliukburn, Cockrcll.
Ccltt. 1. 1 1) rite, CIIikoi), (irnr, .lone if Ai Kan
sas. UMIi)hii. Moipun. 1'iTiie, I'ujli, biluli'
buiy, XtM.WnltbalL and Wflllim.
Mr. ltrown then took the lloor lu
faor of woman sultrage.
The Secretary or "War sent to the
Speaker to day, with hl& d'sapproal,
a petition by enlisted men, asking that
Ihe act authoilzlng a retired list for
prlatcs and non commissioned o Ulcers
be amended so as to reduce tho period
of service to 25 years.
Mr. Lawlcr obtained unanimous
consent that the letter of Admiral Por
ter, addressed to himself on tho subject
of naval reconstruction, be printed In
tho Record t
Tho House Elections Committee bav
lnc submitted two renorts In the ron-
tested election case of I'age s, I'lnc
from llhodo Island, one dechrlug tuc
Hem uiniit and tiiu iulu in favor ot
the hitting uieiubei, tho cisc ffm taken
up for iHHm&lon, and will prnbibly
oicupy the attintlon of the House the
remainder of the afternoon.
TUG EIFtTOltil 10VT nil 1.
IbePresMent has received the L'lectoral
CouLt bill, but has not yet received tha
Interstate Commerce bill or acted upon the
Mexican Pension bill.
bENATOIl FAUWIII.'S UltlAI.
tenator Vurwell ot Illinois has arrived In
J bo elt j, aud paid his respects to tho Presl-
ueiii 10 eu,
IIOISL, DISTI1ICT COMMITTEE.
At tbo meeting of tho House District
CommUlcc to-day favorable reports were
ordered ou the bill to Incorporate tbo Na
tlonal Safe- Deposit Company; atso tbo bills
for an additional Justice of the District tu
prime Couit, a reporter for tho Dlstilct
courts and a compilation of thu Dlstilct
1 be bill lo regulate tbo sale of liquor lu
the District was considered aud postpoued
to the next mectlrg.
tuc lAsrEitN muMir niuiu.c.
eualor logalls today presented tho me
morial recently adopted at a hubs meeting
of cltlzchs In favor of the bill for a bridge
acrp&a me i.asiern itraucu,
in tanou or roriLAH Mrrueoc.
Senator Plumb to day presented a peti
tion In favor of a popular otclu this Dis
trict on tbo question of prohibitum. In
nrcEenlluir It be said that be was beartllv In
favor ol this proposition aud of all others
looking 10 popular suurage in mis uisuict.
Ho believed that the National Capital ahoul I
alToid the most pel feet example of tho suc
cess aud beneficial operations ot renublt
can popular government. He believed It
would be to the relief of Congress aud the
beuellt of the city to confer upon tho peo
ple oi euc 1'isirici tue rim oi suurage.
C. lit Lb' IIBIOUM SCHOOL,.
A bill was Introduced In the House jes
terdoj to Incorporate a District Heform
Bcbool for Girls. It la an Institution that Is
much needed, as there Is no place but the
workhouse to which girls can bo sent who
are convicted ot crimes. Tbo Incorporators
are Judge bbellabarger, District Attorney
Worthiucton, Major Morgan, Professor
Bell, Wiu. C. Dodge, Adrian Huntington,
0 (i. Staples and James ritch. The bill
was referred. It U desired toobUlu un up
Men mid .Mttnnrr In llolh Kraut lift
rlbe lalebt candidate for IIMuoc1va seat In
lie House Is llowaid 0. tth.te, principal
owner cf the Syracuse itinlnt, a ueillh)
mou and a son in-law of St.ua tor Sawjcr of
Wbcutirlu. It Is siild that Mr HUcock
wfd ntfgn his election to the llouso of the
Fiftieth Congress ver soou, so that the
ucnncy can bo filled at a special election.
Ibe Itandall Democrats Interested In the
fuiiuatlon of a bill to reduce the revenue
lomple-tul tbetr work last night, luo bill
spioudbytbo committee hi a caucuiat
tbo Capitol embraces conslJerablo portlom
of the Hew lit and Kaml.ill bills, tho Inter
nal rcveiue riductloiifl reteiitly a a red
t)jon and adds lumbrr. Jute, etc , to tho
lice list aud reduces the duties ou metals,
A subcommittee ot the llouso JulIcUr)
Committee has commenced to heir argu
merjlsln favor of the appropriation for the
Eroj oecd frceilmeu's exposition to Ala
The Benito finance Commllteo proposes
to take un for consideration as promptly as
possiblo the funding bills In refcreoco to
National bank-note circulation.
It cannot be ascertained that there Is the
slightest foundation for the rumors of a
disposition on the parted tho President to
veto the Interstate Commerce bill,
Comptroller Trtnbolm and Treasurer
Jordan spent the greater portion of today
at the Ca Mol before tho Senate Finance
Committee regarding national bank matters.
Mr, Illsooclt of New York, who returned
to bis scat In tho House today, was the
rtclIent of waim congratulations from bis
The Speaker this morning signed the
Interstate Ooirmcrco bill.
It la not thought that the District Appro
prlatlon bill will provoke any protongod
discussion or serious opposition In the
In tbo coutcsk'l eleitbm ase from
Bin ilu bland the uiaji rlly nf tho commit
tte n ports tbo scat vj'itil. Tne minority
ripottthst t'iice, Ibe sitting member, was
Oie tjf tbeSenntc trnllerles Is occupied
tl'U ftltirrnou 1 delegates to the Woman's
dulTraae Association, to hear the debate
ii((n the proposed amendment to tho
Const It ut ion.
Senator Morgan Introduced to day a bill
to transfer tbo Signal Service to the control
of the Agricultural Department.
Senator Piatt has reported favorably a bill
for the relief of William M. Brjant of this
city by the extension of a patent.
Senator Vitnco todav Introduced a bill
for the relief of the bisters of thu Hoi)
2 in: ci:u:mtATWx or ismk
Tha 1IIH Introduced by Itepreonta
Iteprcsentfttlvo Townshend yesterday
Intioduced tho following bill regtrdtng
the celebration of the centennial of the
adoption of the American Constitution,
which was referred to the Commiltce
on Foreign Affairs :
AlitL to irovlde fora joint celebration by
thuvlxteen Arncllcuu re'piibllei, on the-ltfi
or .Mareb, efirlitecn ImtidrcilandelKhtr idnn,
in Imndrof the one lnuidrcdth nunlvcrmry
of the c utistltutluii cf tho parent Uepubllc,
tie Lnltva Mules.
II fittta Die fourth of March, rljrtiteen bun
ilred nntl eighty nlnu, will bu tho ono bun
tmdth nnnlicrsary of thu Cnntltitllou of tli-)
United btates and tbo date of tbo luaujt i ra
tion of tho next President ot thU ltepiiblk;
11 (, the fifteen Spanldi-Ameilcin ro :
t ulttksltave tongreater or lest extent taken
till' t'OilMltllllullut llitf I'lllliU buitilli IJJ
muetvl of their uinunlo lawj; tlt-rcritra
J!titttiactti.t.tlct That In ird r in tieparo
fe r nn sppropi late cclobrat lull ot Ibis snut hh
le rlc ceQt, tbo President ed ibo t nlto.1 NtatiM
be.iind In) is lnuby. mitlidillhtid retpieiUM
tolnito tlie 1'retl li'tiis utnl l likf Jutticei nf
Iho 1 fieon hpuilli Amerknu republloi
tii-melr. Mexltei, eiuaUmala Nlciramu.t'tnt.i
IfUii, i-uhailitr, Honduras, tno I ulted htali i
if i'oloinblu. Veno7iioli. Ilollvln lVru Cblll
IriiRtiav, riirntomy, K(.uu1tir. nn I tho Awn
ttm- ItLpublle, t ilt Wmlitiuton on tin)
roiirihot Manh. I'esn.tuid loin w.ib thol'ieib
ilt nt of tlio I lilted Mate, the Sen itu und
lloureef Itepresentnlhi'i, tbo.Iiistkes of tLu
Miiititio CVimi. und otbeis wlin may iu In
vited, in mltublo iuemohli"m honor of uali
. i?. Thnt for tbo purpoo of maktn nde
quate- piepurntlons foi Mild celt hi at Ion a
(ommlfcbloiiof nine members, to bu known as
IhulunatltutUmal Centeiinbu C'ominlsbm, Is
hereby authorized to bo appointed afollaw
Tliteo liy ttioPnaldtntof the Lulled Mutes,
tbreo by the President of tlio r-emtc, aim
llueeby the hpjikir of tho llouioof Kcprc
wntiitht". wbleli cmiimNKluu i-hill bm
eliai co of tbo pre paratloni for nnd ceremonies
of said celebration.
Me. a. 'J bat the sum of Sioo.ono, nut of nuj
im ncr In the 'treasury of the Unite 1 Mates
not otherwise disposed of, bo, and 1 hereby,
u loirluted.or ho much thereof a in iy bo
liettBsjry, and i1accd to tbo eieilltof the
Meretar) of tbo'lYeusury to defray In a in.iii
tcr be cumins thodlmilty of tbo LnltotMatei
t!u txttc'iiHts Incident to tbo celeBratlm of
M-e 1. 1 hit said oininliln slatt from
Hn.i1(itln-.ur('iort directly totbuPteddeiit
if He I tilled Matet.
In Coucri'iM VcMterdnv.
Senators Edmunds, Hoar, Morgan and
others continued the debate on tho bill
authorizing tbo President to retaliate by
excluding Canadian vessels from our ports.
When a vote was reached at 0 30 tbo bill
was passed by 4d to 1, Senator Kiddle
berecr casting the only negative vote.
In tho llouso tbo KUer aud Harbor bill
vvua uKeu up nnd debated without action.
'j in: T.u:ntoxi: casks.
roll. I of l)lnite in tho Appeitl to
the Supremo Court.
The telephone case1 which were be
guu jesterday in the U, S. buprcme
Court ute us lullowi .
I Arr.eis i: Polhi'-tr mil others Appoil
fit in tbo ( In tilt Couit fvi the Motrictol liu
II 'J be .Molecular Te'cpbono C'orrpany au I
i llirf -I torn ihu elrc nit limit for tlu oitU
el li DlKlrletof New York
III 'II Clay Cutimurilil Telephone Com
I nit) tiiidctleiit i ruin the Ctiemt Court fur
tie tturti DHlikt of l'cu'iylMintj
l 'Ibo 1'eoplu'a 'J tk phono Coinjnny nut
ot) no -iom mo c in nit C'uiut foi tho
M ml tin I'lstrlet of New ork
. ili8 tivtriund 'leli phono Company ant
oilers lroi.i the fluult Court for the
'I I t'l-H ltl (4 Kill II Vllltri if iihociIh fiom tlio
i r'i iliuun ts liMvbkb tho hell patents of
Mm i b 7 Hi, and January 0, I3TT, baru been
fl he principal subjects of controversy
In all of these cases wero tho meaning
ii nd construction of thu Hell patent, the
nuc&tion what a speaking telephone U,
tho comparison of the Invention set
forth in the Hell patent with tho previ
ous state or art, and particularly with
what Is know u as the Ifcls telephone,
and thu meaning and scope of Mr
Hell's claims on which the ls9uo of In
frlugement turns. 'Ihe litigation has
given rise to records containing thirty,
live or forty volumes of evidence and
arguments. There ure twenty volumes
of record now before this lotirt, con
talnlng nearly 15.0U0 printed pages, be
sides olumtnous briefs.
Among thu distinguished counsel In
terested In thoBuits arc Mr. Dickerson,
the leading attorney for the Hell Com
pany; Mr. Authouy lollock, ono or Mr.
Hell's original ultornevs, t'lmuney
tJinllhandMr. Blorrow of lloston.for
tho Dolbcnr Cfc, Canstcn llrovvn and
.1, K. Muynadler, lu tho Molecular
case, Grosvenor T I.owrey and Y. II
IVekham of New York In the Over
land case, Charles 1. Crosby, and In
tho Chy Commercial case, W. lver
of 1 httiidelphla. The Dratvbaugh case
Is represented by Judcc Lvsamler Hill
of Chlengo, l)on 31. iMcklnsou of
illchlgau and Senator IMmunds.
J. Yu JIaynadlcr, for Ihe Dolbear
Company, opened tho argument this
aflcmoiin. lie will be followed to day
by Winder II. Teekham, representing
ll'ioMoltrular Company, aud Lysander
Hill, for Drawbattgh. "
A Hlioit Cut HutfucHied
Mtfs M aud Howe thinks that women
ought to le permitted to voto for super
intecdent of stieets In order to protect their
sklrtafrom a mud bath. In tbo meantime,
however, It might be In tbo lluo ot common
sense lo shorten the sklrtsa llltlo. Omaha
vVomcn love a brave, rosuly fellow, but
judging from tbo records of the divorce
court tho) General ly marry soma other chap,
Philadelphia Chronicle Herald.
'HIV. UQVOIt TllMVW.
The HtitteiiitMit l'lt-purm! bj ttm IHt
Tlic Commissioners this afternoon
sent lo the fniinte their response to
the resolution calling upon them to re
port the number of persons licensed to
sell intoxicating liquors, wholesale or
retail, In tho District, tlio talc of 11.
cense charged arid the authority under
which Ihcy have been granted.
The Commissioners siy tho licenses
aro Issued under the general provisions
of Ihe acts Imposing a ti on trade?,
businesses nnd professions In tlic Pis
trlct of Columbia; that these lawsmtkc
a distinction between wholesale dealers
in distilled and fermented liquors and
bar-rooms, sample rooms and tippling
houses, tbo tax ou them being fWed at
2." and 100, respectively.
They quota the law,w lilcli stttcs lliil
applicants for bur room licenses slmll
obtain the signatures of tliennjority of
tho property-owners In Ihelr squire
ntid Ihe squire fronting opposite,
Ibey state that there have been t
bnr-tooni llcinsei lsued under these
provisions, nnd !U5 wholesale licenses
have bicu grunted. During the put
jenr they took measures to enforce a
law which requires iiH dealers lu Ihpnr
tunny quantities, who allow It to bj
dtuiik on the premise4', lo take out a
bar room license. In this way miny
whohcittofote had wholcile licenses
wne compelled to comply with Hie
law gov fining bar-rooms, lu this way
Iliu number nf (V holes tlo deilersvvas
tlccicatcd to the extent of IDT.
As to the unlicensed phces they refer
lo ine cnojl J. ii. iMnneliy, nl 1 our
tt (.villi and I streets, vvhii hubeeu
prosecuted and appealed. They suy
M. m i .. .... ..., .... .... .. ..i.. :.
una- tin iu iunuiii5 iiiikC'ii uueii'iiiiai
him ficm tlmu to time.
Applicanls deposit the price of their
lleeitses and rejireseul that they have
enough signers, vvlih the exception or
one or two, n-id some nf these sell
pending the uttlon of the Commission
ers on their lie i-iihib.
T hey sny that they can only suppress
places having licenses where the pir
ties have been twice convicted of sell
ing on Sunday or tilling lo L'nlted
im: vymoss cms;
Tht Fiinious lleHrltit; Ilr.nii Near on
1 he Ilmmons trial, that came In with
such a rush for seals, Is drawing to a
close with scarcely a lnlMUlel court
room at to day's sesslou. This In all
probability Is largely owing to the con
tradictory announcements male by the
Marshal In regard to admitting ladle
lo the proceedings. Ills decision or
yesterday was that no ladies would be
admitted whatever, but ihU morning a
number called, hut a chosen few only
were admitted. This discrimination
with empty teats awaiting Ihem has
caused those who were excluded to be
outspoken on what they term theunralr
I)r, Lincoln was recalled by Mr. Gar
nctt, and testlfled to an examination
made yesterday of thu scar ou 31 rs.
Kmmons, inflicted In being thrown
from her horse, lie said the near was
so slight that In bis opinion It could
not have aHectcd the brain,
Mr. Ktnl then recalled Dr Clodding,
who ttated that from whit he had
lenincd he had given the Impiesslon In
his testimony that It was hi intention
to reflect ou Mrs de Unrmls. He dc
sired to correct tint impression It U
existed, as he res pec led the lidy and
be llcv ed her lo bo acting In Ihls ca3c us
she deemed best
Dr Verdi, after being sworn, de tailed
an interview with Mrs. Hmmnns hell
at thehotelvcMcrday. She w.u in lit
opinion entirely f.ane, Mt Alns worth
&pules, n member of thclliltimorc bir,
was then called to the stand by Mr.
(nt nctt. Ue Ind known Mr Y.m
mens, ho said, In( hejenneln 1T3. He
saw n good ileal of her nt thtitllmo He
next met her in ll on the train to II il
timore. Since then he Ind seen her
frequently during the progre-n of this
trial. She was regarded as ere oniric In
Cheyenne, but her eccentricities were
oc rlcclly harmless and did not Injure
her reputation ns ulady, Heh il never
been introduced lo 31 r, Dm mom and
seldom met him In Cheyenne.
31r. (lamctt Introduced a memoran
dum account, showing I tint Mr. J'.iu
mons had charged the expense of con
flncmcut In the several asv turns to h'U
Dr. T, l'ord Thompson, recalled,
Enid that after examination of 3lis.
Ihnmons' head he fouud the Injury
received from tho kick of ibo hor-w to
be slight, the skull not having been
Charles Davldge, iccallcd, testified
to 31r. Ktnmous h i Inc kept 31 rs Ihn
jnons' horses and carriages during her
conuuemeni in Dionminiruaic, renting
Ihcm to a lady for $135 per month,
Afler recess General hwavno testi
fied to 3Irs, Kinmons conduct em a
trip to New York, which he thought
Indicated iubanity. Dr Kempster con
trndietcdn number of 3lr. Hmmons
Matcments and Kllen II. Willi im of
Hordcntown, X J,, tcsllfled that when
she went to school with 3Iis. rmmons
In 1h7:I the hitter was a mild and pleas
Walilnfitou 1'iupU, 'VUltorn, nnd
Otlicr XVctl ICiiiii Hoi.-.
drNFUAi dons A IlviiEimv. ex
Minister to Mam, Is at thu New York Hotel,
.foi-n it S. Uvvis of the llaltlmore bar
has been invited to deliver au nddiess on
"Ceot eratlon In business" before the
rbllouiathlan Mtcrary Association lu Wash
1!ei ncfeCMVTivi, Cox was able to sit
up in an Invalid's chair to da) aud Doctor
bliss S3) s his rccov cry Is now onty a matter
of a few da) . It Is expected that be will
be ablo to leavo his room In about a
Mil. J vmes C. Perm' of this city, who
maile a bit as the V'irint lu "I'lnufore,"
has been secured for Mr, Metsou'a niodiic
tlon ot "Iluddygore-" at tho Hfib Avenue.
He will pi a) the second corned) part In the
Mit. Jons W, Tiiomi son went out for
a tide this afternoou and seemed very much
benefited by tho exercise. It Is Ids Inten
Hon tolcave Washington for a recuperative
trip early next week, and ho ma) goto
HUNK I-ESIlC's Illnttruteil Xenincr
of January i-HJ contains portraits of Senator
elect tarviell, Hugh A. I) I in in ore, Minister
to C'orea, Senator elect Hlscock and tbo
latoficucral Win, II, Hazcn, with sketches
b Mr, rrttukbiu)lh.
Im. Iiiomvs H. McAudle has been
compelled on accouut of 111 health to ro
flRU the position ot I'rofcssor of Surgory In
the Medical Department of the National
Uulveriliy, and Dr. Phil In F. Harvey, L.
B. Army, has been appointed to All tbo
The word snow Is llrst usedlul'salmall. 7.
"1'urgo me with b)ssop, and I shall be
dcau; wash me, and I shall bo whiter thai
No Break in tbo New Jersey Legis
SEWELL QAINS A POINT.
Ki(locrnor lUIn NurctfHfiil -Chanstt
Thiinton, X. .T., Jan. Sj. Tlio Hen
ators rehearsed their parts again thli
morning, aud tho play when It tomes
oft will be perfect. Secretary Heading
and Senator Griggs repeated their short
sentences, and then adjourned Ihe Sen
ate until Trlday. The report last night
that Scwell had cairEcd his point and
hud succeeded in delating the organl
zatlon until next week was eorieel.
Some of the Senators opposed this
ue lion as unconstitutional but It was
'1 lie Democrats tried to hold n caucus
this morning, but could not gel to
gLtbcr. The Speaker was waited upon
lost night by n committee aud Invited
to caucus with them on the l'nlted
Stales Senutorshlp, and he promised to
give his answer nl 8 o'clock lodiy.
this morning he told Ihe committee
that he positively refilled to Join them
in such a caucus. Humvs that he pro
poBcs to hold out. He was asked if
this decUlon was Dual, and said that
It w n,
"Dors this Include all the caucuses
the Democrats may hold, 3lr.
Speaker?" "I cannot say ns lo that, '
sii id the Speaker, "bul 1 certainly will
not caucus with them on the Senatoriil
question," "You propose to be lude
pendent on that question, then?" "I
shall vote for a Democrat," he said
'Ihe llouso was opened by praver at
ti !0, and after entering a fe.v bills a
motion to adjourn until H p. in. came
from the Democrats, which was eir
rled at about 1U 15, Immediately after
the adjournment the Democrats went
Into caucuo, and are sllll lu session.
The TenncNMec Heiintor-1ilp.
NAMtviiLr, Tem Jan. 3". Tho deua
toilal contest was practically closed last
n'febt b) the nomination of ex (tovernor W.
1. Bate for United States Senator. Mr.
Hutu Is a native ot Sumner County, Tenn.,
atd made a brittlant record lu thu Mexlc m
War. He aftcmarJs graduated from the
UbaiiOn l.nv School, and In 13H wji
ehcted Attorncj (lenerat. After the CICI1
War, In which be rose to distinction on the
Confederate side, bo entered upon tho prac
tice ol the law at Niisbvllle. He has beuu n
number of tbo National Democratic Com
mittce lor the past twelve jeurs.
Kx-Jovtrnor Hate was to-day electel,
receiving SI votes, bin Ib-puWllean oppj
nent, Hon. A. 31. Hughes, j;ettlujc li.
The TexiiM Henntorilitp.
AlsTix, Trx., Jan, S5. As far as can bo
aseeitalncd from tlic chief leaders lu the
bcuatorldl canvass the voto stinds as foi
lows: Maxey, U3; Ireland, 'J7, Ueic-m.-'.
uLd 'Ictrill,. Of the unknown !kJ Maxey
claims atout 10, and each of the other can
d Mates ulout tint number, if not more.
.o h nn j:e In Itidlniift.
lMiiiMi'oiis, Imi , Jan. y A lullot
for Senator was taken at noon without
thonae Turple 75, Harrison 71, Allen -I
Another ballot was ordered, with the same
result. Adjournment followed, with gen
-i bcouMiitKLhv xt:im:w.
tin Ileal 1IU Aunt Out of a $7,0 JO
II on no Iti Washington.
Cine viui, Jan. 2j The Tim? has
the following "A man in ned Cuirles
S. Piku Is In custody In Ihls city
charged with swindling his aunt out of
a considerable biimuf money. Theclr
cuuntances us learned by a repoiteraru
us fullows. I'ikea mint resides at St
Jobtibbury, Vu, nnd Is well lo-do. A
month or two ago she gave her
nephew a power of attorney lo sell a
bouse which she owned In Washington
D C. l'lkeweut to the Capital ou this
mission of trust und In u short time sue
cceded In disposing ef the property
It Is said that he teulled ubout 7,0J I
on the sale an amount sonic vh it bo
low the aunt s estimate of Ihu vuliit of
her propeity, bul quite sitUfai tory to
ibe ugent In view of hlsprecoiiceited
plan to appropriate the procei Is
lie wrote to bis aunt that he wis
nboutto Invest si, SOU in viliublo iulu
log slock In ICtititas and said If she de
sited to invest an equal umount he
would pine II for her. lie repre
sented it to be u rare chance, the
profits being I irgo und sure. The un
tuspntlng aunt forwarded thei?l,VJ3
lo him, and It went to swell the amount
which he had already pocketed Tike
then left Washington, nnd soon aftei
ward his aunt learned how she hal
been swindled. Her hvvjtr plaeed the
mutter In the hands of detectives, who
found Pike here. It Isunilerstonlhalf
tT the money has been reeovi red.
I'Ike has not et been arraigned.
un: Lictysr. outttriox,
Tlio fecnato CnminllleM Walled On by
Iho XV omen' chrlutt in ruloii.
Theotthers of the Women's Chris
tian Timpcianec Union had a confer
ence wtlii Mr. Ingalls and others of tho
Scuate Disttb t Committee to day, ami
Mr Ingalls Informed them that the
commllteo was heartily In sympathy
with any elTort to Improve the morals
or IhelawsoC the Dlstrh t, but that com
plaints against the conduct of Hie Com
missloners should be madu to the
l'icidcnt ralher than to Congress,
lie did not think that au Investigation
by the Senate was desirable or likely to
bu productive of beuefle lal results
The most Important thing to be ac
complished, iti his opinion, was the
passage by tho House of the Mquor
License bill, which has already pissed
It was also suggested that au amend
ment mlcht bo secured to that bill spe
cifically prohibiting tho Issue of liquor
llccnsislo places of 111 repute,
nterlnte fonimeeee Hill nt Wort.
Imuamioi is, I mi , Jan. 35. The
Indianapolis Kastbouud pool will be dls
solved under tho provisions of the Inter
state Commerce bill, which has passed the
Federal Congress, Commissioner Doherty
resigned a position that will In a few das
tic abolished. Ho has been appointed com
mcrclal agent of the Wabash aud t. Louis.
The Location frmiL
Tbo crank mentioned elsewhere, who
tbicatcned tho French and Herman Mluls
ters, was arrested this afternoon. He Is
named Peter augerlt, and ts a steel-worker
from ritutou, Fa, Ho will be sent to tho
1 Xfiiilltn NPH'Inn ir IhA Aim mil Umi
The opening executive session of tho
Woman's SulTrnge Association was
held In the red parlor of the lllcjgs
House at 10 2 this morning, .Miss
Susan It. Anthony, president, au 1 31ay
Wright Sew ell, chairman. About fifty
ladles we re present fiom Indlaun, O'llo,
Illinois, Dakota, New York and 31 is
sachiiH'lts and many from Ihls Dls
Tlic report of the executive meeting
of last year was read by 3tlss She Hon
of Washington. Tho reports of tho
Committee on Nominations and the
Committee on leesohitlons wcro de
ferred until to morrow. 3Irs. SpolTord
was made chairman of thu Committee
on I'lnancc, nnd 3Ilss Kllen Sheldon
and 3Irs. Kulli C. Dcunlson were ap
pointed a Committee of the Press.
Tim COMUTIOX OP WOllklMIWOMCN.
I llliu Devcreaiix llluke msdo an Interest
Vfi lepoit as ehalimanot Ibe Committee on
the Condition ed Woiklngnume-u. She hat
flueeitbtned that tbo KuUbts ot Labor lu
many Instances aiu favoilni; woman suf
frHf The also deiusnd fur women equil
pi) Willi ineu for the same work, tiue
tvirthes It to bo uinlcrstoiid tint she fivors
nu fliiatcl.lsiii or auv other nort of Ism but Is
(tlad to know (bat t tie urea t Lubor parly as a
rule indoles the tbx trine of equal rights
literptctlveof nex The u-port was accept
ed a nd Ihe eommll'i'j uoniinuiid, after lu
Irjr emiiplltnenttd with a vntn ot thanks. It
wha fuilhi r agreed to Hpputnt a committee
ft one from cacti Mute for the belter super
vltlou cf the luterests of uotklmiwurueu.
Mbts A nl bun) stated that the quintlon of
Ibe ilxtcetdb Amendment to the Cimstltu
tfoti was to be brought up In the fcuate to
d) b) Mr. Illalr, und ihe ladles wera re
quested to be prtietit Tho meeting then
adjmmcd to meet at thonenate Chamber
upon iiti occasion edso much Importance to
their alms and tnteiests.
bill lit hii'm 1'our t pin tn n nt Ca rd Hi
ll I Itiiikoa nil
3IiNM.vrnii-, Min.v, Juu, W. Sul
livan said last night, when asked
what he thought of Cardiff "I
don't think that as a fighter be amounts
lo a continental. tl had been In his
place and saw a man's arm hanging by
his side I would have male a piss and
found out what was the miller. He
ran about the ring like a big coward.
His blowing about elrawiug blood on
my mouth Is a lie. He insulted me In
the ting by calling tne xlle name If
Icvermcethlm aj,nln Ilt recall those
insults In his mind before I gel through
Sulllvnu thinks his nrm will be per
fictly well by 3Iiy. Hefore SutHvin
left for the Knst 1 ist night articles. were
signed tvhtch specify that bulllvuu and
Cnrdirt shall box elt rounds according
to rev fud Queensberry rules, winner to
lake 7o per cent, of net lecilpts, tint
Cardiff slmll not appear In any glove
llslit before the meeting, and that the
diiy and place of the meeting be left lo
Sbiedy, to be named before June 1.
.Ilnslu-d On Henry eorse.
ton Mill1', 3. C , Jan 2". Congressman
(eorge D.TIIman of the Second District of
i-outb Carolina, Is pr&foundly Imprcincd
with II cur) Ceorgeanl his movement. In
un Interview he eajs: "I couildcr that Mr.
(icorge Is J reacblug a guptd of labor which
begot from Ireland, Just as Ireland once
taught the CbrlslUn fall ti to paguti nut loin
Mr. Cieorgu Is doing more to rally the labor
Ing man ed the whole worl I thau any either
relurmei. He Ii ticcomlu' au imnortiiit
i letne nt In the next l'n Aide ney. and ma) ba
ibedeclding UbUu. Men who Ignore him
nuke a great mMnke "
The NtilKrr ueeed.
New loith, Jan 3" Ml the employers
of til), ribbon weavers lu New York nnd
vlelnlt) except lwo Invc) bided to the de
mand uf the worker fur three ceiit per 1U3
tbreaOs fur twitting an I 3"i cents per hour
for all extra vioiU. I'wiiHr these enures
bU iii u silk weaver's average piv will he
cnl $7or ?S per nee-'. Tue ilmVui busi
ness ut piisciit it tm brUk Ibe fin
plo)ts ot the two tlrmi refund to, I It in
bit, bavo gone ouluu thlkc
A Tinmp'N Ten I hie Heath,
Wu Kl fciiMtitE, l'v., Jau. Ti A well
d retted man, ghlng tho name of lto)d
I Ink!, believed to be a Folamler, a strauger
In the vicinity, was locked up lu Xautlcokc
JdllSuudu) night, having tucomo dellrlom
aid suvagu from drink At 3 o'clock )es
teidu) uiornlug he ban gel himself lu his
cell. HubadMM) lu gold In bU pot kels
I ut lo papcis which would show h'sllun
Tin own Fiotu llieTiuek.
Tnii, t., Jan. 3.. -Owing to a kink
In u lull near Tu) tor's I!un, train No. 1 J,
vh tbo Ohio Central, leaving Toledo at I
p m. vesterday, was oveitumed while run
nbi at the rule or llfty milts au Uour, aud
thu engineer, Mike lnkIefou6, hnirlbl)
mangled. No one cte w as mtieh hurt.
Alexiuidi lu .eM.
Ai EXVMUttA, v , Juu. 35 V niimbor
ofovtkr veestli left here)esterdav for tho
Thelrlda) Night Club will give a daneo
to their Alexaudiia friends Tbursdav ulght
'Ibe will of the late Mrs, I.iund Hornel
wbs admitted to probate lu tho County
Thu court has appointed It WoolrufT
jutlicc of the peace for mhlngtuu district
Mr. rdmtiud llurkc and Iulgi U T
Muart waited upon .liidjo Keith of the
Ctuiity Court at his room In the National
Hotel In Washington last night lu regard ti
tbu eute of their dkul, .tntius Dromtnoa I
charged with stealing leathei belting.
A pre position has bi-cn received from the
I nlttd das ImprnviUH nt ComiU) of
l'bllkdelphla Hiking fur the lease uf tbu cit)
The members ot the oung Men's Chris
llun Association propose at an early ditto to
rent seme central building and lU It up as
tbo headquattcrs of tint association.
The different tire companies held meet
Ings lust night In regard to the 53d of Feb
haul night Mr. Cliailes Zimmerman waa
marilcd at the parsonage of tho Kev. Hen
dcrtuu tuter, to MUs Louise Hocnstuln,
both are of this ell).
The Woman's Temperance Society has
Ineu lu session thu entire morning at
'lilnlt.v 31. 1J. Church, considering matters
relative to that society.
Ii mu In iii t 1 1 ill I . ril i ii I m.
ricKin'h II. Miuglo, Japan, J, A.
Woods, New luik.
I- - I. ,. 1J I I. .Ml.... xn.l ml
.Uik tlty, Hiram Atkins, Montpeller, H.
N. Ktls, l'hiladelpbla
tin ti". Kdwin uutics, editor ejieveumi
lra,lt, .lobu "'. Mtt'ou Uoatou, J. W,
ltnw, Concord, N. It , .1. W. Currieu,
1 roy, t.
ii i vnii'i. A. K. fctewart bt. Louis,
I ilward barber, Milwaukee. ( C. Mure
lioiue, I Ilea, N, l ; F. It, Itandiu, I lor
WeutMiEv's. David 8. Itakcr. r.. Uhole
Island, L. I. Corlbelt, Nen urk, Jobu
lleiuie'V. Jr , New Haven, Couu , ClaUon
He)t, Sew York
AitiiMiTON-I.fi IHU. Lowell, Hon
Fiank lllogotk, New oik It loou
lloi doutiJ U lleur), Aikansaj Clt, Kan.,
s, Newell, New Voik.
ai.Min.xL vouv.wx m:vs,
ltt)ort On thn CmiArN or (lie Itrteut
IiOMiok, dan. 3i. The 1 loyal C jui
mission to Inquire into the causes of
the Itelfast riots his completed Its re
port, The commission Is of the
opinion lhal the royal Irish c jnstabu
lary should be maintained as apolic
feriuln Hclfnht and Its commaudtug
ofllcer lie kept wiiollyfrco from sub
mlslon lo nil police authority except
that of Iho Inspector General, Tho
t onslabulnry should also, In Ihe opinion
of IbuinramlfMon, beheld responsible
for Ihe preservation of peace without
being Mibjctt to Iho control of the
inngft Iracy or other authority sa c that
of tlic Irish executive. The
Chief of Police should lie
empowered to forbid parades of
societies, bands of music, or In fact any
body of men, at his discretion, nnd
should have authority to change the
fore u under his control, ortolnercnc
the amc sullicientty to deal with any
case or rioting rr imergencv of what
p( ver character without calling upon
the police of other districts, the mill
tat being lelalned In mifllclcnl fore
to prevail tho necessity of iutoklug
outbldu aid. Tho report also urges the
necessity that two stliundlary iingi.
trute-s instead of the borough nugh
lincy slmll rule the pi tty sessions, au 1
thai their dulte-s be solely juilli lal, .ind
in no cae extending lo their meddling
with htreet rioting.
Ilelfat tbo Commission believe
cmc lit lo be nsH'SHed Ihe siuie &r Hie
test of Ireland, to compensate forma
Ileioiis Injuries to property, the amount
lo be fixed by an independent tribunal
The power to search for arms U
strongly urged as of vital Importance
and the leporl concludes by deploring
the stale of feeling width exists lu
llilfa'l and trusting that all cl isscm are
hcoitlly ashamed oE thu recent doings
In that town, and will endeavor c
bring to a speedy termination the hitler
feuds which stilt prevdl
roteltfti lllnor .llcnttan.
Mr. (iladstone arrived In LmJon to-diy,
and met with nu enthusiastic reception, be
Ing lepeatedly cheered alt along the route
fie m the di pot to his residence, 13 Carlton
A Cublr.ct council was held at Windsor
to-day, at which the tjucen approved the
sreech to be delivered from tbu throne on
Ibe opening of Farllamcnt.
Komi , Jar. 2.1. ICshop Walterson of C
lumbus, Ohio, was granted a special au
dittce by the Fopc on unda),
I'riti i Jan 35. Ilaron Von tfchloeger,
I'ltiftun npreFCtitatire at Ibe Vatlcm, tns
teen tuvetted i Ihu Emperor with the ln.l.
hbi of tie order ot tbo Crow no! the drst
Court on Moltkehnsdcrllned to content
n Ilrrlln seat In tbo Kclchstag, although he
bus lein Ittvlted by and insured of the sup
I oil e f I'oth the Conservatives and the Na
tion. I Liberals
COltlttG.lX .l.MI DAVIT!'
The AlihliMiop Cliarj-D IMtllt With
Attacking Ihu I'ope.
Xr.w Voiik, Jan. 23. Archbishop
Corilgan said lo a reporter yesterday
that he must protest against that part
of 3Ir. Davilt's speech Sunday night
which attnekul Cardinal Slmconl the
Dope's secretary. "What Simeoul does is
done under the direction of the Dope
blinulf, i onsoquently to attack him U
rqulvnleut to attacking the Holy
TuUier. THcmls of ArchbKhop C orrl
gun elulni that he was an ardent sympi
itiia with the Land League und al
lowed meetings In Us favor lo be laid
In bis hun lies They onsider as vcrv
uujuit Air. Davltts statement that If
MiClvnu had not been a sympathiser
with that movement he might now tit;
AtchhMiop or Xew York
A I tihor nudldnto I or ilnoi,
I mi iti Hill, l' , .Ian -J5, the
I idled Labor puitvof tblseit) lit-ld Us llrst
ucmliating tomttillun to elm and elected
Ike fullowlug lick t fur the approachmg
municipal contert tor Mmur Ttioau
I bllll k, for Itceelver of Taxes, (idnre
Ir..ik. forLftySulIeltor, Charles S kej
ct-i. fur I'ofhe MugUtrate, Louis Host
'1 be mas I'bllllps baa beeu prominency
Iderdllled with the labor inurement foi
jcars Hh is an Lnglffbunn b) birth, ant
is about. '! ) ears of age. lit trade he U a
tki-euiuker. He Is looked upon as a pro-iiiiiinee-tl
agitator with radical Ideas ou the
sul Jut of capital and labor He U a mem
ttr cf Local Aeticmbl) ,M 1 nights of
IV oi k ol I In Mitmtx
XvvEviLiF, Ohio, fan '
UelulldlligciK""! ' - t'
the Ohio Iron UrkMu tlif- i
bumid In a peculmt initinn -.
on groui d inadi f uJcra ami nfusc from
it i 1 latt furnace 'Ihe cinders un lerneatU
weie tet ou bte If) the furnace and smoul
dertd fur n foLg time, llnally bursting Into
iltttiiei, (hough strumous ertnrts Mere male
to check tbo&ubtcrtaiiuun tire. It is fearel
that eight other buildings nclonglng to the
works ure lu danger, as the) arc built ou
the tunic kind of foundation
llnlrii liv Hnlve",
Mamstii;! u, Mien , Jan. - 'oseoj
Airu&troug and Frank Holmes of l'ent
wiiler were bunting near hero baturdav
wbeii Ibilmis cut his leg, and A matron.,
fiarlng tLat be would bleed to death, lefr
1 1 1 tii aud went In search ot medical assist
litre. When ho returned, two hours liter
ttefourd nothing but some bloodt bones
hi d pieces of clothing and the carcasses of
live wolves which Holmes Inl kdlcl m bu
itupglu for life. Uohrs bav ' n tin
utusltv numerous and bold in tin upmr
I ei tiifciila this season.
1'itddy lie'l.hard'M llopr
Villi aiipi mm. .Tan. G. u rt A
cuircrt last night that lr Uni tius
band of the actrtts, bad died In Lugiand A
week ago. Mrs. Langtry was seen between
acts at tbo Waluut street Theatre and sal 1
be bad heard tho rumor, bul km1 nothing
as to Its iruthfuluess
LATEST TELEGRAMS COXDEJfcE).
Niw ouu, Jan. 35 Monev Auj per
cent. Kxchange etca.lv, 4S4i ti llov
erumcuts steady. Currency, s, 135 bid,
JJs, coup, 1101 bid, -ts do,, r-Habld,
UoroN, Ma., Jan. 35. The Lynn ano
Boston Horse llillroad Compauy has a
ceiled to tbo request uf its drivers and u
dm tors for shorter hours, makln U Uuu
the limit aLd Wi the average of Sv
Dim ii ic, Va , Jau. 35 A ev. loue
tornadostrutk this town alamt l ocloiu
vesterday morning. Several bouses wra
blown down, some ot them containing a,
number of people but no one lumred,
Keporu from the count w sb w tint tha
btcuiu was crpially severe theri
Indltatlons for the twenty-four hour,
tommeuclug l p m , luesday, Jau -k
For IHbtrh i of Columbia, wanner southc'i
winds, and fair weather.
Ihennometer readings for Janusrv 2tj
3 a. m.,33; 7 a m.. !' Ham, 41.
Jatuary SI, Mean temperature, J maxi
mum, rs; minimum, a.!4, mean relative;
humidity, W, total rrecii'tUUoiii ,'Ji UicU(