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NEVf ASSESSMENT BILL.
C. 11. Hemingway Thinks It Will Only Per
petuate Unjust Discrimination.
To the Editor of The Times:
In April, ISM, a select committee to investigate
tax assessments la this District was appointed
by Congress. Tho primary return of the assist
ant assessors, as cstiinatod by tho committee,
was $.272,035,000, and this was an increase of
$125,000,000 over the previous assessment, and
nearly all tho lncreaso was made after tho in
Afterward a board of equalization was ap
pointed, and tho law providing that tho "cor
rected" and "equalized" assessment should be
not less than the original return was repealed.
Tho board of equalization then reduced tho as
ficssment about $75,000,000.
Nearly all of this reduction was on business
property and vacant lots, and very little of it
was on homes. Tho board of equalization was
practically an instrument of oppression to tho
Had tho original assessment been permitted
to stand, and had the rate of tax been lowered,
the homo owner would havo had much less to
pay. -Tho market valuo of nil real estate in
this District is about $500,000,000. A tax of one
half per cent, on this sum would raise an
amount equal to tho present roveuuo from real
A 10.000 homo is now taxed S120. Business
property of same value is now taxed '$37.50.
Vacant lots of samovaluo are now taxed $15.
If nil real estate was assessed at its market
valuo and a tax of one-half per cent levied such
a home would hm e $70 less to pay; such business
property would have $12.50 moro to pay, and
such vacaut lots $35 more to pay.
The Itoard of trade assessment bill, now fa
vorably reported by the Commissioners, is a sup
stantial re-enactment of the laws under which
the late assessment was made, and will perpet
uate the present discrimination against homo
owners. C. 11. Hemingway.
AGAINST BLAND'S BILL.
New York Hankers Lay Claim to Special
Interests and Privileges.
New Yobk, March 21. Tho meeting of sub
scribers to tho bond issue to protest against
tho seigniorage bill assembled at 1 o'clock.
Thero were present about twenty-flvo bankers.
The proceedings consisted in tho approval of
n resolution citing various reasons why the
seigniorage bill should not lis signed.
Tho resolution refers to the dangerous re
sults of the bill becoming a law. among which
an Increase in the prevailing distrust abroad
and gold exports are prominently mentioned.
It concludes as follows:
"Whereas, tho officers of tho financial insti
tutions, firms, and corporations of New York
became subscribers to the last loan negotiated
by the government with tho belief that the
marketing of the bonds would prevent tho
further inflation of tho currency by the coin
age of tho so-called silver seigniorage, and
feeling that, as tho loan was made a success
because of ".their efforts, they havo a claim
upon the administration for a veto of this
bill, thoreforo bo it
"Resolved. That in the opinion of tho rep
resentatives of tho financial institutions of
New York who subscribed to the ei0,000.000
5 per cent, loan and mado it a success the
coinage of tho seigniorage would endanger
tho financial stability of the government and
would inllict upon a suffering people perni
cious and unnecessary legislation, which
would be far-reaching in its disastrous conse
quences." Actress Waters Was Drunk.
Jebset City. X. J., March 21. The four
men who wero arrested yesterday upon a
charge of assaulting actress Adelo Waters
were discharged by Justice O'Donnell this
morning. There was no evidence to show
that they- assaulted the woman. Miss Waters,
who, it Is said, had been suffering from alco
holism, wandered away from tho hotel and
was taken in hand by tho defendants, who, it
is claimed, were trying to take her back to
Better Not Come.
New Yobk, March 21. Tho text of the tele
gram sent by President Cleveland to the
chamber of commerce committee, replying to
their notillcntion that they were about to pro
ceed to Washington to present their memorial
against the signing of tho seisnoirago bill, is
as follows: ''Georgo Wilson, Chamber of Com
merce, New York: I will hear them if they
corne, but strongly advise not coming.
"II. I). TiiunBEH, Secretary."
Commodore Whiting's I'uncral.
New York, March 21. In Trinity chapel
this morning wero held funeral services over
tho body of tho late Commodore Whiting.
Her. Morgan Dix officiated" Many floral
offerings wero sent from Washington and
other places. Tho interment will bo at Bello
Y Me, N. J.
A rinlcal .Murderer.
Ottawa. 111., ;Mareh 21. Thomas Higgins,
the Chicago murderer, who objects to being
hanged on tho same scaffold with Prender
gast, the assassin of Mayor Harrison, was
to-day refused a supersedeas by tho Supremo
Court. Biggins will hang on Good Friday.
Clarenco Hess has been granted a third
class steam engineer's license by tho Commis
loncrs. A new set of district court rules havo just
gone into effect, havinc been prepared by tho
court in general term.
Joseph W. Davis is now a justice of tho
peace for the District, his nomination having
been approved by the Commissioners.
A pair of guinea fowls at 1130 Twelfth
street northwest, on account of their Incessant
noise, are tho sublect of a complaint to tho
Citizens in tno neighborhood of Daley's
Hall. 1S37 Seventh street northwest, have Me
ntioned the Commissioners to close said hall
as a nuisance.
Tho streets will hereafter bo swept at night,
Instead of in tho day time, as heretofore, by
order of Major Davis, superintendent of tho
street sweeping department.
The following building permits were issued
yesterday: John Keese. to repair No. 101 O
street northwest, Sl.OOO; A. W. Weaver, to
repair houso No. 2819 N street northwest.
Tho Commissioners havo received the
recommendation of Assessor Trimble that
Congress be asked to appropriate 81,950 for
n set of tract books, to bo printed by A. O.
Th Brightwood Railway Company has not
boen tunning cars on Its Kenyon street line,
and tho Commissioners havo ordered them to
show cause why they should not do so, or
rise remove their tracks and poles Irom the
Passion wock services at St Paul's English
Lutheran church. Rev. Dr. Domer, pastor, on
Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday evenings at
7.30, and Good Friday morning at 11 o'clock. All
wclccme to theso services.
THREE BALL GAMES TO-DAY P
of Sport for Lovers of the
YALE OPENS THE SEASON HERE
Georgetown University and Columbia Collogo
at Capitol Park, Y. M. C. A. and Yalo at
Y. M. C..A. Park, and Washington's
Leaguers Will Play a Practice Game.
Thore will be three games of baseball played
in Washington this afternoon, two of which
will be by amateur organizations and tho
other a practico game between tho Kids and
Vets of the local league club. At tho Y: M. C.
A. park, Seventeenth and U streets, tho cele
brated Yalo 'Varsity team will open their sea
son with tho Y. M. C. A. nino, and thero will
without doubt bo a largo attendance. Yale
will put in her full strength and count on
starting the season with a victory. Tho Y.
M. C. A. team will be aLout tho samo that won
the District championship last year. Tho
players of both will bo as follows: Yale
George, c; Gunther, p.; Stephenson, lb;
itustiu, 2b; Arbutbnot, 3b.; Griinby, ss.; Bigo
low, if.; Caso, cf., and Specr, rf. Y. M. C.
A. E. Hodge, o.; Colliilowcr. p.; O'Hagan.
lb.; McCrcery, 2b.; Johnson, 3b. ;BoIway, ss.;
C. "Hodge, If.; l'ulier, cf., and Greene, rf.
Tho game will commeneo at 4 o'clock, and
Chnrley Snyder will umpire.
Owing to yesterday's rain the Georgetown
Lehigh gamo was not played at Capitol
park, and it Is hardly likely the two teams
will lie ablo to meet this season because of
conflicting schedules. Manager Anderson,
of tho Lohighs, was very much disappointed
in not getting in the game, as it meant tho
loss of some money. Tho boys left last night
for Charlottesville, Va., where they play the
Unlveisily of Virginia to-day, and from there
go to Richmond and to North Carolina, play
ing tho University of North Carolina on
Georgetown will meet the strong Columbia
Collego (New York) team nt Capitol park
this afternoon and endeavor the wrest vietop
from tho northerners. Georgetown will
present the samu nine as arrangod for the
gamo with Lehigh. Manager Horsey counts
on a big crowd.
Manager Schmelz failed to nut his men
through their regular course of practico yes
terday afternoon, the failuro being caused by
tho rain. As a consoqueuce, the candidates
for the League team wero given a rcst.and will
start in fresh to-day ,when tho Vets will make
another effort to win a game from tho Kids.
The members of the Washington club aro
engaged in a drill,to bo given previous to the
gamo on Saturday afternoon, when tho public
will ilrst havo .in opportunity to see tho men.
Tho Kids will lino up in front of tho grand
stand nnd march (o tho home plate, when, at
n signal from Manager Schmelz. they will
about face nnd give a salute to tho public.
The Vets will then mako their appearance and
go through the samo programme. Tho boys
are getting things down line, nnd tho only
kick is on Joo Mulvcy's failuro to keep step
andMcGuires propensity to Elop ana look
around. Joyco was a candidate for tho right
of line, but Cartwright wa given the place,
and "Scrappy" is now satisfied tho scheme
will not go through as it would with him as
The New York papers are paying consider
able attention to tho differences between
Charley Farrell and tho New York club over
salary. Farrell claims he only wants as much
as he" received in this city last year, while tho
New York management refuse to lie forced
into raising their offer. Mr. Talcott says the
season will bo played without Farrell if the
latter does not come to time. According to
tho present condition of baseball Tarrell has
no chance of playing ball with any other club,
and he will doubtless fall in line, as it would
not pay to remain idle.
RINGER AT ST. LOUIS.
Tanner, with Whom So .'Many Killings
Have Uccn .Made, Wins a Race.
St. Locis, March 21. Golden Gate's vic
tory in the third race at Last St. Louis to-day
was very suspicions, and all bets were ordered
to stand until a thorough investigation could
be made. He was entered as a chestnut geld
ing, aged, by Joo Hokon, dam unknown, and
won at a mile, a remarkablo performance for
a cold-blooded horso over tho sandy track.
The men who entered him aro unknown here,
and give a very lame explanation of how they
camo into possession of the horse. He was
entered in tho nnmo of G. Bell, nnd when
called for after the raco could not be found.
Tho horse was well played at the poolrooms,
but not at tho traek. Later ho was identified
beyond a doubt as tho famous ringer Tanner,
who worked tho Twilight killing at the fair
grounds last spring. Ho is painted n chest
The judges decided to burn tho money
placed on Golden Gate and pay all other bets.
Well backed horses wero successful in the
other flvo races, track and weather being
everything that could bo desired. The other
results wero as follows:
First race Selling; nine-sixteenths of a mile.
Alopathy won, Bayard second, Fanny I), third.
Second race Flvo furlongs; selling, ltoy
won, Maonla second, Republic third. Time,
Third raco One mile. Golden Gate won.
Granite second, Mackey thlnL Time, 15.).
Fourth race Eleven-sixteenths of a mile. Miss
Kitts won, John Dunn second, Knickerbocker
third. Time, 1:14.
Fifth race Six furlongs. Collector won. Bonny
11. second. John Berkley third. Time. 12W.
Sixth race six furloncs. Yosemito won, Bal-
laruiuo second, Jsell thlru. l line, 1:1.
Entries for .Madison.
First race Five furlongs; selling. Mart, 92;
Grattan, llirthol. 101; Bessie Owens, silhouette,
Tom Crouch, 92; Hestless Oak, 107; Violet C.,b0;
Judge Thurnian, 1U1; Mem Jerome, 10S; Sea
Second race Flvo and one-halt furlongs.
Pisano, Van Zant, Bud Brooks. Beeton, I.ittlo
Fellow Jr., l'rcspect, IIS; Little Nell, King Slar,
Frank Ellis, 111; Adjuster, Boutonulcre, 102.
Third race Selling; me furlongs, slico, Con
trol, lit); Sliiloh, Headlong, l.o Lucky, lW; Audi
phoitc, .Mamie Dully. Nancy Hakes, 106; Little
Minnie, 101; Larue, 102; Irene K., 92; Roscco
Fourth race rive and one-half furlongs; sell
lug. Mount McGregor, 111; Diamond Dick, 109;
Governor Brown. 107; Sonom.i Boy, 107; Al Orth,
101; Too High, 9S; Dan llouig, !; Dot Dimple,
Fifth raco Six furlongs: selling. Uncle John,
Cactus BIcssom, strajghtout, 113; Jeauie S.. M
tor lone, Dan Farrell. Hilly Piukertcu, 10S;
Barker Harrison, Montell. Bay Flower, 105.
Sixtli raco Seven furlongs; selling. Silent,
90; VU, 91; Johnnie Weber, S7; Echo, 10; Pioneer,
103; Outlook, 111; Simiock, 103; Arthur O., an
Favorites First at New Orleans.
New Okleans, March 21. Fhst raco Purse,
$200; selling; live-eighths of a mile. Mlnmi, 4 to
1. first: Bobby Beach secend. Merry Eyes third
Second race Purse, $200; selling; five-eighth s
of a mile. Looking Backward, 7 to 10, first; Maud
second, Milldale third. Time, l.WJS
Third raco Purse, $250; selling; five-eighths
of a mile. Beverly, even, first; Tramp second,
Footrunncr third. Timo, LICK.
Fourth raco Purss, 200; handicap; Beven
eighths of a mile. Bentifice, 1 to 2, first; Tenuy,
jr.. second, isoroimra. lime, J..4.
Fifth raco l'urso, S230: selling; boven-eighths
of a mile. Carmen, 4 to 1, first; Hello of Spring
Held second, Billy Harding third. Timo, 1.SS.
Results at San Francisco.
SAS Fkanctsco, March 21. Flrt raco Half
mile. Venus won: Lady Jano second, and Gasser
third. Time, 0.49j.
Second rr.ee Six furlongs. MacBeth won;
Jennie Deano second, and Inferno third. Time,
Third race Three-fourths of a mile. Happy
Hand won; Hillsdalo Chief second, and Sidney
third. Time, l.-00.
Fourth race Match; three-quarters of a mile.
Border Lassie won; Fly second: Time, 1.I4&
Fifth race Six furlongs. Altbla won; Mclanie
second, liomanell third. Time, M.
Sixth raco Ono mile and a sixteenth; four
hurdles; purse $400. lrinco Idle won, Hercules
second, Alfred B. third. Time, L5S)i
Results nt Roby.
Chicago, March 21. Roby summaries:
First raco Flvo furlongs. Adversity won,
Maggio Slowey second, Van Horn third. Time,
Second raco Nine-sixteenths of a mile. Ra
pier won, Tamorlano second, Extra third.
Third raco Eleven-sixtoenths of a mile. Er
nest L won, Little Fred second, Bock third.
Fourth race Seven-sixteenths of a mile.
Esther Cleveland won, Tata second, Katie B.
tniru. Timo, U.4U.
Fifth race Thirteen-slxteonths of a mllo.
Rosewood won, Ulster second, CoL Clay third.
Entries for To-day.
First raco 4)4 furlongs. Wandering Nun,
Jay Jay, Gladstone, Pieeiidilll, Dearest, Cora,
JlcSInty, 100; Tamerlane, Abandon, Prottl wit
Second race 5 furlongs. Luko F, Iko B, 102;
.oo, ua. Flitter, Cynosure, oruena, iuk uai
shazznr, St Albans, 108; Nativity, 118.
Third race 3 furlongs. Sunrise, Little Jony,
Katrinka. 102; Walter O. Amanda, 107;J. J.
Fourth race 8 furlongs. T.ucinda, 90; Mokahi,
So; Bluo Banter, 101; West Park, 102; Fakir, 103;
Climax, 110; Lookout, 120.
Fifth race 5V6 furlongs. Dr. Cosby. 91; Mlko
Conroy, IB!; Ouestor, 101; George W, 10.1; Ellkln
dig, 110; Col Cooper, 112; Lady Bry,' Laurcstau,
To Umpire Tnlcllarvard Games.
Cambridge, Mass., Jtarch 21. An import
ant agreement regarding umpires entered into
by tho representatives of Harvard and Yalo nt
tho recenfbnseball conference at Springfield
has just conieto light. An umpire will bo ap
pointed bv Mr. N. E. Young, president of tho
National League, forcach championship game
between the colleges during the season. His
nomineo will bo then approved by a. graduate
from each collego. Heretofore there hits been
much controversy in regard to tho umpires
for the big games, nnd this settlement is gen
Boston Sports Arrested.
Boston, March, 21. Tho police created a
panic among tho sports about town to-day
by arresting President Hammond II. Brock,
secretary Benjamin S. Bcnlon, and James H.
Wright, ono of the directors of the Crib Club,
one of Boston's bei-t known sporting clubs,
charged witli conducting n prize-fight without
a license. It is allogcd that the Moorc-Mc-Carty
light was recently held under tho aus
pices of tho club without a licence.
Spider Weir not Satisfied.
Boston, March 21. Isaac O'Neal Weir, who
arrived homo from Chicago, said to-day:
"I'liavo posted $100 with Capt. Cooke, of
Boston, in support of my challenge to mako a
match with Griffo for 2.000, and I agrco to
stoj him in ten rounds, ho to meet mo at 118
pounds, tho winner to tako tho whole of any
purso that may be given."
Corbett Will light the Case.
Boston. Mass., March 21. The jury in the
Launou-Corbett caso returned a verdict for
the plaintiff tills morning in tho sum of 5500.
Lnnnon nsked for $5,00(1, and had refused to
settle on Corbctt's offer of S7S0, mado a few
days ago. The champion will not pay any
thing now. liowmer, without a light to a
finish, and tho caso will go to higher
court on exceptions.
A chicken light occurred on tho premisesof
Michael Washington, near Sligo Mill road, on
last Sunday, nnd Washington, with three
others, wero up in the Police Court yesterday
morning. Washington was fined 520, Albert
Wall 550. George Eslin 50, and Joseph
Kcarns, of Baltimore, was released on his per
Fresh Sporting Gossip.
John L. Sullivan picks Corbett to win from
Steinitz and Lasker havo each won a game
in their chess contest.
Boundless, tho American Derby winner.
will bo retired to the stud.
Manager Tebeau has signed catcher Gausj,
of the Southern League, for Cleveland.
Bertram Wnteis, last season's football cap
tain, is trying lor a place in me unrvarus
Farrell and Itusia havo not accepted tho
terms offered by the New York club, and both
want moro money.
Bain prevented tho scheduled game yester
day altcrnoon between Georgetown and Le
high, and also tho practico gamo at League
C. Colley, 832 Thirteenth street northwest,
will receive challenges for the Franklin fchool
team. Tho players are: McQuade. c.; Shedd,
p.: Petty, Bragaziu and Goodman, basemen;
Colley, ss.; Stiles, Fago and McKinney, field
ers. W.'B. Mundclle nnd Alexander McHardy
bad a drawn battle in their checker contest
for tho District championship, each winning
one game, with four drawn. Another match
will bo arranged.
IS COXEY REALLY COWING?
Col. KcdstoneSajsItc Is and Claims to He
A. E. Bedstone, tho Washington representa
tive of Coxey's army, says that 10,000 men
havo been organized In thi3 city from among
tho unemployed who will meet the army
when it arrive?. Ho claims that no violence
can occur, as tho army will, after making its
petition to Congress, march away before dis
banding. Col. Bedstone is now engaged in handing
out maps and displaying maps of tho pro
posed march among tho members of Con
gress. Tho members, as a rule, appear to
doubt tho materialization of the movement,
but Col. Bedstone is confident in the matter,
as ho claims to lie receiving dispatches from
Coxey every day which show that tho army is
rapidly gaining great strength. He sajsthat
whole carloads of provisions aro being do
nated, and some manufacturers In Pennji
vania have donated wagons to carry the sup'
BOTH USED THE AX.
Hut Cleveland lias Kept It in .Motion .More
Vigorously than Harrison.
More than ono-half of tho whole number of
Presidential post offices havo bsen filled by
nominations sent to the Senate since the in
coming of the present administration. Tho
number of these appointments by the last ad
ministration from March 4, 1659. to March 12,
1890, was 1.C9S. There wero thirty-two Presi
dential appointments mado on March 13, ISrO.
Tho number made by this administration be
tween March 4, 1893, and March 13. 1S91. was
1,720. The total number of Presidential post
offices in operation March 12 last was 3.121.
Figures of appointments of fourth-class
postmasters for iiio former Cleveland admin
istration and for tho Harrison administration
are given on the basis of sixteen months, as
official statements then compiled covered tho
fiscal year and the period from March 4 to
July 1 of the first J car of each administration.
For tho twelvo months of the present adminis
tration the number of changes in fourth-class
postmasters was 22.012.
Tho changes for tho sixteen months ending
June 20, 18SC, aggregated 20.S81. Tor tho
first sixteen months of the Harri-on adminis
tration the number was 24,045. The monthly
average of appointments of both Presidential
and fourth-class postmasters during tho Har
rison administration was l.Glfi, and for the
present administration 1,977.
A. It. Williams & Co.'s Assignment.
A. K. Williams A Co., dealers in coal at 401
New Jersey avenue northwest nnd 015 Sev
enth street northwest, have mado an assign
ment to D. W. Glossie for tiie benefit of credi
tors. The liabilities will probably amount to
nearly 59.000 and the assets aro little above
that amount. The stocks assigned amount
to a par valuo of 5110,025.
A Hippopotamus at Large.
BtnADOo, Wis., Mar. 21. It is stated that
th o hippopotamus which csenped Sunday
afternoon 'rout a circus hero is still at large
and making its way down the Wisconsin
toward tho Mississippi river Tho propri
etors, iu order to allay the fears of tho people,
havo caused it to bo reported that tho big
brute, had been retaken.
Three St. Louis .Murders.
St. Loots. Mo.. Mareh2L Minnie Schilling
was to-day shot and fatally wounded by Ed
ward Courtenay at tho homo of Mrs. W. J.
Boewig, 3120 Ends avenue. Courtenay then
turned the revolver upon himself and in
flicted fatal injuries. Two other murdera
wero nlso committed to-day. Mattiv Graham,
an oighteen-year-old boy, was killed by Wil
liam Holman. Holman threw a poker at
Graham. The missile crushed through tho
skull, sticking there liko a spear. John
Schrempp, foreman of Earle's livery stable,
died from a blow with a baseball bat inflicted
by Pat Condon.
Elegance reigns in the styles displayed In the
window of Wanamaker & Brown, tailors.
ARE CONFIDENT OF A VETO
Wall Street Expects the President to
Kill Bland's Bill.
CLAIM THAT A DEAL WAS MADE
Purchasers of the Lato Bond Issue Say They
Wero Assured of No Adverse Silver Legis
lation Hailroad Eeports Discouraging.
General Tone of tho Market
New Yonv, March 21. In vlow of the rec
ognized narrowness of speculation, tho stub
born resistanco displayed in to-day's market
was decidedly encouraging. Tho belief in a
veto of tho Bland bill is again predominant,
and for this reason traders felt justified in
marking up prices. The conviction lias' be
come so general that tho bill will novcr bo
come operative that it is quito possiblo tho
street will take tho official announcement of
that faet'without any further demonstration
of approval. Tho telegraphic dispatch au
thorized by tho President to tho members of
tho chamber of commerce committee, advising
them not to visit Washington, as intended, to
adviso him against signing tho Blund bill, was
.construed to mean that their wishes would bo
respected without their presence being neces
sary. It is claimed that tho subscribers for
the roceut government loan wero assured that
In consideration of their subscription no ad
verso silver legislation would bo allowed dur
ing tho present session of Congress.
In tho hope of influencing tho President's
nctio"a iu tho matter and to assert their claim
to consideration a committee of seventeen
was appointed to visit Washington and mako
a determined stnnd against such superficial
financial legislation. Tho above telegram is
considered as, positive evidence that tho orig
inal promises aro in safe-keeping, and that
neither confidences nor implied contracts will
bo In tliu slightest degree impaired.
Itailroad earnings published during theday
wero not encouraging, but officials continue
to talk In a most confident lone nnd nssuru
tnelr Iriends that the outlook is daily growing
brighter. Shorts hate been inducod to cover
iu consequence of these predictions, and prices
are in many instances several points higher
than even a casual examination of their
weekly balance sheets would justify. Such
ronds as Atchison, Nashvillo and Northern
Pacific are manipulated so as to disappoint
every trader who interests himself on the side
justified by their own official figures.
The Grangers continue strong on prospects
of increase in both branches of traffic and
traders are generally bullish on them. Bur
lington shows surprising strength and gained
l,1 per cent to 81 on covering and rumors of
an improved outlook. The gains in the re
mainder of tho regular list wero not conspic
uous nnd need no analysis. Sugar again was
tho eenter of attractiou, and was eitremely
erratle in its movements.
The trading in this stock has lost all char
acter, and is Influenced by the contradictory
advices iu regard to tariff changes which
hourly nrrivo from Washington.
Chicago Gas sold off fractionally, but the
remainder of the industrial group was strong
Tho foreign exchange market shows no
signs of immediate improvement.
The market continued dull and strong
throughout tho dosing hour on continued as
surances that the Bland bill would be vetoed,
all other advices for tho present being disre
garded. New York Stock Exchange.
Furnished by Mlsby fc Co., bankers and
brokers, Metroiolitan Bank building, Filteenth
street, opiKslto Treasury, Washington, H. C.
Op. High LowClosing
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American Tobacco ?i?i T(i6 7S4 Tt,W
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Chesapeake & Ohio lt-W 1SK- 1SM: lK-
Canadian (-outhcrn ' H 50Jt 60i 50-x;
c. u.ttj ta-t whs w-s Kt
Chicago tias Co 05 656 Xt 65
Ie!., ljvck. atld W 166 1HT 1CS 167
Delaware & Hudson l4j 184 1;f,4 12!4
DLstlliers A. Catllo FMrs.. lY-ij aifj, 1.714
Denver nua mouranue... m :sij su iu,.4
?l S'H '4
(eneral Llectric 4- 4-1 4-'4w 43,
Illinois Central !t!h Kit SSJa ICiJA
Lou!ille . Nashville 49ju Soji 4'.-j 49
Like Shore Vi'fi V21 12SJ4 Icsr
Manhattan U'lJs liljii I21W lUfi
Michigan Central 99 !W4 "J9 VJ
Missouri Pacific S7J4 S S7H -T?s
New England lo.H, lO-Sfi b), 104
Nortlmesteni 1US liw IOTJ4 lWrf
Northern l'acitlc f t;4 6l 01-4
Northern Pacific pM 21j '!;, 21,$ 2a;4
New Vcrk Central 101 101,4 WH M04
National CoidagoCo a)jj SOJf, 3IJ6 a
National Lead Co.. 5 5 K5J
Omaha :-n i9i 3s;; 39
Ontario Western 16?(i 10-s 1GJ 1CK-
Pacific Mail 17 17 16 10
Heading WJi ti 21 ?
Pullman P. C. Co 171li; 171W 171 171?
Hock ltland 71J4 71t4 TOs TO:,,
Southern Pacific stiff, i'4J4 2I;d Sl'j
St. Paul Wi 04Js fi4 ftUj
tugnr 'Irnst. MX !)A $ S1J4
Tennessee Coal & Iron I5J4 ls)i 1! I&J4
Union Pacific li"-4 1914 19 W
W esteru L'uiou b5U, ,s.yf, b5V :-o-
W. tUt 13)4 W)s "ft 13)4
W. & L 11 preferred 4'Jj !( 49,, 49
Chicago Hoard of Trade.
Open.i High. Low. j Close.
New York Cotton.
I Op'g High. Low 'Close
March I '....I
April 7.41 , 7.47 7.41 7.45
May 7149 7.54 7.4s 7.5:!
Juno 7..V,! 7.01 7.50 7.C0
July 7.U1 7.00 7.CS 7.IW
August 7.C7 ! 7.1 7.66 7.73
Ucptember. j !
Chicago, Marth21. Wheat steady; cash 5S';
3!ay,3SK:July,39;('. Corn steady; cash. 35;&
May,S74(nJ:July,aS. Oats easy; cash, SOX;
Mny,:.1)fC: July, 27t. Pork-Higher; May. 10.!)3;
July, 10.9-,. Lnnl higher; May. (i.3iK; July, 0.15.
Short ribs higher: May, fl;0; July, 5C7.
ltyo quiet, ih. Flaxseed firm, l.7f. Prime
timothy seod firm, 1.25.
From tho Philadelphia I!ecord-
It is a curious fact that, whilo lithography
has made immense strides in recent years,
especially since tho introduction of steam
power presses, tho lithographic stones used
in such great quantities all come Irom ouo
quarry nt Sohuhoren. in Bavaria. Though
ether quarries havo been discovered, notably
iu Cauada, none has been found equal, in
compactness of grain and in point of recep
tivity to tho touch of tho artist's pencil, to tho
Bavarian stone. Neither, it is said, are tho
stones now imported equal to thoso obtained
thirty years aco. Nearly all tho lithogtaphio
artists prefer to draw upon a repolished old
stone rather than on "a newly quarried one.
The present cost of tho best slats is about
twenty-flvo cents a pound, and they weigh as
high as 300 pounds. Philadelphia has always
been a strong center of the art, and an im
mense amount of lithographic work is done
in this city for all parts of the country.
His .Manner Pleased Her.
Shoemaker Well, don't any of theso shoes
suit you, miss?
Miss Fllpperly Oh, yes, indeed, but vou
havo such a delightful war -- Ioi t'uem up
I thought I would try on several pairs more.
The public should not forget that Justh's
Old Stnnd (personal column) is a steady ad
vertiser in The Times. It will pay to watch
MAKCH 22, 1894.
EW NATIONAL THEATEB.
Annual Engagement 01 the Famous
'.a&ssa ROBIN HOOD.
Friday Evening-TIIE MAID OF PLYMOUTH-.
Next Week Hoyt's "A Texas Steer."
scats now on saie.
When You Buy
Your New Hat
You'll undoubtedly require It to be of
the latest style, of good quality ma
teria!, and becoming.
Then thcro'a every reason why your
SPUING HAT should be obtained here.
The fiylca of our Hats aro the latest,
their qualities the best, and perfect fit
makes them becoming. Their prices
$2.50 to $4.00.
Spring style Silk Hats, $5 and 10.
EASTEK NECKWEAH In an elegant
assortment at 60 CENTS.
Loeb & Hirsh,
Men's Hatters and Outfitters,
912 F Street N, W,
THE RUSH BEGINS
AT 8 O'CLOCK!
We are selling the entire Spring stock of Ed
ward, tho cIothler,for:nerIy of Eighth and Ilroad
w ay. New York, at forty cents on the dollar. We
bought the stock from the sheriff of Kings
county, at the drop of tho hammer, and the
price paid w ab ridiculously low. We are going
to make short work of It bO cents buys 12 torth.
READ EVERY LINE.
Young .Men's Clay Worsted Suits 3
buttoc hack Coat 32 inches long
very "s wulp Edward's price, f IS Q -Our
1,000 rftlrs of Trousers All Wool
French Worsted rlegant patterns .
Edward's price, 1D Our price.... ?475
1,000 pairs ileus Oray Hair Lino -Pants
Jleu'a Double and Single-breasted
Klack Cheviot buits strictly pure
wool Edward's price, $16 Our C
21 en's Fine Dress Trousers hair lino
stripe Edward's price, $3.20 Our n -price
Dark Gray Children's Suits Ed- r
ward's price, ft SO Our price pl.yU
Children's Three-piece Suits Ed- ..
ward's price, 613 Our price 0"5
.Men's English Clay, Itegent Cut Dress
Suits elegantly tailored and trim
medEdward's price, $33 Our TT r
price pl 1-5U
Men's Double-breasted Scotch Tweed
faults Edward's price, $13.75 Our
Children's Suits very best material,
sowed with silk Edward's price, $J & O
Our price S.oy
Hoys Suits latest Broadway styles
single or double-breasted Cashl
meres, Cheviots, and Worsteds EJ- - qf
ward's price, $13 Our price. t?5 5
Dovetail Coats and Vests, English Di-
agonal, silk or eatin lined ?I I.OU
100 citra-size Suits for large men up
to size 50 ?9'20
200 Children's Suits, sizes I to 10 real
value, f3 Our prico
00 dozen Corduroy Kneo Pants.
H. FRIEDLANDER & BRO,
Ninth and E N. W.
BUILDING THE BATTLE-SHIPS.
The Cramps Workmen Arc Getting Many
Ocean .Monarchs Heady.
Thero aro three government ships now un
dergoing the finishing process at Cramp's
ship yards, which tho company hopes to turn
over to tho Xavy Department by the 1st of
October. Theso are tho battle-ships Indiana
nnd Massachusetts and the fast protected
cruiser Minneapolis, the latter beinp; a sister
ship of the pcericss Columbia. The Massachu
setts has been placed in the government dry
dock nt the League Island navy yard In order
that her screws may be placed in po-ition.
Whilo in tho docks the ship's lottom will
be scraped and painted. In about three
weeks the Massachusetts will be given her
dock trial, and on June 1, if all goes well, her
unofficial trial trip will take place. The
Massachusetts is a sister ship to the Indiana,
which was tested so successfully two weeks
ago. The latter ship goes into the dry dock
to-morrow, nnd will be sent on her official
trial trip oil tho coast of Massachusetts about
Thesi battle-ships aro built for stability and
steadiness rather than S eeit. There is no
doubt, however, that both will exceed tho
guarantee of flueen knots an hour. The ship
that exeitrs more interest than any other now
in course of coastru :'..ou at Cramp's yard is
the cru'.ser MInneal oils. Th.s vessel is al
most an exact counterpart of the Columbia,
tha difference, being in the arrangemtnt of
tlie lire room, which gives the former moro
grate space nnd slightly more boiler power.
This difference gives the Minneapolis but two
smokestacks, whereas tho Columbia has
Although the first trial trip of the 31iune
apolis will not take place until Juno 13, the
men employed in her construction havo
already begun to sjicak of her as "the twen-ty-rour-kno:ter."
Almost everybody con
nected with the firm believes that the Minne
apolis will prove a world beater, and that she
will exceed the Columbia's unprecedented
record of &! S-10 knots by more than a knot.
They argue that if the Columbia's boilers had
not "foamed,'' thus ncci'ssitating a slowdown
at a critical moment, sho would have ex
ceeded 23 knots. Such an accident is not
likely to happen to the Minneapolis, and her
additional boiler power ounht to mean addi
tional speed. Altogether there seems to bo
reasons to believe that tho new cruiser will
establish a record ol nearly, if not quite, 21
k: ots an hour.
Orders having been issued by tho Navy De
partment pla.-ing the Columbia in commis
sion on April 8, her builders have increased
the already large force of workmen who aro
putting tho finishing touches on her. All of
her berth deck guns are in position, nnd the
larger guns aro expected here from Washing
ton shortly. Yesterday the scrubbers began
cleaning her sides of' the accumulation of
gri'aso and dirt. To-morrow the painters
will commence painting, everything in sight
to bo the regulation white. When all is lln
ished, the Columbia will present a beautiful
The next ship to be launched at Cramps is
tho American liner Colors. Sho will be fol
lowed li- tho St. Paul, her sister ship. Tho
big battle-ships Iowa and Brooklyn will not bo
launched until late in the Fall. When these
are completed the firm will have no moro
government work nt its yard. An improve
ment contemplated in the near future is tho
enlargement of the dry dock. It is not large
enougii for the enormous essels now bring
constructed nt tho yard, nnd for this reason
tho llrrn lluds it necessary to use tho big gov
ernment dry doelrat League Island.
Sam Barnard's Chestnut.
iJFrom the New York Press.
Last night Sam Barnard, who sings and
talks words of his own composition, deliv
ered theso lines:
"George Washington freed this country
from the British, Abrnhnm Lincoln freed tho
slaves from bondage, and Grover Cleveland
has freed the workingmun from toil.
Some Large Figures.
St. Peter's church in Rome will contain
It would take about 1,200 globes as large' n
our earth to mako oneequal insizo to Jupiter.
It i said that a frip..e bird can fly nt tho
nnool IU3 miles an hour nnd live in the air
a week nt a time, day nnd night, without
touching a roost.
Neptune takes 163 year? in making its jour
ney around the sun, so that moro than a cen
tury would havo passed away on oar earth be
fore It had completed one year.
BANKERS AND BKOKKKS,
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING,
Fifteenth Btreet. ontosite Treasury.
Branch offices Lo Droit Butldlnff, corner
Eighth nnd F streets, ami Central National Bank
Building, second floor, cornor Pennsylvania ave
nue and Soventh street. Telephone S14.
Just Received from Factory.
Elegant Stool and Scarf Free.
Terms, $10 Monthly.
W. W. KIMBALL CO.,
Corner 12th and F Sts. N. W.
WE ARE MAXUrACTPHEBS.
W. C. Mora Jonx Schneider.
.MOTZ A. SCIINEIUEII,
487 I'cnnsjUania Avenue Northwest.
ALL GOODS MADE IN THIS CITY.
We take great pleasure in Informing yotl
that wo, the undersigned, havo opened a firet
clasB merchant tailoring establishment at 47
Pennsylvania aTenue northwest. W. C. Motz,
having been connected with L Hamberger JC
Sons for tlfteen years and lately with M. Dyren
forth & Co., and Mr. Schneider being a practical
cutter nnd tailor, places ns in a position to give
any order you favor ns with our pergonal and
most careful supervision, as all our work Is
made in Washington by competent union work
men. Mr, Charles Sackcr, an experienced and
thorough cutter. Is also associated with us.
Hoping to bo favored with a sharo of yoor
patronage,wo are, respectfully,
W. O. JIOTZ.
You Can Enter Our Doors
At All Times
With tho feeling that
Nowhere on earth can you
Get more for your money
Than you can here.
Is on our counters.
Haines' Washington Store,
Cheapest Storo In tho city,
fcth aud l'enna. Ave. S. E.
Special Sales During our
Grand Easter Millinery
Wednesday, Thursday and Friday,
March SI, 2" and 3X
Don't fail to attend Our Opening. It will re
mind you of a regular Millinery Paradise.
Haines' Washington Store.
,W. C. NEWTON & CO,
ritEYUNG MACHINEP.Y AND SUPPLIES.
COllrLETE ETOCK OF
INKS AND LATEST FACES OF TYPE.
Estimates on Job and Newspaper Outfits.
CiMHl D SIHEET X. W.
W. J. THOROWGOOD,
WALL TAPERS, DECOKATIONS,
HOOM MOULDINGS, SHADES, &c
Fresco and Plain Painting.
Estimates cheerfully given.
1111 Fourteenth Street N. W.
Allied Printing Trades
Council of Washington.
To Trade Unionists:
Your attention is called to the fact that print
ing of any character not bearing this Label
of the Allied Printing Trades Council will
,K, b ng
sHNGl IMS. as well as
those who are inendlj- to organized labor, aro re
quested to d email J th- same. If your faroreU
printiag houss does not have the Label It Is be
cause they are not entitled to it or have not
made application for it. In either caso they can
tret it by complyiu? with the regulations povern
iuc its Issuance. A list of offices who have com
plied vriih the regulations and who havo the
.Label will be famished on application. Address
all communications to
'fno$- F. Mahek, Trs'l, carc31 ESt., X. W.
II. O'Dosxell, bec'y, caro G3 AcfaerSLtX.E
THEY ARE SATISFIED.
Who? Why all thoso who have ever purchased
anything at the Library Pharmacy. They sell
tho finest chemicals, drucs, etc. and the most
delicious soda wator in the city. Their prescrip
tion department is presided over by high grado
graduates of pharmacy
THE L1I1KAKV PHARMACY,
S. W. Cor. Penn. Ave. and Second St. S. E.
Dr. J. W. HODGES, Prop. Wasulngton, D. 0.
FIGURES WON'T LIE.
THOUGH Ol'U STORE IS NOT A
IN OUR DEALINGS WE ARE
AND OUR STOCK, LIKE A
F. P. WELLER, druggist;.
EiGirrn and i streets s. e.
JE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY.
Buy your Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, Shirts,
x-uuis., etc., irom
12T3 Eleventh street southeast.
And notice how much you save.
OrncE or Sctervislng Architect,
rpHE CONTRACT FOR INTERIOR FINISH OF
X. public bulldim; at Lowell, Mass., was this
diyawaided to E. Knrnshaw .fcSon, of Chicago,
11L. In amount of ijSO.TUO. Timo of completion,
Also, contract for interior finish, plumbing,
etc , of building at Staunton, Va . to Richardson
sJJnrgess, of 1121 F street n. w., Washington, D.
C, for 515JCM. Time, seien months.
OKAS L. ULAN TON, Architect's Ofilco.
llarch 20, 1391.
G. L WILD'S BROS. & GO.
709 Seventh Street N. W.
PIANOS, ORGANS, AND
ron cisn or. on east terms.
Sheet Jtusi-, JIusic Boots and Strings. Tuning
aad Repairing Piuu: and all Musical Instru
ments a Specialty and I'rlcoj to suit tho times.
d. L. WILD'S BROS. & CO.,
71)1) Seventh Street X. W.
Dependable Every Time.
The goods mado to order by Wanamaker &
am all that remain before Easter
Sunday. Nothing ruins the effect
of o now Spring Suit any quicker or
moro effectually than an unsightly
Tou will need a pair of "raten
Leathers" they are here in th
fashionable needle too Oar price,
. The newest shapes and shadei
In "Jtussets" at $3 a pair band-
Havenner & Davis
928 and 930 F Street N. W.
STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION
GERMANLV LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF NEW YORK
On tbo 31st day of December, 1393, as required tf
aci 01 congress approveu 4 my s.v, ksz.
CAPITAL STOCK. 1200,000.
CAPITAL STOCK PAID CF 200,000.
Cash on hand and in banks and In
transit (since received) t?G6,d is
Real estate 2).S39 TT
State, city, and railroad bonds.. . 5,059,10 Si
Loans on bond and mortgage, flrst
. lien 9,9&evai 3
Loans on this company's policies
and other securities 71 .'.Ml SS
Interest and rents duo and accrued 119,131 72
Uncollected and deferred premiums
(net). 4J3.193 H
Legal resen-e on outstanding poli
cies and reserve for extra risks,
4H Per cent $16,483,203 73
Unadjusted poller claims and dM-
dends 158,033 11
Surplus as regards policy holders
(including cash capital).. 2,048.599 93
Disbursements during six months
preceding January 1, 1S9I:
Claims by death, matured endow
ments, annuities, dividends, and
surrender values paid. $S92,530 St
Dividends and interest paid to
stockholders 7,000 00
Current expenses. Including taxes. 367,11! 73
Total tl.2G6,Gf.S 41
State of New York. County of New York, u.;
Before me personallyiippeared Hugo Wesen
donck. president, and Hubert Cillls. secretary
of the Germanla Lifo Insurance Company, who,
being dnly sworn, deposo and say that the fore
going statement Is correct and true, and that
they are the above described oclcers of said
(icned) II. WESENDOXCK. President
(Signed) H. C1LLIS, Secretary.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me, this 23th,
DAY OF FEBRUARY. 1M)I.
(Signed) GCSTAV MEIDT. Notary Public.
IL IL BERGMANN. Agent.
311 7th street, N'. W.
AT TIIE TOP OF TIIE HEAP. WE SAY SO,
everyone says so, and it is so, for we offer
fancy rates for gents discarded garments. Send
for us; will call quick. JUSTH'S OLD STAND,
C19 I street northwest.
T OST A GOLD LOCKET CONTAINING
X-i photo March 18. S3 reward 11 returned to
'J North Capitol st.
LOST A BUCK PURSE, WITH 6 AND TWO
trunk keys, on Mnssichusetts ave., bet. X.
Capitol and First sts., Saturday afternoon. Re
turn to 622 N. Capitol st Liberal reward.
MONEY TO LOAN.
HONEST PARTIES CAN GET SMALL LOANS
at bnce. National Loan and Investment
Company. 613 E St. n. w. A. C. GLANCY, Sec.
"V7 ANTED CUSTOMERS FOP. CLOTnLNG TO
1 order on. credit; gents Cpo clothing to
order on liberal terms of credit. Agent will call.
Address TAILOR. TIMES oface.
OYS TO SELL THE TIMES.
YOU CAN MAKE
rAXTED CANVASSERS AND ROUTE BOYa
Apply at this office between 11 and 12.
fEN, WOMEN AND CHILDREN WHO ARE
..tl ruptured to nnd a cure without operation
or interference wiih daily occupation. WASH
INGTON HERNIA INSTITUTE, 1110 F St.
Br YOUNG GERMAN WHO CAN HANDLE
horses and do general housework. Apply
1223 E st u. w.
A NY ONE DESIRING A COOK, cnAMBER
ilmalLl, or one to do general housework. Pleass
call at 2106 N. Y. ave. nw.
FOE BENT E00JIS.
I70R RENT TWO NICELY" FURNISHED
. front rooms; all modern improvements;
splendid location; near car lines. 21 1 st nw.
IJiOR RENT NICELY' FUR. FRONT ROOM,
i? -with board; terms reasonable. 41S 2d st cw
FOE BENT HOUSES.
OOn THIRTEENTH ST. X. W., 7 ROOMS.
iiU'r bath, cellar and stable. Fine front
and back yards. S23.30 per moi.ii. Apply 1215
S st n. w.
FOE SALE HOUSES.
BY" AUGUST DOX.Vril. 611 Tra ST. XW. I
have a number of new brick houses north
east, 6 rooms, bath, cellar, furnace, etc., a really
desirable home, that I can sell on very easy
terms. Honest men are requested to investigate.
Write or cnIL
1 ' FST. NE; A NEW6-ROOM PRESSED
ID I ( brick house; a. m. L: lot 17xS0 to 12 ft
alley, 83.300: 4100 cash; $23 month; 10 notes a
year: open Sunday. FRANK L. HANCOCK &
CO., Cor. 13th and G sts. NE.
T(X Lira ST. NE.; NEW 6-ROOM, BATH.
( IO a. m-i., pressed-brlck house, 3,500; 3100
cash, $20 month; newly papered: reception
hail: flno finish: 10 notes a year; opn Sunday.
FRANK L, 1LlNCOCK JS CO., Cor. 13th and G
O.JQ 12nl ST. SE.; NEW 6-ROOM BRICK
JmO house; a. m. t; newly papered; near Lin
coln park; fine location: $1,230; $300 cash and tH
monthly. FRANK L. 1HNCOCK, owner, 1213
HOUSE AND LOTS (OR WILL BUILD TO
order) on small monthly payments. L J.
BAKER OWNER, Langdon, 1). C
LOTS-ONE TO TWELVE ACRES; EASlT
terms; twelvo miles from town, half a raila
from station, school, postoQlce,and stores; partly
covered with great shady oaks: healthy; good
water. Address LAUREL, this office.
FOE EXCHANGE 0E SALE.
Tft ACHES OF LAND XEARMUIRKIRKSTA
O I U tion, B. & O. IL It On line of electric car
and boulevard. Well timbered; wood enough to
pay for land. No gronnd In immediate nelggj
borhocd for less than $101). Can be bought at
$23 per aero. See A. IIEIIREND, 617 E st n. w.
A COMPLETE SODA-WATER AND BEER
bottllng establlsiiment; will be sold cheap:
outfit almost new; rare opportunity for good
man. Apply at C2t Seventh street southwest
7 ANTED GOVERNMENT PRINTERS AND
I binders to tiatronfzo rar first-class tailor
shop. Good work, and prices reasonable. Near
tho G. 1. O. X. CUNOVbR, 400 I st nw.
TT'OR SALE A QUARTEIMIOR ,E POWEK
X motor and three fans for a 10-foot ceiling;
In good order, at HOY'S Hotel. Stn and D sts. nw.
GORDON U MEDIUM PRESS, WITH STEAM
fixtures, body and ob type: complete oo
office; trade established. Apply at the office, 711
Q st nw.
(The public to know a good whole
WAXTEIHsorae lunch, the best In tho city,
(Is always ready at
THE PURE DAIRY LUNCH,
033 D st uw.,near Times office.
T EOAL BLANKS.
1-1 LAW FRINTLNa
THE LAW EEP0ETEE COMPANY,
Printers and Stationers.
Law printing. 313 Fifth st. n. v.
M. W. MOORE,