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23D TEAR NO. 6,909 WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY EVENING, DEOEriJETt i, 1S00. PRIOJS TWO OiNfS. -irifrMurtN X0'& l.OUAI. XY15ATIJKK roilMOAST. r Me IXttrict of OsfrrmWa, ilmjtnnrl, I trtii, m, North Cnrriina anil Senth Ctir nlinn.rnnh tin Irnhl. fnirwmlhrr; northerly tin ' BARGANS. E arc not going out 6f business. We are HOT overstocked, nor have we bought the left over TRASH of some DE FUNCT manufacturer, but every garment in our store to-day is a bargain, Every Suit, every Overcoat, every pair of Troascrs is a BAR GAIN because by our AMERICAN method of business we take no man's MONEY without giving him the FULL VALUE in seasonable and serviceable merchandise. The newest and nobbiest Overcoats in the market arc to be found on OUR coun ters. Come in and sec them. They arc sure to please you. Robinson, Parker & Co. AMERICAN CLOTHIERS, S. I. Corner .Seventh nml Il.Nls. ,Y. tV Hl'KUIAl- XITIUtiS. jgyLKAMNQ INSTRUMENT. DECKKK IIHOS "I WEI1EH ....... i FI-M.HEK lIAN03 T-STEY f IS tlis I'O.ND .....' KeTEY OHCIAJW. M ! rate i.tlcn. gasr tanas. OH iattra ii. nts taken In prt naytnunt. ThsMjc and sei'jirinif- Tell beaa lass. Sandkhu & Otayxav. FRANK BUTl.KK, Manager, tH r Straet X. w. " ; i V rtl t uarles Street, Baltimore. r gut Bread Mr t. Kkutaoad. Va. r v lm if-TQ W HOM ITXAT COXCKKX' 111'- ,ime lias arrived when vwrsoa wh wo i on must par taamorloMlktireradit. Ji" cot uke uInh whan you raeelve our j in i, but Ifyoa are uaaM to pa? ao and ?i it f roe arraagamsiit with tan party Jssa wo low ajd a satUaasat. W l.atwv want ii pnUiiuil for uer uutr- i ai.t against that etaaa of fstMM whoeaa. i ' wilt not, i ay tkatr Mils. 11(8 i ergons weo bare faiiad to aalM hit . rrangemeat for imtUafr tnetr Wtl altar av Ii s teas properly aotUUtti. wtti be -, rtnl to the numtiar of the Merehaats' MjtLil I'rocettne Vidua Paeemsar I a ua vt yofiredit Ml,:- as-otiatloB amta-aces ssarihaau. da i - iawyer uad all utbar himnrssaii, trade U ! , i.ic-loa. vi i.i.j.c unalitn will send la list of ,r.i i- ..! troa who asve faitai te settle n-a-..? arra lupunaa tharatat to tbas fur i..it t B WKWlf. MaMjwa, ji :ii- i rut ral j,"-"n' lUaaTfiuQbag. rjj- iiH DALY, r l.tliUsjiraj ua Pa. as. a w., w !-t. qdUetaWtBi HMH MA Wtfc .' o ry JiicriMtiNII JU MM ppjtjaj- lgT KBilOVAL. HijuuiiteliaajtojBW). fcHl1iUilMMH"ftl L l.M i t us, BgiC AjMUg. mmwkWMf nrraim. .. Jaul - Mad aid A.U fiajju ieiA ud.i Attuwtiua eivaa aaaut. . lai - uiun. AMjg MH4MWM;4 VJUL k i -1 haiUuM Mmmn Ml Umi 10 K.AUW WlSJIi. &. . -Luu..u SCablMtM. ; a." ei' ii w u Sl'HOIAI. NdTIOrtS. (as eeSitiMtitt, rnvmmtH lurebWN imwlft ty wMh thy enn jy Itnrtt m Mn, ilarinn tmakrt htraM tth KATtOXAt. CAPTTAt. BASK on ran WKST BSD XATTOSAf, BAJCK. Itltl M after iMStii of mtb mmih will iwthe mtltrmi Jo tk drwsmt t rm 1,9W) eWc iwt. WASIltNOTOS OASUOUT C&Ml'ASY. BOTSWf a, lfTO TUB 11 BL1C. . yStfSfZ'1?1. from it rm of KHMOSS A BROW S, I Inke h'wsfira In iBformlnir my frttil ami the t"imlo that I oan re foiiml at my office, BOI Tenth street n.w, where I am cnmltirtltic a reneral IlEAl. BSTATK, LOAN anil INSUtUNCK DLSINna1?. lromtvt ami ironnl attention gWen toall matters rlaceilln my hfliiiU. Iteapectfully, JamksF. Biiown, . . .. ni Tenth street n. w. Telephone Call n g. norW lm Kar-Arnoros the RTittNaEScr op THE TIMES. In llieo times of tlie apparent lne tsrl y of matiy teourltte the shrewit and eontervntlvB InTMtor U rery apt to turn to Life Iinnrnnee as the best of all Mfe InvestmenU. Here are a few of the ailrantaitos: You lv In small Installments. You run no risks. You get from -1 to 5 per cont. com pound Interct. You seetiro protec tion. Your heir roeelre tho amount of our policy should you die and you recehc nearly a muoh again as you par In should you lire until It matures. You also receive this money when you may want It most In your declin ing years. Why hcltatc about making such a safe, sensible and profltAblo lnyot ment? You cannot di better with your money, llaio jour life Insured. Bowks 1 Tall, The Koullahlo Llfo AMurance Society, nov-lm litwr street n.w. g-grTOTiiEia'nLiC! In making contracts for brickwork Joseph V . Collins, Sltorstreet northwest, wanta to adrlse the imblle that he Is still ceetnictlar, for all btlckwork. 1'roinpt attaiitlon to work guaranted. norW-lm frai-iiAituKn a ucmw. 5y Eleventh and 0 streets, Anrotincti the Followla: Ilargtlss for O.NK WKK ONLY: Itoaer's Teaspoons Oteparset OnllDary I'rke !l.per"t Slatr Handle Carvers, fully ettsr- anteed Jl. per pair Ordinary rlce $IA)iirpalr Crown limine MaohlB HJOaaeh Ordinary price SI each OW Itellabla Clothes wringer SI.7Saach Our Kntlte Line of fcclssors at 10 l'r Cent. Discount. Coallloils, lslnclio Wo Ordinary price ma Ako a r"ult Line of Gas and Oil Btotas, Pelt Wwitlier StrlfM. Furniture Uandla and SItfchanlcs' Tools. OAIUiERA IlOW, HARWAHK AND CUTLKRV. Oiolte Ikntoo Dry Goods Houm. GOVERNMENJ GOSSIP. IXIHAJ. COMMISalONRR IlEAlTOIfTKI. Joceph T. Jhi'oU of Ann Harbor, SHcliigsD, was loilay reappoIntl by tliu I'refclilent a member of the Jloanl of ImtUn Commlionrs. Thk Axoki ti Owks f 10.300 Di rv. AwUtant !cretsty Snauldlng of the iranry Deiwutment lias rciMlerutl a ilet'Uloa lioltlliig that tbe UoBiUman of lu lamotts tMlntinie. "ibe Auelm," are !1M for $tu,500 duty on tbe nalat lajf. Xo NkW FKOK TUB I.VDH.NS. No m8 bai beH reivtl at the War IV partmcBt to day relullaj: to tbe 4tua lloa fa tbo Wet. Tbe lodiau sem to bt' arowiMj; qubler every day, ami it is bolJeved tbat tlut told weatbar will alose prove sutlicieut to pteveat aay outbreak at iwtwet. A W Wkixu to Vemkij. Tb IJgbt IIoum Hoard bas placed a xas-lightwl buoy, Miated red, to mack tbe daogar oua wrtck of tbe SpasUk teauir Viwoya, off liaraagalh, X. J. Tbe Mew bouy U in twelve fatboau of water, Sftti vards Bortbweat frotn tbe wreck of tbe Yiaeoya and 300 yards east south east from tbe wreik of tbe sebooor Coralius ilargrate. a the 1'uKMDEVr Awos tb calWrs at tbe Wblte House to day were SeMlots Iliacock. Stafford, llltcbell, IHtUsib. Cuiloui, MajHkriAB, Paddock and liiiftttaa, Keoreaeutativea I.acy, WUaoa of Kentucky. vau, Towaaead. Butterworth, witb Xnjor Jawea Cama bell, Sliifo, Irelaad Maker, witb UU hob, CoioiMsl Cbarl 4. Baker, of Oatak I'akoU. Oeaeral Makoue. Mr IHvbi oweUof IudiaaapoUs, lad.. Juatke Hubs ad ex CioKeraor Murray of Vlab, asd Wedeft U'KeU of Covlj?i, Kunta, i tosttsHMMl yaitk - stesyy bjaa iitii oiiittftfti l& ClSnyio tt iasse0tiMMr stth tk H'oai's CosfcNa- uMtWea. Cupula iofcit W. thit kai kssea re- Mayu faoia duiv aa a utaaaittr at tM faajrtl of 1 BaisTtbji ajul ivt wy ajaii Iq take yoama,svl of tk C'lWtata Jobu A. Howell will bs re- uf tk arrival of kto relief m upua wauwf otdwa. yitBJjftctlt to vtal! mm borta alrtyiH' tlia 0ujf IHIftjt fog tbj0 PiMfjitiaB of ajyseMjajC It ssssal tttajtlojB fog tk tsttflsssslk Mtrtiil of a dy duck, woet at tke tobiM Uouae k Birrow. Tbey will thea ie ss ti& sal Mocta lo vlali aadi 1m kat diittium to (true! and arrase H Ike delaU fog tkeir work. lM'tiinNriETAt. Kaiimtav Com Mlaaliiil l'ke IpJbvrisisHiiiiWlal KU ay t'liiuiiiiiialop, wlabi- Ii oa uomJ of dVU'Kaieg frum ike hrBiL Ajpcrk.aii, btld lt mnvial twv'r at At Stete 1 Vparunttt at uooo tiaay. Secsetary bd-' prtsidtfd ajul veU.0JMd CIl-MItilt!. I bi' ibt lUU lib 'la ul lkituiUl liu l t. uiiiktbc of a v?ry rent enterpfffe. that sbAll draw closer together gonth Ametlca, Centra Ametfc.i ami Xt)rth America lhat shall cement In clncr and m ire cordial terms many nallorrt ami he a btncflt to the prwnl gerrerntloti and lh millions iinhnrn." At the conclusion of fecreUrr lllslne's speech Mr II. .1 Casaalt wavs elected permanent preMent of Ihe Cvmmllo, he liavlng been ?electel by a committee composed nf Delegates llomem, Cahle ron and Dm Is. After trnactln btwl new of minor linportance the r.mTen tlon wljonrned to meet next ThnrsrUy at No. 1010 Vermont avenue. Tbe delegates In atlentHnce today were: II. .1. Cassalt, Henry G. D.rvls, United Slates; Learnlm Fernamler. Mexico, Jacob Hair. Gualcmnla and Honduras; Iliiseelnln Vollo, Oostu Hlca; Cllmsco Calderon, .Itillollentfo, Fretl rlco l''arrara, Colombia; Sir. llomero, Kcttndor, N. Ilolet reran, Vcnenelj P. C. C. Zegnrra. leru, M. i:iuera, .Tolin Plcwart, Paiaguny, and .T. G. Vn knte, llrarll. I'lXTJtASTKna Ai'rotXTEti. The fol lowing postmasters have been ap pointed by the President: lvdwln I. Ilcnnetl, Paso Hobles, Cal., Mrs. Susan I. Drahe, Colusa, Cal.; Nils Klllcrup, lllnck Hawk, Co). ; Charles O. Force, Vnldosta, Ga , John Husln Knowlllc. Iowa; John AV. Ptocker, Logan. Iowa, S. Ary. Maplclon, Iowa; Fred Kreuger, Hays City. Kan., John W. Graves, Norton. Knn., Charles I). Wood, Win throp, Maine, Samuel Owens, Tower, Minn.; James llrooks, St. Joseph. Mich., John M. Fltchpattlck, Hob rou, Neb . Alex. II. Weed, Tl conderga, N. Y.; AVtn. 11. Gamble, Akron, Olilo; Truman C. Manrer, I'ortst City, I'n.j.lohn U. Gatlln. D.ir llngton Court-Houso, S C., CtmrlcoM. Norton, Cnlxcrt, Texas: Klmnre A. Knssell, Pnrl. Texas. Will Roberts, Fair Haven, Vt.; Ole P. Stevenson, Mcnomonle, Wis , David W. Weaver, ltonccrvcrte, W. Vn. The President to day appointed Mrs. Anita It. McICcc of Mississippi to be receiver of public monies at Jackson, Miss. A Disi-UTRt) Hiii. Assistant P.ij. clncers Asscrson, Prlndlo and McCal low, composing the board appointed to examtnu the proposals submitted for a timber dry dock at Port Royal, S. C. lmc submitted their report lo Commo doic Fatiitihnr. Tbo bids were Justin McCnrthr, Wnshlnglon. $ll.S,01.1; R. 0. Packard, New York city. !?ITI,000: J. R Slmt) son V Co.. iNew York city, $ I0;.5:t'), and C. J. Stolbrand of Charleston. S. C. IJ320.CS0. and tho board recom mends tho acceptance of It G. Pack aid's bid with certain modlilcatlons In his plans. Simpson A Cn. protesIoJ aualnst the consideration of tbo other bids on ac count of alloged Informalities, and Commodore Fnniubnr In transmitting Ibe report to Secretary Tracy concurs In all Its recommendations, and siys that If Slniison Ar Co. 'a obtectlnns wcra sustained he would fuel juitlOed In awarding the contract to them. If PAckanl's bid innnt lie accepted the bureau recommends the rejection of all proposals and the issue of a new advertisement. TlIK VvCAXtV (IX THK I.VTEIfiT VTK CiMBiRis C5iMiiaio.N. Uufore the late election it was vlrtuallv settled that Interstate Commerce Commissioner Scboonmaker was to be his own suc cessor, and that tbe boar,d was to re main Democratic for another year. Railroad have no politics. Mauy of tbcm, Including tbe New York Cen tral, bavlne for its president the great Chauncey Dejiew, favored Pcboon. maker's reappointment, and there was no sign of opposition. Tbe result of the election changed the situation, and the place la now asked forsomeoneof tho many faithful Repub licans who would be "equally good for tbe roads, and for Mr. Depen. The friends of Republican applicants say tbat eten Cleveland, civil service reformer as be vm, made haste to put a majority of Democrats into the civil service, tbe District of Columbia and tbe I'tab bob pattlwiu commissions. Republicans say tbat a refusal to appoint a competent Re publican In place of Sboomaaker would be rank Ingratitude, as well as a hurtful concession sail surrender to corporate interests and detuatuls, wbkb tbe uiiblle will understand aad reseat. AuY Note. Paymaster William P. 'I ucker bas been directed to go to Fort Mejer, Wakbingtou lUrrackg, Fort Mclleary aad Fort Monroe awl pay tbetrtMiwat tboae stations to No vember 30. !MW. ( adt Jawes J. MeKvlUy of tbe fourth class, I'. . X. A., bas been granted leave of absence until May I, 181. oa accouat of sickueas. At tbe es4ilio of tbat tlaiebe will have kls eyes eaiuld by a aaedbal board. Privates lleary liouy, CbaHea II. Marshall, Michael A Sullivan, Latvia Gibbous aad Jobs M. Willbtuw have beta diacharged. i Quarter master Sergeaal Heary I loltuee has beesi ordered lo report fog duly at Fort Yates, North Dakota. Quarter utaateg Sergeant Howard Ir viog has beest osdwed to tepott fog duty at Fort Apache, ArUoaia Terri tuiy. Private Charles Mosto has bestsi dis chagggti, havtasg tatl Ifciaal Vifjw fahss pteteskMia- Prlvale Frmk Kapiaftts has bee di chajged wsthottt a 4es. 0doce SeigearU )faiioswa Savage bas been, ordered to ituty at Xewport Iburackk, Ky. t'aiMal Joaepb T. Uatkcli, Tweasy thijr4 Isfaistgy, his hswsi r raislrsf ossa SUMash a isntve of ahsKcst Kvtiom. vom Sun. Uwsk. -A,ct um l''TiwiifaHrr Belt of the ladia iMate has fogwasdsjd to that Scaeat of the lniesior a siak-meet showing the vWfHfffl of rJUbms ofl hajMl at thsr varbNis ImlfM axesuies agid the ajsv'iiiUs sequfced to nake up dststeiesschss, to efdsv to fvuelau full quota as prowUtd forbs the xtrwaserrt of mi. CM July 1. the UKUig of the pfjg, lltttj, '$T. tlWH) Wsb M Wht s9ftft um. m,U coc. S8.Q33 . sugar. m,m, coss. s.iu'.a&a. taiasw. yu.fria, these supolh is WM& U. V4t wi the 'tmmnm." IPnm. munat, Isac. 4 Ms. Thorn t. Kijb of Mm Awsefka Jkst 4tmbt Hob of Xew Yogk.iajsj here yaateiday to gBaJji ajrffaBffl'lfcTS'Bts rfihtprMB " of yifce stiou.) nisttUfse o4 the ikasteiiis" to FraATir feitt hsus gikeelvaii a cable graw f ros Paris uiak.iii a (n,'aaptgy order for its cvlur. Nlw Ut tuaiS ul lUc ojrajta. 1 ,on Dei 4 -Tbe sUuia-ar iiu tn. i.i j fr.Ui Nw Vi Ul lUiUtar AT THE GflPITOL THE PENSION APPROPRIATION HIM, IN THE HOUSE. fi LftROELY mim CIYIL LIST. Richard Vaux Urgtd to Gmital for a Seat in the Next Oe&grasi. CHARGING FRAUD AGAINST M'ALEER, Et-Oov. Fwtr Duress of Rn-Enttrlag PuWie Life Toksco Tax Rebate to Be Considers To-Msrrsw. At 3 o'clock this afternoon the Re publicans tn the Senate bucked up against the Force bill again and pro cctdid on the course which they hare decided to adopt, displte the fart tbat public sentiment is against them. There was only one new feature In the day's talk nbout this bill, and it hail reference to tho nctlon of the Farmers' Alliance yesterday in declaring ngaln9t it. That action hnd some ciTccl. but only In a general wny. The men who took It represent so many voters that It could not but have sonic lntluenre. This Is especially the case with the Western nnd Northwestern men. They nre not yet pledged to the bill nnd that they may yet kick over the traces is by no means an Improbability. Rut the Republican leaders do not allow this to disturb thorn. They are coing right abend with their scheme. It may, how ever, be lhat public sentiment will lie so strongly developed, that they miy heed It and call off their dogs. Notwithstanding nit this, there seems to be no doubt but tint the Force bill will at least pass the Senate. That will, of course. Involve ti change In the rules, whereby "Senatorial courtesy" will receive a very painful sprain. In Die Senate. The following bills were Introduced in the Senate to day ami referred: Uy Mr. Paddock, for a permanent tariff commission; by Mr. Stewart, for the free nml unlimited use of silver as money. Mr. Cockrell Introduced, at the special request of the Wage-Workers' Political Alliance of the District of Columbia, a bill to provide for the Immediate re demption of the outstanding liomls of the I'nlted States. He said that be had not read It and wai not responsible for It. It was referred to the Committee on Finance. The resolution offered yesterday by Mr. Call, directing the Superintendent of tbe LalKir Kurenu to c tmlne and report as to tbe phosphate Industry of Florida, was taken up and agreed to after lielnif amended so as to make It apply to the whole I'nlted Slates, ami to direct the Commissioner of Labor to make the examination and report. The joint resolution reported yeater day by Mr. Hawley to Issue arms to tbe State of North and South Dakota aad Nebraska was taken up. Mr. Hawley said tbat if anything was to be done in tbe matter It should be done quickly. He hoped tbat if possi ble any elaborate dlseussioa of the Indian question would be postponed. Mr. Voorbees siid tbat be did not waut to delay tbe pMsage of the joist resolution, but after what bad traasfHretl yesterday be thought it due not only to himself but to Geserul Miles, as well as to the eoualry. to submit sowe matter wbieu uad since come to lus band. Tbe joint resolution reported yester day by Mr. Haw ley to issue arms to tbe States of North and South Dakota aad Nebraska was taken up. Mr. Yoorkee read from tbe Ciocla rutti Ktmurr aa interview with es Governor Foster, who had recently strved oa aa Indian t'owwisstosi, w bereia Mr. Foster stated tbat la hu opUUva tbe whole trouble arose from bad porky, lacottipeteary of some 0h eialk and starvation of the ladiaa. Mr. Yonthees said that was the reason be woubl rather vt-te for the issue of rations than for arm. Mr- Dawes and Mr. Teller defended the attsaJnistfatsrMi of the Indian dajaart mgat and fr. ijUiaosi atiggMsstaf, that In ossier Id ieobe the HSftttof la ties) hot Nun an iaqairy ha matte, although he did not believe the trouble arose from tile mlatsesunsent of the Indians The joint resolution was passed. went over until to moaow. fog the ajt iMtntuMTnt ft finittitftfr? of lqitiiy tffi 4 Xasttan trouble. The Sssaate Usen Bscaeiiad svfsji th detfetfniftQ4l- of tits yedgyaf invlonn batt. Mr. Fugh arguing to offMl&Ht thegeto. The Hwts tiday passs4 the hstt neo- vhHsiM lor Use pttnlahtejkesst s)f sHegf guajrfllan cr other iwraosi fsst 4k wsssm xiftjsueat of um nrnsjog of his wsfd- Mr. aikintfta. i ailed up te tali to fn'tljisW the Miitlowft of nsMiiaan sjgsf naval riatgii ajfalnst 4e ("itfsalilea for pay bounty aad allowance... PfmiiniE action, thai Mftmlnir hour I WPnpassssSjn assswsa assssF vsjar"iPsMeaRssaK BPmim tijirml. ami the rjiiiis? sxejat toAo Cmsh i mJHvc of As) WlaMw osi tike Piaaii ri I A.PHVir1tM''tf hill Mr Moiiow epiaiad lhat th Wttl gtWf4Jit' i & INItysSMssil of IMptt 28 the .iww of i:W,l7a,h. sM SMtted to be diatribuU'a wesf BM,1 l'i , It-tsaknuw, tjhe lartxesi amuate ester prvviddia the latuXv of the I'eitvi The ioa bill of tb cvtrrsmt year had keen frawed upun the lak'ulitDu preat-iUed b 1U1 t'.tmi)iasiuner of l u SiuBS, undel V. Ii I .. ll fUS 100.000 L 1- I ecu an,ii.'i mud wUw ii,i u.i bii ti.L JlU .. u lUl. II a-h. in 1rs of the AppfoprtalroH Corn mlttce had been akd wltether the Mil took Into eoiwMera tron the probftbre Iwrente In th foneof the Pension Ttnrettn and trte rwponse had own that the me wit re wm framed on th rttinlrements of the then existing Mnintea. It was belle red from an Inspection of the appropriation of the precd!BB; year asm of lh e.xpentHtnres that the carenrattaMi of lite Commissioner wa snlftantially correct, and thtt, so far as e.xritlns! law was cnocerrwd. that the awrrrtnt of appropriation was sttfrtetent. He belrered that there woubl be no ftefkrency next year, tan, on Use con trary, that there would ptoTe to be a sIlRht excess of appropriation. Unpltol Notes. Clara Morris "MIm Clara" who has been doing a gltost dance about the corridor of the Capllol ever since Speaker Reel causetl 1er cnrlo aggrega tion lo levant, was more excited to-day than etcr It was Iwcause Maor Mc Klnley had eetirwt for Fetterman, the e soldier and blind newsman, a dispen sation that relieved him from tire re strlctlons of the Speaker's onler lhat rmbodv is to lie allowed to sell anything In the House wing of the Capitol build ing. Fetlerman was allowed lo take a chair in the main cortldor leading to the lloor of the House and sell papers. He did a pretty good business, and the sight of him at It made Miss Clam kick in the most approved nnd leorous re calcitrant style, l'.ut it did no 'good. Fetterman is a fixture. Clara, however, started a report about him that Is cal culated to injure his business and also embodies a side wipe at Mr. McKlnley who stands I'etlcniian's sponsor. She gave It out that Fetterman might sell his papers at " cents a cony for a few days, but that before long he would take ndvanlagc of the McKlnley bill and raise the prices tn 10 cents, which Is really alarming. Judge Scney of Ohio appeared In his seat for the first time this morning. The ISuckeyc statesman says there Is a great deal of talk among the Ohio Re publicans of nominating Major McKln ley for Governor. Judge Seoey, how ever, is of the opinion that McKlnley would he a very weak candidate, unless Ihe public should undergo a great change of sentiment in the course of tho next nine months with regud to hh TatllT bill. Rx Governor Foster of Ohio wis on the lloor of the Houm; this morning. The Governor was a candidate for Con grrss Ibis fall in a heavily Democratic district, but only failed of election by lit I otcs. Governor Foster has a de sire to reenter public life, but hit aspirations are directed toward the Senate and not tbe House. Had the Iat Legislature of Ohio been Rt-publli an instead of Democratic Foalir would have been tbe Senator elect Instead of Colonel llrh e It Is understood among e Governor Foster's friends that he will lie a candi date for the Senate next winter In cm tbe Legislature elected next fall shall turn Republican ami that he will evert go to tbe extent of antagonizing John Slier man la order to obtain tbe coveted seat. 1.....,...I.. !! l ri,J, I. In very good comlillorUadeed. He b ' M,ifr,r llii. frav u liai nnl l.wl V.nl.1 - j.vinvTCUtaiiTt! i.ctiu-e u; I snnsni l of tbe biggest card la bis tieek. When Ibe IIoumi met this afternoon there was some stiimUlag about what Measure It should take up. Mr. Rnloe rose to his feet awl to the occasion. ptlSIAn 1 AVlille tbe stumbling was in progress be made his familiar point of "No quorum, Mr. Speaker." Rut he dU not insist upon it. lie was actuated br tbe force ot habit more than anything else, and contented to permit the pro ceedings to proceed, which they did. , An old Virginia claim put in its ap pearance again today. Senator Bar bour introduced a bill to pay the trus tees ef the K.piseopsl Church of Arling ton for the use made of that edifice by United States troops during the war. ttae of the aiateeuwo who want down In the late election was the Hon. Itkb ard Yaux, thr ptctureMiue old Jack senlan front l'biladelphia. Mr. anx was elected to till out tbe unexpired term of tbe late Ssuiuel J. Itamlsil. He failtd to get the regular Democratk apitiination last summer, ami his frW4s. Democrats aad Republic, ins alike, feeling that he had been badly turned, ikckied that he must make the rait- as an iadeoendent. Well, Dkkle. as Mr Yau is en dearingly called, did make the race ami got kft. HU IJsssnacratfe comeetHor. tbe Ilun. Wm. M. Aleer, beathim by a good round majority. IinmeHaUfl after the ekcrion Yaas's friesuis raUei the cry of fraud and declared thai he must contest Mc fleer's asas. j Mr. Yau gave bis consent, but it U asm? baraa'ii im varv leood anihgttv Usat snmBf spaspaa"j'sap "spss snsswisia srasnswBsrBK rssw he has chaiigiid his mind and will let Mr. MeAleer akwe. The parly leaders at the Kationai Caattai haw advbasl Mr, Yaujc agateat any such course. They make the argument that the ytity-m.ond CVagiess will to no way leMpipssJjPsw pp J WBfw HI WHW W "WflP, teltCtt snssrlUml isfiis. l'fc$ewf Ii i 3s- UtlMfti be fttsln lo re)4 W tiMetf vty uh&t iUWti j Will UQi tf 4ml IS-ta (Mfgfflgj t&M SttaUB. iii tlnVnl C&BBJBtMS 0B Fflefliriili nBesr wssasnv mvsv Fs"asBfqn- ra pssjenavsanmBs Mr. Yaji has, U is salt, submitted a laaaefeea Uful ntiiajs jftfrktttay yUftH M 11411- pftrailfa'SSi asssfs ssas -" sfjssinsj sjps1 WP1 sa Pff r p "WfflPf Pm nnsnss sie nvsnn harOJ y Strang enoug b t base eoafetct Mr, ua may kv botrn thejkioi w&t1 iJri ; to das intridueed a bill txovULn for tit anificiiitmrnt of a board of media, al sdnwjnr SHHnjmpsssrmwpnwAPmrm f w " wsw s w-f ssss)' txmmmm tor As ItWrt. t of t ulumbU. tonasmtog vf eJgb .tscuWr ,4 tut Medical AssutUa.-'u. iiv in iuUia vt the Wajihtocton MeUkuJ II u,v Mc SocWty and t ujcwbe - u. Kckctk mJhuol of hieduiae data Who desire to ftaet&e m i - sjad sutety to Ai ettj , aad to !we etrUAtates based upon th koMoI UmJ ixamtoalUm Ksch esril.dJe before exambaatiou ahull i.i a tie t !' Mr AlkuiM-u int. I , . i ' i ii. tLe fa hi i Ii Introduced It at the sngWrtlofl of some one elw However, ft will certain! v not nts In Its present Srt. It would be a fanny sight, inrferi, to Mm medical hoard rwmpcwK! of alopaths and rWptM. Trre delegaUmi of tobacco men who hird a conreree with Mr. McKlnley yesterday hare been Inform! by the itvembcrs of the Wars ami Means C .m mlite that tkcre will Iw no necttsli for any bearings on the WH to amend the tailff law by inserting ibo omitted tobacco rebate section. The Ways rrtt Me-sns Committee will meet to-nwrrow and agrt to report a Mil amending m law It Is not probable lhat Uw Derao cratrc members of tbe committee Will antaa-onlre IN amendment. Mf. Mills saMlfcat it was lmt ittsi thai Ihe law should be amended to cor.fornt to Hie intention of its fmmera. HUH. Ihe llfpuMlcan members of Ute Ways ami Means Committee fear that when Ihe bill Is brought In the Demo crats will attempt to attach lo It other propositions lo amend the Tariff taw ami that It may lie loaded down so heavily that it ca'nnol pass. Tbe House Committee on Patents to day ordered a favorable refiott on a House bill appointlag Commissioners torettse the statutes relating to patents and trade-marks. The committee referred lo a sub com mlttce a letter received through the Slate Department from Consul General Kdn-ards at Merlin, recommending er tain legislation for the protection of American inventors from ihe German patent laws, and for the regulation of fotelgn Inventors taking out patents in America. Tbe following were among the bills Introduced In the House to day Ry Mr. lllaml of Missouri To pro vide for lite Issue of Treasury notes in lieu of national bank notes. Alto a bill to authorlM the Issue of a new scries of legal tender notes to meet any deficiencies In tbe revenues of the Government. Ry Mr. Heard of Missouri To pro Mefortho free coinage of gold and slher: also, to declare the unit of v.ilue In the United States, and to provide for the free coinage of the standard silver dollar. Mr. Mi Klnlrv introduced in the House lo day a bill like lhat introduced In tbe Senate by Mr. Stierm ui, provid ing tbat nothing in the Tariff act of IMtO shall be held lo repeal or Impair the provisions of the ret 'proclty esRvcn Uon with Hawaii. Tbe President sent to tbe Senate to day a Idler of the Secretary of tbe In tirior, with an agreement by tbe Cherokee Commission with the Chey enne and Arapahoe Indians. One thin,;; Is perfectly evident front tbe work thus far developed by the House Committee on Appropriations, tbat committee Is going to play a very close ame In giving forth tbe money. If It appropriates any more money than Is absolutely necessary for tbe public service It will be sometbiasr in the nature of a cataclysm. Tbe Republi cans of tbe committee have an adumbration of a deneleaey In the Na- IIab.1 n'u&..au Tl,u., ...... . .. ..!.... IKHWi lltstutl 1 us i mtv NSCSail ciAU, u u,ti... .1.1 a.i...t, ,f 1.... Ky kTioi t They are . TJZtiS ,BV l. " ' qUeeIHg ami cutting close lo tbe cloth, which render it unnecessary to slate tbat tbe money in I nele Sam's hands will not be Llli7l wont of tfcVlthiZi-rw r .." ., " . "" - -"7-"' - mg I ua nrt session of the present Congicss. mmm seienabeks. A llrlda I'alnls ami tli llu.ljmr lie. puiue rurllall) Imam, C.vhtih.e, III., Iec t. Mr and Mrs. feemuel Hardy, two popular young people, were married Monday, ami Tuesday night a gang of luthsns sur rounded the boue to give them a 'cblavaii " Tbe bride fainted on hear ing Ibe hideous noise aad lay uacm selous several hours. Her husband fearing she was dead became wild, aud it was feared his miad woukl be im paired, but he is improving. 19 sucaEi nmu. CHSCIWHWH HufHw Suit 4t II4VO Ittea elteleot Jar lt l'tsstitcw. Xr-w You,, ilee. 4 A special to tie i'rttsfriiu Washing toit says that the Priiideet ami Secretary rilai&e are strbusly eonaUftteg the appointment of t'ongressasan Morrow of California asMtakter to Guatemala, in prate of Bxh Fiunto.f, lam. 4 The famous trotter Kkttioneer died at the Paid Alto stock farm yesterday- liheuniaUsm, from whuh fee suffered a loaf time, was the ikimtt cause of his death. Klectioneeg was a stallion, fie was tMinhased eleven years ago by iseasmr Stacfotd from the Skony fori farm for about fit,). Ha was r years of age. ami ha4 eieveo sons ami daughwrs, all of whom had record of 'i!. Bj a anf UaJk PiaaanVnaaTC Vat rrrhttttttflnlni &' ' 'asnssannBsj minf nst7 e swnsnsgrsa r wrsysswep " 'wini & Vottk. mc. tWTfce Utrtkl prist t-dy a Wtter from Mgr. liav- ky , prefect apusAoMc Ut the vest coast of Nwfouni:u:J on the coUaeseof Mtr Bawtey trfvwstsia the creatisgof 9 && p JWP sstst" sjiss snj afen vmsyp r'fsplflnffe' a the only iMm l the diriicuitisa, an ntilcta toesilahsd wyalfs a settle uuut U agseed ugw e? A2 yttAAtSHw. imc. - esfajria) .lim 4 .. bett received Utltet frMinii, bw iHttpls the chttge to Bjdll ast tbe . '". M. with betoi ifi.'m o the mm. 1 1 rl r;tcard the aw,teb b.te lij U.Sur 4isag ia ma va Lm. Iter 4 -fkj 4ine (.- I & vaMbusy is i,a antog sc -b tnR) sn Ms"' wfciamsrtWssW sBsgp sW aWh. i mm lJo viawo. or rtoiin. sum m t4 t'Al On 4 -For the past lli.y tWll t li'iu H til in l.l titlu od aiiaiV TLt - .ail NEWS BY GABLE THE DECLARATION OK THE t'ATH OLH HTKRAHf'Hl . i ft DEMTH BLOW TO THE IRISH LEADER MM graM Mwm lift tjAftr JiTfti Mhtr Mkml MillsUmre, mmm mmmm rejected. liRMtiiit in tbe Otftttt Army KTrti- iaf PrMneliemKock Xm Made Mors Weit4effnl DiscoTeris,' Losniosj, D 4. At so time daring tbe ptcscHl crisis In Ihe political affairs of lrra!H tins a more Intensely concen trated Interest Iwen manifested by her friemie than is Ibis morning perceptible wherever In eagerly inquisitive and anxiously speculative groups they meet in Ihe vlclnlly of the conference room in the House of Commons. The crowds of to day differ materially, both in the tone of conversation assumed ami in the appearance of those which for Ihe ptet week have blocked the passageways lo the headquatters of Ihe Irishmen. There was In Ihe many discussions going on less of flippant persiflage and mote of sedate and serious Interchange of thoughtful vkws ott the possible ways of escape from the unfortunate circumstance which now surround the Irish Parliamentary party. A greater number of gray beards edged their war into the midst of the controversal groups, and, In more than one Instance, joiiDg and middle aged bystanders pointed out white haired men, who, al though they mar not have lieen within a good cannon s shot of Westminster for a dtcade, had nevertheless been "out lnM.' Notwithstanding the temporary feel ing of relief which followed Ihe Bug K est Ion by Mr. Clancy at yesterday's session of the onference. that a c im promise was poible. one does not have much diflbulty in gathering from tbe Kf ulii.ily si If reliant . If troubled. IrlshttHii. who now jace to and fro through thteoriidois adjacent to the library and n out of conference, that I hey art- iiesslmlt on the general situa tion. halevtr may happen to the upper and nether fat tlonal millstones, Ireland, as these men view Ihe position, is destined to be more or less crushed. Thy fear tbat the aggressively inde pendent action taken by Mr. Parnell, addid to the cinclnal asperity of his references to Mr, Gladstone, will make it Impossible for tbe Nationalists to open negotiations with tbe gteat Kag iisb Liberal chieftain much less secure any plidges front him so long as Mr, Psrnt-ll Is rtcotnled by the Irish Nationalists as a leader, or even as a colleague. On tbe contrary, they apprehend tbat Ibe Intimation will be conveyed to tbe conference tbat negotiations for a con tiBuance ot ibe Jvngiisfc alliance can only be opened with tbe deposition of tbe present Irish leader as a condition precedent. Kven tbe most courageous aad hope ful of Mr. Peraell's followers find it difficult to preserve bis quality in tbe face of tbt anli Par Del lite declaration of tbe Roman Catbolh hierarchy of Ireland. They fully appreciate the probable elfeit of su b at lion upon a people so closely wedded to tbe idea of tbe sanctity aad purity of tbe home as are the Catholics of Irelaad. In pursuance of adjournment had yesterday ou Mr. Clancy's suggestion that be woukl to-da be prepared to tffvr ameasuie of compromise which be hoped woubl be acceptable to the conference, tbe deliberations were re sumed to day after guard had been r laced t warn off those who had no usittess with Ihe meeting. As oon as Mr. Parnell had taken tbe ibair ami tbe minutes of yesterday's session had been read the reading of the aati Pamellite maaifttn issued yester day from Dublin by the Roman Catholic hkrarchy of Ireland was demanded. The reading of tbe document was re ceived with prolonged cheers by Mr. Pwwll's opponents. At a private caucus of th anil i'tr atlllte majurity of tbe Irish Nations! ii nifrmber of the liuse of Common it has t'txB rt solved to reject the compru miae proposal of Mr Clancy, it w ajwi dt tided to forte the main question at bu that of the future leadership of the party to an immediate solution The r port received here last night to the tSect that the municipal authorities of Cork bad adopted a resolution reami meatling the retirement from leadership of Mr. Parntll was erroneous. 4 rest) lutlon nassed by a majority of twenty one is support f that gentle- Mr. James I tVrea. Irish Katioaal- ist iucujUi of the iiiuc of Commons fog the aoithern divMiosi of Kil4r, has wrliitafro a sfnk bd to bis col leat hee ssH-utK-tiur Ma adaartact! to ft! faraeH. oa Ms arrival at the livuae of I'.mi j mo at il a o'eUck Alt murnlag Mr- Parsvll at oece procegdtd to the library, where he dpotd of aeumu- i I uiUii lU.d ifr. i't;rU'U'oi'jt tUs SBsrninfi yjjfHIwhirt lexers i rtsss M JParmrM wiiieb eapose the frT t> of tbat titutlttma tu prvc affteaampe in its hsmcaof arUc11 l...i' Pt. 4 The in I ubl U-a uewvpaptrs . osus... v-U - , sbly en tbe -! i ii maiks of goii will -b0W l t'.e !'i l-i. I tbt PriBis. Itlku f ' i - sl' SisIBVi.l t lliakt .si a! ,1 i i" in - i Am tjl i .Is L-l I Ii U- AtieiuMS,: to w w t esersuur j da pt b lit t . Iiat. ittiieil tht a .j lllln ilta'h I , Ij, 1.11 .1 U t . t. ! , I W 1 ' 'it- i ! ? (it. l f'l Julli I' i i ..i J i B I I Hi ' 1 11 , i V ' i M tdvui frttti Chl'l represtat there I .1 ii is Hi ju1) ti .V.i. 1 itialiu j iii Ji . i ii . t- in ikt ii,i t dWi mi etecntive ami the reglslatnre It lo gteU that a retolntloB Is fexfed. Horrible atrorilies cotitlntre lo 1 r ported from Armenia. TkrwArarenians of Tkulannk were minwd alive on n heap of their troos. Sit Armenians of A an were shot and robbed by Kurds. An Armenian named Aletdkilsn wv tortured horribly by Ihe Tnrhlslt an Ihorltlcs, being burned with red hot Irons, and his tongue pierced with a dagger. Owing to the prevalent discontent in the Oerman army with th existing srs rm of promotion, which practically prevents all but members of the nobility from obtaining a com missioned rank, the Minister of War Is Inquiring, by direction of tbe Rmperor, into the propi-Mr or admitting to promotion common soldiers atd non commissioned officers who prove themselves fitted by merit and military knowledge for such advance ment. 1 he fact thai the subject It tin dtr consideration has already created a commotion among army officers, who are a very cxcluivn class, and would seriously object to mingling on terms of tqnallty with mch of plehlan origin. Skvcral of the more important tner lean ami Rngllsh life Insurance com patties doing business In France have expressed Ihclr approval of Ihe new measure- tnlended lo brine foreign as surance societies within French govern mental supervision, as they believe It will drive many fraudulent concerns out of the Held, Rleanor Wheeler, alias Peirrr. con vlcted yesterday at Ihe Old Rrllev of the rmirikr of Mrs. Hong and her child, has not yet made an confession. Her mother says that s'he is not of sound rntnd, and has Iiecn troubled with Ok from childhood. Hogg, the husband, whose llason wllh tbe Pearcy woman led lo the murder, has len released from police surveillance, and will axil shortly for South America, as public fctllng Is still very bitter against him. I,ord Salisbury chose a most ocilland Ifh place in which to make his Import antsietch last night. The tittle village rf Watirfoot is In Lord Hartlngton'a cllsltlct, Rosendale, and the telegraphic facilities are so meagre thai it was Im possible to act the resort of the Pre mier's address to London in time for publication at length In the mornlmc papers, especially as all ihe journal tried to stcure the speech in full. Some of the papers got out extra editions late this morning, In order to lay before their readers the whole text of the speech, which Is regarded as specially Import ant as indicating the government's atti tude In view of tbe changed condl lion of the opposition parties. It l- thought that Lord Salisbury has shown by bis contemptuous references to tin? Irish imily as a whole tbat be will not make any attempt to secure an alllsm e with any faction of them. Dr. Krch. In an Interview, expresses confidence that he has discovered cure for two terrible enntaeious diseases, H refutes to divulge the names of the dis coveries at present. Nkw York. Iiec 4. A Load m special savs that Mr ( lancy's com promise resolution was rejected at the jrisu parliamentary meeting to day. TRYIKC TO SAVE THE SWDICATE. Hard limes I'oren an Maslltli Uhpii pHH) lo Default lit I'riOsals, IbwTox, Dec t Richard Hecbseher Ibe Ragllsh promoter of tbe Amerlcuti Stove and Furnace Company, Is In tbia city trying to save tbe scheme. Ibis company was brought out on October ?tk last In London, New York and lloston. and subscriptions to l.KTS.tsai were Invited. Hard times came on aad oul about $kmmmio was subscribed here, aad report says that this amount was later reduced very considerably. Tbe underwriters, who had guaran teed Ibe subscription for a large amount, were reluctant to pay up, and yeaterday tbe advertising agent who unfolded tbe scheme to tbe public brought suit for lj.iaai, the amount of tbe advrrtislntc bills, against those con nected with the proposed syndicate, BAIMGES FOX UCSXATtB FILLISfii. A mh kih- wnb flirt am His ilia &wMihtMirr. Shs Htm. PtnktRui ... W Ya , Oee. 4. At Cadi, op the Ohio side of the river, ytsterday a suit was brought by Jenau Askrim against William Morris for $ lo.Ooo damages for wounded affection. Morris was paying attention to Ml- Ankiim last summer, ami atthesanio time to MUs Coventry, who live I sume miles away, tie recently slope, t with MUs Coventry, hut still kept up ids atteations to Miss Aakrlsu, the latter not being aware of bl marriage. When she learned of tt yeaterday she brought S-jpS(aesSS e rssjNSSesPgsiS, HoitNActii , Ui , flee, 4,-mT -' fear that iHphtheris woubl isrcimw eyl ilcmu in this city has been reeJiAsl. and cases aw being reported to the Health otficer at ihe rate of ftfteesi a day. Yesierdav morntog total of ninety live had bete repotted wttfclu the last few days, am) physfaian re port the disease a s(iradiag to au eajihpd as so ImmtoesM that thir boari of bealib hU aspetiaj lueetina yester ilsy to devise means for prsfveWlag the further spread of the disease unvitg smf paast K i-o i iv H., lh. I in raii..U4 r. iduwftU the t'buikti -'i , itst fimui ' (jr. liu. lait!i.lr 1 i sat i'V 1 1 .! Lit of i lit' i i- en SttiiU aLil to ILi - i at the 4ikn'.- i y I u b ti itit -i i -ii bttJ - 1 1 tut . i t m by iU ' i ii in t sa tuun . i i l.i . Ik. . ,i pell ku . il.. t ' i v CaoL i. L ' (ait. ii-' i ! i ce a- it tkJ ' v t, 1'i.l W i 4 ll4 tM Si S-iUgr lm , e. m -v ii i 't i i l l 1 - 4i -11.' ii - 1 I I tl ! I ' hV. 4mss w UiulN IXt 4 -AHIS m, l VlOILIlLlH J it I'H.ftiSSl't fcl 'ill tit V I L I I' 1' I L . t 1" lil , n .