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21ST YEAR IS-0' G,385.
WASHINGTON, TUESDAY EVENING, JANUARY 22, 1880.
PR I C 13 TWO CENTS
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TIIKHENATI! OtVKS 310,000 FOUNT.
Tlio Kcpiilillciinn Defeated In TJielr I'.f
f.'rta toTnlio up thettnutlls-Kllintt Cnso
and (ha House Considers tlio Illver mid
Tlio Cotnnihslonurs of tlio District of
Columbia submitted tothc Sonato today,
in response to a lcsolution calling for tlio
name, an estimate of tlio cost ot grading
nnd regulating lloundary street from
Fourth street west to North Cnpitol
slreel; also nn estimate of tlio cost of
widening unci extending Kloviintii street
from lioundury to Jit. Pleasant.
Tlio petition of citizens of Washington
Territory In convention nt Ellenberg,
"Wash. Tor., January 8, was presented,
praying admission of that Torntory Into
The Tariff hill was then taken up. Un
der thu agreement the final vote upon
iimcmlmcntM and the passage of tlio bill
will commence at 5 o'clock this after
noon. Mr. niddlcbcrgcr secured the passngo
of tho bill appropriating $10,000 for the
survey of Mount Vernon aventio from
tlio Aqueduct brlduo to Mount Vernon.
Tlio Secretary "of Stuto submitted a,
leport In response to a Senate resolution
upon tlinjfcxchiuigo anil ratification of
Mr. Vest presented the petition of a
St. Louis dentist, who wants a bounty of
$1 paia upon uvery tooth filled by den
tists. In order that an Industry may be en
couraged and prices reduced.
IK) US II.
When tho IIouso convened this morn
ing a fight for tho possession of tho floor
was begun bv rival Interests. Mr. Ran
dall wanted tho appropriation bills to bo
taken up and tho Republicans desired to
discuss tiic Smalls-BUHott contested elec
Tho yeas and nays wero demanded,
and by a vote of 109 to 100 tho House
decided to tako up tho appropriation
bills. Mr. Randall stated that it was
necessary to harmonize tho friends of
tlio River ami Harbor and Suudry Civil
bills, ami it had been agreed to take up
tho River and Harbor bill to-day.
Mr. Outliwalto objected to a motion to
dlspenso with consideration hour, and
demanded a voto bv tollorB upon it.
By a voto of 148" to 18 thu IIouso do
elded to tako up appropriation bills.
Mr. Randall asked to pass over the
Sundry Civil bill and tako up tho River
Mr. Cheadlo objected, desiring tho con
sideration of tho Pension Appropriation
Tho afternoon was consumed in tho
consideration of tho River and Harbor
Tho City I'ostotllce.
In tho IIouso yesterday afternoon, under tho
suspension of tho rules, Mr, Dibble called up
;i tho bill appropriating $430,000 for the pur-
those of tho property now occupied by the Fo-
lice Court as a tlio tor a city postotllce.
Couslderublo opposition was Immediately
devolopcd against tlio bill, Mr. Kllgoro and
Mr. Splnola leading It, supported by Mr. Ran
dall. They held tho crouud that so large u
sum should not bo appropriated for tho pur
cbASo ot a slto, when ono could bo hud without
cost by using a Govcriununt icscrvatlon.
After considerable debate a voto on the pas
sago ot tbo bill resulted In yeas, 109; nays. 103;
but tho two-tlilrds majority necessary on ''sus
pension day" was lacking and tho bill was de
feated. Kcfcrenco of tho Tar I IT 11111.
A rumor having cono abroad that an nt-
' tempt would bu made, when tlio Sonato Tariff
bill Is reported to tbo House, to refer tho bill
to tbo Appropriations Committee, 'of which
Mr. Randall Is chairman, a caucus of tho Ho
publican members of tho Ways nnd Moans
Commltteo was held Inst night, at which tboy
decided to Join with tho Democratic Members
la resisting n reforenco to other than tho Ways
nd Menus Commltteo.
A lintel ut I'ort Washington.
Tbo House Commltteo on Milltaiy Affairs
haB ordered un adverso report on tho bill to
allow Frederic Freuiid to erect a hotel nt Fort
Washington. Tho ndversu report is accom
panied by n communication from tbo En
gineer of tbo Array, which states that tbo
pronei ty ought to bo; retained exclusively for
Correspondence With Venozuelu,
Tho President sent to tho Sonato to-day, In
response to resolution of tho fith Instant, a re
port of tho Secretary ot Stato touching corres
pondence with Venezuela In regard to tho ex
change of ratifications ot tlio Claims Conven
tion of Dcccrabor 5, 1835, between tho United
States and Venezuela.
The Retiring Hoard Jtepnrt That He Is
Tho board appointed to rctiro General
Swalm, Judgo-Advocato Gcncrnl, m ado
their report public to-day. As was an
ticipated, tho board report that General
Swaim is not incapacitated for'activo ser
vice and Is thcroforo not ellglblo for re
A Conference of Uroenlmokcra,
Chairman Georgo O. Jones of tlio National
Commltteo of tlio Greenback party has Issued
n vail for a conference of tho party leadors In
this city on tbo (ith of March. In tbo address
President Cleveland Is arraigned for his de
parture from a policy which, it Is alleged, led
to the restoration of the Democratic party to
power. Mr. Jones says the couutry Is starv
ing for money, nnd tpiotes numerous statistics
In support of the mtseitlon,
Important Notr from Ilaytl.
At tho IIaytcu Consulate yestorday iicneral
Correntcs displayed u cablegram which was
addressed to him and duted Ptfrt-u-Frlucc,
January SI. He carefully couccnled Its coil
fonts nnd suld that tho telegram camo from nn
ofllclnl source nnd onutnliit'd news of it most
Important nnturo which would seriously Inter
Zero with certain business speculations by sev
eral leading Arms of this city.
Representative Taylor Introduced In tlio
House yesterday a bill prohibiting tbe tale of
intoxicants In the Pension Ulllco during tho
Tho Lovt P. Morton Club of New York,
150 men, will bo quartered at tbe American
House dining tbo luauguratlou.
At last night's meeting of tbo Fireworks
Committee a sub committee was nppqlntcil to
ntk tbo Executlvo Committee for more inonoy
for fireworks. This will not bo grunted.
A design for tho Inauguration suppor ard
was accepted to day,
Itopit for tlio Avaniie,
Mr. Thorn of tbo Const Survey was nt tho
Commissioner's ofllco to-day and offered to
turn over some wire rope In his possession to
the Commissioners for use on tho Avenue dur
ing tbe Inaitgu'rul piuado.
Tho Virginia Tux Una,
Tho Supremo Court has denied tho motion
of William L. Koyall, asking for nu execution
against tho Stato ot Virginia, for certain costs
which tho court awnrdod Royall In ouo of tbo
tax coupon cases.
The I'ottortt' Association.
The I'otters' Manufacturing Association arc,
ia tension at Wlllard's.
THE DISTRICT UILIj.
It Is Reported to tho Sonnlo With nn In
Tho District Appropriation bill was ro
ported In the Sonato to-day. As tho bill
camo from the Houso It appropriated
As reported by tho Sonato to-day it
Tho principal Items of increnso nro ns
Work on streets Increased $402,000; repairs
to puvcuiente, $140,000; permit work, $100,000;
repairs to coimtv roads, 3.",000;
construction, ditto, $-11, 12.1; water mains,
pipes, etc., $170,000; olcctrlc Ikrkis, $10,000;
school teachers' salaries, $10,800; llepnlrlng
school buildings, $19,500; purchasing school
buildings, 58,f00;:Motropolltiiu 1'ollco, $8,000;
A commission Is provided of tlireo san
itary engineers to examine tlio city's sow
LATH DEPARTMENT NEWS.
Tho Treasury Department has given
thlrtv days' notlco to Adams Express
Company of tho tcrmlhntion of tho con
tract with that company for the trans
portation of public moneys and securities.
The President has expressed to ox
Judgo Vincent of Now Mexico regret nt
his romoval from tho Chief Justiceship
of that Territory, nnd Attorney-General
uarlatul hns moved for tlio admission ot
Judge Vincent to practice before tho
Tho secretary of tho Corean Legation
nnd suite have returned to tho city. His
wife, Mrs. Clia Yun, is with her husband.
Tho President to-day denied tho appli
cation for pardon in tho caso of William
Vosbur, convicted last Juno of larceny
from tho person and sentenced to tlireo
years, in the Albany penitentiary. Von
bur is CO yeara old.
The President nlso denied tho applica
tion of Henry James of tlio Southern Dis
trict of Georgia, convicted of robbjng let
ters nnd scntonced last July to llvo years
in the penitentiary.
Tho President to-day pardoned Robert
Bolin of tho Northern District of Ala
bama, convicted of illicit distilling nnd
sentenced to ninety days' Imprisonment.
Tho United Stntes steamer Osslpco has
been ordered to Asplnwnll.
Tho President to-day granted tho ap
plication for pnrdon in tlio caso of Cyril
P. Benedict, formerly Treasury Agent
of tlio Adams Express Company, who
was convicted of embezzlement last
March and sentenced to thrco years and
a half In tho Albany Penitentiary.
Among tho President's callers to-day
were Representatives Martin, Nelson,
Bland, Whiting and Abbott.
Tho national bank notes received by
th U. S. Treasurer to-day for redemp
tion amounted to $323,108.
THE DISTRICT GOVERNMENT.
The Commissioners hnvo notified tho
Washington Market Company that they
can mako another connection with tho
water mains, on condition that they put
in a suitable meter and pay for tho water
at meter rates.
A watcttm&lma,bccn ordered in alley
in square 202.
Commiasrotur AVcbb Id still confined to
Tho Building Inspector has Informed
the Commissioners that until he is fur
nished with a copy of tho subdivision
records of tho Surveyor's ofllco ho will
have to refuse to issuo pormits
for tho erection of dwolllng houses
outsido ot tho city limits. W.
O. Hill applied for a permit to-day
to erect sevon dwelling-houses on Fif
teenth street extended. Tho Inspector
had no means of telling whether tho land
on which tho houses wero to bo built
Mount Pleasant was rcgulnrly subdi
vided and the subdivision recorded, and
ho consequently refused to-grant tho per
mit. THE ANNUAIj TAX SALE.
Larger Sales antt Inoroimud Receipts Due
to Advertising In "The Grille."
Tlio annual sale of property for arrears
of taxes of all kinds was begun in the of
fice, of tho Collector of Taxes to-day. Tho
salo was well attended nnd moro proporty
was sold than during any previous year
in proportion to tho amount offered.
The District becomes the purchaser where
Individuals fail to buy.
There aro over 12,000 pieces of prop
erty advertised for sale.
bomo of tho purchasers wero J. C.
Lang, Allen Clark, B. L. Walker, John
P. Cook for T. W. Patchen.
Collector Davis stated to a Ciiitiq re
porter that tho advertisement of tho de
linquent proporty in The Cnmu was a
great help to tho District, becauso fow
peoplo aro reached by tlio publication in
tho pamphlet, Ilenco the increased
IN THE CRIMINAL COURT.
Justlco Dealt Out by Jutlce Montgom
' ery's Jury,
George Briscoo was found guilty of
housebreaking In tho night by tho Crim
inal Court to-day. Ho hud robbed tho
hen-houso of Albert Wall.
A verdict of acquittal was rendorcd in
tho caso of Dennis McDonald, who was
accused of having knocked down nnd
robbed John Ryan. It appeared that
they had boon out together, and that
neither had much recollection of what
took place boyond several interviews
with tho bartender.
Charles Carpenter was nlso acquitted
of tho charge of larceny from thu person.
F. L. Buckingham claimed that Ctarlcs
had celebrated Christmas day by taking
a watch from him. Thuro was not stillf
clcut proof to tlx tho crhtio on tho de
fendant, ns there wero others in tho
restaurant at tho time.
James Gray, a colored boy, was con
victed of luivlmr stolen Mrs. Almlra Rot
lln's satchel while she was riding in
horsu-car on January -1.
lima ilt Murnka'H Lust Appearance.
Nnw York, Jnn. S3. It was last summer
nt tho Terrace Harden that Uma dl .Mm ska was
last Eeen In public In this country. Sho used
to' visit frequently at that time a friend of hers,
Mrs. l'ratt, whose husband Is u musician.
Mrs. Prat, directed .Manager Atnbcrj's nttun-.
Hon to tho poor singer, Mr. Ambon;, moved
by pity, announced her appearance, uud ono
July night Iltnn di Murska staggered out on
thu summer stage. The bootless public turned
away disgusted at tbo Wreck, "and lima did not
have money enough that utictit to nay bar car
ilaco faro home. Soon afterward It leaked
out that she hail pawned every movable article
nt her homo. Many toon know of her tcrrlblo
situation utd took pity upon her, and onougli
money was raised by eoutilhutious to eoud
her back to T.ui ope.
llusoliutl ut Ilrown,
l'lionnEJfcii, )l, I., Jan. ua. Drown Unl
voislly Baseball Assoqlatlon has Just held n
must enthusiastic uirclluir, and, In a few
minutes, over $1,100 was pledged for tho sup
port of this year's nine. Contributions fiom
other students uud from tho faculty nil! add
to this amount several hundred dollars moru.
Thu association voted to decllua ttlivluvltutlou
to rejoin thu League this joar.
MO OHIVALRIO MEN.
WIIV TIII'.Y OPl'OHU SUITUAHU TOM
Iter, Alexander Kent I'rcsentx Their Do
fonse Very l'lcnsutitly llofore tho Asso
ciation This fllornlnc.
"Plcaso como forward, my friends,
atid llll up theso front scats," Urged Miss
Anthony, when slio opened tho second
day's session or tho Woman Suffrage
Convention in tho Congregational Church
at a quill tor past ton o'clock this morn
ing. The massivo oak pows woro scarce
a quaitor filled and probably not a hun
dred wero present when the session
"Mrs. Shattuck Is not here," an
nounced Miss Anthony, "and wo will
not wait for her. 1 tako pleasure In In
troducing to you tho Rov. Alexnudor
Kent of tho Church of Our Father, who
will address you,''
Mr. Kent rend his address in n
pleasant,, resonant voice nnd with par
ticularly clear enunciation.
"I aud my brother mon nro wrong in
this inrtttor, said Mr. Kent. "I am sorry
not to bco moro of my brother mon
bore." Tllcro woro three bcsldo Fred.,
Douglass and tho reporters in tlio audi
ence, "but wo avo all ot us wrong."
Mr. Kent did not think that It wns
selfishness that caused men to look witli
disfavor on woman suffrage, but becnuso
men thought that society would suffer if
women gavo over tlio gentle pursuits that
now ongago their attention to enter tho
political arena. It is n feeling of chivaliy
on ineir part ttini leans tnem to ucsiiniu
to impose on their sistors tho duties of
Mr. Kent's addross was frequently ap
plauded aud Miss Anthony thanked him
tor it, and then she Introduced a quiet
faced, plainly-dressed woman whoso
manner was almost Quakerish In its sc
datoncss. It was Caroline Ilallowolt
Miller of Maryland nnd sho only wanted
to talk five or possibly seven minutes.
Mrs. Miller told how absurd it seemed to
hor for men who aro iinablo to interpret
or feel the liner sensibilities nnd thoughts
of women to undertake to legislate and
act for her. Her.address was frequently
applauded and at its' close Miss Anthony
also thanked her.
Judgu Kelly, Roprcscntatlvo from
Pennsylvania, tho father of tho House,
who has been a Roprcscntatlvo longer
than anyone else now in tho House, and
is also tho oldest Representative, was
then introduced and made a clever, earn
Ho said that ho llrst advocated equal
rights ono 4th of July In front of Inde-1
nendoncu Hall in Philadelphia in 1811.
Ho recalled Fanny Wright, tho famous
old-time woman suffragist, who was so
lavishly abused by pulpit and public.
Judge Kelly said that ho had on every
occasion -voted In thu IIouso for equal
rights. Thero'aro in Kansas wholo mu
nicipalities controlled by women. And a
judge onco said that ho was always glad
when It camo time to hold court in one
of thego towns because ho had no crimi
nal cascs'lo'be'lr'le'a fhcro.
Judge Kelly's speech pleased tho ladles
very mucIYWd was liberally applauded,
and then Mrs. Harrlcttq It. Shattuck,
president of tho Massachusetts Associa
tion, read a paper on "The Victory in
In it Mrs. Shattuck detailed tho inci
dents of the recont school elections In
Boston, in which .tho ticket favored by
tho women was elected. Bho told how an
effort to substitute for the history text
book, in tiso, another which was moro
favorable to tlio Catholic Church and
how tho two ladies who wero elected to
tho school board defoated this plan and
secured tho retention of the former
"The election of those women meant
that no offorl to force sectarianism on
the public school would bo tolerated."
Describing scones of tho recent elec
tion in which tho women took part Mrs.
Shattuck said that in every precinct tho
lirst voter was a womau.
Two years ago 725 women voted. At
tlio Inst election 25,000 womeu regis
tered, 20,000 qualified and of thebo'80
per cent, voted.
WHAT MASSACHUSETTS IS LnAllNI.NO.
Massachusetts, Mis. Shattuck said, is
learning that sho needs her women votes
for her own protection. "Massachusetts
will como to be ashamed of that menu
little word 'malo' in tho finnchisument
clause of her constitution nnd siio will
expunge it." After thu nnplauso that
greeted Mrs. Shattuck's address quieted
Mrs. Minor of Missouri roso and said
sonic warm words in defense of tho
Catholics, saying that some of tho best
friends tho woman suffrage cause had.
Mrs. Cougar then roso in the body of
tho church and asked that Stato Senator
Blue of Kansas bo called on for a speech.
Tho Senator was largely instrumental in
securing tho passngo of tho bill that
allows women to voto In municipal elec
tions, nnd his hnndsomo face was greeted
with a flutter of a half hundred white
handkerchiefs as he appeared on tho
platform. Tho Stato Senator mndu n
clover extemporaneous address, in which
ho declared his unwavering fealty to tho
woman suffrago cause.
Ho thought that tho women's cause
had been retarded In Kansas to n very
great extent by tho third party women.
Municipal auffrngo was given by tho Re
publican party, ho said, but hi tho faco
of all this tho third party women had
worked atoadlly against tlio Republicans,
"I have gono out of tho Loglslaturo,"tho
Senator said, "and I havo gono back
homo to try und cam an honest living,"
MHS. HKWAIih'S ADIlti:S3.
Mrs. May Wright Bewail, tho president
of tho Indiana Association, then deliv
ered an address on "Women in tho Re
cent Campaign." Mrs. Sewall started by
declaring that sho was not a prohibition
ist, that sho was pot in favor of u third
Mrs. Sewall told of tho part takon in
the lato Indiana campaign by women,
of the visit of tho girls' elubs to tho
Hairisou homo and "of tho really great
work that the womon did during tho
campaign. If womon would suffer loss
of dignity by voting, Mrs. Sowall asked,
why docs'n't sho looo in dignity in taking
part in a political procession?
"If she. carrying it torch in hor hand,
can march nbout tho streets without suf
foiinglossof dignity or womiinlv deli
cacy, sbu can go to" tho polls with her
father or husband and east her voto with
equal Impunity," enld Mrs. Sewall.
Mrs. Sewall thought that if women
could pi live so valuable in political
work, us the last campaign showed to bo
tho case, disfranchised ns she Ih, she
would he thu more vnluabUi lu politics If
bho could vote.
"Men havo substituted oxnodiency for
principles in politics far too long al
ready,'' said Mrs. Sewall, "aud now it Is
tlmo that thu women, who havo been
less schooled In expediency, should bo
given a chanco."
.Mrs. Suwttll's mid reus wns warmly ap
plauded, and thcu Mrs. Gougar nroso
and said that "things hnvo boon snld
hero lo-tlay that ought not to go out to
tho world." Sho mado nn earnest speech
tlinl went far toward counteracting tho
previous efforts that had been mado to
slampedo tho convention toward tho
Tho convention then adjourned tlll.to
To-night's programme is ns follows:
Music by Professor Hlsckoff; s.o1o by Mrs.
K. H. True: "Political Methods," Iby Lllllo
Dovcretix Hlnke, Nw York; "Organization,"
by Sarah M. 1'crklns, Ohio; "Uallots nnd liul
lot," by Ablgull Scott Dunlway, Oregon.
OENKHAIi ALGER'S INTENTIONS.
Ho In Not Seeking tho Control of tho
OiiuiAoo, Im, Jan. 22. General
Russell A. Alger of Detroit met tjls part
ner, Mr. Johnson of Rftclnc,' ri tho
Paclflo yestordny upon business con
nected with his redwood lumber Inter
ests in California, llu contradicted tlio
report that ho had been trying to buy
tho Indianapolis Jourmil. "I. am a
lumberman, not a newspaper; man,"
said ho. i.
"Tho only tlmo I over had nnylhlng
to do with a nowspapor wns whorl 'suvon
of us bought tho Detroit Tribune for fear
It might go out of the parly. . I lost
$25,300 in that business 517,000 ns my
sharo of the purchaso money und $8,300,
I think it was, to foot tho bills. Besides
that, it hurt mo in my candidacy for
Governor. What good would tho Iiidlau
apolis Journal do me, anvway?"
"It has been suggested that tho owner
ship of the chiof Republican newspaper
In tho State of tho President-elect would
givo you a powerful influonco over
"My Stato and proper field of influonco
is Michigan, and I havo no dcslro to go
out of it. Tho roport is, besidps. abso
lutely untrue," replied General Alger.
RESULT OF A HOY'S HMJXDEK.
A 1'nclcneo Containing $1,000 la Gold
Stolon From tho Mull,
Sah Fhancisco, Jan. 22, On Friday,
November 00, tho cashier of the firm of
F. AV. Rosenstock & Co., fixed up a
package' containing $1,000 in UO-dollnr
cold pieces, for shipment to one of the
firm's correspondents. Tlio parcol was
given to a 12-year-old son of tho dray
man who does tho firm's teaming, with
instructions to take It to tho pustofllco
nnd get it registered, but ho forgot that
part of bis orders.
Tho youngster wont to tho Stamp
wlndow.anti after paying for tho requisite
number of stamps, asked whcio he
should deposit it. Tlio clerk at tho
stamp-window, not knowing what tho
packngo contained, told tho boy to throw
It Into tho aperture for tho reception of
papers anu packages, ana the boy did bo.
The inonoy never reached its idestlna
Hon and Rosenstock & Co. so Informed
tho postofllco authorities. j
One man in tho nostoillcc Is snsncctctl
of stealing tlio package, but aslyotno
ono hns been discharged or arrested.
IlesidonU of Ktkhorn, W. Vn., Ask. Gov
ernor Wilson for Troopii,u
Ciiaiii.eston, W. Va., Jan. 22.-iA tolo
gram was received by Governor Wilson
this morning from Elknorn, requesting
the State mllltln to protect tho miners of
tho Turkey Gap Coal & Coko Company
from a mob reported to bo c outing from
Pocahontas, Va! Tho Governor replied,
stnting that 'should tho civil authorities
provo Insufficient ho would, on receiving
information to that effect, Bend necessary
L'Anis,Jau. 23. M. Do. Lcsscps has Issued
a circular inviting subscription's i.f or 00,000
fivo hundred franc shares of tbo new Tanmna
Dudm. Jan. 22. Tlio Court of Qucon's
Bench has quashed tho verdict of murder ren
dered bv tho Coroner's Jurv against tbo soli
citors Dudgeon and Kmerson,
Beiu.in, Jan. 23. Admiral Haron von dcr
Goltz has been appointed to succeed Count
von .iiouis, unici oi inn .Herman Admiralty,
whoso death was announced on Saltinlny,
London, Jnn. 22. Tlio I'irnoll Commission
resumed Its sitting this morning, A witness
named Fnrraghcr deposed Hut Archbishop
Walsh, in tho prcsoneo of Michael Davltt, ad
vised him not to pay hi rent.
The lntorcolleclato llutobiill Schedule,
Boston, Jan. 23. Tha olllclal schedule of
games for tbo Intcrcollcglata Baseball Leaguo
Is as follows;
April 27 Yalo vs. Frlncoton, at Princeton.
May 4 Harvard vs. Princeton, nt Prluccton.
May 8 Ynlo vs. Princeton, nt Yalo.
Mny 11 Harvard vs. Princeton', at Prlnco
ton. Mayl8 Yalo vs. Princeton, nt Princeton.
May 25 Ynlo vs. Harvard, at Yale.
May 80 Harvard vs. Prlucetou,' at Har
vard. Juno 1 Harvard ts. Prlncoton, at Har
vard. June 8 Harvard vs. Yale, at Harvard.
Juno IS Ynlo vs. Princeton, nt 'V.alo.
Juno -J Ynlo vs. Harvard, at Harvard.
Juno 25 Yalo vs. Harvard, at Yale.
John Wiinitinulier Not "Turned Down,"
Piiir.AiiEM'iiu. Jau. 22. Mr. John Wana
makcr's political friends do not credit tho
story that ho has been turned down by tho
l'rcMdcnt-olect. Ono of theso Is Mr.dlamlltou
DIhRton, who thinks that YYauaniaker will bo
certain to go Into tho Cabinet, becauso ho bo
lieves that tbe thing bad becti settled long
ago. Mr. Wanamakcr's frlonds declared that
ho would bo at tbo store to-day, and that ho
bad no Intention ot going to Indianapolis this
Illlnoln miners Looked Put.
SritlNO Vai.i.kt, III., Jan. 23.-M'ho 2,000
miners In W. L. Scott's mines hcrotwno struck
here Saturday want to return to work, but nro
locked out by tho company. The! mines will
probably remain closed for snmo time on ac
count of tho depression in tho coal market
throughout tbe Northwest. Tbofmlners uro
not In a good condition to stand a lockout, tho
croater portion of them being without money
and In debt. In caso of cold weather extrcmo
eufferlue; is feared. i
Dutcti Lou" CmiKlit III IndlnnnpnlU,
iNlHANAi'oi.is, Inii., Jan. 2J.-t.Two well
dressed men who, tomu days ajjo, registered
at the Now Doulsou as Charles llpwlupa and
Clarles B. Thompson, wero arj-esteu' last
night uud tbo police bollevo they buvo mado
an Important capture. They were observed
loitering about tha Indlunuporjs National
Bank, und tho bank ufllclals: becoming
alarmed, notified tbo police. A clLtccttvo lias
rccocnUcd ono of them us ''Dutch Lou" of
Cincinnati, formerly of l'lttsbiutr, a famous
uauK crooic, wuo ueiougcuio mo ratsey Hun
Gliirkson Hooked by 11U Friends.
Ciiioauo, Jan. 23. J. 8. Clarksoii of Dcs
Moines, Iowa, wns In towu yesterday on his
way to the National Capital. Tbo story Is
out that tlio members of tho Uopuhlican Nu
tluiilil Ctimuil(tee determined to suppoit onu
of (heir own number for tlio Cabinet. They
selected Mr. Clarksoii, Senator Quay tleclln
Uii, and hnvo been callfug (leneiul llariUon's
attention to him without eliciting any satis
factor) reply. Mr. Clarksoii was us uoii-com-mlttal
yestciduy upon this rmcstlon as ha has
always been since tho election.
llluli l.lreimu to Stand.
Tiir.NTos, N, J,, Jan 22.- -Tho Democratic
caucus last night decided to puss a hill fur tho
repeal of tho local option law and to let tho
high license law staud at It is.
THE CABINET DISCUSS IT
TIinSAMOAN AITAIU CONSlHEItKI)
1IUIIIM) OLUSKI) IHHMt.S.
Mr. lliijnrd'A I'nsltlon In tlio Mnltor
Can Our VokioIh Cope Willi (iurmmiy?
Great Ilrltnln ScikIh ii Cruiser to tlio
Tho Cabinet meeting to-day lusted tt
llttlo longer than usual. It Is supposed
thu Satnoan dllllcully was the subject ot
discussion and a communication may bo
sent to tho Somite touching tho un
friendly action of tlio Cietmaus.toward
tho Americans of Samoa, and iccom
ntcndlug that steps bo taken to prcscrvu
tlio dignity of the United Males Govern
ment. It was stated at thu Navy Department
to-day that Commander Dennis V. Mill
Ian of tlio U. S, S. Nlpslu was n mini not
lo be fooled with, nnd that It would not
surprise the Department ifiMullan should
fire on tho German vessels.
Mil. HAYARD'S POSITION-
Ho Has Always IimUloil on Mnmonn
Sir. IJnyard has tilways insisted that
tho natives of Samoan Islands should
havo tlio privilege of selecting tlioir own
ruler and maintaining an independent
form of government. Correspondence
on this subject also passed botweou Sec
retary Bavard and Cuunt lllsmnrck. and
there was n general undciHtandlug that
such u policy should prevail. In the
meantime It appeals that Tamaseso hns
set himself up as a ruler there, although
it is believed that he represents but a
minority of tlio citlvons.
Ho Is said to bo recognized and en
couraged by Germany, in Bpltu of tho
fact that KfngMatanfa claims to bo tho
choice of a largo majority of tho Inhabi
tants. The State Department has thus
far taken no part In tlio disputo between
tho rival rulers, but has stoutly main
tained that tho majority should rule at
Samoa, without rogaru to wuetner ia
mascso or Mataafti Is chosen.
Thu prlmo object of our Government
lias been to llvo up squarely to our treaty
obligations with Samoa, and atthusamu
time protect thu rights and Interests of
our citizens there. That Is tho position
tlio State Department occupies to-day,
and it remains for Congress to determine
what further ston shall bo taken by our
Government fn tills controversy.
the United .Stale Will lie Itopre-
dent oil ut .Samoa.
A high authority In naval affairs and
n man well Informed lu regard to tho
condition of tlio United btutes Navy,
said Inst evening:
"Tho Government lias plenty of ships
and can get all that are needed. The
only dllllcully is with their armament.
Ships are being built faster thali their.
guns can bo mode, ami this in itself is a
sourco of danger., Wo nro still badly
prepared for building great guns In this
country and thin is mine than over pain
fully appareuf'slnco tho bursting of tho
experimental cast Btecl-'gnn at Anna
polls several weeks ago nnd the still
unsatisfactory results of tho Zallnskl
dynnmlto gun. Tito great gun foundry
hi course of erection at Washington is
making somo progress, but it may bo
years before it can do tho work re
COUl'AIIISON OV NAVAL STIlENaTll.
At tho piesent ttmu there nro tlireo
German men-of-war in Samoan waters,
the Olca. Eber and Adlcr. Tho Olga is
a 2,169-ton wood and iron unarmored
vessel, and cnrrlcs about 230 men. Her
armament consists of eight 15-centlmutre
and two 8.7-ccntimetro breech-loading
rifled guns, nnd four smnll rapid-firing
guns. Thu Kbcr is n steel vessel, has a
displacement of 1,050 tons, and carries
six largo btccch-loading rifled guns. Her
crew numbers about 200 men. Tho Ad
lor Is tho smallest of tho thrco vessels,
having a 'displacement of only 887 tons.
Sho Is what Is known ns a composite gun
vessel, being constructed of wood and
steel.. Her armament consists of fivo
largo breech-loaders and hor crow num
bers about 100 men.
Opposed to this lormidablo naval ftuco
aro tho American men-of-war Nipsic,
Tronton ami Vatulndn,.now on thoir w.iy
to Samoan waters Tho Ntpslo is a
wooden vessel of l.fliJ tons displacement.
Her armament consUts of six uinoduch
nnd one eight-inch guns nnd ono sixty
nounder, all smoothbores and luu..lo-
loaders. The Trenton Is a wood nnd lron
vesfol of :i,000 tons displacement and
carries eloven eight-Inch oiglit-ton muz
zle loitling guns. Iloth vessels carry
smaller crews In pioportlon to their ton
nage than the Gi-rinan vessels, but aro
considered moro effectl vo at closo quarters
than at long range.
An Important Decision in loua.
Font Doihie, Iowa, Jan, 22. Tlio Supremo
Court lias rendered a decision which allows
land owneis to recover damage from stock
men who have horded stock oii.tiiifcnccd
lauds. Tbo caso was that of Harrington vs.
Adatnson, appealed fiom Palo 'Alto County
district, and decides hundreds of similar cases
pending In the loner comts. StocK-ralsers
owulnir herds in Western loivu have amassed
fortunes from herds grazed on unfinished
lands now belonging to Kasttm capitalists.
Ileturn I'm in Her Ilxploiattom.
VlUTOitiA, II. C, Jan. 22. Tho steamer
Cariboo Fly has leturnod from an ex
ploring trip to the Queen Charlotte Islands.
She was sent North bv tliosu Interested In tho
bl uck cod fisheries. They found tho passuga
navigable for vcosels drawing twelve feet of
water, batwoen Morcscry and (iratham Island,
and ulbO found two good harbors very clnsu to
tho Aching grounds and which wore not
marked on the admiralty chart.
Arretted by Vlclliintes,
Fonx Donui:, Iowa, Jan. 22. Thomas
Cooper, a prominent citizen of Lehigh nnd
deacon hi tlio Christian Church, was arrested
Thursday night by tho vigilantes, charged
with the violation Of tbo prohibition law. Ho
was turned over to too city authorities,
pleaded guilty uud wan placed In tbo county
Jail hero jesterday without bonds. Cooper
conducted the business of illicit liquor soiling
In tho basement of his residence.
How Soilikletll Lost the .Match.
Sciu.mon, Pa., Jnn, 23. 1'Ierio defeated
Soraklclit by two out of thrco fulls In n catch-us-catch-cati
match last uilit. Tho contest
was a desperate nue, tbo men striking ojch
other blows lu their nngcr. Pierro choked tho
,Iup. hi tbo tecomI bout till blood cuiuo ftom
the nostrils, and thuto .luetics weakened Sor.i
kleht so that ho lost both this und tho third
Amithur Defaulter Aunniineed,
Moiui.k, Ala,, Jim, 22. -It Is announced
thut (iuoigo A. Pcarco, secretary of tho Plant
ers' & Merchants' Itisuraiico Company, Is a
defaulter to tlio amount ot Hourly $oU,000 ami
that ho hits left tho city. Pcarco lias been ono
of tho best-kowu business men of .Mobile and
his reputation has liltheito been without 10
prnarli. Ho was u leading member of the
Baptist Church aud wus noted fur bit lurgo
Slllir OX HIS DOIIRSTEI'.
A .Saintly Mornlm: Trncoily nt Mount
I'nu.AiinmuA, Jan. 22. A special
fiom .Mount Holly says that shortly
aflt-r midnight Sunday morning John
JlcNri', who lives on a lonely load lead
ing frniii Slmuiong .Station to Indian
Mills, about twenty miles from Mount
Holly, shot and Instantly killed his
brother-in-law. Jnmes Dsillr-t, jr1.', on his
front doorstop. McNeil wns awakened,
by a loud rapping on ills front tliior. Ho
uroio, took his shotgun nml went to the
door. Ho opened It u short dlstilncc, nnd
poking tilt) gun out, said: "What do you
"I want you," responded the strnngor,
and stinted to enter. As ho did so Mu
Null llretl und the stranger fell dead, lliu
load entering his hodv near tho Jieail.
Up to this tlmo McNeil had not tho
slightest idea who tho man was. The
family wns noon aroused and mi investi
gation showed that the deatl man was
James Dallett, Jr., who had married
McNeil's sister some years ago, bill who
Is now dead,
McNeil gavo himself up to thu author
ities yesterday and Is now In jnll at
Mount Holly awaiting it hearing.
McNeil says he thought Dallott was a
While Cap, us several Wliltn Cup notices
hail been posted in tlio neighborhood ro
centlv. This is McNeil's version of tho affair
and Is corroborated by members of tho
family. There are many persons in tho
neighborhood, howovor, who say that
McNeil and Dallott wero not, on good
tonus, and wispect foul play,
A I SENSATIONAL SUICIDE.
A Mult Driven to holr-l)trtiolloii at Ite-
iioi-so titer III llrmlit.
Vi.s'ci:nni:s, Ind., Jan. 22. A sensa
tional suicide and a more sensational
confession occurred at Snndborn, thirty
miles noitli of this city, last Friday
night. Frank Watson, who lived three
miles soith of Sand horn, took a largo
dodo of morphine aud told his wife that
he hnd resolved to die; that lie feared tho
result of u crime that he had committed
in n Missouri towu lu a disreputable
houso. Do said he had slain a man and
woman in self-defense, anil Hint he had
been told that afternoon that tho Missouil
officers wcio uftur him to take hinrnway
to tlio sceno of his crime. Ho had com
mitted tho crfmo whllu living under an
assumed name, und had mndc up his
uiliid to die rather than go back.
The Work of tlio I'liiine.
Mr.TAMoiiA, li.i,., Jan. 22. At midnight
Sunday night tiro started In tho grocery storo
of Henry Karl nnd destroyed that storo and
stock, tbo dry goods and boot aud shoo store
of H.'Conrad, tho ceucral storo of C. D. Wnl
den, the Odd-Kellows' Hall and hardwuro
More of U. Nurlott. Nearly nil .of tho stocks
were consumed. Tho loss Is 23(J00.
Waukikian. I i.i.., Jan. 22. Tho Waukcgan
Central and llluli School building was burned
Inst evening, with u loss of $22,000. Tho
cause Is supposed to bo from a defective Hue.
or somo defect In tho healing uppaiatus. it
was Insured for about $1.1,000.
St. Paul, Minn., Jnu. 22. At 1:30 this
morning 11 ro started 'In tho building occupied
by tbe'Berrlford, Vholcsal6 Bakery and Con
ftctloncry Company, on the corner of Fifth
uud Mluucsota streets. All the stock and two
floors of IlitfioilNMory block wero burned.
hosi nbout $10,000, covered by Insurance.
Good Men Appointed In Hnstnn.
Boston, Jan. 22. Tbo Board of Aldermen
have confirmed tho Mayor's appointment of
William K. Illchards as trustee of tho Public
I.tbrury, vice W. II. Pitmorc, resigned. Tho
Mayor sent in the nomination of James B.
Kfchaidson as corporation counsel, vlco K. P.
Ncttlcton, resigned. Tho nominations wcut
over ono week under tho lulcs. Mr. Hlch
nrdson Is u Dartmouth gradttato and a mem
ber ot Iho law linn of Itlchurdsou'ib Hill. Ho
Is u largo real estate owner nnd trustee of sev
eral estates. Ho Is a man of Independent,
uou-p.irtlsan spirit and ts highly esteemed lu
privuto und business life.
Kntrles for Hie Chlcairo ItucoN.
Ciiioaoo, Jan. 22. Tho entry lists ot tho
sovcu stakes offered by tho Washington Park
Jockey Club wtro practically completed yc8
Icrdny. A crand total ot 1,!M0 horses aro
booked to run, un Increnso of 150 oyer tlio un
precedented number last year, and this, too,
notwithstanding that tho Finality Stakes
which contained 111 entries Is this year abol
ished. Tho Increase Is m.iluly in tbo two-year-old
stakes. The California contingent prom
ises to bo particularly strongjucludlng several
owners now to tho track.
The Sprlnc alley Hlrllco.
Si-iiiNii Vai.ixv, III., Jan. 22. Tho strike
of tho miners of the Spring Valley Coal Com
pany Is probably at an end. Thomas Mulvoy
Isliivln-,' a cliculnr printed stnting that bo
will no loncrcr work for the coal company. As
his picsi-neu in tho mines caused thu strike, it
Is tboiiu'lit that thu trouble Is ended. A speedy
returulug to work Is predicted,
A Hud Sliulte-llp
Cheyenne, Wv. T., Jim. 22. A passenger
train on tho Union Paelllc collided with a
freight train nt Golden (iatc, 1110 miles west
of lieio, last night. Several passengers from
the Paelllc Slopn, who wero coming Kust, were
badly sbukeu up, but no one was seriously
Injured. The baggucjo car und four freight
cuis wero destroyed.
A I.oeUport Contractor I'lillx,
I.ocKi'oitT, N. V., Jan. 22. William McIUc,
a m ell-known Mill oad and water works con
tractor, Is said to be llnaucl.illy embarrassed.
Ills failure Is said to bo entirely upcrscnnl
one and tho 11 r ins of which ho Is a member Is
not Involved. His liabilities are about $50
.Secretary l'lilri hllll'H Trip,
Nkw Yoiik, Jnu. 22. Secretary Fnlrchlld,
who ni rived in this city from Washington last
night, conferred with Collector Musjotio In
private during tho ululit, und this morning
left for his homo lu Oucnovla.
A llrltUh OruUor Sent.
London, Jan. 22. A Ilritish cruiser
from tlio Australian squadron has been
bent to Samoa to protect Ilritish interests.
Sho will an ivo at tlio Island at tho end
ot this weok
AT THE HOTEhS.
.lumen Curtail. Brooklyn, and A. B, Davis,
Philadelphia, are at thu Harris House.
1). M. Pnttoti, Philadelphia; Mit. Jarvls 1).
Bramuii, Ilo&tou, aro at Iho Normatidlu.
Clurleo Martin, Cincinnati; 11. .1. lalinon
stun, Philadelphia; B, A. Henrique, Now
Mexico, aro ut Wclckor's
,Moes P. Handy of Philadelphia and Harold
W. Suwull, United Stater, Cousul-Gencral ut
Samoa, nro at Chaiubeillu's.
C. C. Unthlciiiii, Chicago; C, W. Todd, T.
C. Mcl.uuglilin, New Yoik', Charlen K. Hub
bell, ryrncuu, and Miss L, aud Miss Uawsou,
St. Paul, aro ut Wlllard'.
Maio Klaw, manager for Fauny Daionport;
Henry W. Oliver, Pittsburg; F. C. I'luuior,
New Mexico, and John M. 'Ihurstou aud wife,
Oiuiihu, are at tbo Arlington,
Dr. II. M. Ileum, Woodbury, Tenti.; C. C.
Iluinllu, Boston; W. J. lllhson, Nuw York; S,
I Mucklc, Coniifcttout; James Thompson,
Louisville, Ky., uro registcicd at tho lhggs
11. M, Peiiuou.Wlicellnir.W.Vii,; 1). p. Dob
bhik, Buffalo, N. Y.; 11. V. Miirtln, Birmliiir
luin, Ala.; John Uulheitord, Richmond, Vu.;
W. M. Meredith, Chicago; F.dward JuJhou
and wife, Clinton, N V.; P. II. Mooro and
Tlieodoru Mooie, JSew Yuik, urc nt Worm-')'.
ici:oi:nt haim'nvinos tiiiiouoiioiit
Kutclilr orti trull Htrrot llrokor The An
lliorltle Alter "lted-Noxo MtltoV Ac
compiler Au'utrn In Nuw' Ymk,
Hoiiokkn, N. ,1 , Jan. 22. Mr. Charles
i. Itttbsamcn, a retired Wall street
bunker und broker, committed sulcldo
by shooting himself through thu head at
his home, -118 Garden street, to-day.
llu died almost instantly. Mr llitb
snmen was leported lo ho worth $200,000,
was forinoily a member of thu linn of
Murks So Co',, bankers and brokers, on
Wall sli cot, und wai a member of tho
Ho was 01 yours of ago and wnsrt unlivo
of Fratikfort-ou-lho-Maln. For tho post
two days ho has boon laboring under
tiimporary aberration of tho mind und
feaied ho would come to waul.
AFFAIRS WXKW YORK-
IlnppcnlnuH In Ootliiini of Interest, to tlio
Nkw Yoiik, Jnn. 22. Tlio exact result
of tho salo of pews for Itov. T. Dowltt
Talmugo's Brooklyn Tabumaclo show's
tho total realized by the miction for
premiums to he (),:!() 1. This sum is over
and above thu ilxcd rental for tho news.
Kacli pew-holder pays a Used rental, and
thu ptomlum for Ids choice.
The Volunteer Sold,
Tlio Herald says: General Paine has
sold tho Vnlunteer to a member of tho
beawnnhaka Corinthian Yacht Club.
Tin, Alftiitluns IteluiiKOd.
All but seven of thu Alsatians nrrlving
on Lu Chnnipngno, Saturday, and de
tained at Casllo Garden until ycsteulay,
wero released by order of tho collector,
who held that their allidavits did not
Indicate that llioy wero contract laborers,
and to-llay they will start for Florida on
thu Clyde steamship Seminole.
OMliilloviltl Hnftrtil Siioh.
Tho Herald says that O'Donovan
llossa has begun a suit for libel against
tho Catliolio A'eiM, placing tho damages
at $100,000, and that suit will also bo
brought, against Henry Labouchcre, M.
P., of the London Truth for Ills slnndor
otts attacks upon llossa.
A Novel I'liin oT DclotiMO.
Tho World this morning says a power
ful company of capitalists, already or
ganized, with millions of dollars behind
It, has proposed to tho Government a
plnn to defend the entrance tohiiiborBby
forcing petroleum to the stirfaco of tho
water through pipes laid at tlio bottom
for that purposo and igniting it with
burning IjoiiiIh. thus creating a bca of
lire, through which an enemy's flout
must pats. Tho World devotes n column
to n description of this now mode of war
fare, and states that nn experiment will
soon bu made to demonstrate) the practi
cability of the plan.
henleiici'd to 11 line
John Theodore Welld, alias John
Greenwald, convicted of murder in tho
first degree, lu killing Mr. Lyman S.
Weeks, was to-day sentenced to bo
hanged on the 12th of March.
PAYMASTER M'UUIRK'S MURDER
Kxtrndltlon l'apnrs for Iteil Nnso Ml Ice's
Philadelphia, Jan. 22. Tho papers
for the extradition of two accomplices of
ltcd Noso Mike, who took part in tho
cold-blooded murder of Paymaster Mc
cluro nnd his assistant, Flannigau, nt
Wllkesbarro last October, havo been pre-p-ircd
and forwarded to tho Italian gov
ernment. To avoid any danger of their
making their escape boforo the arrival o
tlie papers tho authorities Hero cabled
that government to hold them till such
tlmo as tho n.incrs miulit arrive. A reply
to this was icceived yesterday statlngthut
the request could not bo complied with.
Killed IIlniHoir With u Toy Gun.
St. Paul, Minn.. Jan. 22. Frederick De
Innccy Holbert, a 17-year-old boy, living with,
his mother at 11 1 Ashland avenue, accident
ally Bhot and falallv wounded himself with a
toy rlllo lust evening. Tho deceased .was
studying for tbo ministry, nnd n few minutes
before tbo shooting ho had passed a most suc
cessful examination. Ho was a nephew of the
lato Hoscno Coukltng and related to other
prominent families lu New Yoik.
A Silly Trlak Proves ratal.
Dun, Pa., Jan. 22. As the inmates ot tha
Pennsylvania Soldiers' Homoweic slttlngdow n
to tuppcr last evening John Qulnlan of Phila
delphia pulled tho chair out triitu under Louis
Balchler of Mahotio City, who fell heavily
upon tho Hoar. Blood gushed from his mouth
and nose, and ho died In u few minutes,
Qulnlan Is wild with grief nnd has been place
lu lull to prevent him from hanging himself.
FINANCIAL ANII COMMERCIAL.
Nrw 1'oiik, Jan. 22. Money, 2&2J per
cent. Exchange steady, posted rates, 4S01
4-504; actual rates, -185103,-ISO for 00 days and
tiovernmenis steady; cmrency, ns, nu
bid; Is, coupons, 127 bid; -Us, do., 100 bid.
Tbo stock market opuncd tinner und frac
tionally higher, uud, diirim; tho mnrulng,
under an nctlvo biilng of Atchison, Topckn.
it Santa Fo uud somo covering by the shorts,
prices stcudlly advanced to noon, which tlmo
they wero 1 to 2 per cent, higher than those of
lust nlu'lit. At this writing tbcro has been
1 p. m. prices. W. U &ti; N. t. C. 1CV3J;
N. .1. C, ibj; Mich., Ml; C. P., 3(1; N. P., -;
do. pfd., ; 111. C, ll!)j; Can. Fuc., ; U.
Fnc, ; Mo.. 72; Tot ,201; C. S..CU; D. ,t
II., 1I17J; 1) , L. ,t W., HUJ , F.rle. 28i; do.
pfd., lilj; K. & T.. IRli L. A N.. R7J; M. &
Jj. ; N. W.. 107J; O. ,fc V 1.11:0. ,fc M.
821; 1. M., "!; Kciidlng. 4S; It. I., 0SJ; O.
M., 321; do. pfd., Oil; St. Paul, 5; do. pfd.
1018; N. C. W; S. ,t W., MS; Wub., 122;
do. pfd . 25; II. ,t Q., 1001; P. D. A E., 202;
Man., 1001; O. A N., 03; O. it T., 301.
Tho WanliliiKton Ptnukit,
Mlsccllaueoiib Bonds W. ,t (i. ii. K.. 108;
Masonic Hall Ass'u. 100; Wash. Market Co.,
115; Inland ,t Scibord Co., - ; Wash. Light
Iufunm, 1st, 07; Wiibh. J.lcht Iufantrv. 2d,
; Wu'sli. Oas Llirht Co., 121; Wash, lias
National Bank Stocks Bank of Welling
ton, 31,1: Hunk ot Republic, 100; Metiopolltau,
200; Ceutial. 203; Second. 1.10; Farmers' uud
Mcchuutcs 10.1; Clllzeus', 125; Columbia,
Kallroad Stocks Wushlncton and Oooriro
to'ui, 2I."; Metropolitan, 111; Uolutublu, 1)3;
Cap. it North O 61., 3SJ; Anucostla. .
Insurance blocks Flieiiien'a. -10; Franklin,
13; Metropolitan, 72: National Union. 10;
Arlington, ltiO: Corcoran. 110; Columbia, 131;
German Aliiencau, lbO: Potomac, 75; Klggs, b.
(ins and Electric Light Storks Washington
(lax, -101, (ieorgotown (las, 11; U.S. Eleetrls
Telephone Stocks Pennsylvania, 30; Ckcsa
peuku it Potomac, 7.
Miscellaneous Stocks Wasblnctou Market
Co,, 17: Wushluetou Uriel Muchlno Co.. 200;
National Piess Brick Co., ; (liuut Falls Ice
Co., HO, Bull ltun Panorama Co, 21J; Heal
Estulo Title Insurance Co., 11,11; Columbia,
Title Insurance Co., 5); National Sato De
posit Co., 200, American Uruphopkouu Co.,
I. oeal Weather Indications.
fair; warmer; variable winds.