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tilST YEAl? HO- G,3S8.
WASHINGTON, 1TBIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 25. 1SS.
PI? (IE TWO CENTS
Tlio Question of Jloynlty on Steam l'rlnt-
Inn Proline Come Up Tlio 1'rlntorit
Curry Their Point by u Mnjorlty of
L Tit tlifi Snnnln tn.rlit Afi TTnln inrA-tpi1
11IIIIU UUDIIIW Kwytthjf '& jAttiw imivin.ii
tho Consulnr and Diplomatic Appropria
tion bill and gnvo notlco Unit hu would
call It up early noxt weak.
Mr. Allison moved Unit UioHctmto in
uist on its nniondmont to tho Tariff bill
and ask for n conforenco with tho IIouso
on tlio bill and amendment. Agreed to.
Mr. Pryo roportcd back House bill for
ft llirllt.cdill, -A'lfll frrt atfrnnltt lit Jvlllllv
Inlook at a cost not exceeding $00,000,
Wth nn nmcndtnnnt'makltig tumllar pro
visions for Great Hound Shoals, near
Nantucket, Mass. Tlio nniondmont evus
agreed to, the bill passed and a confer
ence with tho IIouso asked.
Tlio MIHtarv Acndemv Appropriation
bill was passed. On motion of Mr,
Hoar (who said that eomo now
parts In regard to tho measure had
boon learned at tho Treasury
Department) the voto by which tho bill
for tho relief of the Louisiana National
Hank passed was recensldured und tho
bill was recommitted to tho Committee
Tho pensions appropriation bill was
rnsscd, and tho Senato took up tho bill
declaring truslB unlawful.
At 2 o'clock it was 'laid aside. Tho
Rennto passed tho bill establishing two
land districts in Nebraska,
Tlio Pacific Hailroad Funding bill was
then taken up.
Tho Army Appropriation bill was re
ported to tho IIouso to-day and placed
on tho calendar.
Tho bill to establish n national military
nnd naval museum at "Washington was
also reported. Cominltteo of tho "Whole.
Considciation of tlio Sundry Civil Ap
propriation bill was then proceeded with.
The amendment providing that no part
of the appropriation shall bo used for the
repair or reconstruction of steam pinto
printing presses was agreed to.
Mr. Kong offored un amendment In
creasing tho royalty for tho uso of tho
presbcs from ono cent to llfty cents per
thousand impressions. Tho amendment
was defeated by a voto of 83 nays to 81
Mr. Randall presented tho amendment
which the Into Mr. Hurtles intended to
offer before ho was strickon with paraly
sis, that Is to the effect that unless tho
owners of tho machines accept tho $500
aqd tho bounty of 1 cent per thousand
impressions, tho machines shall bo dis
pensed with. Tho amendment was
Nomination Sent to the' Sennto.
Tbo President sent to tho Senate to-day tlio
Charles Francis Stokes ot Now York, to bo
nn Assistant Surgeon In tlio Navy,
Hussell V. Woodman of Maine, to bo Ap
praiser of Merchandise for the Tort of Fort
benjamin F. Chadbourtic ot Maine, to bo
.Assistant Appraiser of MorcbandUo lor tlio
port of 1'ortiaud, Mo.
Kobcrt M, Uraucb, Postmaster at Florence,
jMass., and a number ot army nominations.
, The Mllltnry Appropriation Hill.
' Tho Military Appropriation bill for 1800 was
this morning reported to the IIouso by Mr.
Towiisbcml. It carries an appropriation of
634,460,015 against $'24,471,300 In tho bill ot
18S0. Tho estimates for 1800 wcro $35,070,333.
Among the larger amounts are: for paying
ofllccrs of tlio lluo, $3,857,000; for enlisted,,
W,137,000; for lotlred ofllccrs, $050,000; for
the purcbaso of moveable, sub-marine tor
pedoes, $500,000; for tho purcbaso of ono
hundred acres of ground adjoining Mudlson
Harracks, New Yoik $7,000.
Mr. Clunnlos' Contest.
Mr. Morrow of California yesterday received
a telegram announcing that a recount of tbo
vote for Congressman In ono precinct of San
Francisco bad Increased bis voto to sixty-two,
making his majority now 053. Tbo other city
precincts arc lu tho Fifth district, and thcro
was every ludlcatlon that tho recount now In
progress would place l'holps' majority so
high that his Democratic competitor, Mr.
Clunnlc. would not contest. Ho had agreed
In fact not to do so It tho recount showed a
proportionato Increase In his opponent's favor.
THE SAMPAN TKUUBLK.
The Stiito Department ling Nothing to
tiny In tlio Mutter.
The State Department had no Informa
tion to givu out to-day on tho Samoan
trouble. Tho press roporters were told
to look to Congress and tho newspapers
for any news on that subject.
A Conference or lleuubllriina.
Goncral Charles II. Grosvouor, tho president
ot the National Union League, has called a
meeting of tho National Council to bo held at
.the Khbttt IIouso on t Saturday, tho Sd ot
March, at 0 a. m. This mcctlug will bo at
tended by prominent Republicans from all
purls of tbo country and moasurcs will ho con
sidered calculated to uphold tlio Incoming na
tional administration and to strengthen tho
Union Itcpubllcun party, especially lu tho
Tlio Cuntcnnlul at New York,
A cominltteo of escort will leavo Washing
ton with tho President on April 3, to bo
present at tho Centennial Celebration thcro,
and a reception will take place In Philadelphia
that evening. A public reception will bo held
ut Independence Hall on tbo 20th. A rccop
tlou will bo held ut tho Trenton Stato IIouso
tho next day. 'I ho President will spend Suu
iliiy, tho 23th, with Dr. Pattou, president of
Intoriintlnniil Congress of Agriculture
(leneial "William U. Franklin, the United
States Commissioner to tho Paris Exposition,
has Just received Invitations addressed to tho
American Agricultural Societies fiom tlio Or
ganizing Committee of tbo International Con
gress of Agriculture, which Is to take placo In
Paris during tlio month ot September in uou
ucctlou with tho great World's Fair,
(lllilon Turned Over to Jersey,
E. 1). Cilldca was to-day turned over to the
New Jersey authorities on a requisition. Ho
Is wantod on tho charges of forgery anil lar
ceny. It la alleged that ho forged an older
fur somo furniture which a widow named
Swift bad placed lu the storo rooms, llo was
arrested under tho mimo ot Coustluo by Ofll
ccis Wheeler and Muttingly, ,
Tlio Thespian dull.
Articles of Incorporation wero filed to-day
for tho Thcsplau Club, tho objects being lit
orary Improvement and social Intercourse.
Tbo Incorporators aro James Stuart, Alfred A.
ltlehards, M. J. Hldgway and It. V, Williams.
Conferring About (lie I'ariulo,
General Hasting was In consultation with
Colonel Ilrltton this afternoon about tho
T.ewls Y. Costloy and Maltha Ncal; Kugeno
Ittissoll, Philadelphia, l'a., and Mary L, Uluu
LATE DEPARTMENT NEWS.
Tho Commissioner of Pensions has
been ndvlscd us follows: Charles
Mtillor, recently convicted lu U. S. Court
for Territory of Montana, for forgory in
connection with n pension check, has
been sentenced to imprisonment for thirty
days In penitentiary and to pay a flno of
$2o nnd cost of piosccittton.
Isaac (illliim, Jordan Lnrrimnrc,
Hanks JCent, Henry llcll nnd Nelson
Finloy havo nil been arrested tluough
.Speclnl L'xamlucr Itcnslcyfor conspiracy
and perjury in the falsu claim for pen
sion of Isaac Gliitim. Two ofMlicm wero
Indicted by the United Slates grand jury
nt St. IjouIs,Mo., on tlio 21st Insf., and
two more wcro bound over by u United
mates commissioner nt lintinmai, mo.,
on tho ll)th Inst, to await thu action of
tho United .States grand jury for Eastern
District of Missouri nt the May term.
John A. Hess of Huclinnau, "W. Va.,
has been Indicted by tho U. S. gtnnd
jury, at I'arkcrsburg, "W. Vit., for
charging Eliza .1. Kettle, a pensioner,
$000 for his services in prosecuting her
Creswoll Ilrodv of Unshur County. "W.
Va., hns been Indicted by tbo U. S. grand
jury, at Parkorsbuig, Vv Vu., for viola
tion of tbo attorney act In tho ponsion
easo of Eliza J. Kuttlo.
Among tbo President's callers to-day
wero Senators Conkrcll, Hansom, Sauls
bury, ISlodgctt, with Representative
elect Gusseniinlmcr nnd tilends of New
Jersey, Representatives Craln, Itogers,
lilies, Norwood und McCrcnry and Gov
Tho following additional cadets have
bceu appointed to the "West Point Mill
tnvy Academy: Buoll Bttrdett Uassott,
New Britain, Conn.; J. L. Itnso, Whit
nov County, Ky.; Joseph Mnyse, Sum
mit, Miss.; John S. Babble. Avarrcnton,
N, C; Norman S. Thrashor, Dayton,
Arguments wero hoard to-day by tho
First Comptroller in the ease of claim
ants against the award mado to Samuel
Tho national bank notes received to
day by the Treasurer of tho United States
for redemption amounted to 101,014.
Tho President hns made tbo following
appointments in tlio militia of the Dis
trict of Columbia: Prank Aldrich, aide-do-camp,
with tho rank of captain; Har
rison S. Harbour, second lieutenant of
Cavalry Troop A, and Charles O. M.
Loclller, adjutant, with tho rank of first
lieutenant, In the First Battalion of In
fantry. The President has approved tho joint
resolution to print additional copies of
tho United .States map of tho edition of
1887. prepared by tho Commissioner of
Leave of absenco granted First Lieu
tenant Henry Kcrby, Tenth Infantry, has
been extended ono month on surgcon'a
certlllcato of disability.
Matters lloforo the IIouso District Com
mittee. The House District Committee at its
meeting this morning ordered a favorablo
report on tho bill for the establishment
of a board of appeals to hear grievances
lu regard to tnxntlon. The value of
property at present being assessed only
once in tbrco years, the board, which,
is to consist of tbo Collector, Assessor,
nnd'Assessw'svolerk, is also authorized
to-chnnge the assessed valuo of property
du'rirl<ffaU-timevaccording to whether
it increnses or decreases lu value.
The bill to tunnel Hock Creek was also
taken-up and discussed for a whllo with
out action thereon.
Meeting of tho Sonnte Committee.
Tho Senato Committco ordered a
favorablo report, wltn amendments, on
tho bill to change the jury laws of tbo
District, and nlso to ompowcr IhO Su
premo Court of tho District to fix the
tlmo for holding tho different courts of
tbo District. Ono of tbo principal pro
visions of tho bill is tho changing of tho
tlmo of servico of juryman from thrco
months to one.
This will allow business mon to act In
that cnpaclty without seriously inter
fering with their duties.
The bill for tho relief of building nnd
loan associations wns also discussed, but
so much opposition was doveloped that
It was laid over. It will probably bo
acted upon unfavorably. '
' Mr. Cullom Introduced n bill to allow
the Ecklngton & Soldiers' Home Rail
road to extend Its tracks and to incroaso
its capital stock.
saleop"tTie "herald." ,
A I-nrgo Number nf Newspaper Men on
A scoro or two of nowspapor men and
men who contomplate becoming nows
paper men, assembled in the business
olllco of the old Sunday Herald, around
tho corner on Tenth street from Tun
CitiTtc office at 2 o'clock this afternoon,
for tlio sale of. that paper under two
deeds of trust.
Among them wcro General Bqynton,
Hallet KUbourn, Hon. Berlnli "Wilkins,
J. II. Soule, "W. Scott Towers, Colonel
Morrow, St. John Appo, T, II. Heath,
II. L. Pcluzo nnd A. E. Honsey. Boforo
the. bidding commenced lawyer E. B.
Hay read a formidable looking legal doc
ument to tboeffect that there was a claim
against thu propel tv in tho form of n
suit brought by R. 0. Hewitt's estate for
Then Mr. Appleby said that the pur
chaser would bu given 11 clear, guaran
teed title and tho bidding began ut (0,000.
Tlio bidding was brisk, and in twenty
minutes the old paper was knocked
down to A. T. Honsey, bidding for him
self and J. II. Soulo, who say they nro
gotng to run thu Herald under tho stylo
of Soulo & Honsey, for $ 10,000.
The price is regnuled as n fair one.
Mr. Soulo has for years been puplisblng
a soldlor paper and conducting a general
publishing business on Market Space.
lloconl Cabinet Guoskuh,
Colonel Swords, secretary to tho Inaugural
Committco, who has returnod from Now York
city, says that ho Is satisfied that Mr, lllaluv,
Senator Allison, Mr, Waimmalter and General
Aljier will form tuirt of tho Cabinet. It Is
stated that Vrcsidcnt-alect Harrison has for
tho second or thlld tlma renewed his Invita
tion to Senator Allison to tako thoTieasury
portfolio, and that If this distlnguhuod states
man again icfuscs to accept Iowa will not lie
given a Cahluct position, uud tho Secretary
ship ot tho Tieaaury will go to tho Hon. Jehu
C, New of Indiana.
Unlawful Itestralut Allvced.
James A. l'cck, with J. M, Hicks as coun
sel, has tiled a petition for a writ of habeas
corpus for tho purpos6 of compelling Kuunu
Peek to release his son, James A, Peck, who
ho alleges Is unlawfully restrained ot his
liberty,' Judge Montgomery Issued a writ,
returnable to-morrow at '4 o'clock,
Suit for 8300,000,
Vam Dohoe, I a,, Jan, 25. The Cedar Falls
k Minnesota Hallway Company has Itibtltutcd
suit against tho Illinois Central for 00,000,
which thoy claim la duo them for lUtgen
mouths' lepta) ot (h,c Cedar l'" road bed,
GREAT DAY FOR B. P. O.E.
Tlin ANNUAL llKNlU'IT AT Al.
UAUOIl'S THIS AI'TKIINUON.
Arrival of nn Oporn. Company tiy Special
Train from l'lillnitclplilu Tho Cull on
tho l'rcslilont-A Hurried lVrrnrmaiico
Off Acaln for tlio Uniilter City.
Thero wcro nioro'Jlu''-trlinmc ovov"
coats on the sticet to-day than there
havo been for ninny n day.
Mora than thcro havo been since tho
Elks' benefit Inst year.
Philadelphia nnd Bnltimoto sent their
full quota of the ''pcifcsh" und n lot
camo down from New Yoik, too.
A special train of three cars rolled Into
tho Sixth-street donot at Jl o'clock with
the "Said Pasjia" pcoplo aboard and
with them wore 11 lot of Philadelphia
show people who didn't tako part In the
nbruviatud rendition of the opera at Al
bniiRb's, but added splendor to the parade
as thoy rodo up tho stteot from tho sta
tion. Tlioinanngoiial diamonds sparkled In
tho bright sunlight of one of "Washing
ton's perfect winter days.
Bright faces of loading ladies looked
out from nests of black Russian sable,
and equally bright faces of chorus girls
irom tlio collars or tneir seaisuin piusu
wraps us their owners rddo up the sunlit
Avenue in open carrincej.
Rouged, perhaps, and lookinc a trlflo
faded In the merciless sunlight, but every
face of them bright and happy, for every
little fomlnino professional heard us well
ns tbo big ones of their brothers of tho
stage know that it was for sweet cnnriiy s
sake that they woro doing tho extra after
Charity for actors and actresses whoso
faces are no longer bright, whoso voices
jiavo gone to pieces and are no louger
Everybody wns talking about the Elks'
benefit. And everybody went too who
had 11 half dollar and could got Insldo tho
house, and If they couldn't get inside tlio
house thoy bought a ticket anyway. Tho
house was crowded to its greatest holiday
capacity. Every ono was anxious to
know what it was that tho Pasha had
Old theatrical friends stood about In
tho lobbies and at tho stago door and
swapped stories, not nil now stories but
tbeatro stories, for show pcoplo aro about
the only ones that can talk shop
Intelligently, and that is a great recom
mendation. And tho "Said Pasha" pcoplo did not
como hero merely to amuse people.
They wanted to bo amused, too.
So thoy called oh President Clovcland
at tho "White IIouso.
Grand High Exalted Allopathic Ruler
of the Elks Leach presented the singers'
to Urantt liigli J-Jxalted ltuierot tlio
United States Cloveland in tho East
Thcro wero about seventy of them,
nnd the reception, lasted about a half
hour, and after it was over tbo Said
Pasbawent to the-Harris House and ate
Manager Thompson helped Dr. Leach
out with thu presentation, nnd tho show
people uccinrea inai 11 1 resiucm uieve
land would brush up his elocution ho
could do the Mikado to the queen's taste.
And nil the while they wcro telling
stories, good, bad. and Indifferently bad,
fortmittoruwithout a story would bo as
great ii rarity, as ono that would admit
tHh('"Jjts,,Viahiry was high as it ought
to be. ;t
Of 'tlio show itself nothing need bo
It had to bo scon to be appreciated.
Tho comic opera in its abridged form
was clover, and thcro nro people who say
that its abridgement didu t hurt itauy.
Tho, specialty turns that tilled out tho
performance to a long aftcrnoonful of
fun wcro at their best.
The' performance took on the sprightly
nir of 11 frolic, for tbo pretty day mado
ovory ono good-natured.
Tho "Said Pasha" peoplo had to start
back to Philadelphia at 3:30, "and will do
it all over again to-night at tho now
"Grand" In Philadelphia. I
Thoy havon't llnislicd counting up tho
house yet, but they havo counted enough
to know that It is tlio most successful
bencllt tho local Elks over gave.
HE WANTED A DUEL.
Itoprcsentatlvo Hurry Went tint to
Illiicleimburir, Hut round no One,
Some tlmo yesterday Representatives
Craln of Texas and Harry of Mississippi
nro said to lmvo had a misunderstanding,
which resulted in tholr coming to blows.
The Ciiitio reportor has It upon authen
tic authority that Mr. Harry struck tbo
llrst blow, whereupon Mr. Craln throw
him to tlio floor and hold him down, re
fraining from striking him, ns Mr. Harry
was under thu influence of liquor.
Rumor 1ms it that Inter In tlio day Mr,
Harry had n quarrel with a Republican
member, and challenged him to light It
out with pistols at Hlnuensburg, nnd that
Mr. Harry drove out ,to Hlandensburg
and rnltcd for several hours for the
member, but tho hitter did not appear.
Tlio Old Hnndlt Was Kama.
JiiFrisnsoMTi.i.i:, Inh.j Jan. 125. Sheriff
Hay and posso went to Hull Clock Wednes
day night and ai rested Harrison Hogan.
They ran tlio 6to.imer Mlnnlo liav up to his
shanty nnd throw tho electric light rays upon
It. Hogan camo out to givo battle, hut seeing
tho odds, retreated Inside, Tho excitement
amoui! tho llav's fifty nassencers was Intense.
Hogau'a hired man begged him to surrender.
The old man then bared his breast nnd
asked tho sheriff to shoot him. Ho had no
friends, had been beaten out nt his woalth,
and did not want to bo further abused,
Finally ho (surrendered. '1 ho arrest caused u
sensation. Hogan had hitherto successfully
resisted 111 1 cat, jjlvlns battle a imtubornf times
and putting tho olllcers to illght, though ho Is
to years oiu.
ltmiml TJmliur bent to Cunmlii,
Ottawa, Ont., Juu. M. -A rcpoitproparcd
by tho .American Consul hero shows that tho
quantity ot pluo logs and round lumber ship
ped from the United States 10 Canada durini;
tho last ten jears Is 450,000,000 feet, valued at
1, 500,000. In tho same pcilod Canada has
Bhlppud to tho United States lM,000,Ot)0 feet,
valued at $-100,000.
A WrentlhiR Mutch for $300.
WoucESTKit, MA4S., Jan. S3, Tlio wrest
llug match at tho theater last night between
Dufurof Marlboro' and Urnham of Kngland
was won by tho former. Immediately after
tho contest a match was mado between Diitur
and 11063 for WOO a sldo, Iho contest to take
placo lu this city next Monday night,
An Amurli'.tn Hurcli'i' In Franco,
London, Jan, US At tho leanest of tho
French authorities Eddy Giicrln, alias Ucorgo
Graham, nil American burglar, has bcou con
voked to Lyons from Loudon, bound and
closely guarded, Ho Is Accused ot stcaliug
000,000 fiaucs tiotu tho Hank ot Franco.
HlsiunroU In the KnUilistiij;.
DcitLiN, Jan. 25. 1'rlnco lllsmarcU unex
pectedly appeared lu tho Itelchstag yesterday.
Ho Immediately retired to a prlvato room,
where ho iold a cuufcrenco 011 tho Colonial
bill with tlio cloilcal add national Liberal
THE DISTRICT- OOVERNMENT.
Tbo Commissioners havo written to the
IIouso District Committee- relative to the
bill amending tbo present assessment
laws. lie snys that the prlncipnl objectof.
the bill Is the creation of n boaid of tax
and license appeal. They say 110 argu
ment can bo needed to show the value of
having such u board lit consultation with
tho assessor, while the duty of equaliza
tion and correction Is briefly pertornied.
It hns always been ono of tho evils of
our .system, they say, tb'at U10 assess
ments for Inxrs lu the District art) sub
mitted to the very men who made them
for revision, equalization nhd correc
tion. They say, in conclusion, that it
is proposed to crentu a board to give to
clti.ens on appeal from the assessments
mndu trleniilnlly by the original net, a
right thoy nro deprived ot? under tho
existing law. This dcpilvntion has been
seriously felt for years, and this hill
relieves it entirely.
The Commissioners last oyonlng for
warded to Mr. Tnulbco of tho School
Site Investigating Committco'- all tho
information asked for In his tetter of the
Mlh Instant. Thu informntlou Is In
tabulated form, and shows the location
of each piece of property pmchascd, the
object of the purchase tlio 1 price pnld
tlierctor. of whom nurcliastxl. to whom
such payments wcro made, nnd tho dale
of each purchase. With fufcrenco to
whether any such purchases wcro mado
through persons designated or employed
by tbo Commissioners, thoy say that no
persons woro employed by' fhein for the
purposo indicated, as there was no ap
propriation from which such persons
could bo remunerated. Tho Commis
sioners ate unablo to state what compen
sation wns pnld by tbo owners of real
estate who sold their property to tho
District to any person who negotiated
such salo. Mr. Tuulbeo In his letter to
the Commissioners informed them that
thoy could appear before the committco
in person or by counsel.
A complnnt was made by JohnTllltng
hast of 831 First street northeast that
liquor was sold on Sunday at Dclawaro
avenuo and I street. Lieutenant Kellv
roported that tho placo is not licensed,
nnd because ho could not piovo three
sales of liquor he could not got a warrant.
He tried to prosecute for selling to
minors, and it is a question if an un
licensed dealer can be prosecuted on this
"Wholcsalo liquor licenses have boon
granted tb J. Carroll, 1201 O street south
east, and J. Ilcgarty, 1000 North Capitol
In refcrenco to a resolution of tho Sen
ato calling upon them to report whotber
tho Ecklngton nnd Soldier's Homo Rail
road Company Is Indebted to the District,
tho Commissioners havo written to Mr.
Ingalls, President pro tern, of tbo
Sennto, on the subject. Thoy slate that
thoy deferred ' paving of New York
nvenuo between Seventh street nnd New
Jersoy avenuo until tbo road was con
structed. Under tho law they charged
against tlio company tho cost
of paving between tho rails
and tracks nnd thrco fctt exterior
thereto. A bill amounting to $10,0-53.58
was rendered against the company with
request that It might bo paid to the Har
bor Asphalt Compauy, who did tlio
work. On December 4 tbo Barber Asphalt
Company informed tho Commissioners
that the railroad company had failed to
pay the bill, and asked for n ccrtilicatu
of " Indebtedness against tho' company.,
and a certificate was issued on the 10th
instant. -Tho Commissioners cidm .that
the railroad company is no moro in
debted to the District. Tho, law pro
vides that if tho certllicatcsinro not paid
in ono year tho Commissioners can sell
the property of the company.
RosoiA. Foster has informed tho Com
missioners that the recent list of prop
erty In arrears for taxes, published by
them, shows a charge, nsalnst lot 128,
squaro 304. Sho says that on sovoral oc
casions wheu sho sent to the Collector
for'tlio nmount duo ho sent her only the
bill for the coming six months' tax", nnd
nothing was said about any arrears that
accumulated when sho was absont from
tho city and which alio would have paid
had she known thoy oxlstcd. This, sho
claims, should bo a bar to the collection
of ponaltics on tboso arrearages.
Colonel John M. Wilson has granted
permission to tlio District to use for stor
apo purposes the reservation nt Twenty
second and E streets.
W. C. Hryman calls attention to tho
filthy condition of tho sidewalk on Four
teenth street, between U and Q streets
Huildlng permits have been granted to
"W. II. Mills to erect. n dwelling, 722 First
street southwest, to cost $900; Katlo D.
Boyd, dwelling, 47 M street, !?2,000;
Elizabeth Wise, dwelling, 311 Q street,
James E. Williams of Twentieth and
L streets has beon granted a barroom
Diikoto,to Consider Woman SiiUrace,
UiSM.utcK, Jan. 23. Tlio council yosterday
passed tho bill repealing the law which taxes
railways on their gross oainlngs, mid thus
paves tho way for taxlui; tho loads on their
lands and property. Thero wns a spirited
lluht over tho measure, but the railroad
champions wcro defeated and tho bill will go
to tho House, where In nil probability it will
pass. A petition signed by 4,000 cltltcns ot
tho Territory, pravlni; for woman suffriure.
was presenttd to tho IIouso yesterday after
noon, and tbo .bill granting womcu tho right
to veto will como up to-day.
Drlvlnc Out tho Kooniers,
1'uncELi., Isu, Tun., Jan, SS.A company
of U. S. tioops arrived here ou Wcduenlay
from Fort Ucno, ciosscd the Canadian ltlvcr
und piocecdcd to eject tho '"boomeis" fiom
the Oklahoma Territory. Over COO families
wero driven out and nro mow encamped
mound l'uicell. Some llltla resistance was
ofl'eicd, but without avail,
China to Annex tlorou,
San Fuancisco, Jan. 85. Tbo Japan
Gazelle ot January 4 saysf. "It Is rumored
among tho respcetablo classes of natives, sjjs
tho Foo Chow 7-.Vio, tliaC China will annex
Corea after tho Kmncror's marriage, nnd tho
present King and his fnuillywlll bo deposed,
and that Muiquls Tseng will bo appointed as
vlccioy of Corea."
Smloiis l'lru In Jnekson, MImh,
Jackson, Miss,, Jan. S3, Firo started soon
after midnight lu tho busluuss part ot tho
city. The stores of Stodtuah & Co., V. A
Whiting, llyiou Lender and 8. S. Vlrden
havu been nearly destroyed aud tho Haines aro
not jet under control,
Deulli nt Vj-oHlilunt Vclton,
l'llll.ADUi.i'itiA, Jan. 25. Samuel M.Felton,
president of tho Pennsylvania Steel Company,
and ex-prcsldcnt of tho Philadelphia, Wil
mington A Ualtlmorc Hailroad Company, died
at hfs rcsldenco lu this city late lastulght, aged
Germuu'N Nunl Holiemu.
Hi; 11 UN, Jan. 25. Tho new naval schema
will go Into opcratlou on April 1, Vlco-Ad-mlral
iloltz will havo supreme command and
Admiral Havussner will nave chargo ot tho
MASSACRE AT ZANZIBAR
AN KN'Ot.ISll MISSIONARY ANU
Ilntred TowiiriU tho Wliltos Inspired
Aiiicmp Un- Xutlvot In II10 Action of
the aorniiuift -drciit Semxttlini Caused.
Zanzuiau, Jan. 2.). Rev. Mr. Brooks,
an English inifttloniiry, aud sixteen of
ids assistants have been massacred
near Saadanl by some of the coast
tilbcsand natives of Zanzibar.
Tlio massacre has caused a girat son
satlon, Tlio massacre shows the oxtont
of the hatred to tho whites that the
Germans have nrouscd.
Sandanl has long boon tbc starting
point of European missions, tlio natives
welcoming the mlsslonailes and assist
ing them. Tho question as to what
mcastties England wilt adopt to punish
tho pcrpolrators of the oriino is eagerly
It is thought the mnswero was In re
venge for the recent boinbnrdmcut by
Work flolnc on nt I'nnnina,
Panama, Jan. 10. Except tho icccnt tem
porary stoppage of work at Cultbrn, work un
all tho other sections of the canal continued as
usual, und matters promptly assumed their
customary paclllc nppearanco. Although a
largo number of people had declared their In
tention to leave the country, so far, the total
number who havo left Is so small that It will
In no way ufTcct the execution of work on tho
canal. Jl. Dcnourmaudlo, tho nowly appointed
general administrator of tho Pauama Canal
matters In Paris, sent a cablo message to tho
directors of works here, stating that tho canal
company lias, In no way, failed to comply
with Its obligations, and that it will continue
for tho prescut all Its Important obligations.
ronnsylviinla Itallroail limine,
PillLAmu.ruiA. Jan. 23. Tho statement of
tho business of nil lines ot tho Pennsylvania
Hailroad Company oalit of Pittsburg and Krlo
for December, lSS, as compared with tho
samo mouth In 1837, shows a decreaso in gross
earnings of $84,871; an Increase In expenses
ot $101,175: a decrease In tho net earnings ot
$180,010. Tho twclvo months ot 18S8, ns com
pared with tho same period of 1887, dIiows nn
Increaso lu gross earnings ot 5-2,500,701; un in
crease In expenses ot $2,244,503; an Increaso In
net earnings of $250,1110.
All lines west of Pittsburg and Krlo for the
twelve months of 18S3 show a dctlclcncy lu
meeting all llubilltlesof $100,517, being n loss,
as compared with tho sumo period ot 1U37, of
An Irish Mnb Defy the I'ollco.
Dunux, Jan. 25. A number of persons ar
lcstcd'for rioting at Carrlck-on-Suir )csterday
wero conveyed to Clonmcl last night. A mob
bcsclgod tho police, nt tho Clonmcl Hailroad
Station and refused to allow them to pass
uutll a rescue of tho prisoners hud been ef
fected. The mob delicti tho pollco nnd tho
latter threatened to fire upon their assallauts.
A priest Interfered at this point und pi evented
fuitber bloodshed. After, a dolay of two
hours tho pollco wero reinforced aud tho
prisoners lodged in jail.
Nebraska I'rulgllt Kate ton Hlch.
Licoi.v, Neil, Jnu. 25. Tho Stato
Hoard ot Trnnijportatlou-Testerday furnished
tho IIouso and the Senate tho figures culled for
by tho resolution of ticuator Raymond, asking
that a comparative statement of ratcg,oti local
freights In lowifi Illinois Minnesota and Ne
braska bo furnished tho Xegljlature. Tho rc
po'rt substantiates the charges madu that local
freight rates aro ou an uveragu from 50 to 100
per cent, higher In Nebraska than lu Idwa, 11 ml
It will form tho basis for coming legislation "
tho rato question.
full 11 res In HusluesH I.lfe.
Goshen, Inp., Jau. 25. W. A. & J. A.
Hradford, hard wdpd lumber inauufucturcrs,
with factories luUushou, ltaibor Spriugs und
Emmet? County, Michigan, assigned yesterday.
Liabilities, $20,000; assets, about $;,0UO. Tho
llrm Invested too heavily In Improvements.
Wasau, Wio., Jan. 25. A mortgago for
$17,000 was foreclosed on the stock of Schmidt
tk bchocubcrg. general merchants doing busi
ness here. Other credltois will get nothing,
It Is rcpoitcd.
Tho Work of the rinnioi.
Paiuh, Kv., Jau, 25. Tho Purls City school
house with all Its contents, was destroyed by
llro at 1 o'clock this morning. Tho oilglu of
the lira Is unknown. Loss, $10,000; Insurance,
Macomii, Iix., .Inn. 25. Two livery stables,
owned by A. Mougtr nnd .lames N. Ucxornb,
weio entirely consumed by tlio last night at
about 11 o'clock. Nino hoises belonging to
Monger weio consumed. Otbcis Wero seri
ously Injured by the llames, Loss heavy, but
uncstluiuted as yet.
Striitccy of tho Cmsnrkii.
Cairo, Jan. 25. Tbo Cossack expedition,
i!00 strong, under tho Ilussiau, Aschlnoff,
which has been refused a landing at various
points on tlio Itcd Sea llltoial, has been ad
mitted at Tadsgurab, In French tcirltory. It
Is strongly suspected that the Intention Ik to
found a strategic settlement similar to that ot
lMltor O'llrlun'it Trial Rnsiimml,
Duiiun, JOU..25. The tilalof Mr, William
O'llrlen wns resumed to-day. 'I ho defendant
was absent, but, notwithstanding, the court
onlored tho trial to piocced. O'llrlen was ad
Judged guilty and sentenced to four months'
Imprisonment without hard labor. '1 bo pollco
havo no cluo to his whereabouts.
Hiirned by Molten Meet,
I.omion, Jnu, 25. A ciauo worktng a India
containing seven tons of molten steel, nt tho
Crew Hallway Works, collapsed to-day and
fell Into 11 pit. The moll en steel wns tcnttcicd
lu all dlicctlons llkii Hying bullets. Twenty
poisons wore Injured. The building was
A Small (llciM) Tight .Near Syracuse.
Sviiaiusu, N. Y., Jan. 25. Chris. Watson
ot this city nnd Con Tobln of Tiny havo
signed articles to light with small gloves to a
finish within thirty dnja for $150 a side. Tho
light will tako place within llfty tulles of this
llatlioi-HlHiigreeiililo tn Italy.
St. Pi'.rcusiiuuu, Jan. 23. Tho Siri says:
"Tho meio fact ot a Russian colony being
founded In tho vicinity of Mnssowah can only
be disagreeable to Italy. To Franco It Is an
advantago, for In cusu of need tho Russians
will alwii) sco-operate with tlio French against
An Km-nped 1'rlMinur Caught
Ciiattamhxh, Tknn,, Jan. 25. Charllo
Hunter, a young convict who escaped fiom
tho Iuin.iii Stockado last May, has been recap
ture.!. When llrst caught ho was thought to
bo Tascott, tho Chicago murderer.
Itobert Stownit Moiule Dead,
London, Jan. 25, Mr. Itobert Stewart Men
zlcrf, M. P. for thu Fast Division of Pcrtshbo,
is dead. Mr. Monties was a Oladntono Lib.
eral. lie was a Scotch barrister uud only lit
years of age.
Hei-nhiirdl'H Success In I,n Tnncn."
ltoMn, Jan. 25, Sarah Ilornhtiidt has
achieved gieater success hero lu ''La Tosca"
than In "La Daiiio Aux Camellias,' Her np
pearanco excites ruiloelty rather than admira
tion. Victor Xupolenn (iouo tn HnihhoIs,
Lonpon. Jan, 25. I'rlueo Victor Napoleon
hus,roUirnod to Urucsels.
it. & 0. 1'KOSPKUTS.
l'roinrliiff to Ari'onimniliilc nn Inereased
I'liir.Aimu'itiA, Jan. 25. Tho Hnltl
more & Ohio Railroad has ordered four
additional floats to be used in transferring
cars from tbo piers along the Dclnworo
to Groy's Kerry, making nlilo lu nil. They
will bo delivered some time next month
or In the llrst pait of April, nnd, ns they
will bo of largo size, will about tjoublo
the facilities of the company fqr doing
business, Willi this aid It Is oxpected In
a year or two to make the Philadelphia
extension paying division of tho Haiti
Although tho comnnnv has hnd n line
to Philadelphia less than three years, It
bus secured abotit one-sixth of tlio
through business out of tills city, in com.
petition with tho Pennsylvania nnd the
Rending, This year It Is expected thu
business will bo largely Increased. Tho
company has made improvements to its
depots h'eie. located at the foot Of Lntiicl,
Vine unit Lombard stieets linil Oiegon
avenue, ou the Delaware, nnd nt Race
street whaif, fc'chuylklll, and Is in shapo
now to do n lnrge business.
A Dniiu of llniiilllK DlHSnlvnd.
Havana, Jan. 25. Ofllcl.il announcement
Istnndo Hint tho Society of "Los Matilgos"
has been dissolved, nnd that Its binds or sets
(llucogos), of which thcio wero thirty In tho
association, havo disbanded. Tho leaders
proved true to their promlso to tlio chlet of
pollco and surrendered tho lostcrof members
and nil paiaphernnlla and propel tics tit their
secret work. In tho popular mind th society
was rcgaidcd as an aggregation ot. bandits
and assassins, and Its disruption and destruc
tion is hulled with delight. Thu Civil Gov
ernor Is greatly praised for ridding tho city of
this uvll-w orbing organisation.
Cnnlerunco of Oil .lion,
Nmv Voiik, Jan. 25. At a conference be
tween tho Standard Oil Company uud the pro
ducers Protective Association yesterday It was
agreed that tho tlmo for taking up tho .1.500,
0O0 barrels remaining unsold of tho oil set
usldo for tho benefit of tho producors who par
ticipated In tho shut-in movement of 1888,
nndcairlcd by tho Standard Company slnco
November 1. 1887. should bo extended to July
1, ISS'.I. Tho Standard guarantees to tako ut
that dato any part ot this oil remaining un
sold at a net prollt to tho producers ot not less
than 5 cents per barrol. Tho cost to tho pro
ducers of tills oil. carried to duly 1, will bo
about 85 cents, so that tho guarantee Is practi
cally for 00 cctits ou July 1,
A Most Notalilo Assemblage.
London, Jau, 25. Hobeit browning Is
quoted assaying that Inst night's banquet In
honor of Minister Phelps was tho most notablo
assemblage Kuropo had over seen, Practi
cally tho whole Supremo Ilench ot England
weto pa-sout, with Loid Chief Justlco Coler
idge nt their head, and tho best representa
tives of science, art, literature and commerce
hlch tho country affords. Of uearly three
hundred guests, fully two-thirds would be
huown by unina to ttio average newspaper
rcauer in uio unucu mates.
Mr. niailstoiio mill the r.cnguo.
Lonpon, Jan. 25. Mr. (Hailstone, who Is
now at Naples, In reply to a correspondent
who hud called his attention to the fact that a
branch ot tho Irish National Lcaguo had been
named after him, willes: "I havo no connec
tion with the League, nor havo I uny knowl
edge whatsoever upon tho subject, I suppose
my iniiun wns chosen owing to my efforts to
free the Irish from oppressive- laws such as nro
absolutely certain to produce nbjectlouablo
acts ou tbo part of some Irishmen, tbo few
ness of which ' I only wonder at and feci
The Unbilled to (in On,
Piiii.ADCi.i'iiiA. Pa., Jan. 25. Tho Powcl
Iron'Cofhpflfiy falls been organized to conduct
tho business of tho firm of Itobert llaro
Powcls, Sous & Co., which mado nil assign
ment for tho benefit ot creditors August 20,
1887. At tho tlmo of thn assignment the In
solvent llrm owed $2,000,000. of which
$1,000,000 was unsecured, lly tiq pcbcnt
uiruiigcmeiit thu tinsccuicd creditors comprisu
tuo new company, wuoso siock is ;-).uuu,wu,
tho amount of tho unsecured Indebtedness of
Struek by u II. .V O. ICuclnc.
Wiii:ei.io, W Va., Jtin. 25. Arthur Sins
zcll, supervisor of bridges, buildings and 'water
stations on Ilia fourth division of the Haiti
mom it Ohio load, was sti nek by an cngiiio
on Water street, tblselty, jcstciduy afternoon,
und iccelved probably fatal Injurfes. llo Is a
lending Mason. Ho Is a member of the Ho
publican State Committee, and bus been In the
employ of the ll.dtlmoiu A Ohio road for a
ipi .liter ot a century.
I'unther Mnkei-N (,'oiiihlny.
New Voiik, Jau. 25. feather pianufuc
turcrs havo formed a combine to light the
KeatlicrOlrl's Union nnd the eculo of wuges
tho girls lately submitted to their employers.
All butthieu ot thu firms notified tho girls this
morning that they would leturu tq the old
rato of wages und in these (aclorlrs tto gills
to thu number of about ono thousand wont on
Ihnpreni I'rmlvrlok .locoptn 11 Pnuslnu.
Paiiis, Juu. 25, Tho Figaro stales that Ein
piesa t'rederlek has accepted it French legacy
ot 5,000,000 francs, nnd becomes tho possessor
of landed property In France.
AT Till: llllTP.IiS.
.Mr. and Mrs. Idel Calvo and trjald, Now
Yoik, aro at thu ..Normundlo.
Major-General J. F. Hurtranft, ex-Uovcrnor
of Pennsylvania, Is at Chamberlln'k.
F. T. llrodstieet, Maine; lldwiird S. Dodgo
and (I. F. Shlploy, Huston, nro at Wormlej's,
.John II. .Morris ami wife, Hiiblmorc; Miss
Monroe and John Mouioc, Pails ujo ut tho
S. A. Craig, Ilrookvllle, Pa.; I), E, M. Jlui
ney and J. I.. Klmiiell, Now Yoik, aro at tho
J. 11. Kroner, Cnrllslo, Pa.; Nicholas Mullcr
and liciieinl 'Iheodoro llytn, Now York, aro
A. T. Ilictt. Now York; Max (Hies, New
York; W. L. Hung nnd wife, Wilmington, N.
C, aro at tho Metropolitan.
Alexander McCluio and wife, Pittsburg!
Hugh bltibjul, Button, Out.; 12. L. ijuuliani,
London, aro tit tho Aillngluii,
Thomas W. Hyde, Huston; W. 11. Franklin,
Hartford, Conn.; General W. W, Avcroll, U,
S, Army, aro at Chamberlln'e.
Fianklln Hrndway, Salem, Mass.! Leon
McClelland, New Jelsoy, aud Colonel II. W,
Judson, Now Mexico, aro stopping at the
Win. O. Iliicklcy, Haitford. Conn.: Miss
Walker, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. (J. y, Urushlar,
Pitisbiirg, Pa.; ills, Isaac Willis, lloclicstor,
N. Y.j M. U. Wood, Vliglnla, aio at tho Bt.
Hcutley 1). llasell, James J. Harris und S,
W. Mllllgaii, New York: Theodore U. Daub
und wife, Pittsburg; W. M. Camac, Phila
delphia, and Miss Hales, Hostuu, aio at
W. A. Henry, Yaoo City, Miss.: John Lock
hurt, Ilarrlsburg, l'a.; Mr. aud Mrs. William,
l.umiuls aud Walter L, Clark( New York; I'd.
Lame, Wndo Lnrno aud Miss Laruo, Havre,
and 11. Mouo, Rochester, N. Y,, are at the
Tho members of tho Said Paslin Opoia Coui-
oi mo B.nu rasiin upoia com
ma Philadelphia this morning
the Han Is IIouso, Thoy up
igh's Opcia-tloii60 at tho beue-
p.ui) uriivi-u mm
uud lunched at tl
neuieil ut Alb.lUL'h
lit ut the KIU and returned to Philadelphia
J. 11, Cleveland, Mayor ot Jersey City, New
Jersey; Mrs, Ocucffll Situs Casey, New VorKl
Filu II. Jordan, Portland; Charles H, Stanton,
New York; John Aiideison, Florida! Hon. J,
C. L. Harris, secretary of the Republican
Slate Committee, and Cliai lea I). Upckurcb,
esq., both prominent ltepublcans of Ital
eight 3 U'i ar ul the Kbbltt.
GREETING TO GLADSTONE
OIlMlltAt, IIAKIIISON JOINS IN CON
(UtAltn.AlIO.NS TO 1II.M.
Acriiril, elect Itiillciitrt HN Sym
thu Cuiifto of Home Itnlo
Other rroiiiliioiit .lieu lu
HitnoKt.vK, N. Y., .Tan. 25. Tlio
Jitening A'cim publishes this nflurnuoii
an iiddiess to Hon. Win. K. Oliidslono
contained In n testimonial album pre
pared by exile John J. McBrldc of this
elty In favor of home rule for It eland, to
which I'rcsldoiit-elect Harrison litis uf
Ilxed his signatuie.
Inasmuch nn It places the President
elect on leeoul us favoring home nilu Tor
Ii eland, the mutter Is likely to be the
(subject of considerable comment. The
nildrcis la as follfnvH:
"III. Ihn. ll'iii. Ii. Olitihtonr:
"Di:.n Slit: We hereby express our
hciulfcll sympathy with the Irish people
in their contention lor ibu right which
should ficclv be iiecorded tn them; and
we hid (iod-Hpcod to you nnd your asso
ciates, thu friends nf the Irish cause, In
the gtonl wnilc now ou hand.
"In Amotion this sentiment predomi
nates and the great masses of our peoplo
would bo glad of an oppbrtuntty to ex
press to you their coulldeiice in you and
in tbo ultimate tilumnh of Justice. Tho
peoplo of Iicland patiently await the out
come "In somo localities riot nnd bloodshed,
tbo natural consequences of oppression,
occur, but lu tho main tho people tuo in
hope of n Hpcedy triumph. Tbo Ameri
can people aro with them lu their
desire for justice and pence and
wish for you and your associulcs
added strength and nrouscd nnd ro
nuwed determination to hasten the dawn
lug of n happier day. the return of good
will nnd prosperity both to Ireland nnd
General Harrison Rigucd this ou De
cember 7, 1888, after his election. Among
other uniucri in thu nlhum are those of
C?ov. Foraker, Hoswell V. Flower, Allen
G. Thurman. Henry Wattorson, T. O.
l'Intt, Colonel Fred Giant, Atehblshop
CorrlKiin, Archbishop llder of Cincln-
nnti.jand John 11. fellows of 2few York.
The nlbum will next bo sent to Hon. L.
V. Morton for Ida signature
The Connecticut Defaulter.
Indianapolis, Jan. 25. .Joseph A. Moore,
the Connecticut Mutual I.lfo defaulter, has for
several years been onoot tho most popular and
Influential business men In Indianapolis. Ho
owns a lino rcsldenco lu this city, but his
special prldo was Tauglowood Farm, his couu
try place. Thcro ho had a beautiful houso
and hundreds ot bend ot lluo cattle, scores ot
b'loodcd horses, and thousands of dollars'
worth of barns and other Improvements. His
family has for many years beon Intimate with
that of General lluriisou, aud last summer
it was arranged that tho General should spend
ills nights at Tuuglouood during tho hot
season. He went out thcro ono night, but
concluded that It wus no cooler than his own
house, aud did not repeat tho trip. Mr.
Moure Is n vestryman In St. Paul's F.plscopal
Church, to which tho Hendricks aud other
Icadiug families belong.
Brooklyn, Jan. 25. Dr. Donald P. F.v
cretts, a well-known physician ot tblselty, was
found dead lu his bed this morning. Heart
disease Is supposed to havo been tho cause.
IIojtov, .Mass., Jan. 25. Charles Augustus
llllllligs Sliepnfd of Leo .t bhepanl died nt
5:15 h. hi. to-day, uged 05. For more tlnui 40
years ho hud 'been conspicuously identified
with tho book publishing business nnd was
widely known throughout tho country.
Milliliter liiwtnn' Dinner.
ViL'NN.i, Jun. 25.- (iencrul Lawton, tho
American Minister here, gavo a dinner party
last evening. Among tho guests were tho
Prince ot Heiiss, tho (lei man ambassador and
several ot their foreign representatives, tho
Princess ot Itciibs .Mr. James 11. Hooscvclt,
secretary of the Amerlc.ui Legation, aud his
wife uud Field Marshal Hodakovskl.
Fatal Hxploslou In it riihliloniilile Tint.
Mii.waukhi:, Juu. 25. lly tho explosion of
a hu go can of oil last night lu the Hclvldcro
block ou (baud avenue, tho most fashionable
flat buildings lu tho city, John Clements, uged
12, wus burned to death aud James, his
btother, uged 14, wus so badly burned that ho
cannot live. Tho two boys wero sous of tho
engineer of thu building.
He Didn't Hoist lilt Petard.
Mapiiid, Jan. 25. A man tibotit to throw a
pctaid into tho olllcu ot the Ministers ot Jus
tice yesterday was taken Into custody.
n.NWSClAL AMI COMMKUUIAL.
The Slouk and Atoiiny .Market.
New Youk, Jan. 2"). Money, 2J,2J ,pcr
cent. Kxchango steady; posted rates, 487
49S; actual rates, 4Mll(a,lS0J for 00 days and
4b0('i 4S1U for demand.
liiivermuent steady; ciiircney, lis, 120
bid; 4s, coupons, 1M7J bid; 4js, do., 10'J bid.
The stock maikel was extremely dull thli
morning, only- 51,000 shares changing haudt
up to midday, 'finding for the most part wa
confined to scalping opcintious and small
dealings by commission houses. Prices wem
llrm, however, and at noon weru up t(58 pP
cent, fclucb noon tho mail.et has been verj
1 p. in. prices. -W. U., bH: N. 1. C. ;
N. J. C. 1131; Mich . K; C. P., HO; N. P., J
do. pfd.. -; III. C, 1UIL Cuii. P.ic, -; U.
Pac, 02 j; Mo.. ?23j Tex ,20J, C. S..50J; I). ,te
K. ; .V W..1UU; do. pfd., -; O. A. W., ; O.
M, A II., ;1) I., .t VV., HUj;f rle. 2i-l; do.
pfd., 05; K. .t T.. 1H4; 1. &.. 1021; M. .to
N.; P. M., -; Heading. 11; It- L, 07; O.
M ; do. pfd., -; St. Paul, 03; do. pfd.
lOUi N. k t'-. 2J; S. A, W., ; Wab., -,;
do. pfd . -; H. . (., 100; P. D. A L., 23J1
Man., 100J; O. A N., 02; O. A T., 30j.
CllU'MiO, Juu. 25. -Oponlug, 0;S0 a. m,
V, lie.it March, OU; May.071. lloru Feb.,!J."i3j
March, 5; May, U7. Oats-Fob., 241; May,
37J. Pork Feb., ; May, $12 021. bard Jut
and Feb., $0.b0; Mmcli, jtl.021. Short ribs
Murch, 0.171; M.y, jjd.27j.
The AViinhliiKlou Htnekt,
Miscellaneous Honda W. A (1. It. It.. 103;
Musoule Hall Abs'u, 100: Wash. Murkct Co.,
115; Inland t Scibord Co., ; Wash. Light
Infanliy, 1st, 07; Wusli. Light Ilifantrv. 2d,
00: Wash. Ous Light Co.. 121: Wash, tias
National Hank Stocks Hank ot Washing
tou.015. Hank ot Itepubllc, 2o5, Metropolitan,
20b: Ceiitiul. ; Second. 150. Farmers' and
Mechanics', 105; CltUeus', 125; Columbia,
Hallioad Slocks Washington aud Ooorgo
town, 210; Meliopolltaii, 110; Coluiublu, UJ);
Cap. A, Noith O si., 8SJ: Anacostla. .
lusiuanco Stocks Urcmeii's. 40; Franklin,
41; Metropolitan. 72. Nutloual Union. 10;
Arlington, 1021; Coicoun. 00: Columbia, HIJ;
Ooriuuii American. 185: Potomac, 75; Hlggs, 8.
tins and Lloctne Light Stocks Washington
Gas. 101, ticoigetuwulias, 45; b. S. Electric
Tolephouo Stocks -Pennsylvania, SO; Chesa
peake A Potomac. 78J
Miscellaneous Stocks Washington Mmkot
Co., Ul): Washington Uifti; Machine Co., 200;
.National 1'iess Hrlck to,, j (beat Fulls leo
Co., 144, Hull Hun Panorama Co, 20: Heal
Estate Title Insurance Co., 115; Columbia
Title Insurance Co., 5J; National Sato Do
posit Co., 200; American lirupbopuouo Co.,
Local Weather Inillcatlons,
Tlireutoulii weather.wlth ruin; nearly station
try temperature; vurlaijlo winds.
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