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21ST YEAlK NO. 6,390.
WASHINGTON, MONDAY EVENING, JA20JAEY 28, 1889.
pittOJS TWO GENTS
IN CONGRESS TO-DAY.
MOTH IIKANCIIKS IISCaSINO
Tho Scnnto Tube Up tlio Consular and
Dlplomntla Illll ami tlio Homo rnnsos
Over lllstrlot Day to Consider tho
Sundry Ulvlt lllll.
Tho Senate to tiny voted to reconsider
tho voto by which thq Pension Appro
priation hill was pasf.cd, and It will bo
under consideration ugulti at an early
A communication was laid beforo tho
Scnnto from citizens of New Mexico
protesting against tho admission of that
Territory as a Stato upon tho ground
that tho Territory was not ready for
Sir. Hcngnn introduced n bill prohib
iting trusts and comblnntions of persons
to prevent competition in trniiu.
Tlio Consular and Diplomatic Appro
priation bill wns then taken up.
Considerable debate arose over tho
ckuse In tho bill limiting to $25,000 sal
arlcsand wages in tbo Columbia Instltuto
f jr tho Denf nnd Dumb.
Mr. llodgurs hold tbnt this proviso
would prevent tho use of other funds
held by tho institution for tho payment
Mr. Hemphill mndo nn earnest appeal
for tho institution, setting forth tho good
work dono by it, and protesting Hgalnst
n limllnllon of wages nnd sulnrles.
Mr. Randall said that the number of
inmates to tho institution must be lim
ited if therois no limit on tho amount of
If salaries aro Increased it is just that
much taken from tho fund for tho sup
port of the institution. ..
In tho House to-day Mr. Long secured
tlio passngo of a bill increasing tho pen
Blon of soldiers and sailors who have lost
tho use of both linnds to $100 por month.
A bill wns also passed authorizing the
Mt. Carmcl Development Company to
construct a hydraullocanal to carry water
from tho Wabash Klvor to tho town of
Curmel, 111. .
This bclug "District Day," Mr.
Hemphill endeavored to call up District
bills, but Mr. lliirtdall interposed with a
motion to consider tho Sundry Civil Ap
Mr. Homnhlll's motion Wtt3 voted
Mr. Ilcmphlll then tried to sccuro con
sent to set apart some evening this week
for the consideration of District business.
Mr. Blount of Georgia annouueed in
most emphatic terms that ho would
object to any evening bolng set for Dis
Mr. Hemphill tried in vain to aecuro n
date, naming soveral evenings. Mr.
Hloftut, howovcr, declined to allow tho
Dlarlct onv opportunity at all, unless
jl Ilcmphlll promlsod" not to call up
t ho Hook Crcok Park bill or tho bill for
the relief of tho building associations and
Tho Sundry Civil bill was then taken
The ponding motion wns to incrcaso
tho appropriation for surveying . arid
lands in tho West from $150,000 to
Mr. Kilgoro demanded that n quorum
Tho amendment was agreed to by a
voto of 118 to 50.
Tlin Aniicostla HrlilRO.
Mr. Hemphill Introduced a bill In the
Houso to-day appropriating $85,000 to raise,
widen and strengthen Anacostta bridge. Tlio
money Is to bo oxpended under tho direction
of the Commissioners of the District.
"The brldgo Is to bo raised not less than flvo
Jior more than ten feet, nnd Us louetk Is to bo
made not loss than four nor more than six of
tho existing spans. Mr. Hemphill also intro
duced the Seuato bill to extend tho streets and
avenues of the city.
Tho Houso Wants tlio Samoan Letters.
Mr. Ford of Michigan Introduced In tho
Houso to-day a resolution rcauestlng tho Sec
retary of Stato to transmit to tho Houto copies
of all joint protocols and' memoranda
of tho proceedings of tho conferenco
between tho representatives of Gorinany,
Uicat Hrltatn nnd tho United States In regard
to Samoa referred to by Vice-Consul Black
lock and In tho President's message to Con
gress touching Samoan affairs.
Counting tho Electoral Vote
Tho Houso to-day agrcod to tho concurrent
resolution setting Wcducsday, February 13,
for tho counting of tlio electoral voto, both
Houses of Congress to assomblo in tho Hall of
lli'prcsentattvcs at 1 o'clock p. m. for that
Thi fact that tho Mills bill with tho Senato
substitute has boon tent to tho Ways nnd
Means Cotnuuttco, has rovlvcd, In Republican
circles at least, tuo tans ot an extra session.
Tho Republicans nccopt tho referenco as an
nssuram-o that no tarllT legislation will be had
Potltlons and memorials from North Caro
lina aud Virginia, favoring tho repeal of tho
tobacco tax, aro being presontcd to Congress
dully. During last week soven wcro pro-
Senator Cameron Introduced a bill In tho
Scnnto this mornlug to Incrcaso the pension ot
I Jolm A. Doylo,
Mndo Quito n Hunt,
A second-story tblof got Into tho unoccu
pU houso next door to Mrs. Helen V, Doug
lass', at 1710 F street, on Saturday night, and
thou stopped across Into a window of Mrs,
Douglass' houso. Ho went through tho liouso
very thoroughly, ccttlnc a watch, some brace
Jets, breastpin and other Jewolry, a pocket
book and soma shares in an Insurauco com
pany, llio uurgiary was nuv uiscovcrca un
TIIK DISTRICT QUVKKNMKNT.
Tho residents of II street, botweon
Fourteenth nnd Sixteenth streets north
east, havo petitioned for a sidowalk.
Tho Commissioners havo granted n
pension of $25 to tho widow of tho late
Lieutenant of Police Hcdwny, during her
widowhood, nnd $10 per month to his
daughter until alio arrives nt the ago of
School Trustco Ross A. Fish has re
quested tho Comtnlssloncis to direct
Building Inspector Entwlslo to romnvo
ot onco the dilapidated framo structure
adjoining tho llradloy School lliilldlng
on tho north, assessed to William G.
Pearson. Ho Bays tills old houso iu lia
ble to fall down nt any moment.
Tho Commissioners havo notified Hon.
M. McDonald, tho Fish Commissioner,
in roply to the request that tho Armory
building ho connected with tho sower on
Sixth street, below B street, that tlicy
will construct a 6uwer on B street out of
tho next npptyprlutlou, but they cannot
mako tho connection requested.
A protest has been made beforo the
Commissioners against tho opening of an
anatomical show on tho Avenuo.near tho
National Hotel. A license has been Is
sued for tho show aud tho Commissioners
havo notified tho objectors that their
remedy is in tho police Couit, provided
any law 13 violated.
E. B. Hartloy ha3 called tho attention
of the Commissioners to tho condition of
tho tracks of tho Metropolitan Rnllroad
on P street, botweenTlilrtieth and Thirty
first streets. Ho says that slnco tho re
cent repairs to those tracks they havo
been n vcritablo sea of mud nnd almost
A barroom liconso was to ilay granted
to Morgan J. Sliormau nt tho Randall,
tho now hotel corner of Pennsylvania
avenue nnd Fifteenth street.
Awholcsalo liquor license has boon
granted to Shirley & Schofield, 1000 O
Major Raymond has approved tho
recommendation of Captain Symons,
that a Bidcwalk bo laid on Fifteenth
street northeast, botwecn Gales . nnd
CLEMENCY GIVEN FISH.
Reason Why Morcy Wns Kxtomtnil to
tlio Uonvlct Many lotltloiin Numer
ously .Sinned Ititqtiestliic It
LATE DEPARTMENT NEWS.
til tho next day.
Tho following ofllolal changes havo
been made in tho Department of the In
terior: Oftlco of tho. Secretary Appointment.
Ocorgo II. Fosdlck ot Ohio, asslstaut engi
neer, $1,000, under civil sorvlco rules.
Ofllco of Indian AHalrs Promotion: Lowls
Y. Ellis of Now York, clerk, $1,100 to $1,600.
General Land Ofllco Appointments: O. Y.
Freeman of Wisconsin, principal oxnmlner of
land claims and contests, $3,000; Henry M.
Wcstfall of Illinois, clerk, $1,400. by transfer
from Treasury Department; David II. Alex
ander of Indiana, $900; Samuel Vinson of
Washington Territory, timber agent, $1,000.
Resignations: John M. liernhardt of Oregon,
timber agent, $1,800; Charles A. Darker of the
District of Columbia, clerk, $1,000; Wlliner
G. l'latt of Iodlana.clcrk, $1,400.
Patent ODIco Appointment: Miss AUco M.
Haydon ot Tennessee, skilled laborer, $720,
under 'civil service rules. Promotions: Mrs.
Gay Robertson ot Inllana and Miss Elizabeth
V. finstln of New York, clerks. $1,000 to
-$1,200. ''KeslguatloTjrMtss Kato II. Worthlng
ton'of rry)and,,sltllcd laborer, $?30.
Pension OTOco Appointments: Miss Loulso
M. Korbammcr ot Missouri, copyist, $900;
Sirs. Margaret C. Pleasants of Maryland and
lion am n A. onrovooi Virginia, copyists, uuv,
by transfer from Treasury Department. Pro
motions: Mrs. May M. Steele of Indiana.
Dawson A.BIanchardof Louisiana and Charles
K. Mott ot Michigan, $1,000 to $1,200; Miss
Emma II. Smith of Nebraska, Charles Carroll
Wllsoit of Now Joiscy, Alexander E. T. Dra
per of Tennesseo, Miss Nelllo 11. Wheelwrlcht
of West Virginia and .Osborne Hunter, Jr.,
$900 to $1,000. Itosignntlon: Gcorgo C. Rogers
of Kansas, clerk, $1,000.
Tho Commissioner oT Pensions has
bocn advised that Thomas Allen of Har
rison, "W. Vn., has been Indicted In tho
U. S. District Court nt Pnrkcrsburg, "W.
Vn., for defrauding J. B. Allen, pen
sioner, out of $500, under cover of serv
ices in prosecutlne said claim. J. AV.
McCoy of Wheeling, W. Va.. has also
been indicted lor oponmg ana retaining
mall containing ponslon check of Johanna
Spccht. Dr. John "W. TJoslyn of Cen
tralist, Wis., was sentenced on tho 20th
Instant, in U. S. District Court at Madi
son, Wis., to elghteon months' imprison
ment for violation of eoction 54135, It. S.,
V.. S. in pension claim of Maria Ostrnn
dcr. T. H. Johnson was to-day appointed
postmaster nt Wlnglna, Nolson County,
Vn., vlco Alfred N. Whito, resigned.
Mr. J. B. Johnson of AVisconstnnnd J,
W. Chenoy of Ponnsylvnnla, clerks in
tho Monoy Order System and Dead Let
ter Office, respectively, having served
satisfactory probationary tonus of six
months, havo been reappointed.
PAYMASTER DOYLE'S CASK.
The President Directs im Kxuinlnutlon by
At tho Instanco of tho Secretary of
tho Navy tho President has disapproved
tho finding of tho rotiring board in tho
caso of Paymaster J. I). Doylo of tho
Navy, and has directed tho assembling
of a now board to inquire into that olli
eer'8 tltness lor promotion.
Tho Uniting ot tho board was that Mr.
Doylo was mornlly and professionally
incapacitated for promotion, but it is
hold that his condition, thus described,
was duo to mental worry at tho timo of
his examination, induced bv trouble lu
settline his accounts, caused by tho ab-
Bconding of his clerk, John G. Meyers,
leaving a shortago in tho accounts,
Tho trouble occurred in 1883, whon
Mr.Doylo was acting as paymaster on tho
ship Iroquois, attached to tho Pacific
Squadron. Ho subsequently mado irood
nil shortages caused by his absconding
President Clovcland has commuted tho
sentence of James D. Fish, formerly
president of tho Marino National Bank
of Now York, who was sentenced in
June, 1889, to ten ycnis" imprisonment In
Stato prison, at Auburn, for misapplying
tho funds of tho bank. The President's
Indorsement in tho caso reads as follows:
"This convict IsOO years of age. Prior
to his conviction bo was tiusted and ro
spectcd by all who knew him, nnd nil
his dealings and intercourse with his
follow men, both in business nnd soclnl
life, hnd been such as to sccuro their con
fidence and esteem.
"In tho view I tako of tho application
for his pardon there is no occasion to re
fer to iho nature of his offenso nor to
comment upon tlio ovlacnco upon which
his conviction rests further than to sue
gest thnt this U a caso in which the
actual and wilful Intents to defraud de
pend upon intluenccs somewhat uncer
tain. "I hnvo raroly. if ever, scon a petition
for Executive clemency signed so nu
merously as tho ono presented in this
caso by citizens of great respectability
and business standing. Tho prisoner,
slnco his conviction, lias nlded the ad
ministration of the criminal law by giv
ing valuable testimony upon tho trial of
"Ho has endured his imprisonment
thus far with all tho fortitude and resig
nation possible, and has been scrupu
lously obedient to all prison rules nnd
regulations. Medical proof produced
beforo mo fully establishes tho fact that
with advanced ago and serious disabili
ties, and bv reason of his confinement
ho is Dhvslcallv and mentally fast fail
ing, and I am sntisfled that ho will not
survive his imprisonment if much longer
"Every object sought to bo obtained
by tho punishment of crime will bo ac
complished, in my opinion, by a com
mutation of tuo convicts sentenced to Im
prisonment for n term of live years and
Blx'months, with nllownnco of all reduc
tion for good conduct. Such commuta
tion is, thorcforo, granted."
WhntMcssrii. Allison mid Culliim Tlilnh
ol llio Turin Illll unit nn Uxtra Session.
iKDiAK.M'OLitj, Jan. 28. Senator Alli
son was asked wlint ho thought of tho
chances of tho Tariff bill.
"That Is practically dead now," ho
replied. "Tlio House has referred it to
tho Ways and Moans Committee, which
will uurv it. A tnrllt bill is not likely to
pass at tills session."
"Do you favor an extra session?"
"Yes, I think afnlluro of tariff leeis
lntlon nnd many other things lntiko an
extra session necessary." , -
Senator Cullom took tlio samo view of
tho case, nnd added that thcro wns littlo
doubt in Washington that nn oxtrn ses
sion would bu called.
SHOT AT A ORAP GAME.
WILLIAM WAKUKN ON HtlAIj FOIt
How William Ilrown Cnme to III Death
Tlio Hlory of llio Tragedy Tlio Caso
Ilecun tlio Criminal Court To-day.
TIIKY SAY IT'S TOO MUCH.
Rleetrlo Ughllng Company Object
to Thvit Illll for Water.
Tho United Stntes Electric Lighting
Company has requested a reduction in
tho bill rendered against them for Poto
mac water used between July 1 and
January 3. Tho company claims that
tho amount charged is excessive. Cap
tain Luskicports that tho company has
several times been notified to place a
meter on their service pipe, as required
by law, and failed to do so Until about
six weeks beforo tho bill was rendered.
Tho bill for six months was mado by
averaging for the wholo period tho read
ings tukeji during tho six weeks tho
meter wns used. Ho recommended a le
uuctlon of 20 por cent, for July, August
and Septomber. Major Haymoivl has
approved tho recommendation.
GENERAL JONES' FUNERAL.
Last Honors Paid to tlio Doml Soldier by
Tho funeral of tho lato Goneral Roger
Jonos, Inspector-General, U. S. Army,
took place at St. John's Church nt2
o'clock this afternoon.
Rev. Dr.JLconard officiated, and Gen
erals Carey, Sautollc, O. B. Wilcox, Cad
mus Wilcox, Kalton and Hunt and
Colonels Hodges and Breckinridge
acted as pallbearers. Tho church was
filled, many offlcors of tho Army being
Tho remains wcro escorted to tho
Aqueduct Bridgo by tho U. S. troops
from tho Barracks, where they wore met
by tho cavnlry from Fort Moyor, who
then escorted tlio remains to Arlington,
tho placo of intormont.
Dopnrtiiro or tlio Clilnnso Minister.
Tho Chlneso Minister, accompanied by flvo
mombers of his sulto, left Washington thle
morning, via the Atlantic Coast Llue fast
mull train, for Havana. Ho will return about
In tlio Supremo Court.
In tho caso of W. II. ltobertson, collector of
tho poit of New York, against C. L. Perkins
tho United States Supremo Court reversed the
decision of tho Circuit Court, and remanded
tho caso with dliectlous fur a new trial.
IMovldlnc for Next Summer.
Mr. William II, Yurkcs, tho superintendent
of tho Independent Ico Company, left this
evening, with a force of men, horses, Ac. for
ti.o Kennebec ltltor, Maine, to superintend the
harvesting ot Ice, If thcro bu any lit to gather.
THE CELESTIAL PLEASURE CLUB.
It lias nn Unpleamnt Itecontro With Af
Tho books of tho Recorder of Deeds'
ofllco show that last October tho Wash
ington Celestial Plcasuro Club wns incor
porated. It was n good name for tho club, for it
was decidodly celestial as to membership.
Tho mombers wore all, or about all,
Tho club-houso wns n littlo tumble
down, dirty brick building on Four-and-
a-half street, below tho Avenue. Iho of
ficers, of tho clubjias they appear on tho
books at tho Deeds' office, aro John F.
MoGUl', president," nnd John W. Camp
Tho.Colestlnl Club occupied four rooms
nbovo tho basement nnd two of tho rooms
upstairs wero devoted to gnmbling. In n
front room wns also nu "outfit" for
Polico Lloutcnnnt Kelly nnd Sergeant
Falvey and' nine policemen raided tlio
club last night and collared twenty of
tho Celestial gamblers.
The. proprietor of tho placo, Moy
CliunglCee, wns not in tho placo at tho
timo of tho raid, but tho liouso was left
in charge of a couple of policemen, and
an hour or so aftorward Moy camo up
tho steps in total ignornnco of what had
happened, and Policoman Costello col
lared bin and took him to tho station-
Whpn the raid was mado tho gamo was
in lull blast, and tucro was over i Hun
dred dollars of American money, besides
n bushol or so of brass Chlneso money,
punctured with square holes, on tho
Tho raid created a great deal of excite
ment, nnd as tho patrol wagon wouldn't
hold all tho Celestials, tho tost wero
marched through tho streets to tho station-house.
Most of tho Chinamen loft collateral,
nnd this morning iu tho Police Court tho
case was postponed till Friday for trial.
Ilurlul Permits Issued.
Burial permits have been issued during tho
past forty-eight hours by tho Health OMccr:
C. C. Nelt7.cz, S months; Joseph 8. lllder, 43
vears; Kllzabetk C. Foster, "S years; John
Wesley Thompson, 47 years; Hcleu J. Ma
houoy, 1 year; John J. Daley, 40 years; James
Washington, 40 years; Eugenia li. Tablcr, J
years; Joseph rur6ons, S3 years; James K.
Vermillion, 2 years, aud tho following colored:
Victoria Pitts, 10 years; Ida Carroll, 5 mouths;
Lucy Gray, 45 years; Mary Header, !)l days;
Muurio llowman, 1 year; Martha Kaston, ?J
years: John Field, !fj years; John W. John
son, 8 years; Noah Wallace, 80 years; Nathan
Ituudolph, 50 years; Hmltli Mlddlctou, 5S
j care; Amelia llutton, UJ years; JtranK
Slaughter, Uo years; Julia Howaid, 8 days.
lteill Kstuto Triuiifois.
Horaco H. Klrkwood to Jamos W. Illchard
sou, $10, all of square 140 aud sublot "S,"
Octavlus Kntcbt to trustees of Wesley
Chanel M. E. Church, $5,600, sublot 15, buuara
Gcorgo W. Campbell to William O. Pond,
y,B7(3, sublot 0, enuaro 170.
Charlua Uosford to John S. Swormstodt,
$10, part sublot ,11, squuroU50.
John T, Veuson to Julia 1'. Vcusou, $5, ull
lota devised to I'rauces Vuusou by Martha II.
McKulght and Robert Prout.
DOING IT FOR SIX MONTHS-
The Systematic Work of a Lot or Tonne
A gang of clever thloves, who must bo
pretty good'olcctrlcians and hnvo unlim
ited courage, hnvo been robbing tho Elec
tric Light Company for n half yoar past.
Theso thloves hnvo stolon iovoral miles
of tho wires used by tho Electric Light
Company. Tho company, slnco tiro law
prohibiting tho stringing of now wires,
has allowed all tho old wires that wero
abandoned 'for ono reason or another to
remain. In this way thoy wore able to
mako additions to their system of wires
of chnnglng tho old wires, this sort of
work being permitted as repairs.
Tho thloves learned, thesd' facts, and
succeeded in robbing tho Kfjjctrlc Light
Compay of florae four or tivo' hundred
dollars' worth of dond wires. Tho
methods pursued by tho cldvor thloves
was to ascertain, by tbo use of nn instru
ment, whether tho wire they contcm
plated stcalina was "dead" or not that
Is, whether it was in use, nnd If it wns nnd
thcro was a current through J it they loft
it alone; if not, thoy cut down ns much
of it as they could without being de
The men who did tho, clover job
must havo boon pretty good electricians.
It is n decidedly serious mntter to work
about in n network of electric-light wlros,
through cacti of which a current is pass
ing strong enough to kill a man bofbro
ho could wink.
Really, theso robborles ao nbout ns
dating as any that havo been committed
for somo time. It takes norvo to climb
up on an Iron polo and In and out through
n network nt death-dealing wires, and
cut down ono of them.
If one of theso men had happened to
cut n wire thnt wns not "dead" tho nervy
thiof would havo dropped to tho strcot
below a corpse tho Instant ho squeezed
his pinchers over tho death-denling wire
Tho prospect ot such immediate rotri
bu'tion would bo enough to frighton nn
ordinary thief, but theso men have been
doing this dangerous sort of stealing for
months and shipping their plunder out
Goncrnl Manager Honshnw of tho
Electric Light Company says that tho
stealings of tho clover thieves will
amount to over $400, and that ho thinks
tbo clover thieves havo been at it for
A Chicago failure,
Ciitc.tno, Jan. US. Gcorgo llohncr it Co.,
a corporation doing business at 18-1 aud ISO
Wabash avenue, made an assignment for tbo
henout of Its creditors this morning. Tho
company has been eupiigcd In tho class and
crockery business. Tho assets aro $42,000,
and liabilities will llguio about tho same.
Again tho flnvor of poro scents tho at
lnosphcro of tlio, Criminal Court-room.
Tho sickening dotolls of brutish homi
cide aro onco moro being laid out bofoio
tho Interested view ot tho morbid crowd
of horror-scckers who haunt tho court
room on such occasions.
William Warren, n short, heavy-sot
negro, Is now on trial for Ills lifo, charged
with tho murder of William Brown on
October 31. Ills troubles nro duo to that
fruitful sourco of ovll among tho lower
classes of Washington society me sun.
pie and seductive game of crap. Tho
shooting occurred lu Chow's alley, bo
twecn Twenty -111111 and Twenty-sixth
and I and K streets northwest. Brown
died at the Frecdmen's Hn3plt.1l on
October 31. Dr. Shadd stating on tho
stand thnt his dcatli wns tbo direct ro
suit of tbo Injury by the ball, which sot
up pneumonia nnd peritonitis.
Messrs. Lipscomb and Muilownoy ap
peared for the Government and Messis
Yates and McCIosky for tho prisoner.
Tbo following jurors wcro sworn to try
tho case, much fcsi than the usual diffi
culty in securing a panel being experi
enced: Benjamin F. Bean, Clarence
Bonn, R. F. Drew, W. J. Lown, J. W.
Schaefor, B. L. Cumberland, Lowls Jack
son, Gcorgo B. Sheriff, Llnsey Cain,
John P. Wclckcr, John V. Tliomns and
John II. HiiHsoll.
John A. Piirkor was tho first witness
called. Ho said that they wore all play
ing map, tlio rosult being that Warren
"Give me my five cents," said ho to
"Go away; I never did like you nuy-
way," said Brown.
When tho shot was fired Brown was
advancing on Warren, with his hand in
his pocket. Warren drew his pistol aud
William A. Lewis saw Warren go
away and roturn with both hands In his
pockets. Ho did not seo Brown dolug
Charles Cook heard Warren say as ho
fired: "Tho s , I'm tired of boing Im
John Ridgcly was also a member of
tho "crap" party, nnd was preseilt when
tho dispute took place, aud testified to
tho same circumstances.
Willinra Ross heard Brown toll War
ren that If ho did not go away ho would
Benjamin Franklin, Henry Leo, Ed
ward Barnos nnd Humphrey Howard
told tho storv of tho affair.
Mr. McCioskoy opened fortho defense.
Ho stntcd that liis claim would bo that
tho shooting wns dono in self-defense.
Ho would show that Warren had reason
to fear Browji and hnd retreated as far
as ho could beforo he fired.
Officer Heard took tho stand, and testi
fied that Warren's g6noral reputation for
pcaco and good order was good, while
Brown's was tho rovcrso. Other wit
nesses testified jn tho same strain.
Wnrrcn-'thon testified. Ill- had won
flvo cents from Brown, which the latter
refused to pay. When '.ho asked him for
it Brown camo nt him witli a knife,
cursing. Then ho fired.
FIRE IN DULUTIL
Tho Opera-tlousn lliirumlntn Loss of Over
DtJi,uTir, Minn., Jnn. 28. At 1:50 this
morning lire was discovered Inlho oporn
house block. It stut ted In tho rear of tho
bnscment under Gnsscr's grocery, tn
thirty minutes llio wholo building was In
ablaze. Tho building contained tho
Opora-Housc, Hoyco it Tollman, drugs;
J. T. Condon, hals; M. M. Gnssor, gro
cciies, Tho postolllcu building is also in
ruins, but tho mails mo served.
Tho opcro-liotiho building cost about
$100,000ln 188). Tim vnliio of slocks de
stroyed li unknown, but will exceed
$100,000. Tho Kllohl Giimml Club-rooms
and it number of offices wcro also In tho
building. There wero nbout twenty
occupants of tho building, all of whom
weru saved. A strong west wind was
blowing. The thermometer stood nbout
zero. Tho St. Louis Hotel across tho
street is threatened, but will probably bo
saved. Tlio total lots is so far nbout
$230,000. Insurance is supposed to bu
ample. Tho opura-houso Is owned by
Mungor it Murkcll.
At I o'clock tbo firo wnsundor control.
Besides tho linns mentioned, tlio fol
lowing firms wero burned out: Osborne
it Fiuhor, safes; West Duliith Laud
Company; general olliccs Wisconsin
Central Hallway; V. C. Sargeant, coal
and wood ofllco. Upstairs 011 tho first
floor aro tho olliccs of various lumber
firms and lawyers, nnd on tho second
floor aro tho Chamber of Commerco
rooms. Tho Hotel St. Louis, opposite
tuo opcra-uousc, was saved.
LATEST NEWS BY CABLE.
I'isnsr.cuTiosoi' .ikwsiiijvivkd in
Sarcastic Comments liytlio I'nrlt Pros
Tlio i:ut Africa lllll Approved Tlio
froiich C'nliliint ltoslen Tlio Itulliiii Pur
NOT ENOUdll WATER
Tho Cnuso of a Torrlhlo Holler Kxplohtou
Poi'LAit Bi.ui'-, Mo., Jan. 2P. A stonm
boiler exploded in tho saw mill of 11. U.
Perkins Saturday afternoon, killing
tlirco men and fatally injuring three
more. Tho killed arc Judgo J. II. Stra
mount, John Chronlster and John
Moore. Robert Mulcom was fatally
scalded, and Richaid H. Perkins, tho
proprietor, nnd Richard Robins wero
fatally hurt. Clnlborn nnd Robert
Spouccr, who wore employed nbout tho
mill, wero also bndlv hurt, wbilo four
others escaped with sfiglit Injuries. Tho
entire mill and 100 fcot of shed attached
to it wero blown down, and portions of
tho boiler wero carried U00 yards. Judgo
Stramount, Mr. Robins nnd somo of tho
others wero passing bv, nnd stopped In
just a few minutes beforo tho explosion.
Lack of water in tho boiler caused tho
A FINE LOT OP MORALISTS.
PllOl'OSAtS FOIt CONSTHUCTTNCJ 8CI1OQI,
1IOUS1!, Ofllco of the Commissioners,
WmliliiKton, 1). t'-, January S8, J8M). Healed
Dionosuls will bo recolvcd ai this oflloe until lu
ii'oioukm. on MONDAY. February -l, lBHli, for
eoiistiuctlnir a two-story, eight-room School
lion'O, fronlliiu on iidtli strcot, betwion It and
Ollvo sheets, Onorgotown.
lllanlc forms of proposals and spoctllcatlons,
together with nil nooeasary. Information can ho
obtained, upun tinplloatlnn therefor, at tho ofllco
of the Inspector of UtillillniM of the Dlstilct of
Columbia, anil only Phis upon these forms will
ho considered. The right is loserved to reject
any and all bids.
"' WM. B. Willi!!.
KAM'I, K. WIIKATI.KY,
, CilAt-. W. JIAYJIOND,
Cumuilssloners of the I), O.
faring llotwoeii tho Traolis.
The Commissioners havo uotlfled the presi
dent ot tbo Washington it Georgetown Hall
road Company that 11. L. C'rauford
has applied for a ccitlUcito of In
debtedness as.ilnst that company lu
the sum of $737.'.'5 for pavlug adjacent to their
tracks oil Pennsylvania nuoiiuo, botwecn
Nlnteenth and Twenty-third streets. Tho
company has been requested to state on what
giomidi thoy refused to pay.
No Spigots Thorn to Hun,
"Tho papers have said that tho water In
spectors found water running to waste from
spiiiots hi the Headquarters," said Chief
Clerk Sylvester, at Police Ileadquaiters, thin
lnornilli: "lins is nov 00. jui-iu is uuwi
single spigot In tho whole place, and there
ports are incorrect."
Tlio l'lau From Samoa.
Tho American (lug thut tho Clcrmans toro
down and burned arrived at tho State JJepatt
mont from Samoa Saturday. It Is charred
mul soiled, aud thoro Is but a plcco ot tho
old (lug left. It will bo sent to Congress first
and then placed lu tho War Museum.
Aillo Bleeniau and Martin Sanborn run
away from their hdracs In Woodbildco, Va.,
lust Thursday and went to Ilultlmoro. Not
llndlug that city tho Idlers' puradlsu thoy had
expected, they started homo again; but wneu
they uot to this city tho policemen who wcro
on tbo lookout took them to thu t'lrot Product
Two Wills l'lleil.
Tho will of M. Olivia Filcbus, died to-day,
leaves her property to bcr husband, Gustavo
Tho will of rhllllplne Heck, after giving
$300 to her brother, Krall Heck, leaves her
pronci ty as follows; Two-thirds to her sister,
Catherine Pauer, aud one-tnlrd tu Kmmn aud
Adam Heater, nil residents of llaltlmoro.
Plans for review stands on tho south, east
nnd north sides of tho Treasury bulldlm: wero
approved by llulldlug Inspector Entwlslo to
day. Theso stands will have a 6catlntr rapacity of
moro than 0,000 and will bo the largest stands
ever elected at this potut,
tTuitgo .Miirrlok Hotter.
Tbo condltlou of Judgo William II. Mer
rick, who has beeu suffering with ludlgcstlon
uud tho lack ot powei to assimilate Ms food,
is very much Improved Ibis aftornoon, and bis
physicians now consider blot out of all
Ho Diopped IIIh Money,
Hon. William Warner lost hla pocket book
In Chambcrlln's Friday night. It hid $00 iu
It when Mr. Wainer dropped It, Tho pocket
book was found aftorward,- but tho money was
8u0' 1 1
Thu l'nn-i:iootrlu C1110,
Senator Cockerel! of Missouri wns examined
to-duy Iu tho l'an-Klectitc case bcfoieMr.
Otllvor i:ltlH Illos.
WiLKKSiuitr., Pa., Jan. US.-Olllcor Ellis,
one of tho ofllcers who was shot In the riot at
Hyde Park last night, died this morning. Ho
was married and leaves a wlfo nnd two chil
dren. Parties of armed men are scouring tho
woods lu search of tho murderers.
An Kplolon at Scrulitoti.
Soiiamon, Ta., Jan. 28. A huge boiler In
Harvey's silk mill exploded his morulng,
badly scalding two men and blowiug to pieces
a neighboring cottage.
Sirs. Harrow to Hang.
I'nii.Apr.U'HU, Jan. 23. Mrs! liarrow, who
pleaded guilty of murderlui: her husband, was
to-day sentenced by Judgo Hare to bo bauged.
Kucupml l'rnm the WorUpouso.
Thno of tho prisoners at tho workhouse suc
ceeded tn escaping last night. iThoy bioko a
window on tho second iloor and, tylug blankets
together into a rude rope, they slid down Into
tho grounds aud havo so far succeeded iu elud
luitall uffoits to capture theuu Their names
aro William Dunn, Joseph Campbell aud
'lhomas Hendricks. ;
A Novel by AshiikhIii Gultouu's filntor.
Mario Frances Norton, sister ot Charles J.
Oultcau, has recently published a novel,
mainly devoted to a defenso of her brother,
who, sh6 sjys, was crazy and was Influenced
by others to shoot President Garlleld, She
culls her book "Tho Stalwarts; or, Who Wcro
to lllamet" New York Sun.
An ISxuollout IlreHsmaker.
Miss Travis Don't j on think my new dicss
Istoopwcot for auythlngt
Miss DeSmlth-Oh, lovoly exqulsltol 1
do believe your dressmaker could muko a
beanpole look graceful. Durliugtou Flee
THE REICHSTAG APl'ROVES IT.
The East Africa Illll Approved With nn
BmiLiN, Jan. 28. Tho Reichstag, to
which tho Kast Africa bill was referred,
has approved tho measure, but oxxludcs
tho clause placing tho East Africa com
pany under tho control of Cnptaiu Wiss-mann.
THE DEADLOCK CONTINUES.
No Choice Vet Made for Senator In West
Charleston,- "W. Va., Jan. 28. The
fifth ballot for United States Senator to
day resulted os follows :
Golf, 33; Kenna, 18; Goshorn, 3; Here
ford, U; Carr, 1; remainder scattering.
Total votes cast, SI,
A Ulntorlo Hotel to ho Closed.
PllTSlillito, Jau. 23. Tho historic old
Monongahela House, tho principal portions of
which have stood since 1840, and whoso pre
decessor ot the 6nme namo was destroyed In
tho great flro of 1845, Is about to ho closed to
tho public for tho first tfmo since a timo
which few present Inhabitants of l'lttsburjj
can remember. It is, perhaps, tho most
famous hotel west of tho Alleghany Moun
tains, nnd Is jet In ninny respects the lcadliig
hotel of Pittsburg, but thcie Is a hitch on
terms with Its present lessee.
A rroto.it Against Kxtrudltlon.
I'lTTsuunn, Jau. 23. Steps havo beeu taken
to send a protest from l'lttsbuig agaliibt tho
ratification of tho extradition treaty with Groat
Britain. Tho Uuaty will bo considered by tho
Scuuto to-day. It Is objectionable to ui.iuy ot
tho KulghtB ot Labor, an otgaiiUatlon which
Is now International, aud by many frtcuds of
tho Irish cause. Tho latter claim that It
would render possible oxtradltlon for political
offenses, and tho former fear that It would bo
detrimental to their members. A conmiltteo
may go down to seo Senator Cameron.
npnnlng Coal Minos lu Dakota,
Yankton, I). T., Jan. 23. Prospectors who
havoboou dillllng for coal at Velln'a siding,
nine miles east of Yankton, on tho Chlcagu
and Northwestern Railroad, found a llvo-foot
....I.. l ititnl'iv tit n itintti nf finvi-ntv fni-t.. An
eight-foot vein was discovered eighteen miles
east of Yankton lust week. Tho coal Is of
good quality uud several mines will bo opened
School Tenohurit liemiino Counterfeiters
iNPlANUl-ous, Jan. 23. Johu ArbucMoand
James II. Staloy, twu school teachers, aro un
der at rest here on tho ch&rgo ot attempting to
pass counterfeit money. Thoy had vailous
pieces of spurious coin lu their possession
when arrested, Arhucklo Is the principal ot
tho Acton sahools and Staley is a teacher near
tho samo place.
Dcatli ot Ulmi.u-. A. Waslililirn.
Nkw Yohk, Jan. 23. Charles Ames Wash
burn, United States Minister tu Paraguay, a
well-known writer, and a brother of U.S.
Senator-elect Washburn ot Minnesota, died In
this city 011 Saturday 01 apoplexy, lie wui
ycais of ago and a resident of Morrlsto
nioomtnston, III., Toughs Warn fallen
Women to Leave Town.
Bloominoton.Ii.lh., Jan. 28. Jauuary
23 a number of frail women In this clty
recoived notices from "White Caps"
ordering them to leave within forty-eight
hours. Tbo order was not obeyed, and
on tho following day other notices wero
placed undor tho doors of tho houses
of tho womon Informing them that they
must uopart within live uays or no sub
jected to a whipping.
Friday night a numbor of houses wero
rotten-egged. Saturday night tho polico
nrrested.l'aUvO'Connell. "Buzz'1 JIvers.
Charles' Harding and Al. Hemphill, a
quartet or young toughs. U Uonnoll
mado a full confession, implicating tho
other three. O'Connell and Myers havo
each a penitentiary sentenco suspended
THEIR FAITH WAS WEAK-
A Score of Ilolloverx Who Wouldn't Von
turo Into tho Watur.
Nitw YoitK, Jan. 28. Twenty-two bo
Hovers In faith cure met at thu Mount
Zion Sanctuary, Jersoy City, yestorday,
pursuant to an agreement thoy hnd pre
viously mndo to bo baptized, no mntter
what the weather might be. The entire
Snrty were led to tho water's edge iu
'cw York Boy by Elder llaucox, but nt
the last moment all but two decided that
tho water was too cold and declined to bo
"dipped." Chailcs Eroiso and his wlfo
Christian, howovcr, rcsoluloly'followed
tho Elder into tlio water nnd wore bap
tized In duo form. Thoy appeared none
tho worse for their experience, but
started for their homes as soon as they
had put on diy clothing.
OutrugflH In Alabama,
IHtt.MiNUitAM, Ala., Jan. 23. On Friday
night n body ot masked men forced an en
trauco to tho liouso ot I'.ll Johnson, a farmer
living near Vernon, I.ainar County, nnd beat
Mm Into iusciihlbllity. Tho men, who weru
armed with switches, thou punished .Mrs.
Johnson lu a teirlhlo manner. Tho party then
searched tho house and curried Off if 125. Ou
Saturday John and James Parker uud Kpli
Terry, three prominent cltlzons, wcro urrcsled
on warrraiit sworn out by Johnson charging
them with being memliers of thu parly who
assaulted and robbed them. They have since
all been lcleased, however.
London, Jan. 28. The Vcbat, tiolicl
nnd other Paris journals find spaco
enough oven iu the faeo of tho exciting
duty of discussing tlio Sclno election and
its consequences to touch as pointedly
as they daro mum tho attempted rovlval
of .low-baiting In Germany. As a matter
of course, nothing of interest which hap
pens thcro is uninteresting to tlio French
piess, which never falls In point u moral
from every Incident transptilng across
llio Rhino that promises to bo of Im
portance in tho future.
It is certainly refreshing, nays tho
Delalt, to boo German men of mnrk who
generally prido themselves on being
philosophers nud free-thinkers sustain
ing abusivn clericals In a crusade against
n race which only wishes to bo let alone,
and which i dangerous only when pciso
etitcd. Tlio spcctaclo of German students who
havo nover been suspected of possessing
any Hiiperlluotis amount of piety, setting
nt tlio feet of Dr. Stoecker nnd Court
l'reneher Itoggo is certainty edifying,
but theso eminent gentlemen possibly
know tlioir professed neophytes too well
to Hatter themselves thut religious on
Ihusiasm animates tlio Students' Anti
Semitic Association; many of tho well
connected students are restricted in their
expenditures by tho forco of circum
stances and do not possess enottgli self
contiol to observe with complacency tbo
oftentimes too lnvish display of wealth
by tho glided Hebrew youth.
Again, many of thu latter aro far su
perior to tho others lu mental capacity
and attainments, and If it wcro uot for
unfair discriminations against them
would cairy oil more honors than they
aro now permitted to obtain.
liuuiNiJ ins pitoruit time.
It is to bo, lamented that tho Rev. Dr.
Stoecker did not flourish a couplo of
centuries ago. Ills peculiar bent of mind
would havo been much better appreciated
then, and ho would havo escaped a sus
plclon which must haunt him now, if ho
bo uot wholly blinded by fanaticism, that
such men as Count vou Moltko and Pro
fessor Borcmann, though thoy counte
nance his ravings by thoir presence, must
with dllllculty repress a display of amuso
ment at li isj Cassind ra-I I ko utterances anc
their illogical vehemence.
Does Kngland .u'i'' With Herman? lie
London, Jan. 23. Tho 7Vim says
Englishmen aro curious to know tbo
value of Bismarck's nsserlion thnt Ger
ninny is absolutely ono with England
with regard to tho Samoa dllllculty. ft
is hard to believe tiiat England will ap
prove tho deportation of King Malletoa
or tlio intervention of Germany.
The Standard indorses the remarks of
ITALY FOR l'EACB.
Iho rnrllameiit Opmii-d My Klnc Hum
bert lu I'uriion.
Homb, Jan. 28. Tho Italian Parlia
ment was opened to-day by King Hum
bert. In his speech tho King said that
tho forthcoming bills which would bo
introduced in Parliament wero of a very
pacific character. Nevertheless peaco
must be safeguarded by necessary forces.
"Italy," said the King, "continued to
work for tlio peaco which all desire, iuii"
which 1 declaro shall bo kept by us."
TIIK PRKXCll MINISTRY RESIGN'.
I'rutldont Varuot IWifin.es to Lot Them
P.utiB, Jan. 2S. Premier Eloquct this
morning tendered tho resignations of tho
entire Cablnot to President Carnot. Tho
latter declined to receive them.
AS Odo tn an Opulent Star.
It Lotta Crabtreo would get a real good
play she would win tho undying affection of
I tbo American public Uacou telcsraph.
Tho (lift to (lladstone.
Nju-ixs,. Jan, !i3. Mr. Gladstone has ro
quested that tho album ot vlows subscilbed
for by t'ao English unit Amcilcau colonies at
Homo is a gift to tho cx-1'remltr bo sent to
him In l.oodou Instead of being patented to
Tho Kahwuy, J. !., I'ostonico Itohhed.
Kaiiwav, N. J., Jan. 3S. Tho postofllco
here was entered by burglars during last ulght,
who succeeded lu blow lug open tbo safe and
abstracting $1,000. Then) is no cluu to the
Koo y Hot at Mherty.1
Plili.ADBl.nili, Pa., Jan. S3. Kocly. tho
Inventor, was discharged from custody to-day.
Judge Pattersou deciding that the order to
exhibit his motor wus prematuio.
l'oKlolllcn IimpectorH After a. Swindler,
St. Paul, Jan. US. The postofllco Ofllclals
nio after a laseal who has been using tho malls
lu furtherauru ot a swludllug scheme. Under
tbo name ot C. II. Warner ho hired an ofllco
hcioaud udvertUcd o.xtenslvely as agent of
"Wood, Thornbury & Co.;" that h would
deliver silk drc.-s patterns at extraordinary low
prices. Ho received a very large mail and, It
is supposed, considerable money. Ho dlcov
ered that tho detectives wcro Investigating hla
methods aud Ued fiom the city.
AT THE HOTELS.
S. K. 11. Hlddlo and Herbert Cor, Philadel
phia, arc at Wormley'a.
Julian II. Slurp and Houry I'. Klrkhain of
Now lork aro at NclcKcr's.
Caleb Husc, New York; V, J, SovlU and
wlfo, Kearney, Neb,, uru at thu Aino.
S. H. ltandull. West Virginia, nud U. W.
Hose, Virginia, arc stopping at tho St. Tuuitb.
E. T. ISIco uml C. I'. Kut, New York; John
J. Chester, Columbus, O,, are at tho Arling
ton. Charles T. Yoik and Miss York, New York,
and 1. M. l'attou, Philadelphia, uru at tho
O. A. Eddy, Hay City, Mich.; E. W. Hlalr,
Clncluuutl, and V. II. Cralu, Chicago, aro at
N. II. Loste. Norfolk. Va.: William Gurdlo.
New York, und It. li. Williams, Virginia, nio
at tho Metropolitan,
Nat, C. Goodwlu, New York; Cbarlc C,
Deacon und Grorgu S. Deacon, Philadelphia,
arc al Chatnbcrlln's.
T. II. Kelly und brldo aro iu tho city, stop
ping at tho l'.hbltt. Mr. Kully Is deputy col
lector of tbo port of New Joiscy.
W. J. Manning, Chicago; 1!. D. Jackson,
New York; Huck Emerson, Amherst, Mass.;
W. J. Glbsou, Now York, aro at tbo Hlggs
W. J. Hal) and J. II. Harrison, Now Mexico;
tboinemuets of the Kcntz-Santhiy combina
tion, Daulel Sully, Mare Keau, Nuw York, are
at tho Hurrls Huuso.
Curtis Smith. J. II, McCormuck, A. 11.
Donal and A. . Huruett, Now York; John
I l!rothi-rs, Buffalo: O. E, Cralts, Chicago; C.
O. Eggcrt, Philadelphia, aro at Wlllard's.
I,. O, Goddard, Chicago; Thomas C.
Fletcher, St. IaiuIs; F. .Michel, Colorado;
Philip J, Kyan, Albany, N. Y.; Frank 1). Can
velle, Now York; llrewstcr Cameron, Tucson,
Ark.; J. T. Whiting, Detiolt, aro at tho lib
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Tlio Mode and Money Mnrkot.
Nuw YoitK, Jan. 23. 1:'.W p. in. Monoy,
IK'i- percent. Exchango steady. Posted
rates, -Ib"(ij,-ISl)5; actual rates, -isOKS-lSOj for
sixty dajs, and 4byp5'JI for demand. Gov
ernments, llrm; currency Cs, 1"0 bid; -Is cou
pon, 12S bid; lisilo., 10U hid.
Tho stock market opened liiut and J to 13
per cent, lilchcr, tho latter lu Pullman l'alaco
Car, but after tho llrt few dcallnu'S a raid 011
Atchi'on and Missouri I'acltlc was com
menced, nud theso two stocks wcro quite
freely sold thioughout tho inoriiinc.
At this writing Atchison Is 12 and Missouri
P.iclilc 1J percent, lower. The remainder of
tho list Is down i to j per cent., eveept in
tho caso ot Pullman, which continues llrm.
1 p. 111. prices. -W. b., MJ:N. x. 0., 10SJ;
N. .1. 1!., W: Mich.. 8S: O. 1'., 5U: N. l'.,25;
do. pfil., Kti; III. O., IU; Can. Vac, ; U.
Pile.. IKI; Mo.. 75; Tex., 10?; O. S.,01; D. ,fc
E. - :N.W..tOOJ;ilo.pfd., - ; 0. ,fc W Id: O.
M. .til., -; I)., I., .t W., 140; Erie. US,; do.
pfd I1IJ: K. A T.. -; 1,. 8., 1021; M. it
N. ; P. M., 3(5; Heading. IS; It. I., urj; O. it
M 218; do. pfd,, , fit. Paul, 0IJ; do. pfd.,
1015; N- 0.. -; S. .t W., --; Walj., 12;
do. pfd. 2IJ; H. .t Q 10SJ; 1. U. ,t E., ;
Man., 100; O. & N., WtiO. & T., U0J; Deuvor,
CuiCAoo, Jan. 2S. -Opunlug, 9:110 a. m.
heat-Feb.,PoJ; March, H71; May,(K). Com
Feb., ilUfeiilo; -March, !155; May, 'Ml. Oats
Jan., 20?, Feb., 2.1; May, 276. Fork-Fob.,
in. Tih Mnv. S12 10. l.atd 1 eh. and Marco.
OVJO; .May, $7.00. Short ribs Maich, $0,221;
Tho Wiixhinutoii Nlnelis,
Mlseollaiioniis Uonds W. it G. H. It.. 10S;
Masonic Hall .Wu. 107; Wush. Maikct Co.,
115; Inland it Sealxird Co., ; Wash. Light
Uifuntiv, 1st. 100; Wash. Light Infaiitrv. 2d.
55; Wa'oh. lias IJchl Co., 12U; Wash, Gas
Nuttoiml llauk Stocks Hank ot Washing
ton. 1)25; Hank of liepubllc, 200- Metropolitan.
"00; Ceutial, 200 ; Second. 151: Fauuers' and
Mechanics', 105; CltUeiis', 125; Columbia,
"lUllroad Stocks Washington and Goorco
town, 210; Metropolitan, UW. Columbia, ii3;
Cap. .t Noilli O si.. US. Auacostla. .
Insurauco htocUs I'll emeu's. 40; Franklin,
4ti Metiopolitan, 72. N11tlou.il Uulou. 10;
Arlington, 1113; Coieimiu. 00; Columbia, 18;
German Aineitcan. Ib5; Potomac, 75; Hlggs, bj;
Gas and Electno Light Stocks Washington
Oiis.-Wh Gcoigetowu Gas, 41; U.S. Electric
Light, OS. . . .. .
Telcphono Stocks -Pennsylvania, 30; Chesa-
ilea to iV rouminc, 10.
. ......, c.
-..I'd ivn.ltf nrvlnn AlurL-Af
.UlSCOIIUUeUl" .?,uwin 'iMJM.i.vwM ...u.nw.
Co., 151; Washiuirton Hrlca Macblno Co., 200;
National l'ress Hrlck Co., ffi: Groat Falls Ico
Co., 112; Hull Hun Panorama C 25: Keal
i.'.i,m 't'itta Insurauco Co.. 115: Cuhtmbla
Title Insurauco Co., aj; National Jto De
posit Co., 205; Amerlcau Grapbopuono Co.,
I.ocul Weather Indications,
(icnornlly fair; much colder; westerly winds,
I'old.wavo ooinhiB. Tmnporuture of 23 do
crocs or lower will occur belore b a. in. Jauuary