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WASHINGTON, D. C? FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1891. TWO CENTS. THE EVENING STAR. PUBLISHr.I? DAILY. Exrrpt Sundsj, at thk star buildings. 1101 Are., ecnaw 11th 8fmt by The Evening Star N^wspswr Company, 8. H. KAI FFMAXX. Frrt'L Twt Fnsrna? ST*m i? ?crv?i! to ?nb*rri>t?r? !n the tit> by carrier*, on thetr own account. at lO ?ent.a p*?r ?ftk, ?r 44r. r?*r month. Copies at the counter. '2 rents each. By u.ai!-?ojrwh?r? in the United >tatea or Canada? poatair* prepaid-."<?? rents per :i.onth s*TTtt>*T QrAMitu Shi rr Stab 41.CO per rut, With foreurn pest we *l.!ed. 43.00. (Entered at tbe P <u OAce a Waatumrtoa. D. a. sa ?rcou?l-<u*?e mail matter. j All mail rnharr?ptions mn<t be paid in advance; I? paper arnt loneer than pokl for. Ra*e? ,yf adr^rt-.H.ng rnwde fcnown nn apr*Vat1on. FINANCIAL. CTATBMBBT uf THK CONDITIO* EJ or THE RI?<?? FIRr. INMI: %NCB COMPANY, (Jscorporated Mij 31. 1MX3), A* t?* el'?w of i?u>,nw? l-.ra.l^r 31. 1800. OFFICE: ISil F st. n.w. ? . . resources: Cuban hsikl ? 7.?K ? (10 O?o. furniture iiiJ nnure. . nrj 4<I Ott.? IimHiik 4.71 Bills Nnnin.imij I.~S) uu tnwd'iinMu.: ftu... 2,67(1 M i in eourae of coilec 57? 01 ?a> LI ABILITIES: ?im?.nnono fLum oo 3V.A4 t1.-?.g3M !3> FRANCIS B. MOHn*. S?reUry.~~ taamtDudintKrMMiinu thii JKh day of '??IIJ. IHil. JOHN J. M ALONE, NoUry Pubtte. w - TWJSTEBi. K W. BFVFRIIX*K. r F. SCHHF.II>FR. TO** HTI>K. X ?. HrrcHinmm, **? ?? THOMPSON, R J. STKLLWAGKB, * W._BCBCHK1X. HKNRV SKMKK*. W*. H. HORKIwTV. M. W BFVFKIIXiF, FTwu.mt. **. S. THOMPSON. VinhMtlnt THUS. Hxlll, 1 rc-i-iiirer _ FRANCIS B. MoHU.N. S^ reUry. JtfUl HARRY C. BI1U. E. (Ml juratory. -^y'ASHIBOTON INVESTMENT CO. CAPITAL. 1100.000. 2.000 Bharve. S.V) ??rh. payable (1 per month, or If P* J in ktliuk- nov ik uiM-ount d 1~ L*r cent is ?Ikjwsd. __ DIRECTORS: HENRY H. LOCKWooD. LEVIN R FREY. a. P. Oil.BERT, O. II. HEWITT. * . G. 31 EVENS. DAVID Al'LD. W M. D. BRACE. ?. R. BRACE. ** H. DOUGAL. 1?? Muiaali will h. rr?4e ?t the head of LAKE SU PERIOR, ill and about Dl MIR. 1M1NN , , a,?rtl??in ?i*t nu?. For lull particulars, clirn lars. by-laws, Ac.. inquire of the ws-r^ury and mana _ E. K. BRACE. At Brare'a Pbara.acy. G-jryetown. D.C. lai AM?EICAN 8ECCBITT AMD T1FIT C O M P 4 H T. CAPITAL. ?l.&~>O.OOa Faier mrf of C*AHcnmt approved October 1. 1800. A. T. B&lTTuN. C. J. BEIX. President. 1st Vice Pre^dmt. PiuKCI B. MATZUER, A. A. THOMAS, Treeeurrr. 2d Vic? Pre^deeS. 61X?BOE E. F.MMONd, betrt Uiry. PIJOX 1? >RS a. t. wtrrm*. james o. pay**. JAMEB K. FITCH. M W. BEVFKIlHiB, ^ 8. THOMPSON. CALEB J. MILNE. HARRY F. WEST. WILLIAM M. COATE8, BmBF.RT DORNAB. CRUMBY S. NO\E8, W ! LI JaM VERNER. JOHN E. IIERRELL. KKNRY b. LOt CilUBIM. MARTIN t. MORR1B, C. J. BELL. JOHN S. JENKS. M M. PARKFR. ALAN U. REED. CI ML C DfTSCAMSON. ? A flUV, 'CliARLEB PORTER. DANIEL DONOVAlt. A. A. THOMAS. BENJAMIN H. WAIIDEB. JOHN R. 1JHI MATTHEW G. F.MEBY. 1LE3B* A. WILLjULD. HENRY Y. PLOLNT, | JOHN N. HL'IClilNSON. aij/HW8 IXTF.REBT ON DLPOblTS OF MONET. peyabi** by cherk without notice. Antbonaeii by law tc art a* Fxecntor, Ad jr.uiij*tra:or. GuaMt.r.. 1 mate*-. R*xetver. A?vw to anti ti? uff 1 rusts of Jt**ry iH-e- nprxm from the tourta. ( orpora utii? or iiMiivndJiAls Xaujrt^ income Collected. Gnaran teed lnv??tm^nts 1 urn;.-! ?h1. Loans i^ciuvd by >?t ! nwT - ui Uie l> >rnct ut CuiauiUa li^Ufrht and Sold ona Debenture Pt.uila laened. bearimr inter- st and aheotureiy se* urecL Hii:s B?cei)4id >or atul Kept Without Acts aa Treou?ur?r or Airent tar llell sious. Beu?f\oient or Other InatttuUona and as Keneurar or i mnsfer Akvdi o: ti*e btociui or Uc w of Ccn-cratione. Paying TLeir Dirl 4mui? i* Intat **. it ieauwd. r-v*it kor hottt with the most ?o??era p*j ir'..trds. I'nsiirpaevki raniitiea for the Storage of Fia:?. >aiuati?> l'aj-rv h^urrutur^. Carru^eor OMirr atour >ire-pruol Hare b''i?sr. No 1^40 IMh et. A.V. Ca-1 ind ?? ? lai >ru:ation as I i In Ml . ? ?end ?'Oetiwaa ctuotartn^y I unuafced. jalT-lw | \\ OODS k Co.. BANKERS. lllIB T at. n. w. IVpesita. F*cbar..-e, Ixaxia ?nd CcTlectlooa. Parti?e i.anxyr n.? a*y l>inx kli? for :0. 00 or 90 days will iwtivt inurrrat lot aau.e by leaving it with us. ?-^V3m J NO. W. CORSON. J MO. W. MACARTNEY, Member N. X. bloc* iLX. rOWm A MACARTNEY. MOVER BC1LDING. 14'!? F ST. N Bankera and Dealers in Government Honda. Deposits. Esrhacirv. Vwns. Collection*. Bai.rv>ad Suicks ami Bom is and aii securities h?ted on th? ?*xrh?mree of New lork. PbiAadeiphia. Beaton Baltimore ooo?cut and soid. A nv**-ialty u.ede o .uv*-atmetit securities. District | B? ad? and all loc^u Raurued. Gaa. Insurance and Teie- | I'tK'L* Stock dr?:t in. Au**r* an Deh l e?epbone Stock bo??rht and sold. Jy 18 20 20 20 PPP F.KK RRR COO FF.B NN N TTTT PPK RR COK S.1N T PPP KB RRR C KK N K N T P K RR COK N NN T r BKK R R CCU EKE B MB * DlbCOCBT FOB CASH. WE HAVE LAID OCT A LARGE LINE OF GOODS OB OUR SECOND FLOOR WHICH WE DESIRE TO BELL BEFORE REMOVING TO OCR NEW STORE. SO. 121i F ST. TO 1^14 G ST. S.W. 30 I KR CENT IS THE DISCOUNT. BUT SOME OF THK GOODS WILL 11E SOLD AT HALF PRICK. MOST OF THK GOODS ARE CHOICK BUT BROfcKB ASSORTMENTS. IT WILL PAY ANY ONE WISHING DKCORATKlt CU1SA TO SEE THIS ASSORT MEN T. M. W. BEVERIDOE. IMPORTER POTTERY AND PORCELAIN. CMb 1UUU PwiasylTuu. ?*. Carhart & Lf.idy Will offar brfor. stock Ukla? twrwalos In ill ISw dpyutuurLts ons lot of hmttmf r^ln M?rno VsMs. sIm 30. .t:. :h. Ji. rcducwi tu .Mc. lot of Children's Msrlno Vests rsdocol to lUc. less Uiui iisll price. All sue IS. Om lot of CLlblrea's Wool ToUainrmn snd Tisi l/SUU* Ca|? rwkucwl to tic. lass Uull ?MtM (JBelot of Men's '.:ii.hed Wool Slilrts snd Insot, i>nc* w?. t I .'jO. mlocsd to 41. One lot of LfeUes' Line. Collars, ill sixes snd u. sssurtnient ut atylsi, t-rv* ... Ul| ukl Uc. ' Alltuinitl jnuls A bur driTe in MsnulU* lied St nails, sxtra ?Lie. ub4 CARHART k LEIDY. philadelphia STORK. Jsl7 su> Ttk St. snd 70B K st U-W. w AXSLKY & N EDWELL. XS. NORTH charles ST.. BALTIMORE. MD.. Wui open at WllUr-l's Hotel Prir.te Psrlors Tuesday. Ju'-iy.17. and Hi* eus.:.iw week P?ns-ina<ls Ct? tiune. and Wrur*. R?.l. liweptwu and Liuiuer Oouns. Umm and Walkiiar Cosruine*. Tea (iusw auJ M?i? Br l ? ii. and an mrir uuportatua of spring AND SUMMKK DRKSSES. Oxtsra taks? and perfuct fll yowntasd. >ga Bust Books. MBXORAKDUM8. INVOICE AND SCRAP BOOKS. OUPVIkG BOOKS. PRESSES AND bTAJIDS. PAPER AND EN velopes, 1 INK STATIONERY. ENGRAVING AND PRINTING EASTON A RUPP. ?IX 11TH ST. B.W.. ??| OTKXUXB STAB OPFICK. SPECIAL NOTICES. ,GRAND ORIENTAL BAZAAR, 10E3 CONNECTICUT AVE., D. K. VARZHABEDIAN k CO. Karar btty Oriental Rnjn tinder ni Ilrtt. We ire continuing oar SPECIAL SALE of SUPERB oriental RCQB and CAB PETS. Oar REDUCED PRICES dnrta* the list week hare startled tbe public. See them ba lore bayliur elaewbere. V# nva you auc tioneer'* fee* uj injuij rtiaadrmtagys as Ml. GOODS SENT OK APPROVAL "GRAND ORIENTAL BAZAAR." 1022 Connecticut it*., J"2'-? D. K. VARZHABEDIAN ft CO. t"^r=?1?,k SALE?BOUSE AM) LOT IN HILLS dale. tf room*. lot 40x'JKT> leet; convenient Wn !Ti iTVn'i'f' > *1 i'rW' 'otairoof lie v. \v. M. ___? ' Hillsdale, 1). C. jalJMJt1 ft^^gVnCB OF THE CHESAPEAKE AND rotoin* lelcphMM Company.?A dividend of ceBtSpcr share will I* payable on the *J6tfa day of January 18S*1. to the stockholders of record at tbe 1W>4ay of January. 1MM. at the office of the treasurer of Uie company. 010 14th st. n.w., X* asmnvton. D C. Uwkiwill he closed from the 17th to Ui* Aitb of Juu'try, inclusive. SAMUEL M BRYAN, Pre?ldrnt. n v CHAKLES G. JJEfcBE. 'lre??!irer. Washington. D.i . Jmnuty 1.;. lnui. taI4-12t , A DIFFICULT MATTER-TO reach ant hand* direct lor eu nsviiMr of Lbe better ciua*. Cor rectly entnmil rtrdi iod invitation* uxl superior pnitutir maw liiruueii GEDKET k ROBERTS. Eu?n?an and Prinlen., UK 1UA at., near Om Oltkea. _^^a?A BARE opportunity. ?wi^ut_5? C taedroiUble for trnrkirur pnr pt?e.._ near Benum station. SlOU per acre, or will ex BATCUFFE. DARR ft CO. g-^a,mpOBTA*T MOT1CB OAR CONSUMERS. Jirrsnreinents have been made for the convenience of THE NATIONAL CAPITAL BANK OB nm.?J BANK. Bins paid on or before the Mth of each month AND vii l?uW^bi'fiiJi ",nll*,J 10 "** dl*CUUI't?' i?c uL'l'-tr WASHINGTON GAB LIGHT company. *-^S?CU8TOM-MADE SHIRT8. - WITH OUR increased facilities in till?- detiartiuent we ?re ;*tt?T 1 rei iijreil tban ivtr to necuiv your onleri 5nTi ?-shirt*. Any itylelor ordinary or lull dres. occasion* ma.le at sLort notice and aatisiac tKjn jcuarsnteed in envy in<au<?. Now la tbe best . " > ou wUI ""Xl ? shirt more ?OM'? ??, after b*m? worn dur ?rst SS*." ?*n * 'omu?htn(r department, ????" ' WOODWARD ft LOTHBOP. #r-*S>?IrT,wL<di?K.C<i"~ .co" AKD WOOD ^Soi. ttrT" ?f JOHNSON BROTH ?*?. Uw.nw Hluii retail dealers in the conn o4 FINANCTAT. Skoubitt the first thought. profit aftbbwabds. TWM MERCHANT* NATIONAL BANK or FORT WORTH. TEXAS. A* rail Mi ire and transfer areata gAr at I ?! nanUe baling iiTfii.i?_ '-?> per cm: In tlJaad *~*r* ? !*lf *? entire uaue of S-.U0.UX) 7 per cent prtltrrtti^ttu.uiaiive diridend stock of the FORT WORTH SECURITY AND CONSTRUCTION company OF FORT WORTH. TEXAS, Who* capital of $500,000 la dlruled tntn ?>00 0007 lj??ntprrie?n?l cumalattve dl^nd itiTki'SS! 2^? 1"c">t??o.k. Tbe entire iwuecoin. MlSr" t"u* taken by ciuienaol Fort Wortb HOW DIVIDENDS WILL BE PAID. A?I this 1-orporaticn. inaOJitiuii to ita other ralnable rnuet.} rnsid*', rnai estate, owns in the ?-itv of Fnrt Worth. J exa*. the two finest < ounnen ial buUdimrs tenth of M. ix>ms in tbe Lnited htstes. known as the Mj"'g "^1 tb- Martin-brown Wbole Su bnililinif. for wbicb tbe chart-.-for ren taJs is annuaby, it bos been airrml liv th? director. to??KV, u'.buo ImmTSle^^.'aU S ?,n'Lf? ">? " !?" <-ent diTKlend on tbe ?1? .r> 5'1?' *uch I,r*'erreil ato. k ahall ?*** a J >n tnJl out of tbe ase*?t8 of said corporation "?<? common .to?-k aiiau ue entitled to share in inch as^ft* An<i tu tn* lta7 MU"t ,,b,e "oci" b?a lieeu paid iwe rent <jTidwwl that from net f^rnui*rs the com mon rtock is to receive b per ?-ent, and trom the hal ance o! pronta a dividend b?p?*i mi ?lln tne^n21nld and common of .i i>er cent, thus mulling the preferred a 10 per cent and the ouuunoii a V per cent stock. All earnin-rs abo\ e sulfi. i^nt to pay the above uivid'etkis abich will amount to ?4*.000 per annum, is to be car rwa to surplus a. < ?un; for a penod of five rears and "Lli^ tiai? iWdlAde ttamomr the stockhohier. of retard as they uiydHtm thai from the increased capital of !li) 0uuma lL* c?n enrn from company in a po*it ion ^h^ti^iiiTi^inTli - csaaapsa: m. v OF the COMPANY. t* 'SktJ?i?rtih K*,,uritJr.?And Construction Company of lurt Worth, lexas. is duly incorporated un ler th? buu*^^'^wnssrs ?3& S52r? K'JSTKSi^^iis HI8TOBT OF the COMPANY poration i?f it. kind in tb*? Soiiti;w..t capjtal of .100.000. ?rn^l tlo '?nranuwl w.tb?luu., uu w J-vi.TOar^ 1 V?I. lni reaalUK uw from .arniru,". alone to a-iioiiHi In Awrtl. l*?ai..nd m l^^ .h,V? .;l*i*) tional >ur|.luaon ?d?wiuh? raiuationaot ati", (??! iLS&'Sr&P* *"?wr p5^i8is. thi Uila r^Ul.UOO prelerrwl atock la now ofl^rUl ' 1 be i^enou.enal net..^rn,are of tLl? corporation tZ&XZSSZZJZ'-*" aSPSSSiJSS RAILWAY TO INDUSTRIAL SECURITIES. Its <-ai>ital. inveeted mostly minsuie imorovMi r* em.wiicb u .?*?it ^?ermanent se? unty tor its hdeiit\ *n,: t<ir rT*. ,?Ti the mi. i< the leelae. untie, in l?ie date A. ita o?f Cera are anion* ,ta lanreat ato. kcoldew ita aff.^. i?; tbeir unUi*ki?l atu.ntion. It ia that aa b.eHto?nt l?ruw .ttcb a byrti nF't d,1^ den.l. . OU! led Witu rtfciiuta ^ety. i. ofl^'to u2, its GENERAL BUSINESS. In addition to its '-onstruction department i? ???. cunt mm lor investors' truat.iund ana msfitntuMT^.T-T Mini inlomiat.ou ?ud makes expert reiiorts t.n property of irdn wtuuis. rail way or otto SSiiSioM ami pays Uses tor n in riidnntw corporauons UAMISATIO.N ASl) Ui AKANTKE OP TITLES T?-*ais renl *^tate and mortsaees thnmiwhiw muimwl ami iiuiured. the charge of which wii?^f? madt known Ufcre aork is be*un wm ^ * fc* "I^Jo'1 is reeerred to sat*, nhera to par in fnll 11**? r*tJ*'n or on tm? date of any ineiaUmeht Interest st tbe rate ot , p*r cent per annuin will u ?lWvs.1 on ?m n prrpA> ua?Lis. aanum alU be MiTrt}uJ,l,.',riidtirese the MFKCHaktui KATlOKAL Lank or TMK FUftT WokiH J? CIK1T* ASD CONSTRUCTION COMPANY 1^ tXZlLnf**- lr~u?r- ihomas T HL-iuiT "rwd*nt- Jalt?.7lftaaU^??' Equitablb CO-OPERATIVE building ASSOCIATION, "ftyUITABLE BUILDING,' 1CUU i SI. AMta?l.Uu,30&2L ,.0?21 trm ? ? m- ?" ? ?"? r a dally. On tbe Ant Wedneaday in wb month tb* o&.wtllbt oi^n rrom o to ho'clock p.m. Advancea am bemad# promptly at ? o'clock, lia saaj* -un ui -'i-i-m w o^m u#r subscription. Shares are $2.50 per month. |1,COO advanced on each ahara. rucphlet. eir'ain nr tb* otOacta and adrantanaof ba iaMM ar. lumiaLad am Um THOMAS SOMJLBVILLK, IWt JOHN JOY EDSON. Sac-y. m7 LK2^,JS2JSS?5:t. ?? ?????. Camber Waaljia?1aa I LEWIS O. TEWKSBUBY ft CO.. bankers akd brokers, 1?1 ? ST.. washington. D C Bny smlael] for raab or an niarvtaaiu Gnui.. Prvrutcna and Otl. lwaet priTate wma to New Tort aid u a7*,*,W? J?eU,,w ? H^i-talty. An Ljocml -??*? ? * SPECIAL NOTICES. BROUGHT TO BAT" WITH TIM*. Oar tlO.nO SUIT and OVERCOAT Ml* will b* history attar tomorrow nlxht. Thm'i Just a linKerimr chalice for balatad buyer*. Too don't have to chaav* roar Ideas to anil the condition* of the aale. Every taate la "in it"-with tlS, (16.50, ?16 and tl.1.50 qualities to pick from?for ?10.80. All six**. The aame tick of the clock clow* the LADIES' SHOE BALE. So yon'U hare to "make hay while the sun ahine*" tomorrow. Tbey are naked valuta?not covered with* cant's worth of profit. Ye*, it's * clearing up. kloat every si w La here. Tomorrow certainly will be * "family day" with a*. SAKS AMD COMPANY, BARGAINS. It SEVENTH STREET AND MARKET SPACE. ^rrr ti? KoBKRT DK BRUCE COUNCIL, K.H.. will meet in special conclave at the catbe the Scottish Rite on FRIDAY, ?kl instant. at i p.m.. for the purpoaeof receiv.nr propositions and balloting-for candidates. Work, "let detrree. By order of the commander. !*!?-'--t* A. H. HOLT, 32denee, Recorder. fc"^a,Brii.nERH' exchange. A ?i'<" ia] meeting of the Etchanre will he held FRIDAY. Jan. 151. at 7:30 p.in. Afull attend ance desired, as business of special importance will be presented for consideration. Br order of the iTcsldent. CHAS. A. LANGLEY. THOS. J. KINO. Secy. Ja-Jj-Jt' ?-^SsSl'lKlTUALISM - WoNN'8 HALL, 7^1 ?-^2rtail St.. FRIDAY NIGHT. Mian Murine Gaule of Baltimore, wonderful teat medium. burin* the day Friday private eittinn* at Mr*. CABELL'S? 110Udst.se. JaJ'J-'Jtll at-^_i?WANTED-?'JO,000 FOB THREE YEARS. at 0 per cent. se> ured on business property worth, *t low estimate. ?40.IU0, under annual r'ntsl t'-'.tHO. HEISEELL A M'LERAN. 1008 F St. Ja^j-'Jt STORAGE WAKEHOUSB. AMERICAN SECURITY AND TRUST COMPANY, Telephone, 4tS?. 1140 LHh at. n,w. BUILDING ABSOLUTELY FIREPROOF. Safe Storara for Furniture. 811ver Ware. Piano*, works of Art. I aintinca, Carriatfea, Wine*. Trunkauf ValuaOi**. Clotliimr. fee. Furniture, China, Ac., packed, mov?d and ahipped. Ja??-.'tai ?-^S?(Wr) FOR SALE-E 8T. BET. 3D AND ?v^ST^ 41'H N.E. ; ?4..V?. VERY PLEASANT 7-HOOM BRICK HOUSE. LOT 1H FT. FRONT BY 100 IT. DEPTH. House and cellar in eiu*ellent condition, do** to two or three lines of stTeet mra. Every c?.mfort and convenience. Can be boujrht on easy terms. Good caah payment and monthly. WILL BE EXCHANGED FOB DESIRABLY LO CATED Ml'. PLEASANT PROPERTY. J. B. WIMElt, U^'l-.itj 008 13th *t FOR RENT Tlie 3d, 4th, .Vh and flth floor* of the bulldimr to be erected on tb* northwest corner of 11th and P ata.; floors will be arranged to suit tenants. J. T. DYER. J*21-3? 1304 F at. n.w. ^-^i.PElltiONS IN SEARCH OF AN AT tractlve home, of not over ten rooma, ahould look at thoea three new dwelling* corner of 21m and Fata, that I can sail at * k>w price and oa easy term*. JOHN T. ARMS, 1*21-M 810 F*t. n.w. JANUARY HAVING HOLD OCT TO "" ?njaniin my interest in tits real estate a sursnce business oi my branch oOoe at SIS F *1., I' have no lunber connection with ssid otto*. JNO. A. FRESOOTT. I will continue In my own name the real estate and jauratte businaaa hrratotoi* oondi u.auwrsr for Mr. John A. Presrott, at A share of tb* rental and insurance buaiueee of my lriemlaaad twatnas* acquaintances is resi-ectfuily so il lied. FREDERICK benjamin; laL'l-4t Ralston building-. QUI F at. n. w. ?_?S.BPRTT 4 T.. i>r. W. Merrill has moved his dental office to 110 11th ft. n.w. Ja^O-lm* fc^^^WAHHINGTON. D. C.. JAN. 20. 189!. ?CSk Notice. Tliia is to Inform the public that ihomas w. Prii-e is no lonjter in our employ. P. B. DLNN. 212 10thj?t. n. w._ fel-at* CLEVELAND PATENT IJiWN lence. tubular iron end steel ribbon combi nation. This lence in low-priced, very durable and hijrniy ornameiital. fehowstne entire lawn and hides nothing, fcend lor circulars and prices. ROBERT B. CAVEKLY. hole A*ent, )a20-7t 14^4 New York ave.. Washington, i>. C. *e h PBOPEBTY OWNERS. e have a number of applications for small bouses for investment. Persons or corporations havimr jToperty in value from (1.0UU to *4.0U0 will do well to place it in our for the sprimr market. *e give i-ersonal attention and liberal advsr tieimr tree of charge. tteiul postal and uieniber of brm will call. BARNES * WEAVER, K20-1M 029 F ST. ,ALL PERSONS HAVING GOODS ON DE poait with . . II. K. FULTON (the only licensed pawnbroker) upon which interest is due twelve months or more are hereby notified to re deem the saujt or i ay up the interest betore FEBRU AMk :ii 18M1, ur the *uoda will be ao d at auction. jalW-iat- H. K. Fl'LTON. ROYAL ntut 1XSCRASC* COMPANl op li vkotool. msglahd. Rents Insured. HILL * JOHNSTON. AGKNT8, JaM'la 1508 Penna. ave. n.w. WHO IS YOUR LAUNDRYMAN? T <8nccesa. r ty I)eit?r) STEAM LAINDR1. 401 to putiitt. n.w. ljuick work without extra cuatve. 1 ry our piau. A postal iruni yon will btin? one ol our varona to your door. J*3-Uu , NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN THAT A iiieetin* of the stockboldAra ut the United ?tataa Oapttoi l.ile Insurance CompaiV, parauuut to a petition and order tliervlor, will be hiUd at the home oOoe of said company. No. TO Atlantic building. Wash ington. D.C., on the SECOND DAY Ot FEBRUARY, 1MN1, to dimiman the amount of the capital sux\k of said com|muy and take such action in reference thereto as is by law required and to trausact ?uchotner Luaineaa as may be lawfully and properly brought be tore such meeting. Dated Waahinaton. D. C.. January 2* 1801. D. B. LESTER. ) ^8BAb?iikJTra~ DURWAKD B. LESTER. Preaident. JNO. B. SAY HE. Secretary. CARPENTERS, ATTENTION. Until further notice w* will aail DISSTON'S NO. 7 HAND SAWS, 26-IN *1.40 no. ne ?? ?? wj-is i.w OUR NEW B. ft K. ?? ?? 26-IN 1.00 BAILEY'S WOOD SMOOTH PLANES, KO. M4. 1.10 JACK ?? NO.-Jt 1.S5 JORE ?? KO. i*. l.oO DOUBLE IRON SMOOTH " U) JACK ?? 00 Socket Firmer Cblaela la aata of IS. bandied and abarpened, per set S4.Z3 Awter Bits in sets. H inch to 1 inch. In bard woodbusea, pat set ?3.25 ?OLID STEEL HALF HATCHETS, No. S M And all uther too is at lomapoudin^ly low prto**. W*ru*nnta*?v*ry tool we aail. BARBER ft BOSS, 11TB AMD O STB. N.W. Op*a Satwrday* until B o'clock p.ak alO-ZXm ,DR... SAMUEL 1. SCOTT. DENTIST. oai-lm WM. BRUCE OKAY. ARCHITECT. hM if iai*< U*oflk**jo the . aretavt^fto^^"1 - U-4W le t?7~ SPECIAL NOTICES. grr^=?*ASHlNOTON HEBREW CONGitEGA H02? tion.? Service this evening at 7.30. with lecture by Rev. L. Sterh. Subject, "The Messianic Men." All are welcome. It O. O. F.-A SPECIAL MEETING OF Friendship Lodge. No. 12, will be held 'i HfS( FRIDAY) EmiNU at 7.30 o'c'<*K to make arrangements for the luneral of our late brother, Alex ander Garden. [It J E. T. PETTENtilLl . J*, s. ^.^^MASONIC-WASHINGTON CENTENNIAL POS? L(idw, No. 14, F. A. A. M.. will ?Oid a special meetimr MONDAY, 2lJth instant, at 7 p.m. Work, third degree. By order ol the W. M. It EMMETT C. ELMORE. Secretary. j^^5^ANACOs?i lA ACX..W. C. T. L.-UoN. E. 9s3 A. Morse of Massachusetts will speak in the M. E. Church at 3 p.m. SUNDAY*. Give nim a lull house and show your interest in temperance cause. 4 "V>f jJ-\^5?SPIIUTU AIJKM - Grand Army Hall, 1412 Penna. are. Every Sunday ? Lyceum. 10 a.m.; lecture. 11:30 a.m. and 7:-*K) p.m. Mrs. Nellie J. T. Rrirhaui of the New York .society for January. Subject, morn.n service: "The Li*tits and Shadows ot *1*diuntshi|<. Eveniiur. "The Ho|>eof the World." Last opportunity this season to hear this iriited inspirational speaker nnd improviaiitru'e. Question* inviud in connexion with altove and subjects for poems solicited. KM-ent door collection. DEBATE~WILL~ BE^HETd AT THE rooms of the Tnymore Club, 910 F st. n.w.. SATURDAY EVENING at. S p.m. Members cordially invited. By order of Ja23-2t BOARD OF MANAGERS. A QUICK BALE. If we make a quick sale of 943 Westminster st. we can let it iro for $7,000. This is the best house in the block?9 rooms,tower bay window, cellar, electric lighting- and every modern con venience ; has never been occupied. The op portunity open only until tomorrow evening. B. H. WARNER k CO., It 916 F st. rnw. CHEAP F STREET DWELLINGS. "jfos. 502 and 504 F st. n.e., three-story brick dwellings; six rooms and bath; all mod. imps.; lots 15x65to 10-foot alley; always rented at $18.50 per month each. Terms to suit. Price, $2,750 each. 8W0RMSTEDT k BRADLEY, It 927 F st. n.w. ORDERS FOR SHIRTS CONTINUE TO be placed as freely as at present one of two courses we will be compelled to pursue? aoain double our forces and move into larger quarters or keep our customers waiting an unusually ion r time. But do not fear?operators are en*ra*red?and more commo dious quarters are being prepared, so place your or ders now, so your Shirts will be ready when needed. PHILIP tTHALL. Washington Shirt Maker, 90s F st. n. w. N. B.?Our Factory an established j'oct?not an ex periment. Ja21-lin THE P08ITIY* ADVANTAGE Of a good location is recognized by all real estate investors. Attention is called to property of this pharacteron the south side of I st. l>etween ISth and liJth sts. The frontage is 4S feet and the depth 144* feet to a 20-foot alley. Price $3.50 per foot. THOS. J. FISHER H CO.. It 1324 F st. n.w. MEN'S HANDKERCHIEFS. A novelty in Linen Handkerchiefs has a quarter-inch hem with a neat fancy border. The latest in White has a rolled edge. 8. 8. k J. E. ROSENTHAL, Men's Furnishings, Hats, One price. [JaS-3m] 032 7*. ,DR. J. BABTLETT HILLS. DENTIST. ? Artificial teeth inserted immediately alter extraction of teette and special attention given to cor recting children's teeth. UU1 F st. n.w. dl0-2m* 83?^ 18 $100 AMD 0 101. i a Plain Mack Cheviot SoikCoat and it. sinrle breasted, A12 per suit. tfiOl?the same material; style of Coat, double-breasted sack, with dvub e-oreusted \ est to match. $111.50 per suit. The goods in the above lots are all wool?pot the % finest, but a coarse wool, that wiil wear well. Money can't be made to go farther than in purchase of these suits GEORGE 8PRANST. ONE-PRICK CLOTHIER. *23 434 7th st. n.w. aSPECIAL FACILITIES Require special preparation and furnish special advantages. A successful experience of over fifteen years in managing prop erty has furnished us with facil ities and advantages unsurpassed by any firm anywhere. Your examination invited. B. H. WARNER k CO., Property Managers, lft 916 F st. n.w. IN THE SUPREME COURT OF PENN SYLVANIA, EASTERN DISTRICT. In the matter of the account of the Girard Life Insur ance Annuity and Trust Company, custodian and receiver of the fund iu the case of Hopkins k Jack son, executors of T. K. Delany. decease, vs. David Moore and Daniel S. Delany, surviving assiguees of James Moore. No. 82. March term, 1814. The auditor appointed by the supreme court of Penn sylvania to report a scheme of distribution of the bal ance ol a certain fund raised in tlie above cause in the hands of the Girard Life Insurance Annuity and 'lrust Company, as custodian and receiver, will meet the parties interested tor the purposes of his appointment on Inday, tne 13th day of March, A. D. 1*91. at 11 o'clock a.m., at his office, No. 213 South <>th St., Philadelphia, when and where all parties interested are required to make and prove their claims or be de barred troin coming in upon said lund. SUSSEX D. DAVIS. Auditor. NOTE.?The above notice is intended to reach the heirs or legsl representatives of the said Jnines Moore, now deceased, who was for some time s resident of the city of Philadelphia.tPs.. and who about the year 1800 removed to Jamestown, James City county, Va. Ja23-taw<it* T^gThe neat her is likely to be fair; south ' westerly winds; stationary temperature. IT 18 SETTLED NOW beyond dispute that our Gsng-sswed Lumber is the best ever sold in Washington. Why. the first word people say is?Let me see that gam*-sawed lumber everybody is talk ing about, and when they see it they, too, are convinced. Ask for it and insist upon having it wherever you buy, and remember the price to only $1.15 PER 100 FEET. LLBBEY. B1TTINGER k BUILDING MATERIAL, Ja23 6th st. and New York a vs. EXTEN8I0N-FRONT BROUGHAM. It is hsrdly our line to advsrtias "bargains** or 'great reductions," but st our Connecticut ave. show rooms we hsve sn Extension-front Brougham erf our own make, lined with blue morocco and ek>th, bevel plate glass, rubber heed springs, col Huge a lies in short a model vehicle, guaranteed In all respects. Last winter we made four of thess. Three were sold at once; this one remained on hand. The price haa been $1,200. *e now offer It for $1/75. ANDREW J. JOYCE'S SONS, dae-lm 1088 and 1030 Conn, ave* ECST^ buiwnor Ml Wiar Oyster, hol<l I y JOHN KAI8EB, 1314 Mitt.. fc-^aiaNDLOBDS. ATTENTION! Ublionli with mpty hnn? .hoald ptar. tliwu witu a., w.ai, turuaar inrioodia ants every day. III!?><!? to tUM. nftidn, k., In. ut cbuc*. BAUiU * WUTU, eaom. *.w. SXSOX a. AMUR. sn ua a.k.w. Washington News and Gossip. Index to Advertisements. AMUSEMENTS. Pa*** ATTORNEYS Pm? 2 AUCTION SALES Parefl BICTCLES Pass 7 BOARDING Fa*? 2 BUSINGS CHANCES Pm<r? 2 CITY ITEMS Pairs S COUNTRY HEAL ESTATE P*? 2 DEATHS Pair* 5 DENTISTRY Pans 7 EDUCATIONAL 7 EXCURSIONS, <? Pa*s 8 FAMILY SUPPLIES Pass 7 FINANCIAL hnl FOR RENT (Flats) p*r? 2 FOIi RENT (Mix ?llan*on?) Pairs 2 FOB BENT (Offlm) Pa*s 2 FOR KENT (Hoon.s) Pas* 2 FOB RENT (Stables) P?w*2 FOlt RENT istores) Ps** 2 FOR RENT (Houses) Pas* 2 FOR SALE (Houses) Ps*? 2 FOR SALE (Lots) Pmirs 3 FOR SALE (Miscellaneous) Pas* 2 GENTLEMEN'S GOODS Pa** 7 HOTELS Pa??8 LADIES' GOODS Pk? 7 LECTUBES Pairs 8 LOCAL MENTION Pairs 8 LOST AND FOUND Pairs 2 MANICURE Pairs 7 MARRIAGES Pairs 3 MEDICAL Psm?7 MISCELLANEOUS Pa** 5 MONEY TO LOAN Pair* 2 NEW PUBLICATIONS P?* 8 NOTARIES PUBLIC Pairs 7 OCEAN STEAMERS Paws 7 POTOMAC IlIVEK BOATS Paire7 PIANOS AND ORGANS rs?*7 PERSONAL Pairs 2 PBINTERB Pairs 7 PROFESSIONAL Pair* 7 PROPOSALS P*?? 0 RAILROADS Pair* 7 SPECIALTIES Par* 7 SUBURBAN PROPERTY Pa?s 2 WANTED (Help) Pair* 2 WAN TED (Houses) Pane 2 WANTED (Booms) Pair* 2 WANTED (Munitions) Pair* 2 WANTED (Miscsllaneous) Paws 2 WINTER RESORTS Pairs S WOOD AND COAL P?ffS 2 Government Receipts Today. ?Internal reve nue, $43*2,689; customs, 9963,127. Bonds Redeemed.?The amount of per cent bonds redeemed yesterday ni $49,000, making the total to date $8,908,100. New Bane.?The controller of the currency has authorized the Northwestern National Bank of Sioux City. Iowa, to begin business with a capital of $100,000. Duty on Postal Cards.?The Treasury De partment has informed a correspondent that imported Canadian postal cards are dutiable at the rate of 26 per cent ad valorem as printed matter. Pensions fob District People.?Pensions have been granted to residents of the District of Columbins as follows: Original invalid, Frank Y. Commagere and Myron A. Eldridge; in crease, James M. Etter. Payment on the Observatory.?The Secre tary of the Navy has approved the application of Contractor McLaughlin for the nineteenth pavment on the new naval observatory, amount ing to $11,542.91. Arrested fob Robbino the Mails.?The Post Office Department is informed of the ar rest of E. Wade, s night watchman at the Erie (Pa.) post office, upon a charge of stealing val uable letters. Reward fob Train Robrebs.?The Post Office Department has offered a reward of $1,000 each for the apprehension of the fifteen bandits who recently robbed a train on the railroad between Brownsville and Isabell, Tex. Fourth-Clash Postmasters Appointed.? Fourth-class postmasters were yesterday ap pointed as follows: W. F. Shaver, Almond, Va.; T. B. Thompson. Uailey.Va.; W J. Phipps, Fox, Va.: Lucy C. ltobinson, Rawley Springs, Va.; Mattie E. Cos, Saddle, Va. Heavy Naval Disbursements.?The Secre tary of the Navy yesterday ordered the follow ing payments on account of naval vessels now in course of construction: To the Bath iron works, $14,332 each on gunboats 5 and 6, being the second payment: to the Union iron works of San Francisco, tirst payment of $53,880 on cruiser No. 6. and to Cramp A Sons, fourth favment of *89,560 on armored cruiser No. 2. nown us the New York. He also made the nineteenth navment of $11,543 for work on the new naval observatory. Ordered to Panama.?Orders were issued by the Navy Department yesterday for the U. S. 8. Omaha, flagship of the Asiatic station, last reported at Shanghai, to proceed to Pan ama with a view of reaching there in March. The three years' term of the officers and crew of this vessel has about expired and her trip to Panama is for the purpose of receiving a new complement of officers and men. Com modore Ramsav, chief of the bureau of navi gation, said that this is the sole object of the proposed cruise, adding that he did not want it to be attributed to any troubles, present or prospective, on the Isthmus or vicinity. Caft. W. 8. Schley, commanding the U.B.8. Baltimore, is in the city on a leave of absence from his vessel, which is now at moorings in the harbor of Villafranche, France. He came home to attend the marriage of his daughter, which occurred in Baltimore yesterday. He will stay here for two or three days, and will suil from New York on the 31st. He says that his ship is in a first-class condition, and that everything has gone well on the present cruise. His crew is being given plenty of land exercise through the courtesy of the French authorities, but be cunnot find a sufficiently long range for the target practice he ought to have. Natal Orders.?Commander O. A. Batchel lor has been detached from special duty con nected with the Concord, February 9, and or dered to command that vessel February 10. Lieut. Commander E. P. Wood, Chief Engineer R. B. Hine and Passed Assistant Engineer E. R. Freeman, ordered to duty on the Concord. Lieut. J. B. Briggs, detached from the bureau of equipment and ordered to the Concord Feb ruary 10. Lieut. C. F. Emmerich, detached from duty at Pittsburg and ordered to duty under the steel inspection board at Washington. Lieut. Lucien Young, from duty in the Navy Depart ment and ordered to the Boston March 4. Pay master James A. Ring, from present duties February 9 and ordered to the Concord. Coinage Commissioners.?The following have been appointed by the President as com missioners to test the coinage of the mints for the calendar year 1890: Hon. Nelson W. Al drich, committee on finance. United States beuate; Hon. Ihomas H. Carter, committee on coinage, weights and measures, House of Rep resentatives: Dr. It A. Gould, Cambridge, Mass.; Cabell Whitehead, assayer, Virginia; Nelson F. Evans, Philadelphia, Pa.; Frank A. Leach, Oakland, Cal.; G. R. Metten, Helena, Mont.; Prof. John H. Appleton, l'roviilence, R. I.; C. W. Moore, Boise City, Idaho; E. 8. Willcox, Peoria, 111.; Irwin tiheppard, Winona, Minn.; H. W. Cannon, New York, N. Chas. Parsons, St. Louis, Mo.; J. M. Bailey, jr., Sioax Falls, 8. D.; W. D. Ewing, Evansrille, Ind.; Chas. W. Parvey, Springfield, 111. Ixcebasb or Internal Revenue.?The total collections of internal revenue during the first six months of the fiscal year ending Jane 88, 1891, were $75,697,144. an exeess $4,619,662 as compared with the eoUeetkms daring the corre sponding period of the previous fiscal year. The receipts were as follows: On spirits, $42, 017,419. an increase of *2,852.469; on tobacco, *18,335,268, an iacreaae of $1,970,6S1; on fer mented liquors. $14,799,111, an increase of $1,646,968; on oleomargarine, $412,718, an in crease of $64,977;.on miscellaneous objects, $122,891, an increase of $91,128. There were no receipts from notes at slate banks, Ac., as against $70 la the previous fiscal jeer. The re ceipts far December, 1888, were $1,810,806 IN CONGRESS TODAY. Discussing the Cloture Resolution in the Senate. A TOTE WAITED TOMORROW. Mr. Gorman Objects and De nounces Yesterday's Decision. SLIGHT BREEZE IN THE HOUSE SKNATK. The Senate met at 11 o'clock in continuation of yesterday's session and the Vice President immediately recognized Mr. Cockrell to pro ceed with hi* speech, pending which Mr. Gor man raised the poiut that there was no quorum present. Daring the call Mr. Chandler tN.H.), who ha* been absent for some days, made his appearance in the Senate chamber. ... Only thirty-eight Senator* responded, nut nt 11:10 the requisite number to make a quorum (forty-five) had appeared, (the last being Mr. Aidrich) and busmen* was proceeded with. KB. oobkah OBJECTS. Mr. Morrill asked consent to offer a resolu tion for distributing public documents to agri cultural colleges, but Mr. Gorman said that he was compelled to object to any bubineas what ever except the regular order. Mil. HOAB OH THE PEKDIWO PBOPOMTIOW. Mr. Cockrell thereupon resumed the floor In order to continue his argument against the cloture resolution. He yielded, however, to Mr. Hoar, who said that lie desited to add one idea to what he had said last evening. He re garded the pending proposition. he -aid, as he should if the case had arisen in the Supreme Court of the United State*. There was 110 one who would not recognize the importance of absolute, free and untrarameled discussion 111 that tribunal, and that no member of that court should be curtailed in stating his opinion to his brethren or in suggesting anv modification of any Judgment exacted to i be pronounced. But if it could be conceived of that augnst tribunal that in the caee of nome controversy about to i?aa into Judgment, af fecting the interests of large portions or Uie American people and exciting their feelings, four member* of the nine fhould uni.(rtuie to read opinions alternately day after day, night after night and week after we?k one taking turns with the other?and J'?v ing read all the decisions which had been made since the foundation of the gov ernment, and in that way to prevent the action of the court altogether, or to postpone it until the judgment could cease to be effectual, would any bodv doubt that it would be the duty of that great tribunal to interpose and to adopt Borne rule that would put a limit to the length of opinions, or to the number of arguments that should be made by the minority/ Would anybodv claim that that action would be inconsistent with the fidlest respect for un tramineled freedom of discussion or sugges tion when used in good faith/ It was almost an affront to the name and character of that il lustrious bench even to suppose possible wfiat he had supposed. But that bench was cer tainly no more important, august or illustrious and no higher in constitutional functions Uian the Senate of the United States. KB. COCKBELX. BESUKES HIS BPEECE. Mr. Cockrell again took the floor and re sumed his argument against the cloture rule. The article which he had been reading at the close of his remarks yesterday (Mr. Hoar's in the Youths' Com/?a?i(>n> was. he said, a specific answer to what Mr. Hoar said yesterday, aud also to what he said this morning; aud he asked that the Senate should ha\e it printed as a separate document, in order that it might be treasured up by Senators with other valuable documents and transmitted to their children. He went 011 to read and comment upon sen tences in the article. As to one of them he said that no severer condemnation of tlie gag rule of the House had ever been pronounced. As to another of them, reading "Hie process of change is slow and is meant to be slow, Mr. Cockrell said that he wished the Senator from Rhode island (Mr. Aidrich) to heed that in his reckless efforts to trample under loot the par liamentary usage of the Senate which had pre vailed through the past century Another sentence which Mr. Cockrell read with em phatic commendation wiw this: If any citi iens be disposed to feel im;>atient under this restraint of the will of the majority let them remember that it was in that way that our fathers laid the foundations of this govern ment below the frost." COKKEKPED TO MB. HOiB'S FBiTEBJTT. OOSSID EBATION. He commended that sentence to the prayer ful consideration of the distinguished Senator from Massachusetts in his wild and reckless im patience to do the thing proposed. That Sena tor had put forward this Senator from lthode Island to trample under foot every sentiment aud thought contained in that great article. He (Mr Cockrell) almost felt humiliated at the position of the Senator from lUiode Island in bringing forward his resolution, which he must have done without the advice or approbation of the Senator from Massachusetts. He also ex oressed hi-astonishment at Mr.Hoar sstatement yesterday (in reply to Mr. Harris) that the pro mised rule contained a provision for offering amendments to a pending measure; because that statement showed that the Senator from Massachusetts was pressing a rule, the contents of which he did not know, and that rule was to be Keed-ed, Lodge-d. Uavenport-ed and Hoar-ed through the Senate. Just as measures had been through the other house, without consideration, without deliberation and without any knowl edge of what they were. Mr. Cockrell went on to criticise the pro posed rule, pointing out particularly that the demand for closing debate required to be sec onded by "a majority of the Senators present, instead of by "a majority of the Senate, so that he said, if there were but three Senators present two of them could enforce the gag law. KB. EDJTCSDB EXPLAWS. Mr. Edmunds explained that the same locu tion was to be found in the Constitution, but that it was to be taken with the constitutional provision requiring a majority of either house to transact business. . , Mr. Cockrell?Then your understanding u that If such a. demand be seconded by a majority of the Senators present it must be a "^r^B^dmund*-?Undoubtedly. Just as clear as words can make It, taking in view the Con stitution and the rsst of the rule. Mr. Cockrell appeared satisfied with Mr. Edmunds' assurance, but said that he saw In the phrase used evidence of the Senator s hand writing in drawing up the proposed rule. Mr Edmunds thought that very strange, because Mr. Cockrell oould not read his hand W llr!>$ryee*preesed his belief that amend ments would undoubtedly be offered to the pro mle allowing the consideration of all amendments to a measure of which notice would have been given. Kf Cockrell.?If such amendments are to be made to the proposed rule, why are they not pending now, so that Senators may have an op portunity of discussing them? jOBKEm PREVIOUS yUESTIOS DEBATES. Mr. Cockrell in support of his position read from reports of congressional proceedings in the past, particularly from the debate on Mr. Clay's previous-question rule lnlMt,and,, com menting en one oTWs extracts, applied It to the present situation. Be invited republics Senators to torn their attention to matters of public necessity, and said that <texn?cr?ttc Sen ators would be as brief as possible fa> discussing them, but If republican Senators insisted ob the elections bill?a merely partisan mes not indorsed by half of tkefr own party ocratio Senators would discuss it, and entitled to discass it, In all its nasi*: and they had done nothing else. He ? ?OIL IBHI VU ?? ? as s . ? - ? ? that Mr. Douglas had not a folk Mr. Cockrell?That waa the last of that revolution. Win* a tots tomossow. Mr. Cockrell. having yielded the floor at the request of Mr. Teller, the Utter inquired of Mr. Aldrich how long a time be proposed to i allow for dehaie on the closure resolution, re- I marking that it wan rumored that some arbi- I trarv meant in the aha:,* of a coup d'etat srere I to be resorted to for a decision of the question. , Mr. Aldrich took for granted, he said. that there could be no closing of debate except by 1 the action of the Senate itaelf. and he asked unanimous conaent that the vote ahouid be taken on the resolution and amendments at 6 5 o'clock tomorrow. vs. <K>BMA* osjecteb. Mr. Gorman objected and declared that the atep taken by the Senate yesterday was one which had overturned the whole history of the Senate, and that the decision of the presiding officer and the vote of the majority were in di rect opposition to every rule of the Senate and of the general parliamentary law. lie thought that the asking for unanimous conaent waa proposed, and he was delighted that the Senator from Rhode Island had re sorted to that proper and orderly method rather than depend U|>on the i|<ee dint of a presiding officer, whose reputation for intelli gence and fairness a* a presiding officer was yet to be made. He predicted that the time would come when the precedent set in the case of Andrew Jack son would be follosred in the Senate, and when a deep black line would be drawn around the Journal of veaterday'a proceedings. After this episode >Ir. Cockrell proceeded with hi* argument against the proposed rule. HOI -K. The Journal having been read in its usnal form, Mr. Breckinridge of Arkansas objected to its approval until the remaining portion (rela tive to the reference of bills. Ac..i was read. The S}>eaker requested the gentleman to spec ify what portion of the journal he desired to have reported. Mr. Breckinridge replied that it was not nec essary for liim to enumerate. He called for the reading of the journal, which the chair admitted had not been read in full. The Speaker said that the chair had not ad mitted or denied that the journal had not been . read in full. If the gentleman would state what portion had not been read the chair would 1 rule on the question. Mr. I?reckit>ridge- That portion of the jonr nai relative to the reference of resolutions has not been read. rbe Speaker?It is not customary to read it unless a member reqnests the reading. Mr. Breckinridge?And a member does re quest it. The Speaker - Does the gentleman request that this be read^ Mr. Breckinridge?I do. The Speaker?1 hen the elerk will read. The journal having been read a few moments were consumed by Mr. Breckinridge of Arkan sas in calling attention to what he claimed to be errors am) omissions in the journal in re spect to the reference of petitions; but this matter being ratMacVnrily settled the journal waa approved without further question. THE Itlt'M INVESTIGATION. Mr. Cooper (Ind. J, rising to a question of privilege, sent to the clerk a desk and had read a resolution offered by him on September 4 last, making certain charges against the com missioner of pensions, and asking for a broadening of tue investigation of that official. This resolution had been referred to the select committee examining previous charges, and on the 11th of Septembe r the chairman of that committee (Mr. Morrill of Kansas > had been directed to report the resolution, but he had never performed that duty. He (Mr. Cooper; therefore offered a resolu tion directing the investigating committee to report the resolution. Mr. Mckinley of Ohio raised the point of or der that the question presented was not a privileged one. MB. ooorxm TOLD TO SIT I>OW?. Mr. Cooper went on to address himself to the point of order( interspersing his remarks with certain reflections bearing on the merits of the resolution. Several times be was interrupted by republicans on the ground that be was not addressing himself to the point of order. The S|>eskcr called Mr. Cooper to order ou a few occasions and finally directed the gentleman to resume his seat. Mr. Cooper?1 hare not trangressed the rules of the House. The Speaker- The chair calls the gentleman to order and asks him to resume his seat under the rules of the House. Mr. Cooper, courteously (though with some hesitation) complied with this request, and the Speaker recognized Mr. Morrill (Kans. >, but Mr. Blnnd (Mo.) was ou his feet, demanding the reading of tne rule under which the gentleman from Indiana was required to resume his seat. The rule was reiwl. MR. BLAND MOVER THAT MR. COOPEB PBOCEED. Mr. Bland (acting under one of the para graphs of the rule.) moved that the gentleman from Indiana be permitted to proceed. Mr. Breckinridge (Ky.) suggested that the Speaker hail the right to stop debate upon any point of order wht n he so desired. The Speaker said that he had endeavored in every way to induce the gentleman from In diana to address the chair on the point of order. The chair had not exercised the power of saying that be would bear no further dis cussion on that )H>int, because the chair waa readv to hear anything said in order. But the gentleman from ludiana had proceeded oat of order. Mr. Bland's motion was lost?yeas 117, navi 143. The Sneaker then ruled that the resolution offered by Mr. Cooper was a privileged one, and overruled the point of order against it. Admtkal Jorrrr is (till confined to his rooms at 1349 L street with a sprained foot J ankle, though he is improving. A Censcs OmoE Pbomotios.?Mr. Howard Sutherland of Missouri has been promoted from a clerk of class four (at *1.H00 per annum) to chief of division, at t'2.000 per annum, in the census office, to take effect on February 1, low. Commerce or the Lakes.?The Secretary of the Treasury has employed Mr. C H. Beep of Buffalo, N.Y., to collect and publish data in re gard to the magnitude and character of the coastwise commerce of the groat lakes and customs officers have been instructed to give him their earnest oo-operation in the prosecu tion of this work. To Sbctbx Chwobiott.?In order to secure uniformity of practice at the several ports Assistant Secretary Spaulding ha* directed customs officer* to claaaify froaen fresh herring under the provision for ?'fish ? ? ? froaen, packed in ice or otherwise prepared for pres ervation," leaving importers the remedy of protest and appeal. The Fibst Complete Repoet of the eleventh census was issued from the census office today. It is the report in "the marble quarrying indus try.'' by Dr. William C. Day, a synopsis of which has been printed in Tn Stab. This re port will form a part of the census volume oa mines and mining, which will be the first vol ume to be issued. Superintendent Puttei as pects to have this volume ready to bo issnsrl in March next. Population or was issued today by the population of ties, cities, towns and of the state is gism a* 86.57 per cant. Then and towns in ths of 8,000 ai W a sm ashed to provide for mm force of the Indiai riooer Morgan, in making this racomm?*a tion. states that since 1M? there baa beaa an eeisedby thiaoAaeoftt percent He at* thai ths work of the office ha* beoone eo heavy that it is impossible to transact it with the force now employed. Tba cnaimiseiiiast asks that etarfaodtfedUriDL **?W-"*"""1 BELGIUM'S HEIR DEAD The Mystery Surrounding the Event Creates Many Rumors. CHILIAN INSURGENTS IN CONTROL. A Grand Customs Union of British Possessions Planned. STOCKS ARE DULL AND HKAYY DEATH OP A KO\AL BUI. Sddni Dmlw of IT4m Itewkwl* ml M? (In This Mormaf. BirntiA Jan. JS?Oml rinMmt swd couknutioo bu tori ranw4 by Uir h nounrfurnt of Ihr death M Prince Budnain, M|ihe? of King Uiipokl and heir to Dm throne, which onarml >11 o'clock this morn in?. The tlhfnl cause of death m bron chitis. bat a* it ktJ not t* i known that the prince ra ill the raJiirn announcement of Lis death givw rise to painful rumor*. Intern* excitement prevails in ltri.aecl? and throagh ont the province* Crowd* of people are ]?redn.e the *treeU or gathered in knot* at street eorntf* eagerly tlist'imaing the situation On all side* the warmest niimnon* of sympathy with the royal family in their fresh trial are heard. Prince lUndonm's popularity and brilliant talent* and the bright hope* centered by the Belgian* on his fnturw career makt them feel the prince ? taaa in the kwnwt manner possible Ibe new* of the prince * death wa* aill,held from hi* Mater, the lYinco** Henrietta, a beautiful girl about twenty year* of age. and who la dangerously aick from inflammation of the lunga The palace of the Count of Flanders, a here the prince** reside*, i* surrounded by a strong force of police, who are dnui| their utmnet W prevent the unusual noiae m the atreeu from alarming the prince**. a crnur.KT tnii'R. The excitement created by the annnnww of the prince's sudden death is fed by the Alarming rumor* already in circulation as to the cauae of the unexpected cataatropha. On* theae rumor*, which Kaiua the attentive ear of the public, hint* that wben the mystery now surrounding the affair i* tlis|? lied it will be found to be. in circumstance* and details, almost a repetition of the tragedy which re cently culminated in Austria with tlx death of Archduke Budolph and the yoiuig Baroness Vetcera. Attention ia directed to the fact that a Qer m:in governess was recently aid under peculiar circainstances dismissed from ber place st the court ol Brussels. It lesam that Una woman had been engaged in an intrigue with lYince Baudouin, which resulted in the birth of a child. The official notice of the death gives a hemorrhage aa the cauae and elates lb*I the prince had been suffering from a chill, result lug from prolonged attendance at the bodaule of hi ft sister Henrietta, who has been crit tally ill. Shu has not bet n allowed to learn of her brother s death for fear the new* soukl aunt a latal termination of her illness. the etioogasios. The prince's de ath leave* lYiuce Albert heir to the throne. He is a brother to the laM l^i incc liaudouin, and wa* btirn April 8, 1*75. ]*rince Baudouin I-coold Philiptie Mane Charles Antione Joseph Louis was the son of the Count of Flanders, brother of King licopuid. Prince Baudouin wa* borh in this city tin June S. Ml*. He was a captain of Belgian carbi neers and a captain of Prussian cavalry. being attached to the second regiment of liatiovanaa dragoons. THE I>M IM.I.M* IN COKTllOU All the Hilitary ia Chill WIU I-resident Ha.liuaee.la Keaigwa. L"TOo?, Jai. H.-A dispatch fro Avres states that information ha* been renewed from Chili that Valparaiso, Guayquil and Ilea continue in a state of liluckatle. lb* dinpatrh adds that the inaurgeuts are masters of the situ ation. They have seued Tapapaca and hatre sacketl all the stores containing or supposed to contain arm* and ammunition in Valparaiso. 1 be insurgent* will consent to aiioe the part of Valparaiso to be reopened V> miuMrc* prw vided the foreign consul* maintain a nesMnal attitude. 1 he general opinion throughout Ikik. ac cording to "the a/trices nsriwd at 1>M? Avres. seem* to be that utiles* President Hslma ceda promptly resign* the a hole of the mili tary force* of Chill will rue in revolt against hi* authority. It is added that foreigners re siding in Chili are safe from molestation, ex cept the Italian residents, who are accused by the Haluiacetla party of having ofienly and secretly encouraged the revolutionists. THE JAMAICA HCOMTIOI. An Alleged Scheme to Create a Urand British Customs I Bios. Lokdou, Jan. 33.?The coming Jamaica ex* position is to be made, if England can make it, a strictly British sff-ir. l'rince George of Wales is now on his way to open the ex|>oattkm with great eclat and a grand display of loyalty. The chagrin of the l uited Stab * at the faiinrs of the British to extend an unqualified invita tion to American exhibitors eidles anitiseni. nt here, where the motive I* wellunderstotsl. 1 ab ada, Jamaica and the remainder of Great Brit ain's colonies in North, Central and South America are to be united in one grand custom* anion, buying from each other such products as they require ai.d giving the rest of tLe world the go-by. The scheme takes in everything British on the American contuieut or geograph ically connected with it. (rmCKH DILL AMD HEAVT. | The El uet oat ions Small and the l>i allags Without Keal u re. New Yoke, Jan. 23.?The stock market opened with the moat intense dullness this morning, bat later marked development oc curred in Richmond Terminal, Chicago gas and Atchison and other grangers. This activ ity however, was accomplished at the expenaa of quotations, and lo-ses of large fractions were sustained in all the leading stocks. (Micago Cwas a noted exception to this rule, sever, and in the early de alings it roae 1^, per cent after opening down Jf. This improvement wa* afterward nearlv all lost, the stock going back to last night s price. Burlington and Quacjr lost |?r newt, Ickmi Pacific and others smaller fractions. The general list, aa usual, was extremely dull aud uninteresting, the fluctuations being scarcely perceptible and the dealing* entirely without feature of any kind. Toward the end of the hour the activity diaap|ier red from the leaders, and at 11 o clock the market was dull aM steady, generally at soiuetiiiug under the i ing prices. Money is eaay at 2aS per cent. The i market showed less animation after 11 o'clock, but the downward movement made further progress aud small fraction* were lost all aluog the line. No movement of special importance took place, however, and tne dealings wwra devoid of feature, the market at noon being dull and heavy at fractional losses from the opening prioue. opened at 103V high lowest sale, 1M; last sale. Ml*. In., Jan. St.?Ai died yastsrdsj. aged ninety-two. 1 of the Aral settlers in northern prominent snd widely known citisen of the ftrst newspaper publisher* Wabash valley, having with. Alexander July, ISM, sstablisheJ the Peru " " i Drives rresA 1U Oul, Jan ?. from Milton that the < of town Wednesday night by a i dred men wwat to the Chine w m'iwOnI ?b sleepand Ma 11m Ma at Ja ?t Ml Finally tfea nistol wa*foond en Ms. MM Ueved that Judge Warier ?M BMfa M tks ftoot for A am.