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THE WASHINGTON' TIMES, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1894.
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Jlcrcliant Tailor, 635 G St. N. W.
L. E. COLE,
38 11 Street orthwcst. Washington, D. C.
Watches Cleaned, 81.00; Mainsprings, Ql 00.
Watchmaker and Jeweler.
Alanufncturing and repairing of every descrip
tion neatly and promptly done. Clocks called
cr unci delivered. All work guaranteed.
io'se h Hernnann,
THEIR FIGHT WAS A DRAW
Batcman and Kelly Spar Four Rounds
Without a Decision.
OTHER BOUTS WELL CONTESTED
lack of Money Prevented a Finish Fight in
the Star Event of tho Sight Billy Hally
Proved a Winner in His Bout with Moore.
Other Pugilistic Events.
Tho Country Athletic Club gavo an Interest
ing sparring entertainment Inst coning at
tho club headquarter, which was nttended
by scleral hundred Wnhlnton sporU.
There was a great deal of disappointment,
owing to tho failuro of a decision in tho liate-man-Kelly
light, which was tho fcaturo of
tho programme. It seems a certain amount
was Guaranteed the lighters, but it was not
forthcoming, nnd, niter despernto efforts to
m-iko up tho required puiu, a compromise
was ellected, and the men agreed to spar
This was satisfactory, and as pretty a Dsht
as has been seen in the l).slrict was tho out
come. Kolli tho principals showed seienco and
gameness, and Lept the spectators i i n foer
of excitement for tho four round- Kellj ap
peared somowLnt tho heavier, but ljati.ui.iu
held his end up in great shape. Tin rclcreu
was a well-Uiown lota! oiling n.au. a'ld
his decision of a clr.in u? correct, tuoiuh
tlio spectators 'wanti.J a "cltlr.i.ist of tho re
spoctnii abilities of tho men.
Tho managers of tl a club aro icry much to
lilamo for advertising certain i ursn aud nut
m.iVing them good The arena was will
fllltd. there bein oer 203 people present,
and tho failure to bring off the Tain bout of
tho opening to a finish was dcvldodlj unsatis
factory. The bect scrap of tho evening w.is that Lo
twoen Kill Xally, of Washington, aud f"r-J
Jloore, ot Wilmington. Tho latter was tho
pick of tho talent, and for a stmt ll-nci h id
tho best of the light, buttholoc.il man ,ruil
to bo gdino to tho core, ami, after lelu twice
knocked down, rallied and lought l-ix nan
with such good effect that tho ilmington
sluerwas put out in tho second round.
K.illj was knocked down three times, but
neer Iot his n rc.
Dick Haley, a white aspirant for pugil.'-tii-honors,
tried tonialoa light against ouug
lirown, a dusky scrapper, but th litter Rot
the dec.sion after four rounds ol pn-tt still
lighting without much science. Jeisej Jut-cs
stacked up against Dunks, nnd tho latter
prowl himself tho letter man, winning iu
After tho fights tho announcement was ru-id
that an unknown was read to meet Jack
Itolan to a finish for ffWO a sldo. A friend of
JJolan accepted tho offer, anil a match will
probably bo made, to como off in tho near
Results at MjJlson.
St. Loci, Mo , April 11. At JIadion to
day tho weather was cloudy and chill with a
slow track. The talent captured thohvttwo
race, while threowent to w ell-backed third
selections, and one to an outsider.
! lrsr It ice Hre nnd a unlf furlonjrs. J IT
Jleek, 7 to 1, won, caul I 11, s tu 1, second,
Archb!uop, even, third 1 lme 1 ICVi
btroi Itecc hall mile c M c , 4 to 1. won:
Hoscoo T, 10 to 1, second. Austral, otol, third.
Tuiitn Kace KIi furlonrs. Jleeton, C to 1,
won Duke, 9 to 5, second, l)an rnrrelk 5 to 1,
third Time 1:231 1
1-OCPTH ItACF Half mile Republic, fi to 1,
won: April Fool, fi to 1, second; .Morri-sey, 8 to 1,
r 1FTU ItACE Mi furlongs AciUJim, 11 to 3,
won: -Merce, 8 to 1, second; .Madden, U lo t' third.
SIITU ItACE Handicap Seven furlongs. I'.illy
Sunderland, C to 3, w on, llcli-iriub, 7 lo 1, second;
rekin, 2tol,third. Time l-!7Ks
Futriea for to-morrow
First Kace Five furlonpi V T 1 llhs, Tlio
Peacon, Herndcn. Kratkt en, Grnmplon, k nitah,
Traymore, Aondale, 105 each; Dan Kurtz,
lloyd, 110 each.
mcond Hace Nine sixteenths of a mile.
Tanthe, Ki JIapleut. Eunle, ! eich; blr Jim,
I ex, W each; 1 Ucfy, 100; ilitt Fosur, 101; Kack
Clnrlle, Itti; Velox, 103; Deo it, 107
linuf ItlcE Two year old maiden. Three
furlongs iliss Reynolds, Wile bonnet, Juliet,
Hikewood, InSdel, llattlo llcllow, ilncnzinn.
oIcanlc, 103 each; Dr. Work, Dlnwoodie, lob
FotKTn Uace Mx furlonps. llelle of Fermoy,
illss Kitty. John Dunn, 100 each; llallirdme,
Kentucky Ijidv, Martini;, llettio lladcer, M
rich; rrankleD, W; Jack ltichelleu, 100, Oak
Wen.lOSM Joe, ltH
I I1TII Kacf Seven furlongs. Ida. 03; Colonel
. cs. Long Dridge, 00 Livingstone, UrookwofKl,
31y Partner, 101 eah; Hasty. lOi; Jliss'Kitty,
ICt! Jack ltlchihcu. Paradise, 1'eralto, 101 each,
tiXTH Kace ine-siiteenths of a mile ew
Dance ilanoli, 9i ach, The Surgeon. 01; "io
scmite, 103 Jlmmle 1L, Pessie Smith, 101 each;
Fagln, 10S, King S.tar, 1'at Tucker, HO each; tlm
rtascball Contracts and Kclcascs.
Secretary l'oung of tho National Leaguo
jestcrdny announcod the following contracts
With St, Louis n, D Buckley, T J Dowd,
W illlam t.lcison, Jr. Clnrksoii, 1) O Coolej,
anilT W Hy With LouislIle-John Grimm,
and Daniel Ittchard-on With Clee!aud J. (,
Clirkson With Cincinnati II aui.hn, II
Chamberlain. W' E. Hoy. aud Morcin Murphy
A ith lirooklyn M J Griffin, Thomas W torvo
ran, nnd Willnm Kenntsly Wilhloston J E.
Mlvetlsand 1 J Tuck r With llaltim.ire 1!
Inks nnd T. J Bonner With Phlltdi lphla
John A Boyle, Lava Cross, and W' W Hallinau
Uolensed By Npshincton, s W' Wiso aud
W E Hoj; by Baltinion l ltUhardsou.
The Pennsylvania, Connecticut, and Mrginla
state leagues havo applied for lassifled me.n
bershlpunder lho uationil agreement. Class B,
without reservation. Tho follow lug is ft list of
their club members:
irginla liichmond, Manchester, Norfolk,
Petersburg, Hoanjk-, and Staunton.
Pennsylvania Altentoun, Altoom, Easton,
Harrisburg, Hazleton, I'ottsviUe, Beiding, and
Connecticut Xew Haven, Hartfonl, Water
bury, Norfolk, New Britain, and ouo vacancy.
ISrown Defeats Williams.
VTilliamstowv, 3Ias., April II. Brown
Unhcrsit deflated Willnms to-da in a elo-o
se en -inning same, lho scoro was i3ron
10, Williams 9.
Indianapolis 5; .Minneapolis-, 1.
Indian eroijs, April 11. Indianapolis, 5;
OTES rKOAI bLN.VTU AD HOUSE.
Tho AtcOarrahan claim has been ordered fa
vorably reported b tho House Coinmilteo on
Tho Houso Commltteeon Commerce has acreed
to report a bill providing a ret Ired list for onicers
in the revenue marine service who sutler from
disability not the result of any vicious habits.
Senator Chandler yesterday presented in the
Senate an amendment to tho sundry ch II appro
priation bill Intended to bo projiosod by him
making an appropriation of iJOJ 000 for the en
forcement of the immigration and alien contract
An amendment to tho sundry civil bill in
tended to be proposed by Senator Mandersou
was Introduced in the senate jtsterday by him
making an appropriation of K),000 to protect
tho channel of the Missouri river adjacent to
Council Llutls, Iowa, and Omaha, ob
The prospects aro not bright according to opin
ions of prominent Democrats Iu the House that
a voting quorum will be secured to-day to vacate
tho order to arrest absentees. According to one
of the leiders who was questioned it may be
necessary in order to secure a quorum to Tacate
this order to renew tho order itself.
lteprcsentatlveSperrj.of Connecticut, Intro
duced In tho House yesterday a bill to establish
a bureau of Interstate banks, 'ihe bill is a
modification in some imponnnt respects of the
national banking act, and is designed to meet
tjo demand for a local currency In the South
and West by affording a more profitable aud ac
cessible basis of circulation than Lnited States
The Democratic members of the Senato havo
ngreod upon tho rearrangement of committeo
memberships made necosary by Senator Col
quitt's death Senator Has, who stood next to
Senator Colquitt on the Committoo on Post Ofilces
and Post Itoads, will become chairman ot the
committee, and Senator Walsh will bo placed
upon the committee to nil tho vacancy. Senator
W alsh will succeed Senator lias as chairman of
Tho Senate Commltteeon Foreign Relations
had the printing of the Bering sea papers re
cently sent to me &enaio oy tue rrestdent under
consideration yesterday morning, and inciden
tally discussed other phases of the Boring sea
situation. The committee did not order the doc
uments printed, and probably will net do so un
til the point of the notification to scalers is defl
ultely decided, and probably not until it can be
ascertained whether it is possible to obtain a
more satisfactory understanding with England
than now prevails upon this feature ot the
Glimpses of America
Now Eedy for Delivery.
10 Cents-No Coupon.
Wo apologize tor the delay. It
won't happen again.
8tli and Pa. Ave.
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charge, but you'll bo tho loser. W)
CITS la plenty to jay for u 1 lo w hen
it gives you a cnoico of eucb creations
Tbrearo none superlo". In offec's
you 11 net Qua better, oselett txery
Ti. vursehcj, ami dent cito orders
tOkicud uu iO uany ile without ta
ttardtottyU or quality iojU buy
to ftdTdiilacu if you b iy yourlUK
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Ucu'o Ucttcrs and Uatattcrs,
912 F Street N. W.
PEFFER ENDS HIS SPEECH,
I t of Trouble Caused bj on I rror .Made
b senator Qua.
V.hen Mr. l'effi r bejau tho second install
ment of hU speech csterday tliero was a fair
attendance of Senators on both sides of tLo
ehatiLer. but the gradu ill melted away,
and at ocutlmu there w.isonlyono Democrat,
ono l!e"i ublican. and ono Populist bibloou
tho fioor. During tho sjiee-ch of Mr. Poffer
Mr. Qua uiudu the point of no quorum, when
Vr. Hum remarked that ho regarded tint
si.V.st'OU us a Iolatlou of tho agreement
reached WedLeada. tout thj tariff bill should
be considered bctv.eeu 1 and 5 o'clock each
dav without any dilator motion".
Mr. Mauderson agreed with Mr. Harris in
his understanding of tho agreement, but ro
ut irkud that one b nator from tho majority
i-nd t'ura ' frcn the minont as had ov urrc 1
during the dj.coald harctl bo called tho
Sen-to of thu Ln'ted htat" s
Mr. Quay explained that ho did not under
stand that there Lad been any agreement and
asked lcaw to withdraw bis" suggestion, but
tho ball had boen started rolling and could
not be so ousily checked.
Mr. Wolcolt iild ho did not understand
that an agromunt between senators Harris
and Aldricu bound tho ret of tho senate, and
ho for one should not lwitnte to move an a J
journu.ei t, an executive session, or to obtain
senators Mauderson and Harris explained
thut according to tho universal custom of tho
benatu an agreement made by unanimous
consont bound all Senators, whether or not
thuy wore present when tho agreement was
renchod, so Mr. Wolcott subscribed to th.s
Senator Dolph in ido the point of order that
tho question ot a quorum having been raised
could not bo withdrawn, and tho presiding
ofllcer (Mr. Allen, of .ebrnska) sustained tho
point in spite of tho protests of Mr. Qua.
wLo apologized for unintentionally violating
Enough Senators camo in during the roll
call to inako a quorum, but before Mr. reffer
was allowed to resume his sreech an attempt
was rnndo to Insert somo extraneous matters,
which Mr. Harris objected to.
"Will tho Senator allow me to present a
petition?" asked Mr. Chandler.
"1 will not," said Mr. Harris decidedly.
"Iamter sorr," replied Mr. Chandler,
"for I had none to present." W herat there
was a laugh at the expenso of Mr. Harris, in
which tho Senator from Tennessee himself
Mr. Poller then resumed his speech, in tho
course of which ho said that the bill discrim
inated against the farmer and that the onh.
thing tho agricultural classes asked was that
they should receive protection as the manu
Hcsild it was out of order to call tho Wil
son bill a tariff reform measure, nnd ho criti
cised freo wool, claiming that the farmer was
not benefited, nor was any one else. The
pending bill was not a bill for protection nor
formenue. and the Democracy could lata
no prldo in its passage.
Will Coraple with American Ideas as to
Bering Sea Award.
An interview with Sir Charles llussell pub
lished esterda on tho proposed British legis
lation to guo effect to the Bering sea award
awakens interest among members of tho
Foreign Afalrs Committeo of tho IIoue. Mr.
McCreary, chairman of tho committoc, thinks
it indicates a disposition on tho part of
Great lintain to eompl with tho ideas of
tho United States as to what is necessary to
give effect to tho award. He looks upon Sir
Charles Itussell's interpretation of clause 7,
bearing on the liability of sealers not notified
beforo s tiling, as a decided modification of
tho scope of that clause first telegraphed to
"It will be seen," said Mr. McCreary, "that
Sir Chtrles expresses the opinion that there
i a small number of sealers, if any, which
havo not had notice of the provisions of the
award. Notice of the provisions of the award
is a very different thing from notice of tho
law-giving effect of the award 03 tho first re
ports seemed to indicate was required by
Mr. McCreary was unwilling to say that
even under this interpretation tho proposed
law would bo sitisfactory to this government,
but ho considered that it indicated a dispo
sition to come to this government's view.
Tied Game at ?asuvillc.
Nashville, Tenn., April 11. First game
Southern League series, score: Nashville and
Memphis, 8 to S. Tho game was called on
account of darkness at the end of the eighth
IN HIGHER COURTS.
CocrT OF ArrEALS Alvey, Chief Justice; Bing
ham, and Shepard W ashington Gaslight Com
pany vs. EcklofT; argument continued by O. E.
Hamilton for appelleo and argument concludod
by J Sidney W'ebb for appellant Woodward et
aL vs. ItaglandetaL; argument commenced by
H E. Davis for appellants aud argument con
tinued by O E. Hamilton for appelleo. Assign
ment to-day SW
LqctTY cocrt, Xo 1 Justice Cox Benjer vs.
nerbort; rocolver's ninth, tenth, and elevouth
reports confirmed. Park vs. West; rule dis
charged without prejudice Assignment to-day
all cases on calendar.
tqciTY C01BT, ha 2, Justice Hagncr TInney
vs. linnoy; time for teking testimony limited.
Lord vs. W aldron; Acker & Co. made parties
complainant W ilson vs. Wilson; order for pay
ment of examiner's fees. Assignment to-day
Cinccrr Corar, No. 1 Justice Bradley 1L
V. Pollard vs. W. C. P. Breckinridge; arguments
by Messrs. lhompson and Butterworth for the
defense L. Love vs. G 1L Chandlee; Judgment
Cinccrr Cocrt, No S Justice Cox Thomas
vs. Thomas; death of plaintiff suggested and
cause rovivod in name of llary Thompson; no
causo ready and Jury discharged.
CRIiiiVAL, Iso. 1, Judge McComas George MJ
euuiiou . ciuiuuei iensiuger; jury mat was re
spited: verdict for defendant Frank Hume vs.
John H. Schulter; order to enter Judgment on ver
dict W illlam b Bruen vs. Joseph C. Johnson et
ux.; agreement submitting to trial by court filed;
trial by court George C. W. Jlagruder vs. An
drew J. Scwartz; verdict for plaintiff 115. F. V.
Berry Co, vs. Samuel X. Bayley, Jr.etaL;
Jury sworn and respited; motion to dismiss ap
Criminal, ho. S, Judge Cole TTnltcd States vs.
George Taylor, alias George Jones, Jury that was
respited again respited; witnesses for United
States, Albert Clark Patterson, Charles Kobin
son, ltobert W. Button, Jl. .M. Hollard. United
States vs. Nathan Belt, larceny; defendant ar
raigned; plea not guilty. United States vs Nel
son Waldron, alias Nelson Kramer; housebreak
ing; defendant arraigned; plea not guilty
TARIFF AND ANNEXATION
Senator Hale Brlnrjs Out His Favorite
Hobby in a Speech.
FU2A FOR HAY AND LUMBER
The Tariff Bill, Says the Senator, is Mado Up
After a Fashion as if a Canadian Com
mittee Had Fixed Their Own Schedules
Senator nalo, of 3Ialne, yesterday spoko
against the tariff bill, directing bis attack
largely to tho benefits it conferred on Canada.
"I think I am entirely safe In making the
statement that at no time during tho twenty-five
c ira of my servlco In Congress has any ta-lff
bill, or Indeed, I may say, all tariff bllH, aro jscd
so deep a feeling amoug the American people
nnd so strong and earnest and determined op
position as tho tariff bill now before the Senate
known the world over as tho Wilson bilk
"Before this debate shall come to au end, Mr.
I'r.!Je:it. I desire, and 'n this 1 tiay express a
general wish or pclLaia what 1 may call i-u-l
lokity, that some Swuator w ho stands in the I ela
tion of sponsor to this bill shall stkte tu tue suut
and lo ib couutr ttiw gwucral theory or djc-
trine or proportion or patty dogma upon wmch
thv bill U fr&mc.l aud pieaciitil to thw Kuiiit
Golegmorrf Into detail. 1 st that somw?wailor
who uuderukts this tasr shall tutt us ui-on wLat
glouud law Swualc committee ha adopted cer
tain (halites which haw luwu madu In the
W Us u bill as It 1 tse J tk Houso
"ror lujbulf, Air 1 lesldcut. I m freo to say
that wbilt 1 am familiar with out beHce lb a I
can Uirli coniru the tariff plauk in tho Ut
pUtform of tho Birocratic party as proiouuded
by tluth!cu;occmcUtlclint lblUaud the hitter
ot a -ccptancv of President c,Uoland which fol
lowed slid ecuvol.tloti, I find myself hOL;e3lly
confused anil lost In lb attempt uhl hi haw
made to r-cou IU vither er both of these wltb
tlio pi o IsIols of tut bill either as pvb&ed by law
liruse of Koprcsi'Ulallvc- or es lluv.red auj
niauli ulatod b tho Scliato rommitltu. -which
hisuioii its back tho burdens of the bill now
'l!ef re, Mr. Prcslilcn', goln ifto 'totalis
touehiiiglho rcinil.ablc provisions of thu bill,
lot me say that l.ln tommon with ottwr sena
tors and with thcussudsof th Anorhau people,
haco studied tbo bill with I alnful attention, iu
o-dor to nnd out auy r-asou or cause for Its pri.
visions, aud I am coinpo led to scty ttat fio-n
this stclv throu things be ome tome apj aietit
'1 irs-lt is a b'll tu p-otect Ihe Sou'h aud lo
punish ths North
second It Is a bill for the benefit of the Euro
pean miuular-turorand produ er at thu expense
of ourowu manufactmcr and producer
'"lhird And this touches my own slate It is
lu every paragraph that deals with tho produ. ts
of fie OoiuinlGU'f LunaiU, as br ugt t lu c-i-n-petitlon
with tbo prcdacts of our own teople
alon? ILw Ciuadlau bord r, a sunon-pure, al
most una lultwti.t bill for Ihw bueht of Canada
nnd toour correscnilItito t ur "
Seealor Hcto erlticid ILs make-up of tbo
Unano Cumuittuc', dunlins' that tho Wilson
bill was committed lo tn hands thrse or fojr
Senators f-om the southern sttc-
lio thcu vent o.i to compare the rroUittd
jrodii u of the soath and to show that the oH
prelected rice and sugar, nnd coir pared tne pre
lection of thesu thrse articles to that given to
hay aud lurnbvr lUe-outiuuwl
'1 to provisions of the blllwhich strikdowa
the hoie s'-heme of recll rocily, und-r wh.wh
additional trade had bcn glowing ut with for
eign countries, strike most swwrwty at tbe
northern whi at g-ower and the northern miller.
and will at ono blow destroy the tradt, which Las
grown up with Cuba, and will, bsld-s shutout
from tho Ceriuan maiset the aliady o.uL
Ushttd and increasing exiortatlou from thj
ncrtuorn packhig establJtmsnts et pork for
"1h whole scheme of reclpro-lty and tke
marked succesj attsnding it since it was ni-t
adopted djriug l'restdent Harrison s admln's-
tration,anu underino guiaiug ncna oi sureiary
Blaine iu the State Uepartment, will be fully
aired later In the debate
-The merits of the reciprocity eckeme, which
has already Increased our trade with Cuta from
ellOuuOCO to J.'4ll0.000 and with Braall from
n.KW.Cc'O to HO OOci OOi), wltrout going Into the
figuresiuothercouctries. will belullyeonsideied
and thoroughly discussed when that part of the
bill Is rearhod."
He asserted that the sugar schedule had been
framed to catch two otes In the South, and that
although other reclprocttr treaties had been
stricken down Ihe Hawaiian treaty had been
saved In order that the vote of the Democratic
Senators of the Pacific coast might be saod.
Biscusslng the bill as it affects his own constitu
ency. Senator Hale said.
1 come now, Mr Bres'dent, to the considera
tion of thai lortion of the bill which more
nearl) affects my own constituency, and which
falls with destructive force upon the farmers
and manufacturers and laborers of that ontlre
portion of the United Mates which stretches
across the continent from 31aine lo Oregon and
Washington, and which finds -harp competition
and a dangerous rival lu the Dominion of Can
ada, which lies along Its entire border
! do not hesitate to ehorgo that, as affecting
this region of our own country, this bill Is made
up after a fashion that could not hav e hotter sat
isfied thOtLauadfaus had a committee of their
own takeu the subject in charge and fixed their
own schedules and duties, i am not unaware
that in making lb's statement 1 am assuming a
grave responsibility, and I certain! should not
make it It 1 did not believe that a study of the
bill bears me out iu this strong assertion."
He discussed tho probability of future amalga
mation of tho two couutrles and said Canada
must como to us, as wo would not go to her. and
asserted that the Mchlnley law was hastening
the union, liecouttuned
"1 he W ilson bill aud the amendments reported
by lho Senate committee throw over all this ad
vantage and Indefinitely postpone i olltlcal union
of the two e-ouuttles, and. In fact, establisu a
aallcy so favorable to tho Canadiaus that I
I-ould look to see the grow lng sentlme t for an
aexatlon die out, and that lu the gencrat'on to
crime we should nnd ourselves wl.n a growing
and jiosslbly hostile rival alongcur entire north
ern border. This consideration alone in tho
broad domain of statesmanship ought to be lu
Itself the deathblow of tho bilk'1
A strong point In Mr Hale s speech was the In
evitable annexation of Cauada,aud Lc laid great
stress upon this lhts question wolco the allwst
somnolent Senato to a brief discussion, an 1 Mr
Gray inquired what advantages would aicrue to
the Amerlcau farmers along tho Canadian bor
dor If tho productsof Canada competed en equal
terms with his own
Senator trye suggested that there would be no
border, it would be all our country
Senator Hale replied that tho farmers of this
country would derive a general benefit from the
extension of the country nu I lho wiping out of
the border lines. He referred to tto annexation
of Mexican territory as a procedent. and no one
doubted, he said, that tho advantages which this
country derived were commsusdrate w ith tho
advantages which the smaller country obtained
Senator Gray agreed with the Senator from
Maine as to the desirability of extending free
trade over thu entire continent, but he could not
see what specific advantage tho border farmers
Senator Morrill suggested that In case of an
nexation n large nuiouut of Immigratlcu
which now coraos from Canada would remain
there and consume all lho products which now
come In competition with American products.
Senator Hale prodlcted that It tho bill pkssed
and the Canadians were thus given overyad
vantage they desired without any compensating
sacrifices on their part the growing sentiment
for annexation would speedily die out
lie then took up the subject of lime, and In re
ply to a long aud involved question from Senator
McPherson said that the Senator showed such a
knowledge of questions which were wrong and
such a knowledge of subjects of which he knew
nothing that he (Mr Hale) was unable to answer
him He thou proceeded to discuss the various
questions of the bill, but was subject to many in
terruptions by questions.
Senator Halo concluded his speech at 3.15 p
m., after speaking two and a quarter hours, aud
Senator Peff er resumed his speech, which was
begun and Interrupted last Thursday.
The True Bohemian.
A Bollemlan may bo defined as the only
kind of gentleman permanently la temporary
difficulties who is neither a sponge nor a
cheat. He is a type that has existed in all
ages and alwns will exist. Ho is a man
who lacks curtain elements necessary to
success in thi3 world, and who manages to
keep fairly oven with the world by dint of
ingenious shift and expedient; novor fully
succeeding, never wholly failing. He is a
man, in fact, who can't swim, bat can tread
water. But he never, never, never calls him
self a Bohemian ut least. In a somewhat
wide experience, I have known only two that
over did, and ono of these wa3 a
baronet. As a rule, if you overhear a
man approach his acquaintance with the for
mula. "As ono Bohemian to another," you
may make up your mind that that man means
an assault upon tho other man's poeketbook,
and that if the assault is successful the dam
ages will never be repaired. That man is not
a Bohemian: ho is a beat. Your true Boho-
mlan always calls himself by some euphemis
tic name. He is always a gentleman at odds
with fortune, who rolled in wealth yesterday
and will to-morrow, but who at present is will
ing to do any work that he is sure will make
him immortal, and that be thinks may get
him tho price of a supper. And very often ho
lends more largely than he borrows: H. C.
Bunner, in the April Scribner.
Cardinal Gibbons Present.
CninxoTTE, N. J., April 11. The mag
nificent Abbey church at St. Mnry's Collego
at Belmont- was dedicated by Cardinal Gib
bons, archbishop of Baltimore, this evening.
SOME ETHICS OF FLIRTIHG.
English Journals Discuss a Much-mooted
James Payn in Illustrated London News,
Tho recent newspaper inquiry, "I flirting
on the increase?" has evoked an admirable
article from the Spectator. That so philo
sophic and austere a Journal should stoop to
such a subject seems a little strange. One
can hardly imagine the Spectator toying with
Amaryllis in tho shade, and far less in
this public manner; but it has bad, it seems,
its strange experiences in this matter, like the
rest of us. If it possessed the courngo of its
opinions, one fancies it would go a little far
ther and stato what is the fact that flirting
is mainly a matter for the consideration of
tho fair sex, for as for men, they get no se
rious hurt from it.
Tho comnn who loved Lady Clara Vcro de
Vero, and cut his throat on her account, must
havo been a very poor creature, and would
navomaue amessot nis larm in any caso.
If he had had tho least modicum of common
sense ho would, on tho discovery of his most
ridiculous error, at once havo made up to his
dair maid, and found ia her a real help
mate. Tho man who looks back with
wrath nnd resentment upon a flirta
tion because tho woman who shared
it has married somebody clso must be
a "curmudguon," not, indeed, a "laggard in
love," but a traitor to it. "Tho greater her
charms aud the greater tho number they at
tract, thu mora incumbent is the duty laid
upon a woman to please the many before she
makes happy the one." It has been, we ate
reminded, "the immemorial prlvilejo of her
sox." 'this strikes one, indeed, not onl as
true chivalry, but as good sense. "For what
has the disappointed suitor lost? Nay, Is Lo
not rather the gainer by such favor iu she
'there is. ladted. one exception to this
liberty; she skould not endeavor to win the
uffectlous ofouenLo i atothers adn irer.
She who does this is a bad lot, and generally
and desert edlv goes to thu bad. Of lourse,
there are si lllsh and egotistic men who, being
unsurvessful ih their suits, are determined
that no other shall be more fortuoate, and
shoot down hit bride at the very alur; but to
call tbe-e miscreants loteis (except of thern
se!cJ Is a misnomer indeed. As a rule men
got over these little disappointments vsr
ci'lly, whereas women do not, for a hct of
reasons, the chief of which is that asuistltutn
for a lost lover is ia their caso much more dif
ficult to j rocure.
It is trio that we' real a good deal about
'th designing woman" lu noveh wrillen by
ladies. It glte them pleasure to lie- ribe
these dexterous and wily creature's doing
such mischief among the other sex: inothrs,
too, Li'lmo that their pure and innocent sjls
ure awi9 iu danger from these un
princlplel jouug p-rsons. And U the
fact is that at tu.cnt-evcu none of
tb.iu can hold a candle for evil inten
tion to an ordinar OUth of seventean. 'lho
hpo nsy with winch for their own ends men
aiTi-ct to fad in with the female v lew of flirta
tion and "the designing woman" Ucontenirtl
II even the most Impudent of tr-em seldom
viuture to ado t it among tln-nsehes; the
tongue in their cheok is too obvious.
Jersey Republicans V Ictorlutie.
Jekstt Citi. April 11 The result of the
New Jersey elections caused jrsat rej icing
a-nong the Republicans. In Neiv ark the of
ficial returas show that Julius A. Leb
kcuclier. lietulhcau. received I.7JJ nluraliU.
In O.-ju.-y the corrected returns give JoLn
Gill. ItcpiLlicaa cnud.cl.te for mavor. a ma
jority of 7CC. The five F.epublican aldermen
In Clinton aad Irvlngton townsbli t the en
tire llepubllcan ticket 3i elected. In Mil
burn the Itepublicats ion Lave control.
Caldwell west liepublicaa for the Qrst time
iu Its history. TLo same thins occurred la
Elizabeth elected Mavor Baakin and a Ke
publlciu board of aldeirnei.
Ike Ite-piiblicans carnal Perth Acbiv,
Trenton. Montclair, Pkillip.uurg, East Or
ange, Lambertville. and C-mdeu.
Matforrn of Otcgoa Kcpntlleans.
roniLiNP, Ors., April 11. The platform of
tho ItepuLUcan stato convention affirms that
the policy of consistent protection is neces-
sary for the advancement and preservation of '
uauonai industrial lntere-ts; conaenns the
Democratic tariff programme and denounces
the party fordiscriminttion against producers
and iu favor ot mauufactur-rs, chiefly of thu
South and East; reaffirms the national
Til fit tnrm 1 QOO fn ilotillo rf nvinai- m,l Imot
allium; condemns the i rowisi'.Km from au '
International monetar conference; favorj
construction of the Ki.-araugui canal; de-
mauds the enactment of nr-id restriction or i
foreign immigration for protect.on of labor j
against tho vicious and ignorant. i
Sd to the nttr busiseis aanajcr cf Tho
Time: tha name cf tny friends who voald
probably like to see this paper. They will see i
I.omxj.s, Aj-nl 11. Tie lilgut lion. Ar
thur J. Balfour, the KirM lion. ill-
in-n Lii'.dcrdnlc, former! governor of '
thcUanVof England, Sir D.itid Miller IHr-
hour, omellmo scorc'larv to the cotern-1
tnent ot Iuclii in tbc finance department, I
anil a number of other gentlemen of c-qnul i
promincnco hate promised to atfnd uninter
lintionul bimetallic oonfi renco that is to be
held on Mny '2 at the Mansion hoese, tho of
ficii residence oi the lord major of London.
Wanted u Tclcgrarh Bad.
Little Ilocc, ArV., Ipnl 11. Last F.-J1 tho
Western Union Telegraph Coaiinny closed its
office in llonticello, Art . end th citizens
havo frultle-sly endeavored to h.ne It rc
orenee'. La-t uicht the wires and po!e were
demolikhcd nnd tho following notice jo ted:
Yo want a telegraph oGco here aud this cut
ting will continue until ive get it. We do net do
this for ni' bief, but to force the railruad to
open the otlUo here Com s Aui.
riadhei. frous the ire.
Editor CLarles C. Moore, of I evington, has en
gaged Cob Hob Ingersoll 10 dcrcud him In his
cae of Llasphera).
A dlpatcb from Vienna announce tho failure
of llatid Wiener A Son, merchants, with
liabilities amounting to HXK) 100
The kiit psttibli time to secure subscrip
tion for pipir it J ait vten it is gaining
in (ircslatiis fastest. It 1 tho beat time
now fr Tie Tinns.
Mate aad Drc.tet fur Credit.
Mrs. Hjflye "Georje, dear, while vou aro
having momcy troubles I ught to tell you
that I learned to-day why jour rival Soarem's
credit has suddemlv become to good."
Mr. llvlly "Whj?"
Mrs. Hyflye "I overheard some ono re
marl, that boaltcm's finances must bo nil
rl0-bt, because hU wife was wearing such ele
gant new hats and dresseo." Chicago Record.
Public Charities in All Nations.
During the great Irish famine, of 1847 and
the follow lag years It it computed that over
410,000.000 wero sent to that country to re
lieve the sufferings of the people.
There are in England nnd Wales 787,515
public paupers tbat is, persons who aro
either Inmates of the almshouses or who re
ceive outdoor assistance.
Ono ot the largest hospitals in tho world is
the Mlsericordia of Itio Janeiro. It receives
annually over 13,000 patients.
A regularly organized system of relieving
poverty has been in voguo in China for more
than 2,000 j ears.
One foundling asylum In Moscow receives
12,000 infants every year. Tho boj-s aro
trained for the navy.
Ireland has 107,774 paupers that is. In
mates of the almshouses or ta receipt of out
The value of property held for chanty in
Italy 13 65,000,000, an average of $12 to each
Tho charity schools of Great Britain aro
maintained at an annual expenditure of
The charitable associations of Franco .give
away In alms every year over $25,000,000.
The English asjlums and homes for tho
aged and infirm cost annually $13,000,000.
Russia is said to have 350,000 paupers In
tho various refuges provided for them.
The Trench government annually appro
priates $30,000,000 for variou" chanties.
The organized chanties of Great Britain
give away every jear over $50,000,000,
There aro in the United States 73,015 In
mates ot public almshouses.
Tho charitable bequests In London every
year exceed $5,000,000.
There nro In Austria 220,000 persons re
ceiving stato old.
AN INTENSELY-DULL MARKET
Fluctuations Were Extremely Narrow,
Ranging in Fractions Only.
LONDON BUYS BUT SCANTILY
A Baid Upon Chicago Gas Promptly Checked,
but I Followed by a Slnmp Poor Beporta
on Bt Paul and Atchison Effect of Cold
Exports on Speculation.
New Yonx, April 11. The speculation to
day was intensely dull and absolutely devoid
of interest. Chicago Gas was the only Btock
in which tho transactions exceeded 10,000
shares, and in only four others, St. Paul,
Sugar, Missouri Pacific, and American To
bacco, did the sales exe-ecd 5,000 shares.
Tho fluctuations were extremely narrow,
and in but few instances did the changes on
tho day range above fractions. London was
in tbo market as a small buyer of bt. Taul
and some of tho low-priced arbitrage special
ties, and helped sustain prices in tho day
when a slight bear raid threatened values.
But considering the dullness and the lack
ot buyers tho market was firmly held, and
resisted tbo occasional pressure put upon it
by tho shorts. News affecting the specula
tion was meager outside of the returns of rail
road earnings, and thisJntter was not of an
lho St. Paul earnings for the first week in
April snowed n heavier decrease than was an
ticipated, but made no imprission on tha
stock, which moved within a range of Jfper
cent., gaining on the day.
The Atchison 1'ebruarv" statement showed
that le's business was done than during the
previous month, a 1 irge decrease in net earn
ings, whllo tho shares actually advanced
aud wcro held firmly at 15 ill day.
A raid was made on Chicago Gas In tho
opening dealings based on fresh rumors of tho
announcement of an unfavorable decision in
the quo warrjnto case, and artcr an advanco
of (, the shares were sold J,. Tho stock
offered being readily absorbed chcked the
downward novement and brought about an
advance of 1, of which 'j was Io-t nt tbo
close. Sugar declined )$ and then began to
noio upward, making a gain of yt, but
reaching In the Una! dealings.
The purchasing movement in American To
bacco, whie-' is believed to be for an inside
pool, w as continued and resulted in an appre
ciation in value of 3L js;r et nt., the last bWng
the best pr:eo of the day. Cleveland and
Fittsburg sold at 151. against 150, the previous
ale. Lead preferred moved 1, Uouston
and Texas, 1 'j , an 1 Laclede Gas 1 per cent.,
while tho preferred receded lmt and Now Jer
sey lost 1 per ent.
f he rest cf tho mirket moved within a nar
row groove, but was g-aerauv firm and
closed despite the prevailing dullness fairly
firm. Delaware and Hud-son advnneed ie-
per cent, on tho day, tue moving influence
being tho belief that the attempt of tho
miuorlt of the board of managers to secure
sufficient proxies to change the control of tho
company is a failure.
The policy of tho minority to manipulate
the issues of the new sloe k so .is to manufact
ure a dividend at the expense of the eom
I an ' treasury Is not meeting with encourage
cent, and tho very publicity given to their
scheme by the publication of circu'ars solicit
ing proxies seems certain to encompass its
defeat bv creating a pntlic opinion ngainst
the proj-ct as being unwise and unsafe
financiering. esp" dally at a time when rail
road corporations in general are strengthen
ing tbeustlics and building u against pos-I
siblc reverses Instead of weakening their re--rves.
It is estimated that a small shipmt nt of gold
will be made to Frni.ce on Saturday, bat the i
tn'k of gold exports do"S not affect "the stock
speculation, iu istiui h as the foreign exchange
market is not lavorable to. any largo transac
tions of this nature.
c lorlv Moclv rxchangc.
Furnished by Silsby i, Co.. bankers and
brokers, Jletrorolltan Bank Building. Hfteenlh
street, opposite Ireasury, Washington, 1J C .
Op Hich Low Clewing
American Cotton Oil Co... 31UJ 31UJ 3;u, zxy,
American Tobacco iV " 9iu, " ojuj
Atcn. lop S F 15 15" 13 15
CU.C 40 -10 40 4i)
Cb"apeafco Jt Ohio VM 191 I9t 19U
C It. j: CJulncy. : ' bc4 ms4 tejvj,
Chicago I. as bJU 62, fclc. ti?
IieL, Lack. & Western ... lel 165 iw: 105
Beliware Hudson 110 149i4 140 uoif
Distillers 4 Cattle Fdrs.. St 20 25 ft,
Denver .t Itio Orande ... 34 3114 31 3Pi
trie im 174 17 171$
l.eneral Hectric Co 40-s 41 40M 41
Jersey Central 114 111 114 m
LoutaTllIe .v, :,uhrl!le 5IJ 5114 5l4 ;iu
Lake shore 1J9U. LS'-t, 1.-J i.t a
Lake trie &, W est luj le"i 164 16';
Missouri PrcWc 31t 3U4 Dili 3U?
nhwcs.em loyu itiu iuoi. loyuj
Northern Facitlc pfd 21 J !!;uj 2l. !u4
National eo-dngo !Xc : :2U KSi.
National Lead 40 ,, 406 40Jc 40a
X . Central 101 101 101 101
o.naha 40'ji M-" 40t4 4055
Ont-ulo A Western 17 ITei 17 1714
l'aciOcllall 17 17 17 17
Heading at Slif 2115 if
Rock Island 71 7114 71 TlC
Southern Pacific siuj 23U 2:W 31,
.'LI'aul P; C4; Mi; 6ltJ
UBar Trust. "Zi SZ-f, Kye. Tu.
Tennessee Coal A Iron.... lic4 19I4 19"-4 19L4
Tcsas I acinc 9'4 9'4 93, 9-1,
We-tern Lnlon Hv4 S5 Wv4 t5
W abash preferred 15)4 lSJi lb lsJJ
Chicago Board of Trade.
Open.1 High. Low. Close.
Wneat Jjliy S4 CJI4 1 COU coas
(July U C3Js C2 CO
Corn -Nay $ i 2W TSi
(July. !9S Si S3K. 89J
May .trii 2iV 22 32
July. 2m -"! 23 23
May liM U TO 1J20 lij)
Inly 1250 12.50 12.25 12,25
Lard -Ji'li 710 7 725 7S5
(.July 702 702 697 6.97
SoRibs-jMay B32 Cfl (130 B.30
(July. 1 U27 a27 L.15 C15
c. York Cotton.
Op'p. Ulgh. Low. Close
April T W 7 SO 7 50 7.50
May 7 51 7 51 7.45 7M
June 7 53 7.5S 7-52 7.5.J
July 7.01 7 64 7.59 7.59
August .. 7.70 7.70 7 tt! 7.64
beptembcr 7.75 7.75 7.75 7.75
Nominations Confirmed Yesterday.
The Senato In executive session yesterday
confirmed the following nominations: Henry B.
Lovering, of Lynn. Mass., to be pension agent at
Boston; melter and refiner llirsch Harris, of
Xerada, at the mint, Carson, Xer , to succeed .
B Zabriske, resigned
Postmasters New namphiro, Thomas L.
lleredltn at .Meredith, Thomas E. Hetchor.at
TiUou, Kdward Finerty at Milford, Irani H.
Danlell at Franklin I alls; IIlinoK John It. John,
son at Merllng, batnucl 1C Mchlroy at Chicigo
Heights, Alonzo B. Fooleat Kcuhello; West lr
ginia, U r. Carr at Fairmont, Georgo H. Flagg
at Charleston, William Meirns nt ttucLhaimun;
New Jersey, John G. bmith at Bound brook, John
W. Thompson at Cape .May, i rederick G. W iese
at Borden town, Forrest itice at Hemirston,
Hosea E. Doughty at Haddontleld, Calvin D an
Cleave at Irvine: on; .Maine. John U Uwombly nt
Auburn, A. J. liowe at Norway, F. E. GHlchrest
at Thomaston, Melville M. iolsom nt Old Town,
George K Theobald at Kkhmond, James H. ilo
Keemanat Kumford Falls; Minnesota, Dennis
McLaughlin at V. aseca. Otto A. Kohler at Hutch
inson, Hiram Georgo at 1'ipestone; North
Dakota, Patrick Kelly at Devils Lake, Joseph J.
Irwin at Park Hiver; New York, Clarence S ile
Clellan at Mount tornon; Tennessee, James B,
N"eoly at Franklin; Delaware, John L. Thompson
at Georgetown; Connecticut, Charles I Balchat
Manchester; Kentucky, Lldn J. Cooper at Union
town; Mississippi, Adeline Edwards nt Durant;
Massachusetts, Illlam J. Wallace at Norwood;
Montana, Emerson S. Beeman ntMiWCity.
Kecelver of public moneys James A. 3Iunday,
of Vancouver, ash., to be receiver of public
moneys at Vancouver, Wash., vice SvOtt Swet
land, term expired.
The Ten Cents Includes tho Sunday.
To the Editor of Tms Tisies :
Will you be kind enough to Inform mo ty
what rule you only chargo one cent per copy for
your vory valuablo piper or ten cents per week.
You must not think that I am kicking on the
price, for 1 am ono of your regular subscribers,
but It fieems so odd to mo and also to my friends.
J. I". J1CDONNELU
SILSBY & COMPANY"
BANKEKS AXD BKOKERS,
JIEIHOKILITAX BANK BcJILDCfG,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury.
Branch offices Lo Droit Building, com"!
Flghth and F streKs, and CentralNationalBank
Building, second floor, corner Pennsylvania ave
nne and berenth street. Telephone 511.
ATTENTION. B KER3.
WaSHisoTOV, D. a, April II. ISM.
There will bo a Joint meeting of L.A.23S9.K.
orL.,and International Union 118, of Bakers,
for the purpose of electing a mantger for th
Bureau, on Saturday evening. April 14, 8 p. m ,
atArlonUalktluhth street, between D andB I
streets northwest. You aro earnestly requested
to attend and bring worklne cards or books.
ii By order of J.LX.B.
TIi&T4?!,InE "NEST AIANTELTO CAB-
thU 'iwF-i;:o&"" d"maDj
Have You Tried Our Health Drinks,
IMotffl Best Ciders lo one-half gallon bottles for
S5 cents. Tho bst sweet, hani or crab cider.
quiuox mineral water In one-half gallon bottles,
13 tents. ThoGeniseo Fruit Ca'a non-alcoholic
bererages. Tin de l'oaime, hop tonic ale, Ivjulnox
ginger champagne and mineral waters, ail
sparkling, in pint bottles, 5 cents. Goods deliv
ered free. J. V. 1CEED, cor. inth and D N. W.
HERE, A MECHANIC TREAT.
At Max Oppenhelmpr, 1021 Seventh street k
northwest Ice-cold bottlo beer only 5 cents; also
choicest wines, liquors, and cigars constantly on
hand. This is where you can get your money's
worth, and you will not be disappointed. Ks
member, ice-cold bottle been xnar23-3mo
Opening of the Soda Season.
I desire to Inform my patrons and tho general
public that 1 have opened the soda season at my
store. Our syrups are always fresh an 1 made
from sound, ripe fruit Our soda is mado of the
purest sprint; water. Our Icecream is delicious.
Try it and be convinced. Six tickets for 23 cents.
V ODosoguue, proprietor Ulstrict Pharmacy,
First and C streets Northwest marJ'J-lmo
ACCIDENTS WILL HAPPEN.
Make inquiry about the New f!0,0CO Combina
tion Accident l'ollcy that pays foO per "week for
a year if injured by any conveyance using steam,
electricity, or cable, and half such idemnity If
olherwlr e injured. Costs less than 7 cents a day,
only i-G for three months, or $M per annum. o
examination required Issued by the old ltelia
ble L S. Jlutnal Accident Association. Call or
address. J. Bv hIG, Agent.
llocm 30, Washington Loan and Trust Bid g.
C. B. KlCIlOLS. J. Z. Y0D2B.
Undertakers nnd rmbalmcrs,
Penn. Ave. and Second Street S. E., Capitol Hill
Chapel for Funeral Services.
MONEY TO LOAN.
nOXLsT TAUTIES CAN GET SMALL LOAN3
at once National Lean and Investment
Company. 113 E st. n. w. A. C. ciLA2cy, Sec.
Separate rooms if desired. Goods hiulwl,
packed. and shipped. Lowest rites. tASTEXD
JAPfiEba, D C. i?iimi & LO , General For
warding .Agents, 6th and Md. are ne. ap6-lw
I Gas Ranges
9VTe do not aim to make a profit Q
on Gas Itances, but sell them Y
We do not aim to make a profit
on Gas Ifanges, but sell them
Blmply that yon may get the best
and have them set up properly.
W hile we have Ranges for more
and for less we can sell you
S-burner Ranges, 113.
3-b jrner Ranges, li.
4-burner Ranges, $22.
these prices include setting ul
9 simply that you may get the best A
rind ha e them set up properly. V
ft bile we have Kanpes for more A
T and for less we can sell you Y
9 2-burner I?ange3, $13. O
3-bjrnerKaneM. 14. "
q Wash. Gaslight Co.,
n 413 10th St. N. W.
oo-?oooo.o- a -a
G. L WILD'S BROS. & GO.
709 Seventh Street N. W.
riASOS, ORGAXS, AND
ron tusn ok ox east teriis.
Sheet Sfusie, Music Books and Strings. Tuning
and Repairing llanos and all 3IuslcaI Instru
ments a Specialty and Prices to suit the times.
G. I M ILD'S BROS. &. CO.,
"09 Seventh Street N". TV.
-T7'mTIujrDS OLD CURIOSITY SHOP.
04 D Street Northwest
Gold. Silver, and Nickel Plaiting. Soft Metal
Repairing. Brass and Metal Signs a Specialty
I employ local labor, therefore patronlzo
mrtlmo THE TAILOII, 810 F ST. X. "W..
Various Improcmcnts Alterations, and
Permits Begun and Allow ed.
The Commissioners yesterday Issued the fol
lowing1 orders: That the north curb line of Michi
gan avenue, between First street west and North
Capitol street, be established ten feet from the
north building line, and tho south curb line
thirty feet from the south building line, making
tho roadway width between curbs fifty feet.
The following permits were Issued to the
W ashington and Georgetown Kallroad Company
to connect their power house with seweron east
side of Thirteen-and-a-half street, crossing the
street fcr that purpose To Joseph IC luinter,
plumber, to execute work. In rear of 1467, 14t9,
and 1471 Kenesaw avenue and alley tn square
574, under the provisions of the permit system,
at an estimated cost of tXt.
That a sewer be constructed on the north side
of M street northeast, between North Capitol
and Urst streets east, ander the provisions of
the permit system, at an estimated cost of SlOti.
Tbat a permit be Issued to IC H. Lewis for th
Emancipation Society to erect a platform on
either side of the Lincoln monument for use on
Monday, the ICth Instant, In connection with the
celebration of Emancipation Day. That steam
engineers licenses be granted as follows: First
class George Stringer; third class, James B.
That the commission granted Edward Grlce &9
nn additional privato of tho Metropolitan police
force for duty at the Wilson school building U
hereby changed so as to allow him to do duty at
the Mott schooL
That payment of taxes against block 2, lot 4,
Howard Lnlverslty, be accepted without penalty
That special assessment against lot SS, squar
139, be canceled.
That special assessment against lot 8, square
9S3, bo accepted without Interest.
Tbat special assessments be noted upon the
records as canceled In accordance with the
Judgment of the Supreme Court of the District
of Columbia in the case of W Idmayer vs. the
District of Columbia.
That payment of special assessment against
lot 13, square 122, bo accepted without Interest.
Treasury Guard Scores.
Tho Treasury Guard, Company B, Sixth
battalion, was at tho rtflo gallery last evening,
and, a3 usual, mado good scores. Thero
were thirty men present, nnd, with ten shots
each at GOO yards, made an aragoforthe
whole company of 40K points. Tho follow
ing arothe individual score8:
Sergt. Davenport, 50; Ccrpi. KIrfc, 49; Private
Parker, 4C; Private McClaia, 45; Private Stock,
45; Private Atkins, 41; Cant. Tomlinson, 41;
Private Wilcox, 44; Private Clover, 43; Private
Bush, 40; Private Lefller, 43, Private J. O. Lang,
43ITivate McClure. 4 CorpL Lll3worth, 4-
Sergt. Swigart, 4i; Private Gammon, 40; Private
Parkinson, 40; Private Cox, 40; Sergt. Garrett,
40; Sergt Marsdcn, S9. Private Dopue.39; Private
Mnthow, 3b; Private Carr, U7; Private Bowen,
37; ITivate Wynne, 37; LI out. Odell, Sb; Private
G. r. Lane, 33, Lieut Simonson, 29; Private Hus
sey, IS. Twenty-two men Urcdat voUey practice
and mado 73 per cent
Building Permits nnd Notifications.
Building Inspector Entwisle yesterday notified
Kev. James McMnnon that unless he cause tho
removal of his old frame buildings on Washing
ton Clrclo within ten days tho caso win bo placed
In tho hands of tho District Attorney for enforc
ement, fewormstedt & Bradley were notified to
remedy defects in tho support of Joists at'J4v
streot northwest within fifteen days. Building and
repair permits were issued as f dlows 1 nomas
Banks, to erect a three-story brick dwelling at
G55 E street southeast, to cost 94 GXt George
Alfred Townsend, to build n two-story ad
dition to K9 Hrst street northwest, to cost
$1,200 James Burns, to make repairs at 23 G
street northeast, to cost $150 Michael Clark, to
make improvements at 1033 Twenty-second street
northwost, to cost $115.
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