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Boston Weekly Globe (Newspaper) - December 22, 1891, Boston, Massachusetts A Rush in january renew now a and avoid the Kush. Form a our a 13 i a pc a Altern weekly a lobe. Stuit 1 Al six cop Khz prom now to Jan., 93. Fon v . Vol. Xix no., tuesday morning december 22, 1891. Crice five will announce committees wednesday. Heart burnings and jealousies engendered by Competition. Mills and the speaker other matters at the capital. Washington. Dec. the session the House was very Brief it afforded material for a Good Deal talk and its importance overshadowed the proceedings at the other end the Capitol although nominations to High positions were sent in. The composition the first great committee was made Public today when the speaker announced that the committee rules would consist the speaker Mcmillin Tennessee. Or. Catchings Mississippi . Reed Maine and . Burrows Michigan. The importance this committee can be mde stood when it is explained that it not Only frames the rules and regulations under which the House transacts , but it is to that body what the rudder and the engines Are to a ship. It not Only guides legislation but it also sends it ahead keeps it stationary lets it lag behind As it May item proper it is the committee rules which decides the time to he allotted to the consideration a particular Bill and the Way in which certain measures shall be brought up. It is True that the committee can Only make recommendations and that it remains with the House to act the recommendations the committee but it is so rare that the majority refuse to act the report the majority members the committee that for All practical purposes the dictum the rules committee is Law. The chairman the committee is always the speaker Aud while . Carlisle was speaker the members his own party the committee were the chairmen the committees ways and moans and appropriations. Or. Reed As speaker followed the same policy. Prior to . Carlisles time however the majority members were not necessarily those two chairmen. Crisp by his action today has refused to be hound by the Carlisle Reed procedure Aud has returned to the old order things. Tho appointment messes. Mcmillin and Catchings does not mean that these gentlemen will respectively head the leading committees the House although when the committee was first announced that impression was quietly formed. But speaker Crisp said to the Globe representative after the adjournment Tho House that there was no significance to be attached to the fact Mcmillin and Catchings going the committee except that they were selected for their Peculiar qualifications for the work required them that was the Only reason which governed him. The Peculiar qualifications to which . Crisp referred Iii the Case . Mcmillin consist in the fact that he is one the Best parliamentarians the democratic Side the House a fluent. Vigorous and Over ready debater and always ready to take the floor when a parliamentary question is to be discussed a precedent cited. He shares honors with Springer in this respect. Catchings was appointed because he was judge crisps Chiel Campaign manager in the speaker ship tight and during that time allowed in a marked degree that he w As the possessor unusual executive abilities and As an organizer there Are few men his Superior. Catchings is a Small Man with a Long Reddish Brown heard. He is gentle in voice methods and actions. While the speaker ship fight was at its highest to was quiet and As Serene As a chunk ice a cold Day. He was never once flurried and no matter How bad Tim reports Whir ii were brought to him his imperturbable manner never forsook him for a moment. His organizing Powers were shown in the Way Iii w Bien lie was Able to hold his forces n line. Personally he is very popular and just the right Man to smooth Over difficult tics w Hen they arise and make it Plain sailing for the committee even though the committee in arranging the business the session should have to step some members pet Corn. Courteous phrases. Text the correspondence Between Crisp and hauls. Washington. Dec. following is the text the correspondence Between speaker Crisp and representative Mills in regard to the latter a committee service a room horse Repky tentative. It Washington i. C., dec. 18,1881. Hon. . Mills. City my i Kak siu�?11 a i tip been too much engaged to Call you and now being about to enter the work constituting the House committees. I trop you a line to know if to would be agreeable acceptable to you to be appointed second the committee ways and Means and in Addison to Buch assignment to be appointed chairman Hie committee Commerce chairman the committees Post laces and Post roads chairman some committee whose work is less laborious than Commerce Post offices. Would be glad to have a reply at your earliest convenience As i desire to make up and announce the committees in a few Days. With great respect i am sincerely yours Chaple. F. Crisp . Mills reply follows horse , United states Washington d. C., dec. 19, 1891. Hon. Charles f. Crisp speaker House representatives my dear sir i have received your letter the 18th inst., asking me Quot it would be agreeable acceptable to me to be appointed second the committee ways Aud mean and til addition to such assignment to be appointed chairman Tho committee Commerce chairman the committee Post offices and Post roads chairman some committee whose work is less laborious than Commerce Post having been a member the committee ways and Means for to years and chairman Iii the 60th Congress the reasons which have in your judgment rendered my appointment As chairman unwise would disqualify me for service in any other place pm that committee and it would not be sincere to say that it would be agreeable to accept your tender. I leave to you. Without any suggestion from me to make such other assignment As you in the discharge your official duty May determine. Yours truly r. Q. Mills. No aliens need apply. Bui for dismissal foreigners from government service. Washington d. A. Dec. 18.�?senator Ballinger says regard aug his Bill for the dismissal All aliens in government employ that there has been an unwritten Law in some the departments for Many years forbidding the employment aliens. A number men who have received appointments to positions in the Treasury department and who have come to Washington to take been obliged to return to their Homes As they Learned that they were not citizens the United states. A recent Case was that a Man appointed to the position skilled labor in the Treasury department. He had Given up a Good position to Corno to Washington from Pennsylvania inf under Secretary Fosters Rule the department was obliged to refuse to appoint him. Although he had taken out his first papers. Better service promised. Having the predictions in each Case cover the time until Midnight the next Day. When this Takos effect which will be the 1st january next the predictions printed in the morning papers will appear Early in the Day to which they apply while those in the evening papers will be for the Day after. The Public will be informed one evening before the expected weather and will be Given an improved forecast the next morning. Speaker crisps new Gavel. Washington dec. 16.�?the Gavel presented by the citizens Americus ga., his Home to speaker Crisp ornamented the mantel in the speakers room this Mort . It is about to inches Long made Oak. Highly polished with Gold bands around the head and a Silver Bandon the Bandle. On the bands Are engraved the words a presented to Hon. Charles p. Crisp speaker the House representatives by his constituents Americus costs him half a million. Sex president John Hoey the Adams express company put record by Henry Sanford. Bridgeport conn., Doc. 20.�?Henry Sanford has at last been interviewed. He would not say much. But gives oat the following for publication Quot John Hoey has made restitution to the Adams express company to the amount $600,000. Quot this includes the residence 22d St., new York and the Hollywood property in new Jersey which is in mrs. Hoey a name. There Are heavy mortgages the Hollywood property but after they Are lifted the entire Transfer will net the Adams express company about $500,000. A this is not All Hoey owes the company but it is All we could get out him. A was for . Spooner i expect to hear either from him his attorney in a few Gresham disgusted. Astonished at presidents Choice circuit judge Woods confirmation would be taken As a personal insult. Chicago dec. 19.�?the times this morning prints the following lawyers and judges in this City were quietly conferring yesterday Over the nomination judge Woods Indiana As judge the United states circuit court. A number called judge Gresham the circuit Bench to learn his views but he was very reticent. That he was astonished and disgusted was apparent to every caller. To could scarcely realize that such Anomi nation had been made and to some his intimate friends lie is said to have expressed himself As much displeased with Tho presidents Choice. One admirer judge Gresham a Man whose voice was Hoard in the National Republican convention in Chicago in 1888, said. A i have reason to believe that judge Gresham will never serve the circuit Bench with judge Woods. He will resign Quot should the Indiana Man be confirmed judge Gresham will take it As a personal insult from the president and theret Mulican party and if Harrison is nominated he will quit the Bench and perhaps before that event becomes caught in a blizzard. Maine Hunter obliged to spend the night an Ash Heap one Blanket and three inches Snow his Only Protection. Bangor me. Dec. 15.�?landlord Henry e. Capen the Bay View House Camden famous for having Given the 8hutter-Loon banquet at his hostelry this year has just returned from a Hunting trip above the a Tallin Iron works but it was Only the fact that he is a thoroughly experienced woodsman that brought him Home alive. Early Friday morning with a guide he left Camp saying that he would return for dinner but about 8 clock they struck the fresh tracks four Caribou which they thought they might overtake in an hour. They followed them All Day Over Hills and valleys and through ravines which would ordinarily be deemed impassable. Late in the afternoon the Trail took them up the Side a Mountain and when nearly at the Summit and knowing that the Caribou were hut a Short distance away darkness came upon them and it began snowing. In a Short time the worst Gale the Winter thus far was upon them. The guide had a thin Blanket in his pack but . Capen was without one. The place where they had been caught was not heavily wooded but they collected a lot Brush and such other material As it afforded and in a Hole sheltered from the full Force the Hurricane built a fire which they kept blazing briskly for some hours until a Large Quantity ashes had accumulated. They then collected fresh Brush and scooping All the blazing coals from the fire covered the hot ashes with the Brush sat Down upon it and threw the Blanket Over them like a tent. In the hollow they wore protected from the wind w hich blew at such a rate Over the Mountain that no one could possibly live in it the ashes held the heat very Well but the nearly exhausted men did not dare to sleep Aud the frightful howling Tho tempest was enough to keep them awake. The night seemed a month Long but when Dawn finally came and they crept from beneath the Blanket they found it covered with three four inches Snow which had aided in to Small degree in protecting them. As soon As it was fairly Light they took their bearings from the Compass and set out for Camp travelling no loss than 30 Miles before reaching it and arriving about 3 clock in Tho afternoon. Jan. 21, the Date. National democratic committee then to meet at Washington. Washington. Dec. 14.. William Dickson resident member from the District Columbia the National democratic committee Bas appointed a committee to make the necessary arrangements for the meeting the National democratic committee Here thursday. Jan. 21. Restitution made. Weather predictions after incoming new year to be improved. Washington dec. improvement Genera Public interest is being introduced into the weather Bureau. The predictions Hor Totore made were based the observations at 8 a. In. And 8 p. Rn., and were made the 24 hours from the time the observations were taken. These predictions were necessarily a Little belated As it was several hours before they could be placed before the Public those published in the morning having already nearly half expired and for the evening papers the Case was still worse As the portion the time covered had already elapsed for which the predictions wore most value. The proposed improvement consists in 8an Francisco smugglers pay Uncle Sam $70,000 in duties. San Francisco dec. 20.�?seventy thousand dollars has been paid to the Treasury department by the firm Neuberger Heiss so co., members which were indicted for smuggling. Tile Money is supposed to be in satisfaction the claims the government against them. The matter dates from september when a Case consigned to the firm fell from a Dray and burst open revealing smuggled goods. The entire consignment was seized As were several subsequent consignments and nearly All proved to be falsely invoiced. Most the invoices received by the firm during the year wore inspected by s. M. Cashin the Deputy collector who has been dismissed for alleged complicity in the a take my Money Cincinnati dec. 18.�?there came near being a re enactment the bloody court House riot 1884 Here this morning. A great mob taxpayers and others crushed into the county treasurers office to pay their taxes and avoid the penalty. The Bills were delayed until yesterday and it was impossible to take in All the Money presented. One Man put a revolver under the nose the receiving clerk and said he would shoot if Tho Money was not accepted and receipted for at once. The great crowd the outside grew riotous and hurled stones through the windows. One Man was knocked insensible and two women were crushed almost to death. A riot Narm was sounded and a Large body police arrived and by vigorous action cleared the streets and drove off the More belligerent rioters. There is great excitement Over the Alf senators introduced enough Bills and resolutions for months. Louif list a objects provided for debate after the holidays. The House Waits for the speaker and the recess. Monday. Washington. Dec. 14.-among the departmental and other communications Laid before the Senate by the vice president and referred were the following report the government directors the Union Pacific Railroad company. Awards the court claims . French spoliation claims. Among the Bills introduced and referred were the following by . Squires for a Monument to Gen. U. 8. Grant in the City Washington. By . Felton to Amend the steamship subsidy act. To execute certain treaty stipulations As to chinese immigration. By . Cameron several Bills to adjust pensions those who have lost eyes limbs the use them. By . Gallinger for the better Protection the Public service. By . Peffert to increase the number chaplains in the army. To regulate the rate pensions. For the re taking a special supplementary census. For the biennial publication a military Register the United states. By . Harris to repeal All Laws discriminating against the circulation state Banks. By . Cokes to Amend the Laws in rela Tion to National Banks and to retire their circulation. By Washburn defining options in a a futures Aud imposing taxes thereon. By . Male to establish a permanent census office and to provide for taking the 12th and subsequent censuses. By . Mitchell to prohibit absolutely the coming chinese into the United states whether they Are chinese subjects otherwise. By . Fryou to establish a Marine Board for the advancement the interest the merchant Marine to Amend the Laws As to the regulation steam vessels admitting to american registry vessels built in the United states and owned by american citizens residing abroad for a commission the subject the alcoholic liquor traffic to Amend the act As to the life saving service to Amend the Pacific Railroad acts to extend the time for filing French spoliation claims. By . Carlisle to reimburse the several states for interest paid moneys expended in raising troops by . Manderson for a Survey the Interior Alaska by . Sherman for a uniform classification wheat Oats Rye. Etc. By . Chandler to regulate and improve the civil service the United states to allow the pay the rear Admiral to commodores while acting As rear Admiral. By . Mitchell pen Sioning soldiers who served in Indian we ars. By senator Cameron Bill providing that All persons the pension Rolls and All hereafter granted pensions who have lost the sight both one Eye both hands feet so As to be totally disabled one hand foot so that they May be nearly helpless and require the attendance others shall be granted a pension $100 a month. Those who have lost an Arm at the shoulder a leg at the hip Are to receive Suo a month those who have lost an Arm at the Elbow a leg at the knee $55 a month and All who have incurred contracted Otner disabilities Are to receive a sum per month equal to the total the rates for All Tho other disabilities. Or. Delphi offered a Resolution calling the War department for report As to whether the provisions the last River and Harbor Bill to prevent the unlawful obstruction the navigable Waters the United states have been enforced and if not Why not. Agreed to. Or. Aldrich moved the amendment to the Rule which to gave notice last week regulating admission to the floor the Senate. Tho amendment was adopted. The principal change is As to clerks to committees and clerks to senators. They Are admitted when a in Tho actual discharge their official duties a and it is provided that clerks to senators a must be regularly appointed and to borne the Rolls the Secretary the Senate As Tho Senate then went into executive session when some nominations were referred to committees and then at 1.20, the Senate adjourned until tomorrow. Tuesday. Washington dec. 15. The vice president in the Senate today announced the appointment . Morrill As Regent the smithsonian institution to till a vacancy. Among the Bills introduced arid referred were the following by . Morrill for Tho Purchase a site for a building for the supreme court till United states for the endowment Howard University under the act aug. So. 1890 for a Bronze statue the late prof. Baird the smithsonian institution for a Bronze statue Christopher Columbus in Washington and the removal the naval Monument to a new site extending the privileges Tho mail free from postage to historical societies. By . Sherman to promote and encourage the display the flags the United states. For Tho readjustment grades officers the subsistence department the army. For a military Post in toe Interior Alaska and for the exploration and Survey the Valley the \ Ukon River. By . Doll in for fortifications and other sea coast defences. By . Proctor to reorganize the infantry Tho army and increase its efficiency to repeal the Law for the examination certain officers the army to regulate promotion therein and to extend Lineal promotion to first lieutenants. By Hausa rough to fix the pay and allowances veterans the army. By . Quay to Mark the lines Battle and positions the army Northern Virginia at the Battle Gettysburg to furnish the Gettysburg memorial association with specimens the urine. Etc., used at the Battle Gettysburg to Arneaud Section 22 the interstate Commerce act. By . Mitchell for the development silk culture in the United states. By . Plumb for the establishment an insurance Bureau for the Protection he Public interests in the District Columbia. Or Morrill introduced a joint Resolution which was passed to till the vacancies in the Board regents the smithsonian institution in the class other than members Congress. It appoints William Preston Johnson Louisiana in place Noah Porter Connecticut resigned and Renews the terms Henry cop Nee Pennsylvania and m. Meigs Washington d. Or. Manderson offered a Resolution which was agreed to calling for copies correspondence in the Case Nicolino Mileo a naturalized citizen Tho United states brought Here by his father when Only to years age who has been imprisoned in Italy and compelled to perform military service. Or. Quay offered a Resolution which was referred to the committee foreign relations instructing that committee to inquire whether the acquisition those portions the mexican states Sonora Chihuahua and Coahuila that lie North the 29th parallel is practicable and for the interest the United states senator Cullom today introduced a Bill providing for the adoption and use a uniform Standard car Coupler and regulating the operation and control freight trains used in interstate Commerce and providing Tor the greater safety Railroad employees. The Lull provides that ail common carriers whose duties include the coupling cars and who Are members established organizations railway employees May within six Mouths Atter the passage this act vote upon the Choice an automatic car Coupler. Such Coupler May be the vertical Type but must be so devised As to couple by Impact and to dispense with any person going Between the cars to couple uncouple. Every common earner is to be entitled to one vote for every freight oar owned leased controlled and the employees entitled in the aggregate to one third As Many votes As May be cast by All the common carriers the interstate Commerce commis Ion to have the Power to decide upon the Validity the votes cast. Of not less than 600,000 votes have been ca9t.and the entire vote for any particular Coupler is not less than 600.000, the commission shall certify these facts to the president who shall Issue a proclamation declaring the Coupler chosen to be the Standard safety car Coupler for use in interstate Commerce. And in Case no Choice is made the president shall appoint a commission five competent persons to determine the Coupler Best to to used. The Bill further provides that All carriers Are to equip at least to per cent each year the number freight cars used and also to equip every engine with the Power Brake known As the Quot driving wheel the Senate adjourned until tomorrow. Washington. Dec. 17.�?in the Senate today Tho president pro tem. Laid before the Senate the credentials senator elect Hill new York and they were read and placed file. Or. Turpin then addressed the Senate in support the joint Resolution which was introduced by him dec. To proposing an amendment to the Constitution providing for the election United states senators by a direct vote the people the several states. At the close . Turpie a speech the joint Resolution was referred to the committee privileges and elections. Or. Mitchell offered the following Resolution. A Titch was referred to Tho committee foreign relations. Resolved that the committee foreign relations is and is hereby instructed to inquire into the and visibility appropriate action looking to the invitation the governments the world to a conference to be Beld in connection with the world columbian exposition at Chicago for the purpose discussing Aud recommending measures by which tile principles arbitration May tie Mineor i rated in treaties conflicting International Laws harmonized and an International court established having jurisdiction in cases which governments shall fall to Settle by negotiation and to report by Bill otherwise. Or. Mitchell also introduced a Bill provid aug for the construction two first class Revenue cutters for service the Pacific coast. Or. Stewart then proceeded to address the Senate that part the presidents message relating to free coinage. He said that the president was Labouring under a misapprehension when he stated that the advocates free coinage believed that the act 1890 would raise Silver to Par and keep it there l hat act lie observed was opposed by the democrats who had voted solidly against it. Tho anti Silver republicans with the votes the free coinage republicans had passed the act As a Compromise measure. The act provided for the redemption Treasury notes in Gold and Silver Coin and it was the a Tut the Secretary the Tress Ury to Coin enough Silver to provide for such redemption. There was no warrant Law he said for the Sale Bonds to buy Gold for the purpose redeeming Treasury notes issued under the act 1890. The redemption act 1875 had authorized the Sale Bonds for the redemption greenbacks outstanding the 1st january 1879, and for no other purpose and there was no reason to suppose that sufficient Gold would come into the Treasury for the redemption the notes issued under the act 1890. Consequently they had to he redeemed in Silver. He contended that the act 1890 amounted to a pledge that the government would maintain free coinage. It has expressly declared in that act that it was the established policy the United states to maintain the two metals a parity with each other upon the present Legal ratio. The act referred to the parity Between the two metals not the parity Between Tho coined dollars a Par with Gold dollars and by a Promise redemption Iii Gold. So Long As Silver was a commodity and was denied any the rights and privileges which applied to Gold it would be deprecated in Tim Market. There wins hut one Way to maintain the parity Between the two metals which was free and unlimited coinage both. The Silver in the Silver Dollar and the Gold in the Gold Dollar would never be equal in value until each could be exchanged at the mint for a Dollar. Ile argued that free coinage was necessary to enlarge the basis circulation and credit. In 1873 there were $7,500,000.00 1 Gold and Silver Coin Iii the world Alloi which was Money ultimate redemption Suita dle for Banks and Public institutions. The rejection Silver had reduced the amet real Money about one half. I Here Tad been no material increase in the Gold Coin the world since Silver was de monetized. Tho Gold Coin the world did not exceed $3,760,000,000. He urged that there Wras in possibility a Hood Silver under free coinage that no Silver would return from Asia and that Europe had no Silver to spare France lie said had More than half the Legal tender Silver Europe which slur did not desire to dispose . It a it tis Ness thursday. Among the Bills introduced and referred were the following . Gallium Era increasing Tho rate pension granted for wounds received disabilities incurred in the Navy during the late War to $50 a month when the men served Hoard vessels whose officers received the thanks the Secretary Tho Navy for gallantry and endurance. Also a Bill making it lawful for Tho governors the several states and territories to Sond free through the mails to the several official departments each state territorial government being at the capital Eracli state and territory Ami to each state and territorial Library and each Library Hie court last result each such state territory so located such Public books maps minted pamphlets reports care see cities in the courts last resort reports Aud Hooks and pamphlets the several Public departments the state territorial libraries As shall lie printed by Tho authority Eracli state territory for the Public use thereof. Provision is Apio made for an interchange articles similar to those named above Between foreign governments and the states and territories tile United states. By . Teller appropriating $15,000 to introduce and maintain Domestic Reindeer in Alaska. By . Hawley raising com. William k. Major to tile rank and pay rear Admiral the retired list. Or. Paddock from the committee contingent expenses reported Hack the Resolution offered last week for the increase the Senate Force messengers which lie said. Was necessary account the the Purchase Hie Maltby House. On objection by . Platt the Resolution, without action. Or. Morrill gave notice that he would saturday next at the earliest Opportunity address Tho Senate the question discussed by . Stewart. Or. Plumb introduced a Bill to remove the limitation arrears pensions. Pile Senate proceeded to executive business and at 3.10 adjourned till monday. Standing committees. New England men selected for Many important places. Washington. Dec. 17,. Manderson presided Over the Senate today As president Iro tem motion . Cullom Rule 24 for the appointment committees by ballot was suspended and a Resolution was offered but him for the appointment the standing and select committees. The Resolution was read and agreed to they were As follows standing committee. Agriculture . Paddock chairman. Messes. My Milieu Casey Warren Felton George Gibson Louisiana Jones Arkansas and hates. Appropriations . Allison chairman messes. Dawes. Pie my Hale Cullom Stewart Cockrell cell Gorman and Blackburn. Contingent expenses the Senate messes. Jones Nevada chairman paddock and Ransom. Census messes. Hale. Chairman Stockbridge Dixon Hawsbrough Puffer Berry Blackburn Blodgett and a purple. Civil service and retrenchment messes. Wolcott chairman Dawes Stanford Washburn Morrill is Alt Hall Call Gordon and Irby. Claims messes. Mitchell chairman Allen. Stow Art Sanders Petter Pasco Faulkner Vilas and White. Coast defences messes. Dolph chairman Hawley Squire Higgins Felton Berry Gordon Chilton Aud Irby. Commerce messes. Frye chairman Jones Nevada Dolph Sawyer Cullom Washburn Quay. Ransom. Coke Vest Gorman Retina Gibson Louisiana. District columbian messes. Mcmillan chair Man Higgins plumb Wolcott Gallinger Hant Brough Harris Ransom Faulkner Barbour Gibson Maryland. Engrossed Bills messes. Cockrell chairman Allison and Warren. Education and Labory messes. Carey chairman Stanford Washburn Mcmillan Hawsbrough. George it Ign Barbour Kyle. Enrolled Bills messes. Sanders chairman Dubois and Colquitt. Epidemic diseases messes. Harris chairman Kerry White. Irby Stockbridge Gallinger and Felton. Etal nine the several branches the civil service a messes. Power chairman Gallinger Peiter Gray and Vilas. Finance messes. Morrill chairman Sherman Jones Nevada Allison Aldrich Hiscock Voorhees Mcpherson Harris Ransom and Carlisle. Fisheries messes. Dawes Stanford Squire rower Blodgett Call it axiom and Gibson Maryland. Foreign relations messes. Sherman chairman Frye Dolph Davis Hiscock Morgan Butler Kenna and Gray. Immigration messes. Chan Iller chairman Hale Squire Proctor Dubois Voorhees Mcpherson Daniel and Cockrell. Improvement Mississippi River my its Trtan lories messes Washburn chairman Pettigrew. Power Petter Walthall. Bate and Palmer. Indian affairs messes. Dawes chairman plat Stock Bridge Manderson Pettigrew. Shoup. Morgan Jones Arkansas. Daniel and Vilas. Interstate Commerce messes. Cullom chairman Wilson itt Shook Chandler Wolcott Higgins. Liar tis Gorman Jones Arkansas Barbour and cot quit. Irrigation and reclamation arid land messes Warren chairman Stewart Casey. Sanders do Hois Jones Arkansas la Rice Kyle and Gibson Maryland. Judiciary messes. Hoar chairman Wilson. Teller flail Mitchell Pugh t Oke. Vest and George Library messes. Quay chairman Wolcott and Voorhees manufactures ,chairman Dubois. Gallinger Blodgett and Gibson Maryland. Military affairs messes. Hawley chairman Cameron Manderson Davis. Proctor Cockrell Walthall Bate and Palmer. Mines and mining messes Stewart chairman Jones Nevada Power. Warren Felton. Bate Call Chilton and Irby. Naval affairs messes. Cameron chairman Hale. Stanford Stockbridge Chandler. Mcpherson. Blackburn. Lin tier and Gibson i Louisiana. Organization conduct and expenditures the sex Cautivo departments messes. A Liscek. Chairman cake Wilson Proctor Dubois Cockrell Krona Gorman and Blackburn. Patents messes. Dixon chairman Plait san Ders Carey Gray Chilton and Kyle. Pensions messes. Davis chairman Sawyer paddock Shoup. Hawsbrough. Gallinger purple Blodgett Palmer Vilas and Brice. Post laces and Post roads messes Sawyer chairman Mitchell Mcmillan Wolcott. Dixon Wash Burn. Colquitt Blodgett Brice Irby and Chilton. Printing messes. Manderson chairman Hawley and Gorman. Private land claims messes. Ransom Clit pm i Colquitt pase. Teller Sanders Hale and Proctor privileges and elections messes. Teller chairman Hoar Mitchell. Chandler Higgins. Ransom Pugh. Gray and to triple. Public buildings Aud grounds messes. Stanford chairman Morrill Quay Squire Carey Vest Daniel Pasco and Brice. Fulfil lauds messes plumb chairman Dolph paddock Allen Pettigrew Sanders Morgan Walthall. Berry Pasco and White. Railroads messes. Casey chairman Hawley Stockbridge Pettigrew Power Perter Blackburn. Berry. Bate. Gordon and Palmer. Revision the Laws the guided states messes. Wilson chairman Platt Proctor Daniel and Call. Revolutionary claims messes. Coke chairman pug i Brice. Cameron and Sawyer. Rules messes. Aldrich chairman Sherman Manderson Harris and Blackburn. Territories messes. Platt chairman Stewart Davis in Rev Shoup Hawsbrough Jones Arkansas i Arbala. Faulkner. Gordon and Mcpherson transportation route to Tho Seaboard messes Squire Ealr mint Mitchell. Aldrich Casey. Gallon Ger Gibson Louisiana George. Turpin and gov Don. Select committees to investigate the condition the Potomac River front Washington messes. Mcpherson chair Man Kan sym Barbour and Frye. Nicaraguan claim messes. Morgan chair Mao Palmer White Stewart and Mitchell. Woman . Ransom chairman Carlisle George Hoar Allen Quay and Warren. Additional accommodations for the Library Congress. Messes Voorhees chairman Butler Morrill. Hixon and paddock. On presidents message transmitting report Pacific Railroad commission messes. Frye chairman Dawes a Liscek. Davis Carey Morgan. Tup pie f Ait Kner and White. The five civilized tribes indians . Butler chairman messes. Pasco Dawes Cameron and Teller. On transportation meat products . Vest chairman messes. Coke plumb Power and Cosey. On relations with Canada messes Allan chairman Hoar Allison Hale Dolph Pugh Voorhees Gorman and cat Lisle. To establish the University Tho United states messes. Proctor chairman Sherman Dolph Washburn Squire. Butler Gibson Louisiana Barbour and Kyle. Indian depredations messes Shoup chairman paddock . Power Faulkner Coke. Carlish and Kyrie. Qualio cute Nidal messes. Pettigrew chairman a Liscek Sherman Cameron Hawley. Wilson Pel ton Cullom Colquitt Vest Kenna Gray Daniel Vilas and Gibson Maryland. A senators Hill and Vance have not yet taken their seats in Tho Senate the committee placed intended for them were temporarily assigned to other senator at a democratic caucus this morning wills Tho understanding that they resign them in favor tile absent senators Whon they appear senator Hill will Servo the following committees interstate Commerce territories. Immigration relations with Canada expenditures in the Public departments. Senator Vance will retain Tho committee places which he occupied in the last Congress As follows woman suffrage chairman contingent expenses the Senate finance. District Columbia and privileges Aud elections. In the House. Speaker Crisp promises to announce appointments wednesday. Washington d. a dec. at noon speaker Crisp rapped for order and in reverent attitude tile members listened to an Earnest prayer for their welfare by chaplain Milburn. Or. Mcmillin Tennessee offered a concurrent Resolution providing for adjournment from Doc. 23 to Jan. 5, which was adopted. Or. Mcmillin from the committee rules submitted a report covering the appointment committees for the 52d Congress. It provides i that the speaker be authorized to appoint the following standing committees ways and Means elections judiciary appropriations interstate and foreign Commerce Rivers and harbours agriculture Post office Post roads Aud claims Bank lug and currency coinage weights an Meas tiros merchant Marine and fisheries foreign affairs military affairs naval affairs Public lauds. Indian affairs territories railroads and canals mines and mining Public buildings and grounds Pacific railroads levees and improvements tile Mississippi River education labor militia patents invalid pensions pensions War claims private land claims District Columbia manufactures accounts expenditures in the several executive departments expenditures Public buildings rules and mileage joint standing committees Library printing enrolled Hills. 2. Tim speaker is authorized to appoint such select and conference committees As May be ordered. 3. Hie first named member shall to chairman the committee in his absence the second member shall serve at chairman unless tile members select Ono the number to serve. 4. Chairmen committees shall appoint tile clerks thereof. After the report and order had been read . Mcmillin stated that the changes made by the committee had not been Many. Tile committee ways Aud Means had been increased from 13 to 15. Because since Tho committee a As fixed at the former number the membership the House had largely grown and the importance the Eom Pittee made it lit that More members be added. The committee Quadro Centennial Lias been increased from9 to 11, and a similar increase has been made in the committee immigration the committee Indian depredations claims has been abolished for the reason Itiat at the last Congress a Law had been passed submitting these claims to the courts. The name the committee Commerce has been changed to the committee interstate and foreign Commerce. Or. Springer Illinois suggested that Tho designation the Quadro Centennial committee should be changed to the committee the columbian exposition. Or. Mcmillin said lie had no objection to Tho change proposed and the suggestion was agreed to. The report was then adopted. Or. Aloe Tennessee offered a Resolution for the appointment a special committee five members to inquire into the charges made against tile commissioner pensions and the administration ids office. Referred to the committee rules. The list committees . Crisp announced to ids colleagues would lie ready for announcement to tile House next wednesday. By Resolution offered by . Outhwaite Ohio the House ordered Tim doorkeeper to appoint John t. Chauncey a special floor officer at the request the minority. This is in accordance with the usual custom and honors an employee who has grown Gray in faithful service the House. He is very popular and his retention is a source sat t i faction to All. I . Michigan announced tile death his colleague Melbourne h. Ford and in respect to the memory the de i ceased the House adjourned until wednesday with Tim understanding that that Day no business shall be transacted except that referring to Tho recess Resolution and to the announcement committees by the. Speaker. Senate committees. Majority membership As approved in caucus. Senator Hoar put at Tho Hoad that judiciary. Many chances made necessary by reason new members. Washington Doc. 14. The Republican caucus committee has concluded its work arranging the majority tile Senate and the report was adopted at a new caucus this morning among the changes that Are made by the republicans Are the following senator Hoar Massachusetts chairman the judiciary committee vice Edmunds senator Teller chairman the committee privileges and elections vice Hoar Sena Tor Dixon Rhode Island chairman committee patents vice Teller senator Mitchell Oregon chairman tile committee claims vice a Spooner senator Casey North Dakota chairman tilt committee railroads senator 1�?Tettigrew South Dakota chair Man Ali world s fair committee senator Shoup Idaho chairman tile committee Indian reservations vice lord senator Mcmillan chairman the affairs the District Olu Moi a. Vice Ingalls senators Cullom Illinois and Stewart Nevada go die committee appropriations without yielding their chairmanships to secure to the military committee the advantage senator proctors experience in Tim m a department lie was assigned to tile place in that committee made vacant by senator stewarts Transfer to Tho appropriations committee the list committee assignments As submitted to the caucus for approval is As follows . My Rich rules clan Man finance trans per Tai Ion routes to lie Seaboard. Or. Allen relations with Canada select chair Man Public land claims woman suffrage select Indian depredation select. Sic. Allison appropriations Churm ii engrossed Billa finance relation with Canada a Ecta. Or. Cameron naval affair chairman military affairs selective civilized tribes indians select revolutionary claim. Or. Carey education and Lypor chairman Public building and grounds Pacific railroads select territories Patent. Or. Casey Railroad chairman agriculture Anil forestry transportation routes to the Seaboard irrigation transportation and Sale meat. Product a elect organization conduct Index it Endl Tures thu executive department. Or. Chandler immigration chairman naval affairs privileges and election. Indian depredations a elect. Interstate com Merce. Or. Cullom interstate Commerce chairman Commerce appropriation Quadro Centennial select. Or. Davis pensions chairman foreign relations territories Pacific railroads select. Or. Dawes Indian affair chairman approx pad tons fisheries five civilized tribes indians select. Pacific railroads select. Civil service and retrenchment. Or. Dixon patents chairman Post offices and Post roads additional accommodations for the Library Congress select census. Or. Dolt in coast defences chairman Commerce foreign relation Public lands relations with Canada select University the United states select. Or. Dubois manufactures enrolled Bills. Immigration irritation organization conduct and sex pud itunes the executive departments. Or. Fulton agriculture Aud forestry coast de fences epidemic diseases mines and mining Quarto Centennial select. Or. Fry a Commerce chairmen foreign rela tons Pacific railways . Chairman invest Gate condition Potomac River front washing ton select. Or. Gallinger manufacture District Odum bin epidemic diseases examine into several branches the civil service. Or. Hale census chairman appropriation naval affairs immigration private land Dallas re lotion with Canada select. Or. District Columbia census territories pensions education and labor . Hawley military affairs chairman printing coast defences i Alii cads Quadro Cerut Livial select. Or. Higgins manufactures chairman. District Columbia privileges Aud elections interstate Commerce Cost defences. Or. Has cock organization conduct and Exi it end Lutes in the executive departments chairman finance interstate Commerce quadra Centennial select foreign relations pad Fie railroads select. Or. Hoard judiciary chairman privileges and elections relations with Canada select woman suffrage select. Or. Jones Nevada to audit and control contingent expenses the Senate chairman Commerce finance mines and mining. Or. Mcmillan District Columbia chairman agriculture and forestry Post laces and Post Rafin education and labor. Or. Manderson printing chairman rules military affairs Indian affairs. Or. Mitchell claims chairman judiciary Jmst offices and Post roads transportation routes to the Seaboard privileges and elections nicaraguan claims select. Or. Merrill finance chairman Public buildings Aud grounds additional accommodations for Tho Library Congress select civil service and retrenchment. Or. Paddock agriculture and forestry chairman audit and control contingent expenses the Senate pensions Public lands Indian depredations Deleon additional accommodations for Tho Library Congress select. Or. Perter claims examine Hie several branches the civil service census improvement Mississippi River railroads . Pettigrew Quadro Centennial select chair Man Indian affairs Public lauds railroads improvement Mississippi River. Or. Platt a territories chairman judiciary patents revision the Laws. Or. Plumb Public lands chairman appropriations District Columbia transportation and Sale meat products select. Or. Rowers to examine the several branches the civil service chairman railroads transportation and Sale meat products select mines and mining. Improvement Tho Mississippi River. Or. Proctor establish the University the United states select chairman revision the Laws immigration military affairs private land claims organisation conduct and expenditures the executive department. Or. Quay Library chairman Commerce Public buildings and grounds woman suffrage select Bills chairman irrigation claims Public land patents private land claims . Sawyer Post offices and Post Roods chairman Commerce pensions revolutionary claims investigate condition Potomac River front Washington select. Or. Sherman foreign relations chairman finance rules Quadro Centennial select University it United Stales select investigate condition the Potomac River front Washington select. Or. I Shoup Indian depredations select chairman pensions territories Indian affairs. Or. Squire transportation routes to the Seaboard chairman coast defences immigration fisheries Public building Aud grounds University the United states select. Or. Stanford Public buildings and grounds chairman education and labor fisheries naval affairs civil service and retrenchment . Stewart mines and mining chairman appropriations territories irrigation claims nicaraguan claim select. Sir. Stockbridge fisheries chairman naval affairs railroads census epidemic diseases. India affairs. Or. Teller privileges and elections chairman judiciary five civilized tribes indians select private land claims. Or. Warrens irrigation chairman engrossed Bills mines and ruining woman suffrage select agriculture and forestry. Or. Washburn improvement the Mississippi River chairman Commerce education and labor civil service and retrenchment i St offices and to roads University tile United states select. Or. Wilson revision the Laws chairman interstate Commerce. Judiciary Quadro Centennial select Giusi Ruiton conduct and expenditure the executive departments. Or. A Olcott civil service and retrenchment chairman District Columbia interstate Commerce Post office and Post Road Library. The name senator Kyle does not appear upon the above list. Although senator Defier his Alliance colleague is Given four As sign mantis. It is Learned that senator Kyle was approached with a View to ascertaining his preferences but that his response was non committal Aud vaguely hinted at an expectation that the Alliance senators would receive committee assignments from both the Republican and democratic caucuses. Doubt has also Beert cast upon his soundness in Republican principles so that up to this time the Republican caucus has been unable to place him a Thorn it May do so tomorrow the democratic caucus committee had the the minority representation upon the committees under Consldera-1 i Don for some hours this afternoon by did i Little More than consider Tho complexion j the Republican assignments no action i a taken relative to the democratic make i up t in committees the committee will consider the matter again tomorrow. Like a Rifie Bullet. Uncle barn s new torpedo can be shot with accuracy and certainty to a in j Point w thin 700 Yard Newport. R. I., flee. 19 the Tost the Howell torpedo show that All the govern i ment s requirements have been Satis Fao i Torii met. The Board will continue its i trial during the next week to perfect some minor detail 1 today Tho Board went out and made five shots to determine the depth immersion at certain Point the course within too 1 Yards from Tho Mhz be the firing to get. Especially the depth the initial plunge i launching. J the torpedo continues to make Over Tho i required 22 knot though Only four fifths j the possible Power is used. Hie machine i can be shot with the accuracy and ret Tai it y a Rifle Bullet to any Point wit in u j 700 Yards. Senator plumb dead. Worked himself to death Iii spite All warning a Man great Force character. Washington de it 30. A Quot . My god my head my head my head Quot exclaimed taunted Preston r. Plumb Kansas at 6.45 clock this morning and a Lew minutes later lie fell unconscious never to regain knowledge what was going a flout him. A let Tramore Titan five hours afterwards the Broad framed powerful looking Kansas senator wit stretched out dead in his modest apartments 14th St i physician . Philip s. Wales his clerk. B. W. Flenniken. Aud his landlord . Jennings were with him at the end. His wife Ami two children Are in Kansis. Death came from apoplexy the result exhaustion the brain. It was a Clear Case overwork and inattention to the Laws nature. The senator has been known for years As the most pushing energetic hard working member the Hen ate. A year ago lie began to fail his brain became affected and throbbing headaches became More and More frequent. His physicians warned him that continuance his labors meant death but he refused to heed their warnings. He continued to work with the Energy a steam engine until today when still apparently in Filiti vigor and with Many years life before him to died. The news Bis sudden death shocked and startled his friends and acquaintances whom he had u great number la and out Public life. None save those at his bedside knew that he had been taken ill. Many persons who heard it Couch scarcely believe the report. But All acquainted with Tho senator asked whether not apoplexy was Tho cause Neath. A few . Plumb s most intimate friends know that he had been ailing for some time but none Wero prepared for the worst. _ Man most positive views. Senator plumb one who assorted his great individuality. Senator plumb was born Iii Delaware county. Ohio oct. 12, 1837. To left the common school for the printers Case and As a Journeyman Printer went in 1856 to Kansas where he plunged into the thick the political strife then waging Over the slavery question. He at once wont to the front and was chosen a member Tho Leavenworth constitutional convention in 1859. To was admitted to the liar til 1801, served in the Kansas legislature in i8r,0-18 2, being chairman the judiciary committee and was subsequently reporter the supremo court. When the War broke out he entered Tho army As second lieutenant Aud was commissioned a colonel in 1862. After the War . Plumb was elected a member Aud speaker the Kansas House representatives Ami in 1876 was chosen United states senator to succeed James m. Harvey Republican. He took his seat in 1877, and has represented his state As a senator Ever since. His term office would have expired March 3. 1896. Undoubtedly senator plumb stamped his Strong individuality upon Tho legislative history the United states in More permanent character than have the majority his colleague lie was a Man most positive views but always had a keen appreciation the line separation Between the impracticable and the expedient. He was devoted to Republican principles but he never hesitated to Point out what to regarded As mistakes in the policy outlined by the party leaders and to use his Best efforts to Correct them. Ile was peculiarly fitted to grasp details and he amply exer Cisco that faculty As a member the Senate committee appropriations. It was generally understood among his brother senators that senator plumb was unimpeachable in any statement to made concerning Tho intricate machinery Tim government service. He was chairman the committee Public lauds Aud a member the committee agriculture executive departments uie at products and administrative service the Senate. Or. Plumb s social qualities were highly esteemed in Washington. He was wealthy and in addition to his senatorial duties he was actively concerned in Railroad and Industrial enterprises and was widely known in financial circles Asun indefatigable promoter. In appearance senator plumb w As tall Broad shouldered and deep chested and when w armed up in a debate would Halkiu the contre Isle the Senate Cham Bor talking with great Force and directness and making arguments that were generally effective. Clan a Gael wants physical Force Philadelphia. Penn., dec. 16.�?a secret circular has been issued by what is called the Alexander Sullivan Wing the clan a gaol to the different Camps in the United states calling unon irishmen Insomuch As parliamentary agitation has been unsuccessful to return to physicist Force. The circular gives the Large amount Money that has Beon consumed in peaceful agitation and asks what has Baun accomplished. It Speaks about the movements Tho men �?T48 and �?T98 arid declares that they have frightened England into granting Ireland More concessions than All the other movements have accomplished since. It advises that in order to begin the work 15 per cent the funds each Camp should by Cut to a special committee at once. Several members the Irish federation declare that they knew nothing about the circular and that the men at the head the movement were the greatest enemies that Ireland has. The Cook killed and a dozen Hurt. Lima o., dec. 16.�?a fatal Accident occurred the Pittsburg. Fort Wayne amp Chicago Railroad near this City this morning. A freight train was standing a siding when a West bound passenger train came along. The engine baggage mail and Day coaches passed the switch in safety j when a rail broke throwing the rest the train upon the siding i Gaius tile engine i and Forward end the freight. This part i consisted a dining car and two sleepers one which rolled Down a 10-toot embankment. H. J. Manuel Chicago Cook the dining car w As instantly killed. Bloody work by maniac. New York. Dec. 18.�?michael Harvey 34 years old while insane this afternoon shot and killed John con Aughton aged 35, wounded Samuel Hickerson aged 23. And Mary Dickerson. And then blew his own brains out. The shooting occurred at the Board i my Muse 183 Nan Dyke St. Brooklyn. 1 shortly after 12 clock. Catherine Duffy the same address Lumpen from a window to escape from the maniac Aud broke lug ankle. Istock taking. It has its effects upon Trade in general. Taos in slackers a Little As the end the War a it in i hrs. reports from nearly All the great Centre. New York dec. 18. K 1. Dun a co.�?T? week review Trade say in part As the end the year n preaches general Trade slackers and to arc i perhaps not More than the usual disposition to defer i Large transactions until am i r Stock taking i Ami the Holiday. Tho Holiday Trade is now in full Matt and throughout the country is quite Large. It is satisfactory t it that for it a Hearty All i Points the reports which note the inactivity usual at tilt season a Sooh server prevalent and Strong Hel that the business the coming season will be unusually Large and i profitable. Boston report a fair time in Merchan <1 in for the a ii Ion. With Especial acl fity in Holiday Good. Roots and a hues More Active in Inu factored having Liberal Spring i contract Domestic hides firmer but foreign More Active and lower Wool steady with i sales 8,1 go. pout a. And Little activity in dry Good at Philadelphia reports Are less encouraging dry goods Are inactive though the Prospect is Good the Wool Trade is limited Trade in lumber and tobacco quiet i hardware Dull in boots and shoes Only fair with rather slow collections arid in groceries and chemicals steady w Hile Oil Are Dull and paints at a standstill but the usual Holiday auth Ity is seen in jewelry. At Chicago general Trade is a trifle narrower for the week but with Good prospects the receipts wheat Rye Ami dressed beef Are three times and Corn doable last years in cured meats the increase is 33 per cent. And in cattle in per Cut while a slight decrease appears in Barley a clip Roan 80 per cent in lard cheese and flutter and so per cent in Wool. Collections Are usually Large and Money is in Good demand. At Denver Trade is Good but at Kansas City Only fair for tile season the car famine checking the Grain movement. At Little Hock Trade is Only fair Bot at new Orleans receipt Cotton and sugar Aru Large the demand for sugar Good and for Rice moderate and Money is in Active demand at full rates tie Iron Trade shows greater strength and larger sales pig than for a Long time but extraordinary weakness is seen in some finished products. Up go duties. Italian Tariff increases the duty certain american products. Washington dec. 19 a the United state charge do affaires at Rome has forwarded to the state department a copy a modification the customs Tariff Italy which make the following increase duty certain american products Cotton Hoed Oil. 5 lire fixed oils 5 lire Petroleum i lire heavy Oil i lire Coffee 5 lire Aud Pepper 20 Airsa total increase duties 638,764 Franco $183,381. Spofford explains. Merely corrected a clerical error not before discovered by him. Washington dec. 19.�?Tho allegation made in the United states circuit court in now York City yesterday that Ainsworth Spofford. The librarian Congress had so changed the record id office a to make it appear that Tho american edition the encyclopedia Britannica bad Heel up righted within Tim to Days Quiroli by Law when Iii fact it had not been and that Tho truth falsity this allegation depended the result the snit brought by Charles Scribner s sons against. Funk a Quot wag Nalls for infringement the copyright excited in neb comment in Washington. Where . Spofford is so Well and favourably known when a reporter called . Sex afford today at Iii office in the Library her Adolv gave an explanation the allegation. Quot the whole matter inn nutshell a he said Quot consists simply in the Cor reel in a Cleri cat error not discovered until direr weeks ago and corrected by my in occur Alice with my some Point a Distant colonies great Britain Are beginning to take an interest in the Chicago exposition. Sir Henry mood. Hie British commissioner says he Lias numerous inquiries from abroad Aud they Are increasing daily. Capo Ogiony has already appointed Ludwig Weiner As commissioner to see after its exhibit Ami interests. Other South african colonies and state will follow ill example. Ceylon Bas decided to be represented at Chicago and has sent for inform Tion us to freight charges and customs dues the most Gigantic electric lighting Plant in the world is to to constructed in Chicago by the Edison electric lighting company the plan is i furnish Chicago with an Eire Tole lighting service that shall leave in the Shade All similar plants in other parts toe world. The ground alone for a Structure such As the company thinks will till All Tho necessary requirements will Cost from $300,000 to $ Three Bee sugar factories in Californi have closed for Tho season and statements the amount augur made have been sent to the internal a Vonue office. The total production from three factories wag 8.g70.138 pounds. The total Bounty to to paid is $161,400. Sex gov. George in. Gliick Atchison kau., who is a member Tho state Board agriculture has been making extensive investigations As to Tho condition the wheat crop in this Section he says the Prospect is worse than he has Ever seen it. Dry weather and late seeding Are assigned As causes. Generous Rains however have been failing for 24 hours Over northeastern Kansas Aud it is believed the Prospect will Brighton materially. Tho Treasury department has ruled that Trio consolidation several con sign men to foreign goods in Cue invoice is contrary to Law. Aud such invoices Are not valid for purposes entry. It is said at the state department that the ratification by Hie germ in Reich Stag the commercial treaty with Austria Hungary carried with it the approval Tho reciprocal commercial arrangement Between Germany and the United states that being one the terms the agreement. Tho agreement will therefore so into effect fab. I next. The new South Wales parliament after a disorderly sitting 36 hours duration passed the government Tariff. The result was reached How Ever Only by the application the cloture. The vote stood fifty in the affirmation to three in the negative. The members the opposition in tile House however who were opposed to the Tariff did not vote having left the chamber in a body before the ballot was taken. Tho London times in its financial article this morning says a we doubt whether the proposed Virginia debt settlement wit increase the credit Virginia and indirectly enhance railway securities. Tho bondholders who think it Worth while the stand out against this iniquitous settlement live a perfect right to do so and will de serve the thanks the commercial com in Unity should they succeed in making bet Ter terms for the buds rest 2m� the result the meeting. At a meeting the directors the no Braska mortgage Aud investment company held at Fremont last week. Application was made to the District court for the appoint incur a receiver for the concern. The Nebraska mortgage and investment Coin Nany was a heavy financial concern which had done business for about five years having a Paul up Capitol #250,018. Its management was in the hands c. H. Tour Ray through whom it a been brought into disrepute. Lie having wrecked it it is alleged by gambling tile Chicago Board Trade. An officer the company states that the concern owns sufficient real estate and other property which if sold at fair values will pay every Dollar indebtedness Ana 50 cents the Dollar to shareholders. Little business Likely to be done. Washington. Dec. 20.-�?the death senator plumb has negatived any disposition the part Congress to engage in legislative business during Tho few Days that remain before the beginning Tho Holiday recess Fig the Senate will doubtless acquiesce in the action the House end adjourn wednesday Oyer Tho holidays

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