". iihington Letlar. Li t 1 i ; ! -.::ug ttiiili the vl : L I 1 i t t L t C 1 1 t 1 ,v. liMt-jof the propoutou. A rv.v. . tno bsncn of tno bapraine c.mrt i i.-iiv re2arJe;l as the hintsr Iiolli be paid to an American ir.w7.-r and next te the honor of receivm? it ;s i'a: of bestowiug it. It Is exireia.'iy r tv t.-.h.'m !.-? cs scorng la preideats as in 1 uld I fc 11- t i r - . ; ; ;e riKiro leaving snca a va- t it ;!9 successor bad. been v i : inrty to sav iiO.::ii;.a .- ,; so iLrt man who h isueie -i I Ik a it 1 y Le . ; i (arciatiou of any nora;ra rr y iia . .-v. oiiv ivmn wo ces obtamabia . . . i o : i thi repabiican senstors ft e l l :.: tnr.v may be ehosc-n. a:;u ti.e s v 11 r t e :- "J. winch would make Ui-1 con-ev con-ev l l t y 1 v c 1 hi C r i a a pr j i b : : . ; :nr-. in to uaiieva Uifti tw-y r & t c h an p Co t t 1 r- a s I t j r f I t 1 1 t o p P l f t e r It an T the t 11 f r t e ! a: vi me silver uiw is deader tnasi !.; I V:'r-i l-ird I1H:-I. H 8878 36 tU'iW ii.:t LL.re:--foiirihs. and believes to. .j - :.ii:h. of iun repnblit'ans in th 1 v to v 1 f .".in;?.ht to arvoie. i'. hi-:i Hhs udio tats time been iiiic i i .- iiij -l iuit'oriaiu tauiOH in tno legis-u legis-u of tins session of t. ontreni. Ji -' . . .- aou several occasions, in beta the Li .. a t-:ii! Miuaie. unset camfnljy pio I h ty l .',; WMi of a day thronarn adjoariicseut i a wain os rein.2; to toe mru-)ry of 1 t oi u Li o a ill tnii 'thmg Biop.-- bo far as rcsoeci to the dead goes these ad'.onrumems a. e rio tne closing of the government de-oaiiinonts de-oaiiinonts upon 'similar oicasions farces, waich enable government em iiiovos. frniii Coiifrressmen- to laborers ;o reniam ai work inan to mate a pn'iuc .vi iae lunersl davs oi prominent men an tr.ey now do. as a rule, ltie line will hare to be drawn somewhere, and mf,r.y Consressmen favor a law conSn ing the adjourning of Congress and closing the departments in honor of 3.:a5 mc-a to deaths of men In office, Tho republican Senatorial cancas has in its wisdom decided that Utah, Oklahoma Okla-homa and New Mexico are fit subject f.jT statehood, and that they shall be admitted ad-mitted at this session, if ominous if fiere be any time left after disposing of the anti-option bill, the Cherokee strip bill, the Nicaragua canal bill aad tne appropriation bills, not a sing's one of abaca has yst bean passed by the' Senate Ii view cf the doubt, amoncting almost to a certainty, about ths Nicaragua c-.nal bill getting through the lloaoe. u la not surprising that representatives oi the territories named should object u; bf.viDg the canal bill pnt ahead of il-alr on the program. These objeo-tiocs objeo-tiocs are, of course, only whispered, but t'aey exibi all the same, and if it wern net for tho fear of jeopardizing ths ehcnc.-s i t tiielr territories to become -t ;t--s t;iey would be loudly expressed. Th j e.ectloa of Martin to be Snaioi oi the Kansas lagtslature was d u :ai'ag to ths republicans in Con e s who bad some how or other got the mea that t';.G muddle would result in their geiting the senator. The populists say they are satisfied. Not satisfied with the less of time on account of adjournal; adjourn-al; r.ts ths opponents of the To.-rey bankruptcy bill killed some more time by lilUb astering against that bill. S c-reiary c-reiary Fester estimates that there Will be a.i available surplus ia the treasury od Jons 30, 1891, of 153,652.407, bu t ieiii'-erais say that there are liabshtles i on contracts etc, amounting to f lC.Ou), 'M)o that will have to be met before taat late which he has not included. R .'pro icntativo Eoafe, of Tennesaeo, is raiding a siir about the usa of foreign building maib'eiatts construction of tile cm-gr-salons 1 library building,, when j -s god marble may bs obtained fruii' Aaicrlc tu quarries.