THtf WORLD AT LARGE. iSumiaary x>f the Daily News. ; ' '•' •WASHINGTON NOTES. I*RE»IDENT CLEVELAND returned to "WashJnjrton on the 22d from his trip to j Buzzard's Hay. j IT in beginning' to look a trifle I equally for C. H. J. Taylor, the colored 'recorder of the District of Columbia, '•who is at the head of the democratic negTO Organization which has been soliciting soliciting funds for campaign purposes. The ciril service commission was look- | ing the matter up. and it was rumored ! that Taylor would be removed from office. • : Tim anticipated enactment of ,the »e\v tariff bill has affected the wool market in England, according to a '• re-, port to the state department fcpm iJniten States Consul Meeker at Brad- jford. .;It has caused quicker rates than -cver known before; buyers are eager Ito anticipate a brisk demand from the -United States and farmers were anxious to tun) their fleeces into ready money, in The prices showed an average advance •of >^ t»> 1 cent a pound over last year, 'caused by the tariff bill changes, as the consumption of the home trade did «iot warrant the advance. vent REPRESENTATIVE HUDSON (pop.), of Kansatv has introduced a resolution into tbie house for the appointment of three pension commissioners instead of a one. One would represent each polit- ical party, including the populists. They would hold office six years, and in disputed cases a majority of. the Aboard would decide. . Mr. Hudson also introduced a.bill for the coinage of all .silver from American mines into stand :ard silver dollars. ' ,i THE -^civil service commission has •unanimously found C. It. .1. Taylor, re corde'r of deeds for the District of Co lombia,Jruilty of soliciting campaign contributions from colored employes of the government. 1 THE president on the 24th signed'the general deficiency appropriation bill the »last of the appropriation bills of the session. THE Panted States may have to pay a big bii.t to Colombin, one of the Cec- tral American republics. She persists "in a claim and points to a treaty of 1840, whjch declares that the Colombians Colombians shall not be assessed any duty upon their products imported into the United States higher than like articles imported from any other foreign country. country. That means, they contend, ' if any articles entered the United States free froiii Brazil and Cuba .they should enter free from Colombia also, regard- in be be less of reciprocity treaties. Just what | mC the total/will amount to no one can tell at present., but steps arc being taken to ascertain the amount from statistics.' : GENERAL NEWS.