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THE WASHINGTON 'CHMLTIO, THURSDAY EVENING, FEI&RIMIIY 7, IFFfl.
.ii':cr.vr of soMii or
Tlm t'lilni-.c MluMer ntul III Accom
plInlimrniK i:lntillliliHr ii I'ruco
ilrnU IVhnt !iiuril n l.lltln UxcIIp
unit n n Urn Acniio.
Mfi In Wnslilngton l.s iitcturcsritiu
Imtn l(i very nature, rthl 1)10 nrlUt
finds mnlcilnl for lil brush In every
vllln mid uvery nvunim, in well ih in
llcliwnja nml bywn.vH Innumerable.
l'lf inn l)CRlii .tlli tlm Chief Muits
Unto, oppressed, by riircR of Btulu, mul,
Ci tliniuiili nil prmliitlnui of tint mul
tone In tlio lolllcklni! 1 ' :iu' jram " n,
pin-if(l liy nutlilii): nt nil Irtr lly
ccn inRft ntul discover In o.icli nn
element rwiit In no other cltv.
Anil ovi'li wlicll tlieso nru uxlintistod
there Mill rvninlii the most plctiircjtitio
futures or nil, wlilcli may bo founil In
the Diplomatic Corps, nbtuhly In tho
Clilnesi', the C2re.ii! nml the l'etiditn
LcKnliniis, anil In u cvrlnlu extent In
tlioso of ltimila mul German v.
Tim first In the I Argent Conation in
thn city, nml Is composed of iintm)
nlly billllnnt mul cultivated men, who
rrinftcnt nil thu ililTcri'iit typos of
their rnuulrynuin. Tlioy nro not
linndfonio, nci'ordliiL' to our standard,
but linvu good features nml tho sorcno
nml nptccnlilo txpro'tdon grown fa
miliar IliroiiRlinripinliitiMicu with their
Josta-a nml tho ntiitne.i of Ilhiiil. liich
oito Is listened to 11 special iluty, or
Intinmcd with n special brunch of re
enrrh, nml thin la ncconiplisliud or
pursued with Mich zeal nml lnlclll
Ken co that tho attache can realty In
form us Americana more thoroughly
on obsenro points in tho history of
our own country than couhl nine
tenths of our compatriots.
The C'lilurso M in liter Is a mandarin
of such lilejh rank that ho stands llfth
only from tho emperor, nml rumor has
it that ho Is one of tho seven richest
men In tho world tho seven Ini.Iirlifi.:
the famous ItothsrlilhlH. Mlsjownls
uril mnnulllcent, mul it la n wull-'tuown
fact that ho was one of lh lieavy pur
chasers when tho Imperial rezullit of
Franco werq broken up anil hoTiI.
Ho Is n man of mhhllo hulirht. with
phenomenally small lunula and feet,
piercinc brown eyes, a fair nklu,-ami
two dimples that iiiako his sinl'o
doubly pleasant, Iliti tiinntieM aro
cxqnlidto, nml lie carries his hnipltallly
to the point of interpreting literally
tho IIomlltv phniHCH.of his nallvo laiitf.
lie Is an immense fnvorilo In society,
and Is kept perpetually on tho wlnir,
Ilka n gorgcoiiH buttertly. Ills tas'.o
Is perfect, and tho rich ntul harmonious
toilets he wear nro tho onvv and ad- I
miration of all roIoriuLi. lie speaks
very good Knullsh, ami has a distinct
wit, which bu exerclscu very cleverly
Huiii usually accompanied on his
social round by Mr, Clinn Fan Moar
(thu new Interpreter lie brought buck J
from rent when tho liamlsomo young
ottncho l.tnnu; was sudpenilcd from
'duty), Mr. Ho Shun dice, tho trans
lator, and Dr. You Jlar Shoo, tho
M. I), of tho Legation. Mr. Moar la a
plgnntlc blotula Chinaman, with a pio
Olq na rectilar as a Greek Matue. Ho
comes from tho North of China.whcro,
owing to tho. severity of tho mimptuary
laws, tho raco Is kept intact iib to Ita
unuBiinl slzuuml peculiar attributes.
Mr. Ho Bhcn Unco has boon twice
in this country In a diplomatic capa
city. Ho la a Chrhtlnn, nnd was edu
cated at tho English eoliei;o nt Canton.
Ills English la tho wonder of nit who
bear htm speak, for not only has ho a,
fluent command of thu language, hut
lie Is nblo to exprcB! tho nicest abodes
of meaning. Ills father was ono of
the progressive- lendcis of his day, nnd
tit accepted readily such foreign Innova
tions as no deemed goon lor ins peo
ple nnd worthy of grafting on thu In
stitutions of his country. Ono of tho
special duties of Mr. Ho (for tho llrat
cited name is tho ono by which they
nro called), Is to collect, tramilato nnd
inako three copies of every Item, good,
hnd or Indifferent, truo or false, that
appears in tho daily press about China
nnd tho Chinese In their relation to
this country. As nil thu transcribing
Is dono with a brush, nnd the most
dcllcato euro has to lie expended on
every character, his is at times an al
most overwhelming labor, and keeps
tbo nmlnblo attache closely bouud to
his dcak for tunny hours daily.
Dr. Yow Is probably second only to
, tho Minister in popularity for ho has
ndopted with ciitlniilasin nil of tho
fnvorito fads nnd amusements of so
ciety nnd has tho linpples mingling of
Chinese courtesy and American gal
lantry that can bo imagined. lie Is
one of thu most ficquently invited
"assistants" at afternoon reception'),
nnd pours ten ns often as any belli) of
the season. IIo has nn established
reputation as a ten maker and suit
oven tbo most fastidious palates. HI
own dally nllowauco is fourteen cup
so lie may bo called a practical hand
j at tho concoction of the fragrant buy
crnge. He la passionately fond of riding,
''and thevu Js nover a drag hunt of a
pnncr hunt whero tho Blunder llttlo
Oriental Is not in tho front rank of
hnrd rhleis, his silken ropes stream
ing in tho wind, his hat off and on
mm his long black cuo whipping his
shoulders as his hoi so Imps ntul
plunges over every obstruction, for ho
slops ni nomiui;. jiu it iriim iiiu
South of China, and his soft voice nnd
"htuooth enunciation nro very plenslng.
11 Ho Is nn accomplished tluto player,
and has a great repertoire of thu clam-
Ical music of his native land.
AT Till! I0CTOmV CONOIIUSI.
IIo Is thu flint Chlucso physician
who wus ever present at the Congrega
tion of Doctors, which met In Wash-inj-,ton
somo eighteen months since,
nml It Is dllllcult to say which was tho
tnoro delighted tho Congregation with
Us now acquisition, or tlio acquisition
with Its now associates, flu tells
ninny quaint stories of tho medical
11 practice Hint rules Chlnn, nnd has n
very lnudahlo but cxltoiucly modost
piltlo In tho ndvnnccmoiit ho has mado
.-in his studies during hU stay In
Tho Coicans aro tho youngott diplo
mats among us In point of olllcl.tl rec
ognition, mid tho origin of thu mission
is Bomowhnt peculiar. In tho alxtlue),
n vef sol called tho W. T. Hlierm in was
cast away In a typhoon on thu ooatt of
Cotcn. Tho survivors of tho wreck
wero murdered by the natives, and thu
cargo was slczcd mul conuscatml. On
the iccctpt of tho uuws our (lovurn
nu'id demanded Indemnity uf China,
linving always considered Coroii a
tributary of that country. To tliU do
main! answer was mado that "(Joroa,
being nn iiidepcmleiit sovorehinty,
nuibt settle her own debts." 1'lnu
rnino tho troubles that culmlnatod In
Site storming of Buii-tol-mnki but tho
t;ou'n ns. uiuugii iney lougui wuu iiiu
fury nml Intelllgenre oi demons, woro
nviTtlirown. their fort nnd stand mis
captured, nnd n treaty forced from them,
rot, however, boforo poor Hugh Mo
Kce'u bipod had been spent, and tho
brave son bad hcon sont at tlio point
oi tlio spear to join ItU father, who
died In Mexico under prcclsoly tho
Then enhio dlsptltcs between Cnrcn
(Mid China legiirdingthotilbutM motii'V
jaild by the former to the latter, which
elided in tlio wltlilinlding oi inn in- i
lmto for two or three successive years.
This brought n threat of war fnlin tho I
(npeor, nml then, after vnrliiiiH dip-I
himnllc "haeklimt and IllllllL'S." tho
' Coreans asked ri'cngnltloil as nn hide- ,
i pendent sovereignty by our Onvein- ,
I incut, quoting, lis tho basis of their re
1 quest, thn declaration tnndu by China
ip tho iifTalr of thu Vf. T. Sherniaii.
I Knwu hnvo a Corean Minister and
Miite;or,ii.lhcr who bnd, for tlm Minis
lei a man id most gentle manners an 1
pkiit-nnl mldrcsH was so liroot rated
with lintiK sickness that ho had tube
lernlUd, mid Mr. I'nlc, who succeeds
him, nnd who Is now en roulu for
Wmdilngton, bus been urnntcd tlio
hlthcrln unheard of permission to
l'liug his wife and sletcr with him.
It is the first llmo a Corean lady lias
ever letn peimittcd to lcavo her rouu
try, and the ladles of society lioro aro
eilgi'r with curiosity to seo tliesu fair
prisoners of prejudice. Dr. and Mrs.
Allen nf the Legation nru positively
besieged with inquiries ns to whether
the Indies will receive or mako calls,
how they will di ess, whnt they will do.
ami If they nro metty this abovo nil
other questions; but It is not yetdo
cjded w lint social Intcrchnngucan be
had, fpr the wholu experiment is so
novel mul dnriiiL' that nn entirely new
ccdo will hnvo to be created to meet
A ROVSIX OP TUB KINO,
Mr. Yols the Chargo d'AlTalres ad
interim, nnd icpicsents his country
iflth much dignity. IIuiBnrousin of
the Klmr and u young man of some
nolo In his own land. Ho speaks ro
mnrknhly pure English and loaves n
good impression of his home and peo
ple upon an wno taiK wuu mm. no
is tall nnd fair and broad. His hands
nro well shnped, but.- though dimpled
like n woman's nt the knuckles, tlioy
are singularly unlike any Eastern hand
I hnvu ever seen ns to pilm nnd
fingers. Tho former is strong and
sinewy, like thu German palm, whllo
thu latter nru sqtiaru at tlio ends, with
nil thu marks chiromancy appropriates
to mechnnlcnl genius nnd n taste for
tliir exact scicnccsv
Tlio fneo Is of n type utterly strange.
The features In reposo liavo tho air of
n musk, mid the contour of tho head Is
tho inoHt extraordinary I hnvu over
seen. Tlio costumes aro quaint and
ugly, i ml, If possible, tho court drc3s
la ugliest of nil. The lints aro exceed
ingly trying, but, like qvcry other
fcntuic ol ti national drees, tlioy havo
their motif. Tho outdoor hat Is set on
top of tho head, with no attempt nt
fitting, It is mado of homo hair, and
is worn In nnd out of doors because of
n minder once committed on royalty
by n dagger stroke on tho unprotected
hrad. Tho court lint is also of horso
hair, tlio two llttlo gauzy wings spread
on each sldo typifying tho speed with
which they fly to do tho Xing's will
or to sun themselves in ins presence,
A BTAW.B OP KXCITESIEN'f.
Hero is n little space left for a word
on tho lUiss nnd the Prussian. Tho
horso nnd coachman of ono nnd tho
ehiticur of (ho other form tho stnplo
of social excitement. A year ago there
suddenly appeared a most beautiful
horse on our streets. It was liko the
ono in thu Bedouin lovo song "shod
with file;" ltdnnccd ns daintily ns n'
belle In n minuet, and was just ns con
Ecious of the 'admiring crowds that
stopped to look nt htm. Very llttlo
hnrncss obscured his satin coat, tho
wind of tho stunpes was In his silken
mnnc, nnd tho breath of freedom was
in his nostrils. Far above his proud
crest rose tho arch familiar In tho
"Tro'kn" pictures, .and behind him
rolled n low basket carrlngo mounted
on tho tiniest of wheels, nnd manned
by a inujlk out of ouo of Tolstoi's best
and happiest stories, ,
IIo wns n man of great staturo nnd
brendth, und his patriarchal beard
nnd lone; hnir mado him n marked
figure. Ho was anlvaa, of courso, mid
ns tho dnrling of his Heart would
pi mice nnd curvet ho would mutter tho
most extravagant lovo words to it, his
great chest swelling nnd his eyes
flashing with prldo.
The turnout belonged to Mr. Qrcgor,
the clovcrcst, lenst hmidsomo and tho
most popular diplomat from tho Euro
pen n Continent. Tho horso was an
OilolTnnd wns his; tho mujlk wns
from one of tho family estates nnd had
been his befoin the emancipation; thu
cnrrlacn was ono ho had brought over
from Itutsia and called by n name war
ranted to give bronchitis on first trial,
nnd tho harness wus tho national ono
for use with that special vehicle.
Finally for tho chattcur, that thing
of lni-o nml feathers, that creates so
much i:ossli and speculation ns to its
utility end intent.
Tho (Jcruinn Minister. Count Arco
Valley, net him up literally on tho box
of his carrlnge, clnd In enough gold
lnco to rig out n majnr-guncrnl, and
wearing n chnpeati over which flutters
and bounds a wholu roost of cock's
feathers. A sword belt ctnsps his waist,
nnd from It depends n bono of conten
tion "Ib It n sword or isn't it n
nworili" being thu question Iiiiuiu
dintely naked by tho startled ftranger,
who lliluka It must bent lenst n ills
tinpulslied survivor of tho latu war, or
perhaps General Heimlich! himself in
dulging in thu harmless eccentricity of
rhllng on the box sunt nf n landau.
Long paragraphs hnvo been written
about him, but this last point Is still
left In the Kcabturd, so tospuuK;
"inn a incucy wear n sworm
A CllV.W JtATlXU.lHH'.Si:.
Humor In llottiiii Unit Ilium Not Hmiick
uf lh Wit of llu. Hull.
Tbo Impecunious clerk u!u luxvo not
time (t) to dltio at Youiik's or l'uiker's
hive st lcnit somo coinpeusatluii In tku
"Isutlb-stid-grow-fiit" plan which attracts
so many of tlicin sseuitoiutr to tlio "Hotel
do Crack," is one of tbo Mtlni; ttnllt uf thu
limited ipseo Is called. Jollity toeiut to
tiiolilcn tbo ssndwlclies and lUvor tbo
doiiRlitiuts, nd for tbo very ronton th.it so
mtny Jokis are crsckeit Its oogmnuen has n
double slciillicunce. A yoiiu nun stuiis Iu
Slid takes a tent, aud when aikod for bis or
uer rej'llr sulttly, "Dogt." Tbo young
fill It used to that order, ami calls out to
llip kllrlien, "Cineies for one " Tnunext
n mer do not wait tn giro her tils order,
bill wlittilcn at If rallluir a doit, and tbo
pill rvpratt tbo flrtt urdrr for bit benefit,
"tfutt for ouo." 'tbo next cuitounj
clirt lilt older ftllli dignity, "lUked beaut
williini. "uiiimhii mini, nr r-hik loo
girl, rrtprctfullr wuluug bit answer.
KCockrotcbct," It Ilia tolomu rrply, wlileh
lonvuHet all Die rrtt of Hid Utile. After
the imJit aro o)aml laio comer rutboa
In tmlatkt: Well, barayim Hul un lldng
left T" -NMblng but leavM," rvilfw the
tiuillug UmlUnt, at lie nrociU to watt
hi on bit euitotuw. IIhmIoii btttur.
IMauily, Noitli C'tMfWUiiK', N V., nnd
Mary V Jie; DjuUI ll. UU ami Muild
J. llerlxit; tbtrl.t IIUooo l'roetor and
Mary Praii Uuj'p; Thixan A. Clemeutt
nt llufftlo, N Y , tod rwmli Dray of fort
liiinl, Me. Jobu C. lUllliuwt of Vrixl
nf, ktburer, Vu , and lUttlo llraxlon;
Krrdluaud Miller ami MarearcttA Kullou;
Ldwatd A " " " . ll-qr-
lltt, boibof Iiseola.Yk.1 Joltn A Mown
and Mra, A. . V. Wlitou
and Xtary Vf. Uuuifurtl l.eoro II. Harris,
Carollui County. Vu., and Union Jackson,
BATHER HOUGH HAHDLIHB
Aj;A".r jt.isn:i.'s .irrivic o
tjii: civil, siiurici: i..in.
lln llnllctm Hint HlVm Wlinl CnlKo.t
CloMilniul'H Ilcfrnt .Monin Pmiiti'iil
CnininrntH mi llu- Njntriu.
Another interesting debate on the
civil servieo law took place In tlio Hon
nto jtsterday. Mr. Cockrcll replied
with fervor to Mr. JIawluy's remarks
approving an incrcnu in tiiu Commis
sion. Mr. Daniel of Virginia m ulu mi
attack on tho whole system. Among
other things ho Bald:
Sir. l'rcnliiuiit, 1 shall voto ncnlntt the
ptopotcit liicrincc In tlio iippronrlnllou for
ilie hciii'tlt of tlio Civil Bervli'ti C'oininltoii
bfi hiuo 1 do not wMi to vtntiarraxi llio In
coming Administration try nn extra douot
civil servieo reform. Iehnll voto against It
nl;o tiicuusc 1 urn opposed to Unit aystcm,
wlilclll liok upon ns un-Ainerlrmi, nn
ltcptitiHciiu nml uu-Deinorrntlc. Whllo I
icjht'l tlio (Intent of ttieprceiit Administra
tion iu tlio recent ilccllon, I iliouM feci that
there wns f oiiio voncolntlnii In it If the in
crinlng AilmliitstraU6n'slinll manifest no
nfTictlon forthe ninchlno sistcm ot nn
polninieiilii nlilili lins prcvufleil under Ilie
lulnjoimi-ot civil icrvlcti reform.
My objection to tlio '.'Ivll Hcrrlca Com
tnlrsloii Is basid tipon Hie bed-rock pilu
cli'lo Hint It Is not n llilotr Ihutwas over con-
tunplnted by tlic futlii-ra of out Itopittille, '
nml wrs never resorted rbofjept ssarefujo
fioin corruption. Tlio Civil bervlco Com
minion Is a crj'Btnlltzntton ot executive
tower without exicutlvo responsibility,
Tl.c Constltuiltm bos put executive power
In Ilie hands of the President, anil hi curtain
(nres,tn he pinvldtd for by Coinzresi la tbo
hrm.'s of the courts mid tbo President's
(,'nLlint, hud the ftuxito ns tho I'rcslilunl'a I
e.ilvlxtr.-wlih tlio I'retlilui.t, tho courts nnd I
the Cabinet coustitutu tbo solo Coiislilit.
tlcunl repositories of executive power.
iiamuiutt in l'tinuo conkidknce.
Kortbo lait twcnty-llvo or thirty years
wo huTe becomo necustomed In tbis coun
try to eco nil the gn-at corporationswhich
bnd bicnmo ovcrio.idcd wltli debt nnd
which had watered their stock sink Undor
tbcto grievous loads ami pass into tbo
limids of receiver. The Kxecutlvu Depart
ments of tho (lovernnient of tho United
htatie, bankrupt to n ccitnln degreofn tho
respect nnn couiiiieiico oi inu people, ioi
lowed tbo example of tbo baukiuDtcortKira-
tlons that M-rc breaking up nrouiidtbein
mid traorferrrd the executlvo powera of
mis uovctnmcni to inrco receivers, who
by politeness arc ti ruied Civil Servieo Cora
mhsioueis: and tbo function to select tlm
acciils of the people, wbteb tbo foundeis of
tbo Constitution Intended to conflda tcUhutr
own selected and lespontlblo oltlccrd, lias
been side-tracked luto tbo bands of a trium
virate who b61d no responsibility to tho
people and wbo may excrclsa their powers
ust as tbey plcaco without tho correlative
power existing In nny other functionaries to
supervise and to correct them.
"THE CIVIL SKllVICB MACHINE."
Mr. President, there Is a philosophical
reason why this civil tcrvlco machine could
not be a successful one. Tho great princi
ples ot constitutional and of nvunlclp.il law
wbteb are tlio safeguards of public rights
and.of private privileges, tho customs ot
society which' bold It. In the tenure of path
wnjs of lespectabilltyand honor, thocliqiiot
of life which makes tho law ot tho social
circle all tbc60 things aro tho growth ot
ages and hnvo rlpcnrd In their time. This
civil service reform statute sprang up Iu a
night, an unwholesome growth, or rather
not a growth, but a device, an Invention.
It was not a fruit that ripened out ot pub
lic demand and public experience and a
just sense of responsibility. It was an
evatlou of responsibility, and nu attempt to
do In a sldo way what men feared tlioy
could not do directly. And, sir, when this
Civil Service Commission too,k' charge" of
the patronago ot this Government, they
tiiemseivea went inroeyonu wun wub 'con
templated by Congress In ltt establishment.
Avbat right havo three men, sitting lb.tho
city of Washington, to say to an American
Citizen, wbd Is guaranteed all the Immuni
ties of Amorlcau citizenship In our Consti
tution, that bo shall not bold an olllco If bo
Is over -15 jears of agol Aud yet three men,
who were put in power without a'' etuglo
.vote being cast for themi directly or in
directly, old undertako to amend the Con
stitution of tbo United States, to fix a 6tntus
of eligibility to office of which tbo people
bad never dreamed, and to ostracize one
third of tho American people from sharing
tbo offices wlileh tbelr taxes sustain.
TOO MUCH l'OIl A CZ1II.
Sir, If an emperor or czar bad done such a
thins tl that he would havo beard the
howl of tbo people around bis palace; but
It was doho under the decorqus name ot
"civil-service reform," and all parties havo
bowed to It. I am glad tq say, however
nnd It Is an Item which ought to go to the
credit of tho retiring Administration that
under Democratic rule a third of tho Amer
ican people have been rc-enfranchised, and
that when a man gets to middle life, iu tho
maturity of his powers aud in the full tide
of his experience, bo .Is not now prohibited
by clvll-scrvico reform from boldlug office.
, "civil. SEHVICE" was what pid it.
Mr. President, tbero Is Just ouo other ob
Jcctlou that I bavo to building up this sys
tem. Tbo comity of political parties, the
cotnmou seuso ot tho people, the Inst fair-
mindedness of mnn would reguluto the
question ot turning out and kecplug In
oflklal cmDlojcs on a much fairer aud bet
ter lino than any statute If there had
becu no civil service statute tn existence
whnttouver, If President Cleveland and his.
Cublnet nnd his official advlseis had bad
full power to remove eveiy olllccr In this
Federal Uovirumeiit, front tho highest to
the lowest, ami to deeluuulo also the Person
wlio would take the place of tbo person re
mot id, I do not think that tbero
would bavo been auj thing like a
elcnn sweep or a revolutionary cliaugo
limongst tbo servants nf tlio peo
ple; and It President-elect Harrison, com
ing soon Into the Presidency, bad absolute
away and couhl deslguiito eveiy officer hero
In Washington or elsewhere iu tho couutry,
1 have no Idea that there wonld bo a revo
lutionary coudltion ot tblncs and an abso
lute turning over ot tho official agencies of
Uiivciiiinciit Into tho hands of ono party.
It, would bu regulated by tho Illness of
things, by Die amenities ot life, by tlio pcr
tuiialilv and Individuality and services ot
'the. person who was In, or the person who
upi'lled, anil in tneso "piping tunes ot
pinec," when, happily for our country,
party spirit does not roll qulto so high as It
ha rolltd iu olhcrdujs, In either event, you
would have had a conservative administra
ting falily responsive to tho aspiration
aud the opinions ot thd people,
A Noxtotta of Items.
eierufcld V Dallct, cigar manufacturers
ot Toledo, 0., havo mado au assignment.
i-fgmiind (loodman, clothier, Port Huron,
(itorco K. Frazlcr, a medical student,
need l years, ton of Judgo Win. i
Krazler of Caldwell, O,, committed suicide
at lilt lodulngs hi New York yesterday by
Injecting poison luto bis arm with a hypo
dirmle tjilugc. No cause for tho act la
'I be Yolo Alumni Association ot Hartford
held tbelr annual banquet Inst night, tho
linn. K. 0. Itobliisou presiding, Amoni: tho
tpeokers were President Dwlght, Mark
Twain, Charles Dudley Warner, E. (J. Bled
man urn! J, (1. Uatteiton,
Iholhictiunnlnglnto Pueblo will unlto
hi building n $3U0,U00 union stutlou tbero.
New York II ids won live out of seven bat
the hi a codling main in Union County, N,
J., jutirduy. Considerable betting was,
Xiimliiiitlnnt for IIUIiop of ltlchmoiiit.
Cardinal Gibbons icturncd yesterday af
Icruooii from Itlchinond, whero ho presided
at the choice of three clergymen from whom
the Pope w III appoint a bishop ot lllchuiou J.
Itev. P. I Chnpdlc, D. I)., pastor of St,
Matthcv 'a Church, Washington, formerly
pastor of St. Joseph's Church, and assistant
pastor nf SI. John's Church, lialilmoro.who
ranks klgli lu lilt church at n theologian,
tibularatid speaker, und by Itev, A. Von do
Yjon, Wear-general of Ihodlocete of llleh
mond, il It generally uuderstood aro two ot
the Ibrro whose names bavo been sint to
ltome for bishop, and probably Dr. McCou
m II, president of the American Collego at
ltome, Is tbo third,
A XOI III. St IT
A I'rlntrr Wants $10,000 for IIcIiir
IDIfrlmrKi-il l"rnm tlm II. I'. O.
Hubert 0. Iiwry, n soldier, book
binder by trulo. hnn sued Publbl
l'tlnter llenedicl for $10,000 ilnmiiges.
lli stntcs tint ho wrw employed In tho
Government I'llnllint Olllco in 187:1,
nnd Fitys Hint lie Is ns fully competent
ns nuy pcrwm n i-mployed. Ho state i
Hint In tho tuluctlon of the force hu was
entitled to In retained under section
n, chapter!), lawsnf 187(1. which pro-
ides that In iiiakiiicaiiducllon of tlio
forco in nny of the Kxi-rtillvu Depart
ineiitH tbo bend of t o Department
shall rctnln those pernnm who nro
equally (pmllfled and who havo been
honorably tllichnrged from tho army
Notwllbstniidlng this fact, hu s.tvi
that In .lime, IfiSH. the ilerendnnt wil
fully, mnllclniisly nnd nnlnwftilly ills
In a second lonnt the plntntlff refers
to thu resolution ndopted January fit).
ieS8, ntitboiiiliig tho Commltleo on
Fiintlng to inxi'ttlgulu the manage
ment of thu Government Printing
Oflice. This involved nn Inquiry an
to whether certain ccctioiis of tlio
Kevlsed r-'lntutes hml been duly oh
served In making nppulutmeuts mid
This did not nccissltato nny Inquiry
ns to Si el Ion il, chnpter S7o of tlio
laws of 1870. Tho committee, ho b.ivh,
its own motion, undertook to In
.quire ns to tills matter, nml thu do
fetidnnt, nlthotigh not obliged to statu
his rrnrnns for hnvlng discharged
l.owry, slated that he had dono ho bo
ciiucu l.owry bnd loaned mutiny to
other employes nt tho unlawful nnd
exorbitant rntu of interest of ten per
cent, a mniith
Iowiy says tlinl tlio
Knew mat mis state
in cut wns false, nnd thnt the defeiid-
niitbnd gratuitously published nn In
famous libel ngalnst him, for wliteh ho
About Snnin of tlio
of the Wlnttir.
Says a special to tho Now York Jiiunml:
Tlio Senatorial contests of tho winter havo
been more than ordinarily Interesting nnd
bavo been watched keenly by tho lolling
men nt Ilie Nation's Capital.
Harris ot irmiessco comes nacK -lor
another tcim of six years In spite of tlio
fact thnt many ot bis friends hardly thought
ho would lnnkc It again.
"Old man Isliimi," as so many of tho
Tennessee politicians call Mm, is pnihnpi
the fluent parliamentarian on the Demo
cratic sldo of tho Senate. Indeed, ho h ouo
of tho few Democrats who pretend to
thoroughly understand tho rulei. black
burn ot Kentucky, when a member of tho
House, bad a great reputation ns a parlia
mentarian, but sliico becoming a member
of the Seuate ho has not cut much of a
figure In this respect, but on tho contrary
has been willing to let others take tho lead.
Illnckburn lias mado several creditable
st cecbes, and has held Ids own as an orator,
but bo has not been half nsactlvo a Senator
at ho was a liepresentutlvc. Harris Is ro
lled upon mora than nuy other man by tho
Democrats to help tbem out of "parliamen
tary tangles, and theru Is much rcjulclug
among bis friends in tbo Senate to kuow
thnt ho Is not to bo rctiied to tho shades ot
It Is a bard matter to find out Just how
old Senator Harris Is. Sometimes, when ho
Is tern creeping about tho corridors ot the
Cnpltol, hu has tbo nppoarauco ot bolug far
advanced In age, but flicn ho engages In
dtbato, wields tho gavel, or expounds tho
lilies, you think that a man wbo Is so
fluent and active cannot bo nearly so old ns
' Nearly all Of tbo Sonatort and Repre
sentatives have el veil their1 azes In tbo Con-
crcsslonnl Directory, but uot so with tbo
senior Senator from Tennessee. IIo doesn't
tell tho public how old he Is, being a llttlo
touchy on that point, probably from tbo
fact that be commenced toxoid office as far
luck as 1847. IIo cauto to Congress In
1840. This was long before .Morrill of Ver
mont, Shciman ot Ohio, or any other man
pow in Congress hnd anything to Mo with
national legislation, though tjherman, Mor
rill, Keagnn, Kclley, ltaudsll and others,
have alieady eerved more yuars lu Congress
than tbo lenncsueean. Harris bat hid
two terms ns Senator, and bids fair to live
until tbo end of his third term,
IIo ami Deck are warm personal and p
II Ileal friends, and the Tcnnessocan will
ficl sad nnd loncsomo If the lCcntucklan is
not on band and In good health when tho
next session ot tbo Senate begins.
jtiiAz. j:statj: ax nviznisa.
Transfers of l'ropr rty.
Carollno S. Catlln to W. If.
AVrlsut, lots 24 aud 25, block fi,
ItosiiiaM.l'arncll to F.C. Holton,
lot 5, block SO, Hrooklaml. . , .
Qeorge Il.Toruej to James Ferry,
sublot 2-1, square G29
Leontlno V. Wilson to W.II. Man-
qgue, sublot 0, It's addition to
Oeorgetowi 1.G50 00
Susan Itcilly to J. H.W.WIcneko,
lot 22, block 0, Ishcrwood, . . . 1,000 00
A. C. Hrlscoo to James II. lie
UoWan.snblots 1!U to 120,squaro
180 09,100 50
Julia E. Ucddard to James C.
lltilchlusou, lot 38, Washington
Heights 0,187 50
sublot 0,11's addition to Ccorgu-
-town 1,850 00
.Mary A. iticnniiis to uiromio
Sllles, part lot 0, square 551. . ,
J. A.Bates, trustcc,to W.W.Jobu
Mon, sublot 75, squaro 1!)4. . .
A. F. Fox to J. T.Vamcll, sublot
115, squaro 134
Henry Birch to Susan Fletcher,
part of lot i. squaro 800
ltacbacl K. Voss to Emma A.
Smith, lots, squaro CU3
Emma J. Carpenter to ltobert J,
Mawbluuoy, sublot 03, square
017. 3,300 00
Henry llradlcy, jr., to John O.
Slater, pnttof lot 11, squaro U28. 050 00
William E. Allls to Frances
ltougeon Ilurnett ana S. M.
lliirnett, sublot 40 mid part 45,
square 158 37,000 00
iraucts jiougson uurncti et ai.
to Martin F. Morris, tamo
Wortln F. Morris to Fraucos
Iloilpson Burnett, samo
Mary E. Finch to Charles M.
Wood, part lot 12, squaro 028...
Lilghtou .t Palro, trustees, to D.
V. llalllnger, lot 10, blocks 12
and 10, block 21. Ilrooklaud,,,,
Frank K. Ward to John A. llukcr,
part lot 5, Equate 378
F.tnum I. Otto to Annlo H. Mu
ral)!, lot land part lots, square
762 ...... 3,553 33
Lclghton it l'alro, trustees, to
1.UW1I1 .k'UJICOl, IUIO JO 1,41V, Ik,
block 20, Hrooklaml
Samo to W. Ottlngcr, lot 14, block
AY. Jlayse to Annie J. Hodges,
pait lot 15, squaro 780 .... ,
T. F. Schneider, 84 3-story and
basement dwelling bouses, 20
feet front by 80 feet deep,
pressed brick fionts, mansard'
l oofs, bay-windows, 1701 to
1750 Qotuet nnd 1003 to 1C03
Seventeenth ttrect. This row
of houses Is tbo lamest ever
started hi tbo District. . ,
Scuntor (Juiij'a Hon Dick.
Senator Quay's sou, Dick, It now' consider
ing whether to carry out his plan to visit his
latich In Mexico or wait until alter llio In
auguration, lilt health Is much Improved
of late, and tbo valuable assist uica lie ren
ders to his father In tho conlldoutlal nutters
ot bis political or Senatorial duties would
muko his absence a positive incouvenlcueo
nt this busy ttmo, llio ranch In which
young Quay Is Inteicstcd Is situated ou the
Broncbero Itlvcr, lu Souora, Mexico, about
sixty miles south ot tbo boundary between
the two ltenubllcs, 'llio tract It eight miles
iquaro, and is ouo of tho flucst grazing
countries lu tlio woib), Tho owuers of tho
ranch are Senator Cameron, Coleman Cam
ernn, Brewster Cameron, and ltlcbaidQuay
Tie Caracrons, except tho Sruator, ar on
the ranch, and It wat young Quays purpow
to join them for the winter,
tjik HVtjixvr. in' nonnoiynfii.
How J'nuj' li Mutter It l to I.lveou Onn'n
rrlrmU nml Acqualntancem.
"What ore you doing for u llvunt now V
was nsked a joutig man w our ordinary
mctbodsiif obtaining it llvelh.mil aid null
Inspire conltdcnra or respect.
"I nni a loan contractor nt present " he i
replied. "I havo been six inonlM lu the ,
biitllirirc and I can honestly say that I have
Itni successful. You wonder what a 'loan I
contractor' Is? Well I borrow small mum
of money and Kto upon them. Tlio work l '
prolitlila aid uot loo bard. Oh, no, I ,
don't exhaust my list of lenders. On thu
lunirarj, i am sicniuiy turning to it. ut .
rcutse, 1 cannot borrow from a nun tn I
whom I nm alnady Indebted, but, before I
rmtlly pari company Willi him I make him j
Introduce mo to nt least two of lilt frl-nds,
to that for every customer 1 drop I pick up
a couple a net gain of one. !
"llio business requires a good deal of
skill, and certain rules mutt bo carefully
ubtervid. In the tint place, I never ask a
man In lend me money unless I am qiillii
aiMiiid that he bat It about him. When
ji tir Intituled victim refutes from ucccv
tlty you have lost him, It Is bopclett to
liyblin again. He thinks over tho matter.
because no feels moro or lest mortified
otiout it. and be Is suro to end by congratu
lating himself that ho wnt uimblo to nc
commodate )uu; and when ho lias once ar
llved at that ttn;o ot rcaiontug jo" may
knock blm off jour list
"Wl.tn I hac selected my nun I don't
apptnacli blm as though I nm ashamed of
what 1 am doing. I am nlwalt welldrcnel
slid look Ilka a grntlenun, because I know
by psltiful exjicilrnca that n shnbblly
drri'id inatihtt michatico nt all as u bor
lower. Drawing lilin llmornusly tn ono
tide and wliljH.-ting your request It, pretty
(Ttlsln to tiiuiny him and bring n denial.
In tilth mnllert turn aro always bolder
al up than when tbey ore In company,
Vur this ttason I nlwajs saunter up to in v
vktlm whin he Is surroiilulrd by lift
f i It-mis. lie must present in,! t , them, and.
If the mrillup Is In n li.inoom, nt I go irr
ally manage thai II It, u drink It likely to
"'I bit tttnhllshe u certain amount of
confidence, nnd, when I turn tn blm slid
dtnly, as though 1 had lust remembered my
i.nil, and say ahiud. 'Oh, bv-thc-byo. Just
let mo bare a coiipio of dollars until to
morrow, will yen f I bat a n little ucrount
tn settle down llio street and 1 havo no
tmsll bills about me,' ho mint be a de
termined man If he refutes. You tec, ho
has Introduced mo to lilt friends, and stood
lictnrc them at my sponsor, to to speak.
To (light me now would bo equivalent la
Impeaching his own witness. I get tbo
money, which I am very careful to pay
back tho follow li:-: day. When I liavod'iiio
this twice I generally llnd that thn man Is
nt my merry. Then 1 wait until I know
Unit bis pockets aro well Idled, when 1
strike him to the luuo of from 10 to $.
according to circumstances. After that I
avoid him. Tho whole cimpnlgn usually
occupies atout n fortnight, nnd 1 can ope
rate lu a dozen Ileitis at unci-, so Unit you
sec I mako a fairly good Income.
"Men who aro accustomed lo wealth and
nlwnjs carry large sums of money wltli
them, are almost useless to mo nml I rarely
try I hem. They nro stingy to tho last de
gree, and theio Is no good In them. It Is
with those who nre usually poor, but occa
sionally llnd themselves Hush, that I deal.
1 take ttiem at the Hood tide of thtlr fortune,
when tbey are elated wltti the possession of
money wlileh seems to them Inexhaustible,
ami they fall easily Into my trap,
"Will you (alio something with moT
Don't bo afraid, I know it would be hupo
less tn attempt to borrow from you alter
what I have told you, aud I won't ask you
for an Introduction to nny of your frleudi.
because, I am sure you would not glvo It to
me. You don't drink f Well, good-bye.
I tco a rajn coming who diew his pay
to-day, audi must go across thu street jnil
cultivate him." New York Times.
ricion nuao Axnius hamikh.
A Itmnnrous Story of tlio Groat French
man Told by Snltito.llouvo.
In tho Hue Cut lure Sto. Catherine, near
Hugo's house tn tbo Placo lloyalo, a hair
dresser named Brassier bat lately openod
a abop or rather a largo ecalo for tbo
Marnlo. "Brassier!" Interrupted Hocazer
"I kuow him. He wa$ colHcur nt the
l'orte St. Martin in my time." "Tbo samo,
no doubt," said Salnto-llettve. "Well,
Hugo abd llancbc, who livo somowhero iu
that quarter, both palconlxcd him, and went
regularly tbero to bo shared. Ouo day
Oust a vc bai.pcued to ask tho tensor how
bo w at getting on. 'Famously, Monsieur,'
wns tbo reply. 'Ouo of my lady customers
has recommended me to several ot her
friends wbo are nil going to employ mo
tblity of them and has given mo n list ot
their names and addresses.' 'Bravo!' said
l'lanclie, aud went out, thlnklug no more
about tbo matter. A day or two later bo
came in again, aud, during tlio process of
shaving, Inquired ot tbo operator how many
of tho thirty ladles ho had already seco.
ol one, Monsieur,' signed tuoiiairiiressrr,
looklne the picture ot misery: 'and nil
owing to Montlcur Victor Hugo.' 'Victor
Hugo? Why what can bo havo to do with
It?1 'Even thing. Monsieur, unfortunate! v
for me. Soou after you left tlio other day
ha came in to be shaved and sat down on
tho very chair you aro occupying now.
Whllo I was odjustlug the napklu bo took
a pencil out of his pocket, laid hold ot a
sheet of paper that was lying on tho tablo
and began to write, making a sign to mo
that bo was not ready. " I waited full llvo
minutes, but ho only stopped writing to
bite tbo end of bit pencil, and then begnn
again. Another customer having entered
Die shop, and my assistant bclug out on an
ei rand, 1 ventured to call Mouslcur Hugo
that I was vigorously pressed for time, at
which he looked up and quietly s.tldi 'So
am I,' put the paper In bis pocket, nnd
walked away without having been shaved
at all. The samo evening 1 asked my as
sistant what had becomo ot tho list the lady
bud given me. 'It was on tho tablo tint
moruuig,l'ho said, and then It struck mo
that Monsieur Unco must havo taken It, 1
hurrhd off to the Palace Itoyale. and found
blm linrd nt wck as usual. When I told
blm I bud come for tho paper aud why I
wanted it, be stared at me lu nstonlthinent.
Wlint papeir uc inquired, 'llio paper you
were writing on this morning.' 1
'wmen you iock on mo tauio in my tuop.
'Ab,' lie said, '1 remember now. When I
came homo 1 had uuother Idea which
pleased mo better, and at I had no further
uso for j our poner' 'You didn't burn It.
Monsieur!' 'I am sorrv to say I did.'
'Aud as If that was uot euough,' contluued
Binsslcr, 'tho lady wbo wroto out tho list
for mo Is gone to Italy for tho winter, and
of all the names and addrcttet she gavo mo
I can't for llio Ufa of mo recollect a sluglo
one.' "Temple Bar.
3IfiIJcKkn'H Absent-Minded lIiKlmnd.
Modjeska tells n story about her honey
moon that Is amusing. It was when the
Count and Couutcss Bozenta went on their
wedding trip I think it was to Paris. Ono
morning ebu had Just got up, aud tho Count
had been out for an hour or two taking a
morning walk. Ho came back and appeared
to bo excited.
"Helen! Helenl Como biro. I'vo
brought you somo lovely fruit, the llrtt In
"All right. I'm dressing, I'll come out
as soon as I get ready."
She dtcsscd leisurely and enmo out of her
room. The Count was sitting reading,
deeply Interested in bis book. Oho looked
around. No fruit was to bo seen. Slio
looked all over tho placo. Tbo Count
"Y hat are you looking for!"
"Where's that fruit!"
Tlio Count looKed ou the tablo. it was
"Well," bo said, "I'll bo hanged If 1
haven't eaten It." San Fiaucisco Chiou
iclo. Know How to lire.
A good-looking man, who was walking
down Broadway ono day last week, was
pointed out to a butander by an oxpeil-
diced rounder aud clubman. "That man,"
said the latter, "knows bow to dross. You
will obeetvo tliat ho hasn't a now guimcut
to his back, but there Is no discordance In
his make-up. Ills hat Is uot so glossy as
to bilug out thu thabblucss of bis overcoat,
and his gloves aro not so bright as to draw
attention to lliclr chenpuoss. Ho Is prac
tically on his impels, but ho bos the good
sense to avoid drawing attention to that
fact. There aro very few men whocauao
necompllsh that feat, hots ot inon can
look stjllsh when they have plenty nf
money, but very few can appear well
dnssed on limited Incomes. Ono bright,
new-looking garment will frequently show
a man's poverty more glsrlngly than a
shiny coat or bat that baalieen touched up
with black Ink.' '-New Xw" World,
THE WRONG GIRL.
1 have not got over wondering how
It limit d out so bentillfully, nnd I
don't suppose I qver will. I nover
wns pii'tly, in fact most people called
inc ugly, and theagreed thnt I would
bu an old mnlil nil my life.
1 didn't like tho prospect at all, for
1 was uf nn affectionate nature, and I
couldn't look forwnrd to a hinely, love
less future without a p.tug. Itnydon
Gtey wns nlwnys tensing mo and play
ing tticliB on me, mul when lin wnt
going away to South America I told
him I wns real glad. He said:
"fc'p nm I. Tliuru nio motikoys out
thcie, nndl ilnro say tlioy hnvo got
faces just liko yours "
I cried after lie went nwnv, but It
wns mmo from vexation because ho
hnd snitl mean things when we parted.
I did not bee hiiii again for thirty
years, whcif ho enmo back a bronzed,
bearded man. IIo enmo often to seo
us after his return, but I think Ills
visits weto moro to my blue-eyed
nlccti, b'dlth Lnnsdnle, than for my
benefit. Young lStlrnhnm wai very
nttnnllvc, too, in that direction, and
somehow I found myself wishing that
ho would be tho olio to win her.
Ono dny Hoydon Grey came to mo.
for young Iliirnham hnd culled, mid
was chutting with Edith, nnd I dare
ny Itoy thought I looked loucsomq
with my woikln tho hall.
"Penny," said lie, "what do you
think I nm going to do?"
A dim Idea that ho was going to
make uiu his confidante: flitted aero is
"I don't know," I, said, smiling.
"Whnt Is it, Hoy J"
"I'm going to refurnish thu old
hotiec. It looks dim nnd dusky nnd
old fashioned now, nml I want il to
bo fresh nnd sunny and winsome.
'Will you help mo with your advice
Of course, I promised', and for tlio
next two or thrco weeks wo were as
busv ns bees.
"Vo mustn't let Iter know what wo
nre about," hu said that night, with n
motion of his bend toward Kdlth.
"Oh, no, to bo sure not," I answered;
"it would spoil thu surprise"
How pretty wo did mnke tlio old
plneol Kvcry room was llku a casket
rendy to receive a jewel, whllo ovcry
voic and stand nnd bookcase wns nr
rnngeil ns I knew Edith would best
"Itoy," said I, guardedly, tho nftor
nnon thnt our work of transformation
wns complete, "when will the queen
of tills enchanted realm take posses
sion of her fairy bowers? In other
words" nnd I could not help laughing
at his puzzled look "when shnll you
"So you have guessed it, you demure
"Yes, I linvo guessed it."
"Well, what ilo you think would ho
nn nusplclnus time?"
"Let me sec; this is July, Why do
not vou sny tho first of August!"
"the 1st of August bo il then." ho
ns;cnted. "i nu nre sure there Is every
thing hero you can possibly think
"llccause,' he went on, "when you
come here to live "
"Am I to llvo here 7" I asked. "Hut,
Itoy, petlinps sue wotildn t like It."
''Sho I Who Is she?" ho inmiirod
"Why, Kditli, to bo Bute 1"
"Whnt has Edith got lo say, 1
should liko to know?" cried lloydon,
Inughing. "My dnrling llttlo Penny,
if you are satisfied tho rest of tho world
ntny sny, do aud think precisely whnt
it plcnscs. Since you havo promised
to ho my wife"
"1?" Tho cblntz.furnlshed little
brcnkfnst room seemed to swim arotind
mo. "Stop, Hoydon, for a minute,
plcnse; I 1 don't qulto understand."
"You said yourself tho 1st of Au
gust." "Hut 1 thought it wns Edith."
"Edith, indeed! a meio child n
school girl, whoso wholo heart, more
over, Is wrapped up In Harry Burn
bum. Why, Penny, whero havo your
Where, Indeed! Could I hnvo boon
so resolutely, incorrigibly bllndt
"Do you love me, Pctinv? Don't
look thu other way; I will bo an
swered." I did love him; I had loved him
long and tenderly, nnd I told him so.
"Oh, Penny," ho whispered, "If
you knew tho yenrs and years 1 had
been looking forwnrd to this time."
So 1 wns married iiuletly, of courso,
nnd with nobrldeinnids but Edith; but
I think tlio sun never shone on a linn
pier bride. And I llvo In thu old
plnce, nnd Edith Is hero with mo; but
next week wo nro to hnvu another
wedding, and my bluo-eyed blossom
goes from mo to Hurry Uurahiim's
A Jumtltm Tor Mothers.
I was talkiug seriously with my llttlo girl
about tome misdeed, and told her that
many mothers would whip a child for It.
She suddenly said: ".Mamma, what Is a
good spanking? Besslo (a little playmate)
cits ouo often, and I never have had ono."
I told her tint It was a severe punishment.
and lhat It the ever received ono sho wouUl
not want another. Sba turtirltod mo by
tujlng: "Mamma. I am going to lie badder
and badder until I cet one."
bat was I to do? I knew tho meant It,
and realizing that the would never four the
penalty which I expected tome ttruo to bo
obliged to Impose I tald. "Then pcrhapt
1 bad better tpank jou now to keep you
good." Sho taucily said: "All right,
mamma, brelu," 'I ho conditions belli i
viry favorable, I took bcr across my lap
and tpanktd Lit touudly. At Ortt sho
seemed to think it fuu, but at I Increased
the doto tho toon changed bcr tune, and by
the tlmo I set bcr up the was thoroughly
attptilshed and well warmed up, and I am
turo tbo will never ask for another tpauk
Ing, but will bavo a most wbuleioine dread
of It. Did I do right! IUb)hood,
Don't (irt Tight or W.'iir Tl;lit.
It may not bo generally known that the
wearing of tlgblt It a decidedly unhealthy
prtctlce. Tbero bat never been auy telen
tlllc principle applied to wearing them
propcily, I boy aro limply drawn ou at
tightly as two or four strong arms can get
them, and fattened by leather bolt arouud
the waist. Tbla belt bat to bo drawn ut
Mich a tension that what doctors call un
healthy lacliitr It uotblui: lu comparison
with the torturo to wblili women subject
themselves lu this manner, I.oulo Mou-
tagtio, tbo handsome Mnlvra lu "Conrad,
tho Corsair," tald not long ago lhat tlio did
not believe any woman who wat not com
pelled to wear tights would do to. It In
volved a large expenditure of physical
force, and tha would bo qulto willing at any
llmo to accept -"' a week lest salary tf sho
wire not compelled to wear tlicin, Amer
ican Anal it,
Abraham I.IuuiiIu'h Maiden Speech.
Judge Bell of Mount Carmol, lib, fur
nishes tho following maiden speech of
Abraham Lincoln, dcllveied In P.ippsvlllo,
ncur Springfield, lib, nearly tlfty years ago,
Mr. Lincoln Vus not then a. lawyer, and
had no Intention of becoming ono. Hu had
then made up Ids mind to learn the black
smith trade. His ability was lecogulzed,
and he was suddenly nominated fur tho
Legislature Ills tlrst speech was ns fol
lows; "Ointlemcn and fcllow-eltlzens: I pro
sumo you all know who I am. 1 am humble
Abraham Lincoln. I have been solicited
by many frleudi tu becomo a candidate for
tlio Legislature. My politics aro short and
sweet. I am lu favor of a national bank;
I am lu favor ot tbo Internal-Improvement
system and a high-protective tariff. Theso
are my sentiments and political principles.
It elected, I shall bo thankful; It uot, tt will
be all the same,"
OLD.TtMl! (I Mlll,tXU.
Pome nt llio t'nrtl Piirtlet Hint Wore
Wont to Assemble
I Iii thu old, old times, says thoMiii
I iienpolls tribune, everybody prominent
I lu public lifownx fimdof o.ird?. Wailt
1 inglmi wnt Hooded lu those days with
giunhh'is nf tho profcsslopnl sort.
i There were n Wcn fnro banks on tlio
, Avenue within night of Ondsby's, on
llio corner nf Sixth sheet. Members
of Congicss imhcsitnthigly utitcrud
I Ihefo pinecH. Horucniit Smith Prentlts
j was said to hnvu lost ifllJ.OOO iu bis
(list leini in Conutcss.
It wns in iiuu of tlico placet that
Ilemy Clay won from Count Hroiliso
the corner lot lip near Lafayette Squaro,
which hu afttrward tinded for au All
tlnhifdnn jackass. Fox, tho Ilrltish
Minister; General Scott. Secretary
Mnrcy nnd n scorn nf famous men
played poker In those times.
Pieslilunt Tylor win fond of "loo,"
nnd oltcn made up a gamont tho White
II ous.0 nnd plnyctl all day. Tho stakes
Mere never lnrge, hut Mr, Tyler was
just at happy ns if ho won his Hutu
sniids. At ono time General Scott,
Henry Clay, Mr. lx nnd Count
Itrodlsco entctcd luto compact to play
whist onco n week all winter, nnd the
stnku every night was $100.
They played a mulched game. Scott
nnd tbo old Itussian against Clny nnd
tho Enullshmnn. They wero ovonly
mulched, hut Clny and Fox came out
ten games ahead. Scott's loss was said
to be as much ns $1,200 in this llttlo
roeinl amusement. Old Thud. Steven?
in Inter days Avas n fnmous man nt
ciu'iIh. llu didn't hesitato lu" go into
tlm worst of gambling icsorls to get his
spoil. Ho played with frigid ijiiiut
and coolness, nnd in the ciuirsu nl Ids
piny kept upncoiislaiit flro of billllnnt
conveisntion. Probably tbero nre not
twenty-live men now in Congress who
nro ntall given lo card playing.
CHOICEST OF WINES,
From tko Old Vineyards of tho
Dukes of Orleans.
II, t BUHCHELL, Agent,
1 325 F Street.
of Artificial Teeth llanufacturud In this
country alone last year show tho noadof
Which has proved Ittfllf to bo a rEKVKCT
roLlSIIKIt, CLEANSKIt AND PIIKSKIIVA
T1VK, without tbo Irritation of the Uums,
and scratching of thu Enamel known to bo
caused by bristles.
AT ALL DRUOOIHTS.
t 1L J
OVEIt A MILLION UI8TKIOUTKD.
Lcl. w. L..
LOUISIANA STATE L0TTEI1V COMPANY
Incorporated by tho Lcglslatnro In 18U3
for Educational and Cbarttablo purposes,
nnd Its franchise made a part of the present
mate Constitution, In 1H70, by nn oveii
Its tlltANI) EXTKAOftDINAUY DUAW
IMIH take placa Boml-Annuallv. (Juno and
December), uml Its UltANI) til NO I. IS HUM
lll.lt UHAWINOS take place la enoh of tho
ollnr ton months of the year, and aro all
drawn lu public at the Academy of Muilo.
New Orleans. L.
Wo do hereby certify lhat wo snporvli'o
tbeurraud'tnenls for all of tlio Monthly and
Pind-Amiual Drawings of the Louisiana State.
Lottery Co., nnd In person manaca ami con
trol tbo Drawings themselves, and that tho
same are conducted with boneity, fairness,
nntl In good faith toward nil purlieu, and wo
authorUe tl o Compan) to uso this certificate,
with fae-slinllcH of our signatures attached,
In its advertisements."
G. T. Beauregard,
J. A. Early,
We the understood Hanks and Hankers
will pay all 1'rlztM drawn In tlio IiuNuna
stnto Lotttrlns, which may bo presented at
It, HI. WA I.MSI.K.Y. I'rrtt. I.u. Nut. Hunk
r, I.ANAIIX. 1'it-st. Stalo .Nut. limit
A. 1IALUWIN, l'riwt. N. II. Nut. Itiulk.
CAUL. KOIIN, l'ri-Hl. Union Nut. Hunk.
GRAND MONTHLY DRAWING
At tlio Academy of , Music, Now Orleans
TUKSIIAV. February ltt. 1HSO.
CAPITAL PRIZE, $3U0,000.
100,000 Tickets at Twenty Dollar oaeh.
Ilalrts, $l(); (Ju.utrrn, ft; Tenths,
.'; Twentieth, jl,
LIST Or I'llIZKS.
i rwzRoi'jMoii.oooit 8-too.ooo
1 litlZK OK
1 l'll!l. lr Jini.tnn, ii,-. i(ni,inri
1,14X1 are tM.ooi)
mm nru mi.ihhi
&OU F11IZKH 01'
ino IrlM of f rtk) are
ltd l'rltvtof IliHIaro
fitit) Prlrrtof looaro
tad) 1'rUvtof 100 are
3,131 1'rltrt, nmounttnB to 1,051, son
Notx. Tickets drawing Capital I'rliot ure
uot'intltied lo terminal prize.
ttr" Fon Cifn Hates, or any further Infor
mation denlred, write legibly to tha undor
sinned, eleurly tlutlm; your residence, with
Mute, County, Street nml Number. Mom
rapid return mall uYlUery will bu usiured bf
(our oneloklnK an Luvelopo boarlui; your
of Now York Itxchunao In ordinary letter.
iiineney uy .iirtus 1111 our oxpcuioj an
M. A. DAUPHIN,
Now Orleans, La
Andres lU'ulstoted t.e tiers lo
New Orleans National Hank,
SKW OltLUANM. LA.
ltr.Mniiiuit THAT ONUDOLLMt Is tho
l'rleo of tbo tmullust utrt or fraction of n
ticket Issued In any drawing. Anyihliiir In
our uainu ofteieil at 11 lets price, It either u
counterfeit or a swindle.
"111:51 K.Mlli:H, nlo. that the payment of
Print Is OI'AHANI'KUU Y t'OUU NA
TIONAL 11ANKS of New Orleans, and tho
Tlukets are tlcned by thu President of an Iu
stltutlon whose chartered rights aro recog
nized In tha hlahett Courts; therefore, bo
wara of all Imitations and all anonymous
PEERLESS DYES &&SSSS;
M T LL
Tlio (Ireaf I'l'iinsylynnin Kbnte
Tothc Notth, Went ni-8oulh,7ta .
Vvtiltc Truck Splendid Scent?!''
htnl Unit). Magnificent Jsjulpmott.
In llffnct JANUAUT IVJ88IL
Trains Tcirto Wiishl.iRton from station corner
of Dili nnd II sis., ns follows:
1 on pimsurv nnd Ilia West, .Cuioazo Lira
Itltl Ipicssol I'lillmitn Vostibuied Ours uc
ll ton ni. ilullrs I'ntf t.ln..Wu.,m. daily lo
(InelnnullniidSt. I,nl. with Hteothi tar
Item I'lUrbtira to Cincinnati, nnd llnrTltb'ir
low. I mils; ihilly, except HatiirrtBy. t.i W.
ingti. Willi sktpIiiBCnr Altomn tu J.llfnr;.
Wiitrrn txiirpin nt 7-W p. tn. tlitly. Willi
HeeplneCiirn Wuslilnglon lo UhleaffnAnaHf.
Ionis,ionnr(tlnK dally nt llarrltburc wltli
tlrotiith sleepers tn Lo'ilsvlllo nnd MontpliK
l'snll'C Kxtiroifl, 10.00 p in ilnlljr for I'llttburjc
ni.dthu West, with throtiah Hleciwr tn I'lltf
Lnrc nnd l'ltlsburc to Clilcarv
llALTIMOlli: A l'OTOMAO nAlLHOAt).
Fun 'Fiiib, rnnnndnlRUa nnd Itocheiter
dally; for llufTiilo und NlltKiirn (bi'ljr. oxeept
Fntiinlny, ld.ro p. m.,wlthHlcopln:Ciir Wash
liglon to Hoel.esiir.
Ton Wiuii jisroiiT, Iiek Haven and Elmlra
ntD.tiO a, m. dally, except Sunday.
!on Nr.w Your nml tbo lUal, 7.S0. 0 m, 11.00
aril ll.to n. n v.oo. 4.10. 10.00 and ll.aiti. in.
I n Sunday, ucn, 11.40 h. m it.oo, 4.10, laoonml
IlJMp. It). Llmllcil Kxprewlof 1'ullmun I'ur
lor Care, O.l'i a. in. dully, oxcapt Sunday, nnd
3.4A p.m. dally, wilbdlnliiKoar.
I'on Uopton, without ehnuRO, ilOO p. rn.
Von lliinnKLTN, N. Y., nil throintli trntnt
eon ictnt itt'ircy City nith bonts of llronk
lin Annex, nforilliiR illrtnt transfer to ful
tun stn-i't, nviildlnit doublo ferriage uero.'i
New York city.
I'on 1'iiiLAtiKLriiit, 7.30, S 10, 0.00. 11.00 nnl
11.40 n. m.,!J(0, I to, O.to, H.10, 10 00 ami llAlp.
in. On Hunilav, 9(0, 11.40 n. in, 2.0), 1,10.0 en,
K.10. 10.ro uml II.SX) p. in. Limited Kipre. nil
parlor cars. 0.40 u. in week-days and 3.15 p.
! m, tiuiiy, vi nu inning cars.
I Von lldTiMniir, 0 35. ?.!, 8.10, 0 00. 0.W, 0..M,
I ILfvnnd 114l)n m Vi 03, 8 no. 3 4T. 4.10. 4Jii.
, 4 40, o.to, 7 to K.io. lo.oo and 11 S3 p.m. nn
Htuilay. O.fO, 0J,B, ti.Mi, ll.40a. m., JonT0.45,
4.10, 0.10. 7.40, 8 10, 10.IO nnd 11.50 p. in,
I Vou l'tu-E's Ciikek ItNK, 7.S0 a. m. nnd 4. 10
I p. m' dully, except hundny. "v
Von Asnai oi i. 7.S0 nnd 0.00 a. in- M.0S 4.40
, p. in.ilally, except Sundays. ttnna'ays.D.ooii.
I ni 4 10 p in.
AI.RX AMMII A & WHrDRtilOrCHllURfJ It .MID
WAY AND ALUXaNDIIIA A IVASII
I Foil Ali:xaniiiiia, 4.3H. 0 35, 7!. 8.4a 9.45,
. 10.67 ii. m li'.c I noon, s.05. II. 10, 4 in. B.oo, o m,
HC.'.. Ill PA mid 11.87 p. tn. On SiindnT nt 4.30,
imd. 10.07 a.m. x.w, ( oi, n.ua nnn lu.uo p. m.
AicnnvniiATioK for (Ju inllco, 7.S3 n, rot nnd
SCO p. in. vtcoK days.
Von IlieimoNii, nnd tho Hontb, 4-00. 10.37 a.
in. ilnlly and 3 !0 p. m. dally, except SnndiiJ-.
TiiAiNk Icuvo Alnxandrla for .Washington,
c.n. 7.(5. s on. o.io. 10.13, 11.07 a. tn.. l.vs), a.oo,
3 21,3.1(1.0.30,7.03. 0.3.', 10.42 UU 1 11.05 p. in.
I'nMindnynt 9.10 unit 11.07 a, m., S.OO, 3.10,
7.C3, tl 33 nnd 10. IS p. m.
Tickets und Information nt the office north
cast corner of 1 nth street nnd I'cnniylranla
iitv c, nnd at thu station, where orders can
bo left for tbo checking; of baggage to desti
nation frnm hotels mid residences.
CHAH.K.l'lIilll. J, It. WOOD,
(knenil .MniuiRcr, Tien. IMss. Agont,
Bnltimoro and Ohio railroad.
Schedule In effect Deo. 0 1888.
Invo Wnshtngton from station corner of
Now Jersey uvenne and C stroot.
Von Cincioo and Northwest, Vestlbnled
I.lmlud express dally tt.M a. m , express 0.03
Foil CixcuiNATt and hi Louis, express dally
3.00 and 11.10 p.m.
Foil PtTTMiuiio nnd t'lovcland, Veetlbaled
Tlnilud eiprcss dally B.W u. a. nnd oxprnss
0.03 p. m.
Von LzxiKOTOs nnd Locul Stations, 10.10
Foil IUltiwohe. week days, 8.00. 8.30. 6.13.
7.SC, BU). 0.45. 11.00 (15-mlnuto trutn) a.- in.,
13 10. S (5. 3.19, KVmlnute train), 3,115. 4.30,
4.35.330. 0.45. 7.30. 0.45 and 11.30 p.m. dun
days, o:, 8 30, 0.43 a m., 1.16, 303, S.aj,
4.3(1, 4.33, 0.43, 7,30, 0.45 and 11.30 p.m.
Von Way Stations between Washington
anil llaltlmore, 6.(, fl.40, S 80 . m., 13.10. 3 S3,
4.35, 0.43, 11 30 p. m. On Sundays,- 6.90 a. m.,
1.16,3.15, 4.83, 0.4.1. U.'iOp. m.
Tiiains lhvk Ilaltlmoru for Washington at
6.111, C.iW. tiO, 7.VX). aw (45-mtnnto train).. 0.OO,
0f, 10.30 (45-mlnnta train) a. m., 12.15, aw,
300,'4.10,B0O. 000, 0.30. B.OO. 10.00 and 11.001),
m. On snndnys', 3.10, 6.3D. H.0O. O.OJ); 9.03;
id 40 a.m.; 1.13, sou, 4.io, 6.00, d.so; 8.00 lo.oo
and 11.00 p.m.
Von AxNArout, 0.40 and 8 30 a. m.j 13.10
and 4 33 n. m. Ou bundnrj, 8 90 s. ro., 4J5
P in l.tavo Annuiolh 0.40, 8 37 a,. m 12,03,
4.10 p. m. bundays, 8 87 u. m , 4.10 p. m.
Foil STATioxtr-'n the Jtelropolltnr frrannh,
te.35, tio.io a. m., 1.15 p. m.. for prl.iclini
stutlcnn only; 110.10, n in , T4.3S aadtS.30 p. m.
Fon OAmifRncii'i und Intermollatfl points,
Iti.eo n. m.. ti.'.ao. n 40. 3.i3. tII.i d. nu '
Fon UoriiV and intermediate stations, f 7.03
p. In., 110.00 p.m.
Ciirncn Tium lvnvet Washtnirton on Sun
day ut 1.15 p. rn.. stopplnc nt all sUtloiwnn
Fon FinciiiinicK, tl0.10a.m t4,S3 and t300
p.m. Minoays, 1.11 p.,m.
Fon 1Iauiiiu,towi, tio.10 . m. and ta.so p.m
TiniKf AiuiiYE. from Chtcajro dillrS.33 a.
m. and. 11.53 p. in,; from ClnoinnatL and St.
Louis dully CM a. m. and 1.55 p. m.; frnm
I'lttsburR, 8.S5 u. hi.. t7,8 nnd 9.33 p; m.
Fon I'linaniLriiiA and Wilmington, dadr,
H.13 n. m., '.'.05, 4 30 and 11.30 p. m. llalfet
I'urlor Curs on tbo 8.15 n. m. and 4.3a p, tn.
trains t-lceplnes Cars on the 11.30 p. m.,
open at O.oi) p. m. r
Foil iMTEUHiniATB roiNTs botwoen Daltl
moro and i'tilladol hla, 0.30 a. m J.W and
tL p m.
Tiums LKAvr. rhllndlphla tor Washlntrton,
dally, 8.30, 11,00 u. m., 4.50, 7.00 n in, uud
tExcept Sunday. 'Dally. SSandayoniy.
liaitKUKo called for nnd cheoked at bntolt
nnd roldincfson orders left at ticket olncoi,
HID and 1U&1 1'ennsylvanlanvenne.
W.M.'CLF.MKNTS. CUAS. O. 8CULL,
titn Mnnnner. lien. Pass. Act.
Chesapeuko and Ohio Route.
Schedule In effect SLl'T. 10. 1889.
Trains lem e Union Depot, bixth nnd U streets.
10:57 u. m. Fon Nnwroiix Newd, Oldl'otnt
Comlort und Norfolk, dully except Sunday,
Ar Ive In Norfolk 7 p. m.
11S21 u. in. hon ntutlons on the Chota
poHka and Ohio In Vlritinla, Wet Virginia
and Kui lutky, dully except Sunday. Hieoplnz
curt ( II ton Forgo to Lexlnfften, Ky,
fiiCO p. m. 1'akt Wkstkiin Kxrncss dally.
Solid train, with Pullman Unffei Slocplnj
( urs to Louisville; Pullman service to Cincin
nati, St. Louis Mcmphtt uml Now Orleans.
Office, 013 l'cnnsylvanla avenue.
II. W. FULLBIc.
Oon. Pass. Acent.
H. D. BMRR
Inipoi-tei and Tailor,
MIL AID WINTER GOODS,
AU of the Latest Novelties.
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND SCOTM SUITINGS,
ETC., JUST ARRIVED.
SIll.IIAIllf personally fitiall garments mado
In our rttbl)Mimeiit.
1111 Penna. Avenue.
Sl1 5i. W7 si
V Ll N E N '
& OANDs irr5
l-PHOTO- ENGRAVING 1
llaTiu.- recently fitted up a
In connection with my PATENT HIOOESS,
1 am prepared to f urntsu
ILLUSTItATIONS AT NEW YOllK TRICES.
PhotographlDE on Wood for the Trade.
418 Eleventh Mtxeet Ni W
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