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THJ SUNDAY HERALD, SUNDAY, APRIL 13. JLS9Q.
iUrchii) iiaitann1 Xiiiflitgnircr.
TH NATIONAL INTELLIGENCER
THE SUNDAV HERALO
Entered at the Pout Offlco at Washington,
T. On RuSocond-olnasIUntter.
SOCIETY NEWS AND CHAT.
Editorial ami Publication Otncee, No. 400
Tonth Street Northwest.
The Editor of The Sunday Hxiiai.d cannot
undertake toprcscrvcor return rejected communi
cations. Persons who desire to possess their com
munications, if unused, should retain a copy.
The regular Lenten season of pennnee and
sclf-ilcnial is over, but we arc to have a sup
plementary season ol suffering. The tariff! tic
bate will soon begin.
Mr. llnxiiY CiuiiLKS Lka, of Philatlelplila,
hns been pitching into Senator Quay in "an
open letter" to the President, whom he warns
against the dangers of evil associations. When
3Ir. Lka has once known the joy of being "Chief
"Magistrate of 65,000,000 of free men," as lie
puts it, and wants to be so some more, he will
look at these things in a different light. What
better use can be made of a bad man than to
utilize him in keepiug in a place of power aud
influence a truly good man and his sisters and
his cousius and his aunts ?
The St. Louis Republic makes no mistake at
nil, the Post to the contrary notwithstanding,
when it states that Commissioner Ravm's son
is a pension attorney. Mr. Green B. Raum,
Jr., it is true, is the efficient head of an im
portant division in the Pension Office, but the
Commissioner has another son, Mr. Joun1avm,
who is an attorney, and no doubt does business
before the Pension Bureau. And why shouldn't
he ? Because the father takes public office must
the son change his profession? Bosh! The
probability is Attorney Raum would be less
likely to get favors from the Pension Office
under the present administration than any of
the other hundreds of attorneys who practice
The unanimous reiilcction of Mr. B. 11. Wak-
-er to the presidency of the Columbia Na
tional Bank by the directors of that institution
was as high a compliment as could be paid to
the ability and personal qualities of the gentle
man. The reluctance with which Mr. Waii
xinfs resignation as president was accepted a
few weeks ago was mitigated by the belief that
Mr. A. II. Britton would be able to assume
the duties which the former relinquished, in or
der to devote more of his time and attention to
others of his enterprises. "When, however, it
was learned that Mr. Biutton would be unable
to serve, the demand for Mr. Waksek's return
to the post which he had filled with such 6ign.il
ability and success was urgent aud unanimous.
Both "the bank and Mr. Wahner are to be con
gratulated. Probably no man in the District
has so many personal friends among all classes
as Mr. "Warner. He has organized and been
connected with many of our most flourishing I
local enterprises, and nas gone out ot ms way
to help so many of our young .men, as well as
the older ones, that he occupies n very high
place in the affection and esteem of his fellow
citizens. He does not stand simply for bis own
personality at the head of the Columbia Bank,
but for that line of energy aud enterprise
which has helped develop this modern Capital.
The McKinley tariff bill will be introduced
in the House to-morrow. Its provisions arc
already pretty well known. The chief merit
claimed for it'by its friends is that it will reduce
the levcuues of the Government, some say
$40,000,000, some say 560,000,000 annually, at
Continued from fifth vngc.
The Unity Club met on Friday night at the
residence ot the Hon. Matthew G. Emory, 207
I 6trcct. Thero was a largo attendance and a
good musical programme, to supplement the
intellectual treat of the lecture delivered by
Mr. J. K. Miller, the secretary, on ' Savonaro
la." The Hon. James B. Philp, the president,
presided. After the reading ot the minutes,
Mrs. Powell and Miss Bertha Lincoln gave a
vocal duct, "The Bells Arc Kinging;" Miss
Juliet Donnelly a piano solo, followed by a
song bv Miss Bertha Lincoln, "The Sea Hath Its
Pcailc." Miss Daniels closed this part ot the
programme with an instrumental solo. Mr. Phllp
read a letter of greeting from Mr. Chase, who was
absent on account of illness. The feature ot
the evening was the mastctly paper prepared by
Mr. Miller on "Savonarola." Mr. Miller held
the attention of his audlcnco with unflagging
interest for over an hour. At the conclusion of
the reading ot this paper there was a discussion
participated in by James B. Phllp, J. L.
McCrecry, Dr. T. A. Bland, S. K. Hall, I.
R. Tietnbly, Professor Klcinm, Professor
Crosby, of Boston, aud Rev. J. .1. Muir. After
recess there ws a piano solo, "Nearer My God
to Thee," arranged and played by Mrs. Coun
scllman, of Baltimore; a piano duet, by Mrs.
Addle Cridlcr aud Miss Lyons; recitation, by
Mrs. Freeman, coucludmg with piano solo, by
Miss Mira Webb. Among those present were
Hon. nnd Mrs. Emery, Judgo and Mrs. Hay
don, Mr. and Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Leceett, Mr.
and Mrs. J. D. Lincolu, Mrs. Dallr. Hall,
Mrs, Cowling. Mrs. Imogenc Morrell, Mr. and
Mrs. Miller, Mr. aud Mrs. Fitzgerald, Mr. and
Miss Bates, Dr. aud Mrs. Bland, Gen. Bullock,
Mr. Taylor, Mr. aud Mrs. Dennlson, Dr. and
Mrs. Lamb, MissM. R. Moore, and mauy others.
Although April was indulging iu her undis
puted privilege on Wednesday last, yet, not
withstanding her threatened showers, at S P. M.
tho Fifth Baptist Church in South Washington
was filled to its utmost capacity with the many
friends who assembled to witness the marriage
of Mien Emma J. Sorrell and Mr. Archibald G.
Murray. The bride is the youngest daughter of
Mr. Richard II. Sorrell, tho well-known con
tractor of 329 N street southwest. The ushers
wcro Messrs. Hazen and Flowers.
The cards are out for the marriage
ceremony of Mr. William F. Turner and Miss
Mary Laudou King, and tho reception which
follows. The marriage will tako place at St.
Andrew's Church. Rev. Joslah B. Perry, rec
tor, who has recently returned from Florida,
will officiate. Tho marriage will take place on
tho 23d instant, and the at home will be given
at Holly Grove, Prince George's Couutv, Md.,
The german of the "II. T. F," ou Tuesday
evcuing last at Masonic Temple, was as bril
liaut as any given by the club during the
winter. There were just enough couples
present to make the affair enjoyable.
Tho figures were admirably led by Lieut.
Mosher, while the favors were unique
According to the Baltimore American, the en
gagement has been announced of Miss Rose
Keeling and Mr. Stilson Hutchlns, of Washing
ton. Tho marriage will take place early in June,
after which a wedding trip of a year will be
spent in Europe.
Lieutenaut aud Mrs. Charles G. Ayres aie
visiting Mrs. Ayrcs's father, Col. Fairfax, in
Virginia, before going to their far-away Army
home in New Mexico. They have passed a de
lightful winter in Washington.
The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Reed
Littell was baptized on Easter Sunday in St.
Matthew's Church. The little one received the
name of Mabel. She is a grand-daughter of
Hon. Green B. Rautn.
tli and F
THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF TWELFTH
AND V ST3. N. W. WILL HE OUR FUTURE
HOME WHEN COMPLETED.
Sow to Work, ami Plenty of It.
A $75,000 STOCK
MUST BE CLOSED OUT.
CLEAN SWEEP OF EYJ311Y
Unvo tho first show. The original sav
ings on these goods Is 3 1-n PKlt CT.,
as wo have always sold them for two
thirds the value of the same goods taken
from tho piece. Now we offer an extra
Inducement by nniUiuir a still greater
Cochico Satincs, 7J; now G.
1'ncltlc Satincs. 81: now 73.
Messcmnelc Satincs, 12: now 111.
French Satincs, 15; now 12,
Challlcs, 01; now 5.
Challlcs, II: now 12.
33-inch Cashmeres, 10; now 10.
42-inch Cashmeres, 10; now 10.
Slde-bnnd Cashmeres, 10; now 151.
'JS.inch Mohairs, S5; now 27.
StMnch All-Wool Cloth. S3; now 27.
"Wool Beiges, 13; now 10.
Wool Beiges, 10; now 8.
3-1 Cashmere, 8; now 61.
Satlno Furniture Covering, 12; now 10.
1 ynrd wide Crotonc, 12; now 10.
Satlno Furniture Covering, 7; now 0.
1 lot of DressGoods, ranging iu yards from 1 to
1, worth from 10 to 10c.; now 6c.
India Liuon, SJ; now 73-.
India Linon, 5!; now 51.
Plaid Muslin, 5; now 1.
Plnid Muslin, 7; now 15J.
Plaid Muslin, 9; now SI.
Plnid Muslin, 11; now 10.
Domct Outing, 7i; now 0.
Domet Outing, 0J; now 5J.
Bleached Muslin, 65, 7i, 8J, and P.
These are all New and Desira
ble Goods, Purchased for
this Season's Trade.
NKW NATIONAL THKATItU.
TO -MO into W NIGHT
FIRST MUGKiTO'T IK WASIIMGTOS
ABGUSTW DALY'S COMPANY.
3lr. 5nlys Company
Will play their fourth engagement In London
this year, opening at Henry living's Lyceum
Theatre early In Juno, nnd previous to their
departure for England will mako
A SPF.OIA.Ij TOUIt
In this country, visiting only tho cities of Wash
ington, Philadelphia, Chicago ami Boston.
Their Repcrtolro for tho City of Wnshlngton
has been made especially to enable tho public ot
this city to witness
AIjIj THE GltlDAT SUCCESSES
Of Daly's Theatre, Now York, and will present
Mis Ada Rr.iiAN,
Mug. GtiiiiuiiT, ISAiir.i. Iuvino,
Kitty Chkatiiam, AdkiiAiuu 1'hinch.
Er.uANon Maiiktti, Edith Ciiani:,
CiiAiir.i:s Fisimit, GKonor. CiiAimck,
FllKDKIUC llOND, HUllH MACKINTOSH,
CitAitr,r.s WiiEATi.nuiii, Chaui.ks Lkclkhcq,
EutlKNK OllMAND. llOIIAHT DOSWOKTII,
In their most popular personations, tho order of
performances for tho
ONE AV EEK ONL Y
They can play In Washington being:
Monday, April It Railroad of Love
Tuesday, April 15 Taming tho Shrew
Wednesday Matinee Taming tho Shrew
Wednesday, April 10 Sovcn-Twcnty-Eight
Thursday, April 17 Tho G rcat Unknown
Friday. April 18 As You LIUelt
Saturday Matinee As You Like It
Saturday, April 10 A Double Rill
VltlGES $3, $1.50, $1, 75c, 50c. and !Jic.
Every performance untior the personal direction
of Mr. AUGUSTIN DALY.
Monday, 1 Return Engagement of
April 21, ) WILSON BARRETT.
A IBAUGU'S GKAND OPEttA HO US IS.
GRAND OPENING OF THE
SPRING AND SUMMER SEASON.
Commencing TO-MORROW, (Monday,) April 14.
Every Evening aud Saturday Matlnue.
CARLEWS FAMOUS OrERA CO.
In the Great New York Success,
Genie and Zell's Gharmlnc Opera,
the same time afloiding a maximum of piotec
tion to our infant phenomenon industries. This
reduction, however, is contingent. It depends
ou the way iu which the increased duties which
are levied on many articles and products
operate. If they serve to keep out altogether
certain foreign articles which under the present
relatively low tariff rates are imported in large
quantities, or largely reduce the importation
of them, then, of course, the revenues will
fall off. Otherwise, the revenues will remain
about what they ure, and the only effect of the
bill will be to make millions of Americans pay
moro than they are now paying for the articles
in question notably woolens, carpet-, shoes,
and "loves while n few hundred protected
manufacturers will pocket increased profits. And
this in all human probability will be the way
the thing will woik. It has worked that way
again and again in the pant. But this result
will not cause great crlef to the men who framed
the bill. They aie not averse to giving the
manufacturers, the monopolists, and the trust
kings increased revenues. Another Presidential
campaign approaches; moro "fat" will have to
be "fried" out of the protected plutocrats to
meet its oxpeiues. Rut, sad to relate, the in
terests of nil the "fat" yiclders are no more the
same than are the interests of the different sec
tions of tho country. And although Mr. Mc
Ivi.M.nv and his assistants have spent many
weary days and nights in anxious thought and
prayerful struggle, they have not been able to
satisfy every one. The sugar reilners of Phila
delphia aud New Yoik, as well as tho sugar
growers of Louisiana, Kansas, and California,
are lehellious at the cut in the sugar duty which
tho farmers of tho West insisted should be
made. The tanners and shoe mauufacturcis of
tho East protest vehemently against tho in
ci cased duty on hides which the Western cattle-
baroub demanded and obtained. The woolen
and carpet innnufactuiers of the East solemnly
declare they will be ruined by the higher tax
imposed on wool at the dictation of the Wcateru
shcep-raisero. The framers of the bill strove in
vain to reconcile these eonlllcting interests
within tho party. Tho task was too difilcult for
them, and they will bring iu their bill to-morrow
with u chorus of protests and denunciations
going up against it from such inlluential Repub
lican journals as tho Boston Advertiser, tho New
York Press, the Philadelphia Telegraph, the
Chicago Tribune, and tho St. Louis Globe-Democrat,
But Mr. Reud has said that the bill will
.pass, and what Mr. Rked says goes in the present
House of Rep esentativos, not by a very large
-but by an entirely safe majority.
Tho ladies of St. Paul's P. E. Church are pre
paring a luncheon for Tuesday, the loth; also
a musicale and dramatic entertainment for the
same cvev.lnc; at Masonic Temple.
Mr. and Mrs. Hutchinson, of 1707 Massachu
setts avenue, have issued invitations for an
evening reception oa Wednesdav evening, the
The friends of Miss Lillian Collins, who met
with rather a serious accident while out riding,
will be glad to learn that she is rapidly re
covering. Mrs. L. Lindley Ely. of New York, and Mrs.
Louis A. Reading, of" Lambertville, N. J., are
visiting Mrs. V. F. Whitehead, 2010 R street.
The Misses Otis, of Chicago, who are visiting
their cousin, Mrs. Edward P. Mcrtz, will assist
at her usual cdnesuay reception this week.
Mrs. Croghan, of 330 Indiana avenue, has is
sued cards for a dancing reception on Thursday
ovening next from S until 12.
1241 and 1243 I Ith St. Southeast,
Pioneer Remnant House,
WASHINGTON, E. C.
CHORUS OF FORTY VOICES.
USUAL STJMIVJLIIiyU PRICES:
General Admission 25c.
Reserved Scats 50 and 75c.
NEXT OPERA "THE BRIGANDS."
" Week commencing Monday, April 11.
MATINEES Tuesday, Thursday, aud Saturday.
515 ELEVENTH STREET N. W
Miss Mary Harwood, of Baltimore, is visiting
tho Misses Huvck.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Saks are
fort for a few days.
at Old Point Co m
A BtOST WONDERFUL WATER.
Hundreds iiro Being: Cured Dally by its
II is hardly necessary to go into details and
describe the Buffalo Llthla Springs of Virginia,
which already have an universal reputation as a
resoitfor persons suffering fiom rheumatism
and ctone iu the bladder. Thousands of testi
monials can be produced from tho most prom
inent men in this country, but we call special
attention to two testimonials in another part of
this paper, which will, no doubt, convince the
most doubtful that they can be benefited by
usinc Buffalo Lithia water in rheumatic and
bladder troubles Mr. Thomas F. Goode, pro
prietor of the springs, deserves much credit for
conducting the springs in so popular a manner,
and, at the same time, supplying tho immediate
demand from all parts of tho world.
THE MOSER WATER COLORS.
Tho Art Exhibition at tho U. G. Fischer Art
Store, HiJi) Fifteenth Street NorthwcU.
No collection of water colors has attracted
more attention. Already thirty-eight have
been sold to some of Washington's leading
connoisseurs. None of the pictures will be re
moved till the close of tho exhibition. Exhibi
tion fiom 9 A. M. to 0 P. M. daily, and until
tlic join, inclusive.
The ir rn i id jury will investigate tho eases of J.
.1. Ycimu' and others, ot tho Old Dominion Re
publican League, charged vlth violating tho
civil cervlco law.
Tho District Commissioners do not favor tho
extension of the charter of tho Georgetown
IlurKOund Klovator Company, and have so re
ported to the House District Committee.
The counsel of William Douglass Cross, tho
convicted wife-murderer, uro making strong
eflorls to proeuro u now trial for him, on tho
around of uowly-discovered evidence.
l'ersonn desiring household furniture, almost
us good its new, should not full to attend tho
auction calo by AVuSter H. Williams ic Co., at
1217 Massachusetts avenue, next Wednesday,
April 10, commencing ut 10 o'clock A. M.
Permission lm3 been granted tho Anaeostia
Rullway Company to lay tracks on Elevouth, G,
Fourth, and E streets southeast, aud Cdiml, D.
Third, Missouri avenue, Sixth, 13, and Second
streets southwest, Tho grooved girdle rail must
Qcorgo Carter, the negro burglar who was
shot by tho Chinaman, Leo Quong, on MurchZU,
was nolo to bo brought to the Polico Court yes
terday, und in default of 31,000 bail was sent to
jail. Carter's recovery wus n great surprise, as
it was thought when ho wasBhot that ii Is wounds
vrv.vo necessarily fatal.
LADIES! LADIES!! LADIES!!!
IS THE ONLY
Hat and Bonnet Frame Manufacturer
in the city. Call and see her New Shapes. Bleach
ing and Pressing. Strnw and Folt Hats Altered
to tho Latest Styles. Orders promptly attended
to. 1 009 G STREET NORTHWEST. rar2-l-ly
MRS. J. SCHELLINGER,
Shadows of a Great City,
Presented by the
Next week "Booties' Baby.
"XTW NATIONAL THEAT1M3
DONNELLY AND GIRA11D
WILT. APPKAIl IN
-lVXRIIL. 28. ONE AVJBJB1C'
Now Playing to tho Capacity of tho Eifth-
A venue Theatre, New York.
Eleventh St., south of Penna. avo.
WEEK COMMENCING MONDAY, APRIL 11.
Ladles' Mntinues Tues., Thurs.. and Sat.
Elrst Appearance in Washington of tho
Opposite Woodward & Lothrop's,
GOG Eleventh Street Northwest.
Brnnch King's (Eastou) Dveing and Pressing
THK IlKGULAIl OUAKTEltLY
Meeting of tho Rochdale Cooperative
Society of tho District of Columbia will bo held
in Grand Array Hall, 1112 Pennsylvania avenue
northwest. (Post Room! No. 2,) on TUESDAY,
loth instant, at 8 o'clock P. M. Members re
quested to attend. Show Trado Card at door.
A. T. LONG LEY.
J. W. HARSHA, .Secretary. an!3-ltll
T.IASON1 C A SPECIAL COMIUUNI-
cation of St. John's Lodiro No. 11. F. A.
A. M., D. C, will bo held at Masonic Templo,
SUNDAY, April 13. 1800, at 2:30 o'clock P. M . for
tho purpose of attending tho funeral of our lato
brother, Philip C. Hungerford. Members of sis
ter lodges fraternally invited to unlto with us.
Grand Lodge regulation, (black clothing.)
By order of tho W. M.
JOHN C. FILL,
Headed by tho Peerless
A. 1 j. IX .13 NRY.
A Bevy of Handsome Women, Magnificent
Marches, Handsomo Gavottes, nnd
Brilliant Tableaux of
Tho Latest Now York Success,
The public cannot be too cautions
in buying Hungarian Wines to be
used for medicinal purposes, ov for
ordinary consumption, as many
wines are sold as such ivJiicIi are
merely imitation. Therefore, the
Hungarian Government lias estab
lished t7tis Cellar with the object of
furnishing the public with thepure
and genuine wine product of their
In order to be secured against
any falsification the Hungarian
Government docs not allow the sale
of any wines from these Cellars (at
liudapest) excejt in bottles, of
which each has the Xutional Coat
of Arms pressed on the cap and a
protective label around its ncclc.
The lung avian Wines have for
centuries been noted for their
wholcsomcness on account of their
body, fire, and clearness, which
prevent them from entering the
blood. They act as a slight stimu
lant to the nerves, promote diges
tion, strengthen the stomach, and
eep the head clear.
"TOKAY" is the "Acme" of all
wines for the convalescent, and
persons failing in health and
People subject to sour stomach,
heartburn, dispepsia , spasm in the
stomach, gout, and urinary gravel
or calculi should drinlc the red
Hungarian Wines as JBudai, Vil
lanyi, JEgri, Mencs, Ofncr Adlers
berger, etc., all of which arc agree
able to the taste as well as being
delicate and spicy. The white Hun
garian Wines will pvoduce good re
sults in case of costiveness, consti
2ation, jnZes, blood congestion, ov
wherever hemorrhage in any part
of the body is to be feared.
The Hungarian Wines arc par
ticularly vich in Phosphoric Acid,
and the dietetical powers of these
wines are of a high order. To the
medical 2rofession we commend
the pure wines of Hungary as espe
cially worthy of notice.
There is no other wine in the
world which excels the Hungarian
Wine as a medical medium, rem
edy, and recreator. TaJcen i)i
feeble health it really worJcs won
ders, and it is observable how the
beneficial jluid strengtJiens a side
person day by day.
It is an invariable rule of the
medical profession to order Hun
garian Wines for their patients or
convalescents, while it has been for
ages an acknowledged fact that the
older a person the more beneficial
these Wines prove to be.
If the Hungarian Wine is talcen
at breaJtfast it serves not only as
an excellent restorative, but incites
ajetite. For this purpose one
glass of Toliay or of Essence Wine
talien regularly will create stabile
and vigorous health.
1 Ul Penna. Ave., opposite Willard's,
All Goods of Our Own
A series of concerts is being given dally at
tho Music Ware-rooms of E. F. DROOP, and
you are cordially Invited to attend.
Tho following selections will bo given this
Overture, "Tnunhauscr" Wugnor
Screnata, "Lovo's Dream" Mozkowskl
Selections, "Tho Gondoliers" Sullivan
3d Rarcarllo Rubinstein
"Siginund's LovoSong" Wagner
This entire programme will bo rendered ou
tho iKOLIAN from tho full orchestra scoro by
a person with positively no musical education
"E. IP. 33KOOP,
925 Fomisylviiiiiii Ave,
Solo Acent for Stoluwuy and Other Plrst-
Gliiss Pianos and OrgmiH.
GLOIJK THIS ATltIS, PENNA. AVE.NE Alt
Eleventh street. Monday, April 14. and dur
ing tho week, MlllloUooth'sBurlesquo Company;
7 Daughters of Satan, 7. Matlntes, Monday
Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday. Admission at
night, 10,20, 30, and 50c. MatlnCes, 10,20, and 30c.
LATEST STYLES AND LOWEST RATES.
Artists' and Architects' Supplies,
501 NINTH STREET.
nl0-2m6 BRANCH, 1723 l'ENNA. AVE.
At dinner and tea all the supe
rior and table wines of Hungary
will aid digestion, etc.
Anyone desiring to assure him
self of the strict reliability of this
business can refer to the Imi). and
Iioyal Minister of Austria-Hungary,
Washington, 1). C, and to
the Imp. and Jloyal Consuls of
Austria-Hungary in the United
States and Canada.
GEO. E. KENNEDYS SONS,
Main Store, 1209 F Street,
Up-town Store, 1116 Conn Ave.,
Importers, Jobbers & Retailers