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tfHE EVENING TIMESCfgfATTXKDAY, DECEMBEU 14, 1895.
Eeslnnla: Monday cnr establishment will b
la crentujs :1U 9 p, m.
sid near VL
S8.50 Honker. $5. as shoWn
in the illustration an $8.50
value that we'll run off
while the stock lasts at $5.
I want to too the Jeweler
who cornea into ycurra'nil
This dainty Jewelry Store
is crowded from morning un
til nig-ht witfi customers who
come here to seek what tliey
want for Xmas Gifts and
find it !
With nine salespeople I
am able to give every one
that careful attention which
is so necessary to purchasers
I urge upon nry patrons,
however, that an early selec
tion is of gicat importance.
(L ). Dcnnson,
1 1 05 F Street N. W.
Lease and Fixtures
We must give up the store
1st of January. We are not
going to stay in business,
and the goods are no use to
us after that date. Every
thing will be sold; if we can
not sell the goods at cost we
will sell them below.
Men's, Boys', Children's
the finest Clothing in
Washington all will be
sold regardless of cost.
803 Market Space.
TfucliiTf. Iliiiiuir IMMiirlK'r.
IVillinra Smith nuilXfnitnnI)ool:in. j nunc:
white nidi, irctvcliiiicctl iK-fiTCJurtcuKim-ball
today with dtsonlcrlv conduct at the
Teachers' Itizaar. now in progress. 'it Con
vention Hall. l'olKenun Keith nrrested
them lat mclit. m coiwilalni iY the maii
ncrrsof lite hall. .Tuifct' Kimball filial; Smith
S10 ntxl Poolan $5.
luinlr Tnitii to l'!illu(lclilil,i and
.Vt'W York Tin IVmi-yliiinlu
Leaving Washington daily at 10 a. ni.
Tlie train Is coiuposetl of Yt'stioukii Maml-
iird day coaches, parlor cars, iarlors.nioI.er
and dining car. No extra fare. lel 1-L't
THE TIMES DAILY WEATHER MAP.
(Prepared at the. United States Weather Bureau.)
Fon-cast Till 8 1. M. Snndnv.
J-or Maine. New Hampsliireand Vermont
. 7pal snows: warmer; northerly winds.
Bhirtlne to southerly; sciere galea on the
J For Massaclmsetts. Rhode Island and Con
necticut Fair, pro bablvfollowed by llircal
enine weather bv Sunday cvenine: norih
frlv winds, shirting to wcstcrlv: severe
Bales orr the coast today: warmer in Massa
chusetts and Councctlcut-
For Eastern Pennsylvania. New Jersev
ucd Delaware Generallv rair: mirnicr
norjJerlv winds. shifUnc to soulhwrsterlv.
I-or Eastern New York Fair, probablv
follnwcd lu extreme nortliern portion bv
local snows: warmer: northcrlv winds.
Shirung to soulliwesterly.
For tlie District or Columbia. Marvland
nnd yirelnia Generally fain warmer:
northerly -winds, shirting to southwesterly.
"M'euilier Condition-. mid General Foro-
ThP dangerous storm yesterday niornine
prr Uattcrashasruored northeastward, nnd
Is now central off the southeast New Eng
land coafct. It lias cnned violent northeast
pales oqthe Middle Atlanticand New Ene
land coasts, maximum velocities or G8
nules being repo tied fromUieNewEnetand
coast Timely warnings of this slorru were
lRKUAfl. nllrl crtAfl fll InttntnHnmi .
-r;:' -:. -rrrrr "- " w
""i"" iwreau oouATTcra u nom vesbeia
SCORES OF YBLyHTEERS
Red Cross Society Receives
Offers for Service in Armenia.
SOME OF THE DIFFICULTIES
MI-vn llurton Shvh There In Amnio En
cnuriiiri'meiitTlmttlio Work Anions:
Uie Sufferer .Slav Benin Soon Not
uQuestlonof Workrn,l!utof FuiuIk.
Her l'lun otCumiiniirn.
"Yours Tor service in Armenia. Answer
by wire and by letter."
The above telesram. received this mom
inc by Miss ClarxBarton.-preidcnt or the
Kill Cross, la n MibsUiiillal cony of scores
of other telegrams which are beini: received
today at the headquarters o the orcantza
tionr corner of Sevenieenlh and F Mrects
Ml8.s Iiarton said this moraine, that the
"fcociely's officers' have ample" encourace
men so far asyjljnieers for service In far
nway Armenia are concerned.
The aucstlo!iiDt..runds was a more erl
ous one. but they wcre-recelvinc consld
erablcreiicouractrment that the American
people would provide the money for Ibcnc
complishmcnt of-ttxc proposed work.
"We have as a society occupied sixteen
separate fields Jif-xtntreis in tarrymi; 011
our work," Miss barton said.
No DOUBT ABOUT THE CALL.
"When this call came to us, we con
sidered two ttilnss:" First, is-this a call,
from J lie whole American people? Sec
ond, will the American people sutnwrl in
"We found that there was no doubt
about tlie (.all. It came to us .from the
American Iward which superintends two
.thirds of all 5tu.li work that Is Ik'Idk done
by American. Added to that have tonic
appeals from all sorts or organizations aud
from hundreds of Individuals.
"livery mail brines us. a very laree
number of letters ursine us forward In tlie
project of caving bturvine people In Ar
menia." "What Is the plan forncconiplishlnc such
"To take these volunteers such ones as
.re adapted tothe work and the money
whicli tlie American people Trill furnish us
and fro to Armenia, organize and work."
Miss Barton said that she had noticed
that people expected the work to bceiu at
once that Is, with In a few days.
TRANSFER OF HEADQUARTERS.
She explained that It woukl be impossi
ble for such u laree uudertnkiue to be put
into execution In so short a time.
"The underta knur means theactual trans
fer of our whole society headquarters from
this continent to another, and any amount
of details of business Is Involved in the
transfer. No, the people cannot expect that
the work can ho accomplished In any such
short time, as has been Implied, by certain
"The project of carrvine on relief work
anioncthehtarvine Armenians iHthelareest
undertnkine that the society has ever
Miss Barton says that thevaredeternilned
to entertain no question or thesucceHS of the
underta kinc. and the preliminary pljns will
be pushed as rapidly as possible.
WORKERS WILL RESPOND.
The tieruianent staff at the headquarters
today -was busily encaged In inakiiic ar
raneenients for mobilizing the skilled staff
that -will Initiate the relief work.
These workers are now scattered t hroueh
out the country encaged in the various oc
cupations which sustain them when no
great calamity requires their presence.
Mostor llieiu are already aware that their
serwrcs will le required In desolated Ar
menia during the next six or eight montlLS.
and without exception they have notiried
ilisa Barton that they are arraneinc their
private affairs for a possible year's air
sence. anil wui ne reauy 10 nru iu nei
the dangers ami Tesiwiisibllities lmolved
111 the greatest of relief movements.
The preparations for tlie present under
tjikiieareneceasa rily attended withereater
deliberation and caution than those hitherto
carried out undsr Miss liarion's guidance,
as 111 no former experience of the organiza
tion has it been nccessarv to leave this coun
trv and operate far from its principal
sources of encouraeeiuent.
Tlih, however, does not deter the execu
tive orriccrs or the American National Red
Cross, who are confident or the'cordial sup
port of all the National Red Cross Asocia
tiousacting under the convention of Geneva,
in fact, a cablegram of approval from the
international president of the Red Cross,
(iuslave Movnler or Switzerland leaves no
doubt as to the co-operation of all countries
lu the work.
MondavV St. AhHPli Entries.
First race Maidens: selllnc: five and a
half rurlongf. Bloodstone. King or Hearts.
Fuller Owens, ami Despot. l()feach:I!eldeii.
ClovH. Fatal. Eutelda. illssTrlslan. Cretta
MeO.. Volcanic, and By Hordon, U2 each.
Second race Two-M-ar-olds: selling:
six rurlongs. Crescs-nt. Beunlngs. Fred Mu
nich. Sir Carl eton. Arabella, Nestor. Rodney.
MulLigllmore. and Treanna. 105 each:
Devola. Tred K.. and.Onsifince. UK) each.
Third race l'our-vear-olds and 1111; sell
lpg: five rurloncs. Black Hawk. Hyaway.
and Avon. 108 each: Fredericks. Flonmor.
I'nscoe. Herndou. Warlike. Grampian.
Cuckoo. McDonald.audTaiumanvHa 11,105
Fourth race Three-year-olds and np
ward: elhne: s-ven furlongs. Eliza
beth, Connors, Devisee Remorse, I'oco
iiontas, aud Hazel. 100 each: O'nearn,
Staffa, Broiiston, Clarence, 101 eacb
Fifth race All ages: srfhne; six and a
half furlongs. Tribute, Con Lucy, and
Walcot, 10!i each; Vemisliurg, Siva, Capt.
.lack, and Gen. Bakis, 104 each; Cody and
Siberia, 03 each.
Sixth race Four-year-olds and upward-
selling: one mile. Leigh, Chief
Justice. Van Dyke, Courtney, Mote, TVest
over. Blue Bird, Hay Tay, and Romeo, 115
Marriage licenses were Issued today us
Emanuel B. Plieffer of New York and
Wmfred G. Onion or Washington.
Henry Trueer and Caroline Volet.
Thomas Nlthciij and Maggie N. Respcrs.
Joseph Adams and Georgia Bruce.
Bartlctl Johnson and Mary L. Johnson.
William Mushake of Baltimore and Bar
bara Maier of Washington.
Tallwtt O. Fullzzl and Frances L. Mast
brook vJili0.11 -i"?? er l2uu--n the St. Lawrence
Valley and the Central Rotky Mountain
regions, and low north of Lake Superior
where .1 depression of considerable energy
It-is warmer In Xhc SouUiwest. the cen
tral valleys, the la kc regions, and New Eng
land. Tlip-teniperatnrejhas fallen to freez
ing In the South Atlanticand Gulr States,
and It Is coider'ln Florida, where heavv
rrostsare re ported as farSoulhas Tampa.
Condition of tlie Water.
-High and low tides are officially recorded
at the Navy Tard for today as follows:
12 p. in. C:22p. ui.
Temperature and condition of tlie water
at .ft; m-:oarc?t fo"s Temperature. 32:
condition, 30. Receiving reservoir Tern-
neratllre. !t'rnnllHnn n- nnrfh ..-,
JG; condition at sonth connection. 3t. Lis
tribatlng'rcservolr Temperature. 34: eon
dltlon at hifraent gatehouse. 36: effluent
Schedule for Street Llirbtimr.
gul8hedit5:sa,..ni,t ' """
NaDhtna lamns llehtpd'nt r.?tn n m .
because the selling
season's nearly over
and we've more high
grade suits than we care
"We've bunched every
$18, $20 and S22.50 sack
and cutaway suit in the
house .(cla' worsteds ex
cepted) and you may
have your pick for
It's as snug a saving
as you've ever made
and ought to bring you
men who' re used to good
clothing here in a hurry.
Every one's of our
own manufacture no
one wants a better rec
ommendation for their
style and goodness.
We're ready for 3-011 holi
Mufflers Tics Canes
Umbrellas Gloves Silk
Suspenders and hundreds
of other inexpensive little
gifts that will please the
Cor. 7th and E Sts. N. W.
No Branca Etora in Waihiajrioi.
Lawyer Worthington Said His
Colleagues Were Dictatorial.
HIGHWAY. ACT PROCEEDINGS
The Colloipiy lift u ecu Coimoel Start
ed In the ltcfjner of ItespoudentM
I.atvyer.HTtiiit t lm.n or inni'iit'. At
torney He -Minlii to Wrlro Dunn
Their l'ruyers for IiiMrtirtiniiK.
Thejury in the condemnation proceedlncs
having been excused Jesterday until Mon
day, Justice Cox filled In the interim by
listening today to the attorneys, who di
Mr. A. K. 'Worthliiirlon f irt.addreKttl the
court. He said the government will be sat
isfied ir tlie jury in instructed to be gov
erned in making its n'ssewments by the
rule laid down in the Kocfc Creek Part
case, with special instruction as to rule
11. He argued that except in WashbiKton
and In Ihe State of Pennsylvania anr
Mrcet In any city that may h.ive been u.cd
for a hundred ears may be Improved and
the entire to-a charged to the abutlinc
property, rated as to the numtt-r or front
leel. lu I'enn)lvaiiLa onlv the original
paving may lis m charged. Even there the
presentence would be Indorsed.
DIVIDIXO Tilt EXPENSE.
It ivas belleTCd. he said, to be 11 fair war
to divide the expenM.' The improvement N
largely for the IvneNt of the property, and
Congress provided that where a p,irt of
the lot of an owner Is divided all points are
coniidered aud a credit Is entered up ac
cording to the relative d.im.ige and benefit.
Here the di-usslon branched off into
IMrsonal expLiualtons and in hirce degree
became colloquial. Tlie attornevs for re
spondem, through Messrs. Sath.1nienvih.0n
aud W. L.. Cole. huited that the govern
ment should prepare the Instructions asked
for " In blai-k aud white." and arter a brier
epitome of prior proccedliiir. and also of
the proposed Inttrttuions. Mr. 'Worthing
ton arose nnd objected to the tone of his
lie thought he had nssumed an attitude
that was in a slight degree offensive,
and after a disclaimer from Mr. Wilson
the request for written Instructions was
renewed: whereupon Mr. Worthington
renewed his exceptions to the dictatorial
tone employed by counsel.
lie said this spirit had been manifested
from the Inception of the proceedings
before the ciiief Justice, wherein it hnd
t.ccn insinuated that thc-District Commis
sioners and.tbelr counsel had been conduct
ing the case with the view or delay. The
Commissioners, he said, had striven to
obviate the very difficulties that now con
fronted the attornevs bv i.avinc an amend
ment offered to the original act
PKOCEED WITH THE CASE.
Bo far as lie was concerned, personally,
he would now proceed with the case and
Insist upon the consideration of the issues'
us presented, the government having been '
compelled by the motion f propertv-own-ers
In enter upon the hearing, cveu though
the dirilcultles seemed to be great, and
would pursue the matter until a court or
last resort decides. If It shall, that the ben
efits may not be considered according to
the present construction or the act.
Mr. Wilson retorted brsayincthnt if any
one could br more dictatorial tli.iu his
brother Worthington, he had not yet met him
In this cace. He attributed no improper
motives to either the Commissioners or
counsel, but he did believe and would now
say that the government hail assumed to
conduct the proceedings in their own war.
seemingly regardless of Ihe Interests of
The nucstion of benefits and the applica
tion of the law thereto came up In tho
course of the discussion, and Mr. Worthing
ton held that tnc taw makes it otiiigaiory
UDon Ihe Jury to nut onlv consider abutting
property, but all property anywhere that
may derive benefit from the extension of
THE RESPONDENTS' REASON.
This. Mr. Wilson said, presented a diffi
culty, bringing in a line or benefits running
away out nobody knovvs where, and consti
tuted a main reason why the respondents
wanted the government to ivrite out the
instructions prayed for.
Justice Cox here made a suggestion, to
tlie effect that the task imposed upon the
Jury is a gigantic one. and he could scarce
ly see how It Is to be discharged suc
cessfully, and by way of comment upon
this phase of the nucstion It was remarked
by counel that It will be necessary to
"visit each piece of property and assess
benefits according to the circumstances
The outcome of the hearing was the sub
mission of instructions In writing by re
spondents for the consideration or the court.
The only Instructions asked for by the
government were those outliued by Mr.
Worthington. The court adjourned until
Bwstiin Murderer Sentenced.
Iloston. Dec. 14. Aligns I. Gilbert, the
convicted murderer of the little girl. Alice
M. Sterling, was today sentenced to be
hanged on Friday. February 21. next.
IU'vere's Pnnoli Bowl.
The silver punch bowl of Eevolutionary
fame given to the Sons of America by
Paul Revere is figuring In a bill of equity
before Judge Barker in-Ihe supreme court
of Massachusetts. The bowl had passed
into the possession of Richard Mackle,
whp recently died, and the heirs or the
estate, William and George H.IIackle, both
William. Ihe elder, la plaintiff against
Henry M. Williams, administrator, to re
cover the bowl on the ground of seniority
and supported, by his father's wish that it
be handed down in the .family through pri
mogeniture. New York Press.
Street Cars fcjt Stop on Near
TEiMILES, AM HOUE SPEED
Tlilx Hatu.M.u9i,Bo.Mittntuliied lu the
City, But Ciirn-Miiy Hun at Fifteen
Mile in tlio Su!nirh I.tKhtK hi
JN'Iglitt on Both KndH of Cur.-, Can
Ston But Five Minute nt CroslngM.
Tlie Commissioners spcntabouttwohuiir.
over the police regulation aniewjmcuis UiH
At the close they announced cliarges :w to
running of street- cars from a maximum
siiecd of nine miles, to. a maximum of ten
miles aud au Increase of distance between
running carsf roth 60 to IOO feet.
The amenued. section reads, so far as
amended portions are concerned, as fol
lows: No street car shall move faster than ten
miles nu hour in the city nor just"r than
lilteen miles an hour outside the city.
Street cars shall not cxiced n mmiiI oLfive
miles an bonrarsttret crossings, and when
necessary to Btopshjllstop on me nearside
thereor, except where ttm mechanical aii
pliances make it impracticable to do so; mir
shall any street car stand upon n street or
avenue for a lunger period than three
minutes, unless the way be obstructed, nor
stop so as to i hMruct a street crossing or
Intersecting street. No street car shall
follow a preceding car nt a less interval
than 101) leer, un!-ss coupleil thereto.
Every street car in motion after sun
down shall have two lights, one at tlie
forward, the other at the rear end of
All vehkles moving In streets with cur
tracks shall keen on the right side and
between the right side and curb.
The Washington ami Georgetown Com
pany, which now olw.i stops on the rar
side of the street, had no preWoui, notice
of the chatfgc to stopping on the near side.
As thirty d.ijs' notice is reiiiiridbeforeany
penalty for dlsobeiug the law can be en
forced. It Is noJLiiVobablo the change will
actually he maile before January 1 next.
BRIEF AND SIMPLE RITES
Remains of Judge Thurman at Ee3t
in Greenlawn Cemetery.
Mhhj- Vlutw-d tlie Body mid Floral
Trlbnteo Were XiiuifroUM, But
ColiiiiibuH, Ohio, lice. 14. The brief and
simple lkirial services of Allen U. Thnnnan
were held at the family residence on Wash
ington aveiueand Itlth street this morning.
There were man more people presriil
than could lie admitted to the house, not
withstanding the private character or the
funeral. , ,-.
A profusion of flowers covered the space
aoo.it inc coma, wmcu w;is pi.iceii m me
nnhwav Ic.-iitlng from the residence the
deceased had occupied to that occupied
uy ins son, Alien i. iiiunuan.
Among the early arrivals was Gov. Mc
Klnley. aceoniKinIel by the State olfl
ciati: ex-Gor. CuiilH'!l ami IIou. I.. T.
Neal of Chllllcothe were alo tiresent.
The services at the house were conducted
by llev. J. L. UroVer. huinelf fU years old.
and a close friend of the defended. Mr.
tirover officiated at the funeral of Mrs.
Thurman. three years ago. and the service
deeply Impressed .lodge Thurman, who at
that time reuueited llev. Gro er to rewat It
nt his funeral.
The ervlce Coh-Isted of the reading of
the ninetieth Psaliu. the Lord's tir-i or. read
ing nt the special rune rsl rne. reading from
the fifteenth chptersr 1 Corinthians. "Now
Is Christ risen .virt become the lint fruits
or thim that blent," followed by the liene.
After all Ihfrse Present had withdrawn
nnd Ielt the rmnliv-joue wilh the dead. Mr.
lirovcrugaluoffereilpraier.atHi. the rami! r
haIiig wlltidrawn." the residence was
thrown oncn. and thoe who Iiad not been
able to gjlu ailmlsslon were permitted to
passmrougii tuenaiisani viewine remains.
Mr. Orover aniKjanrcl that the services
would In" oiicludwl privately at the grave
bv Rev. I". L. Rexfonl of the linKeris-ill-l
Church. The remains werelnterred in Green
lawn Cemetery, by the side of his wife.
coNcms axi duck.
Botli Will lb' Glad If Clciebtntl
It is said that the President may return
to Washington tomorrow probably lu
To do this It will lie necessary for him.
In all likebood, to leave the light-house
tender at Norfolk, and take u railway
It was understood about the executive
departments today that the President will
lie at nis desk Jlomiay morning.
No uneasiness Is felt by the officials
of the Light-House Board or others as to
the President's' safety, though no defi
nite news of his whereabouts had been
received up to 11 a. ni.
from the verr mlure of their duties the
captains or the lighthouse tenders are r.imll
uir with every nookaislcovealoiigtht-coast.
nnd .voulrt know where to lake effective
Tlie Violet, it is said, is undoubtedly In
some safe anchorage, though as Ihe storm
has prostrated tlie wires in man) directions
no precise news as to her whereabouts Is
There Is reason to believe that in case the
President should not beableto reach Wash
ington on or before Monday next by reason
of Ihe stress of weather and the low stage
or water In the Albemarle and Chesapeake
canal, both the Venezuelan correspondence
ami Secretary Carlisle's report may be sent
to Congress on that day.
A lady ill LoDdon sent to Frederick W.
Vanderbilt last Christinas a green enam
elled snuffbox Willi a medallion on the lid.
It was apprjbed at the custom house to
lie worth Sa.To. Theduty on the box was
S8.73. Mr. Vanderbilt did not pay the
duty. He left the box In government
"hock." i'estcrday the box was up for
a bidder at the sale of unclaimed customs
packages. David A. Tcfft bought if for
$27.30. New Tork Press.
Toys and Gifts!
We, are ready for the Holiday Rush. SANTA
Clatjs will be here daily from 8 a. in. until clos
ing tiitie with his usual stupendous array of T03-S
and Gifts for the little children and the bigger
odes, too. Come today with the children all of
Desks-wlth double hlatk-boardsj.p-.
Dolls' Toy Chairs,..
IVire -Wt-elVe-fl; i Qi I 01 I CQ
luclpedes, each j I . 1 , 1 .0 ' i .00
Iron Axle Painted Wagons
UphoUitered Boll Car
riages.,.. Kid body and Bisque head
Dolls .- ,
Vab Sets complete..
Exact model of a Missis
sippi Side-wheel Steamer
Patrol Wagon with G men,
t S. -W. AUGENSTEIN,
1 . m o i f
i ! f
t 7W" J
9 i sell only tlm UniW tint Dt ncrt
Ladlei Krtrn Qimlity Morm Kid- A
ten., wlile or neon!'- tut hcWOOrt
,irj:!l.; heil -UOU A
Marvel Rubbers. A
llflvn vuiiuhimi ILOIU? JlOul'iO'l OUt f m
pura gniu will outwear threo ordinary T
T.3dlH stzu......... 70
Hubter Kfotn'for old nurt youD
llif lnu'kO "muJt acceptatlo holiday
WM. HAHN & CO.'S
RKLUELK SHOE HOIMCS,
SSV33J Tth bt X. V.
3M4I91 PIL.AV& N. W.
ZZL Pa. Ave. b. V.
II DESTirOTE CHILDREN
Pathetic Scene Enacted in the
DETERMINATION OF JUDGE
The Oflxprint; of Kdtiiiimln Act Vlo
luton. Must Be Supported or the
Parents Will He Made to Feel the
lllgor of the Ijiw-New Phrtise of
When the van from the Seventh precinct
station house reached the police court this
morning with its load of dtrtv vags and
drunks Ccrtlc Mudd. a little fourteen-year-old
white girl, and her brother. Lewis,
aged eight, cLunbenil down the steps and
ran shivering luto Mn- gloomy building.
They were almost as dirty and ragged as
the older prisoners, aud their half-start ed.
balf-frozeu appearance excited the sjm
nathy of every one around the courtroom.
They were destitute children, from Cls
hcITs. Cherry Hill. Georgetown, and when
warmed up and fed were turned over to
Agent Samuel S. Parkman, who net It I. tied
Judge Miller to turn them over to tho
board of children's guardians.
Their parents are both while, but in
addition to these two tlie mother has
two twins, about two years old, and bolb
as black as elKiny.
LT1UOXIC CHAISITV SUBJECTS.
Mr. I'arJaiian said that the parents were
thronio charity subjects, the Arsociated
Charities taking care of them in summer
as well as in winter, and that they were
not fit to have the custody of children.
TLc mother orotcsted againt being
deprived of the children: threw herself
on ilr. Parkman's neck and declared she
would work and starve for them. The
court finally threatened tosei d 1 r to Jad
UsLc did uot keep culet.anit Alr.Parkruau
took the two children away.
Attxiruing to a n-cent order rrom Judge
Miller the I.'dniuuds law will be made
effectual, to some extent. In compelling
tieople to support their (.hlldren. whether
legitimate or not. -
In an immense numls'r of cases of desti
tute children brought to the attention of
Agent Parkman of the Board of Poor Chil
dren's Gaardi.itis the pa rents are unmarried,
and in some caes are living together in
adultery, oue party or the other being mar
ried to some one else.
MUST SUPPORT CHILUREX.
Jadge Miller instructed Agent Parkman
to prosecute under the Kdmuuds law any
cases here It could be proven that the
couples were living in adultery, if they
r fused to contribute tt the support of the
Accordingly todav Agent Parkmanswore
out a warrant charging Joseph Palmer and
itose isnsn wttn adultery, as tney reiused
to contribute to the support of a child, and
they will be tried in the Douce court Mou
day. Their child has been turned out to
the noaru or guaruians.
BLAMES THE AMEH1CANS.
Bulim Nan Paper Cliu nres Missionaries)
Are lomcntliig Local Troubles.
Phlhpoppopobs. Bulgaria. Dec. 14. The
English is.nstil here has translated as fob
lows hu item in a Turkish paper published.
In this city:
General satisfaction has been caused by
the bringing to light of the seditious Inten
tion of the Aincrltnu missionaries, who. on
the pretext of aiding, go about the vilayets
of Anatolls sowing the seed of sedition.
which are in tnetr minus.
We are -glad to hear Miat the Imperial
goernmeut is taking energetic means to
repress and drive away such masters of
The missionaries meant are those of the
American lioard. of Boston.
Minor District Mattertt.
KU11UII1j- lJVJii.sJ .vv. .s, uuu; .j
follows: M. V. CaMwell, eight two-atory
Btreet Miiitlit-at, 51G.00O; William riell,
bricfc BtaM. Nu. 313 Twcnty-sccniKl street,
lUttfii by n VIcIoum Dots.
1006 Sixth Mrtet Mmhwet, v?a bitten
on ilw left leg by a vicious Uojr Oils htorn-
4nn ITIt lninriis miv lrps! at the
Blackboards, 3 styles.,
S styles Decorated Pioncr
Sets, 112 pieces, latest
Gold bawl French China
Tea Sets. 50 pieces
Plush seat and back Hock
Children Chairsor Rockers,
Extra large size Toy Tea
Sets, llnely decorated ..
All 98c Iron Toys reduced
All 49clron and Wood Toys
Tree Ornaments, per dozen
Upholstered top Solid Oak
439 7th St. NW
Presidents of Three Lines Confer
With Commissioners. .
ME. DUjNLOP'3 OPPOSITION
lie loc Xut VViint Cable Crn Hun
K.tMtcr Than "lno Miles tin Hour.
Mr. Phillips" WrVTild 'lib' '-MUlslled
With Ji'liic nnd it Half I'nder Cer
t itl ll Conditions.
President O. T. Bunion, of the Capital
i Traction Coiirpaiiy, appeared before Ihe
I Commissioners this mofiing in rtgard to
' tlie proposed lncreate or ieid for street
1 car?. He first asked whether there was
not a law passed by Ccigrefs regulating
the speed of chicles,
i He opposed tLe Increase of sjieed. The
I cable car, as was "well kiown, must run at
II ami- rate at every I nlm, so long as
. tLe grip's l.okl on the cable was main
Italned. l'urthermore, at the very points'
where the danger is great that Is, at
the curves a firm grip must be taken
'In the table and the tars must go rourd
at run speed. -
UB company was able to run the cars at
a greaierspeedlhanthenlncmllesaii hour
now kept, but he thought It was not ad
visable to do so. Home persons, he- said.
were so eager for rapid traruii that they
would want to go at forty-five mile" an
hour, but thjs would be very foolishly dan
gerous. MOMENTUM AT CROSSI.NGB.
In answer to (mentions, he said his cars
now run by momentum merely at crossings
and on meeting other cars.
MaJ. Powell asked It there wits not a
regulation in his coiiiiianr's charter on the
subject of speed. Mr. 1J union answered
there was in the Kocfc Creek (barter, lim
iting it to fifteen mih-i nn hour: nothing In
tne Georgetown charter.
PresJuVut Phillips or the Metropolitan
was present. He said the acts or January
IMS. 1KS7. and February 20. 1S!C, wou.d
permit the Commissioners to make u regu
lation ullowing greater speed- on one road
than a not her and a tone point than another.
He said urder existing conditions his road
was able to run only three and scvhi
eicbths miles In thirty-two minutes when
limited bv the law to nine tulles an hour.
The main difficulties were the delays
by the Anacostla cars running on the same
tracks, the stoppages by the Pennsylvania
railroads trains crossing Ids tracks, slstv
a day: waits ror vehicles ard for passen
ger, and the hill Irom G street t.. New
Vork avenue. He was not asking for any
thing lor the Capital Traction Company,
neither was he asking an exclusive privi
lege. The Metropolitan speed up to O
DELATED BY WAGONS.
M.iJ. Powill njkei ir the carv were i,ol
muih delayed on B street, between Sixth
and Ninth, by market wagons, and he an
swered yes. He also said In answer lo
MaJ. Powell that he was willing to give
Anacostia cars free tranxfers in order lo
kevp Ihem orf his track. It was not. how
ever, a collecting line In the seueof the law
compelling reciprocal transTers.
M r. innilop said he thought the lines were
connecting lines, since It was possible to
run from one road to the other. Itoails that
merely cross. he thought were not connecting
M r. Phillips said he was running now on a
twentr-elght minute schedule over the
Ninth street line, and to mak- that time he
must be allowed to make at the ends or the
road, where there was little (ross travel.
Ihe time lost by the stoppages referred to.
Endir present coislltions people wcrecom
nlalmng that the elcstrsc tars were "a
slow coach." not much better than horse
cars. He would be satisfied with a
Sthcdule run of nine and a half mile an
hour, wilh the privilege of reaihlnc that
average peed bv running faster. t the ends.
Mr. Dtiiiiopsaid his road was making -7-
nilnute time on tlie Seventh street branch.
K ten mtlcsan hourwereallowed he wuld
certaiuly make It 22 minutes, ami. if 12
nnle. in 18 minutes.
lie thought tho increase Avould be danger
President K. Y. Baker of the Columbia
road said his company would be glad to
have a slight Increase In the speed allowed
In order to reallv become rapid transit.
Atlheprcsen' ratelheycould do little better
than bv the old method. If twelve mile
an hour were alio wed. thecablecould make
It. but he Ihoaght It would be nnsire. Ten
and a hair to eleven miles. hecouidered the
Tlie matter was taken under advisement.
Three Weeks More Will Be deed
ed for Tunnel Ime-tltnttloiu
When the engineer exports preivtring a
reiiort on Lydeeker's tunnel adjourn this
afternoon it will not meet again before
thegreat hole Is cleared of water.
"it may take as long as three weeks to
do that," said Gen. Craighlll to a Times
reporter. "1 have ordered Capt. Galllard
to put In another pump and push the work.
"Ton can depend upon it that we are
going to make no balNhearKd Job of this
Investigation, and when thecommisioners
report is finished it will be an ircii-clad one
that will obviate the necessity of any
more suspense about what the tunnel is
good for. There is no particular use
of hurrying the Investigation. The Con
gressional committee Is not jet formed."
In the interim the experts will return
to their respective homes.
Had the investigation not reached the
partially complctid condition It has,
an adjournment would still have been
necessary today, because Mr. Fitzgerald
is compelled to be at his desk in Boston next
Dentil of Cortlliutl Melc'tiern.
Rome. Dec. 1-1. Cardinal Paul Melchen
is dead. He was horn In Munster. Germany.
January i. I8i:i. and was creat. d a cardi
nal July 27. 1885.
Ht'It'iiKe of Frank Rnlen.
Frank Gales, whose prior application for
release from jail was denied by Commission
er O'Donnell, has at last succcedtd. Ills
attorneys, Jcpper Jfc I)e Graffenreld, renew
ed the motion in his behalf, subseuueut to
yesterday's, proceedings, and secured his
GOOD PRICES TODAY.
Best Flmtres of tlie Week Billed for
the Half Saturday.
New York. Ilec.-1-I. The industrials mo
noioli7cd the attention of traders at the
Stock Exchange this morning, and thebest
priees of the week wercmade lu a number of
Tlie big operators were prominent in
Leather and Tobacco, and on h.-avv buvinz
the former rose 2, to 7U, and the latter 3 7-3.
Chicago Gas was taken up to 70 r-8 on
the belief that the di'cislou In the Wbitner
case will belu favor of the company. Su
gar sold up 1-4 to 103 1-4, and Tennessee
Coal 3-4 to 33.
Pacific Mail rose about a. point oa the
settlement of the difficulty with the Pnnama
road. The railway list was dull and
Xrw York Stock Market.
Furnishi-dbvFrank Wilson Brown, broker.
No. 1335 F street.
Oa nirn b. CIos.
Amettean Tobacco T3 6ti 73 Tojj
Atchison. Topeka., a 9. F 16 16J4 16$ 16J1
Canada Southern Sivt Ml 54 M
U.H.aiulncy ES M 6t$J KK
Chesapeako Ohio lTlj l?l 1714 irti
Chlcacoaaiu C9J5 71 U au TDJ
Det. Lack. Weaiern.... 6 1C8 166 1SU
OlstiliBr Cattle feed.. 1S'4 ll$ 13'j !sS
DolawaretJUndsoa..... K01 1S9m lti lta'.i
trie 1SI iSiS liW 1214
Ueneral ja:trtc 30Ti 31 Sjr 31
NeirJersoy Central...... 10S ItHrs! llSV, I0SJJ
LakeShere .' 131 I5l4l31?i 151
LoulsTitlsaaa NashrlUs. S-H KH S3 52
Leather IS1! IS1 I2 1I
LenhortirS .. 6Si 70 t8J C3't
hT. nTd CO',5 30?$ 3014 5ai!
Jllibuun Pactac 8 8 8 S
Jiauliorua Eloraiod 102 KM Wi 102
orthwcst lM',j lf4Ji JUlij JC4'i
Northern racIOs pfo... . 11) Ulf, u4 n.
N. Y. Gas V.VC. loCn K0U 1;9:
I'aclflcitalb -. 3St5 S2(t, SilJ 32)j
heaitlng I. 8!l bra 8 d
Hocklstaaa 'i U U '.t
touthorn. lu :o 10 13
SoulLernpM... 31 CJ IS El
St-faut 7Mi 73JJ ". 73
bugar IUri If'U ' l!tj
Teniitssoel'oal slroii... IWt 33 VM C2;j,
Texas l'actan ....... . S-i Sjj H 8j
Unlou j'acltti: Mj 6)i LH 65
Wabasa pr:ret 17 ISM lJs ISij,
Westeru cnlou'i'ot..... M) lUJi bO 89
Washington .stoi'c Ctaiau.
Sales Traders' Nat. Bank. 10 at Kit. l6 a: 103.
U. S. Klectrlc Ustt, 1 at 13), 30 at 1..
GOVEttSlTENTBOVDi IHi As'Col
vs. 4'& .....it...... .in nn,
U.S. 4'a- .!.. ljaji luaj
U. S. 4's. ,.I92i.,..121. 13114
V. S.5's : M0l US H3W
msnucr or coLtmBLLBOxos.
V 1S -a.year Fumlbts.. ....10l
S'lSW"5J-ToarFaallnfitX....lU- . .
grasp an iefcar quickly
act on it at once.
smart fellows these.
arc forsaking their
v ready-made idols for
li tailoring exclusive
ly reason "a fit
costs no more than a
who have seen those
rich and beautiful
are ordering suits
to measure for
906 F Street nw.
are most acceptable
and appropriate. "We show
a line of Men's Slippers,
from 50c upwards, that
you should see before you
Ve are doing; an en
ormous business in Rubbers
for men, women, and chil
dren. 'Ve sell Rubbers at
very nearly what they cost
us. You can save money by
buvintr vours here.
S1LS8Y & CO.,
Commission Stock Brokers
correspondents J. R. WILLARD & CO.
aro lnritetl to use on of our board rooms
for tha holdiug of any commiuee, cnarity
or other ineolluc3. botweea 9 and 4 o'clock.
We will be glad to open an account with
them and giro advice roffanUnj lnrest-znont-i.
American Security & Trust
C J. fir.LU President.
1405 G St.
T. J. H0DGEN & CO..
Brokers and Dealers
.. . i. .
Stochs, Cotton, Grain. Provisions-
local OficteKconn 10. U, 15 Corcoran BulU
Inir. t05 7tQ SL, cnijosito l'ateat Onlca
Ofltces Philadelphia. Kaltnnore. WasUIugtor
FRANK WILSON BROWN.
1335 F Street North wost.
Stocks, Bonds, Grain, Provision
Direct Frlrale Wires I Loog Distance.
rrlcclpal Cities. I 1414.
MESSRS. THEO. W. MYERS & CO..
No. 4-7 New St.. New York,
Meirbcr3 of tho KewYorlc Stodt Exchaaja.
7"al931 "Water MocC currency. 115
;'1W; Watorstoct" currencr..... US ....
MetKKConr Cs. 19UI 116 WH
fttet linConT5?3 .................... 107 ......
Belt 1! ItS'sltei SI S7
EcLluston h i:u-, is'jcnn sk 103
Columbia K lWa. IMi 112 11
Wash tins Co, ser A, Ga.lvoi-'Z!.... IIS
U ash Gas Co. bar U. fa, ltOI-'il .... US
nasnGasCoC.onTS-a.rJ01 Itt IM
V. S. iaec LiEht Conr S's. 1W1
Chosapea&o A TotomacTelS-'s.... 93 H...
Amerteclrast5-a. Pand.X, l!rti 101
Ainer bee s Trust y, Anna O.isas. 101
Wash Mnrlcet Co lit IT. iSf.'-lv!l
17,000 retired annraliy 110
Wash -Mart Co Imp G'a, Isli-'-T 110
Weh Mart Co Ezfn Va. 131-S'. 113 ....
l!asonl:IlallAss'nys,u, l'JOj 103 ......
Wash U lnlantrj 2slSa.lWI 104
NiTIO.SiL Bl.M STOCKS
Ban of X'ashlncton ISO 200
anic ofilepcblic U
31otropoUtan...... ........ 0 SOU
rarmora and lechanlca'.. ........ 13J ......
Second. 135 no
Columbia. 110 no
T'estnl Uii 1CM
Traders IPO 10!
Ijncoln.. ...... .............. .......... 113 105
Ohio &3 90
sait: Dtrosrr aid Tiirsr co-a.
Nat Sate Uepnsit 'irns: ISO 135
W ash Loan a Trust :19 V21
Am Security Trust 140 ..
Mashbafe Deposit. .......... .... 7a
Capital Traction Co T4g 7
M eiropolitaii VS 100
Columbia U d
litorcetOTmnna Tonallrrown 7
Wa'binstoauns... t-IJ-i 47
Georgetown Gas.. 45 .....
L.." rilecirio LhtUt 121 IJJ
Columbia u iti
UigG - . 3 ii
Vooplc'a 5j ytx
Lincoln. 7U 3
CommerclaL. .' l.'j ....
TITtK INSCI!ANCt BT0CE3
Ileal IstateTltle 113 11a
Columbia Title 7
W ashiugtcn 1 ltle 7
District Title. SIJ 10
rennaylrania.... 37 ......
Chesapeako nnu Totomaa 43 SO
American tirnphophono ............ St 4
l'ncumailcGun Uarrlace.... .25 .SO
Xersanttialer Ltnocype. 211 233
Washington Market. . II .....
Great r alls-iCtf .......... 120 13
Bull Jtuu i'auorama. ........r...... ...-
Lincoln Hall 70 93