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THE WASHINGTON TIMES. THUBSDAX,'JTOTEt14. 1894.
HEARING-ITS FINAL YOTE
What Will Be Done When the Tariff
Bill Passes the Senate.
Senate Leaden Said to Be Desirous of Hav
ing the Committee a Cloie Corporation.
Statement! by the Vice President, Speaker
Crisp and Senator Yoorhtw.
Thera Is consWerablo gossip at the Capitol ft
tn tariff bill U nearinc tu final toU in the Sen
ate concerning the number of the conferees ou
both sides and the tests the bill Trill bar to
undergo before being accepted by both Houses
and recelrlDff the signature of the President
So far as the number of conferees is concerned
a story has been going tho rounds during the
past twenty-four hours to the effect that the
tariff loaders in the Senate, realizing that they
bod framed and passed a bill which was not
satisfactory to a largo number of Democrats In
the House, and to which, therefore. It was prob
able a yery considerable opposition would be
developed accordingly, were desirous or having
the oonf erence committee as close a corporation
as possible, in order to prevent too much 'kick
ing' from ihe House conferees. Precedent, in
the way of courtesy at least, has fixed the gen
eral rule that one ilouso shall name tho same
number of conferees as the other. If, therefore,
tho number could be limited in the Senate, it
would, unless the House scented danger, prob
ably result In the choice of a similar number In
that body. The story as that the Senate lead
ers were afraid of some men who might bo
placed on this conference conimlttco in the
House, and were to take this means Of ltmlttng
Ncunrn or conferees.
Vlco President Stevenson, when a.lod whether
ho had decided on the number of Senate confer
ees, stated that he had not That would In all
probability be determined by the resolution In
troduced by some member of the Finance Com
mittee providing for the appointment of such a
benator Voorhoes, when asked what would be
the number, said ho had not given the matter
much attention, and that the story that there
were to be less than seven mombers In order to
rush matters through was a mere rumor. Then,
with a majestic sweep of his arm, he said: "Now
It Is nothing but rumors; the air is full of them.
they embrace ecrythlng and everybody, and I
never cease wondering where they all come
from. I can not .talk on rumors "
Tho Senator then expressed It as his recollec
tion that there were seven conferees In the 31c
Ktnley bill conference, but he thought that was
a departure from precedent, , If there were such
a thing as precedent In this matter, und thut
thero were less In 1S31 An examination Into the
facts proved that tLts Indiana Senator wnn cor
rect and that tho number as seven In eacb
bodylnlS90and five iu 1&3 Ibo Mills bill
never got to conferenco
Speaker Crisp stated to a Tikes reptesrnta
tlve yesterday that the House would probably
appoint the samo number of conferees as the
Senate. It was perfectly free to act as it tho-a,
however, and if the resolution should authorize
a number, of course that nould settle the mat
ter. The conferee vote separately, that is
House conferees as one bdyhiid Senate confer
ees as another body, and It makes no difference,
therefore, what the number Id, except so fir as
the difficulty cf handling a larger body of men
xnlpbt cause. The Speaker usually appulnts the
GOOD DEAL OF OPPOSITION.
In conversation with a loading member of the
'Ways and Means Committee It was learned that
there was a good deal of opposition to the pres
ent form of the Wilson bill In the Senate, and
that It would rrobably be found that tho opposi
tion element was well represented In the confer
ence committee. In that case he promised
there would be a vigorous fight in both confer
ence and House, and that in that event he
thought the House would become thoroughly
Hegardlng the personnel of the conferees It Is
only possible at this time to conjecture The
xnemuts of the House.nov, In congress who
were ronfereei fr the McKlulev bill nre Messrs.
McMillin, Dmgley, and UurroJphs. Those now
in the Senate who were &enate conferees were
ilesbm. Aldrkh. Allison, Sherman, and -McPher-eou,
Mr. uorLees. by request of Mr. McPherscn,
belus later substituted for the New Jersey ben
ator. The present chairmen of the Ways and Mean
subcommittees are Mr. Wilson, chairman on
schedule; Mr McMillan, on 1 menial revenue,
and Mr. 'lurner, in administrative features.
It would vOii.aril ho. probable tdat these
three geutlmeu would be among tho conferees,
but thefntt thai there 1 little probability of
dispute en tun Internal revenuo and adminis
trative pttrtf o' tiie bill micM lead to a 'holce of
zneu m"r in miliar wltn the schedules It Is
generally believed bj ihoe best Informed that
such a cuutee will be pursued.
And Look at These
Boys' $3 RnssH Calf Bals, only $1 95.
Mcub ii Hussia Calf Bals, only $2 (B.
J.vc's 42.50 C ilf Welle.! Bals, only SJ 13.
Ladles' S3 Russia Calf Blucher High Shoes,
only 51 tt
Ixdics' J3 Russia Calf Blucber Oxfords, only
Levies' 12 50 Talent Tip Dongola Oxfords, only
I nilles f.4 Russet Oxfords, only $1.11.
Mleses' '.' Russia Calf Lace Shoes, only !.!.
TIIOlS.iND- OF OTHER SPECIAL VALUES
DURING THIS GKEAT SALE AT
THE WARREN SHOE HOUSE,
GEO. VV. RICH,
919 F STREET.
Remember number, as we bare no branch
NEW YORK BUFFET,
405 TENTH STREET NORTHWEST. 8mo
The Beauty Spot.
Mile. Solange d'Estournel bad passed her
tlxte pnlh year; tho Chevalier Sylvanlre de
Bassompierre his eighteenth. Here eyes
were bright. Her complexion had the white
ness of tbi- lily, blended frith the pink of the
ro3?. Little tendrils of blond hair played
about her forehead like a swarm of butter
flies. Her manner was a trlQle petulant. His
e cs rooked down ; his expression was solemn;
the ; nk of his cheeks colored to carnation
ard pjrplc at tho lightest Jest
She bad just finished her etndies at the
Alilnip-cux-Iiols. She knew enough of his
toty not to ask If the then reigning king,
Louis XVI. were the son of his predecessor,
Lonu XV; enough of geography not to place
the S inert Lyons, as Mme. de Talleyrand
had jl.-ije. '
He. destined at first lor the priesthood, was
Jus: .resit from the college of the Jesuits, his
Let. mii.I.iIoU with scholasticism and crammed
tntli tlieulugy. Commenting on the fathers
of the t Lurch, digging into Ecclesiastes, he
TO' in-- ntiblo to every other pleasure. In
fa t. li.- wis awkward, timid, embarrassed, as
Jiltlt- r,u expert in the art of music as he was
In tl.t-utl of dancing.
" Iio (.'r.inii parent had decided to unite this
young couple, and the old marquis was se
yirelv o.pU'icg his offspring for the lack of
briliir Uv manifested in fulfilling his wishes.
".le member, sir, that by the death of vour
elder brother the preservation of our race de-M)lM'--o'j
jou. Bidjottrself of this bumble
munnirtbnt you should have put off with
your -ii-'ock and comport yourself as a
worll.v ecion of a rnee that never winced be
Imc uluJe, glass, cotillon."
KARKBT DECIDEDLY ,FIRH.
Bears .Make a Raid on Sugar, but the Bulls
Support the Stock.
Ifgw Tori, June IS. The share speculation
was on a smaller scale to-day than forth past
lew days, bat while the transactions were lim
ited, the tone of the market was decidedly firm.
London was not In the market to any treat ex
tent, but some few lots ot St. Paul. Atchison,
Missouri Paclnc, and Louisville and NaihTlU
were taken for the foreign account The prin
cipal buying was by the local short Interest,
vhlch seemed to think that there was danger In
leaTlBg their lines uncovered. In Mew of the
undertone of strength displayed by the actlte
list under the bear attacks of the past few days.
There was very little in tho way of news to af
fect the trading beyond the report ot the West
ern Union Telegraph Company, which was more
farorable than was anticipated. Tho dealings
were very light outside or bugar, St Paul, Chi
cago Gas, and Burlington and Quincy, the only
other stock In which the transactions reached
5.000 shares being Missouri Paclnc. "
It was expectod that an attack would be made
on Sugar at the opening with the dividend off,
and the bear tradwrs did make a demonstration
against the stock, sending the price down per
cent .but the bull clique in the shares were on
hand to take all the offerings, and when the
pressure to sell eased off they took advantage of
the occasion to move the quotations up to per
cent, recovering within per cent, of the divi
dend. The gala was well maintained until the
late dealings, when a reaction of H per cent
took place, followed by a rally of H and by a
final break of a similar fraction, the last sale
being at an ad ranee of Wen the day. Sugar
preferred sold at IMLj. cx-ulvldend of in, being
au advance of )4 per cent, on yesterday. Fur
chases of sugar were based on Mr. Havemeyers
testimony before tho Senate committee to the
effect that tho profits of the last three years ag
St Paul and Burlington and Qulncy were
actively dealt In and were In good buying de
mand on reports of improved prospects of In
creased earnings Burlington roso 1H and closed
within h per cent, of the best plica St Pahl
sold np H and lost H In the Qnal sale. North
west and Keck Island were Iu light request, tho
former closing unchanged ana the latter f
higher. .Missouri Paclnc showod evidences of
strength during the morning, gaining Hon fairly
good buying, and subsequently losing M Chi
cago Gas. after a reaction of Hso!d up 2 per
cent on purchases made on Chicago orders,
which were baaed on renewed reports that the
suit brought against the company by, the attor
ney general of Illinois would not be pressed. On
realizing sales a reaction of took place at the
close. ?tew York and New England advanced
iy and do Trust Company certincatea Hand
Lnko Erie and Western 1 per ceiu, while ilin-
ncapoiw cud bt. Louis pre:errea ueuinea if
and Pittsburc. Cl-reland. Chicaco and St Louis
I per cent The other changes were merely f rac-
tlonaL The general market cioseu isiriy nrm.
New ) orlc Stock Exchange.
Furnished by Sllsby Co.. bankers and
brokers. Metropolitan Bank Building, Fifteenth
street, opposlto Treasury, Washington, D C.
Op UUh Low Closing
Atchison, Topeka S. F.
C. B AQuincy.
DeL, Lack, and W.
Delaware A Hudson
IHstUltrs A- Cattle F'drs..
lieueral Electric Co
Lake Erie i West
KM 8oi Btss
livt 101U 161W lClJl
130-M 131 130'i 1S1
so 21-vj ah, zi
14 14H HS 1JH
S 6H ?t 3l
lSltt, 1814 Hltt 131?
li UK 15 l4J
lltf 116W US 116U
SO SB &k
New England 41
5 458 3
lOMi JOT ,10654 lOuW
Northern Pacific pfd.
Pullman P C Co ..-.:
4 45 i
17 17 17 17
xivx s' 8SW saw
SoT, Unb E8JS 26
14U UK UK. 11W
10)4 M4 Uili S4M
liock. Island 8i C9!-b
XZi rs? VS.1 ,
.southern lacinc. ......
Tennessee Coal Iron.
IT. b Cordage
S 4 J"8 "T4
COli S1H ft 6'M
01 iwh ioo loiii
19 19W ltj?4 19
n extern Union eajs wj
abash preferred 136 I5:t
uuceL u. r- . i-s
W. J: L. E. urcferre.1 41
Chicago Board of Trade.
Wheat July ....
Open. High. Low. JCIose.-
09 I 5') I Nisil S8M
61W1 OIK, 53U Wj4
C3, U tl3 1 1.1:4
4U4 4lll 4Ui 41U
4JUi 4JH 41U, 41
4iCd iiH 41 4154
41si 41 41 4I
S914, 3ii Ssi !i
Va 3H i X
litu ' 1-l.ia 1 1Z&J UtO
12 CO li&O , li Zi USS
Ii60 12 07 111 40 13.40
&63 0.70 C.U (in
G Ki 6 SI ' 6 75 6.75
CM fi 65 . 6 b7 1 6.W
CM 6 50 1 6 45 6.45
C hU, tU, 6.45
I 8.45 I 8 47 6.44 I 6 42
cw "i ork. Cotton.
Op'g. High. Low. Closs
June 703 7.15 7.C8 7.15
July 7.13 7.21 7.13 7.17
August 7.19 7.20 719 7.M
September. 7.21 7.2-J 7.21 7.22
October 7.89 7.31 7.29 7.31
Race Problem in Politics.
Fort Y.'oktu, Tex . June 13 In the Repub
lican Mate Leaguo convention this morning, by
a ruling of tho chair it was decided that no dele
gates from a club compes! of blacks and whites
ate entitled to represeutat'on In tLe cenveution.
whereupon members of mixed clubs pulled olt
their badges and left the call. This widens the
breach betweeu the Republican factions
Those $3.50 shses were our Lead
ers when we started in business. We
started out then to make them the
finest J3.50 shoes in the world, and
we are now striving to make them
better ever year. We believe our
S3. SO Shoes to be the most comforta
ble, most stylish, and most durable
13.50 shoes in existence. Hutiiaor
Black. Only ono place to buy 'em in
Washington 929 F street.
SHOEMAKER FOR TENDER FEET."
929 F St. N. W.
"Oh, sir!" said the younc man modestly.
"Now you are as red as n cherry. Zounds,
sir, you are no longer in the seminary. What
will you choose? The swori?"
"Oh, no, eiri"
"Really? And why not, I beg of you?"
"Because my confessor has told me many
times they are the devil's snares that drag
men to destruction, and I would seek salva
tion, if you please, sir."
"Tut, tut! It pleases me to have you do my
will. I have chosen a fiancee for yon who is
worthy of you by her birth, hsr youth, her
mind, and her beauty. What more do you
"Much less, sir."
"Nonsense! My word is given. Too must
honor it. The presentation will take place
this evening at the ball. You will see Mile.
d'Estournel at her best. Endeavor not to
"Enough. You will find a costume in your
room more suitable than this funeral garb.
Jasmin will help you dress. Go, my son."
A father'sorders were not to be disputed,
and the would-be abbe, heaving a deep sigh,
followed the valet de chambre, into whose
hands he meekly abandoned himself. Jasmin
powdered and curled his hair, replaced his
coarse pumps with fine slippers with silver
buckles, his common linen with a shirt of line
fabric with a lace frill. Sylrandre endured
these attentions with a good enough grace,
but when he saw the coquettish suit prepared
for his use be Kuve a sudden start. What, he,
the grave theologian, the fluent philosopher,
the pride ot the Jesuit college, to bo clothed.
In such a profane costume! What would the
Bev. Father Dsmase say, whose threadbare
HONG KONG IS A PEST HOLE
Chinese Dying By Thousands from
an Awful Disease.
L1KB LONDON'S GREAT PLAGUE
Impossible to Ascertain tht Humbsr of
Deaths Children Pat In Baskets and
Buried Officials Trying to Suppress the
True Taets in the Hatter.
Takooutxx, B. C, June 18. The Empress of
Japan arrived here last evening from the
Orient News Is brought by the Empress of
Japan of the alarming spread ot the virulent
plague that first appeared In Canton at the end
of AprlL The plague Is similar to the great
plague In London In the sixteenth century, and
Is carrying off large numbers of victims. It
soon spread to Ilong Kong, appearing there
In May. It Is chiefly confined to Chinese. The
plague has paralysed business to a large ex
tent, as the leading steamship lines refuse to'
take either passengers or cargo from Hong
Kong The symptoms ot the disease are as fol
lows: Without premonitory warning there Is a sud
den fever, nsine to 105 degrees or over. There
Is much headache accompanied by stupor. In
twelve or twenty-four hours a glandular swell
ing occurs in the neck or armpit. Increasing to
the site of a fowl's egg, being hard and tender.
With or without the decline ot fever the patient
sinks Into a condition of coma and dies at the
end of 84 or 43 hours. If six days Is reached
without death recovery, is possible.
The Canton correspondent ot a Bong Kong
paper, under date of May 8, says:
Scarcely a house has not some one dead. The
plague commenced In the Mohammed quarter
and 100 are reported dead dally. One man sta
tioned at the west rate began- at 9 o'clock In the
morning to drop a "cash into a box each time a
conn passed. At4p m-hobadlTucash. Children
were put in baskets or were wrapped In pieces
of matting and burled From this district,
where the dirt Is worst and houses most crowded.
It Spread to the country, and the.peoplo who fled
there from the city have nowhere to go. Idols
are being worshipped In an extravagant and
frenzied manner. The post few months people
are forbidden to reckon and the new year was
begun last Saturday. It is Impossible to ascer
tain the number of deaths. ODJcUli try to sup
press the facts At tho largest charitable (native)
dispensary a notlco at the door elates that up to
date i-'flOO coffins have been given away. This is
far below the actual number used.
Hoso Kom:, China, Ji.no IS. Thero were
elgbty-slx deathi here from the plague yester
day. Nine British toldloisluve been attacked
with the disease, and the -p'iitary authorities
are taking extraordinary prtxautions to prevent
Its further spread among the' troops. The lead
ing Chinee residents nro removing those ot the
suiferers who are willing to Canton en board of
Chinese gunboats. The exodus of the natives
TALKING FOR EFFECT,
Republican Senators from Sliecp-ralslng
States Decry Tree U'ool.
The entire session ot the Senate yesterday was
consumed with set speeches on the free wool
question. TfcCtempcrature iu the chamber was
stiuiugly hot, and the Senators spoke to empty
benches on the Boor and n few listless auditors
In the galleries. Altogether it was one of the
dullest and most wearisome days of the long
three months' debate" "ot a vote was taken
Those who made set speeches were Messrs fcher
man, Dubois, Itnusbrt ugh, Mjoup, Mitchell, and
Quay, while a number ot other l'epnbllcan Sen
ators made brief remarks on the schedule
jbeuator Harris asked at the ckse of the day
that the Senato continue the schedule under the
five-minute rule, but feemtors Piatt, Teller,
Chandler, and Lodge having speeches which
they desired to deliver. Senator Harris with
drew his request t ntil these have been made.
Swift Before a House Committee.
Morrison J. Swift, of Fitzgerald's Boston in
dustrial army, spoke yesterday to the House
Committee on Labor. Charlly.he argued, weak
ened the Sber of worklngmen, and perhaps
added to the tramp army. In Boston the policy
had been adopted of giving alms to those out of
work and in nd. It would be better to furnish
public work, by which thosd In want could be
come producers instead of dead weights on the
community. He advocated publio farms, or
factories, or work on roads.
Wages for government work should be lower
than the prevailing wages, so that men would
resort to them only when private employment
could not be had.
Awards for Photographic tt'ork.
The committee of gentlemen appointed to de
cide on the metlts of pbougrapblc work pre
sented for competition in tho Capital Bicycle
Club have completed their labors. Their awards
Rre as follows For best coll-ction of work In sev
eral clashes, Charles It Dodge; first award, por
trait clase. J, 11. Ilarper; second, C. IL Dodge;
first award, junior class, C K Dodge; firs: land
scape clajs, li. Gray Douglass: second, r. M.
Boteler; first prize, iourth class, E. P. Uoodrich.
LnthoOflh, or scientific class, A J. Henry Is
awarded hist prize and Alexander McAdler sec
ond. Mr. Dodgo also received the one Installa
tion award for the most original and artistic
easel or screen deslgu and arrausmtuL
EqnrrCorRT, No 1, Justice Cox Dyer va
Halplne; tcMlmcny leforc William Ward Mc
tun ordered taken. Sclby vs. Heald; pro con
fesso against defendants v'ard and Morrison
granted BrandritTvo toll n leave to deposit
tlOO in lieu of appeal t.-nd grant-d. Jones vs.
Shdton; appearance of alsent de'end-mts or
derod. Pcsey vs. Hanson: api.oiran.-e of absent
defendants ordered. Aesljim-ent No 21 and
balance of calendar.
EQC1IT COURT, No. 3, Justice Hagner Roessla
vs Uodfrey; on hearing Mn-iIIr.ool vs. hmall
wood; divorce a vinculo matrimonii. Turner .
Lemar; pro confosso acnln: defendant; order
mating William Mnye A. company parties
complainant Assignment unchanged.
CiRCcrr COURT. No. 1. Justice Bradley A. K.
Seltcson vs. T. Felten Judgment on motion. T.
M. Fields vs T. W. "-tewart et nL. Second Na
tional Bans vs S. B Nlllctt, Second National
Bank vs S. C. Beall ct at. Second National Bank
vs. J. D. Burn et al ; Judgment by default O. E.
Bates vs. Di-trirt of Columbia, two counts;
amendment to Judgment in certiorari. W illlam
Brown i & Baltimore and Potomac Railroad Com
pany; jury respited.
Circuit Court No 2, Chief Justice Bingham
Dlx Island Granite Company va A. It Walter;
Criminal Court. No. 1, JustfJe Cole Henry
Swope va Augjstus O. Brummel; defendant al
lowed to amend plea nnd plaintiff Joins Issue.
United States vs. 1-dwurd Leon, murder; notice
of withdrawal of Vi. A. Cook, attorney, filed and
allowed; S D. Trultt and E. G Mies assigned as
attorneys. United Slates va 1 nomas E. Clark,
rape; Jury still out United States vs. John Mor
gan, murder of Howard Smith: impaneling of
Jury continued till to-dnr. United States vs.
Thomas J. Dunlap, embozzlement; defendant
pleads not guilty. United ttttes vs. Williams,
alios Muss, housebreaking; ball fixed at 1 1,000.
United States vs John U. Brooks, false pre
tenses; aSdavit filed; motion for new trial over
ruled. cassock seemed to the young neophyte the
emblem of all the tirtues? No, never, never,
"Leave me, Jasmin. I shall finish my toilet
Left alone, he threw a glance that betrayed
something of regret upon the heliotrope coat,
with its silver embroideries. It might have
been tempting. It might have been Irresisti
ble. But resisting the temptations ol the evil
one he pondered over a plan that had germi
nated in his brninundcrlhe skillfully manipu
lated comb of Jasmin aplun that would have
greatly rejoiced his 'pious director and ex
ceedingly disgusted the nuthor of his being.
"This young woman, whom they are deter
mined to make me marry, must have some
Christian feeling, slncn she has just left the
convent. If I could succeed in persuading
her to return there by praising the charms ot
a monastic life I should thus retain a lamb in
the Lord's told, and I should regain my inde
pendence and be able to follow my own way
He prepared a discourse full of eloquence.
But deliver it dressed in a heliotrope coat!
She wonid laugh at sermon and sennonizer.
No, for this solemn occasion a decent but
austere dress was the thing. He then chose
from his wardrobe an appropriate suit of Im
maculate black, a noble setting for his lace
frill and handsome powdered head.
His toilet finished, be was troubled with
tome doubt as to whether his appearance
was too imposing. He did not wish to
frighten that young soul. He cast a furtive
glance in his mirror. No; there was surely
nothing to fear from the somber personage
reflected in his dressing glass. However,
there were many expressions of surprise
when he made bis entrance into the drawing
"He is not a bridegroom. He is a petit
abbe," whispered the Dowager d'Estournel
into the ear of the marquis.
Rif ptiir68 !
23,000 Ruptured People Are
yearly In America alone from the severe and
unnatural pressure ot trusses.
Severe truss pressure cause tumors, ab
scesses, kidney anl bladder diseases, nervous
debility, varicocele, lmpotency, rheumatism,
spinal, brain, and other serious or fatal diseases.
If you are ruptured and have been disappointed
In physicians and trusses, let me cure yea I
can, do It without operations, pain, or detention
from business. Cures warranted. Thirty rears
In rupture practice. Free examinations every
aay xrom v to acioca.
ABBOTT MONTOOMERT-On Tuesday, June
12, 16M, at 8 o'clock p. m., by the Kev. B. F.
Bittlmjer.of Westminster Presbyterian church,
at the parsonage, C3M F street southwest,
CnxKLSS II. ABBOTT to MART . MONTUOXMT.
BUNN BAILEY On June 12, 18W, at the First
Presbyterian 'church, by Rev. Dr Byron Sun
derland. PrL Vkunon Bras and Miss BIRTix
Sfjugcs Bailxt, daughter ot Mr. Mllo V. Bai
ley, of Washington.
CAJJNON' PATTON On June 10, 1891, by the
Kev. Dr. Bagby, of the Ninth Street Kurtheast
Christian church, Williix MINOR Cammom and
Miss Virginia Pattox, of Washington, D. C.
COPES-SUIELDS-Oa Monday, June II, 18M, at
Trinity parsonage, OgOROC IL Corts, ot Bal
timore, lid., and Maxii E. SEHLDS,of Wash
MACKALL WARNER At St Thomas' church,
New York city, on June 12, 1891, by the Rev.
Dr. Blown, Jen.vic Warnek, daughter of the
late A. B. Warner, to Brooke Macxall, of
Washington, D. C. No cards.
PARKMAN-ANDERSON-On Tuesday, June 12,
1894, at 7 80 p. m., in the chapel of the Qood
Shepherd, SL Mark's parish, by the Rev. Joseph
W. Murphy, of North Carolina, Mr. BCKRT
Costzrse PARIXA.V, of Washing ton, D. C , to
Miss SAMJE Vi ilet AKBIK30S, of Raleigh, K. C.
BERRY-On Tuesday, June 12, 1894, at 10 SO a. m..
w. Herbert beret. Beloved nusDana oi urn-
' , 111. 1t.n. Inth. thlft.nlnth Vjiilp nf Ma m
Residence, 522 First street northwest
Interred at Mt Rest, Charles county, 3f d.
CHARLTON At his residence, Tuesday, June 12,
1894, at 3 p. m , Benjamin CBaklton, in bis
Funeral from Metropolitan M. E. church to-day
at 4 SO p.m. Friends invited to attend. Balti
more papers please copy J
EAMES On June 9, 1S94, Charles CAXriEix,
only sou of the late Hon. Charles Eames and
Frances Campbell Eames.
GALIGBER-On Wednesday, June 13, I16W, at
5 SO o. m , Tiuotut A , the beloved husband of
Macgie Gallgher. and sou of the late Timothy
and Catherine Galigber. Requlom mass at
K.10 Friday morning at Brookland.
Funeral will take place from his late residence,
Lincoln avenue, at 3 o'clock to-morrow after
noon GRISSAM On Tuesday, June 12, 1391, at 745
o clock p. in., Jons- G. Grissam, In the 4th
year of his age.
Funeral from his late residence, $44 Q street
southeast, to-day, at 2o'clock p. m. Friends and
relatives respectfully invited to attend.
MAYAMES Departed this life, after a long and
painful Ulnebs. June 13, 1TO1, Rosxalaxd Mat-
ames, beloved wife of Mortimer Mayames.
Funeral from Lincoln Memorial church, Elev
enth and R streets, to-morro, at 2 p. m.
SANFELIPPO At 5 o'clock Wednesday morn
ing, June 13, 1591, Mrs. Maria Grace SAsrt-
urro, in her 74th year, native of Palermo,
WARD-On Monday, June 11, 1994, at Florida,
Blshcp T M. D. Warp
Iauneralat 12 m. tolay at the Metropolitan
t. 51, E. church. M street northwest between
Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets.
J. WILLIAM LEE
332 Pennsylvania Avenue N. VV.,
WASHINGTON. D. C.
C. B. Nichols. J. Z. Yonsa.
MCUOLS & YODER. .
Undertakers and Embnlmers.
Pens. Ave. and Second Street a E., Capitol B1U.
Chapel for Funeral Services
Dr. C. S. HODGSON,
North Capitol and I Streets N. E.
Pure Drucs and Medicines. Ice Cold Soda and
We sell "Umov Maoe" Cigars.
'Night bell promptly answered."
Your patronago earnestly solicited. ap22-3m
The Best Bicycle
With the best Tires.
The Victor Pneumatic Tire
is repaired easiest of any on
the road. Ask Victor Rid
ers. Send for Catalogue-
715 Thirteenth St. N. W.
'Iteally. this is unseemly conduct," and the'
old gentleman threw a withering look upon
It was wasted strength, however. The
chevalier passed Indifferent before the furious
countenances of his grandparonts nnd smoth
ered gigglings nnd taunts ot bis young cous
ins. He bowed before Mile. Solange, who.
with drooping eyes, was studying lii from
under her long lashes, and with a voice vi
brating with religious fervor he asked the fa
vor ol a minuet.
"He Is thawing out at last." muttered the
marquis, nickering off a bit ot snuff that bad
fallen on his trill, "but such a figure and such
With all the solemnity of the prophet king,
and with exasperating coolness, Sylvandre
confused the figures of the dance and stepped
on the train' of his partner. In spite ot his af
fected Impassibility he commenced to feel
somewhat annoyed and ashamed of the part
ne naa tatea. gnaor tne cross tire ot so
many eyes he lost his superb self-assurance.
He did not need to raise his eyes to divine the
ironical smiles, the cutting satires directed at
A certain officer In brilliant uniform, with
his curling mustachb and conqueror's bear
ing, troubled him exceedingly, especially
when he intercepted the significant glances
interchanged between him and Mile. Solange.
Oh, hut he would have hi revenge before
"Where to my niece?"
"With her cavalier, baroness."
"I declare, your petit abbe to getting rather
"Do not worry, aunt," said the young
officer, laughing heartily. "During the min
uet he seemed to be preparing a sermon, and
he is doubtless delivering it to poor Solange.
It must be very edifying for my fster,"
ery eauying inueeo. unce atone witn tne
nv 1 'NjyiBf 9m i I WP
The Great Impediment to
If yon are nervous, despondent, tire easily,
have soreness lathe veins of the sac or they are
enlarged, pouched, knotted or hard, or you have
dragging down feelings in lower part of abdo
men, or dull or sharp pains extending up or
down In too pelvis, or If you have Inst or are
losing your power, have falling memory and
ambition.' vou are sufferintr from varicocele and
should seek relief before It Is too late. I cure
varicocele without operations, pain, or deten
tion front business. Cures warranted. Exami
nations free every day from 9 to 4 o'clock.
1114 G Street N. W.
The Stars and
Portraits of the
Part 3 contains the following fall and double
page Illustrations of our Great Rebellion:
Contents of Part 3.
1. Portrait of Oen. McClellan.
2. Burning of the United States Arsenal at
Harper's F.rry, Va., April 13, 18L
3. The (Billy) Wilson Zouaves, at Tammany
DalL taking the oath of fidelity to the nag, and
swearing "to go through Baltimore or die,"
April 24, 1KL
4. The light at Ph!lllppI,Va June 3, 1861; the
United States troops under CoL Dumont,and
the Confederates under CoL PortersSeld.
5. The first charge of Fremont's body guard,
led by Major Zsgonyl, on the Confederate garri
son at Springfield, Mo , October 25. 1M1.
0. Portrait of Major Gen. Don Carlos BuelL
7. Portrait of Major Gen. Irwin McDowelL
8. Portrait of Brig Gen. W. S. Rosecrons.
9 Portrait of Brig. Gen. J. S. Negley.
10. Fort Pickens, Pensacola Bay, Flo.
11. Spiking the guns of Fort Moultrie by Major
Acdetson before its evacuation.
12. Battle of Bull Run, Va., July 21, 18SL
11 The funeral cortege at Boston, Mass., of the
Sixth Massachusetts soldiers killed at Baltimore.
14. Second charge of the Confederates by Gen.
Fremont's body guard, under Major Zagonyl,
near frpringlleld. Ma, on October 25, 1961.
15 The Siztoenlh regiment, Ohio Volunteers,
crossing the Tray Run laduct, ou the Baltimore
and Ohio railroad.
16. Battle of Belmont. Ma, opposlto Colum
bus, Ey., November 7, lb61.
17. Landing of the United States troops at
Fort Walker after the bombardment
13. Rhode Island regiments embarking at
Providence for New York and Washington.
19 Morning mustering of the "Contrabands'
at Fortress Monroe.
WASHINGTON S FINEST SUBURB.
YOUR CHOICE OF
Any Lot for $30
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY.
: WASMXeTors . mist suburb.
Is situated on a high plateau on the Pennsyl
vania R. B., and al&o on the Chesapeake Beach
K. R. (now building), lying about 200 feet above
Washington, where pure air and pure water and
plenty of shade trees abound. Commutation
fare, CU cents. Title warranted. No notes. No
deeds of trust No Interest required. Deeds
free. Cash or Installments taken; 10 per cent off
for cash. We opened up May 26, and contracts
hare been given for building. Lots (25 and up.
We do business lth the following banks: Second
National Bink. New York city; Guarantee Safe
Deposit and Trust Company; Chestnut btreet Na
tional Bank and Commonwealth Trust Company,
ot Philadelphia, and Ohio and Columbia Na
tional Bank, of Washington.
Open evenings. Call for circular.
Office No. 623 F St. N. W.
JWASHINSTOICS fIXEST SUBURB.!
Spring Styles Hats.
Ladies' Straw Yacht Hats, L50
Straw Hats and Caps or Children,
Boys, and Youths, 50c, 75c, 81, and
Straw Hats for lien, 50c, $1, tl.SO,
83, $ 2.50, 83, M.50. and 4.
Latest styles and colors Derby
Hats, $2, S2.60, 83. 83.50, U, and 85.
. Tourist Soft Hats, in all the lead
ing colors, 82.50 to $4.
Dress Silk Hats, S6 and S?.
Plain Solt Hats and Pocket Hats,
$1, 81.50, 82, 82.50, 83, $3.50, 8i,
84.50, 85, and 86.
Largest Stock and Variety of
Canes and Umbrellas.
James Y. Davis' Sons,
v 1201 Penn. Ave., Cor. I2th St.
young girl, the chevalier attempted to com
mence his dlicourses but whether it was the
excitement of the ball or the music of the
orchestra still ringing in bis ears be could
not find the words to preface his thoughts.
"Barbaric kindred dsiying their holy
calling." He spoke in the tilural as a tenta
tive. "The Lord alone Is worthy ol such an
angelic spouse, who that"',
He essayed to warm himself 'ip to the occa
sion, to pick up the lost thread of bis oration,
but ho found himself more and mora en
tangledhypnotized by a little black velvet
beauty spot coquettishly placed so as to pro
duce the most delightful effect on the glowing
cheek of Mile. Solange. It seemed to mock
the disconcerted orator.
"Other duties called them. In a new life
she would grow in grace, in virtue, in holi
ness. Her piety, her mind, her matchless
mildness would be admired by all."
She looked at him. astonished, tapping with
her little foot In quick, nervous motions, bit
ing her rosy lips, while the little black beauty
spot continued its mischief.
"The church would not lose a servant.
Philosophy would not be widowed by his
genius, which that"
The poor wretch was utterly at a loss what
to say when a burst of laughter interrupted
nlm. Solange laughed and laughed every
dimple in ber face laughed. Even the little
black beauty spot was seized with sudden
tntrthfulness. It frisked about In convulsive
merriment. Blushing, disconcerted, his arms
swinging, h(s mouth gaping, he waited for
this hilarity to pass.
"Mademoiselle," he stammered.
"I beg your pardon, sir, but It to tooludi
ctous." And she Dressed her handkerchief to
iter month to stop another burst of mirth.
"iiaaemoiseue, i ao not use to oe jaugaeu
"Then, ilr, do not be to ridlculotw," U re
plied. SfiaV -gsa-...fe. "gaaiy.g-'j
I K WASHINGTON'S FINEST SUBURB.
GAME CALLED AT 4.30 P. M.
ADMISSION. S3 AND SO CENTS.
Now in Its Olory and Magninctnce.
SUNDAY The Palace Stccmer SAM"L J.
PH5TZ leaves at 10.43 a. m., 245 and 5.80
p ra. Returning, leaving ftlver View at 12.45,
4.80 and 7 -SO p m. '1 ickets, 25c; children, 15cv
WEDNESDAY The SAM'L J. PENT leevee at
9 45 a. m., 1 45 and G.45 p m. Leaves Itirer View
at U 15. 5.80 and 1080 p.m. Tickets, 25c; chil
SATUUDAY-Orand family day. the PENTZ,
at S 43 a.m. and 1.4J p. m. .Everybody 10c on
these tno tripe.
Indian Head every WEDNESDAY and SATUR
DAY at 6.45, stopping at River V lew both waya
E. RANDALL. Solo Proprietor.
VTEW NATIONAL THEATER.
L Every Evening and baturday Matinee.
Third Week of the Comedy Season.
My Awful Dad
Keserred Mats, 25, SO, 75a Admission, iSc.
Next week BjrneT Comedy "UNCLE."
KEIINAN'S LYCEUM THEATEK.
Afternoons, 4 to 6. .enings,8 to 12.
Grand Female Walking Match
CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD.
Dally exhibitions by ,V. A. IIOAGLAND,
Champion Heel and Too Walker of the world.
Admission 23 Cents.
OLD DOMINION JOCKEY CLUB
on the grounds of the
Grange Camp Association of
Five races will be run each day. First race at
2.30 P. M.
Trains will leave Sixth Street Depot at 12.50
and 1.50 p.m. Returning at 5.10 and 5.40 p. m.
Improper characters will not be admitted.
Admission - 50 Cents.
Largest and Finest Billiard Room South ot
New York. Buffet Attached. IL B. SCANLON,
Proprietor, 40!) Ninth street.
of this company in
sums of any amount on
real estate and collat
eral security, at the pre
vailing rates ot Interest
AJ.D TRUST CO., 1405 G ST.
C. J. BELL, President
SILSBY it COMPANY
BANKERS AND BROKERS.
METROPOLITAN BANK BUILDING,
Fifteenth street, opposite Treasury.
MONEY TO LOAN ON GOOD COLLATERAL.
CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK BUILDING,
Comer th St. and Pa. Ave.
Telephone, 514. mh!9-l y
-IT7ASHINGTON MORTGAGE LOAN COM
Vf panyv will lend rou f-20 and upward on furni
ture, plants, horse, wagons, Sc,;no public!: janl
property to remain in your undisturbed po-ses-sion;
loans paid in part or in lull at any time to
suit the conrenlence ot the borrower, and any
part paid reduces the cost of carrying the loan
In proportion to the amount paid WASHING
TONlfoKTOAGL LOAN COMPANY. 610 X flt
n. w. Jel-3m
O YOU KNOW
That there is more money deposited (as a per
manent Investment) with building and loan
associations than with national banks? Well, It
The important question Is: Which is the IE3T as
sociation to enter?
THAT'S EASILY ANSWEB.ED.
WASHINGTON BUILDING THCST COMPANY
Sells stock at 60 cents per share per month, and
same matures under a rosrriVK GCiR-iNTEr.
Free withdrawal at any time, with Interest
Paid-up stock draws S and 10 per cent
A rite for prospectus,
PERCY & FOSTER,
Central Offices 111M112 G st n. w. myly-tt
If you own
To build a house
Bnt call upon Miss
To advance the cash she
Then when yon have repaid
The house and lot will he
If you keep on paying rent
You wUl NEVER save a
NOW IS THE TIME, when real estate is low, to
invest in it and build a house. Soon property
will advance, so your lot will cost three times as
much as now. You need not worry aout the
money to build with; if you don't happen to have
It you can get it by calling upon the
LOAN and INVEST
Top floor Washington Loan and Trust Building.
CAPITAL STEAM LAUNDRY,
M. A. WEAVER, PsorxtETOS.
512 Eighth St N. W. Telephone 1611
Laundry work in all Its branches neatly exe
cuted at reasonable rates.
Ridiculous! It was In Tain to pose as a
philosopher, stole or even a scholar. There
are words that cause one's self love to furl
its sails, even the self lore of a petit abbe.
With a terrible look he overwhelmed this au
daelous joung person who bad shown so little
respect to his eloquence. That look was bis
destruction. If all women were monsters, as
Father Damase had pretended, then Solange
d'Estournel was assuredly one of the pret
tiest monsters ono could meet.
'Besides, sir, your frankness releases me.
I havo a decided preference myseir, not for
the convent, but for one of my cousins, who
will be very much obliged to you for the
An, that was another matter! The chevalier
scowled. He had no Intention ot serving an
other person's Interest. Could it be that
young officer who had forced his presence
upon them a few moments before? perhaps.
"My compliments." he said in an offended
tone. Really, the handsome lieutenant was
to be congratulated. Queer ideas chased each
other through the brain ot the young neo
phyte. His brain whirled; be began to feel a
sensation of ridicule before this charming
young girl, to whom he had just mado such
a strange speech. Ah, how he was wishing
that sermon bad never come out of hit
She was watching him slyly, and the little
black beauty spot began to dance. "Will you
pleaso take me back to my aunt, sir?"
"As you desire, mademoiselle."
But instead of offering bis band to assist
her to rise he sat down near her.
It we must remain strangers, made
moiselle, may wo not at least be friends?"
"Give me a sister's confidence, and per
haps with my larger experience I eaa be of
service to you. Between yo and rar, this
soldier your cousin whom I kaow by
reputation is not the man (or you."
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lelSt Hooni 4
T7E WANT WORKERS AMONG THE WORK
v v men In every workshop. In every labor
gathering, every Grange, Alliance and F. M. B. A.
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TV" ANTED ALL BEER DRINKERS TO CALL
TV at Bwh's new place, 817 Seventh st n.w.,
and get a nice cold bottle of beer tor 5 cents.
Families supplied to all part3 of the city. my9 3m
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11th and II sts. n. e. e!3-2t
FOR SALE BY AUGUST DONA.TH, HI TIB
sl, on Sheridan st, one or more 5-room
bricks, neat and clean, for 1,750 each. Any de
cent, thrifty man can buy these houses with S50
or J100 cash, and monthly payments as small a
t!5. hy not buy one and stop paying rent?
LOCAL UNION ISO. UNITED BROTHERHOOD
of Carpenters and Joiners, meets every Mon
day evening at 4J5 12th st. nw
WANTED THE PUBLIC TO KNOW THAT
I have opened a branch store with a full
line ot birds, cages, feed, aquariums, gold nsh.
and pet animals at 1221 Pa. ave.; main store, 712
12th st, n. w. SMITIL JelS-Smo
THE FINE .ARABIAN HORSE RIDDEN IN
the commonweal parade ot May 1 was not
sold In Baltimore city for a mere song, but la
owned In this city by W. F. HUNTRESS, of K27
10th st n. w.
Tells from cradle to grave; causes speedy ma
riages; brings separated together; removes fam
ily troubles, e 11 influences; Interprets dreams;
points out enemies. Sittings. 50 cents. Hours,
9 to 9; open Sunday. 49 H street, bet Four-and-a-half
and bixth sw, ei-lm
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The best lunches in the city at
THE PURE DAIRY LUNCH,
. TO D st. nw.
Open all night Near News ogee.
LUNCH IS ALWAYS READY
Opposite Times OOce.
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Pants., eta, from
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And notice bow much you save.
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Frinters and fctatloners.
513 Fifth t rcw. M W. MOORE. Manager
iorest Glen, Md.,
Is now open.
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"No," soberly Insisted the petit abbe. "He
is n gambler, a debauche, a man without
grinclple he would make you very un
appy." "Do you think so?"
"I am certain of it. He would captivate
you by bone eel words, but the finest ian
guago oftrn conceals tho trui thought.
"I snspected as much uiyself," and tho little
beauty spot was getting bojoni eontroL
"A few moments ago yon thought perhaps
I was cold, indifferent, while, on the contrary,
my heart wus beating. Just see. It is beating
It was true. Tho heart of tho unhappy
chevalier was beating like a drum call under
the white band of his compinion.
"iryou could know how I am suffering; 11
you could feel what I am feeling; if I could
Bylvandre was really eloquent, but now his
flowery rhetoric was not thrown away. Hia
tender words were gently soothing to the ears
of Solange. He spoke very low, leaning to
ward her. so near so very near.
"Zounds, abbe! Ally is biting you!"
Bed as a peony, he jumped up. "Sir. I ara
not a churchman, but a swordsman, as much
as yourself, sir." bo dryly returnoJ, recog
nizing the handome lieutenant who had of
fended him In tho early part of the evening.
The lieutenant replied to this provocation
by a burst of laughter.
""Only soo. aunt!" he exclaimed, pointing to
the purple countenance ot bis adversary.
"Sir. you insult me."
"See lor yourself," nnd the officer drew out
bis pocket glass nnd placed it before the
Ala, the provoking little black beauty spot,
bv some unknown magic power, had passed
from the cheek ot the young girl to the lip of
tho petit abbe! Translated for Argonaut from
the French of Arthur DourUac
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