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TPHAT SHALL BE ITS FATE !
The chances for the passago of the currency
bill seem to be about even. Should tho Ite
puWicans refuse to vote there will be a suffi
cient number of cuckoo Democrats to turn
our currency system over to the banks, but if
the Republicans vote in the negatlvo, which
will be their vote, if they vote at all, the bill
will be defeated by a large majority.
The administration forces are working
night and day to secure the passage of the UK.
No immediate beneficial results are promlsod
from its workings, but because Mr. Cleveland
wants it the bill must become a law. Ju-t
why he should desire this capstono of idiocy
placed on his monument of mistakes not even
President Cloveland can explain, bat it is bis
will, which to a cuckoo means law. and a cau
cus will be called to apply the Cleveland lash
to opposing Democrats.
The plan for refunding tho objectionable
legal-tender and Treasury notes seems to be
growing in favor. If these notes are the
cause of loss of confidence in our financial
strength and also the drain upon our gold r -eerve,
why not call them iu and issue in their
fitead small denomination low-lntorest-bear-ing
bends, such as would be acceptable to all
classes of people? Every person who had
money to invest would gladly accept such
bonds, and they would effectually stop all
speculation in our gold reserve.
Of course this method of disposing of our
currency muddle would make useless tho
sleepless nights passed by President Cleve
land. Secretary Carlisle, and Finnneler
prutgorin preparing a wuy for nnimainl
8erJdom, and it might possibly defer hor of
j.,j .i, t.-.w.i rf,. ....t.vot..
destroying the Democratic party entirely
but it is in accord with tho orthodox pnnci-
lle ol abolishing instead or fostering an l
evil, and it should bo followed in legislative
as well ns in otbor affairs.
As for Financier Springer he has gallantly
won bis cackoo spars, and should be re
warded. THE MA2f TOB THE OCCASION.
Mr. Alfred Richards not only makes bricks,
bat he is one. Like '"dous ex machina" he
has come to tbe aid of tbe Commissioners and
cut the Gordlaa knot of the garbage puzzle.
He had a plan for the removal of the garbage.
It was exceedingly simple and will be put
into operation at once.
When James Gordon Dennett was about to
dispatch Henry M. Stanley on his tour of dis
covery of Dr. Livingston, the great editor
UTked: How soon can yon get ready to goV"
nnd the great traveler replied: "I am ready
now. Thus wht-n Mr. Richards was asked
bow soon he could begin work. Ui3 answer
wo. "As foon ks I get'my horses shod.1' Of
ouch material nre heroes tnnde.
Mr. Richards proposes to solve the garbage i
problem iu the simplest possible manner. He
will cart tho stuff away to his farms in Mary- J
land end spread it as fertilizer over his farms.
Thus a groat nuisance is happily gotten out ,
of the way -for a lime. OfcounoMr. Rich- j
ards cannot go on indefinitely hauling Dis
trict gnrtngo to his Maryland farms, unless
tby wtado the whole Stale.
There um&t be a orematory in the end.
I. ix said the delegation of sugar im
porters thnt wailoa on Secretary Carlisle yes
terdfcy gave Mm tots ol taffy.
EtttriOTLX Couirabsiunor RoosereK profcrs
oar KTTBMeat unii-ofucc-cleaiHng ostab
liahs&estle promotion to the bo&d of the New
Vvrv rir"l-o1aufag bureau.
X Kisoninu put! of Mayor Strong
tewum to bv started some of tho Tammany
, . . r ,
oFietAt oat of tho:r posklone.
I : might us woll lo tiador.tood that the re
teauon of Sup:. Byrnes is not includod In
t ct:we f Dr. Pazkburst for the reorganl
catiue of tbe New York police.
rv the lettj way in wMoh Mr. Springor
walks it e Minpeclcd that ho bus an admmls
tratjceiotterlnidw inside pocket to be read'
&t theIemorlic caucus.
Iris protty near time to prepare mourning
vr-aibs .01 tho domlse of Clevelnndfsm.
Tuc recent Senatorial sugar trust Igisla
thjjk has imrressnd t-onlmental Euro; o with
tn belief lh.ti Aairicaa cott1 are nftltcted
w.'l i . . oni-u'tnia.
SOCIAL SAYINGS AND DOINGS.
The Country Club was in gsln attire last
night upon tho occasion of tho elegant bail
given by Judge and Mrs. John Davis, to an
nounce tho dobut of tholr handsome young
daughter who recently returned with hor
mother from a long, residence in Europo. The
nkli1nia nt tlin winter nif'lit thn loner drive
over the .now-covered roads, tho distance of
tho Country Club from tho city, and tho re- I
turn drive back to Washington in tho early j
dawn of the now day, were all alike forgotten
by the guests completely lost sight of when,
the journey accomplished, the destination w.ib
finally reached. Long boforo the Country
Oiub was reached it shown a beacon light of
hospitable welcome to those who drove out t
to the ball. A blaze of lights from end to
end, it stood out in the darkness of the night. .
Once reached, there was a senso ol color, a
sound of music, and the odor of flowers to
charm tho senses. As tho guests stepped !
from tho carnages they wero greeted by the
brilliant coloring of the decorations on tho '
portico, which was closed lor tho ovoning ana
hung with tnpestrloj and bright-huod dra
peries, among which tall palms and growing
plants wero introduced with flno effect.
in tho great square rooms tho walls wero
hidden behind draperies of wild smilnx
brought from tho South for that purpose. In
the open fireplaces glowed, sparkled and mako a tour of tho country, under the leador
cracKled log fires, the ruddy lights from ' ship of Thomas, of orchestra fame,
which threw an additional flame of color into Among those in tho audience yesterday
tho scarlet poinsetta blossoms that sprang , afternoon wore: Mrs. Letter, Mme. Romero,
out from tho wnlls of glossy leaved greens on ' Justico nnd Mrs. Brewer, Justico and 3Ira.
all sides. Tho mantels wero banked with Grey, Mrs. G. Norman Lioter, Mrs. Robert
lilies and ferns, and in tho hallway and stairs Hinckley, 3Irs. Davis, Gon. and Jlrs. Sclio-
wero visible between bordors of tho same
graceful wild amilax vines that drapod tho
An additional touch to the decorations was
given in tho countless number of bouquot3 of
La France nnd every variety of roses and
lilies sent tho debutante.
The hostess received in a gown of yellow
satin embroidered in gold and trimmed with
sable. Miss Davis' gown was an exquisite
French creation jhst the color of tho hoart of
a half opened rose. Over silk ol tms snaao
was a drapery of pink accordeon plaited
chiffon spangled in gold, tho skirts mndo
quite plain with tho except on of a largo bow t
of ribbon the sane color, with many pointed !
short ends, that was fastened just above tho
bom near thu seam of the front breadth. Tho
low neck uodi-o was garlandodwith crush
res es, and on the right shoulder was a large
low jf ribbon similar tothnton the skirt. This
bodice of tho gold spangled accordeon chiffon
had a larco bow of ribbon in tho back, from
which came a girdle of the 6ame ribbon end
ing in long ends that fell from tho left side
in front to the edge of tho gown. In the bow
of these ribbons woro fastened several crush
roses. Immense puffs of the spangled chif
fon formed tho short sleeves that were fin
ished with a row of tho crush roses flttinir
! closely to the arm. Tho gown, whilo a very
haudsomn one, was at tho same timo ex
tremely girlish in appearance and most be
coming to the young debutante who inherits
her mother's beauty.
Among tho guests wore the British Ambas
sador and Lady Pauucefolo. the Mi-ses
Fauucefote, Ch:ef Justice nnd Mrs. Fuller,
Justice and Mrs. Brewer, Justico and Mrs.
Harlan and tho Misses Harlan, Secretary and
Miss Herbert, Mr. Bax-Ironsides. the Austrian
Minister and Baroness von Hogenniuoller,
Mnvroyeni Bey. Marquis Imperial!. Mr. Ford,
tho Belgian minister. Mr. Wooubury Blair. Mr.
and Mrs. Lowndes, Mr. and Mrs. Edwardes,
Senator and Mis. Hale. Mr. Algernon Sar
toris. Senor Fadella, Count Reveniow. Mr.
and Mrs. Hinckley. Mr. and Mrs. Howlnnd,
Mis Stoat. Mrs. Richard Townbead, Lion.
John A. Knsson. Mrs. nnd the Misses Lo.ter,
the Misses Walinch. Mrs. and 5liss Sheridan,
the Misers Tarsou. Judse mil Mrs. M-.aCam-
won. the Miss Brice, MUs Betknap. Miss
i Cleas. of New York, aud Miss Lucy fcVuling-
, Miss Clews, of New York, is tho guest of
I Mr, and 3Ilss Belknap".
TJemarrlage"o'nniTMaryWa!la?h to Mr.
Ned MftabeM, of Connecticut, will take plnco
. on the 8th instant.
Tbe great event la official circle? last even
ing was the Brt slate dluuer of the season
kIvimi in honor of :h Cabinet. In tho East
Itootn. where tbe P.esident und Mrs. Clove
)ad a!waij greet tl.olr gurs'.s on ocensious
efatate dinners, the a-wnoji-ut of palms
ram potted pJauts was enlteuoJ by the in
troduction or rwd. wh't, nud b'ue incan
desroai light that .-j nrkivd like glow worms
am;: the troynni luxuricucc of growth thnt
Sited in the corners of tho stately room nnd
the deep window rtves4 "9. Above t lis door
way loading o the inner corridor, the half
ros- opeasng wa massed with foliage plants
that shoved iu varie ateil colors from tbe red
and white lights nt ranged among thorn.
The llutod columns wore twined with ?mi
Inx strung with red. '.rlfite and blue iucuu
desseent sparks. The trinle window on tho
on-t side of the apartment was massed ro the
casing with palms surrounded by smaller
foliage plnuls in whi-'h the electric sparks
were also Introduced. The mantels on the
-ast side of the. room w ro banked wilh red
and whito cut JIowfis, whilo tboso on tho
wcat side and at either eud wero filled with
foliage plants. The central divan was sur
mounted by a large j aim and on either side
of tbir, at the north aud south, were cart
wheel groupings of aim? aud foliage plants.
In the Blue parlor the decorations wero
the same as on Iscw Year's day, of paims at
tho roar of the room intermingled with scar-
let poii.settn. The doorways were hung with
smlmx portlero, nnd I ho central divan was
aam9aAed b. Jbasket of cut flowers in red
In tho Rea Parlor white primrose?
the mantel, the chandeliers woro bun;;
sinilax. nnd in tho corners were tall
The inner corridor was lined nt intervals
with groupings of palms, and in the Inner
corridor o: tho private portions of thn houso
in addition to thu palms were red nud white
! The decorations )f tho dining-room con
i slsted of n massing of palms and scarlet
poinsetta in the win low recesses and bank
ing of red nud white blossoms on the mantel.
Tho efloct of the table was white and green.
Down tho center ran a long design of
muiden-huir ferut studdo.l with tho slipper
variety of orchids, circular plats of the same
l flanking this piece nt either end ol tho table.
' Corsage bouquets of tho slipper orchids and
single specimens of the same ns 1 outouniers
for tho gentlemen lay at each place and com
pleted the decorations.
The guests were tho Secretary oi State nnd
Mrs. Gresham, Secretary of the Treasury and
Mrs. Carlisle, Secretary of War aud Mrs.
Lamont, Attorney General. Postmaster
General aud Mrs. Bisfell, Secretary of Navy
aud'Miss Herbert. Secretary of Interior, Sec
retary of Agriculture and Miss Morton, the
Speaker of tho House aud Mrs. Crisp. Mr.
ilHnmij, Wilson. Mr. nud Mrs. Charles
Tracey, Gen. nnd Mis. Schofleld, Dr. and
Mrs. Josoph D. Iiryat.t, of New York; Mre.
Perrine, Senntor and Mrs. 3lcPherson, Sena
tor Ransom, Senator Hill. Mr. and Mrs.
Alexander E. Orr, of Brooklyn; Mr. and Mrs.
George B. Roberts, of Philadelphia; Mr. and
Mrs. Don M. Dickinson. Mrs. Hearst, Mrs.
Junen, Senator nnd Mrs. Mauderson. Senator
and Mrs. Rate, Mrs. Johu G. Milburn, of
Buffalo. Mrs. William K. Carlisle, Mr. L.
The great feature of the dinner was, of
course, the presence of Senator Hill, who
made bis initial appcaranco at the White
; Houso dunng tbe present administration.
i Tho guests wore too thoroughly men nnd
I women of tho world to evince any outward
j show of surprise, but their intercut iu the
. presence of the New York Senator was none
the less keon and real. Whatever may havo
! been the private feelings of the President und
Senator Hill when they met In tho Uast
they met In tho
Room, the meetlug was apparently tho per-
f-0"1 of, cordiality, and as the two great
i juauers oi iuu uemocrniic puny bioou lor u
few moments exchaug.ng the polite nolhiugs
of Rociety the guests took in the situation
with all the nest possible, doubtless resolving
to compare their private footnotes at somo
future und more auspuious time.
When tho announcement was made that
dinner was served, Iho ProIJent led tho way
with the wife of tho Set rotary of State, Mrs.
Cloveland bringing up tho rear of tho elegantly-dressed
dinner guests with the- Secro
tnry ol Stnto. Senator Hill escorted Mrs.
Phoobo Hearst into dinner.
Mn Cloveland wore a gown of yellow silk
brilliantly flowered, with large sleeves of gold
color velvet. Mrs. Greshum's gown was pink
brocedo under flowered rnulJ. Mrs. Lamont
wore a gown of rose color satin embroiderod in
silver, with a brCast-knot of pink roses. Mrs.
Bissoll's gown was of light blue satin trimmed
with emilno. Mrs. Carlisle was gowned In
old ro&e brocade. Miss Morton s dress was
of allies of roses satin with Lrornde elet of
a Jartor shade. Miss nerort w.n utt rod in
llsht blue satin with belt and shoulder-knot
of cerise satin. Mrs. Olnoy's gown was of
black satin over a pelticont of bluo velvet,
with trimmings of jot pussamenteries. Mrs.
Schofleld wore mauvo moire antique vntorod
in shimmering linos of silver. Mrs. Mllburn,
of Buffalo, tho guest of Postmaster Gonoral
, nml fllrs. lllssell, woro lawn color urocnao.
, Mrs. Porrino's gown was of gold color satin
i nnd lace; Mrs. Hearst, white Bilk striped in
open jet wort; Mrs. Mol'horeon, gum uro-
Dn? T B SK
jTrg. Bryant, of Now York, pink satin with
The Frosidont and Mrs. Cleveland have as
their guests Dr. and Mrs. Bryant, of Now
York, and lion, nnd Mrs. Don M. Dickinson,
who aro now making n short visit at the
Tho residence of Chief Justico and Mrs.
Miller was tho scene of a thoroughly enjoy
able musicalo at 3:30 o'clock yesterday aftor
noon, when their daughter, Mrs. Mary Ftillor
Manning, and Miss mily S. Hutchinson,
ensemble pianists, assisted by Miss Fnuny
Losey, violinist, rondored a fine progrnmmo
of classical music before nn appreciative
Tho proceeds of tho oatertainmontwill bo
givontoSt John's Church Orplmnago, of this i
This concert is tho first of a series to be
given by tho three young ladies, who will
flcld, Mrs. Sternberg. Minister and Mrs.
Zoballos, Miss Edes, Mrs. Thomas Wilson,
Mrs. Kilbourn, Miss Morgan, Miss McCulloeh,
asd Dr. and Mrs. Mackny-Smith.
The following programme was renderod:
Concerto, C major, Bach. Mary Fuller Man
ning and Emilv S. Hutchinson: Faust fan-
tasie, Sarasto, Fanny Losoy; andante and va- '
riations. Schuman. Mary Fuller Mauningrand
Emily S. Hutchinson; Mojre Eati, Hubny,
Fanny Losoy: variations, Beelhoven-Saint-Saens,
Mary Fuller Manning and Emily S.
Mrs. Fleming opened her ho?pitablo houso
on I street from 4 to 1 o'clock yes Onlay af
ternoon to welcome her mauy friends iu resi
dent society at tho tea "given in bduor of hor
daughter. Mrs. Balch. nud'dauijhter-in-ltiw,
Mrs. Wnldrou Fleming. The rooms "wore
ornamented with potted plants and vases of
Tho hostess received in a sown of b!a-jk
silk with po!nt lace collar: MS3 Leo, her
sister, woro a gown of black satin nn.i jet;
Mrs. Baleh's gown was of piuk beugaliiic and
while flowered brocade, and Mrs. Wnldrou
Fleming in white uncut elvet, with bodice of
gold color satin.
Mr. and Mrs. Georgo Howa d introduced
their daughter at a handsomo entcrlaiumeut ,
yesterday afternoon at the Washington Club,
where later in the afternoon tho guests en
joyed dnuciug in the largo room at the rear
of tho suite of parlors. The mantels woro
decorated with cut flowers and about tho
rooms were palms. ;
The hostess received in a gown oT silver
gray brocade ami velvet. Tno debutante's
gown was of whito Sw:s3 muslin with inser
tions of Vaicnc'ienucs lace, collar and sash of
Mr.-. Evan Thomas has issued invitations
for the marriage of her daughter. Miss Mar
ion Josephine Thomas, to Mr. Henry Fisher.
Tiie ceremony wl:l tako place Saturday, Jan
uary 19. at noon, at tho Church of the Epiph
any, corner of Thirty-fifth and Lexington
avenue. New York.
Mrs. Lamomux, assisted bv Mrs. Willis
Byron Smith, Miss King nnd Mis3 H listing.
received isewiearsin noir spacious apart -
menus at the Buckingham. '1 he parlors were
beautifully decorated for tho oeenMon wilh
palms nnd flowers. The refreshment room
was in pink nnd numerous Inmpsaddetl muoh
! to the splendor. Mrs. Lnnioroux wore a hnud-
I so-no imported gown; Mrs. Smith, pink silk,
j gncn velvet; Miss King, canary silk, black
velvet, and Miss Hustiug, green silk, white
I cniflou. Miss flusting. of Wisconsin, is a
guest of Commissioner nud Mrs. Lnmoruux,
I and expects to spead the greater pan of the
wintor iu Washington.
There was a vrry pretty wodding nt tho
Eustorn Fresbjterinn Church at 8 o'clock last
oening. the contracting parties being Miss
Martha Amelia Millar and Mr. John Alden
Boeder, well known iu musical circles. The
church was tastefully decorated and was
crowded to tho doors with friends and ac
quaintnu -es. Tha bridal pnity moved down
tho aisle to the strains of tho familiar Lohen
grin wedding march, sung bv a picked chorus
Knu wuiiuing niurciJ.sung iv a piCKea caorus
of mak-nl friends of th.'groom the bride on
uiiuuiui iici iaiui;i, .in. rii.un iiiiuui, uu
attended oy ner mni.l or honor, Miss Nome
McCabe, and bridesmaids Miss Butn Gardner,
Mis Fannie McNulty, Miss Jennie McCurdy,
nud Mis Mabel Miller, and prccoled by tho
ushers, Mr Cary Nalie, Mr. Georcc Thayor,
Mr. William E. Smith, nnd Mr.' Gilbert A.
The groom, attended Ly his b.e;t man, Mr.
Eugene E. Stevens, met his brlde-eleet at tho
a'tar Hev. Dr. Thomit. Chalmers Easton
porrormed tho ceremony, after whieh tho
choir fi.ing "O. Lovo Divine." The siimora
ass.stiug woro Miss At Leo, Miss Doe, Miss
Dnua. MissJutlson, Miss McCulloeh, Miss
i.ohDr.. i. . sii,u.m no 5m.r -vr.
Miils, Mrs Barnes. Mrs. Ililli. Mr. Grant, Mr.
McF.irland, Mr Skcrrelt, Mr. Stnlham, and
Mr. Roberts. Mr. Cail M. Boeder, of Now
York '( ity, a brother of the groom, presided
at the organ.
After a briof reception iu tho alcove of tho
! church Mr. and Mrs. Koetlor repaired to tho
t uoine oi tno nnuu s parents, wnero a iigut
' collation was served to the wedding party
aud a few near relatives, alter which the
j happy coaplo took a lato train for tho East.
I Th6 brido was richly gowned in heavy
1 whito silkl trimmed with point lace ovor full
i sleeves. Tho high collar was fastened with a
j brooch of lino diamonds, and she carried a
large bouquet of bride's roses. Miss Njdlio"
j McCuba, the maid of honor, wus attired in a
, pretty gown of hellotrono crepo and chilTou,
j aud she carried whilo roses. Tho four briuej-
maid wero gowned in whito muslin, carry
ing latgy Louquets of Xa Franco roses.
Miss Gertio Newman gave a charming
party to her young friends at her homo. No.
404 South Capitol street las-t evening. Music
aud games wore greatly enjoyed by tho young
folks, and after supper dancing was "engaged
in till a late hour, Misses May Springinan,
Nora Vermillion, Jessio Millor, Dimple
Schackloford. Katie and Florence Jloswoll,
Louise Hays, Jennie Forest. Mnrian Conner,
Marian J reland, Rachel Newman, and Mas
tors Earl Sweet, Ralph Conner, Howard Ire
land. Walter Newman, Benulo Vinton, Willie
Miller, and John Hays were the guots of tho
Cnrds are out for tho wedding of Miss Isa
bella V,'. Mitchell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
John Mitchell, and Mr. William B. Roblson,
I deputy United States marshal for tho Dis
trict und chairman of tho finance committee
i for tho International Christian Endeavor con
, vention of 18JM5. Tho date for tho marriage
I is Wednesday, January 1G, at tho New York
I Avenue Prosbyterian Church, of which Mr.
I Roblsou is an elder.
Mr. William H. Mickle, jr.. of (120 L street
I northwest, as president of the Sonnto Club,
banqueted tho members of the club at his
i residence lu&t Tuesday evening. After sup
per the club spent tho remainder of tho even
ing in recitation nnd progressive euchre. Mr.
David Joyce, in his recitation of ''The Old
Clock on tho StnirV gao evidence of marked
ability as an elocutionist. Mr. George Lovl
recited "Tho Marble Hearts" with marked
effect. Tho prizes for best men nt cards wero
awarded to Mr. Eugene Hall and Mr. Camp
i bell. The ladies present wero: Mrs.Willinm H.
! Mickle, jr., Mrs. 11. Gwin nnd Miss Lillio
i Hayes. The gentlemen present woro: Messrs.
Fred Tilp. David Joyco, William Swift. Georgo
Tllp, Georgo Levi" William Snyder, Harry
Elliott, Thomas Ruple, Georgo Lewis, Harry
Gwin. C. Smith, Howard Deal!, Eugene Hall.
Campbell, Grant Ramoy. aud Arthur
Jones. The guests remained until a lato
hour, when they retired to their rospectivo
homes, voting Mr. nud Mrs. Micklo charm-
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It's healed permanently. There's never a
rolnpse when tho BOBEBTS PROCKSS Is
used. Two years aftor b-Mug cured a
Wfishlngtoniau to.stillos: "iiavo folt strong
and vigorous evor since my complete euro
or right inguinal hernia."
Skillful treatment for both sexes
NATIONAL HERNIAL INSTITUTE,
Washington 171 " cl Opposite
Branch, lHrl VJ Jl'.Ri2gsliouaa.
CLOAKROOM AND GALLEKY.
"I think tho goutlomen who aro despairing
of tho passage of this bill nre borrowing un
necessary troublo," said Chairman Springer
yesterday, talking of tho currency bill in tho
"You look for its -passage, then?"
'Yes, I think its. prospects are good. Of
courso, we can tell bettor after tho caucus,
which will probably bo hold noxt Monday."
"But If it doesn'fpass?"
"Well, wo shall have to wait and see."
Senator Mandorsbu denios tho report that
ho is to bo a candidate for tho secretaryship
of the Senate. Ho says that his retirement
from that body was becauso ho wnnted to ro
sumo tho prnctico of law, and he h;i3 no
thought of anything else.
"Tho apponranco of Representative Hudson
in a dress suit in daylight mav bo a little un
usual," said an old-timer at tfio Capitol yo3
torday, "but I tell you the Senate never
looked ns well as it did in those good old
days when no mombor of that body thought
of appearing in nuy other kind of a costume.
Tho hustling dnys of tho wnr changed all
cott 'within the past few vcmrehavo' beon iu
striking contrast with the good old days."
"How is your blanket bond proposition
getting on?" was yes t onlay asked of Mr.
Coombs of New. York, who" is pushing the
proposition for an issuo of $500,030,000 of
2)o per rout, bonds to tako up tho gold notes.
"Qaining friends every hour," ho said.
"Even tho men from whom I oxpocted most
opposition arc talking favorably now. and I
am quite hopetul, especially whua it is seen
thnt tho ponding bill' cannot pass.
Representative Bailey, who is still ill. and
has been ordered to his homo by his physi-
cinns. is dttcnniiipd to havo ono shot at the
bond issues before ho goes. Ho will got the
floor probably to-day on tho currency bill and
pay his xesn'ects to the administration in
plain terms. He is as st'ongly impressed as
ever with the belief thnt tho issue of bonds i3
I Ex-Judgo Wellington Stillwell. of Millors
1 burg, Ohio, is an applicant for the appoiut
' inent of district attorney for the northern
' district of Ohio, and will reach Washington
in a few days in tho interest of his case. Mr.
' Byron Sttllwoll. who was also an applicant
for the place, has withdrawn iu favor of his
brother, aud requested the return of his
papers from tho Department of Justice a few
WEAK AT THE OPEHING.
I Rut the Majority of Stocks Rally and Close
i ' New Yonn. tan. 3. The stock market was
characterized with weakness at tho openingi
which affoctotl almost tho ontire list. Some
shares sold below tho lowest point touched
; during the year 18C-1.
Toward noon there was a change in the
, temper of speculation, tho downward move
I meut being checked nnd good buyers coming
, into the market.
I In only one instnuce, however, was the
' break of tho raorniatj fully iccovered, nad,
' compared with yedtudaV. the final figures of
j the day are very irregular, but in a majority
i of cases are higher.
cv 1 ork Stock F.xchsi nee.
Turnlshed by Sllsby & Co.. luuitor and
broken). .Metropolitan Kalik lluildim:. Fifteenth
street, opposita 'Iientmry, Washington. D. 0.
,. O i. n ich Low Cli-sI n z
l C. C..J
Cauada xmthern ........
C. It. Je (uiucy ;...,
, Del. IjwU. and Western.
Delaware & Hudson v....
Distillers &. Cattle Feed..
General hlectric Co......
Louisville & Nashville...
La'uC bhoie -.....
i New England
Northern Faciflc pfd
' National Lend
N o w Y orK Central.
IW IS'.li 13'JJ IJSltg I
12T.14 1S6 ' 12T)4 120 j
4i 3tH SI 3e4
ffeW 88JJ 8T!4 8T
5 55)6 52 J 5.i-ij
13IU 13VK 131U; 13oK
' 1'ncino Mali
Southern K y preferred..
, 31T6 32H5
a- Trust "
Tofinjsseo Coai ijoiu".'
' L-niOU laclllC.
l. S. Cor.'ace
Ex. Dlv. 1 jorcent.
IIaltimouk, Jan 3. Flour dull, unchanged
recetpts, 12,993 barrels: shipments, 4,312 barrels;
8aloj,800 h'irrcls. Wheat steady spot,C0; mouth,
COnROM; Fehnsary, G'laGl; Slay, Cir-iJaMW; steam
er No. ii red. hutuYj receipts, l,i50bushels;
shipments, 32,000 bushels; stock, 78,217 bushels:
5!,sG! - n: Eradc.SiK'arOHI Corn lltiu-
spot and mrath, 17Jal7:5fi: February, 47tal,SV6;
lay, 504h3O.j; steamer mixed, 40a4liJ re
ceipts, 9,110 bushels: shipments. 85,715 bush
el; stock, 1.101,712 bushels: sales, 32,0U) bush
els: Srouthern whito coru, 46v,al74; Southern
yellow, 4(i-'S4a474. Oats firm Na 2 whito
Wostcrn, 34a3SV; No. 2.mixed Wrstern,37a37 Vg
receipts, 2,S55 busnoli: stock. 131,320 bimhels
jyo slow No 2, 57a57M rcc npts. 701) bushels;
stock. 37,G40 hushels. I ay active good to choice
timothy. 13 00al3 50. Grain freights inactivo and
weak, unchanged. Susnr quiet, unchanged.
Bettor nnd egg steady, unchanged. Chceao
New York Cotton.
Month Open. High Low. Close
January 3 4fi 54C 541 5.15
Maich 5.51 5 52 549 5.5t
May 51 5r,e 5.VJ 5G1
Juno 5 05 5.b(i 5 G3 5.00
Mansfield as "Prince Karl."
Perhaps the most popular play in Mr.
Richard Mansfield's repertoire i3 "Prince
Knrl," which; is vory familiar to Wnshing
toniatiB, and last night drew a largo and
notablo assemblage to Albaugh's Opera House.
Mr. Mansfield presents tho typo of a Ger
man military officer and prince In nn admira
ble manner and never oversteps tho lino
whieh separates the ideal and the burlesque.
He is particularly happy iu his musical imita
tions nnd one is led, on hearing them, to con
clude thnt tho variety stage has lost a finished
female impersonator und entertainer. This
may seem to bo a dubious complimout, but
the fact remains tluft Mr. Mausllold gives an
imitation of tho ieipalo voice, that has not
been surpassed evori on tho variety s age.
Miss Cameroon, as the lovo-sicl: widow, was
Mi8 Janastownrtrls not only pretty, but
has a charming stage presence.
There will bo no .ma'tineo to-day, as an
nounced, of "Arms and. tho Man," owing to
the illness of ono of tho company. "Beau
Brummell," of blessed memory, will bo played
Too llardjfor Us.
Editou Timus: Will you kindly ndviso me,
and others who. like mo, aro interested, why
a national Treasury note mado legnl tcador
in payment of all debts, issued by tho gov
ernment in payment of nil its debts, and re
ceivable Xrodee liable.) by tho govern -nent iu
payment of any taxes, would bo less crodit
able than a government bond redeemable iu
Also why the system abnvo suggested would
bo less expedient or feasible than tho system
of loaning money to u favored class without
intorost, and rathe &amo timo paying interest
on the collateral held as security for tho loan?
C. B. Heminowav..
Last ?ad Ritas Tho fuueral of tho late
Mrs. Daniel Murphy occurred from St.
Aloysius Church, sit the corner of North Cap
itol and I streets northwest. Requiem high
mass was celebrated by Rev. Father Dolnn, S.
J., assisted by Roy. Father Byrne, S. J., dea
con, and Rev. Father Conway, S. J., sub
deacon. Tho Rev. Father Giltespio, S. J.,
president of Gonzngn College; Rev. Father
Williams, of St. Matthews' Church, and
others of tho city clergy occupied seats
within tho sanctuary. Tlio'iuuslc was uuder
tho dlroction of Prof. Garmon, with contri
butions from Mrs. Martin and choir, W. W.
Hundlin and tho choir qnartette. the latter
chanting tho bencdictus. Fathor Dolnu
closed tho services at the grave.
YAL BLATZ MILWAUKEE BEER.
Blizzard Was the Only Favorite to .
Earn Winning Brackets.
JOCKEY Ml'Rl'HY EELL ASLEEP!
"Walcott Was "Winning the last Racs When
His Eider Made the Fatal Mistake of
Easing Kim, Thereby Letting Leigh Get
Up in Time to Win bv a Short Head Dr.
Johnson Poorly Handled To-da7s Card.
Despite tho heavy track the racing at Alex
ander Island was highly interesting yester
day, it being attended by several excitin;
i lln.-3Ue3 and the downfall of four favorites
' Blizzard wns the only successful choice dur
ing tho afternoon, and he, too, might have
succumbed bad his nearest opponent, Doc
Birch, been able to gain the position next to
tho rail when turning into tho stretch.
Another favorite who should havo won was
Walcott, in the closing event, ho loading at
tho lower turn by four lengths. Murphy then
made the bad mistak'o of easing Wnlcott up
in the home stretch, when Leigh c.-rae wilh a
rush in the last sixteenth. Murphy could not
got Walcott quick enough in his full stride
again, and the result was that Leigh won at
the post by a head.
Thiers L., quoted at tho falso price of 8 to
l.woniue nrst race linnuily irom JJrlzzie,
i Iter Ocean, Trlnculo inudnino other platers.
Tho next timo Trim ulo nierts Thiors L. it fs
dollars to conts that he will beat him easily.
In the free handicap John McGarriglo sur
prised the talent by leading most of tho way
and winning easily. The favorite, Dr. Joha
fion, was poorly handled by Jockey Farson.
the, latter. notinaking..n move on him when
passing tho qunrter polo and also not when
tho other horses began to draw away from
him in tho last quarter.
Beigravia. the second choice in tho race for
j Vonten three-yoar-oldfl, led all tho way nud
won easily from the favorite, Irene, who
spoiled her chances by swerving all over the
track when well into tho last furlong. Summaries.-
How the Horses Kan.
-I I First raco Six furlongs. Selling. Purse
$200 Timo 123.
Inil. Hone and tct. i'J.
SMI Thiors L..123.... 0
SKlTi Drizzle, 13C 0
)9 Inter Ocean, 1"JX T
SXW F.m'o M'ri'n.lil 8
H St. Fin. Jacbfu
7 3 IS C Johnson.
& 6 '2n Coleman.
.'Il(i 3h Do'ojntity
1- f. 1 Murphy.
S)33 Iceland, 120.
(i The Dude, 120.
125 . Bola. 123
tt!8 Iiitlmidad, Hi
1 Bert. 121
Start fair. Won easily.
BeltlnK Thiers U, 8; Drizzls, 13 to 5; Inter
Ocean. 15; T iuculo, 7 1 15; h'annie i a tin. 15: Et
Telegrafo. 13; Ieelnnd, 20;Tho Di:de, 30; Eph. ICO.
Bela. L0; Kenneth, 100; Intimidad, 5, and Bert. 10
I Q Second raco Six and a half furlongs, tell
" inr. Purse. $20J. Time, 1:31.
ml Jiorreand irl. .St 4 St Fill. Jockei'.
(SHI) Khzznrd, ll'J . I li iy l.'E Tribo.
bill 1)k Birch. 101K' 7 4 4 2-Airord
SUM MclCoever, III.. 1 3h 'iy.Z Uenrfor.
SB9 Billy Koy. 112.... 2 2 3K-4 Ham.
031 Lento, W3J 5 0 5 5 Klyiin
915 Goutalcs, fl)i... !l 12 6 C Murphy.
4 Irish Pat, 103 .. G 7 7 7 IStralt.
QUI Ua .I.... 1fV 1rt It U U n tli.r
8 C. .Murphy.
12 A. Moore.
13 J. Mooro
U W. -Morris.
4 Kent Ladv.107,.11
710 Vocalito, loa.... 8
923 Ada Blue. 17. ..10
bt'G Uiiclo Jim, 109-14 14
1 iTedCnei. 101...13 13
1 Jack I ovell. 116.. 3 5U
Start fair. Won drivinR.
BottiiiR Rliziard, oven: "Doc Birch. 30; 51c
Keover, 8, Billy Boy, 3; Lento, IP. Gouzalos, 50.
Irish Pat, 10J; Booktou, 25; Koniuoky Lady. 5;
Vocalite.40; Ada Blue. 100; Ur.c'.o Jim, 100; l!cd
Cross. 40, and Jack Lovoll, 20.
I Q Tliird raco Kive furlongs. Free handicap
for a:i ages. Purse, $200. Time, 1:05.
Jirf llMAf anttirl. .St y, St. I'm. Jwkrn
BIG J. ?."c iarrigIo,lC0 5 2h It
is C Murphy. I
2-S Murphy. !
0 Parson. 1
2 Jewel. US 3 Hi 2i
917 My Girl cott. 101. 4 3 3i
:; Grand Prix, 120.. 1 A 4
931 Dr Johnson, 113.. 2 5 5
Start good on easily.
Betting John McGarriglo, 10, Jowel, 2; My
Girl colt, 6; Grand Prix, l.and Dr Johnson, 8 to5.
Fourth ta:e Five furlongs. Beaten thrce
'" vear-olds. Solliug. Purse, 200. Time,
7jm. Uortf nnd ml. St. l& St Fw. .Ineitv.
915 Bolgravia, 105.. l ljj is 15 Ham.
915 Irene. 1C5 ... 3 3l 2J 2i Murphy.
915 Outsider. 103... X 2n 33 36' A Moora
'Jil W. O'ilrien. 105 4 4 14 E Tribo.
2 Bradley, 105 5 5 5 5 Noary.
Start goo.I Won easily.
Bett'ux Beigravia. 3; Irene, 3 to 3; Outsider,
05; W O Brien, fi, aud Bradley, 8.
I C Fifth raco Six and a quarter furlongs.
lyJ Soiling. Purse, fiOO. Time, 1.27
I ml. Horse ana ct.
5 Leigh. 101 . ..
(1) WaL-ott, 101. .
(9'3) Illue Bird, 110..
919 Jersey. 101
921 L. S:iorior. 99.
5 J. Moore.
9iB U.iyborry. !M.
Stai t lair on driving.
Hettlng Leigh, 4; Walcott, 8 to 5; Blue Bird, 3;
Jersey 5tu2; LadySuperioiS0,andI!ayberry,S0.
Card for To-d tv.
Firat raco Five fuilougs.
912 Miss Castles..
91V Come Home..
1 Tube Itoso
6 Son Malheur.. 110
C Ba'h'g Charlie 110
G Larry K Ill)
8SJ Mome Carlo.. 110
ond raco Six and a quarter furlongs.
901 Carcaasis.. .
S93 The Clown,
Third raco Six and a half furlongs.
8 His Grace. .
3 ltoiuorse. ...
Fourth rneo Four and one-half furlongs.
l-iirtex. ll.irit'. 117
9C0 Forakor Ill
90S Delia M
900 Banger 101
900 J.Rowinan fly tt
910 Dotdelaisofly 93
912 llolonn II. llllv 9S
H!fi Pi Ijc'bs Mario 10
912 Flush 110 9110 Sun Dart.
915 Ida U 105
'Formerly Little I ou gelding.
Fifth 1 ace Six and onc-riu irtor furlongs.
Index. itmse. ' 117. j Index. llort.
7 Iteynnrd lol 2 Jcwet ,
942 Gliinpolilly.. 78 9.:9 Johnny.
874 Cliiinnut 105 9.11 Gov. b'ifer...
Cainvan 97 817 Eugene L....
4 WeatIdo 105 (Sf9) Samaritan ...
First race Dashing Chariio; Son M.alhour.
Socond raco VagaLond; Headlight.
Third nice Kemorsc; I.ura.
Fourth lace Danger; Foragor.
Fifth race Johnny; WestSido.
Pointers from the Paddock.
Teu books won nil tho money.
Tom Lloyd won 2,000 in nis book. ,
'llio fruit man at the track welched for two
Buen White and Sam Marks had good placo
bets on Intimidad.
Zncli played Bert all three ways.
Hugh MeCatreu took a heavy fall on
Bill Henuey had good sized bets on Drizzle
each wny and Trincula to show.
Q'om Woodford won 6500 on Thiers L.
Al Klots played McKeever to show nnd W.
O'Brien to win and for place.
Sam Marks had $200 on Blizzard.
Georgo Bowman tried to win a bank roll on
Sammy Mulford lost heavily on Irono.
Bill Heaney had 4200 on Blizznrd.
C. P. Brady and Orlando Joues bet on Kan
Myule Thompson aud Hugh McCnrrcn fell
1 with a dull thu-I on Dr. Jolmsou
i;0b Irving arrived hero alter his holldnv
trip and bet on My Girl colt. Balgravin, and
Ed roster and Buon White lost S1.00O on
Ht. V SL fin.
3 41 4i lh
5 iyj U iJ
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5 Dress Tat e ns of Colored Cloth, all wool
7yarls sSiOu Navy Ulna Braver for Capo
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Sam Marks had 100 each way on Jewel
nnd also had a big bet on Blue B:rd.
Tom Woodford was looking fOc a cinch, bet
and got it Tor .5200 on Dr. Johnson to show
atil0.' , . 1- r, n- ...i. .j,
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Timmy Shields and Zach cashed good beta
Walcott. The ilrst nnmed got more than
even by beating tho loreign book.
Frank Weir has sent his racing string into
wintor quarters nnd discharged Joikey
Cortdoy irorahis employ.
Brooklyn Jockey Club Entries.
New Yonir, Jan. 3. Tho number of entries
received so far to the Brooklyn Jockey Club
stakes, which closed last night. 13 as follows.
The nominations from the West hnve not yet
readied the secretary:
Ftr two-year-olds, Amazon stakes, for Allies,
half mile, 43; Clover stakes, for flllies. live fur
longs, 49; Hanover stakes, half milo, 5i; Seaside
btakes, five furlongs, 51.
For throe-ycar-olds aud upwards Brooklyn
Handicap, V miloj, 27; Brookdalo Handicap,
Vya miles, 24; Parway Handicap, 1 1-15 miles, 23;
j Myrtlestakes. 1 1-1(5 miles, 24.
For thrre-yeai-olds lioulevardo handicap,
ono and one-eighth miles, 28; Falcon stakes one
J and one-sixteenth miles, 27; Preaknesd stakes,
j ono aud one-sixteenth miles, 30; May stakes,
j six furlongs, .'17.
I The entries for the Brooklyn handicap fol-
Areas, Assignee, Banquet, Baroness, Basset- I
law, " llathampton (Imp.), Buckrene, Counter '
Teuor, Dojlare, Eon .Mouzo. Launrona, Lth
maiu I.eouawell, Matt Byrucs (imp.). Patticlan,
Hainapo. Kay S.. Rubicin, Sir Francis, tl
Knight, Dr. Itice, Sir Walter, Ed. Kearncy.oa ,
nud Dance, Hugh Penuy, Sport, and Hornpipe, j
Results on Other Tracks
At NewOrleaas: Walter Talbert, Brakoman,
David, Adah L, and Guard.
At .Madi.-on: Owen Go'den, Edwin, Tom Flynn,
John Berkley, and Pat Woodcock.
No Drill at Fort Myer To-day Thero will
be no exhibition drill nt Fort Myer to-duy on
account of the iuclemeut weather.
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luntury.'' A large number of persons, physl
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and 4 to C p. in. Consultation free. 123211th
stroaC Teleuhnuo. ITT
Regular Price. $&.&. Red Ticket
........ 48c van!
Red TieSo; Price...
Ticket I't Ico .
Ticket 1'rico lSJc ja-d
00. Kl Ticket Prli-o 45c vnnl
. .So. yard
. .. Ac piece
.. Sc. diisen
. ..8c each.
Goins to Join in a Hcdv.
Tho Street Railway rnitective Union held
j two meetings yesterday at Costollo's Hall
j ,he5rnonr headquarters. It was" decided to'
' initiate the employes ot the Ecfcington and
, . H '
Soldtors riome Railway in a Dody. In spite ot
' tbo opposition of the managers or that line to
tbeir empjovee5 golnginto tho union.
" -. .
j Fot t&j ManTho Winfaa Yeatmnn ar
j r?Se(j on Wednesday and charged with
larceny, was not. of course. W. H. Yeat-
! man. tho well-known contractor nnd painter,
' of No. 3H Four-aad-a-half street southwest.
YAL BLATZ MILWAUKEE KEEK.
EO. a MOCNTCASTLE.
I VERMONT AVE. STABLES.
J Vermont Court, between L and 31 Ver-
mom ave. and 15th street.
J Telephone, IRK. Jat-2rr
Can yet buy a FINE BLUE
or BLACK CHEVIOT
COAT AND VEST
We say "lucky' because
It's a good streak o luck
when a man can buy a
coat and vest of a S20 suit
2f You have no time to
lose, however. A number
have already been sold.
and there were only 26 of
them Monday morning.
"The Reliable Clothier,"
434. 7th-SL N. W.
I A 25c. Lunch
$ From 12 to 2 for BUSINESS li
Y MEN. Served to tempt tho
Y moat fastidious tastes
,, Elegantly appointed LADIES v
SS DININi. PAltLOK on Second
Eyeglasses and Spectacles
Eyeglarses in rolishod Steel Frames,
with cork m" piece. $1.25. All glasses
fitted with our IrLYEST LENSB?.
Z o make a scientific examination
and fit aud adjust tno proper glassed
Wlthtut extra charge.
McAllister & Co.,
1311 I Street N. W. (Ncit to Sua Bldg:)
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