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1TK-, ah r, Vlljr remarked. There's Do know-in*
? hat II Carina nltfbt have been bat for dJ?
l-epaia." Doubt;*-* drepepeia was Umi aw of
kts *10001 and irritability 11*4 hs taken Ayre'a
PtlJa b* w.mld hare bean a healthier an?l
ha: pier rnan.
**I wa< ? mat sufferer from I>r?r?rala and
Const, pauon. 1 had no appetite. became
*r?aiiy debilitated. and an mntlnoallf
affl.-tel alth Headache and lHizineaa. After
tryiiur van, up reincli-e. I Anally Itnn to a?e
Ayer*s 1H1-. a d ?onn my app-tlte improved,
aiy bowels war* recnlatad. and 1 became well."
? D. V. Imu. *U!ni?i?ton, Dal
Prepared l'y Dr. J. C. Avar i n<x, Uwll. Mm
S.ld by all L> uffrtau and Dval ra in Medicine.
'1 HE lllMISt 1
?mm salt
AM) KlDNEN lit.sr.AHhD,
A h.RILi 1 ClKL
< n*llpa'ion. Oont. Khe'iniaMatu. Plabetei. and all
of the Stuuiactk
l!?*?rf of imitallotia.
"It IlmKltfa ma bolter aatiafactioc tban anythtnir
? kith I Lave atrt uauO."?Prul. Se<*,e u. 1,'nive rally of
1 Lava uaad It foi year* with rawarkable succeea"
itof Hlawsxek.
v? rite f'.r Dr Toboldt'a lecture on Carlabad Water
awl Salt. read baton th- Ninth In ernatioiial Medical
? rarrxa. mailru l.ee ill oifai pi* alua
KISXfK 4 MENKELSON* CO.. Soie Airanfa. 6 Liar
? 'ay at. -New V. rk. Ja- in.*kf
It seem? a paradox that much current intereet in tha
store should be uiv.dt-d between I be things fur mul
?ummer Alia ua.avt inter, t urs aud LiVua, TuiMf<aU
>ledt an i Uiumb*ua?. &kate? *uJ Hambur* Km^toid
eries, ove.coat* mud >i u?iiu L nderwear are euu .hy iu
lb* mind* oi retail buyera. lo luect all theee aleinenta
.a our study.
1 ha dress stuff* for future wear if* opening in your
TUty .? on hat d. Not tba hhrbeet coat. 31 rents a
i ird. ? n n*ad Di t know tbe makers. call tbeiu
"ANWAKrhU. for we control tbu market on them.
1 bi* ?? tb< hut oi toe *ate*n trade. kou may **t a
MHoti troui the !a< I luat tbe 70.OOO yards in store to
?u> are on:> out : ?urth of a s.incle order. Aud tbeu
? thei or 1-rnoL both sid** ot tbe eea. V^aicb tbe seaeon
..nd you wii. tin w bow irreat they ara.
1 be first i?ee^ ?t tne atylea-au artl?t'a firat view
Kilty-tbr* \ l*?n abadea oobelius ani mabotrany,
zouave red and b*b> blue. eer(>eiit audcre^ui. rain
U* * dltided aud multiplied And for ttacurea. <*trii>ea
aith raiisiiir vium ttrne* with | olka dota danciUK ?dl
ab>?utv atrifepea h-?!aiiuc up pi?id?. plaids witb over ;
}Ui<l<?. I'jiiti I'atlemia. and double u'a involved like a |
a - - I
i bi? rstt.a ??H>'it styles MAY do you soma good. Jiot I
mmb unit t?a il l-ruur* >ou to aea tb stTiffs.
Henrietta Ciotb !n r'oiora lnat means a wool fillimr*
YLr? ad woven ou a si k warp, i lie aitk worm aud the
?h< - : d<l??*r in question* ot col?>r. Asaniiu* dyer not
i? :n? usanAl i .?w.?y haa yoaed tbem l-ai together.
Utiboa S: r*'loirs puce. a >ard. Jl* incbea
Hie re is a *:.?urf and art in the?u? -.tuff*. Tbe pro
I ortion I tbe nbers i.-i rwbt Tnejr d- u t slip on tbe
?arp. YfJ ean tua^e butiou-boKn to^t l?uitoii sud
- oias lnat iMMd. And colore! \o r eya restaonly on
? ?.??>!. but tbe ?ii*?en m ?ke s;lk Intuitive refine.uent
?*i ???e can catch tne hue luucb of Color shown by tbesa
Or icr by mail anything In the atore.
01T ?^n Philadelphia.
A l**EVER feuKE Cl'BED
T must extend a \u tbe tbauka of one of my cua
t, ru? r^. who has .-eer: cur d by uainir the CcTIcriia
iai.atDltx.oi an o*d sore cauaad by a Ion* apeil ot aick
n**Hs or fe\er enrnt y ars ajr??. Me was so oad be was
urtui he would have to have bia ley amputated, but
is Lappy to >ay be is flow eutirely well? sound aa a dol
lar. He r? ^'sests me to use hla uanu. which la H. 11.
? \mj>, merchant, of this p?aca.
JVHS V. MINOR, Druinriat.
Gainaboro, Tenn.
Hav*mr be*>n a snfTerer for two yea re and a-half from
a ?. isexHa- caused by a oruiae on tbe leir.and havimr t*een
?ured by tbe Cl'Tici'fi.% KkMcmna whan iff other
n.eibods an l rem?*ui^a fail d. 1 deem It my duty to
icviuui nd them. I viaiteil Hot Sprintra to no avail,
and tr^ed several doctors without succeaa. and at tilt
< ur pnm u el drmrKi^t, Mr John P. Finlay (to whom I
>hall e\er I eel rfr^teful?. ?|<oke to me abodt CTTK'URi,
?nd 1 coneenf*! to yive tbem a trial with tba Mult
mat 1 am perflctl> tured. There is now no so- e about
mei 1 think 1 can ebow the lartfaat aurface where injr
"?i .fferiMrs sprantr froru ol any one in tbe state. Tbe
ci tk'Vba hi WKi?iK> are the beat blood and skin cures
:ua:iUtai-turetL 1 reter to dribr^nat John P. > inlay and
l*r U. i iit utiromery. both ol tbla puuv, and to br.
>milli. of Laae Lee. Mtaa
AiJL\AM>LK BEACH, Greenville, Mias.
s. ' j everywhere. Price. Ccticura, 50c. ; Soap. 3ar.;
lUx'LviM.ll. Prepared by the Pottu Dei g a*i>
? tir H1? AL i??. Boston, Mass bend for Howtot'ura
>aan uiseaaea.** fl4 1&.1T.1S
Dubbins* Ejlectrio Soap.
Tba orlinnal formula for which we paid RjO.OOO
tartify yean tmo baa nrrer baen modiIIrd or changed
in tL? ^i?Lteat 'ibiaaoai la identical m quaaty to- |
uay with that mada twenty yaara mo
It >viiUina notlun? that can injure tha flaeat fabric. I
It bnaLtena color, and blaachaa whltaa.
H???bea gaiinaU a?d Uankata aaaoothar aoar In
:1.? or la Ou?a- without atmuuiuf? laarlnif tlicui aoft
aid aUicand lika naw.
Tber* la a giant mtIii( at Una, af labor, ot aoap. of
ttiel. aud of tha fabiic, wbara Dot bins' Rlactnc Hoap la
i?. accorvlUMf to dlnctaoiA
Cue trial will damosstimla it* mat marlt It will
I ay yon to niaka that trial.
lake all beat Uun?% U I* extanaiTftly loiltatad and
i< uutarfaitaA.
Tnaiat npon dobbinb' Electric. Don't take Um
i.atu*. LKtro-Hailc, Philadelphia Electric, or any
? th*i mud, aimply bacauaa It la cheap. They will ruin
. .uibna. unl are dear at any price Aak for
<i <! take no otlaar. > early every ?rocar from Maine to
V? iao keepa it in atock 11 yoor*, haan tit, laa will
cidw Horn hie Bearcat wbo,aaale rrucar.
Ktad carrfully tba laaide wrapper around each bar.
.. '. be tarclui to Follow Diractioua jn each ouUlde
oraip*. Vou Cannot Afford to wait looffar talura |
'lr?m,<!or kouraai/ tLia old. reliable, and truly wou- .
Pus The Nervocs.
v.jril sc.! aclentiAc aklll haa at laat eolred tbe
; rwo.ru. t ti.r lnw ueeJtd uaad.cine for tba Bervou*.
. Lilitate<!, and the wad, by ronibuiliut tbe test nerve
u i . t niafjr and Coca, with utnar effective rru-c liov.
'ikl. a,tiL? r'^tly but eficiaBUy ou tha kidneys
? w r ?im1 i .. wels. remove dkieaee.ytora atnauatL aud
t.i.e? aaiauty I Lis inadlcuar la
It S^laa place barctcfar* DBorcupiml. and marka ? |
i ? ? *-.a ui lb* tr^atu.ent of nervous trouble, Ov?r
?oak. aciiet). liMasa, lay tbe foundation of nervoua
1 e'rstioaand arsiuna. aud experwnce baa shown |
t. .t t: - .i?u . reciediew do not mand tha strain and
|sra.ysi?of the uarvc M? syeteiu.
.>< ? n-.n n >d by profeaaional and business uicn.
fc?cd i jt i .n-ulara.
Ir.ca al.OO. Sold by drutfihata.
1 ^ Burlimcton. YL
a orateftl odor,
1' luatt ?e of b^itb and pur.ijrja<MM?miaaic?tad Ui the
i..*_ uis b> Ur sroasatia
\v ii.c- makes the tf etb v white an ) as radiant as poi
.?Me?i ) oi t vla.n, and ^ ol tains no inirrt-lien' that la no
* .?La> U.nefica* to both tfUiua and teeta.
1 be lajrrw aa.u 1/asmaUc prnlaaaionser* loud in their
I ra.?rsol
4i;?ai ROZODOST.
Mad- toMotk Soft. V -Iv/ty, and Trans-'
MiM'U'S rT"i b> tisirn# .-esaiie) *s Uy,ir*>na|-b
H tMt , Soap, au el?-^ai.t,hbfkly iei*tum,d
?M> H aOartn .1 Soap, prrv-nuej ?ud eudors d
1 *M1 H 1 Hw-tvun. f..r Skin and he dp
Mil N Afff tiou. ot every u-s. rip.ion. a-ut m>
111 eb^.at JmotM tin ts>t and eold by
d all drumruu ?? Vii tentn a cake
ban labt vaa rtrk. we rave her raator'a.
U ben al>e was a * ill id, aba a i?m! far c aator.a.
H ban aba oacnme M.aa, abe cluntf to Casio via.
flitii asc umi I Lauren, s>ua Kav? tnan* 1 setirrta
Dl? u??i?n lo-dny ma lo Ihr Ad
iui??lbilHr ??' Evidrnce,
S|<. lal Dl?|?ti-li to I HE Eves'IXo star.
loumira. Feo. 15.?Nearly me entire morning
-tssion dt luo court was taken up Id a dlscti!
-ion as to the admissibility of certain
lesiimony attempted to be drawn from
Detective J. B CUrt, of Chicago, the nrst witness
. a'.led on behalf of ihe defence In the tally-sheet
c.wes. 1 he clerk o.tiled the jury Imm.'diauly after
.he crier opened the court, after which the state
letn i tided t h it the witnesses for th** defease be
cxe.udei limn the room. Mess.?% comers? ami
tic.s?cenjr requested a relaxation of i he rule lu
uvor of dei.-nd ih'.s, Thus. a. lo^u, C. T. Bldck
uuru, awl Alien u. Myere.
Nen.nor i liurman c ul'-d attention to the fact
lii.u tile defendants had demanded separate trials,
.ml Insisted in.it ail except tue one on trial were I
ino-.t.y wimesaei, Further, he said, that there
were oovl u- reasons why tue witnesses
.u a conspiracy rn.se should be separated. Judge
I'ugh i-oinpromlseil matters by deciding that
vt iien one of the de-ten ianls was called
into the box as a witness, the others
-nould be excluded. .1. H. Clark is
a detective of about ttve years'
-landing .ind was origin.ilij ernpio ed by ihe
columi'Us cili/.-.,*'committee to assist In In vest l
galtng the tally-sheet lottery. The stalecharges
tuat he was but remarkably suc
cessful, that they therefore discuarged him,
una tuat ue has been paid by the defense to stand
ami ae.lver. Tue defense had asked ouia half uozen
qu-stions and were proceeding lo show thai Alger
non ?<ranvliie, the ueiendant who turned slate's
evidence liid Wen a member Of the Colcago Drill
of detectives, wuen the at ite objected to tue testi
mony as irrelevant. Ciark was asked whether
ur.tnv;ile was not tue ca of A. E. Lyitie
? Co., aud had a hard time getting up tim leiter
neads. The arguments were concluded wntn the
court look a recess at noon, Mr. .vlcSweeny still
attempting to show tuat tue testimony was com
petent as teodlug lo snow a conspiracy to furnish
evidence in Joo lots.
'1 he defense have .ssued a subpoena for Isaac R.
Hlli, second assistant sergeant-at-aruis at the
House of Hepresentalivea.
The Hhm ( onaniuier Begins Ita In
quiry into I lie Keadini Strike.
Philadelphia, Feb. 1.x?The congressional oorn
mli tee appointed to Invesllvale tue strike on the
heading K.Uiroad system und in the Schuylkill
and Leulgh coal regions and Its relations to the
aliened stoppage of interstate commerce ou the
Heading s> ileal, met al tue Continental Hotel
this morning ana examined preside ut corbin ol tue
H ailing Co. i'be special purpose of the committee
In holding sessions in tuls city Is to hear the rail
road siae of ihe quesiIon irom the otllcors of the
company. Mr. corblu said luat the capitalization
IsUKk) of the Heailing system was $40,000,000.
He was p e idenl ol the Heading road, but nut of
tlie Heading coal and Hon Co. Mr. ?<eo. 1!. L)e
H'ira bad been elected to that position beeause of
nis speela. Ntness to take charge ol the work in the j
coal region, vvuuh had been muc.i neglected here- ;
lofore. Witness. In respouse to questions irom i
chairman Tlilman, said thai he Waa al tue head of
tue banking concern which negotiated mortgages
I'D Western and southern lands. In order lo es
lab.ish tue Jurisdiction of the committee
that the Heading system had a connect.on by way
of Boundnrook lo New York, and had througn
traltic lu thai direct inn, aud that it also owns and !
operates a Hue of boats lo carry coal lo New York,
boston, and oilier Interstate points. but he said
that tue company, in operating tue-*; coal U..es,
on y carried tue Coal of the H aui.ig coal and lrou
to., aud was not a common carrier In
this direction. Mr. Anderson drew from the
witness tue fact tuat lue Heading Hallroad Com
pany owns the entire canllal stock of the Heading
t oat and Iron company. \\ hen asked by tue sauio
gentleman wheiuer the constitution of Pennsyl
vania did not forbid a railroad company from owu
lug or operating sucU corporations as Ihe coal aud
iron company, the witness sa d lual wuiie the
question of the right ol Heading Kaliroad Company
lo own the coal and IruA company
It had been a matter of legislative investigation,
and he illd not believe that anyuody questioned
tne right ot ihe Heading co. to own the coal aud
Iron company, ihe cuarter of ihe former was
granted many years prior to ihe adoption of the
new constitution and was not subject to
the restriction referred to, and tne charter
ot ilie coal and Iron company was
granted a few yearn prior to tlie
adoption of the constitution, aud contained a
clause am .orizlng any railroad company in the
stale of Pennsylvania to own its stock Mr. An
derson suggested that unless legislation ou the
chai'-erol the coal and Iron company expressly
and in terms gave the Reading Hallroad Co. the
right lo own and manage lue coal and Iron com
pany, 11 was a que-.lion yet whether the constitu
tional prohibition did not appiy.
Mr. corbin?-1 cau l answer that; it b a ques
tion ot law."
The witness then proceeded to say that when
running on lull time the Heading system employs
about 1!1,000 men in or about tue mines, and there
are now about U.0OO employed. Every effort h.ui
been made lo gel the men to mine lue coal al sucn
prices as In competition with otuer operators ihe
company cou.d afford lo pay. The Heading miners
had been paid, on an average, better wages than
any other miners la the slate. Tue miners were
paid upon a sliding scale, the h&sis of which Is a
price oi per tou for coaL By special couiraci
the miners lu ihe Heading system
for a portion ol last year because of the strike In
the Lehigh region. They had, however, agr ed logo
back alter January l on the old basis, aud because
the company could not pay an advance they went
out on strike. Mr. coroln said that the coal and
lion company made very little money when coal
was at ?2.~i0, alhougu uuJer tue scale the
miners did very well. Tne witness
then proceeded to give a history of
the strike now in progress on the railroad
system and its causes. He said, and explained at
length, ihe reason for llie statement tlial the
wnole trouble arose from the attempt of the
Knights oi Labor to refuse to handle ir ights sent
to Ihe Heading system from mines wueie there
was a strike lu progress (the Lehigh region), and
in which strike luelr organization was en
gaged, or to move goods wuich came from
nruis which employed "scabs" or non-union
labor. Mr. Corblu explained thai the company
was bound as a common carrier to accept
and move all freight offered to it tor transporta
tion. and t ou.d not ke> p men in its etnuloy w ho re
fused 10 move such ir. ight. In speaking of
the strikers wno refused to co.^e back
when ihey were given an opportunity
on Tuesday, December atter the Knights had
ordered tb-jn out, Mr. Cotbin s Id: "In tins way
lliere were aboul U.000 men laid off the rolls, ai.d
none ot them snail come back while I am president
of tne road."
Mr. c<>rbin read a long statement, showing tlie
nature ot coal mining ulcerations, to prove that coal
was ready a manuiaclured product, and the ?-x- .
penses attending its production were very mu h
Increased because of tne use of valuat ? I
machinery, the waste and other incidents of tne
work of preparing It lor shipment, lie quoted |
n/ures to snow that the Reading Coal aud iron
company has only received since lnsl, ou au
average 'J3 cents a Ion net for t oal, and said that
no owner of coal land would lease his properly al i
a royalty of 'J'i cents a ton.
'Ihe committee discUsaed the question of going
to ihe i oal regions to personally investigate, and
Mr. corbin leuder>-d a special train, which Was
however, courteously declined, 'ihe committee
then took a recess until ?? o'clock.
Ilia His I'aprr .Hill al North U'ilbra
bam. tloM,. Humi d this tlornliiy.
North Wilikiuam, Mass., Feb. lft.?The exten
sive works of th" Collins Paper Manufacturing
c ompany caught lire this morning. The tire was
disco v. rci at :t a. in. In the nfth story, where ihe
storage department Is located. The flames soon
spn-aa to ihe elevator shaft, and tbeu made rapid
progress The village l? wimoul adequate nre
protection, and aid from sprin,'Qeld was a-iked.
Aboul 4 :'!U a steamer arrived by soeclal
train. By this luue, however, the dames
had become master of the situation, and
the main part of the factory was ..oorned.
All that coul l be done was lo Use every precaution
to save adlaceul structures w ulch were . he nomes
of a large number oi tne operatives, who will lie
thrown out of emplo>ii>eut. ihe large factory
was equipped Willi automatic sprinklers lu the
Olth blory. but Ihcy lal.ed to work. lli? loss will
be heavy. The ma n building was 'J00 feet long,
tui wide, and five stories high, and had large ex
tensions. 11 was built ol br.ck, and contained
luany thousand dollars' worth of machinery, some
ot which may lie my d. At lOo'cloc* the Ure was
not un.ler control, and additional steamers were
tel graphed tor.
A I.OSH or A qfARTKlt or A MI 1.1.tow.
The s.ru< ture c .nt lined a large mock oi finished
pujier ready lor shipment, l nls Is tullrely con
?>imed. I'U' works turuNlied c-mplo meni to'joo
<neratlves, awl was p acllcally the only industry
In town, its enpa. lty was about leu tons of
flnl-he-l p:iper i? r day. *l ne controlling Interest
luthenriuis wnei h) congressman Win. Uhitiug.
of Hoivoke. The nre 1^ s>lp|Kmed lonave ixvn caus< <i
by sitontaneoiia coini?i?non. The ioas is estimated
at f' ?o.lKfl; lusiii-d in N>-\? Kngland mutual com
patii.'s foe about $:!?*?,mm, \.any oi lhe employes
Lave vs.liable articles siored In ihe factory, which
ihcy were utiabte to save.
MofTRRtu If U. i.V-1 In nve.-iory building or.
cu. teo by l?Usla>e 11 Ka\re. wnolcs.ile hardware,
was burned l isllilgnt. 'I he loss Is fl40,000. Ihe
aalixin of Alvlla I> nntng, adjoining,w as uiso batil>
< hath am, I int., r en. l.k?Irwlns' cooper shop
and ihe machine sho s and toundry of McKeogh x
Tn.iier were burm-.l luls moruing. The loss is
a.-T iion: iiisur.iue- H.O0O.
Mu i bko"E. ??nt., 1 ? u l.K-coombsand Mlillgan's
iiiocLs were burned list iiU'ht. The loss is (1.*,000;
li.-uranee $T,ow.
The Kin - wf Munrmkurt III.
Behi-'n. Feb. 1.1.?The king of Wunemtjurg Is
nerloual I". Vo" werder will leave on
Tuesday fc'eat tor St. Peter .burg. He wiU be en
trusted* ?u a special mission.
rh?* IHrw Ueranii tlililar) law.
Berlin Keb. i\?<?:tl? tal mldtarj n-gulatl ins
hue been Issued, wnica provide lhat und r lue
new law the landaear will no longer be divided
Iklo ngalcnu and Oat tail i.i . Instead Of luese
there Will b?Ri?attailon dl-irlctH divided according
to terrl ory, W nil h will be ilir -cliy aeoendcni on
tae tutaniry bflga^es inrou.Uoul lue cm, ire.
Tn V. S. S. Kipmc arrived at St. Vincent to-day.
about On* Hundred people attended the Presi
dent's receptloy to-day.
The Fisheries Conpikees met at 12 o'clock U>>
A mono thi Presidents Callers To-dat were
Senators Daniel and Kenna, Representatives Fel
ton, Bynnm, Landes, llolman, I>o kery, Norwood,
Jones (Ala.), Wilson (Minn.), Lynch, Howard, T. J.
Campbell, Smith (Ariz.) and Hooker, Gov. Ross
(New Mex.) anduov. Swineford and commissioner
Thi Michigan Congressional Election.?The
latest returns from the election in the nth con
gressional dlstr ct of Michigan yesterday, show
mat Seymour, republican, has a majority of 2uO
over Breen, democrat.
To ?? Put Oct op Commission.?The Secretary
of the Navy to-day dlrecied that the U. S. S.
Iroquois be put out of commission. She is now
lying at the Mare Island navy-yard, California.
Count Arc* Valley Succeed* ^Ir. Von
It was learned at the state Department this
afternoon that Count Arco Valley has been deslg- >
nated by tue German government to succeed Mr.
Von Alvensieben as minister to this country. The
new minister was formerly consul general in
The Blair Education BUI.
The friends of the Blair educational bill are con
fident of success when the nual vote shall be
reached though the Indications .are the majority
fort hit measure will not be so large as in the
lastconcrss. In the senate of the 4?th Con
k'ress the bill passed by a vote of 3d to tf.
Of those who then voted for the bill all are now In
the senate except Messrs. conger, Jackson, Logan,
MahoDe, Miller, of New York, and Van Wyck. The
senators wuo then recorded themselves against
the Blair bill were Messrs. Cockrell, Coke, Frye,
Gray, Hale, Harris, Ingalis, Jones of Nevada,
Maxey, Plumb, and WUsou of Maryland.
With the exception of Mr. Maxey these
are all in the Senate now. Persous who have made
something of a canvass assert that there will be
thirty-four senators recorded against the bill, but
friends of the measure tay the opposition Is not so
strong as that.
The Plumb amendmeut to the Blair bill was i
voted down by 48 to 22, which was a test vote,
showing a two-thirds majority In favor of the pas
sage of the bill.
Capitol Topics.
The House elections committee to-day decided
the McDuDle-Davidsoo case in favor of the latter,
the sitting member. Thi* decision was reached by
a strictly parly vote.
The bill reported favorably in the senate to-day
by Mr. Krye from th- foreign relations committee
provides for an International marine conference in
Washington to devise a better system of signaling ,
and other methods for the greater safety of ves
sels at sea. The President Is authorized to Invite
all maritime nations to send representatives to the 1
In conformity with the recommendation of At- I
torney-General Garland the House committee on
appropriations will submit an amendment to
the urgent deficiency bill appropriating $!K>,000
ton the support of ("nlted Stales prisoners.
The House committee on territories considered
to-day questions relating to the admission as states
of Dakota* Montana,Washington and New .Mexico.
11 was decided to formulate an omi.lbus enabling
act for -he four territories, and the preparation of
the till was referred to a subcommittee consisting
of Messrs. Springer, Mansur, Hayes, strubie and
Symes. The geuiiemcn whi meet tor the purpose
on Saturday.
It win be about two weeks before the committee
appointed to Investigate the Government Printing
Oillce b; gin holding ihelr sessions.
Representative Tarsnt y, of Michigan, who Is 111
at Providence Hospital, is much better to-day and
expects to be out soon.
The number of Senators present at the delivery
of tlio.pr tyer to-day dwindled to len?six republi
cans and four democrats.
A resolution directing the architect of the Capi
tol lo submit a plan for lighting the en:lr ? capliol
building by electricity has been adopted by the
!tlateilali for Permit Work.
The First Controller has rendered an opinion
that, the provisions of the act of March a, 1HK7
(24 Stat., 073), in regard to the appropriation "for
materials for permit work" in the District of
Columbia, require that "the cost of labor for the
Improvement and repair of alleys and sidewalks"
shallJln-ilty be paid by the owner of the "abutting
property," and thus payment may be maoe by the
owner to ihe commissioners of the District In any
one of three modes, to wit: First, by a deposit of
said cost with the Commissioners, upon an esti
mate, befote the Improvement, Ac., Is made;
second, by a like de|K>sii after the Improvement,
<?c.. Is mad'*, and third, by enforcement of the lien
mentioned In th" act, after tlie improvement, 4C?
Is made. He iiirtner holds that, in whichever ot
these three mo les the pa>ment Is tlnally made by
such owner, the act contemplates, that sai l cost
ot Ijbor "shall first be paid by the Commissioners
out of advances from the appropriation for
maierlals for permit work," to be accounted for as
0 her advances, and that the payments deposited
with the commissioners by sal l owners, or
collected from lilm, must be by them
deposited with the United states Treasurer,
to be covered In to the credit of thj ai>
proprlitlon from which the advance was made,
to reimburse tue same. This practice will secure
an accounting for dlsburements ror "cost of lab or,"
aud ror amounts depo-lied with or collected by the
Commissioners ou account of same.
DUtrict liovernmi'iit Affair*.
The Commission'rs nave addross?-d tue following
letter to senator chas. T. Maridersou In retereuce i
to the memorial bridge: "Tue Commissioners of
the District ol coluuioia have the honor to submit
the following comments on Senate bill No. lito,
'authorizing the Secretary of War to have aii Iron
brMge coastlucied Iroin the Naval Observatory
grounds across the Potomac river to the Arlington
esia.e,' wulcn has beeu referred t<> them ov you for
their views. The proposed location ol this bridge
Is about haif way between th- Aqueduct and Long
bridges. It would supply a decldcj need in giving
a conv< nient and accessible passage way across
the Potomac. The Long bridge is Inconveniently
locateii for wagon travel and Is occupl d as a rail
road bridge. The Aqueduct br.lge Is at the ex
treme western end ol the city, and Is not In tne
line of convenient travel. Front ihe sou hern end
ot the proposed bridge all roads leading irgio a
could be readily reached. Tue const ruction ot a
bridge at this po.nt ot sufficient height to admit
1 i.e fre" passage of vessels Is considered very de- j
Sirable. Tue commissioners cousiaer a draw bridge
at tnis point very objectionable."
The commissioners have written to Chairman
II tnphill In relation to tue qtiestl ms at Issue be
tween tue District and Samuel Mr nig, that Senator
Faulkner, to whom the case has be -n reierred, has
been furnished with all the nece-sary data In the
case, and tnat it would be incouvcnlent to furnish
a duplicate or said data, but will endeavor to do It
if the committee Insists.
The Commissioners have written to ? lialrrann
Heuiphill.of the committee for the District or Co
lombia, acknowledging Hi' receipt of a copv of It.
H. bid 4T."iH, "To amend an act io restrict the
ow uershlp of real estate lu the territories io Amer
ican clti/eus, a.c.. approved March 3, 1887," and
have replied that as the bill relates to a question
of natl >nalpolicy, the advisability of which has
been publicly and thoroughly ulscu.-sed, tue Com
missi .ucrs say they douot their abil ty tocon
trloute any additional light on the subj ct that
could be of service to the committee or congress.
collector coon reports (.'*>, htu..'El collected In the
mouth of January. The collections for Uie same
Uiontu last y ear were
Secretary Endicott is In receipt of a letter from
the District commissioners suggesting that the
(. nlted states shotid pay for the repairing of 17th
street, iroin Pennsylvania avenue to New York av.
enue. 1 ne cost Is estimated at fl 4.710.4)1.
President Mcllhenny, of the Washington Gas
light < oiupany, having ask d permission of the
Commissioners to build a wb <rt extending from
their property on Eastern Branch io the channel,
the application h.ts twen referred to Secretary En
dicott for his approval.
Tue Commissioners have transferred A. M. Lam
bert from the waier dlvl Jon to the sewer division
at a compensation of SI,200.
The coiiiiulsHlouers iu unlr report respecting the
money extended by the District In defending the .
suits against Samuel strong, say It- toots up to i
$lti,SH4.U.'i. [
1 ue commlssionars have written to Dr. Klein
srhm.dt, secretary board of surgeons police aud are
department D. C., that their oi.Ject in lnstiiuitng
the examination of disniiled lireuien was to obtain
thctr n lining as to the pnseut physical condition of
tue parties subjected to such examination. The
com.nlssto.iers direct that such Information be
furnisli'il at the earliest possible moment.
A p rtuil w .s issued to-day by the building In
spector ioc. A. l.euiao io bund four brick dwell
ings at 1701 t'11707 10th street, northwest, at a
cost oi t io,ooa _
liocal Motes.
To^lay, in the Police Court, Campbell Carrlng
tou, for Henry Miller and Fredeilck BlackweiL
cuarged witn violating the podcy law, pleaded
gull y and paid a line ot (.no .n each case.
? ?eorge Jones, tue colored boy charged with
sirik.ng Saflmei Skiuner on the head vuhu atone
on Hi n siree. southae t a lew days ago, was lined
*?"> or i.? days lu Jail, In tho Puilce Court this
Walter H ady was arrested yesterday by sergeant
Truuneil, on a charge of disorderly conduct and
breaking a pane of glass In house No. 17UU Pean
s> ivHm i avenue northwest. Tuis mo. nlug, in the
Police Cou t, ue turteited $1.1 collateraL
'1 o-day a bill for divo.ee was died by J as. H.
Caton froai Anule M. caton, who re ides In We?i
W aahiugtou. 'i he papers were withdrawn.
t.tVM Mejrniour Over 7iM> .najorlty.
MASqc. tte. Aitca., Feb. I.\ -Th latest summing
up Ai yv s.eruay s congressional tight gives bey
uiour tne ?1 cuon by a m.joruy of a Utile over
i oo. Tius is as vloae as can be estimated.
The President and Mrs. Cleveland devoted two
hours last, evening to the reception ot the public.
The White House was made aa attractive aa flow
ers. plants, lights, music and the presence ot Mrs.
Cleveland and (our Cabinet ladles oould render it.
The decorations were unusually profuse. Mrs.
Cleveland wore a princesse robe of ruby plush, the
body and skirt trimmed with bronze gold passemen
teries. The sleeveless body was cut square in front
and pointed at the back, and In the front a diamond
necklace was festooned and caught with diamond
[lu-. mlks Bayard wore white satin draped with
china crepe, and a triple necklace ot pearls; Mrs.
Falrchlid wore white satin trimmed with lace and
garnished with bows and ends of white satin rib
bon, and she wore a pearl pendant suspended from a
wiilie ribbon about lier neck; Mrs. Whitney wore
a splendid dress of w hite satin brocade, the bodice
low and sleeveiess, and edged with a broad scarf
of yellow satin covered with gold beaded lace,
and in it s-he wore three dl.tmond ornaments, but
neither nbbon nor necklace about her throat.
Mrs. Dickinson wore a becoming toilet of French
gray lanle, with the bodice of velvet in the same
shade, cut out In a shallow square at the neck,
edged with lace; the sleeves were long.
Hack of the line were secretary and Miss Florence
Bayard and M.ss Louise Bayard, (ten. Kosecrans,
Ml?s Thompson, Miss Folsoin, Miss WUlard, Mr.
David Dudley Field, Mrs. Dudley Field, Mr. and
Mrs. Horatio Seymour, jr., guests of Secretary
Falrchild; Mr. Timothy Campbell, CoL and Mrs.
Lamoui, Mrs. John M. Wilson, Marshal and Mrs.
A. A. Wilson, Miss Waller, Mr. Edward Cooper, of
New York, tne countess Esterhuzy and her guest,
Mrs. lilcks Lord, of New York. The latter
was the bright particular star of the eve
ning, as her dispta} 01 diamonds was one of the
finest s<?en here this season. Her dress was a
decolette princesse of black and white striped
sat in, the corsage edged with black lace. About
her neck she wore three necklaces, one of soli
taires, another of circlets of diamonds,
and a third had pear-shaped pendants that
fell to the edge of her dress. Tnere were
diamond butterflies at the back ot her
dress and diamond epaulets on her shoulders, sue
wo.e diamond bracelets and earrings. The tlrst
to pay their respects to the President were a few
Invited guests, who were collected in the red par
lor, and tuey immediately passed behind the llue.
Then col. Wilson began presenting the names of
the great company, whose farthest limit rested
out on Pennsylvania avenue. No time was wasted
by th se peopie, wno had come to see Mrs. Cleve
land and the White House, In putting up wraps
in the boxes with which the state and private
dliilug-rooms were tilled. They walked about and
looked at all tuey saw with their wraps and over
coats upon tlieir backs or over their arms. Mrs.
Cleveland gave them ner most cordial greeting,
whlcu carried thein out of the blue room in per
leci Indifference to the other ladles who were there
togivelhein greeting. These ladles soon found
tueir ollice a sinecure, and secretary Whitney and
Col. Lauiont devoted themselves to re.ievlng the
monotony of tne situation, snortly after 11 o'clock
the receiving party passed up stairs to their weil
earned supper, the band played "Home, sweet
Home," and the curtain fell upon the olllclal social
season ot 18XH.
Mrs. Whitney goes to-day to New York.
Mrs. Townsenu gave a large party last evening
in the house or her father, Mr. Wm. L. Scott.
Mrs. Palmer has adopted the day 01 K street,
and yesterday ho d a very large reception. She
was assisted by Mrs. Duffi.-ld, Mrs. Hetherton, and
Miss Harrison. Salads and confectionery were
served In the back drawing room.
Mrs. coyle and Mrs. E. K. Ooldsborough were
assisted yesterday by Miss Van Vechten, of Al
oany, who Is theli guest. Mrs. Coyle wore a hand
some dress of black velvet, .Mrs. Goldsborough was
Hi claret velvet and brocade, and Miss Van Vecu
teu wore dark blue velvet. Miss Van Vecht n will
remain here for a fortnl ht, wuen she goes to New
York to visit Miss Kose Elizabeth Cleveland.
Mrs. and Miss Sowden, Mrs. and Miss Bullock,
and Mrs. and Miss Billings held a pleasant recep
tion yesterday afternoon. Mrs. Sowden wore
black velvet and en .utiliy lace; Miss Sowden,
black moire aud poika-dolted bUc* net; Mrs. Bui
lock, oid rose m are; Miss Bullock, white albatross
clotn and yellow ribbons; Mrs. Bniliijs. black
moire aud jet passementerie; aud Miss Billings,
pink silk, draped with Spanish lace. (Jihers as
sisting were mrs. Cocnrau, -Mrs. Parks, the Misses
Bahknead, Miss Colluau, Miss \V llltcoino, MlsS
Aiken, MlsS colt re II, and Miss Eyre.
Miss Lilian McChesney, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. John D. McChesney, and Mr. Chas. Gurl'-y
Stolt were married yesterday afternoon, at 4:30,
at the New York Avenue Presbyterian church, Dr.
Barilett officiating. The ushers were Mr. E. 11.
Suusicr, Mr. U. E. Latimer, Mr. Ross B. Broaduead,
Mr. Lewis clephane, Mr. E. A. Fuller, aud Mr. Sam
uel sioll. They wore favors of Llies ot the valley,
] and preceded tue bride up the aisle wuen sue en
tered upon tne arm of her falher, who gave her in
marriage. The groom and his best man, Mr. Chas.
L. Ourley, met tue bride at the pu.plt ralis. Sue
wore a traveling dress of gobe.lu biue cloth,
trimmed with black braid, and a bonnet to match
trimmed with sieeL she carried a bouquet of
lilies ot the valley. Mr. and Mrs. Stolt left for the
Noria immediately after the service.
Mrs. Hicks Lord, In black velvet and sables,
made calls yesterday with the Countess Ester
Mr* Wm. F. Mattlngly, who lias been an In
valid all the winter, is much Improved In health,
but is not yet able to receive or return visum
Mrs. J. P. Jones gave an enjoyable tea yester
day from 4.to T. sue received In awatteaugown
of white cloth, with augel sleeves and back of
cloth and pale blue plush petticoat, with a front
of wnlte lace, she was assisted by Mrs. Hutchin
son, Mrs. Ball, Miss Van Buren, Miss Condi t Smith,
Mrs. and Miss Chapman, MlssEieunor Foster, Miss
Mary Sherman. Miss Ivrs. Miss Gorhnm, Mrs. L?
Breton, Mrs. Bolton, and Mr>j. McLaughlan. The
pleasant rooms were thronged during tue rec- p
llon hours with well-known society people. Tea
and coffee were served In the library, and cham
pagne punch and all ihc delicacies of the season
were dispensed In the dining-room.
Mrs. Spinola held her closing reception of the
seeson at t he Arlington yesterday. She was ns
slsied by Miss Cora Douglas ..of Brooklyn, nnd Miss
Whliford. Mrs. Spinola will soon Join lieu. Splnoia
at iloi springs, Arkansas, wuere he has been de
tained ail this session by illness from taking his
seal In congress.
Mr. W. J. McGee and Miss Anita Rosalie New
comb, daughter of Prof, si.-non Newcomb, were
married at noon yesterday at the residence of lue
bride's parents, lliAl P sireet, by Rev. David IL
Kiddle. ? .
Mrs. Flora Adams Darling, who has received
with Mrs. Poindexter Dunn on Tuesdays, will be
at lioiue Informally on Fridays, at 1UU7 N street,
for t lie rest of the season.
Mrs. Sabln wld not rec lve to-morrow.
Miss Barton, of Khode Island avenue, gave a tea
yesterday afternoon, assisted by Miss Bessie Jen
kins and Amelia Dell, or Baltimore.
Miss Mollle Hodges Is visiting her sister, Mrs.
Thomas R. Y'ouug, ai No. 2800 P street.
Mrs. K. v. Belt, 1314 lOih street, gave a tea yes
terdav. The young ladles who assisted in receiv
ing were Miss Alice Wilson (lier gwst), from Havre
d Grace, Miss Bartle, Miss Becket, .vilss Bolway,
Miss sm.iu and Miss Katie Ml.son. 'Ihe tea was
s rved by .>llss Kirk wood, Mrs. Suioot, Mrs. Berth
rongand Miss F.drcnlld.
Dr. ami Mis. and MlsS Wilkinson gave a pleasant
tea at their home on K street yesterday. They
were assisted in receiving by Dr. and Mrs. Stokely,
Dr. aud Mrs. Bartlell, Major and Mrs. Wilson, Mrs.
Mcpherson, Mrs. B. J. iiail, Mrs. E. J. Ellis, Mrs,
Lewis Clepuaue, .Mrs. Dr. Sampson, MlsSCs Fowler,
Buruelt, M .son, cannon, Hatch, Jlllson, Orine,
Uou.d and Beach.
The National Rifles' Armory last evening pre
sented a brilliant scene, the occasion being a
fancy-dress ball given by Miss Wilson to her pupils
and irl'-uds. There were fully 500 guests on ihe
11 tor, besides many spectators who crowded the
A large audience assembled last evening at the
New York Avenue Presbyterian church to witness
the marriage of Mis- Mary E. Keyes to Dr. Francis
A. St. Clair. The bridal pai ly entered the church
to Hie strains or the "Bridal Chorus," rroin Lohen
grin. The brldev dress was white satin, with a
veil oi tulle, wnlch was confined by a wreath of
crange blossoms. Sue carried a bouquet of La
France rones, and a large fan or while ostrich
leathers, which was taslenej at her waist by a
diainou i broocu, the gift of the groom. The
groom was attended by Messrs. Wm. McNelr, K.
T. I Uouipfciu. 8. K. Fiyun, aud W. C. Haines, The
ceremony was perrorined by the Rev. W. A. Bart
let t. utter which ihe bndai party returned to the
residence of tue bride's mother, wuere congratula
tions of the lmme .late family anl friends were re
ceived, utiil atlci ward Mr. and Mix SU Clair left
for the Norih on their wedding Journey.
Dr. and Mrs. Sowers gave tuelr first "at home"
In their bcauiliul new house on New Tork avenue
last num. and the dmlrabiy arrauged rooms
were luroaged from 9 tlil midnight with the
friends of tue ..ost and hostess, supper was served 1
in the looms of the east Wing. Tue table looked
very pretty, the center belug filled with a huye
bed of red tulips. Tue musicians were stationed
In the dining room, where same of the younger
guests Indulged lu dancing.
Mrs. Sherman and .Mrs. Mccormick, wives of the
New York aud Pennsylvania Representatives, as
sisted by Mrs. corilss aud Miss Ryan, their guests,
held tueir iasi reception at lue Poruand yesterday.
caLers making the rounds met a cordial welcome
iroin tueae lauics.
The hop given by the guests ot the Rlggs House
last evening to their friends was a ouarming suo
ce*s, and a ntiliig unale u> the social seaaou. Tue
i om ael apart lor dauclug was appropriately
decorated with Amerlcau flags, ana the coau
of-arms of tue different stales adorned the Wails
In a coutitiuous circuit, in IujOM' ot ihe memoers
and senators luere from tue different stales. West
Virginia, Vlrgin.a, aud Georgia were especially
honored lu this respect. At U! o'clock a bountiful
repast was served. Tue floor was ably managed
o> Lieut Lucieu Young aud Mr. McGUL There
were over two huudied guests pi menu
Tue capital Bicycle c'luo held its monthly entor
taiiuueui last evening whlcu was greatly enjoyed
uy all present. Mr. John J. Cuickenug, who was
tue lecturer oi ihe evcuing, read an extremely In
teresting paper on tue pleasures of Wheeling
l urougu Germany, after whicn the floor was cleared
lor dancing.
A Fine Knbarkau K evidence.
The building inspector io-.lfc' issued a permit to
Gardner G. Hnbbard to build a two-story and attic
frame house on the Woodiey Lane road, immedi
ately east and adjoinlug the President's place, at
a cost of $30,000. Tho builders as well as the
architects are Boston uien, and wuen Unistied tue
iMUse will make oue of the Quest suburban resi
dences in the District. The place Is to be kuown
as "Twin oaks," aud operations lor buildup will
commence at once.
G kantkd a Drvoacs pro* His Wirm.?To-day
J udge cox made a decree u( divorce in lue case of
ii. T. crawiord agt. Mary craw lord on the ground
oi des^ rtiou aud lundeiiiy, cc. ihey were married
Ataicu 1, 1S77, and he cUaiged as above, and that
wiu>e Ui-'y were livlug apart she gave birtu to two
children. MX. H. c. ctogeii appeared for oorn
A Report PimmMm the Caamiilee of
pointed ?r m nssttttwt pmposed n flack or
When the Citizens' Committee of One Hundred
met last night Mr. Reginald Feudal!, president of
the committee, left the chair, and, as chairman of
the select committee appointed to consider and
report upon the president's address, submitted a
report. "I deemed it my duty," he said, "on ac
cepting a re-election to the presidency of the com
mittee of one Hundred to call attention to the
existing plan of managing District affaire, about
which, it Is useless to say, there is rnucu and
growing dissatisfaction. To my mind this plan
has outlived lis usefulness, and must be modi Bed
or abandoned. The people of the District must
have tome voice in some way In levying and dis
tributing the millions collected from them an.
nually by taxation. Either the present lorm ol
governing the District must be modined and im
proved. or some other will lake Its place most
prooably Involving unlimited suffrage. Knu-'rtain
lng this view I Invited your attention to the sub
ject, and you ordered Its consideration by a ?oe
clai committee X am directed by that committee
to submit the following report
The report was in the form of a printed pamphlet
containing -ja pages and entitled "A Proposal to
Improve the Present Form <t Government." It
fires a historical sketch of the inception, succes
sive phases of development, and present condition
of the District, laying stress upon matters that
tne committee regarded as strengthening their ar
guments, and especially upon utterances in eariy
debates by Congress, to show thatKepreseniatlves
then In congress understood that In time the Dis
trict would nave a representative in Congress, and
In the meantime a local legislature. The report
concludes as follows: "Your committee does not.
In view or the peculiar condition of the District oi
Columbia and Its relation to Congress, ask that its
citizens shall have at present the right of unllm
suffrage in ?'ie management of local
affairs. Suffrage ctyi hardly be regarded as a nat
ural right, since It is generally restricted by sex
anil age, place of nativity, and length ot residence,
and mental and moral condition; and In thisceun
trj, in communities oi great age, and of successful
exi>erieuce, it has been further limited to those
Si?"01 PJ?l*r nativity, and length of resl
' 4. '"cntal and moral condition, who can
read and write, and who pay a direct tax, whether
per capita or upon property, for the support of
their own local government, so that ignorant,
c"e? rtUl' criminal persons, whocan
neither be relied upon for deiense or support of jrov
eminent, should be excluded from such privilege
Kecogni/.ing the duty of all good citizens to as
slst cheenulii In such plans or local government
Congress in its limli 'd rield of experimental
territory may see hi to impose, so that each ex
Eml'SfE1 "??J have a fair trial, your committee
sun believe-, that an improvement may be made
lu the present local government, and that Con
gresa ougii-, in the interests of jfuod irovernment.
to improve tne existing plan ana give the District
one Commissioner instead oi thiee, as at present.
Ji?n e"r. .of?,a bc',ter discharge of executive
2.. .. ? 4.Commissioner should be appointed
b> the President and confirmed by the Meu.iu).
Congressshou.d also autnorlze a councilor suita
ble citizens to be appoluied by the Presl lent and
confirmed by the Senate, eacu to be a resident or
that portion or the District irotn which he is ap
pointed, und sufficiently numerous to know or
conveniently l.arn the wishes or the Immediate
constituents, and tnls number your cotiimiue
bedeves should be fifteen. This council should
o tue legislative brauci or the District govern
ment, and suould have the nr.klug or the local
laws, ordinances, or regulations to >ucn an extent
as Congress may prescribe. The Commissioner
siiouid uave tue appointment of all lue lmerlor
onicers subject to continuation by a majority of
tue council, and shouid nave a veto po?ver over
all legislative acts of tue council, subject to be
overruled by a two-thirds vote oi that body."'
The accompanying bill opens with a preamble
setting forth what are described as defects in the
present form of government as rollows:
1. It provides icir an executive counting of
three persons, and thus destroys that sole and
personal responsibility whlcn is tfce chief guar
antee of a l itnitii exercise or executive powers
and a prompt performance of executive duties.
It provides th.it one of the.^e p^rsous snail be
an o nicer ot the felted states Army, whose entire
education and experience have been lu the line of
military rule?a rule always despotic, and ifen
er.d.y odious when applied 10 civil affairs.
?I. It domes the commission with many Import
ant legislative powers, and these are Increasing by
reason of the Inability or Congress to consider and
enact ail the ordinances Qfcvaaary for a i^rowinif
municipality; and this Joinder of legislative and
executive lunctlons Is m violation of a runda
mental principle of good government, and has
worked harm lu practice.
4. The commission is too large for executive
duties, and Ux> small for legislative duties- it
owes no allegiance to the tax-payers; It Is not lu
harmony with a majority ot the people; and It
fal?a to be lulormed oi tueir needs.
The bill provld.es lor the api>oiutment by the
President, withlu twenty days after tue approval
or this act, of one person from civil lite to be com
missioner or the District of Columbia, such com.
inissiouer to have the qualifl atlom, take the
Oath, receive the compensation, give bond and
have the official term now provided by law for a
Commissioner appointed from civil lire. This
Couiaiissioner suaii exercise all tne powers ana
authority now vested by law in the Hire- Com
missioners except as limited and provided by this
bhl, and shall be subject to all restrictions and
limitations and duties now linjiosed upon the
? Commissioners. The President ahail also ap|>o!nt
I annual.y nrteeu persons, oue from each or the
"tie ii council districts designated lu th ? bill, wuo
shall be citizens of the Lulled 8,ales, rive years
actual r si lems or the District, and tor two years
actual residents of tue council district f.om widen
they aie appointed. Tuesc Ofleeii persons suail
constitute "i"ue Council of tue Dldrlct of Col
umbia," and e.>cu suali receive compensation at
the rate Oi ?:?X) per annum. The legislation oi
this council suall be subject to repeal or mooiUca
tlon by congress.
Thecouncll Is given legislative power over the fol
lowing aubjccts: Assessments, taxes, health, abate
ment of nuisances, plumbing, bul.dlngs, police, lire,
regulation of business and local traffle, wharves
licenses, regulation or the liquor irarilc, charities!
puollc schools, and officers and employes aud
salaries. No increase of salaries and no salary for
any new office created by the couucll shall tak>
effect until Congress shall nia*e appropriation
therefor, aud the council shall have no power to
appropriate money or contract debts lor any pur
pose whatever, ihe Commissioner Is given the
veto power, but a bill may be p ssed over his veto
by a two-third vote of me council. The oooncll
Is charged with the duty oi preparing lor submis
sion through the commissioner to the secretary of
the Treasury ihe annualestimate s and statements
showing the work proposed to be undertaken, and
to prepare for submiss.ou to Congress sucn bills or
proposals lor legislation as they shall deem neces
sary or expedient to bring to the attention 01 Con
gress. 'Hie neads of vailous dep ruaents of the
District government are to be appoint -d by tue
Commissioner aud continued by tne council. Pro
vision Is made for the organization of the couucll
ihe president of wuicii b.*iy shall act as com
missioner in the absence, tfickness, or Inability or
the commissioner. The bounds of the nfieen
council districts are also defined, eleven ot tuetn
covering the territory lncluued now in me city oi
Washington, another comprising West Washing
ton, aud i he other three covering the county. All
meetings of the council shall be open to the public.
The fourth section of the bill says: "That the
President of the United States may, from time to
tune, detail an officer from the Kugineer Corps ot
! the Army of the United States, who shall, subject
to the su,?ervisiou and direction or the C'omuds
sloner, have charge or the work of construction,
repair, and improvement of streets, avenues,
alleys, water department works, sewers, roads,
bridges, and all other engineering work of the
District oi Columbia. And the President may also
detail not more than two other officers from s dd
corps to act as assistants to said Chief engineer."
Another sectlou provides, '-That from and alter
the approval ol ihis act the designation, Vuy or
Washington.' shall include all the terr.tory withlu
Xhe limits of the District of Columbia ceded by
Uie state of Mary.aud."
The report was signed by HejlnaldF endall,chair
man, Talliaadge A. Lambert, Oea W. Dyer. Wui.
C. Dodge, Ooo. White, John h_ Ueireli, 1 nomas J.
Luitren, W. il. A. Woruiiey, Jos. o. Waters, J. or
luoud Wilson, W. hcoit smiiu, John L. Vo^t, ciias.
K. llovey, aud stepucn M. oolJeu.
Mr. Kendall stated that all the members of the
committee nad sign -d and approved the report ex
cept Mr. Jesse B. Wilson, who, It was understood,
would present a minority report. In behaif ot me
committee he moved mat tue report be made th<5
special order for a meeting of tue committee two
Woeks hence. The committee suggested that
meantime copies of the report and bill be supplied
to the ideal Associations foi consideration by them.
There was at once manifested a desire on the
pail ot several members of the committee lor a
lurtuer time for consideration, several motions
were made. >ir. Strasburger proposed a delay or
three vvee^s, and Mr. Oyster proposed four weeks.
Mr. John T. Mitchell moved to postpone the cou
slueiauoL or me report until the 1st or May.
tVoin his standpoint, ne said, lie could not see me
end or mis; he did not sec enough In this proposed
change to pay tor tne expense and trouoie that
wouid be Involved In an endeavor to secure its ap
proval by Congress. /
Mr. We Her said it was Intimated that there
would be a minority report, and he thought the
locai associations suould have opportunity to con
sider both reports.
Mr. Jesse B. Wilson said the report and bill was
Anally perfected the night before about 8 o'clock,
lie had not seen the bill until a week ago, and
time had not been affortfed him to go over the
wuol. subject and miue a repoit. He had reserved
the rl^ui to make a minority report, but me ma
jority said that he suouid make It that night.
Mr. teudall expressed regret liuil Mr. Wilson
should uave made sue a a statement. Tne princi
ples Involved in me majority report weie agreed
upon at a meeting upward of one month ago.
Finally me bid was put into print. Iiwassuo
iditt d to Air. wiisou at a meeting a week ago, aud
lie men raised tue point that mere waa no quorum
present. Monday night was tbe Unit Ume that
Jlr. vviison nad Intimated a desire to ?"*'"? a
minority report. The special committee, ne said,
did not ask or want a vote mat nig at, out lnslateu
on me motion to consider the report two weeks
lioui that night.
"May 1 ask, said Mr. Mitchell, "how long this
committee ku had this matter uader con-uden
"Tney tave bad It under consideration about six
answereu Mr. .-luueU.
..itt wwu- repeated Mr. Mitchell, -and now
J?** propose that the people of the District or
Columbia shall consider It In two weeta. That *
not fair.-'
Mr- Dean Mid that by the next afternoon
every man to W asbittirton thtt bad any iui^iwf
in this matter would have the provisions of
the bill, and by the next day they would have
given all the consideration to It tnat the* would
evw give. He thought two weeks' time was sum
oppose# to "?ail*oadivo" it raaoros.
Mr. oyster thought the minority report should
go to the local associations with the majority re
port. "What's the necessity," he asfced, "of rail
roading this through to-night? ho lar as 1 am
concerned my mind la made up. I am ready 10
rote to-night."
"The c5'?f fas no doubt of It," said Mr. W. C.
uooge, who was temporarily in the chair.
atit.^?>Kl^r collUt'je'l. however. that the oon
? , "Pr^e'i'cd had a right to sufficient
time for the consideration of this matter.
??['. h()r augifested that at Uie meeting two
ZSm " members wanted further Uuie, it
S!?f?j?IT*,,w* The *lect committee, he SHld.
PttrP"**' 'o force this measure upon
nni^M?1 ?* ?'ie Hundred, but, at the same
{ir.?.'.. 7.1? . Dot that the report should
at an upon"" ael'ye" 80 Uert cuul<1 n0 act-lon
hu't asked what was to become of the
Minnut JLTtEST" Ho insisted that both reports
should go before the local associations.
tinn ?,!Vi!S,tJLon waa t*Jtr'n 0Q Mr. Mitchell's mo
motimftSMS unU1 "v. and it was lost. a
was also lost teDWU;* to postpone lor four weeks
moUon to take up the re
port lor acUoo two weeks benc6 w&m dul it was
ijrint,ii1i'rti1frtiJl,l>i0n shouW ftave permission to
Pr'nL and distribut" nia minority report.
^J.1801'stated that he. would nave his report
^Ur PrtbKtf as soon km possible.
of 40 to ?! mouon was then carried by a rote
Chairman Kendall had the temporary secretary,
sir. T. siobo Farrow, read the letter from Keprel
sentatlve Brewer, of the House District committee,
inviting members or the committee to appear be
fore llie District committee and urge their oblec
w? the Woodley Lane brliige hTd passed yes
terday b> the Mouse, aud the correspondence that
^?V,i0Wed- liUs Was the bill agaln?t which a
resolution was adopted at, tne last meeting of the
Committee of one imndred.
?v,w,1.ke'ifaan 841,11 lie wati ,hP mpmber of thecom
m.ttee who had spoken of the bill as a Job of the
^twuter. He said It after du>- deliberation, and
ne thought the vote or the committee showed they
were all of the same opinion, only two or three
*8? u'<*re were beyond the bridge barren
hillsides that could be bougnt for |1M an acre.
Keal estate syndicates bought It up at an advanced
price or ^i.iO or ?<00. These syndicates had gone
??,,*^Jir.a"Udra ltie region, and so far as they
could profit by tu^lr enterprise he hud no word to
say. If the** syndicates aid not nave mis land on
the market at from IVOo to tlO.OuO an acre tuey
"''.yr would have heard of tue bridge bill.
He had said It vs as a Job of the nrst water. Cer
tain ^'?n*jiis asked congress for an appropriation
or fcio.oou for a bridge, not because there was need
?. ''lt it would nelp the sale of the property.
i'e.V .!,a0Ulllbt'eulule<1 a bill to enable this
syndicate to pit upon the public this laud at an
advanced price.
*"? M(jcs.nl said he did not think the House
committee had treated the Committee or one
Hundred rainy. Tue preseut bridge, i,e insisted,
was a sound structure, as stated in tue resolution.
. 2. , ltlia tUe bridge was lu a dilapidated
condition, or tuat it was too narrow for u>e. it
was wen udaptei to an obscure country road such
as tli.it. He ual Visited the spot and ail that he
saw beyond the bridge was numberless flocks or
cro?s except Just a little way from tue bridge
were two pm.irs or posts looking like the entrance
to a cemetery.
Mr. DeLaad offered a resolution, which was re
l.rrej, appruviug the recommendations or the
Commissioners to establish swjuiintug schools.
-vr- WeLei offered a lesoiutloii tuai was adopted,
recommending tuai tne different associations shall
annually e.ect ihelr delegates and alternates to
tne representative comiui. tee or One Hundred at
their Urst meetiug lu Sjp.eiuber.
Mr. Dodge offered a resolution, as he said, at the
request 01 an outside party, providing for a com
mittee of three to cooperate tVith a similar com
mittee to be appointed on b.-half of the citizens or
tue county In tne preparation of a bill to ne sub
mi lied to Congress, to provide, nrsi, a statement
01 account by the Olsirt t autaonties bet wee u
tne couuty and the cities or \\asulngiou and
Georgetown, showing ine amount or taxi-s j
otner revenues derived from each, and also the
amount expended in the county aud the cities
respectively since 1K71; and second, proviuing
t.iat hereafter tue reveuu s or the District snail
be divided between tue county aud the eliies in
proportion 10 the amount paid by each respect
ively, separate accounts b-'lng kept, botu as to the
receipts aud expenditures in each.
The chair announced as Uie executive commit
tee to present to congress the report adopiea re
specting the location or tue city posi-orriee the toi
iowing: .Messrs. Aiu.leit, Dean, Gardner, Dawson.
Dodge, Larner, J. O. W.Ison, Biscoe, and Lee ten.
A nimini ?.lrl t'uund.
Detectives Kaff and Horue last night look from a
house or lli-fame on 1.1th street a pretty girl
seventeen years old and turned her over to
her mother. The girl is the daughter of a school
teacher who lives In Maryland not far from Haiti
more city. Three weeks ago she left the home or
her parents to attend a theater In Bait more with
a young man. After the periormance was over
sue was induced to partake of an o.sier supper li
Was a disagreeable nl.'lit, cold aud snowing, w'heu
thecoupie laced the storm to go home tu ? girl's
inuie companion suggested that theweatli r was
too bad ror them to return h une that night aud
suggested that tney stop at a hotel over nl?hl and
return home in tue tnorulng. Sae agreed, and they
p..-;sedthe nl?'ht at a hoieL ihe next inoruing.
instead or returning home, they came to this city,
where she spent a nigut witu one of her former
schoolmates. Next morning sne again met her
male companion, and they ,eft for Hlchmoud.
Meanwhil tne girl's patents were unable to learn
anything ol tue.r uuss.ng duugut r.
Baltimore was searched by the offlcers, but no
trace or her could bo rouud. After remaining in
Klchtuond about two weeks the girl was abaudoned
by her companlou. ani she returned to this cltv
Mie w 1 ndered ab ut the streets for some time and
finally raug the front door-bell at a house of prosti
tution. Sue represented iu..t she was an orphan
fiom Virginia; tuat she was twenty-lour years old
aud had o? n a school teacher, she was received
as an luiiiale of the uouse, and was there about a
week. Yesterday the girl's mother visited '.he
house of her daughter's rormer scuoolmaie here,
und learned that tier child had spent one night
there shortly alter her dls ppearance from home
The mother 1 hen sou. ht the aid or the podce and
Detectives Kali and Horne were consulted.
The mother Intended to return home last even
ing, but ihe officers assured her that If her daugh
ter was lu this city they would ilnd her before
nildulght. She det rmlned to remain, and, about
8 o'clock in the evening, the officers learned In
what house the girl was living. She was called
down stairs and, when Informed tuat she was to
r-t.urn uouie, sue tainted, and in railing hurt her
head. Three times in succession she fainted. The
officers then escorteJ her to cue llrst prec net sta
tlou, where she remained until her mother ar
rived. Tuen there Was an affecting scene. The
mother did not upbraid her child, but was glad to
know she was alive and tenderly embr iced her.
Tuls morning they returned home logether.
No arrests were mad j in the case, because t lie
girl looks much older than she reaUy Is, aud on ae
count of the story she told about her age at the
house of Ill-fame, section 4 of the act of February
la, 1885, provides: 'That any p rson who shall en
tice, d coy, place, take, or receive any female child
under tue age of eighteen years Into any house or
Ill-fame or disorderly house, for the purpose or
prostitution, or any person who, having in his cus
tody or control sucn culld, shall dispose 01 It to be
so received, or to bo received In or lor any obscene
indecent, or immoral pur|iose, exhibition, or prac
tice, shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor, and.
when convicted ihereot. shall b - subject to punish
ment by a line of not more than (1,000 or by im
prisonment for a term not exceeding ten years, or
Dixet at Last Coming.?Henry H. DLxey la at
last uoout to make Washington a visit, aud It Is
sale to say that his coming will arouse livelier an
ticipations of pleasure than would tuat of almost
any otner American actor, serious or comic.
"Adonis" will apper ut Alb*ugh'* next week, ami
the sale of seats begins at the box office to-mor
Washington Boys at Lcbioh.?At Bethlehem,
Pa., last evening the Lehign Lulverally Giee club
assisted by the Mustard and Cheese Dramatic and
Banjo and (Jultar clubs, gave an entertainment
for the benetlt of the athletic association. The
glee club sang several selections remarkably weiL
The Banjo and Guitar club played llnely and were
encored. The dramatic ciub presented *Poor Pilll
coddy" with Messrs. Morrow and Boynton, of
Wasulngton, D. C., as i'lUlcoady and Mrs. 1*1111
coddy, resp-ctively. Both did extremely well,
young Boynton acting fully up to the professional
The Artificial Stone Litigation.?In the ease of
Stuart et. al. against the Schllllnger Artificial
bioue Co. and otners, tor an injunction and ac
count, an ai.swer w*a filed yesterday. The com
eauy and Henry J. McLaughlin oeny that Peter
tuurt was the Inventor of the composition of
artificial stone used by the Schllllnger Co., and
they declare that long prior to stuart's alleged
invention artltlciai stoue pavements had been laid
in this city by J. u. Me> era, the Artindkl stoue Co.,
J. J. Schllllnger, Antonio Peiletier, and others.
Affairs in Wed WMklactra.
Funeral of Ret. Timothy Kemick.?The re
mains of Kev. Timothy Hemtck were looked ujiou
by a large number of people at the congr***
street M. P. church from 10 o'clocc yesterday
morning to 3 o'clock in the afternoon, when the
last s .d rltes were conducted by ltev. Dr. Bates,
pastor of the church, who waa assisted by Kev.
Turns Hamlin, ot tb? church 01 the Covenant,
and by Rev. Dr. J. J. Murray, president of the
Methodist Protestant conference. The eon of the
deceased, Kev. N. B. Keuilcg, of Troy, N. Y., at
tended the services, and was accompanied by four
ot his congregation. The pail-tk-arer* were:
jiessrs. Charles Welch, J. D. cathell, W. F. Sey
mour, John F. Cox, Frank Liu bey, B. IL BUnemetx.
The remains were interred at Oak Mill cemetery.
Mmb Lodgers were accommodated at tne ponce
station last night, among whom were Thomas
Martin and his son, a lad of thirteen yean.
tm Mumi e
J?<|i Cat MmIim iIm
TbUBormiac.uth. Equity court, judge ,x*
announced his decision in the caw at
******* .gain* w?.
tte Issuance of the Capital city Directory oath*
ground that It 1. an ntn^aa,
plalmmcs work), dissolving the reaimniw ZZ,
oa terms. ^
Th* court aald that tha business of publishing
directories was an open held, sod anyone had the
authority to publish one. Tha restriction .?u
that the p?rty should not take the labor or utt
predweseor. The question In th* oa*> ?*,
whether the directory of Mr. Dickon is Bubu"
tlally a reproduction or that ot Hit Boyd, on
this there was nothing to guide u>,
court excepunf the aflWmt* Those or
Measra. Boudinot and Boyd state lia,
on Februarv ?ih they went to the office .,r
the capital city Directory, and found clerks there
making use of the Boyd directory Vhto li IT
7^-7T,J!?, ?erUU affidavits showing thai lt?e
IVoyJ illrv. ton was published In Janu.trT and t im
,or lhe Dickson d.r^ uVT'ha j U*'
tTi i pnnw built prior toCtortstmaa.
and t he clerk* were then preparing Uie business
JUW 10 Insert In tti? mint part of the book
Ihe allegation or the I sen Ion of certain n-n
tlous nwuos was oeit referred to. wii?h if nn??
Ant10!?* ?Ul? ** *tron*?vKwe((vttwooapitn?
^ l?"1 MT 0>':k*>a i U'P'OV^
a lATje number of rtoTai^K and it milrht
"OSES* .-om- ? ?h'-m pte>4
sued names In tlw book without m*?
knowledge of Mr. Dickson. It wu shown
however, that there were a good manv naiueHtn
the new directory not in the old. The Question of
ror J'1? inxriion of the Icutious naicrs
with that aa ti. whether the
!hll 11 W85 Iftil'ty ot piracy, some light u
?Hiom??nOB M i?L lh* as to M. o.
Thomson. He hud been In the service of the llora
"?,*Tpn J**n> and It waa po*.
i . i-'nV.J}""0* hl* n""* <lay? employment by
treason ha may have Inserted them. HehaJUvo
J 01 an?l Itumedlately returned
to that employment, and then- names mtiai have
t?*n Inserted about that time, for the de
fendant had not then accwa to the Bovd
throw doubt on the
? kS? W 118 the complainant, and at mo t
.? proofdocs not show more th n at rang suspi
cion. To dissolve the retraining order would not
leave the complainant without remwlvbut to
gniht an Injunction would make ThTdefendan"
UMtSEESfiFZ ,u*leM. ft* w"* directories
mey decreased In value aa time advanced. He
would dissolve the rest aining order on the con
and?n>fer*th he dWpn<,,u,t r*?5er mouthy aocounu
J J n cause to the auditor to take proof,
.h..., <^M 841,1 *?** W|K* lh? filing of the bill
they hud discov red that defendant'a work waa
uilef wfi hh"" 11 directory of last year cotn
n.? hin L- present, and asked leave to amend
the crmvrtffhr" J* V1'8" 88 8180 ,he or
the copyright and ot her aew mat ter.
, ? Uuhamel stated that they would answer
the amendej bill at ouce. answer
dil^H^rt,!;?ell.(,lrecle0UM( ordPr M ?? drawn
atsson ing tae lujunct on and Klvbur the com
plainant leave to umend the
Tfc* DUtrlrt Volantoen.
ro fOKM a a. a. a. roar.
Ij?m evening a meeting or the District volun
t?er? or April. lt?;i, the "three months men - waa
held at 8t. weorge's UalL Mr. J. \v Bradbury
pivsided with Dr. J. L Adams as aecrelao'
Mr. K. J. Beall reported that Maaonlc Temple
had i>een secured tor a mass meeting to be held on
the evening or the *sth instant.
rJ?jf\ir eaocutire <xm mlttea, re.
<i-n^ < . corr<'spondeil with and met
ItT r" . , V rlngto", wliu commanded the Dl.>
^raiment or lMil.io rereremv to
. ... i /f*" au a s ,,n I"evasion. He had ac
pted the invitation, lit-would urge that con
K'lve t(".' vo""itcers a bounty of rrom fioo u>
&>00 e ch and a gold medal.
, J" ?? .^ollins? suit, E. I. Dan son K J
VV DMurrthf?EjUwl^?tl '* P "? l.uiu'er,"u.'
vv. .Murpnj, J. v%. Haines, u. m. KIql:. J. W I ans
n f'nih UoT'*? **? U-a iinon, ft. k. Cooper
w ,'""rs were elected to tuembertuin.
viit.w. offered an .iue n imcut to the coit
slltuiloii o> cliauging the name rroni "Av*> l iteil
11^^''. 10 l?efendcrs," remarking
Uat they were not veieran.> fur many ot them
were not In service for a great lengLh of Ume ^!d
the> were all properly deienders. '
Mr. Lamb aaked what had been done as to form
J* " Post of a O. A. K., and suggenteii that the
name or c. I. Hume (their old commander) snouid
be gl\eu to t he post wnen fortned.
H^iu.Mr' ^ kubani'a moUou a committee or
five ?as appointed to consider the HUblect. as fol
luid'tooyr^1" t'ul,a,lt' 8totr*ood, IXiran, Lamb.
Tker Took m Hl?e late Vlrrlala,
akd ans kow o* trial f-oa stkalinu a moms and
Two bov??Wm. Wiiaon and ( has. cammack?
were placed on trial In the criminal court this af
ternoon ror the larceny or a horac and wagon from
Kmorv E. 1/Jdge, on December 0 laat? Messrs. T.
K. Miller and T. C. Taylor appearlug for the at
tendants. Mr. Lodge testin-d that he lert the
hors.^ aud wagon tied at Center market, and next
heard or the capture near DumMes.
Several witnesses frvin Virginia teaurieu to
tne arrost, and that one of the boys s*ld that his
uncie owed him so.ue money, and he the
team, expectiu? t at the uncle would par lur
Iniorinanon as to where it was.
WT^^rtMrtant, WU**, US.med that he called
Vr. Lod^e his uncle; that he invited camraack to
take a ride wl h hltn. and then got tue team
that he only took the t. am an a prank. He denied
that he had offered the U am for sale, but said
thai he tut cd?M to come ngat back, btii me n>ad>.
irom the rains, were very muddy. He told the
people that he intended to couie back. In Alex
andria he bought two bags or corn?In the ear?lor
the horse, on the part or rt ilsouit waa U-suiled
that ue was not right In his tuliML
Li rebuttal Mr. Lodge was called and tinned
thai he hadorun heard Wilson's Utheraaytuat
the boy was not right.
A veidict of not guilty was round.
m?..B?>T.?rSROT ,K. ?* Ls??Yesterday afternoon
Benj Duff.. oiored, ag.sl sixto-n years, r -siding ai
tA slieet nortuweat, had a dinicuitv with
h-lwanl >fw.irt, a co.ore,i ooj ot thirteen "years
at th corner or loth and V streets, and th. latter
shot the rortner In tne rl,ht leg. Oneottuephy
slcans at the culldr>*ns' Hosp.tal attended DufT
and said the wound was not serious.
A Srrr I* Eqcitt.?Jerome F. Manning has m<M
a bill Inequity against Kr.incl, J.Correa, tils la 4
Dyer, Chas. A. Hannum. D. f. cook, s. r. ?jp-r
Josiual*alne, andlhe*dn>nlst "atorsor tueestate's
or Kolvrt So,ier. Enoi Mckerson ind Abbi ? JacoOs.
t 'C.?ni!*el * neiu to indorse an ilerou theXri'asurv
for V. Oin.til, recovered in the court or Alabama
t.almN.iUJ lor tue ..pp.luiuit'hl ot a trustee to
dl,tribute the money, and pay him hia cjwiuus
For the P hic.?The police hare receivM rue foi
lowtn< additional contributions for th- benefit ol
tlie p ior: Mrs. K.Uab 'I a HtUculu>ori, (Jo; Mrs. <?
fi; .Mrs. B-11, a <iu-iuill> ot pnivi.ion.i:' cash, a
uu 'nilty of clothing; Michael Clark, a sack or
flour; J. M. Buckley, a sack or dour; W. K. sal
in on I, ltn loaves breads th'-* ladies oi tne It'vis
ter s <?tn -e. Treasury l>epariaicnt, a Wiigon load
of provisions and clot.tLig.
Foi-xn ih a Wagon.?This morning in the
Criminal court, a colored bov n.iia d Wm. F>>r
rest, was trl'Hl for housebreaking la tue night by
euterlng the wagou house or Jno. t.. lUw.ey on
January 10 last, Mr. Walker for deiense. Th"
testimony ror the (iovernment was that ihe d ?
feiidaul was found lying in a wagon by a i-oIopsI
mau, taken out and delivered toapolloe uiti ef
and that anotacr man ]uni(ied out of the window'
toirest claimed that he had l**n out Willi the
boys and going home he lound ills house closed
that he saw the wagon shed open and went In and'
KW In the wagon togolosieep. TUe jury artor
a abort absence return?-d a verdlit of guilty.
'?-""oss.?The services st the
."" him . J steiday stiern.iun at
oak Hill cemetery were altend-sl bj a small num
ber ot l?eople. Itev. Dr. L*-onard, tiie rec or or ?u
John s church, read ihe bur ai service, arter which
an ongiaal poein by the d<*ceasisl w as read and
then the casket was placed In the receiving vault.
It was borne rrom the hearne to the chapei by the
i i i u JuJ?? L M. Carey, B. K. Brewster, Ar
F? ? ^^JrtUniU"i^?#^er' '""S Lowndes, and l?r.
r. u. Lorlng. Froi. Emmons followed toe coin u
win,D^?re-'er. ?f t??e KusK'.an l.*aUon;
M^.i r. SJ? ' *rs- Kmrnona attornev;
Undi n Kent, Prof. F.mmon's legal adviser, Sratou
Monroe, Mnt. Francis Klggs, lira. Colby, Lehigh
Kobl.ison and Mrs. Deoomaa, Dr. kampler and
others wera preeent. _
Tmocg* Til* PrRCNktt.-Prof. Stoddard, In hta
l?ciure at Cougregatlonal church last night, enter
talned a large audience with a aerlea of fine news
Of tne paatKM, gorgea, and peaks, and tue pic
turesque hamlets and ancieui castles of the
Pyreneaa. The lecturer described graphically his
tilp ihrougli i he great mountain ramre. and held
the attention of the audience steadily. The same
lecture will be repeated thla evening, on Satur
day Mr. Stoddard wilt deliver his lecture on "Lord
Thi BannmiHO or LtMT.?'To-day Is Ash Wednes
day. It marks the beginning of the penitential
season of L*nt, and, ror many, a season of fasting
and prayer, services appropriate to the day were
held in the Catholic and Episcopal Churches.
Lent continues for forty d <yx exclusive of -
days, and closes with the joyful celebration ot
Easter. The gayotle* of the social season, to a
large extent, eod with the beginning of Lent,
and those who have devoted their days and nignts
to the gay round of social iileaaurss aowturn
rrom the frivolities ot the world and devote their
Ume to religious meditauon and good works.
Society now eujoys lite with more moderation and
the period of -great crashes" yields to the ulea^
anter experiences of small gatherings o( friends.
Marriage Licshms.?Marriage license* have
been issued by the clerk of the court to Soften
T. Han Hon and C arris V. Shields, or Atlanta, ua.
Charles Lee and JuUa Hnowdea; John H.
and Maggie suilivan; Thoa. & Love and
M. Buru.a, both or Spotaylvanla County. Vs.
John C. kaeny and Kaue W. Heaaei; Dr. LutW a!
Brown, oi Leesburg, Va., and V|Ua McCheaaer or
Prince ueorge s txmnv. Md.; BroSST^
Cornells Costen; W. T. Maw and Lucy C. Merer^i
W.Tebba Chichester, of Oreanabo^M. c"IST
Nina tioodrich, or New York, W. Y.
Ranm o? m TamioKsm.?The mivmu
National Opera Company aucourMsa the mm
that thasecond week wui^be aa mcS^w .5^2
fl ft, seata (or single performaacea go oa Mia ^
tne theater boa office to-aorrow *eraEag.
niiAKCMi An Munnui
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saltihgr?** ei! rlbrJUr ?* rtnrtaie mm
MMlkW*!. 4>l. IW* *??? iN>U?*?we. ?5V da. M?
ttirr??. (ki% k> M IortMt. ."V'V U4 i? day.
UU1 IMoue, Md . IJbniarr li-iWion aiaady u<
owl oiiMlut. I Oh. Flour ^iin-t mil >i?a) - Monti
aiiv*t aii.I wi-aurn aupar. U.JTa.:..? *a ekua. 3 OO
? .lit ?lo. luul), .M ?U uillla NIX. 1 .<?
a ?H> du run. .1 mit.1 I., do Bio liraoda. 4 '? .>?
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WvV.CaVi "-vr^i
a. i them end Haaaajlvanla, 34*?0 w?e*^-~-*
IIMJ ?? 1 ~ * ^?gM
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. . firm tot i^iiihv t?ru * *
eru. l.UKtalVlW. hvvin^ni nr
oL -J4"1? l6-7* huU ??
J*" rtb aldaa. |wl(4, ,tkw
1- TJ?* nL adaa, Ok. i
reinal. h?, Butler (nu>T -wwm i.
^50%aii.'. Ikm iovnf MiU uut
c\kml?UAA*t\ *^1 wjy -nlMi, ?k.
ulf^vWirtL "ttLJr*"? y*? eediaarr ??
i?ir. i?ll4 Boor ma unlet?A mof\ - ?
and artlv, xETltt WkHky
5^ lll.W. rrtlfbli li) Lll4fl*u04 Hf MMMkl
? m ?
? CmriOO, III. February 1ft. 11 k a -7*4
mara.ta ou Tbatiee o|?-n?d lo??? ikla BunlM Km
? IimI aUrUNi ?. I?anr tl ?V\. IUt Md. II Ul|
kud Majt |vr?. >1 14 :i.? iin Mi) u|>ti<>u w bow
um.tod m fuiiuw* MlMat, HOi? rum. MS mt
l*.?e?l?.?;i?i 7 77% iiwrtnli
Hblp ro? mi umku Jinv rrm M??nt..
Joun V .ililjewi, IU? } ouiu colored nun wIm
?Miottnlj Kthbbcil W UUaiu Wkrn-o, n?o colortd
?ouie lUyn a?(u. duntiK * 0i(bt In ? miardliiif liou*
Id iK>aT kll4%, ffaAtrrilf ?*! in I tie P?Uoe toiirl
tills ui'Triiritf. el,..r?->M ?llh aaaauit and b*mr>
*i?n Intrni lo Kill. M<- plfkJnl rulKr tu il?
rhkr,'*1 and IDr cam1 wis wot to the fraud Jury.
.ii'HO Ch?w, tu* youuk n?tfr?. *bo aluH loa
Howie, (lie 1**1 \ sn.?I UT, lu JacJnou'a altcy la>4
Minaay. pl^-rted n n uullty to llir citanr* afaiDM
b tti. b?iwv i?-?nn-d that b>> t.jd mime trouw<
?i(b a u<irroimmrd H?*nr) Madtkon, and llw lau
ter drv?- a pw?i to about bim iia acutOcd witu
Mk1Im>u and gi.i poea^aaiou of (tor ?r?*p.>a
and >b>K blu In lite lert arui. 1 be ?aae wan ami
to tb<* K'rand jurj .
II if Favoam nam.-^D the trial :n tb? pouca
Court to-day of Patrick Totilu, cbantml * lib krep.
Ui|r an unlUfuned bar, an uM cuiored uiai ? ho mm
awmn as wirnea^ waa aak> d wual u* drank in UM
(Meiidailt'il l>.kC4 and ivpllad, 'Ylu. ttxcaua*
data ui\ tavorll<* drluk. ' 1 Ua abundant ?aa Bw|
|1U>. An appeal waa noted.
Arvrrrrtn o* a tiuwi o? llcu Hraattkixo. -In
tbe irluUnat court, Judgr .'touitfouiary, lu-da>.
UooTfrr v\ aaiUiurton Clayton, a i a* d coi<>r*d u>au,
wan tried on tb? cbaiyol b uwbrraKiiiK in Au
KUU laal, Mekara. C. Carrtuiftu and i. W. Walker
for Uelt'iiJanl and Mr. Mulioaney tor tbe IHMB
in?*ni. Clayiuli latlie uucieor ?? i?i a Maraba:,
wbo baa l?-en cooncied or Hie aarne oBenaa, anu la
now M-rrlutf a Jail aeb ence. CikjriM ?aa rui
ploy<M ut Hie house or Mra. uuryau, on I hwl
u. ar l.'ib street n<jnb?eKt, and it waa la proof
ihat mnen the g-in made ber eacape truni tM
bou.se ibat ? i iyton waa on tb* M?i?
and in ad-- bo effort to atop and refuaed to puraoa
ber. I he dereuv made i lie i. im i hat I* .ug a aer
rant in tbe bouse he iijuld not be connoted off
houne-brvaking. The iMurt inatrtK-ted tbe Jury
tbat tbey coiud not oonvict (or nothing bad bewi
pro red to ivnooot Clayton ttnUI after lue aUac**
bous^breauntf. Iba Jury accordingly tuuiad m
renlM't of not rullty.
A Hihiaku? ?t rr Poa Uirnaca?Oaorfe Thomaa
Mecuiioui to-<ia>,by Mr. caiupta-il carrtnytoi^
tlied a bin for diton-e a?raiaat Lola B. Moctilia^
1 ury were married by Met. Kit bard Nurrta 1?
??eiuber 7. 1WC! and be rbaiyea Uial on lA VuOer l.v,
1MM7, ?he committed adultery with J . P. Bauer, at
:?0 lath ureet, and ut di* adultery with eoa
M in. Dudley, at :tJ6 Mlaaourt arenue, (roaa January
W to Kehruary 13, durlnif wblcb time ana took hit
name, and wheu compeUad to leave that bouaa ra
turued to 3U3 inn atreei, a noiorloua bouaa uC
A llrwiNP'* BRCTkLtTV. -Jompb P. MnUera,<tC
No. 7ltl7tb ktis^t. who i hargea Archibald Mac.
tiieyor ?lib adultery wltb bla wua, appeared la
the 1'ollis- Court this m<>nitu?t auil pleaded nil
guUtyto a charge of axaamtlbg hl> wiml Mrs.
Moiiere untitled ih.it laat Friday nifhi aae nn
home .bout 7 f o'clock aad viaited a lady fnen(L
o.i her ri turo, about 10 o'clock, ber huvbaud re.
tuaej to lei b- r lu. puaued b?r and dealt ber a blow
tK'tweea the eyen. wbicb bUckeued them. Tb<T
bad b^en married leu yeara. He aaaaultad her
imo noeka ago with a loaded case, and bad rua
her IHMu tbe house wltb raaura. knlvea and
iiau-belk. (iouhsel ait' mp'ed to allow that tu*
wile kept late bour>, out the i-ourt ru.ed out lb*
teatlmmy. The ludge required defendahi toflv*
|H?u bobd* to keep lue pea.*-, and gave lUdaiU'-tU
of k \ ul aaaaull, >Usp<-hdliiK ai-atenoa
Kok Rrino TaaowM ntoM a Caa.?To-day tM
rase of Mary K. r ?- ? her agalnat tbe Washlafio*
and ueorgetown Kaiiroad Co. waaon trial lu clr?
cuit conn. No. *j. >lie claitna that on March IM
:hj? -. -u- waa thrown from a car b) lu- atiddet;
Man lni( aad waa Injured aboul the hip, lor whlufe
abe claim* damage*. _
To Await raa ttaaiLT or Hn Virm ii Injrittaa.
Last Lltfht nmcem nu^hea and Krayaer a>ranted
'ioney ? olemau, tbe colored nu n chained with ?e
noualy a-saUitiuj Mary c'rai*. also coiorad, ta
ll.it m' a Key Monday uliftiL In the Police Court
this morblbg llM Caae waacoulluued to a?all tl.e
result ->f Maryl Injurl-a. Mr. Sbepperd aald de
fen-lant kicked tbe woman, who w aa In a delicate
condition, and aerlously injured ber. Thla moro
ibif. he aald. tbe woman had to be removed to tbe
Ito-wltiU. The case waa coaUnuad Indefinitely and
bail was fixed at MMi
Th* Arr??rno* of person* Interfiled la life ia>
Murau<-e U dlre.-ied to the adverUaatnent In another
'column of cue Mutual Life Insuraix-e to, M N*-w
York. It la a taosl credllatde aborning.
BIENT?HEShEI. Ou K' bniary 14. l?*k at tMa
rni ui'a lioiiae. HIM Carrol atr^-f a. uttaaai. kr In
lsr?ns. KlTir. W. 11 haul. I. ana J NO C. BIXXT.
both .it Waaliiiurtoii. l> t:. ?
McIKE?XKWCOMK Attl.erMidenraof tbr brldeM
1*1111 Is, lM'.'O I' atreet, 1 . l.ruaiy 14. |sk? lij Hr?.
liavid II. Kid lie, * J.MmU to AMI A BOakiJk.
dailarbt* r ?f lYuf. Mil,.HI Nrti-oluk, C M. Ii. *
H'l OTT Mc Hl.hM V < Hi 1 u.-aitay. February 14.
1NHM, at tb?- New Visk Aveiiue Pr?s.b>irriaa tlmr u.
by the Kov *m Alvin Haiti* t. U. II, tHsMKUf
?Il. _
BATMANN. At Bladetiaburir. on February 1". 1 HftiL
at I-.' .10 r 111.. AI ULAT F BAl MA.Nk. in blaaikV
fourtb year.
Mi? buay banda at* foldad.
Hi* murk on xarth la dune.
Bis u litl* are all ru<!? i,
Uia Iwavmly la won.
Funert' to ia |'la? ycateida) . Fi I ruarj* 14. at 3 M
r ui ?
CALI. MI in At Vkaaka, Montgomery Cnnity,
Md., rebniary 14. lltNa. lulaut aoi! <7 J. it and Ada*
laide Calla ia'i. ?
1>AV1H. (Hi February 14 1 ana, at TnVIwi r.m,
AN Nil, the l>elov<sl daiurbt-r of Willtana aui L.tla
I* vis, mi tblrieen yeara. nine niontba and tlK??
Funeral from F.baneaer Cbun-b Fnday. February
17. at 3 o'duck Ik in. UIUI>t? and Ineuda art invited
to atteud ?
JoBNsON. On Tueadat. Fet rnarj 14. 1KM. at
7 l.r> a m HLKBY 1. JuMNOON. tn the alMy-?f?B
year of Lia aire.
Knends an kindly reuuaatad to be peaaanl at bla
funeral aarvii-ea. at lit Alo>?iu? ? but\h,wi laaraday.
February 10. latiN. at 3 u*clui k |c tu.
KENULA. Ou February 13. lkHH, at? m- BLaAM
Kl.NULa aa si aavauty-aavMi yaara and all wunUat
Funeral a: ill take plaee froji b?r late realdenc* mm
Tburs laj at t* a in Masa at 10 e'atare at TiMW
t bun-b. Ueormlowa, D. C. ?
Kerllla. aa ?_ .
Fuaaeal from baa^ ^arenW realdaktoe^ No. f?01
n ?
and Mary C l^laa. av*d four daya
kOkUXD. At ber reatdawoa iw?a W atiaet noetb.
Bjdand^and only dauchwr of the lata ttw Waltar H.
Interment oa Friday at Kotkiurban Md. f
2bl2^l ttatota
F unaral from her late raaidriKs
_ . _ 1 raaideuee, 214 . .
waat oo Tliuradaj at i p. m. k rtrada are I
ou t further avtlra. lataainatii at Uak **?"
g^^aaa Wftsrss-'sasrias
.c_, .
! o'clock p. mi.
Wt had S301
to-day wa ha<e?Nf*JM hat. (ar caw
lead, aad klwaya Maly aad wMy. C.
B. OBATM h 80BM ;

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