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INTERESTING TO GENTLEMEN! The Tale of the SHIRT, I1Y Till". 1117-11.9 PENNA. AVE.. tih: sum r tai.u, by it, u, 1 niji tlia Inner In the dent's Furnishing Depart ment, ninl, being ii Man who tins been all hi Ilia lit u gent's fuml'ldm; More, I knosr gentlemen's) require ments. Now, about Milila, (lentlcmen think wiles tbey Py a high iitlrn fcr i rlilrl Hie tin till v cvnriot lm good, (leiiltemcn, )nu ire wrong. In thesoilayatir keen rntiipellthui w uudcrs in it petroimed liy capital, ininblned Willi brain. '1 lio Pain Itnjal liai rjjilnl, anil Mi Llsner t'tuplo) men with brain In lake chiiito ur Ihe various ilcpiitments, 'Ilio modest writer uF tills in tit In clilms that l) the use ( Mr. Llsncr'ncapllal, amailly and prudently Invested, he Its ntirceeitpil In luauurirturlng ashlrt utieiiualed lit the United Httles tor the money. We have now in '.uck in.noi) shirt In fourteen tlltlerent sites, nU led toull ngure This shirt weuive named the "l'AI.AIN IIOYA1.." rill' rmr r s'jcr.s rs. The Palais Hn)al Shirt ll.idle .tie Wamsutta, cut leiigthulsoof lint muslin: the neckband and wrlst tnn.1 three ily linen; the bosoms tlnee-pl; lluou; the evelet hol.'s and buttons holes hand somi. Huycrs not salWlcl with Ilia PALAIS HOVAL jlllltr will have the money cheerfull) refunded. iiai.t nosi:. tiewile-lcnsjust received In Plain ami Stripe 1 Ual hilggans, 25c. per pair. Also, 800 pair Striped and New shades in solid Colors, at 60c. per pill, and 250 pair Llsle-Thrc.nl halt hose. Ths.e hose have all tho appearance of sill-, prices, oil, GS, 75, .mil l)8c. per pvlr. HMIl.Uvl IMIt. .Iut received, Cartwrlght A Warner's, llrettle's, aud I A U. Mnseley'snnvelllea for tho spring. Shlrtsand Drawers at JO, 03, T3, nsr , I 25, jl 50(1.0, ami : Sacich. sO kill's. s, 000 Scurf's from I .k, Clul. & rTajg aud othei eminent inal ei s (jUAi.nviio. i it soc. ' 2 Is Lie. ' " J Is !SO. Above Starts tiro In Tour Improved shapes In endless vailetv of oiot an 1 design IVtrrautod ilrl-cia-i ininur.ictuieonly. Wo do not keep I rali, or u a cuul I sell a Scarf at 23c, and make a good front on It SlT.'lll. IIAKUAINH Indent s '111. Umhicllis uenl's Jewelry, Gent's llainUciclilef, Uenrs &itpeuders, Gent's Colltrs, Gent s Cutrs, dent's Night -hlits, dent's Flannel Traveling :hlit-, (Hot slllorle Hose. PALMS ROYAL,! 1117-111!! PI1XM. AVII. M A H C II IS UUJ: sl'ltlNU jTIVI.IiCOAl MOM I II, Alfll I AI.HKAIir HAvr i hat iroci: on tiii: UiUNTKIt I Ol! yOUIt 1N M'EfllOH. IN VAllimV, KINI&II, AND FITTIIltV KX CKf. ANVlllItiO EVEl: OF 1 UIII'I) 11 V Ml'. OEORGE 8PJIANSY, oNiz-riticE ci.oiineit and taii.ok, 50T SnTT.JJTII hTKEKT. ioi;ai:a:iii i in wuiiino l'UICB and quality. SELTZ & MERTZ liur lcmi Ate, I 79 VV. i'njetto bl.. WabliidgKin, U. I Itnlliiuore, Aid DRAPERS AND TAILORS. Having imrlved our Immense stocl of novelties from tliti leading houses of Kngland, Frame, and Austrlt, will lie pleated to bhow tlient toour many friends. Seltz & Mertz. oca-tf Sr.LKGI' ltOAHUINO bCIIOOI, AT T1IK NA'IIONAI. ('AI'll'AI,, il aud 1214 Four teenth stm t, roiiiteenih-siifOirirLle, Washington, l),f NOliWOon INsllllIir, Select Prhoot for l.a lies. Few luuideisiecclted. rtciomllet in opens I'chruilVB Adilicsj, )e2i-lt .MU.and Mill WM l ( A lll'I.L. I'lltii llwl'. Ollicers oi' ilio Army fc "Navy Ketlrcd oi on duty, ran find at our tloreiomplete outfits In ii:c'(titATi:i l'liiTiOTAMi I'ouci:- MIN, r, IhHWAlli:, f'HTI.i:i(V, i'im: i'i,ati:i waici:, ami ilOUSn riJRHISIIIHG GOOUS Of the hot lass al 1 n.oit inn let rates. M. W. BEVER1DGE, iuiiu i'i:nvivi.v.ini avi:niii:. deilT-Sin rUlOICK MKATS AT LOW PRICES. HecPdeal , IS'j in Ibcenl. 4'omed llccf, c lo 4 rents. Choice lloi.tn, 10 to 10 1 ent. Choicest I.anili and Veal brought lo Ihls liurket at iowcit luurkit price, (live mou call, nainlno lay good, and he convinced that money ran be saved by giving iue our pairoiuge J I . KOMI ItrSON, stalls ti and fdic, Ninth-street Wing, (Vntie Market, i:n;kavi; ani. uTiiouitAruiNG, viu. i in it and NoTr iirAiis, piiiV kh, NOll-4, IHIAKm, AMHIIIUULAIIKLS Card hugravlng and Printing a Aptclally Slocks aul Uoiidsprtp-irid In a luuat AltUllc Manner. J'lllVATK ClirCK-HOOKS HTAMI'I P A r Hiioi:rnoiicK. UdltU DU.VI'.AT LOW I'ltlt'l.fs. .1. ij. lt-TUltVA.NI, Itil'J I'cnnsyhanla avenue, upstairs. rtel-ll CARRIAGES. CARRIAGES. (lAIIUIAllI'.S. MYMOti; OF FALL AND WIN I I'll I'AUIIIAOira Is Now Vury Largo. Alto, PI l'OHI)-IU!ll (iAlllllAIK!i of tvery Do uilptlou, itepalrlng ptuiuptly attended to, itoiir.KT ii. tiitAUAsr, Iteposltoiy aud Factory, 410 416 Klghth street M, W. iioc&-ly CHOICE CUT FLOWERS. Thanl lug the puhllu for Iho liberal patronage here tofore hemmed upou tuc, 1 lal a pleaiuro lu herewith Mcoiutuoudlug for alloicaslous, audi as Weddings, .Jenuat s, Ulnticr I'artles, Funerals, etc ,iuy assort ucnt cf fini: cur i'i.owru9. 11 r. A GUlUMtio Artist of uiy Mtabllslitueut, will grTo bit pcrsuuat attention to niiy deilgus ordered. N. (iTIIItlUI, dcll-UJ StIH r Mlro.it liirllivx'Ml. DM) uim: and old fricmis Alti: KNOWN AS Till BF8T. bli lb JllliTH'K OI.11 iiTANU, Known for eari at the only phre whero flrst-clasi SL.CON1)-11A'0 CLOrilINU can bo '0)1 at re peclable prices. Address or call at JUSTII'S OLl) STAND, A'. 1U lb(rcvt JVrllinct. N. 11. Noteamt by mall pniuptly ulteudeJ to. JeSi-tt PMiffl VOliUMH XVLl. Taylor & Hufty, 933 Pennsylvania Avenue. JERSEY SUITS Are move popular tlntn ever, tnl thclv style in perfect. AYeitt, simple, elegant, theynllll every requirement of a house ova street (fress. i They may not be popular with I people who prefer showy garments to simple ami ladylike costumes. Out the best taste will invariably choose them, 'Their success is as- sureil, and lutltes can jmrchaae them with the certainty of their being the proper thing. In the tTersey Cloth there are stylish arkets, 'The Xetv Spring Wrap, with Slllc JLinetl ILootls. In the same goods are shown a large variety of OHIJLVliliX'S DltESSKS, And these can be procured at only one house in toivn, that of TAYLOR & HEFTY There viay also be found a va riety of SVJiINQ VJtAl'S, DOL 3IAXS aud SJIOJl'J' SACQUJ1S, for Ladies, and SJ'ItINO SUITS aud SACQUES for Misses and Children. FhAKyiSL and I'EJiUAJjK HJIIltT WAIS'TH for Hoys from four to ten years, In dark, light, and medium shades, perfectly jlt llny, the percales Ununified for immediate wear. G-EISTTLE MEN" Are Invited to inspect their slock of FltlliYOir Ft, A XN E hS and EN O LISll V EH VALES, VUEVIOTS, and ZEJ'HYJtS for XEGLIGli SU111TS. These aud the EJXEHT VJtESS NUJltTS made to order. The best fit guaranteed. VOLLAHS and OUEFS always In stock. Gentlemen's CADET GLOVES selling at reduced rates. -t i Taylor & Hufty. SUNDAY GOSSIP. (leorgn llllii mini lmvo a liertnllfiil volrp. I One of tho lawyeri who Is In dally ntlen.tanrn at Ilio ftar-ltoiilo Ithl nays that his video founds liken waifon-load of temp Iron driven at full lilt Mern I rordmny toiil. Its nonnd has ile eloped a new dls I cie, elo.nenlly decilhed l.y una t.f tho roloted jurots the oilier il-iy as "inlseiy In tho hold." The stAtilo of llnliorl I'nlloii, iilaceil lit the Slaliniyllallhyi'ennijlvanls.lslhottoikorilonanl ltoherts, ajouiienndBnihltloiH sculptor of Philadel phia. In tome respects this etatnu Is a tofresldnir ronlrast lo the stiff and unnatural-looking figures ranged about tlie hall, Ilia figure of Kullou Is a sil ting one, and In many ways Its lines ate scry plesj Ihtf. There Is, however, a general etiiesslon of weakness In the work, The air and attitude Imtlcalo more In Ilia way of sentimental tevery than Ihn liuggles of an Intellectual worker Iho hands of the figure ate ety well done. These generally nlo found tu he the most dlnicull parts nf the flgute for theattlsi. J.til.11 P. Poland, iittwly-nlected inemliur of O'ngrasj liotn Veiniuiit, has been lu Washington for rveialilaya, Ills hmwii, imhogany-rolored faro Is wtln lines of tho most tlgld austerity. Ills colfeo- Cidnred mask nf nvlrntitn tilMna 1. ..I i.ir I... ......!. cling i lug of snowy, whllo side wlilskeu, which lii.iily meet under his chin. Ills hair Is ciiually white, tltnttgli Ihlnner. A stranger looking at him would a, "Whalagtatidly giMHlohl inaitlieiniist he," und the pious would he Inclined In liken Iho Hum! white about his faco unto n halo. 'I hen his lncallly (Veiinniit,) tho land of tron-clad virtue, helps Mr. Pol ind's appeariuce. 11 is all In the uppeannre, however, 'Iha old gentleman has a pair of very wkked hlick-hiiiwn c)e, wllh a bright starufaident feeling lu the bottom of their velvety depths which beli.il Milt. I u every sense of the wotd llrtndp Pol ml, 'is ho Is sumetlmes aireclloti tti-ly tallnl, Is what Ii known In this std woildns imouf the Imjs. He i. in sit up later and drink more clumpigue with out showing Us ellei Is Ilia licit dty than aluiosl anv man that eter cnim to Wellington. 'Iheu, too, he his a fondiioM forthe ladles unsurpassed by auj jntilli lu Iho laud. 'Iho grace and dexterity wllh , mum hiis out geuiiemsn cvu iimck n pieltj I itlllllllil l.lll M.1K ,1... ., " ' h". """oi i"c kiiiii nuti I'ou ill liei In Iho Imguage or MuAeta ptovo that his heart Is ever green, and lm htm old age Is hut a mere huue. Ho uppeiis hern, however, In the ihiuclei ol u ghost n( by-gono limes, lie was clmliiiHiior the ciciit Moblller ruinmlltee In tho llou-e, theterrlblj tonimltleo which blought down so main si iiesin m. ivi in 1 disappeared soon 'Jter ftoui politics, ami bis leturii to-day Is largely the result of an accidental inmbln itlon lu Iho district now upicsented by him What u pi.tcosslon or statesmen once inssol lu review befoie this old man, hefclttlugasthelrjudge 11 was before him that (leu. (Illfltll sit and wept billet tetrsashuplo varlctle.l and sliamblsd otei tho pitiful llneo hundred and tweuty-nlno dollats paid him as a dividend upon stock given him by Oakes Ames. It waall.e woik r this oil gentleman that retired Scliujler Cuirax tondlngy and deserved i.hscuilty. I wcinler Ifold Father Kelly, who also shed salt tears before Ihecniuuilitee, Is pleased lo halo tbesaltaiy looklng Pohnd hack In thollouio to remind hlin of that unhtppy time. And, l.y tho way, theiolsiinothcr member of tho ol 1 Credit Jlohllltr Committee who has been In town for the last week. lids Is N. P. Hanks. During tbetlosliigdajn or Iheeesvlou his laige gla)-maue,l head ami huge tlguie wele seen hack of the members' I teat) Mi. Hanks si luds about with the gloom) luuir- i iiaino mrui a riiinrurubiy well-fed oi. Itlssald trut ru moineiiia or nupteme routeutment he chews a Bin.tll tud, iiWaihlmi. In public bo always cai ties. t light nt en oat ..w i I, Is Kit aim. 'litis Is tlietiade itiirkuftteiy pliture of Hanks taken fur lliolitt twenrj jeais 'lo ones his entile success In llfo lo hlslmpo.lng pieseiunaiid tin ikh, sonorous voice. Yet lu .ill .tlfalis tel itlug to ptactlcal matters he Is as helpless as a child. He never has beau able to keep out of debt. The public crib alone has been aide to rnstaln hint. Wltbunl tboaldcif .in offlceor the help cf kind friends he would have etarved long jgu. It Is related of him that when elected (Inventor of Mas sachusetts he was so hopelessly lu debt that It tool, tho subscriptions of a largo uuruber of ftUnda toget hlniout of pawn on Inauguration day. He at pre sent holds the olltce of United States Maishal ol the Eastern District of .Massachusetts. The place Is really a pension, as the duties of the office ate per formed by his deputies. "Ciutrie old love?" was the tltleol'a Miisatloual Pngllsh novel published it few jeatsago. 'lhequerj of this book could well bo answered by Mr. On, the stepfather and father-lu-law of Con gressman Harris, of Massachusetts. .Mr. Orr Is clgbty-seveti jearaold. Hols very bright. Nolh lugtrr Iris manner or conversation Indicates his ad vanced age. Ho was Mr. Harris's father-in-law first. Mrs. Orr tiled about two jears ago. Mr. Harris's inothet, a widow, was then living wllh tho faintly, and Air. Orrmarrlel her about Mi months atlerhlsllrst wife's death. The second Mrs. Orr only lived six months1. After her death Mr. Orr came la Washington to calm his filler byspeudlng the gay season here. Last 'luesday morning he left for Massachusetts, saying to a friend that he was going home ro bo married again. So great was his .ndor, be left upon tho early train, at eight o'clock, and v.ould not wait for the later train, at one, to go with lrl stepson and sou-ln-law, Mr. Hanls Tho old gentleman Is rich aud manages his own alfalrs himself. He is a fine type of a vigorous old age. Two Welshmen were recently seen riding lu a streetcar lu this city. They were conversing In the beautiful language or their country. Onoof them wore a slouched hit aud a clo ik. Ho had the ulrand manner of a conspirator. Kvcry tlmo ho adlressed his companion ho would raise a fold of Ids greasy cloak over his right hand to Ids mouth ami talk confidentially behind this dirty barrier, w title ho would glare tuspiclouslv at tho other passengers. Hlsptecautlons seemed wise, becattso the beautiful Welsh Unguago Is now so generally spokeu. Senator IMmnnda. the new nrtlm. Vln Preslderd. It Is understood, win onlr retain .T.m" until next December, when ho will give way for Sena tor Anthony. Senator Edmunds has tho gener il rep utation of beluga man of rnoderato means, lire re veite of this Is true Hehasnn lucerne ranging flout sevtnly-flvo to one hundred tlrousaud dollars a year. His salary as Senator tsflio thousand dollars a) ear. He receives a salary of Ave thousand dollars a year as counsel for Iho Vermont Central Itallroad Company. 'Ihero Is not a single Important case brought to the Supreme Court Ihat does not first go to him for an opinion, For these opinions he lecelres sinus vary ing front live to ten Ihouisiid dollars. 'I his spring he went over to New Yuri und madsurr argument In two rases. Ilia fee lilt tclt case was ten thousand dollars. Wueir Matt Caipentei died he had lu hand all Iho ruiiipllralul caios growing up out ot French claims and thellllgatlorr of Ihe cable companies In this touutry. When Carponter found that ho was going to dlo he notllled these companies. They ailed him to name his successor. He said Beiutor Fdmunds was the only man who rotil 1 tal e chargo of the rompllcaled detallsol the rases. It Is sal I on good .intbotlly that Mr. Fdmunds, uf ler Carpenter's ileitli, leceUfcdoue hundred thousand dollar lit retainers from iherable companies. Mr. Fdnrundi Is worth to-day at least it half million ot dollars, Mr. t.-(1fitiiml.1.ift I,., I'ri.i.H,..- in ... u ,. ... .... b.ii.....tul.lr r..,,VLoi tertheie, Mr. Folniuuds proposes logo lo New Or- I leans with Ids family for a visit, and fiont thele will go to the Paclllo Coast. He will probablv remain with his family In California for the greater pail of thesumiiici. This Southern and Wetter n nip Is made solely on aciount of tho frail health of the solo surv Ivlng daughter or the Senator. What a tt listing heart Is uoiiietlmes found beating Iii ihe rural breast. Here Is tie case of a countryman who lad ucUltu.aud who shed term of gratitude when he read lu one of the newspapers Hut atlait Ids bill was on the lalendar. ,.,..., . .. . . is i.oii 1 ttirieroii K01IIL' 10 tile f Tills Is the 1 tjuesllou all of Ids frleud, are asklug. He surfeit such toilure aud hurrlblepalu a, tuweakeuhlui tutlte point of fainting, lie ha, lost flesh very rapidly, and uulesi he Is speedl ly iclleved this rich and powerful Seuator must die. How ho must envy Id, father's vlgoioits health. Ihe old gentleman la over eighty, but Is )et strung and well, He lulendi lospeud sumo lime nn Ihe Patlllo Cunt Ihls i-prlug, where ho has gotielu rutupauy wllh Pdllor Dana, The friendship ut the two dates batk tu the tliue wheu Cameiou was Secretary of Will and llau.i wa, hi, aul. taut, est Ion all of his frleud, are asklug. He surfers I Of the out) huiiilreil and foity uiemheia re tired frum the last Congress, ono huudrid are uppll. tautsfui .1 Pederalappoluturerit, One of the" lame duck" members, lu eloquently pleading lor a place, tald, "I uiiislhaveaiUtej I cauuot earn ut) llvlug wlllioutoue, " The retnarkahla age attained by Alex ander ll, Stepbeuidc'vemy-four years) merely Illus trates tbo length of life, atclduut, eicepted, Data imtueuit leavu oy labtug vxiremu iaie or himself H... .. ..... n. .,. 1 si. .. .. .... . i I tu UUIU U HTMIIir rvtvii. si-.-,. .... ... 1 IIMU KlCI UtWUlllt: lit 1111 runintl III inn Pint Kitnil l iioicuroin oiou o'cioctc. 111, Uluncr wa, served lnhliHttlng.rooiu. whoro ho wa, waited, mo,, hvi.i. ' - , ... . (.V.T twocolored body servant,, who wero neatly alnay, wlthhlm. When ho bad Uulihtd bl, dlnncrbo would draw 011 a pair of browu .Ilk glove,, loucha I black soft hat over hi, bUct .patkllug rye,.ud have , hi, Invalid chair drawn up in front of tboilro, nhcro he superintended blruiolf tho putting oucf niorocoal Ho wa, never satnacd If the tompcrature of too room fellatal. below e.gh.y.ve. ThU Inv.d c.,a.rT which ho sat uud with which ho could eailly propel hlmtelf about the room, was tho rcult of many pain. ful experiment, upon the part of numerous inventor,, . When Mr. Sttpbco, flr.t came back here he had tt ad. f "J. ".V.!""" "" '" " " "'. "uco.uo "?""- ' up '.r, ,,erreuL to Ihe , Jose: Unloi I'lH '?.., ..'"..."? i. '' ; "er little son left . v , A" , ' "" . K V . -y'""; " "' ".""."I'MWUi'Mtiillii , tXZ.i ' ,UV .'. ".' , .' '."'.' .uW.''"9IO'OfO )... una. nuiuig mi lan lerru ot uuice hero u, a Vauderbllts. Northwests and Missouri innii; iaV.ii.,; ... " iuy " a inree weei.,' 1 lilt to her parent, " "v"'" " " a,m) umere were prepari'tl ::,""-,.:-i ' V"' ',"" .' "'. " general light , inemuerot CODirrOVS 110 used to hold a reeulie reept.. 1 llldutiward tuoieiuuiil. In iIia iti,..l ,A. .7. I ,M 's-ni. ul iue War LltfOaltmeut va.lLr.lav nflprnnn,. 1 WASHINGTON, SUNDAY VeillsfillolhevvoiMlhatliowas trcklng an elsy In valid chair, and Iho result was ho was overrun wllh Interilora and tholr models, I wis In Mr Stephens's idoih one morning when a trtl-fareil man rsntolii nun said thai ho hid a chilr which he knew would suit Mr.Slephens, 1 he hller Imwed wllh grrat pouitesy and asked him In bring In the (hair. Mr. Stephens hniknl as plcaoed as a young rbll.l who Is about In bo Inn. led a new Iny, 'Iho i hair was w heeled lu, his twit semiiM lifted him Inlnll, and then lis trill begin, Mr, Stephen-, whirled lo lite right Willi It, then ho whliled as suddenly to the left. Dittoing Ihlsbo gave his fiallbislj rt wrench, 'I tie pain threw hint Into t hlghirul rage, Ills high piping tones were a perfect ntuos.1 ns be shrieked- "lake tuo out of this (1 d Ihlng and smash II over tho head or thud-- d man Ihat hroufjit II here. " Swotting and groaning, ho was ItritHl frnin IIia iti.rt It i.Ha tt.. tj,-.. . ,.. - - ,, .in,.- in, nirineiis WHS in Ihearmsor his hegtit servants he suddenly slopped sweating. Ho thought 'or Ihe first ttmo of Ilio mhii llllflitnt. wbii u-jts ntl I,, it. ,n..... n .............. .t - - v..-.... ,( iiitiu,vnui him, Ml. Stephens Slid, with a gracious wave ur his It mil I "I uaiejt-ur pinion, kind slr.fnr llterhlld. Ish pcliihnce nf .i iitl.eiilde lutalbl, I thank jmr sincerely fur join kindness In coming hero with lids chair, and regret Hull do not find It sallsfaclory. ' ' At Ids evening ti'ieptlmis he HUd lolivte arrotvd abouthlm lie rarely It ever would penult anyone to go until i o'clock. When Iho hour of nine was siruck eieri into was dismissed, .Mr. Stephens at tributed much nf his sitcre.s In fighting Hie litany com plications nf disease) tu his unyielding rule nf retiring at precisely nine, liming Mice evening icceptlnns ho would wheel hlnivlt up an 1 don n the lo.nu, milllo quiring, asking itieslluiis, drawing nut every one. Nitt'tie was ever iietls-cle.1. I la had .1 must leiuaik able iiiriiHttjr for tat est and natiins, lie i mild leiiiem tier tins fee sb.1 name of nevtly esery tins lm had met In Ids I-hMsc rum In hit talk lie was never a par tisan. HP t.lk wss I tutor a hll.wophcr. Ilewss li II- mdlmty rnusl.terillona which Inlhienco iitrn, IikIm.1. tie did not seem like -v nun at all, hut inni.1 tile a spltlt.a glio-i of Mime girit man spetklng thliMleti the fralt lii.ttiiiiint.iiiv t.r n ,..Kt i.i..in. imiiI au I ilff.irme.1 tH.ly. Mmli of Ids talk wasdo- voted tu political leinlnlscenci's. Ills nccurvle nieni.it) gate his rout ers ilhms hlstot p v aluu. Many of Ihewriinverstihinslnvi) since been em bodied in Mr. Stephens's books. It was not an iiniisu il thing for him when ho had tlnlshed a pirllru Itrly Interesting ittnlnlsceuce to say, If any news paper tiirrespoiidenla were present, "tleutlcinoii, I tiut)oii will not uvo this stoiy, ns I am tesertlnglt for uo In my coming bonk." It appears thai Unas Mr. Stitiliens'stirnftli.,tn,bli.ir..itiAi.n..,..rn.,. i. ---, - , - -- ... u ... v.." i nu i iiu i ii i"ci am nn book, tt iisrently In InformM conversations, duilttg his evening leieptlons. Stimulated by an audience, he would hlmseir recall much innro tliau if he had con Hned himself and his writings to privacy, orteu n iiuesllou would boasl ed or a suggestion tnado by some public man ptesent which would be of great advan tage to Mi. Stephens. A great many public men came to his looms. He was constantly being consulted about public maltets. His clear common sense ami absence of partisan Pre judice will maku hint gtetlly missed. A novel In 1 miction ease wan iiieiiaied last week, stvs tho Chicago Aeros, ngalnst Coii giessuuu lluchauan. Two or thrto weels ago ago a Snulbei it inember of fungi es went to a dentist onl'btieet and slid to him " waul a set or uper teeth. My old plate Is so wot n that It tltops down wl n I speak and Interfeies nreally with the flow or inyehipieino, besides Imp ilrlug my titleraure." Thodenllstsald that ho could please him, he thought. Ha itietsiiinl lite member's nmuth, and ailed fur a depoiltof monoyciptal tu Ihe valnoor Ihe material lo boused Ilio deposit wis made. The tuembei tbeu said- "Itls.tgieed tint 1 do not pay for Ihe teeth If they do not suit." 'In this tho dentist tuld- " oh, nf toursenol. thai Is understood. It Is in object for mainline you gel a good Jolt or nono. Tlien tho member asked when the teeth would bo done Ho said ho had a speech tu male on the fol lowing .Monday week, and he wanted a new set of teeth, so that ho tool I unlooss the lluod-gatesof his eloqueuie without being tiamttieled by the horrible Idea or loslug bis teeth lu the midst or one or his most eloquent sentences, The dentist said: "I think I cart have Iheiu ready rorjott early Mauds) inoiulug." "Not earlier " "No, ami tu get them ready then I will havetu wulkoiiuinlay." "I do not like Ihe Idea of the work belug done on tny teeth nu the holy Sil b lib. ' ' Atthlstbedentl-tietlied mid consulted his pail ner. Iho latter told hint tothiow up the Job. "Tho holybabbath" objccilon m ide the pailnet advltebls assorlatotoasl: forcashdowu, or no teeth. Thelat ter, neisuadtd that no Congrussuiau could prove it troublesome customer, agreed lo tnako the teeth and have them ready on Saturday evening. The teeth were made und delivered on the time agreed to. 'Iho member asked lotry the teeth before paying the bill or thirl) dollars. Upon Monday the dentist was lu Hie gallery, watch lug lire play of tho teeth while tho member pt,le. The laltet was ivltdle plmmim itnin i. .. .. .-.,.... bun Icauo of oratory the new teeth fell, and It was "ij uj lueietiuingio neovcrcomo with emotion that he saved himself aud his teeth 'I ho dentist had a call from tho ttii.iir n,t laPl. day. lie wis Indignant. 1 he doctor sal 1 new teeth i had to be adjusted. II was too much to expect that they would go until carefully tested and readjusted. I Ihe member said be was dissatisfied, aud added: "Orcourse, I thall not tuy jnu now." I i lieu hand over tho teeth, " said the doctor. "No; I paid you for the material, and I was not to pay for the making unless tho result was satisfactory. ' Tho member walked r,ir uiin iim ,- - i., i.i.. ...... ,.,u .,,, evt , ,ia mouth, and Ins since refused to pay for them or to deliver them op. Tho doctor has consulted a law) er hero, who says tho member cannot bo med because ho Is a member of Congress, bnt tho dentist may get out nu Injunction restraining him from using Ihe teeth. The attempt to get out an Injunction failed. Ills last lesourco will ha toir) and prevent tho member's leaving town before settllnn bv tal.lnir nutnicriim recover the piopetty. T. C. C. Till! 1'ciilioilv I'niitl ii 'J'iriiiioMuoo. HAiTiMnnr. Mnrcli lfl Rn,o ,-OOM t,.r... !il.?.a.,i'.0.f.orR?..I'".bo;y' thephllanthropisr, estab- mh e' eV'.a. ")""", !" .' ",'""!? L0.' I iiioiiigneriirancuesur euucal on, bearing his own n nuc, aud for the use and benellt if all citizens of tTi" ' United Stares. Tho building for thu Institute was np.l.il m. llnu, 1'a. ..-... ,. .. . . milieu ciau-s. t tie uuiiuiug ror tliu Institute was V.. ... '. . M" 'K,',w, ojtiaie-, uuuer iue snadow tit Ihe ivathlngtoti Monument, In ItsOV, for llm Tiur poso ot completing iho building, Iheu partially con mucred, Mr. Poabodygaio to Its trustees JWO.nooin Cpei cent.Teniies'tee liopds. The bonds were of the deuonilnatlorr or JLOfiO oich, elghty-seveu or which wero Issued lor the Hank til Tennessee, lu Ibis, by tllO tt&IO Of THIltlfaie... flt.lt till, tnionl,,. la. .. n 1 tired ani thirteen bonds, tvern .nis,ii,iiiiv la-tied lor public Improvements. For a num ber of years the stale has defaulted lu I jihik i no interest ou rrie-a) homi, and the lustl lulii being thus deprived of a largo annual Ineoruo has been seilotuly crippled lu Its iiwrulne, lu ilio ineautltiie tho Stare or lennessro luiieeelted ';i.o,(KiU from themiiullltititilouillouor Mr. Peabody for Iho suipoit ot Hut educational Institutions In iheSt.uth ern Htatts. Iteteutly .Mr. 1 nnclt Pratt, tieasmeror the I'ealiodv Institute, appeiled to Ihe (lenerul As sembly uf 'ieiiiiriera lo pty the Inlciost ou these bonds and make piovUlon fur the Dual paymcut. Ml. Pralt Islnfoirueil Hi it on Wednesday last a I. ill foi this purpose was lulruluied lu the Sjeiuto aud House id llie'JenriuBsui Leglbltlure, and he, wllh the board of trustees, and tho public of Halllitiore desire lo ex biess their gratltlcailon at Ihls partial act or Juitke by the Legltlalme of that Statu, I Ins .lIlsuUisliil Vulli-y I'liioile. MfSII'HIH. Tl-NN.. Mainlt III Tl... . I ,, atealiout two hundrrd ami liny feet wide, andlli "If "V "f lb" " i In seven miles per bum Sklpwllli, Miss,, special aays; "Tho flforu to stoit 'I he gaps 'll.ii water 1. llir, fjt ,1.,.,, A .Ln.i ..ni... . , . . . - , .. . .' ' . "-'' t'"iiu lias ue-iti ii'luitrd lu the leviunn Ihe lames Itkhardsnn l bin latlon.ncar Moiiinl Landing, Tho levee Iwtrd has cut Urgufuiceof men lu pioleit Ihatpulut, The ptnteellonuud iitalii leviealo ellll rontldetel safp," SlMWHiiTiiWN, In.., Slanh in, -,o greater poilbiiiof thu town Is now out of water. 'I rains ale luiinliig again. Many houses that have weathered the Hood aro now tailing, total or partial wrecks, l.tnir ttfiti., aiii March 10. theilierat Ar kansas city has ilsen an Inch lu the twenty.four hours ending ut Ilio thli itleinoon, and Is still riling 'Ihe water Is only eight Intbrs below the highest Hood oflwijeai, anil the luckn.tei only four luches be Ml lll'lll-. TL'iv Vtjrt-ti to 'Mm f.. ,.ii.. leua tpnlalMit "'Ihoilinl. i.,.t; .. ..i' ; . .;. r" :r vr,-ii',r" . having fallen lo.i lliau an tmh. -ii.u ,i:,in..r.,.V vuyiMimM), -luuuici is siauouaiy 0 lilgnt I'"'"''"' to Ihe lunation of the uaileru gale pievall- ......- '---- .--" .v.. w. invu.neiH Kin; iiiotaii lug all day 'Ihursday arid Ihroughout Hie ulght, lot I.SI.hI I.U Ilia irlu," i.,-.,j ,.l . ..... 1... .... ..'... ....'.., ""-";" "'" s jr.mutiy, wuieucat- rletl the tide away fiout theshore. " Mw UKIV.-.1,, March 10,-riie P(cugrtu' Helen 1 Filal lepurla a break lu the lotee ut LaionUI inle, tiny miles below, 'there Is much eitlleiuent thele. the water rushing through wllh great rapidity, llnless Ihe cicvasie 1 closed lunch damsgo will result. Mucins rmllluif lliiflmr. intic, March 10. Money v v ivenni riuinii. IUI HID ieUUiTlill 1UAII I i ( naiil klKintr nr 1111 fill1. llirn m, llm tlivii ......... .n. .. . .. 7 if.,, n7 v,7.a:.v,T ." ' ." ;V"J. ' .,."r!",.u",...uL .r.-rf..' -i T .-,"., :"': """ "." '.":'.'. ' ""c .'"-"me ,,.. VIU. ..unviiviii w.;Btei,uilcsi ..i.tiv-u luares. u m - L Keiluuoil Wai-es nf ir.. ii'.i,. l'ltiupEIl'lllA March HI Tin. iln,, t,u lougmg' ?oPfh "1 tbtt they aullclpaie no trouble when the new "le, adopted at ibelr last nieeilug, ihall p0 ,m Ullu !?f m?,mi? H ','f' ril0,",0,v "'"ln U based orr l&&$&?&9 "K ' huge mills the heaters will bo reduced from cs to 5' ',''. roller, froiu ,1 to iiuli.aud bi'lp"r, f eTof" the0band.CarJtJ M JS.,,.,? t'l?..""1'" "' "" lirtlSu. ' Cti ail M", pr Vr . .., m.Miii 41. iiiuiiey nu Mn. WhiiH. HiiiiMindiniminiitii !itW ." - t,,M. w. ..u iin.t.ni luiupairy tjl il viiiiL nin...i. in tt .. -....-....,,,, ,dii. in, nniLi fiuii iii'i uiiiviinir. ' 1 iip rimnritini-i.- n Mm iv .... i.. . .. ii iiiliii ass r",."",-.':,.,.,j'" "..i.i.'T "."'". .'d uy iiuiuu 1 -;-"."'., .:.'.::.::. ; ".'"."' . , which win .ansrv u,. sr.i ia7.:. :..r.v:,.", auaiinni iueuiier,ortiiaeuv..,n.,.v.-; ;...":.y Kus!i.,S S,s S 1 1:, jidWpiv: The Kr's:;;:" A : isy- a pat Hal reaction, alter which Ihe itiarl.t becamo J,'e''0. ' f . Urcus combination ha, induced a number of .torn, ol i.ial . !..-. V .7.. ,. tf,S. J".. . ..al'.0,a' A 1'lllLiDHl'lliA. I'a.. Jr.ir,.!, 1nn 6 lutll'onnii liirteated it.lni.ia r l,.,.i,... ... r:..i.T .. ,..,. .... I wutau. una ll lUUCUlgo lud lull to uln Ibu Irnni,., ;..-...-.' '., 7.7" "A" '. ""?" " "wnueiiieiij course. ,.., .. .,...;.;.....:. ...-". "eurgo l-. .I..,,. ....; j u ; 1 ..:."."- "-"'..","'. . ' 1 ..'.:.:.:" '. . MORNING AIAK01I 11, SOCJIKTY (Ml AT. A liltlvof Ktv-(lVti ci'lllli'iiipii ninl laitlus vlslliil Ihe (lovernnient School fur tho Induslila' Tialiilng of tndhn Yotillr at ftllHle Itvtracls on luosvliy, Invllatlnns were cvle ndetl hyfapt, 11.11. Pralt, and Ilio spei lal train of two cars was tigered bytlto Pcniisilvaiilv ilallroad fouipviiy, Ihe train lertUasliliiglnnats A M. and re it lied Carlisle at ilium, leaniiglhfttsshoillyafler 4 o'clock, It ar rived hereat fi P, JL, giving all ample time for vls lllng Ilia vIimiI ami returning on the Mine dsy. 'Iho now tell (le-vdlly all ill), hut tho guests were wel comed by Capt. I'laltut the station, and tlilvcn lo the llarracks Itrcarrligcs arid llerdlcs. Mrs. Pratt etiterlaliiedlhorotnpany at a handsome lirnclr at Iho NlllmtllttK.I.lt.lm.aI. ....,,.....,. ..-. . - . . km..';,., n ..in,-.,-, .inn n iiiui-ii s.as nieiiarr-tl tor oieh visitor to take back with them on thoevrs, Ihe a. u ihlldirn piesentoil satisfactory progress and an. tiearanre, and In the school-ioorns and work-shops gave full proof of their abilities and ad vancement. A lilting those who made the ttlu were Secrclaryand Mrs. Teller, Mlssleller.Cntnrnlssloner I tlru, senalor Logan, Senator ami Mrs. Hawley, llepresentithepeelle, ltepresenlallvoand Mrs.lleit- MAraitl, St.. U-.inlh. llll It- a..., ..... ..... il- V. ' ""-;'-"" i'i.iii mi. miu urs. ,i ii, rtrtl ler, Dr. and Mrs. Itankln. Dr.aiul MlsSuiiderlsn,i. lien, und Mrs.Whlltlesey, Miss Fletcher, Miss Cook, MlMlleuerlsnii, Mrs. Halt Mrs. Hall, Ur and Mrs. t r.llDhead. Miss ('lii'ster. iv,t. vttAVAt,.f,n i ,..-. Si'' -V1.'1 A"'."""". Mrs. Tullock, Mlss'scbl'more, Mlsa iilnii, Mr. nn. I Mrs. Smllli. Mr. and .Mrs. D .othtop, or llosloiii Mr, T. Y. Keau. Ill, Power. Dr. Oreeiie, Mr. and Miss Itradlev. Dr. and Sirs Ijelley, Mr. 11 P, Kane, Dr. and Mrs. fhild. Miss I lark, Dr.W)nktii, Dr.Walle. Mr.aml Mrs, Howe. Mr.lilckttitd. nnd.NIr, Paltrier. On Tlriirtiilfiy a illtlti;iillieil party wctil down to Mount Vernon on the Despatch, lite affair I'-lnggollen up tu honor of the Malagissy envoys, who .no now In this city tut diplomatic business. 1 lie Marino Hind accompanied the parly.nnd a hand winie t'olhllon was nerved In lliei'ildn, Amoiit those who went were Mrs. Mel Imjr. Miss Arthur, Seciu laiyaml Mrs. Krpllngliiiywii. the Misses Fiellnghuy sett, Mrs. fhamller, Mrs. Ulngsley, Mrs. Lleul. inniy, Miss Fii'iirli, AHMaichl Hey, Sefmr Harca, SeAiirilnlojr, Senalor Hill, or Colorado; Chinese Minister ami anllo, Jipinpsa Minister aud suite, Dr, "tiling, Admirals Worden and I'. II. P. ltndgers, llnwcll, lien. ( hauncey Mrh'eever, Hon, Mr.drlpr. Hawaiian Mlnlstpi, Mr. Ttecott. .Mr. Wlnthrop, ( iiiinuislore Walker, Hon. dnhn Kasson, Coininls sloiier Lining und Mis. Lorlng. Kenator Kalr gave a farotvell dinner tarty rnr this season at Woimley's on Monday evetilug, Iho long table In the west pnlor was lib! for forty, seven, and was det orate I with elaborate centro plecesanda wide border of fliinurs, Ihoso present were Postmaster Ueneral lloe, ex-Seualor David Dvvli, Senalots Arilhoii), fill, Cameron, Cockrell, I nuger, Dolpli, Farley, (Iroouie. drover, Harris, lllll, .lacksou, dtuias, dones of Florida, Jones ul V. t,' I.t"tar. I.iiphun, Jllller ot Caliromla, Miller of New v.ork, .Morgan, .McMillan, Motrin Piatt, Plumb, Piigh, sawvir, Slitei, Yanre. Vest. ooibees, Walker, Williams, and v Indniu, .lusllccs ami Miller, ux-buiutor Ilairow atut ex-Senator Ket- Tlit) l'roaitltilit Lfavd a fdrmrrtll illimrti- paily nn l.lsMMersoiriliiirstlHy eveiili.L', aiulacom- t 1. 1 t.t .. ....... a a I-J..J vi incillj-3ll VYtJie -iOHfM ai IHO Irtltld In Hie 4 tutu. 1 1 1, I sir. ,.-..... ili,..,n- .. u...iD.mhiiiK-.uuim. .4io i4uia waiMji wuuuower pieces In low form of decoration, ..ml the lUlos' nqueta IlKlUllF III.. .Iinlna.l -n-n. .-( ,....- ?.. ...w... ...u vmu.id.i luioj. uesiues mo i resnient iue couipany Included Mis, Hvvnswoilb, Mrs. and Miss Mel Iroy.Mr.tind Mts.aelh Fiench :tml .Miss French. the Altnriinv Opnrnl ntnl t. iim.,-,-. .,.,.... ,, . .. ...-c. oiunsici, V1-.3I8IHIII Secret try and Mrs. John Davis, Judno aud .Mis. iMircrori Davis. -Miss I lellnghuvsen, Sir. aud Mrs. Macalllster, of Philadelphia. Itepresenlallve ami Mrs. Madswotih, Mr. and Mrs. lolitt Field, Mr.aud Mis. Duer, Miss Walker, Mr. F. ,1. Phillips, and Mr. Wluthiup. Senator and Mis. Talmr left WlUaiil's on Friday iiioriiliiD-. and will makeu lonmr n. i..ia cities beforo leluinliig to Col.iri.lo. r'ulliei flu pello'bcoiitte In returning the ntarrlago reoor!oo and declaring tho rotui that he went lliroiigh as no terciumit of iniiilige lu Iho o)e of Ilio f hitrcb. Is I1II1J" ll I.VHIIHl li.luil in. nil it.l .. a n.a . . . '.. ".", ".; l,",n' "" w'3H".t. ,i nr&i ii was MUM I lift I all 'I almp .Ie.iiIa.1 ,1... I ...... r I. i 1 . .,. .... ,,.uu. UUII,U,, ,,IC, biuhui mi Having' nein iiianlfslluHt, IsOulsUntSepiemOei. but It Is prolu- l.t.l til I t limit is. Ill .1 ...I I... !. . .... .1 . . ' "" niv j ,. nmipi iij in u icji.ii i ereinouy nowt Mr. Iloracii 11. lllll and Mhs Julia II, Sterling, or San Prim Itco, weie nun led tjiiletly at St. John's Church on Weilnesdtt evening. Mr. and Mrs. lllll left lutuiodlilely after t tits ceremony for Now lork, and salted fur Kuropo thliweok. As MIssSIci ling the brldo has spout two winters Iter as tho guest of Mrs. Senator Jones, on Capitol lllll, ami her hippy marriage. Is a subject or lougratuutlon fr our all her rrlcuds. A inoatenjoyable luncheon jiaily waa given lastlhuisday afternoon by Miss Lllcu JIcCouucll, at hei lesldence, on tho corner or Nlulli and M streets northwesl, In honor uf Miss halo Hills, or Cleveland, who Is visiting friends In Ihls ellv. Among those present were Mrs Charles Hills, Mrs. Hubert Srbut ter, Mis. Harry Sherman, Mis. Dr. Kveiette, Mrs. Clatk, Mit, Anthony, Mlssl.jinaii, Mrs. Uenedlct. ami uthers. The Jla-scotte Chili vras tlHliglitftilly eu teitjluedtiuriblay evenltig.it the residence of Mr, 11. P. Dotrrr, niv Massachusetts avenue. A very pleasant time was bad. Ptesent. Mls.es May and Mil llonu, losephlne and Irene Koones, Wluters, la)lur. hchathlrt, Hennle, Hodgerj, aud Jlessrs. Mil, v Inters, and Mlddlelon, .Mayse, T'a)lor, 'Iodd, louiuey, Srhullels, llronrpsuu, ami Phillips. TIik ri,ya! ag nf Madagaicar, a white lltll with scarlet crown and letters nu It, has been living fiont the Arlington since tho arrivalof the Knvo)srroiit Madagascar. Col, Wlckham Hoirnnu vias deputed by tho Stale Department to receive and escort the tolTee-cnloied gentlemen to the Capital, and these envojs with the loug names are entertained as the guests or Ihe nation during Ibelr stay here Poslmastei Geneial Howe gave a dinuet parly on 'I uesdry evening Ht which there were pres ent ex-senator David D ills, Senator and Mrs. lllll, henatnr Motrin, senator and Mrs. Angus Cameron, Mrs. lugcnellale, Haron von Sbaelfer, M.Weckher llu, Mrs. hranklfattou, Mr. and Mrs. lllalne, Mrs. ei-tenalor Stewart, -Miss Page, Col. and Mrs lotted, and Mies Anna Tottcn. Peie Hyaclntlio and his wife, Mine. I.oy son, will corao to this country In Juno, and travel extensively through tho United States for somo months. 1'ero Hyaclntlio has been engaged todcllver a imirBo of lectures through tho North and West, and, as ho speaks a clear and fluent Fugllsh, ho Is counted upon as proving the mo.t attractive of lecturers to American audlcncc3. Tho Attorney General and Mrs. Brewster gave a dinner party on Monday evening, at which Vr, ," i ' re ,uenI Anlmr' ilTH -MrFlroy, ( HiiMrrBiingimysen. Mn joJm Iiavls. Mrs Jnsehb , iuie, ...ra. uou uaincion.aiiaa walker, MlssKvarts, I Mrs. 'I limn nan it Mr nml tin vrn.om.i.. it ..' ""' ArMarchl Hoy, M. Weckerleit. and Mr. win. .. ' .... fllr3' "n" Ml8s McI;lroy ' tlio White it... - i-, , . . ..--.. ' 8 " V'"Ur ""rttinWl "'0lr long and agree . "'""'''" t" ' -resiueni. rney were accornpan cd it jsevr lorrruyjir. and Miss French, who liavo been tilt i'mairtonr la irnocle Inw il, rn -i ...w . .,..,. ,. ,.k.,0 ,ul luu .,., mu nays, airs, Havnsworth,.ur Albany, tho elder sister or Prosldent Aithur, will remain here for some weeks longer, Mr. Homer I,. I'oninl, son nf ox-Hepre-sentalivo Pound, cf AVIsconsIn, started for blj futuro home at Harley, Idaho, ou Tues lay night Mr. Pound Is to l.a register ot the land oitlie at that point, aud lo further prepare himself for a career In that rich lululug country has been ludylng assavloir at the Pblladelphl ( Mint for Iho past je ,r. ,'"l .Mrs. Chain lm gave a iliiiuer party tut Mon dayrvenlng, the Sectelaiy of thu Navy belug uual.le lu be lueseut on account of Illness, 'I hose Presmt were -Mrs, Kinsley, Harou vun ITseinlecker. Cotn modoie Miufol.lt, Senator, Logan, llatvley, Krve llolllnt, Hlalr, IJiiriuau.theruiau, Alllsoii.aiu! Ileek! Col. (leotgii llliss, ind Mi T. 11, Musgrave. Mm. Kate Chase aiul her fhlhlreu have been eslabllshed al their I dgewood home for tho past fortnight, .Mrs. Clnse visited lire Capitol last S tttir lay In company with tho wife mid daughter t.r Hep. rts-ehtallvo Crowley, and occupied a seal In I lie Serrate gallery ror borne lime. Mrn. iTellnRhuysen ami her .laughters I hclJiulloalargoierepllouon WeluetiUyaflernGoir. I T belt series of Thursday eveulng iixepllnusarodls. ii.nllimed for tho present, but II Is prulublo that i aller ratter lliey wllliesuiue Iheiu fur a short while. Keltlier lleuatoi aiul .Mis. Sawyer um HenatoranilMie, lllll were pltieiit at Iho Tabor I wedding, as some rorrespoii.lent, erroneously tele graihed lo their pipers on Iho ulgblor the (ere liiony. lleprent'iitutlvH la;ii ami nx-Kepii'tenta. tllomij Alls llareltnn went to New Yoikuulues myiileht fora.hoit visit, teliirnliig hereagaln be fore Ihe) leave for their Iwitiei. Heiiator ami Mr. Mheriuuu, Heuator ami Mis.laliniiuds, aiiilei-llepienenuiiveanil Mri.llub. I wiit.4H atiiotig i uuso wnu intend mak tig the CallluinU lour ibis .uiunier. MuJ.dt'oigu M. Downey, captain Twmty tlr.t liifantrr.aridMr. llownet arilvrd at the Kbbltt llnii.riln.t ll,,iui,v .... i i.r. ii...... i... .. . the West. ' ' I in .... eiue oiiain iviiapii, oi lirooKlyn, vy 10 has i been vlslilng her frleud. Ml.s lilaufbe 'lldball of I Nineteenth meet, itluiiiedlobcr houieou Iburidsv ' '"' Mai. ChnrLw A. W.L-,.11 ,.,i..r r'i........i. !:.-'.' ,.,.T.- :.!!'! s 1 .,, :,;;; ;:" : i: : .:. 'z" v: i . ,.,. ,.n ii ., ' .1.: Ir" " ' " ."'' "i 111 IMra I'l-inbtiroll rfsvi. ,1 Imwl. .n... ii... --. iivvitnvM (,ii v w tuuvu iuh ijr uij iHllJ (lav In hr.ilHs f frd tvi.,..r n...i mV. ,r . ' ," "' ' t-"u' '""' "'' ""worin. Miss oMaude Oouioriieur will visit Mr. I Patlctsou, In Philadelphia, on the I lb instant. Mr.. rlM,n. ..,., l.ot !..... ... - ..1-1. . . : aoruou, in iiodTounly ' l Hepreseutatlve and Mrs. Hlscock left tor , their ticuro pull eJncsday a.,rUpaarryaouIri3ue?I,)e"aU S tiu nanyou lue.Jii) Senator and Mr i. I'ryo left for their liom lu Maine on Wednesday. U0 .. . -... ----".-" -- ".v ....... . ..,,., uuiuii ,,.r;...i0.. v .......:;.-..:.. .---:'. ..-v.-.w- ititt i.e ir ift .,1 m ut (1,1,1 1 ii..i. . iiaitni: uauu iiuriroiej. wora nor t.tne.1. ihnnm. 1 iiw mu inai e 11 mil iu iue racrno i;oaii Ibis scrlnrr. 1881. TIid Dnko do Mnrny, of Paris, wai roRli tcred at Mormlev's list night. Ills father, It Is well known, was Inir brother or Napoleon III, being a yotirrtrer sort of Horlense. born afiMr her Sfiiai-fttrftit from King Louis. The elder de Momy tlgitrcs as do Moia lu I millet's mnriil novel, "Tho Nabob," Mid theporlrilturewasrmognlrcdlti Paris as Iny. Inr; beeir etliemelT lire-llko. 'Iho present dukelsa ytniiig inan In tho twenties, with nolhlirg lir his fsvor lint wealih and rank, wllh a bar sinister but ono generation liehliiit him, IDs principal relehtlly Is duo In the lerent suicide In hUapailinenls ot Hie be iiillful llussliu actress, Mile. Feyghlnn, afler he had alnuiloiied her. Ills visit lo Ihlsroitiitry Is nn- mk, ii. m in niTa uteii ituiieriaKert in pursuit ot a hope mien. p. .... I I. ,. ....... ...l..a. ... a....... . ... ..,..rfK.,i ,.j uci iiiiiuiertit inniryins nil AllteriCtll linlrns, Miss Kernochiii. lint that scheme vsas rnrstrateil by tho lady's sudden ntarrlago to Mr. llobert Pell, which rainal such a sensation In Sew voiksoclelya raw days since. A very ulenint iniislcilo wai olvnn nn Ihursday evening last at the icsblonreof Mr. tins. i iiciiMihi, 16 rotirlh slreet soulheasl, Inhonor of that geiitloinau's recent return rrom Xaw Zealand, where his accompanied Ihe Transit or Venus parly. Tho Mojartoicheslra rendered sotnenf their llnest selec tions, and Miss Hertle Crawford ruined tho assem blage wllh a very pretty Tyrolean song. Among the guests were the Misses ltosalhellkiibl. Oil la Adams, Anulotllhson, Hello Carroll, Virginia Mnrphv, Leila Lo Dan In, .Mamie Jeffrey, Slay HratT, Mae Wright, barlolle llescz, llerltnde Stepper, Mamie Crawrnrd, Katledrair, and Messrs, .1. M, Lamb, LonU Mchol son, N. I.orup, II. Klrkwooil, Hubert Kellogg, K.P, l'pliiiii,t'ait N. D.Ailams, Pntfessor IMI.lmuilrli, Charles Kaspar, A. Howies, A. W. Tyler, .1, It. (lib. son, William Long K. W. Slone, Prutessor M agrrer, Dr. 1 redcilck M. Schttelier, and A, W, Tyler, ,lr. J Mr. ninl Mrs. llnwaid K. llinras passed IhroilBll our cltv sesterdav. pn rimlA fur tli.,1- tmw home, New York rliy. .Mrs. Hurras, uoe) M'heaton, or Savannah, (la,, will lm welcomed In the Mettop- nit. ,,,.,t I... ,. .- .(.., .... ... .1. .-...., .... .iv, ,., ii,j iiiciius in ner out tioilie 111 too Sunny Siitilh leleaso her with many legrets. They VVflrn si.mnih,nl..l lit, II- .... I ,... ,. .. ....- ,-..,, v. ..j ..ii, iiiiii ,i, Iflliuup, SVIIO witnessed their marriage last week In Savannah and traveled with them through Morhli. Mr. J. F. licituti. Iho lather or the bride, who accompanied ho hippy puly to Waslilngtoii, has also returned to his home In Savannah. One of Uih iileaiatiteit liinclt jiartle of the week was that ghen on Monday last by Ihe ollicers at- iv..ci hi um rresiiieui's yacnt, trie iiespitch, now nt llin Vitru S'.t.t 'I.i.a ..-.,. a...,...,, i , . ... ........... .... . ....,.,,,, t ,-,,,,, ,i,o I'usiitien, now at Ihn Nave V.t.l. '1'l.n h.fih i.,ai.,.ia.i si.. ,mi. tott, ol Haltlmoret Miss Nllos. her enest; Misn'rian-i. gher, .Miss Anna Hendorson, and Miss Anna Wilson. 1 he table was profusely decorated wllh flowers, and the llllich Blirh as tmlv IIid.m ir. limit .. nm,.. canal range. M r. and Mrs. (leorge Haas have issued in vitations to the marriage of their daughter" I.otti lo Mi. I'd ward Volght, Jr., at St. Mary's Church, the -i tit Instant, at? o'clock, 'Ihe groom expectant Is the roreinin or the Jewelry establishment ot Mr. Wil liam I'relderlrh. Itehearaala are going on at the residence or Miss Walto for pilvale theatricals, lo beglven Paster week for Ihe benefit of the free dispensary. A number or prominent )oung la lies and gentlemen are In the cast of characters. Col. ,1. 0. Tilford, of the Army, Mr3. Til ford, and Miss Neita Tllfonl arrived In this city on Thursday last from Now York, and will remain dur Itiir the month or March. Miss Tilford Is pur"Ulng her auulles In Vew York. A very large delegation of yditng society people tiom Hiltlmore will come over In a special train tu-inonow night tu make a visit to the Skating Itlitk, lu return for the visit or Wasblngtonlans made to llaltlmore. I.Ifiit. AiiMden and family liave given up thelniuarters at 2010 (1 street. 5lrs. Alusderiand her little daughter will leave ror her home In Ohio to morrow. 'Ihe Lieutenant Is atftcned to the De epatrli. Tins fourth meeting of the MVat Washing ton Hucl il Club iihik placotni l'tbli) menlng last at tho lesldence nf Miss Lull i shoemaker, .i:ui M street. I bete was a full ttleiidauce.auda goo.1 time was had, Invitations aitniit for the maiiiage of Mr. Henry L. Dauterlck to Miss ,mella C.Helmiitli next Wpdnesdiy etetilng, at V n't lock, lu thu Cnncnrdla Cliuith, iiuuertif lwentlethaii.il streets. Mts.Tlioinni A. Osborn, wife of the United States Mlnlsterlulliaxll. Is stopping with her aunt, Mot. Col. YedJer, for a short lime. She will sail Tor llrazll In a week ur two. Paymaster Gait, of the N.ivv, and wife have taken patlois at IS110 street. Ills sister. Miss Annie (lalt, orNorrolk, Is still vlslllngtheui. The wiftt nf Maj. Nicholson, of the Marine Corps, and Lieut. Jesup Nicholson ami wire will sail for America about April 1. Miss llnrtli, of Tennessee, daughter of ex-feergeml-of-Ariiis Uureh, Is paving Iter frleud. Miss Almy, a short visit. The Hohemiaii Club will give their neit regular seurl-rnorilhly hop at Sheldou's Hall ou Easter Mornl t) night. Mr. nnil Mm. P. 1' lta,su r t-'is ..... ,. . a , LlfcluGII) ,J lij Thirteenth street, gave a large danclne nartv last evening. Missliesaiis llran-rtHi-. nf lialltmnpu Ml 1 visiting her sister, Mrs. Joseph Ualley, on Mghth mi eer. Mrs. S. S. liassett and Miss Hassett, of New York, are inaklug a short visit lo this city. Mrs. M. .'. !os3 and daughter have gone to Fortress Monroe foru hi lef visit, Miss Lena Smith, of this city, is visitinir lu Plltslield, Mass. NEWS POSTSCRIPT. Tub second section of the ".Act to alTditl assistance and relief to Congrcssand the Kxecutive De partments In tho investigation of claims aud demands against the Government" (which becamo a law on thO laStdaV Of the Ses.loni l Of trri-t lmr,nr,on" in n -. .., .... g.var ....I.",,.,,,. iu a lirjfecUssof clilnnnts ana to executive officers. It TA.liU fid fflllntca. Il'lhat i l,n n .... .... . ....,.., "" "'. viaiiii ur niauer is pend log In any or tho r.xecutUe Departments Milcli ItiaV (ill. iL a rnntrni net.., I n,.ne,str . . . liwil of sucli Depirtinont may transnilt tlio same, Willi tlif X r-111rli(ira n tnari isrA.fa .i -1 ..' "" .-- .see t- -ij'S.B IUUI9, tllUl UUCUU1CU19 penalnlnc thereto, to salil court, cttie Court of Claims, j .111(1 lll.l sllliA Rlllll Ik ftiAra nro-ood.,1 l ...i ...Js. - " " "" -. neii,i,i,iicii iu UdUCl BUtll rules ns tlio court mayaUopt. AVlien the facts ami i-ujjL-.ubio.iBoi inv tu in nivo necn found, tho court Fhall not enter JuJcment thereon, Imt olnll report Us wis transmitted for Its guidance and action. " It ikh u bcui tusaiuciiditiiteiiiai omccrs may. under this :tft rl.l tliastit-.il trad nP nil n...t. . . . . ....i it.tittniieuicjui tin uminiii(.tui law or MCI In ntitr Hint Inr ia.1i! Mi enmao iiAr.i.A ib.m i .. ,..., . . v - "" "'"in i ut hi uj iiiiviiiK lilt? faccretary refer the same to the Court of CMlins, whero Ir Will liA fmllrvtnllir 'nvaotU..I ...! .!..-' . . . ,"-" iHiwiiiini uuuj uuifrmiueu. Arter rccelvlnca leportfrom tho couit tho Depart ment will have no responsibility but toboculdedby Inn ilflrltlnn Hint ilitilniul nn.i t.. . t... .. ' ... ....,. a v,. .,i1Ul nun iu JiViV iNCICUU The question of whether tho Treasury Department can legally withhold tho pay or members orcougrcaswho are Indebted to the Government Is exciting considerable attention Just now. The 1 Irit Comptroller or the Treasury assume! that It can, and so Informed thoTroasurer lu the case of iteprescnta live Ochiltree. The Solicitor of the 1 reasurv is in. clliuil to doubt the legalltyof such a decision. Ho had !. i..tu.i-... ..in. ,... - - ' . ....s... av u-,..u, t,.w ivtsniui tu a hi, 11 v. uct-iaiuu. iiuiian 1 .. iuki ugqntu ockii-irtij ruitrcr jeaieruay arter- " -... j-u.ii , uiiuKuiuutuiibiuerti umutu u uuuer ru's shut, ilirht wIipm i.a wrono us a matter i.r nm.iin nr,iiB inuiiiii.c.ini.J.ii,! i. ... i.. .. . .", -"Un wuere lie KiiSeStiffl'f.": ... . . . .. ..--: --- bis aciount, as marsh tl ol Texas. The application fur a (omiiromlw of thl, taw ror SOU has not let beeir acted upon. Hon. Ilosroi: Conkiikii ami other coutisel for patties lit the Chaudler-PoileiiTell scrip case made aiguutent bororo Ihe Secretary or the Interior lesterday, 'Iho Chandler tase luiolies title lovalua Ide lauds bordering ou the faut Salute .Marie Hlier. Michigan. Chandler's claim had alread) been re jected by Hecretary Teller, but rearguuienl wa, allowed lu determine more ipetllltally thenppllca bllllynf Puiteirield scrip Thern'cietiry held In Ids iitlgtual deiUloii Hut Ibis scrip timid be located only upon public lauds In n slate or natnie, but Chandlei'ir lepiesentatlresiontondthat Ibis ruling Hat vailaucu wllh pieilou, decisions, The case Is oneut much tnleiest lolaud uttoruoys, The iiiemhers (it tlru Civil Service Coinmls tlou tailed at tho Pieiuilie Mansion )cterdiy afltr 110011 and bad a short ct'urerenco with the Piesldeut lu irgard lu the general plan of operation lu beob erved Iu earning the law Into die. 1. II was agreed Ihat Ihe Pomnilwlnii ihuul 1 1 icpare 11 set of ml., lu legurd It; lho(ueih,u, under Ibelr Jurisdiction and mbu.lt ibcru lu the Presl lent for hlauppruvul The election of a ibler eiiiulucr under Ihe foiuuiHiluit has not) it Kerr igreed iihju. Ir is anuouiieeil that ivsistant I'.iviini.ti- ; -4.-.. uw ...,mu..., I,.,,,, ,,, IUIIU UeotgeM Allen, of the Nav), will lender his li.lt;. Haute , Ind.) I,, vaiiiHI'lepii.iwil, . , ,, , , . ""' fuIlowiiiBoriU'ia Weie isstieil from the fay llepailmeiit yvtviiliv Passed A .-,1.1.1,1 v,,t. " - ''""""I N- Hlevensou nrderesl 10 (Mail Vuney lul. Lliut. Cuniuiander HeoigeC. Heller, detat bed I r; Nh.r',r'A tv-wr i mti!rml',,,uuuu"',!' '"i'.m.u - 1 ElueeroiUcer, Tho station, of Col. tlltotf. Malor Nlllitr nti1 ntliAt. ntllisr.r. .. , 1. ...... .1 " Kv H114W111UI vui.VIHII1lJU4UJ'tlU tub Tallapoosa, which arrlvod at the Kor- 'oU' N,avr Vara l'rlday momiug, 1, detained there by "' B!l10 r'Wl'iil! "'"ns the coast, ' ,pl V"0,"Cr ""' .r. b.eil'd'isc&ihall,1 JV.-W ..."cK J.r s.,i 1 had upon Ki,Pa to "JudgellKsell in WKl:. f uhathe never kuow any taic'ipersiuajJ. '. I '' ' 8l,a. ",'"luli'uyi',"rKavotiiiua chc-k fir fW.""""'" wuatevir and ho relierated the denial IS THIS WIOQINS'S? Itnln, Snow, mill It lull AM n iH Pre Slltllllg, NKvtoiinT. 1!. I.. M-it-oii in.i .nn li M A heavy rain-storm set In at II o'clock A. M. Tho wind Is living, ami at rronrr was blowing very fresh, litis. ton, Msrch to S to P.M. V special dispatch from Newport si)- tremendous sea Is tunning hcio. Iholldesarevcry high, and now roarhtnthe totmf Hie wharf Idiles. Many resident are ev. tremcly riitvous. I he surf row a II ha not done fur veirs, and Spouting ttock Is sending up roliiuis of water loan unusual height, A telegram from lllgh niul Light sajs the wind Is southwest and fresh. Iho Indications ate that a heavy gale Is coming nn. Pmmoi Til, Mats., Mitch 10 2 3d P. JL It commence 1 tn storm ut noon hens, and It Is now raliilnglnrd. Tbevvlnd Is blowing violently, and Increasing troni the nnrtheist, with a very roll sea. U'lllffrLtLll Vt.a 1I..-1. In l-l. l.. ," "I --., ,'iisi.i, i-inn ivseui- firili now-storm of the soisnn began at It o'clock till fornnnn. ill. .,,t.l,. ..t.l.iiv .... .!.... .................. .... nn.inillJI lfl.l. ,,,,,, o D, ltll.ll during nny storm this evson. The birometer Is lower lb m it ins been ror a. voir. 1Ut.ni.sr, N. S., March lo-5t3,i P. M. The Woather hern Isnrerrasl sn.l n ilmm ttie.tann,! i southwest breeze Is blowing. Thero aro prospect ot mow and rain, but tmihing to Indicate a storm or un usual seventy. (Htvwv, osr., March in-inn P. M. A heavy uoir-sltirtti Is now In progres bore. Sr. ,lon v, N ll.iMarrlilo-.il. M. Iherewas a strong breere rrom the miitliwest early this morn ing, but It has slum subsided. 'Iho weather Is now calm and cloudy, with ttioappoaranfeof rain, Ciiirititi, March HI, A light snow I ratling here. rliB weather through iho Nnrthwest Is generally cloudy to-day. SsVFi'.VNneto, 5larth 10. thero aro no signs or a storm on tho Paclilp Coast. ProLW Igglns's proph ecy trlghteiied some persons. A Herman resident ha built a small ark and placed Hon liUronr, ready for tho thlal wave which wa announced to sweep through the Oolderr (lato. Si. Liiint, March 10 Feir of Pntfessor Ig glns's alorni ha icaehed bote. About IW flshernien oporilooutbo -Mississippi and ou the Illinois Itlvers rrniiibl. Loul lo Penrla, and they ire said lo have all taken their net nut or the river until Wednesday next. Fish aie consequently settee, 'I he weather Is cloudy, wllh a rather high and gusty wind. Nr.wVuuh, March 10, (here wore heavy Hoods on tint Atlantic Coast tin long Island to-day. in Jatinlct, Hempstead, mid Ihe (Iroat South Hay the tide wa higher it noon to-diy than In been known for inanv jears. Tho lowlands wero covered with water. As far as could be learned there Ira been no serious darnago to properly or loss of life. At . -. . -'"--J. " - t.nuo ivk. ,,er' in iiiu siteeis, ami the cellar or houses wore swampod. i iii.niiiir ma iur,F en. ,.,.. r... ., .-... ,.. .,.- .. . ..IH-.1IIKAI-, aiarcit ro. inero Isgreat danger or heavy Hoods lu this vicinity, as the St. Lawrence Is rising laptdly. should rilit rollow the present heavy snow -storm, nolhlni; rait prevent an overflow. People llvlflt f... 4 1... I.-,.. I....1. . .1. . I . I m .. ..'.i; i, nu, luttiaiius near trie uauKsor i no river aro becoming seriously alat nied, Haih-'w, N.S., .March 10. lite wind Is Increas ing In violence every minute, and Is now blowings heavy gate, Itiln Is falling heavily. The tide, which will nut bo at Its highest until nearly 10 o'clock, Is at this hour 5 o'clock) wllhln two feet or the wharf top. LvvctlliL'itn, Vs., Marrlr 10. The wealheryas. terday was unusually rnllj, followed at night bya brisk hall and heavy rain-storm. Iho snow Is several Inches deep In Ihe southwest. HIS PA STABBED. " I hear yon Itatl burglars over to vnur house lastiilgtit," said the grocery man to tho bad tioy, as ho came In and sat ou tlio counter right over a little gimlet hole, where the grocery man had Hied a darning-needle, so that by pulling a strlug the needle would lly up through the hole aud ruu Into the boy about an Inch. 'Ihe gioery uiaii had been laying for the bov. for two days, and now that he had got him light over the hole the first time It made him laugh tO tnltlk hOW lilt Wllllt.r luaLalilm l.o.in an., .-Il ..!?., - - ...w ...,u j,.,,,,. a,,u JUII 11111 as he edged olt and got a good hold or the suing the boy looked unconscious of Irrrpeudlug dauger. The grocery man pulled, aud tho boy sat still. He pulled again, and ogam, and finally tho boy said: "Yes, It Is ierleil that we had burglais over there. Ob, )ott needn't pull Ihat string any more, i licardjouvvMsettliig a tup i,ir iU8t an,i ! ,lt piece or a board Inside iny pints, and thought t would letyoiiejerclsoiourseir. Ho ahead, ir Itamuse voir. It dotr't hurt me." Thu gtocery man looked sad, and then smiled a swerv wn.t ut ....ii.. .. ,t... ..ii j - " o,.,., . mu iiiiiuiu iii iiis inan iu jiunclurotboboy, and then ho said, "Well, how was It. 1 he pollcoiuan didn't seem to know much about the particulars. Ho said there wa so much deviltry going on at )uur housothat nobody could tell wheu anything; was serious, and he wa inclined to thluk It wasaput-upjob. ','Nowle''abaveaiuiiidertaudlng, " Hays the boy, " Whatever 1 say, you are not to glso ute away. It'aago, Is It? I have always been arrald or voir, becauseyuir have a s.vrt of decayed-egg look about you. ou aro llko a peck ot potatoes with the bier nnu.inlnh n an r. a ..I .. , . ..." ...,v4Uu .,., dsu.,u. j aiiawuerry-uox Wltlr ttie bot- toni rased up.no I have thought voir would cu back I oil tl fell.iti . tint If ...,, 1..,,.,. ,. .. ... ... . "--:. -,-.- "" """ . Kim ttieaway, uere F.V ,',"1,''ea '. l"ni" le !' to bring up another liottloor lluluient last night, n hen matorks herself, or has a pain anywhere, slid Jut use liniment for all th it Is out, and. i pint bottle dout last more thaua ?wk, Ve" ' ,ola "'y'1'1"". -ind vte laid for pa. This llnliuent ma uses Is otful hot, and almost blister. Pa went to the l.anglry show and did not get homo till 11 o'clock, ami me aud my thrrrrt decided to teach pa a lesson. I don't thluk It Is right for a man to go to the theatres and not take hi wire or his littlo boy. So we concluded to burgle pa. We agreed to lay on tho stairs, aud when he came up iny chum was lo hit him on the head wllh a dried bladder aud I was to blab bltn on his breast iwckel with a stick aud break the liniment bottle aud make blm think he was killed. It couldn't have worked bettar It we had rehearsed It. We bad talked about burglarsat supper time arid got pa nervous, so when he came up stairs and was hit orr the head with the bladder-the itrat thing he said was Mlurglus hv mighty, ' aud he started to go back, aud then 1 hit hlru orr tho breast pocket, where the bottle was. and then we lushed by him, down stairs, and s.a ' 'J1 , whisper, 'I guoss he's a dead mau, aud he went down cellar aud up the back stairs to my loom and undressed. Pa hollered to ma that be was murdered, and ma called me, and I came ilowu lu my nlght-shlrt, and the hired girl she' came down, and pa was on the lounge, arid ho said his lire-blool was fast ebbing away. He held his hand . . ... "","u u,m "" "o couiu reel the warm blood trickling clear down to his boots. Hold pa to stuff some tai iuto tho wound, such as hu told me to nut on my lip to make my luuiticlio grow, and ni said 'My boy, this Is no time Inr trllllug Your pa Is oi Ids last legs. When I come nn stairs I met sir biiriT lars, and I attacked them and forced four of them down, and was going to hold them and send for tho police, when two more, that 1 did not kuow about. Jumped on me, and I was getting tho best of them, when ono of tbcm struck rue over the head with a crowbar aud the other stabbed me to thu heart with a butcher kulfe 1 have received my death wound, iny boy, and in hot houthern blood, th it I ottered up so freely for inv country In her time of need, Is passing from mv body, and soon your pa will be only a piece or poor clay. Get some Ice and put on my stomach, and all ...v ..-j ......, .... . ,,, v.ituiiii: ii. i went to the Water pitcher and got a cbuuk of Ice and put luslde pa's shirt, aud while ma was learim. ,, .,! ... . .1 ... to stop the flood of blou.1 1 asl cd pa If ho felt belter tiud If ho could descrlbethovlllalnswho bad murdered blur. Pa gasped aud moved his legs to get them cool from tho clotted blood, ho said, and Ire went on, 'One of them was about six foot high, and had a sandy mustache. I got him tlow n and hit him 11 Iho nose, and ir the police find hlru Iris nose will be broke. The secoud cuu was thick- set, and weighed about two hundred. I had bin, down, and my boot was on his neck, and I was knocklne two more, own, when I was hit The Uriel: set one will have the mark or boot he. u nn 1,1. .1,...,. ,. ... ..'" liuiiif. tv 11 I'll i .1111 'nnn u.iuit police, wheu I am gone, ibout the booi.beei ...irt. , 1. :.. .. -.--., .uv.,k lllv tytAiiiiit: Jiy tiiui line minau ot the skirt tor-a un -ii, i -n- Vi. TU", -- - -...-....... (.,,,., auciuiiuii inn ,ri.L.n lt ,. ,1,. , 1. . ..n.i ... ... .... :: - .- .... ..w ...... ..,.,,, ,., ,ai nu naa latienou the st ill sand broke his bottle, and that thern,..,ni.i..;.i on h 111, and bo said. 'Ho joii rueatr 10 tell luoiuvbody aud legs are not bathed In human gore" and then ua got up and found It was uuly liniment. He got uad "'" h'l .'"It"".., ."..!'" -roo'-a'anj g, .. .. b "? tM "mviu vh uis ieet aj It was tnlltiir tt.Ain rlfilit tlit-n....!. ..., . " " " eating, ben, rlgh, through ,0 Mte utti, a id the" . he saw my ihuui put his head lu the door I with ono gallus hanging down, aud pa looked at 1110 and Ihcn be said, " Look-ahere. If 1 nud out ltws)oubo)sihitpiitupibUiobouiuo I'll 1 ii, iii !!r"n.0."1,?.V.''1.1.'','u'.l,l.,U'?,,.u''"'' I'lliua'le .. --" -v. j. ..j.,.. ,,ni 111111K liniment I, Ice- 1 ream In tuuipirlsou.' toll ,a it didn't look reasonable that ino aud my t bum mull be sit hurir. lars, tU fiet high, wllh our nose broko. and boLr lieeliiiatkstiuouriieik, and pabo said form logo 'J""wl'lr ,"" glioblur a chance lu n olt that lliiluuul. and we letlred. Say. how does nv pa ,tilke)oiiasagiKid single-handed liar" and be boy weui up lutbu louuter while the grucery riau weutaftei ascullhtofioal t"eiy mau liithomeintlnioonour the Ktocer) man's best tus tomets, a deacon In tho ihurili, had cniuelu arid sat loHiiuutheioiinter mu the tlarulug-iicedle. anlal Ihegroieryinaii caino Hi with the coal the boy pulled tho siting and wont out door ind llppel Jui i basket of rutabagas, while Ihe deacon got down on the ruuuter wllh his hand rl uped and anger In elerv feature, and lol J the grocer) man he could whlriblui 11 iwu minute,, the gncr)inn asked what was the matter, and the deacon lim.t,,l up the source from ulieliiiirl.Hii-iri.liiu.i.,..l1d. ,.. .. vw .u"t .-- v.-iu. luiuuKuuiu Counter and as the boy went across the street the deacon aud Tlio Miorltliui l.xfruellllo.i. Tiro rjtate DMriarlniMiil 1,,,., ... ..1.-...1 .. t.. , eut le Ul hi , the ,cZ!' i.f'li'- I",'"". KJ,,,U- i'rrL.t ... i i" ,f,v.,,',c.",,"i ..'.''. ".""" .'." M'o ..mm.,,,, ,-.,;... '..t; ":."'..;".. .'cr , w- iCr,,.u.,il,r,v.ui.-.7,o;.v,.uJ,,oun; 'i-eii ii c.i iu auauuou lutlbii piuuedlugs. the 1 --t- -- .--v'. v.aie,eiriteiiiui uaiy luaLear, I II I' IIIHlll II. A ll.ullt. ,.r ,1.. .... .. ..... . '. 'w--.il MldilL, utiil Mw PiikIih.i SIIUU'I 111 tllrt I. II If 11 lfuirtAti uWV-,'""', I,".'"'!,11 UU'J.'1''' .""' ud nei. ,7,7 y:.,.::"".,'"'""""' " i.n rhireV.o.ylir -. V.11 lli.i finntt. n,ii...itii.V.. .'. .. .. .,-r..r..-n .t,..ht.t..t7, u,i., mrj VI1JU UIIUV Nlllllli- Cool, fair weather I, tndlCJitod ou Moudar In the ' ouir. bouib, and Middle vtlaul.c ,,5!?,"," " llciiitiiiiKol Htm,,,,, Uuliilun. MomiB.Ai. Mar li lu - Tho mujhH of John Qnlolau, th,. 1 smancatliollebi'uopotlb'.ato- llelu,tateattl,elafh:,nlill, e- aTmor. . wY ' minnlwiurnkv vivo " w" . liai)ll'l.lll.lSMIJIHttlV.Ill 111! I i l , , THE l'RENCH REPUBLIC. ltnireiiliiic fsiirlnlftf lr Oomnnefrn limit-V Nloritiy Berlin In liir Clinm. Insr. I'vHto, March 1" Muntcpii of tIIH n-.lr (trvfrnl visitM-dT Itare Iseen risnterrred to v.-i, . teirm of linpil'i.rimeiil, the inavlinniri belnir Vir iflofilh.. cevrn of Hie pilttmers have Imm a(uuiil,,i Ttr fowrnineiit will inwllltely picveht the .,,, , : '. ineMiHf nf Hmiall.t In tmirrnw, Nnnn,ni 1,. allowisiftn ar.prffirh tho llolelde vlll. J 1 he ,f.rr( sat these meeting are iiterelr or. (Hintirjofi grind dl,play to t mad. on the'sd, Iv-'m'-v ,'." ,,, r""n'r of DepiitlM to-day M Sj,i''.ea?,V.",lTT,l;.MI,,,,,,'r ftf ' "iliHor, reply LtgloM, -aul tie Caagnac, avid that reptiblh aru ctirttletnnett and tnnn.rpi.i.i. .. .. .. :.'.." ....., meellng. '1 te (iovrrnmen sal I, wrm 1 en'or e nrdor with all Ihe iirMt, at it iii.Tmnf. " JI. tie Casagnc lirntestrtl agalnvt the charMs lnadflaea n.tn.nimeel.l.t. n ......'..". cnarges public ., answenhlo for' the ,,?, " '"- " vi. berry wa In nwer thebeonatrv.i M. Wa1ilerk.lorieiii rejoined that M de I as. ffotlnj.' ',Ml' ,,'",w',, "''" ,mo t-U-etl t"; I'nun't tie Mallle. Legitimist, etelvlmed, "oii a m.1'!1."" "."r" !"", "" ,,ll'' " order, .enin !f,Ml'i """""""i ''''M that ir, through Iho Mi.iV-,,',",'.1',.,1'"',c'r"- ny other party, futiiro ineellngs ahoul.l les easily bo tl.,ered. d fferent measure of repression would bo taken. ' '"""nt fount Albert tie Mini, ins Catholic leader, sat.l that cavalry rhatge would not solve social qireslion' ...i!?i ireft"f """Tl Puro and simple, was a,. r.lo,I,:'re.,e',v.ngVrorn,vno'i,e;: """ "" "''-"-""U 1 tin tinlli-'ii illdrntniAJ l. A 1.... .. "rresletiyrdayan ",, doMvend 'Zi'l 7 ginuer of Ihe mnvenicnt for Socialist meetlne .? l",r 'V ,t.,,,t,'l.,,i,r"I,l h" '" hsiied for the arrtsstnf Louise Michel, charging her with plllsceat Iho head of au armed band; wilt, making violent ss iritonlliepnllcei wllh ultetlng stHllHotVcrie. and J'r ni" ,0 'I10 0Mltol' "' "' eVtabllshed'govi ri ! at'hJSl lTo"VS re1"' ""I"1""""'1" "etr QENKRAI. KORE1QN INTELLIGENCE. IIfri in, March lti. The Rovernnient have forbidden Hie Introduction Into Oertoany of the I--. . . '..-Mti, .1. naio aireauy pronounced against two numbers of thlsobnothiu Journal. Luivin, March 10. The sale of a collection of autographs will begin hero Lett Monday. Among lb, slgoyure In tha.ll(vllun aielhoseof William Pit t. Mwlrti " "'n' U'-""lnt0" UMhoiln, ani llovir', March 10. Tho man who was arrested hero .n,'; J1'11" ' nn lwii the person who. on the v.,.t.t! " : ,hr,r ,,"""l,, M"a "10 fMblcnce of the Atisti in Ami. tssi,rtn Italy aud the Austrian An bassvdor In the Vatican and the lloyal rahce "f Hi, yulilnal ha been discharged, nwlug to lick or av! denco lo convict him of the offense. ,:,CKor,3vl- Loniioy, March lO.-Tho election for a member of it'ifi " .',',i?.0i' 1,:o,ll1,",""' of Wri ombe win Held to-day, S.111. 1 sisiuiiiui .ur. mhii, ute Liberal cand date, who received 1,10 votes, against SW votes mi ..ir. earson, 1110 conservative candidate. .,''m""' "o1"1'. ,0 T," Socialist, Intend to hold a lneollng on Sunday at the Placode L-Hotel de Vllle? Illotsaro etpecloJf to occur. Several ot the persons arrested orr the Fspl made tie luvalldo yesterday ill,. 1 '$Z "1""i..?.':".'V,''t"'" AVa.icu, assert, il. lata among 'the Hoter,. "' "'" " """'" .ii'!! . .iM""cll ,0'T'" "' Chamber of Dcputlo KiffAS'iSiV. "ir"A'?f . . ..? of. 5. 050,000 I in -; . 1 . . . , . "" """us issued under tha bill are to be ledeemvble In twenty years. .)'', V.",A' sr",tch "'-The authorlllea hero have i. ""'Bkcmuieei ng, ne hi in Iionor 1i.)Vf Byr; rar,0?k of "" -"""er of an Irredentist display lu ravoror rrulon with (lermany. .llctlintllHi 1'iinrcroucn Ctiiiiltiir Hero. .lW',N"F,?T,E." Va- MarcI' 10At the ao3 aloii or the llaltlmore Methcllst Fplscopal Confer erice to-day Mclfeudree Church, Wash ngtou, was selected ror Hie rie.t annual session. Prnvlslo 1 was K?,' ,e,,J 'i1' ,l'l" ntment or a committee to supori " teitdlhe publication or tho llaltlmore -Vfti"f(j. I; ivejoung ministers were elected to deacons "i. u?mafuX"!?",MK or,ll!"' aiul "ere addresi by llsbop Warren. The amount reported for distri bution among the superannuated preachers and widows and orphans was D,.1I3, while the claims !"rH.l'' 'I be preacher,-' aid food showed the receipt of H.000. A comuiltteoof live ministers aid nve la) men was appointed to devise a plan for estab lishing a Ualllmoru Conference Seminary. Uiiv. Niirairuo'fi Hrltln. Cincinnati, March lO.-The Commercial S:"; ' ''tl"Bton, W. Va special says Mrs. llora Inei Calvert, who married eT-novernor SK n'SK.r?, .'a:j. loir..?J!"?- tb. cauei. -, j wiet.Mii, .vim, iiuiu rianh. L'.mert. a travelloir salesman for a Cincinnati book house. IlermaldSn Lni'rLYitf "J't","'1 be5 ",re,,,, wra """' "' Kast -- , ,- .'.lom. one is iweuiy-nve vearsold and has en attractive appearance. ""''"i Htllevlnu; lh Olilo Vnllcj- Jsutrorors. Indianai'Olib, I.Nit., March 10 Uovernor larri'I. ."," y." i,0"d "' TrMi" ,Iellaf Committee, lert here this afternoon for ati Inspection trip on tho river from Liwreuroburg tt. Cairo. The .teSiie? John Halp 11, a new boat, was chartered for the It In K'S '" 1l1oa'1 of Provisions for U.Mrloutlou: ;.y,?ol,,t;!i!,rers:,7rrrle,nlTv,',o!l8ous'trble a,uWg,!!u,r.r"","!" '" ,OW"",',' " ' . riiccim Nlioolluc;. Cincinnati, March 10. A "clay-pigeon'' shootlng-malch between Carver and Uogardus oc .Ttfen I'lr?. "J" a"e,"'0"- 'I conditlonrweret ot) ;'; l9 J"1" rise, sprung from the fourth notch at full speed, use or both barrels. No. 12 eatrz. live traps, Kugllsh giin-thib rules. The matfh wa's IS!;,?!?';"'', "i"1 30U a W'tlonal to the winner if h" should break 62 out or 100. 'there was a hearsnow! storm, win, a itrolls n,nJ UurI , 1fn" Carver scored 69, aud Uogardus 71. auuotiug. Oeii. Ulu ut .llnutercy. JIonterfv, March 10. Thia morning Sve ?,-.,,,l.."iB.r "SLV a"lJ. ff'T. "ccoropanleS h.7i. .; , H'uioiiicui.ciitzerrs, cai ed upon ,.,....; 'icu 1110 uetiot ami uulldlnifs or the Mexican Natloual Hallway. In the afternoin tho nirfv .tenia ,,. rs.. n. '. 'r. "" "isetuooa -- , ..j ...w.w ..... ,wueu, ireituo's country s-at wbeie a haudsotne collation wa, served. ", "-aI A llurrllilo .Hunter. iKDiAiiAi'OHs, March 10. News of thehor f'n .D!frHe ' '.wo Tamea "'"'rron a farm fourtejn Kr?Sffif?.5?''!?'?- Thevlctlm, ;B3,ra ?? J''A "tl-oi. year,. ?ii outside of the house under a pile of straw, the other lo the kltcbeu of the dwelling. The weapon usedwas an ai. Thero I, no clue to the muVderei? Tho ccrouer has left hero to investigate tho arTt.tr. Tlio IlultcH-JViilt .Vfiiritcr. UlilOHTOWS. Pa. Mniv.li 1f Tl.. ... V11" i""-'''1" ,nuriler casa was secured to-day. The dlfflculty encountered was not so great as was antlcu hl't'1;. T,Vel of 5lI,y "'"" ,'1" "hlusted. When the Jury had been sworn Judge WHIson put tbcm in charge of ollicers and adjourned tho caso not I Mr-n-menccrn ' "'"'"Sof testimony w I corn- " BRIEF TELEGRAMS. PKOVIDE.NCE, R. I., March 10. Ex-Qovernor Sprague and his wife arrived hero this morning. A hill has passed the Arkansas Senate chang Ins Horsey County to lie Soto County. Itwas tlonera eI'Senat0r "0r50y Jh.K th. rwonVtra" St. Louis, JIarch 10. An alignment was ';' to-day by Todd, French A Co., wholesale boot Lia,b5,H,?ea,fajf5S5;oo'J.lia a"C" ar SW0 t0 .xS.' Salt LaIbe, Murch 10 Tho po?t office at Slioshono, Idaho, on the Oregon Short Lino, wa, robbed last night of all tho stamps and registered letter, and some money. rei,isieren llocKi'oriD, III,, March 10. The boiler of a freight engine exploded near Itochclle, on the North- rart,,r)t!uhe,rreSn.UM,nC ,to Api'LrTON, Wis., March 10 Tho huildiuc occupied by Conkey A lirlgg,', Insurance agency and ,eLJ"'.11 '0P-keepers w a, destroyed by fife to. day. Tholo.s Is 115,001.; lusured. ""roto- IliLTiuo.iD, Va., March 10 The follon-Iurr are the quotations of Vlnrlnla bonds In the market heretO'day. Consuls, to bid, -12 askcl- 10-tos si bid; tax. receivable coupons, Subld, uew3s, lfc. MovTiiEii, March 10. Joseph Chaliot 'was was found guilty of manslaughter to-day In the sama caso a, hi, brother was fofrnd guilty 0 mufdei ft Athabaskavllle, and was sentenced t" ten "i'lu! prlsutiment. """ ,m ('","uu! MYcU 10M d ',m"cM '? day the aftemoou game wasvvou b lauer' ""o ""red WO to Helser's 3ts. . A 'r,,",a",0 'Oclety. wllh a capital of ,100 o bo formed here at once. ' " "' Chicaoo, March 10. At the billiard lonr- byUal- 000, Ii Nkw Vinic, March 10.i:mia aate0Couk I lug now He at the point ol death at her residence it. litis tlly. alio Is well known to IhousindVof p"t,ij aVervu,,k,.r,t,e,:i,,',,,ii'rauco uo""S UosroN, Maith 10. Harvey N. l.'ollaus bee. the defaulting treaiurerof thello.toii Police it., lie Asuxlatlou, was ludlitcd by tho grand jury to day on four totiuts, charging the embonleieut or rof'trhii. "0",ei",lJ KUIII) and was'remrt'ded ilAiKioMiiiP, I'm., Martli 10. Work on the new Intern itlonal Itallroad. from this titv tu Tampa and Key West, begins Monday morning. TuS work will be pushed with the inmost rapidity. Oeu. John II. ilordou. pte-ldeittof the company I, h,re directing luperxtu. "t;i itmrii IHnvhle, Va., Maiclt 10 f. N. J. Hvaus edltorof the Mlltou tN. C , Vkronhl,. died thl! luornlng at Milton He couimenced editorial ,ui tU0!"r n','1 ,5iV." ' ,7" " Iho author f .. h8 ooWi'caJor:.'' "-"-'"wronb.toVi: Cajipen, N. J., March lib-Frank V. 1'at tenon, TliomaiC. Hamilton, aud Jobu II. McMur. ray, publishers of the Camden IiifluuiirU wto jseie arrested ye.lerdav for libelling "v. J. JlrowS? ug. of the Hoard of Kducllou, weie ti-dty hedJ I ti balltuau.iieratiourt. ' lu Duiuih Cm, KN., Mart It 10 The round- house uf the Alriiltuu, 'lopelta aud Saul K, Itallroad lino caught lire lax night lu the ol.ioon,a,,d w1 ile,lto)rd, litgelherulth two loeuiuntlve,. Turouifll ttioetrurihnr ittirii. i.tn., rji,-.. .;::.' i"iougu 'i t.Vi,.; . i:. : r.:..; i-. ;"..-" " were ij. e.v vt .. ivji , tvsMt I V, VVVi na.T r.r. -1,; i,;. ".,? ,"' ".t" u.ssu'1 ''"' inn. ' ! v'aVadTo'urZ!,,? Sii..-iw.w ?K Ciwi,,, 0,, March 10.The prlncl- Ital LiOke lurn&CAU nf AlAhlinn eml !.... ..!. .-. ...-., vMmmjj, $' "''y ;lW'Cd the prices ot all gradea or SttiyKJirS ZT" V I'lllLAPELVHLl Mar II 10 I-lar S Wafu. mau, onoof thorn, st prominent 1 iwlr,lui Mli',Je,i,iin.d T. ,'w',Ji'',"1' '' io gt n-er in tbu titerttim,','?! Mr1"'1 ..'' .r"b"', r '-Mr :".w, . SS. .!":. .. "wt'"s J tester T" . ''; .imu, ruuuiu rm -vIoiNri., finMenMiirifirll.VlTieli i T 1 ,i I M , i I I I in I I 1 I 1 - - f I' ...'- .