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THE l.OUNUlilt UN Till'; AVKNUK.
Bomoot the Incidents nt cvery-day IttolnWaali
Ington arc extremely IntrrcsllriR, for It Is lull nf
rurlous change. Saturday, January in, paw ono
happy man in the House. I ctmolcll jou till story.
It Is Interesting uccanso every word bf 11 Is true.
December is, Usso, wltncsBod what wan almost a
panto In the New York Mock Exchange, anil Wall
street brokers were stampoilcJ. The rc'liicllon In
value's was tremendous. Among other slocks that
wcro greatly reduced was Richmond and Went
I'nlnl (Va.) Terminal, a railway stock that hail lately
become the pet ot certain operators. hen tho
panic begun It was 41; In iwcnty.tnur hours there
alter It was 21. Thns It stool when the market
closed December l,issn.
There Is a Congressman trom ono ol tho Bonier
States whom yon all know, lie Is a good fellow.
As Is tho custom nl his people, (for ho comes from a
section whero they produce sbootall they want to
eat, and breed some nno stockbcsldcs, whoro money
Is not much required beyond certain limits,) he
married when about Jut twenty one, as his father
had clone, and now our friend has n houseful of
olive branches ot both sexes. In fact, Ills happiness
is full to running over In this respect. Until he
came here our friend did not need much money.
He mado perhaps 11.200 a year that he could collect
out of tho law, and the 320 acres ho owned, (being
his father's and his wlfo's father's Joint donation to
the pair,) gave them a home and furnished all lley
could eat. So they lived very happily. When
Ilrown that Is not his name, bnt It Is near enough
to It came here ho had never seen anything In the
way of towns larger than a prominent city on the
Ohio Hlver, known ot nil men (or Ha production ot
pork. Ilo and his wife had tnlkc I over tho (1,000 a
year ho would receive as Congressman, and they
arrtceel that he could save at least one halt of It
yearly. Vain hope I Tho poor fellow found ho
rouldnot save a dollar, do what he might, and his
wondering wile began to bo seriously distressed lor
him. Sho feared her husband was forgetting tho
simplicity ot his home nnd her. This was the con
dition of adalrs with Mr. Brown, M. C, December
Our hero had learned some things, among mem
that Congressmen sometimes dabbled In Mocks, but
the way of doing it was as unknown to him as to his
six-year-old boy. Inthoscstnexltolilmsnt 11 New
Yorker, a rich man and a good fellow and Ihe two
do not go together very ottcn, either. A fen days
before, Brown, feeling be haa to talk 10 some one,
had told his neighbor that ho was poor, worried, and
needed money. "At homo I never wanted more
lhanlhad'saldhe. "1 wish I had never come here "
tils neighbor listened. Ho Is a good fellow, as I
hsvo told yon. "I tell you what, Ilrown," said he,
'I do a little In stocks myselt occasionally. The
first time I hear o( a good thing I'll put you In."
Ilrown thanked him nnd waited. On the morning
ot December 10 It was Thursday, and Brown will
never forget it his friend came Into the house about
It o'clock, ami, prang Brown at hh desk trying to
answer some letters, said In him, "I think Ihe time
I spoke to jouot has come. Bnyl.noo shares ot
Richmond nnd West Point at 23 " "But how am 1
to do It?" the other asked. Ho was perfectly Igno.
raut of what ho should do, you see. Ills Irlcnd
arranged It all. Broun put up his own nolo for
13,000 as collateral for tho "margin ' required, and
the Now York man took It nnd directed the 1,000
shares to be bought for Mr. Ilrown. The advance
was slow at Drat. On December 29 It was 13. "You
have made (5,000, Brown," said his Mentor. "Just
hold on, and don't be Impatient" At 33 Browns
broker bought 1,000 morofor him. onthosotn It
gaoa terrific bound, nnd went to 33;; In ono day.
,'You have (16.000 profit, Brown," said his friend,
opening some telegrams. t Ittccn thousand dollars!
He bad never had such asumuf money. Why,
what would Mary say? They might possibly bo
able to goto Europo this full. "Poor thlDg! Sho
ought to go somewhere, now that we have all this
money." Ilrown was a good fellow, vou Bee. Ills
friend sat looking at him is llh n not unkindly look ou
Ms pale, rather sarcastic flee. "When could I get
the money?" Browu asked. "Let me Cell you,
Brown," said the other. You can get It wheneer
you like, In an hour from now, 1( you say so. But
do as I tell you. There will be u hlg advance In
that stock. Let me inanago this matter for yon."
1). could not do less than agree. From tn it lime
until last Saturday night lie Had a new sensation.
ITo thought of that money by diy and at night. He
could not sleep lor It. "It Is a terrible feeling," ho
said when ho told me.
For once Fortune seemed to absolutely be
Brown's slave. Ou the 3otli or December his stock
made another Jump of live points to 43! 'I lie old
hands said they never saw anything like It, and
Brown was told the day before New Year's that ho
liadMO.ooo. Ills friend said, "lortuuo Is with you.
1 have never known anything llko this In ill my ex
perience. I believe you will make one hundred
thousand dollars. You hate now seven thousand
shares." The next day It fell ofT a point or two
Drown experienced tne torlurts of perdition almost
when he saw thin. Hut his friend would not let Mm
move. Directly It moved, and nt 43 ho had (91,000.
"Let It make one moro movo of nvo points," sild
his friend, "and you will hive what I told you,
(100,000. You have now 8,000 Bharcs." "lint I may
lose It all," said Brown pltconsly. I met him. that
morning and thought he was 111. Thcro wcro dark
circles under his eyes. He could not sleep. Ihe
excitement was terrible to one unused In such
things, nil health seemed falling, bo tho days
wore on. Saturday, January 13, at 1 o'clock.
Brown's friend came to him. He had gone up to his
commlltee-room to try forest. Ho had slept noue
scarcely tho night before. "Your vigil and trial Is
over, old fellow," aald the New Yorker. "You wero
sold out to-day, and you havo made (100,000!"
1 here was a gentle sigh. "Here, get somo water,
quick, will you?" said tho New York man 10 the
clerk ot the committee, "Mr. Ilrown has fainted!"
Walt. Tho bid blick drop of blood that the Mar-
boroughs havo Inherited from Iho head ottho house,
Inhn Churchill, must out In Kanly. Ills In them
all." Well, It looks as though llieao.lnti senmfotters
aro right In lllclr prophecy. Tho black drop linn
enmo out In the present Diiko.nnd wllh n v ongcinee
Hell forly-lno years old. Ilcforo ho wnsllilrlyho
had figured twlio In tho most disgraceful ciscnof
seduction. At thirty ho had tinned llio wile nt his
bosom friend, poor Aylcslord, w ho died a year or two
ago far away from home ami friends. Ills own wile
he drove almost to desperation, until her Irlcmls
would not permit him In kill her body nnd soul, and
look her hrokcn-honrlct hick to her i litlelhnod a
home. 1 his Is Ihe record of Ihe head ot Iho grcal
house of Matlhorough. Tho Second son, It seems, is
going the same way. With phenomenal advance
ment, for he Is but elght-aniMliltlv, Until wllhln the
fortnight past, he wan at the head of Iheinosl power
ful burcxn tn far ns patronise goes, there Is In Iho
English Cabinet but nnc. And now he has fallen so
low that his wife can no longer endure his repeated
violations nl tho solemn mth ho took before Hod,
nml will return lo her childhood s home. Iter lite Is
mined, broken, and 1 mled long before her lime
The Incident furnishes an nwful warning. See
what nlllc sweet Minnie King, of Georgia, his led
since she mariledthe ulld, wicked Anglcsey,lho
grandson of Lord Uxbrnlge, the handsomest and
most elrgtnl man of his diy, who next to the Iron
Dukf won Waterloo, nnd wm ma lea Marquis for
bis Rnliantrr. Think nf the pretty MlfS iznign,
minted tn mo plmply-ticcd, thin legged sou and
helrol tho Duke nt Manchester, living from hand
to mouth, walling tor her husban l's father tn dlol
M.indcvllle, It Is said, bis lived upon what James
(lordon Bennett and nnc nf Iho young Viimlcrbllts
havo loaned him. And Ihe story might be stretched
tn ihe crack of doom. Will American girls heed
iheso lessons? hat more d ) they rcqulro byway
ot awful cximplc? Not much more, I fancy, Is
J. .T. DECKER,
1111 V MTHEF.r NUKTIIWEiVr,
AX J) ENOHAVKU,
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A Hl'KCIALFKAlUItKOFMY BU8INE8S.
Ola PENNNYXVANIA AVENUE.
JOHN F. PARET.
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KH8, Oil. AND WATEK COLORS,
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till lEMNtlYI.TANIA AVENUE.
Full Lino ot NuttlntH,
OvorcotitlmiH ami Trow
nerlnfjH far Mill nnd
Winter retwlveil. My
Gentlemen will jtleaae
leave (heir Order at tho
the Headlnu Tallorlna
JiHtnblltihmont of Wanh-
BL O. Bair.
till I'K.MNHtri.VANHk AVKNII1C.
j- a, iiniit,
darner ot Loulnluua aveuue ami Four-ami a-lialf
Iron, uur City Hull, Waahluuluu, D. I,'.
"I wouldn't go through Ball again for nnytbtng on
earth," said Brown to mo on Tuesday. "I got my
check by mall this mornlug, something over (90,000,
niter everything was paid. I have solemnly prom
ised my friend who put mo Into it that I will
never buy another share of any Bpccnlallvo slock.
Ue made me do this when ho gavo me back my
note. Ill tako this money homo nnd loan It out. I
can get I per cent, where I live, on good security."
I saw the New Yorker at Wclcker'a the other even
ing. Ho looks tho gentleman, but lias n used-up
nnd a saroastlo air, whloh makes pcop.o afraid nt
him. Uo was tho last man, though, I would sus
pect of helping another to (100,000. But you can't
always somcllmes tell.
It It be true that Lord Randolph Churchill ami bis
beautiful American wife nnd tho bonds of matri
mony so onerous that they will near them no longer,
It Is the most forcible protest of the day against the
marriage ot American glr'.s to foreigners of any
nation simply because of their rank. It bad been
supposed that this was Ihe one couplo whoso arnica
bio relations were without cloud. The Angioraanlao
American matron was wont to point in them, when
taken to task touching her anxiety to engraft her
tender bud upon some noble Brlttannlo family tree.
Whenever Itwas stated mat out of thlrly-one mar
riages of American mines to Merman barons,
French cou'jts, and Italian princes, there were hut
three or the vlvcs living with their titled husbands,
the answer wai. that when wo considered England
It was different. There was Lady Hsrcourt, the
daughter of the historian, Motley, who was Mill In
the homo ot her lord and master, and tady Church
Ill. Theso two were cite as models or the trans
planted American women who nourished ami grew
apsco on British soil. 1 ho Irulh about Lady liar
court Is very well known to a lew. bhe Is no longer
In her drat youth, and long endurance has weakened
her capacity to resist, bo sho bears her cross, (or
cross It la, and will lo tho end. iJidy Churchill Is ot
a different type. Extremely handsome, full of tplrlt
and wll, she should have succeeded, it success bo
possible, htio has done her duty to her husband na
loyally as ever woman did It. Durlug tho canvass
or last (all for bis parliamentary scat J July Churchill
took a hand so vigorously mat It was a common
saying among tho voters ot Paddlnglun, which he
represented, that "lird llaudy'a American wile
pulled lilin thiough."
No American woman with a tilled husband was
so well kuown on both sides otlhoneranuswas
Lady Cliurcnl!!. As MUs Jerome sho was one or
the belles ol New York beforn her marrlHge, whoso
light inlilrlhhoodwosunillsputed. '1 hose who knew
her liked her as much for tier Kidm'Hi) l.nirl
and womanly worlh as (or In r lieaulj, When
twtlve ytnrs ago her husband met ami mauled tier
sho became ns great a lavorlto at Blenheim, tho
historic seat nl the Duke of Murlmrough, as she tin I
been In Now York. llcrbrithu.lu.law,lheMurciils
ot BlaniKord, (ho eldest sou or (he Duke or Marl
borough, treated hrr with courtesy, and spuko more
respectfully of her than of any woman lh lug ext ept
bis mother. T hat lino old ICngllth gcutleiuau, the
Duke, Iter futhcr-lu-!aw, who was Iho living Image
ot Mr. Iloicrcly Johnson, fairly doled on Ida son's
pretty, bright, young American wlfu. Even (he
ijuccu, whoso Inleuscly British pnjudlio could
mvir cuduro "foreigners," took to IhoAiucrlcuu
girl, who, su far from homo nud ull alio had mr
becu accustomed to, bore u uruvo heart in, her
lit uf mImii(7 ami loneliness, 'lo bo sure, there
were old lellnws, relies ol Ihe days wluudcorgetho
I lourth was King, who calmly looked uu aud said,
1'lifi l'roimrttlluit t'omjilpf n uutl 11
Iridium Niipctnntu Viirc-ii.
1 he nnl preparations for I lie Klrmes will be
mule to-day at Iho National Theatre, when the
lower floor, Including the who 0 orclicstn an I n
porltonol Iheorchcsln circle, will be rlojred over
nn n level wllh the slige. Thlswllltic llnlsliM In
lime, nud everything n 111 be In rcullncss furlhelist
rehearsal at Un'clnck In morrow morning The
Hingis Hcillnrctiil year will be ono nl the IntcrcMIng
sights, as I'lofcusur Marwlg and Hie forio nt the
theilre hive undo all arrcingcmcnts nf tho pmpir
tlcstocorresponl with the vinous flames lliau
tlful as Ihe Mrmes wbl be, nothing too strung In the
war ot praise i n tin said nt the b iml nl ladles who
began and will carry It through Rucccisfullv nils
wecK.asincy uavo given iicousiaiit cire aim loll,
butiiowihey begin In reillrc their lomncuxatlon.
as succeRS Is assured In 1 very respect. Last year
thev siw what had to be done; tills year thev did It,
and the consiqneiicc In that the nlfalr Is to be belter
nir inged and managed In every particular Tho
question Is ttiked,WhPncecimn tho name nf Klr
mes? Asa mailer othmtorv. It derives lis name
from Ihe laud nf camls, (llnllau 1,1 nml first sprung
IntucMsicncc In the thirteenth leniiiry, where nt
tint time fairs were held for Ihe llrl lime ami
clam es nf all nailons Ununited.
TheKlrincslsnnw n nailonal nlTalr. Tor nesrlv
cvcrvcliy has followed tn 1110 wake nf New York
ami Washington, nnd Itii'ds Its Mrmcs nnniullv.
But tho one ot this week at the National Tlicaiti
wlllnurpiss any nf Its kind ever Hurled In Hits
lountry. ns there will be more diuccrs, mine roiir
bundled liking pirt, Iho largest niimbtr vet drilled
In tliehciullcaor lliovirluus figures, and Professor
Marwlglsiiuiliorlly (or huvUik that thev are the
most piotlclcnt nncs he has ever Instructed. The
whole programme was rehcirsed Thursday evening
nt ttic inrantry'H Armory, and a more lUltirlng
tiftalr inuld nut hive bieu anticipated, as nearly
every daueei went thruucti his or her pirt fault-
Ouooftho piclllest dances will bo that nf the
"1'lovierH,' an entirely ucwnlT ilr gotten upexprcssly
for this Klrmes. It is danced by yimmr mtssesen
tlicly, there being annul nfly In the figures The
voutig ladles 1110 divided Into sols, rcirct.enllng
daisies, v hiets, pmsics, and colored roses, while tliu
smaller ones arc to be arrayed as bees This clime
Is duelothe work amlcuergynf Mrs Col Uuther
ford. whuseunllrlng efforts havo been given In this,
nswellnsto the general success n( the Kliincs.
Every nnc o( the lady lutmgers n( the "Flowers" Is
the wife of a prominent Army officer, hence It has
been termed tho "Array 1 Iguro" nninng tlicdamers.
In thelmlliu dime, Mr. Wllltini lllrney, who
lends, will weir n he id dress that his Indent a
horrible history. It consists of feu long Inr nils,
from which hang no less than Inn linmlrcu siaIim nr
while men, trophies of war of n noted chief killed
In hnllle ten von ago In Dakota Miss Primes
Johnston, rho will lead In nils cluice. will also
we ir an nrlginnl enstume, the property of a princess,
nf the celebnli'd Kiowa tribe 1 no t ible lux nr the
Ncnpnlltiu iliucn will be one of the prettiest nl
figures, as It "111 be formed by Iho tlslinets euh
dancer r irrlcs and grouping o( (ho per(onncrs vvltli
their gaily decor lied tatnbourlut'H. One figure rep
sentsttm dancers underneath n nnopy fonmd or
iho fishnets, tho leaders dancing a figure tint Is
beautiful In the extreme. Tlce dalles Itself In tho
"Ilalhu Tiraiilelliinml Ncipilltan Fishers," ami
b is always bi en looked upon by toichers nr
dmclng ns the leading dance for 1 irge numbers
The other dam 03 (lypsv, Normandy, Minuet,
llnllandalso, bpantsh, mid Kwedlsh have Just na
pretty feilurisns those named, and will have Just
us much npplausn shouercd upon Ihein. those
commented upon being used only as IlIiiHtntlins nf
the pretty slehls th it will he witnessed during the
Ihren nights nt the Hew Nitlnu il. The ilimlnc
inusio is to no furnished by tho 'third Artillery
Hand, a set of musicians who have gained great
elebrlly (or sin 11 music. Tlco supper taMowill bo
In chargo entirely ot tho Ladles' Ahsoiliilnn, thus
ginranitelng that all nlll be huIhMc.i ,u nin
dancers of the Klrmes will bo gum thetr supper
each nlgtir. It Is the slncorn wlsti nr -ill comerned
that ladles will nppcar in full dress If possible; any
ir. It Is hoped that the ladles III for Ihe limn ills-i-nrdthi'lrhilH,
thereby affording a 1 11 iliimc In
seo without any such nlwirm lions. The Klrnics
wm negin promptly nti.JO ociocK, inusniiowlng
thonlno figures to bo through In time lo afford Mm
guchts a chance In engage In Iho promcuulothnt
continues until midnight.
The entlrobaiknf the stage will booccupled by a
platform raised six feer aiiovo Iho daniliigiloor,
nt the back centre of which will stand a rustle
llower booth, embowered In plantsnnd vines, on
clllier side nf this booth, at the ilghtund left ex
tremes of the platforms, will rlo pyramid ilnieiw.
Her upon Her, upon whu h nml Ihe six steps leading
up tho centre to thu llower booth will sit Ihe lady
managers and their slits, forming a brilliant bn k
ground tn thn througnf gillj-dippecd dancers T lie
musicians will occupy the platform between the
flower booth and Die miner stens. IhuHnlfordlmr
ample opportunity for the music tn bo heard and
obviating Iho bail effect produced last year b)
Ihe iclio froni the pro'ccnlum nrcli, tho spues
cm either s'do or Iho stage, last jtar ne
i npled by uoottn, will bo left open fur
Iho dancers, thus affording moro room nml
avoiding uncoinforlnhlo irowillng. The lemon
ado well will bo on the left of (tie si. mo, be
tween 1110 bnxesaml tliu pyramidal steps, llio ad
vantage! nr this plan ovir lam jcar'H Is tnnfnld
flrBt, by this means -in nddlilonal squire feel aro
nneu for Iho dancers; sccondlv.the baikgrnuml for
(he tableaux will be more brilliant and effei Urn.
All tho dancers are requested tube 111 attendance
mine sauuiiai 'imairo jiiouniy moruiiik, nt u
1 he House resumed In the. morning hour Ihe rnu
plilerntlonol the bill Increasing the rate uf pension
allowed for total deafness tntua month. T tut op
ponents off hn bill refrained from voting uml left ll.o
llousn without a quorum, and the morning hour ex
pired. Mr. Willis (Ky.) moved to go Inln Commllleo of
Iho U hole for the further consideration of the lltv er
nud Humor bill. In retaliation for the refusal nf
many Demoi rats to vole upon tho Pcnbloii bill, n
number ot the Republicans refused to vote 11 1 111 this
motion, but a quorum was set tired an I iho motion
agreed tn ye is, 1&0; nays, 11.
Mr. Slono (Mlisourl) opposed tho bill,
Mr. Catch nga (Mlsslsaltinll undo a earcfullv
pripnred speech txplauutor) undcu'ogti,iionr the
work ol tho Misblsidppl KB cr Commission.
T ho ceuiral debate then closed, an I the House at
0 :J'J iiljourticil.
, Tim JIjbiIo Nlirlun,
Tho visit Curing the post weeknl Mecca Temple,
of Nuw York city, Nobles or tho Mvstlci Shrluu, has
fl en that order a prominence In Wasilngiuu which
1 never enjoyed before. Include I In Iho hair linn
dre I or more candllates who wcro Initiated on the
occatlon are many ol the most prominent members
nf tho Musonlu (ratcrulty In this Juris Ilcllon, The
New Yorkers as they m irehod along tie Avenue on
thilrway in iho depot to take thcirilcpauuiuiuro
n line-looking body of men. At Ihcir head n is
NoMe bam llilgjs, nf Cleveland, tl.ilo, I Ho Imperial
Poitulaloiif the hhrlne, liaiiiUuiue as a ) rinco uud
us imijcsilu In his hoanngns a king, lie u.isnot
dislliigiilsiied from Hie others by any regalia, but
heiuiildeasllyleslogleilout of a 1 row. I or menus
nie born tn bad The v labors, which consisted
ot Mecca Tluiplc, nt Men lork ill), ur. In
uuinticr; lull Temple, of Phlladilphla, iihi Hi
number; ami a strjng innllngtiii from Boiilul
Temple, at llalllinore, were welcomed by Illus
trious Noble (loorgu . l'ruli, (iraml Piiien
lata or Alinas Temple, nr this illy, when Ho
renlgueiltlioKiivillo the Imperial 1'oicntalc, him
Brlggs, lor IhcpurpoBo of luitlutluuof tho cmdl.
dates In wulllug. llioso whu wlinisned his rendi
tion ut Hie htaiiilfulittujlul the order, so phiiir
esque und ilramullc, spuil only In praise n( the
same, us they ill 1 alaout acveruluf Ihonilliirsol
Mm iTcinplc. (me or Iho events of Iho 1 mini
Iho New Workers was lae presentation lulhcni nl
iiHstlmonlalliom Aluus TViuple, of llilsiliv, It
Is 11 In aiitllu! work uf ait, I'liihrut lug within Iho iln
slgurisoliillonauf tliintslii Much limple Inr the
maimer lu which the y ha I excmpltiud Hie rliu il lor
the home I emple, bringing along lor the purpose 11
cuslly oiilllt nl continues mid piranhiruilli. Al
Ihttupptrcnriuraiirnlno sphluxis ill Pronto, he
licalli lln 111 life-like pliotoKraphs of Ihothlrh Hires'
lisiilinliiitiiiliersur Minis innple at Iho Hum of
Ihe vl.ll.lucliidllig Hitch illlHH ill I'll. W. (1,
Moon, W, S. KooM.A. T,lmgln,W. It. Miiglo
toii.i . W. Helmut, tin 1 olhirs Sii.iHtiilid friuii u
sitier-bladed si I11.1 ler u 11 1 gold b unlleare 1 ho 11 so
luttonspihseilliy Almas Temple luilosid lulHitu
lhe"lliii claws" Joluud by 11 sphinx In ad. A laru
lauitf t lliri tttiH with ihelrt jiuilsniid 11 trulLiM
iriidug, liuiimllo,ird Men a, uslss'iown hylhtlr
backs bilngliiuiird the pyraiulds of Kg) pi uud the
silling sun, iiiecililuilly nl.oul lonu jinp lor thu
iiiifiiiim ineiiiiii iiiu inrcgrtiiiii 1. jnuir roine
gradually leads lu the painting in the Nation il Capi
tal, wide h Wiipiirnpililcly HptoHuilcd as u wilder
se cue, Ihe I'onl ruiel uf ul luosplii 1 lu 1 ffi els beluu p 11
llciilarly sinking. The testluinul il was eiiuigmd
uud palnlc el by Messrs. Marshall ,v lulling, of nils
illy, nud lias bteii placid cm exhibition tor u few
ilaysiutliu wltiiluwof Mcssis, t',11, lllbUert.V c'a,
Pennsylvania uvemie, mar Icnihsiriet. 'ihe Nov
lorse rsalsu iveiei pre seined with u hainlsome iloral
design by Mine Hum bUples.iif Wlliard s Hotel, lu
nmuof roi.eswasiiiiiwi)rii"Mtiea" lu colors that
formed 11 uaucUuiuu rant rust to the ullicts, the
pilgrims passed through the city last night mi their
way home fioiu Richmond, which was the terniluu
II m of ilulr Joiinii) Illustrious Noti'u (Icurgell.
Walker is llioprtaml (Iruud I'oleuialu ot Aluus
THE AUMY AND NAVY.
LtriT..lnttN W. DANVvnoevm, of the Jemnctto
.rcllo Exploring Itxpedilloti tame, was paid l,m
yesterday iimter nn net nf Congress nf January 3,
IsiT, providing for tho relief of tho survivors and
Iho widows and children of thoso who perished In
the retreat from tho wreck of that Ill-fated vessel In
Ihe Arctic! seas. This was paid nn tho flrsl requisi
tion drawn by Secretary Whitney against this np
prnprlillon. thief Engineer lleorgo W. Melville, is
also prnvltcd for with (1,'on, nnd Iho remaining
suivlvnrs namel lu tho bill will receive (oti inch.
Iho wllows, children, nr parents nf moss officers
and enlisted men who pcllshcil will bopald asuni
eqiiiltoayearspivaiiorillnglnlhorate o( piy nt
wnlch Ihe namo nl such dee used was borne up in
thopir-rnlls ol thostcimerJeinneito. "Provlclcd
lint In any casn where heretoloro a pension has
bun grained, nr may hcrcalicr In (sc l bo granted,
to any such wl low, child, or dependent parcnl, by
reason o( Iho death of any of the persons named In
Ihe second seitlnn n( ihls net, In tho payment nt
such pension account shsll be taken nl any rum
paid under Ihls net, nml to tho extent nf Us amount
said sum shall be In lieu nnd stead (it such pension,
and no furl her."
Tho general cmirl-mullil assemble) nt Washing
ton Barracks tor tho Ithlol Lieut. Crtnitcs Hum
phreys, Third Artillery, finished Its labors lost week
and adjourned sdie die, Ihe oftlccrsof twelfth and
Twenty-third Reglmcntsot Infantry who composed It
1 eturnlng to their proper stations This case attracted
unusual attention nnd was .menially misrepresented
In Ihe dilly pipers, which had nppirenlly ncrnted a
scandil and been dtsapputntcd. It Is unlottunalo
that the origin nf Iho trouble wis so trivial, inn
would bo critics Hlioull remember that disobedience
of orders Is ono nl tho most heinous, nt military nt
tenses, nnd the mothc for oriauso thereat Is ol no
consequents. Lieut. Humphreys might very
prupei ly hive been permuted to be the Judge ot tho
Riitety of tho Ice pend upou which his 1 lilhlren wcro
skating, but this wis nit a question tin tho court.
Onent the morning dallies tnai c uralely tin le the
nnieer nl the day (blent. Birretle) testify that
Col. (llimn hlmseir was skating upon the pond
ut tl.c time Lieut, llumpnreys is sani to nave oenu
orderid off. J his, of course. Is absurd and mntrary
Intact. Col. (lihsoii has long since nbindoncd Iho
Meelsnswcll nsthe rollciB, If he was ever their
champion Thu circumstance that his eleven year
old son (Hie party referred lo) was among tho cul
prits "has nothing to do wllh the case." any more
than "Iho flowers that bloom In the spring irn-lnl '
Again, I lent. Humphreys has not becu rtlcssed from
srrest nud ordered In duly, ns was state I by Iho
same Journal, nnd which would nrguo his ncqulttnt,
but Is analilug the promutgitloti nl the proceedings
ni nis in 11, nie result ni which muni no npprovi n nr
disapproved and nun nine id by M ij. lieu Hcholleld,
wltocouveiKd the court.
The mil nl Lieut. lorn C. W ilshc", blgoal Corps,
nllllconllnues.nnd luvolvesn missuf purely lech
nlcnl aol d Kiimentsry mctcorotoglcit evidence,
which Is calculated In drlvo Hie line officers com
posing the court Into St. ETnholh's In Ills ci so
the gist nf the miner Is wnciher lio did or did tint
nrcler cmilotury signals ol nn apprnichlng storm In
bo displayed nt tho Htno he reported. This, too,
appears trivial at first sight; liutHiich an nuiisslnn,
however much It night Involve, would be a less
erlous olfciiKO than ttto (else report or I lie matter
with which ihls otllccr Is charged by Cipt. (freely.
T he Prcsl lent hSB Just selected sons of Lieut. Cnl.
Henry M. Lazellc, Twenty third Infantry, lately
commandant of culels at Wist I'eilnt; Pay Inspector
F. C. Colby, or t.io Nivy, and Lteut. Elwird Divls,
Third Artillery, for oiletihlps nt the United Mates
Military Ai ademv. Mr. Alexander Divls. now nn
nillcerof the battalion of thn II Ign School, is well
ami most favor ibly known lu Washington, and his
iminv friends nro much gralitled nt hlsapp liniment,
snoiill he graduate In the Engineers four vcirs
liinceor siitisequintly enter Itio Ordnince, young
Alec. Ih sure tn nuirntik. If not reach his captalm v
before, his umi ralhir.vvho was a lieutenant lu 1&S2,
(griduated at West Point lu ISO.) and, although ho
has served nearly twenty.nvo consecutive years. Is
yet only twelllh nn tho list nf first lieutenants nf his
regiment ami mucin nu liieiineat iistor ins corps
Under these circumstances the son may turn tits
lithernutnf quarters, sit altovehlniou coiirt-nnr-tial,anilcomtnnnl
him should the pretensions nt
me iLiiginccrn 111 noiu line nun hiuii nutynnuprc
rcrmem ever be realized. In vlewuf such possl
bllltlcstho Lieutenant an I father won! 1 di well In
treit the prospective oiletinl Bin with no llttio
These reflections remind us or tho legislation ror
Increased promotion In tho Adjulint (lenerals De
pirlincnt, which h propose 1 by tho chler ihereor,
Indorsed by xtaj. lien c-choilcld nnd approved hy the
I lenten int Oeneral. It Is undoubtedly proper and
desirable; hut will nobody In power tako up Ihe
cudgels for the gray hilreilllniiienints ol artillery
and Infantry who are e oinpnlled to piss their n hole
llvesaspitballerns? Isltiinliue elemaudlnjj pun
Islinieut to enter t heso corps ?
Tattooing for desertion In the Army Is bolnre
Congress If there wero weekly payments through
thoc iptalnsiircomptnlei, etc . nr Ihe post quarter
master, the nnlv oostae le to which Is ihpjitiiiainitl
of tho existing Piy Corps, thcro would bo fewer 01 ca
tions fir tattooing
in tho temporary abstii"0 or Mr. Eodlcolt, (ten
Binct.aud not tho f.lcuteniut Ooneril, who Is the
nextln oiniiinnd, his been designated ns Acting
(secretary ntWtr. Isthts 11 question of polk), or
pie .sure, nr of right?
lu cuiiuect Ion with the fact, which Is admitted,
til it Ihe uew cruiser Atlanta will draw considerably
more water I hail o ilciilate 1 Tor, It Is well to bear In
mind Hi it Iho suns error Is constantly occurring In
other navies. This Is notably the case with somo
of Iho later ad lupins ti the British Navy. The
IniiicileiiHe, when Immersed down to her load line,
lul still smio fourteen hundred tons of stores,
.vei.nmcii it. was caiimaieu wiiiiiu uriug ner eiown
mother tesenty luetics or in ire, submerging her
nnuor belt moro than wis anticipate I, nn 1 burying
her torpedo tubes 10 an extent th it will re nder them
nejrly useless. It ts estimate I thittho Allanin will
bo down 111 ire than twelve nr fourteen luetics below
her load water lino svncu ilttcd for sua.
Delialo and leglslillon during the pint week oil
Army an 1 Navy subjects, In Intli brutichcs of Con
gress, liats been nt Ihe dull and unimportant typo.
ThoNivy llureni CniiHoliilitlnn bill seems In havo
lost Its lul. I upon Congressional luterest, and Ins
been fttrly piishol aside as u special messiire
lu favor nr bills iippirently lo iho legis
latlie mind of moro Interest und greater value.
The bill Ins resume I llsplaee upin the culc-nlir,
from which It can only be taken, nut ot turn, by a
larger tote than It will proiioly command,
Hear Admlril Fairfax and family are stopping ror
the winter Hi Wnshliigtou.at 1311 I. street. Ihe
Admiral Is n gentleman ol the nld school, whoso
rcprchcniatlvcH are uurortiiiiutely grossing to be
like augciH visits, lew and far bctsveeti.
During tlics uei esary nliscucus nl Col. Casey from
Washington tho work nl his olllco couuccleel with
ttiebtite, Wnr.aud Navy Departments la uilmln
aicTcii ami supcriuieuueii nv .'ir. iiernarnn. eiretne,
the civilian cuginecr. who ror so many years lias
been 1 nl. Cagey s right hand inau.
The secretary or iho Navy luidccl led not lo In
terfere iu the case nr Pay Clerk Mejers, 1 barged
wilb desertion (nun the Iroquois. Meyers Is still lu
hiding, and svlll probably be airestol as soon as ho
mikes litsiippeirnrieolnHio vicinity of W'icshlngtiin.
Mr. Wlilliuy In this ease has evidently felt III 11 the
old apothegm is gnoel solid grniiu I up 111 which 10
take a st mil, "f-Vnf uf(fu, nml cscfimi,"
AninlOirlcrs. Chief Engineer Ocorgo R. John
Bon, ordered 10 duly ns Inspector ot ttiu machinery
being built fur tho Government nt the Columbia
Iron works nt llalllinore; Lieut. W. McLean, de
Inched from the Vermont nnd nrdercd to Iho Dea
pitch; I lent.. fnmea II. hears, from the Nuvul ob
servatory and ordered lo Ilia ht, Mary's; Ensign
I louslon Klilredge, (rum Die Naucli Hydrngrsphte
oltKo at Nesv lorkaml ordered 10 Ihe Despatch;
Chler I'nglncer A. J. Klersled, from duly at Iho Co.
Iiunbla Iron works and ordered 10 1 lie League Island
Aimu .relies. The Unto ot dipt. (Icnrge H.
Wilson, Tsvellih lufiuiry, extended ono month.
The liaso or llrst Lieut. J. W, Duncan, Twenty
Ural liifnntrv. extended tiro months. The leave of
hecond Lieut. II. c, Cabell, .Ir ,1'ourioomli Infantry,
rxleniled three months, Willi ncnulssloii to go
iihroal, Tho leavo ul becoml Ilettt. Allrel llaa
nruuck, Jr., Fourteenth Infantry, cxlcndeel three
Mrs. llalrd, wile of J lent. Balrd.hlxlh Cavalry,
relumed last week to Jefferson Barraiks from a
vl.lt East (len. llalrd, who nccompinlcd her from
W nalilnglnn, Is u very proud man us Hie graiidtather
ol "Ihe prlxo baby or Iho Army."
I lie annual charily ball nt Omaha, Friday, lltlt
Instant, was 11 cry liaudsomo affair and a great suc
cess financially, tho gross receipts being (3,000, nnd
iho expenses uuly last. The managers showed
great gueid tiste lu having thn ball opened by Hon,
1. 1;. liciyn, Aiayorui nie ciiy, cacuruug .'iris, sieu,
I rank W lie Hon, and lien. Wlicatou, with Mrs.
Boyd, at the head lu Iho grand march,
Mrs. W ortli, ss Ife ot MaJ. Worlh, Eighth Infantry,
lias gono East from Fort Bridge r vita visit in her
MaJ. V. I. I'.son, psytuaster, ol the Army, re.
turned 10 Omaha rioni several mouths' leavo ot
ubseme. It will be gon I news to his many friends
In leurn that his wiles health Is rapidly liiiprovlng
under skllllul medical treatment In New York City
Hem. Keuuoti.uito-iiiMampunOcu crook'sstarr,
dellscrcda tactical ledum at Aladlsuu. is.. 4lh
Inaiaiii, liulore a lucciing or National (liianl linker
I lent. Benson, of Hie Army, ss as In Omaha last
svick visiting Ills brother, cuioole lo his station ou
lies I'Mcllla Mope.
(leu. llalrd. Inspector (leuiralof Iho Army, was
at lorl Douglas, Ulah.T ueidaj, Iblli Instani, alter
wlih h he went tn Fort Hucliesuu uuuer orilera (rum
lien, hlu rid 111.
(feu. Crook svas at I url Mduey last hatiirduy, Hill
Inai mt, nu 11 lour uf Inapt ell ill.
Assistant Mirgtou Joliub. Plillllpa, u( ihe Aimy,
sslin lias 1,01110 i axl from I url hlsse lou, D, T,, wua
nl IIIJ K Hue I, Washington, last is elk.
Hiss IIsh.IIi (if 11 (IiinI lal IiiiisIiIis l.iselj.
Mrs A line Hinlisl) X esurliecs, tbt) ssl(e ol the
Junior heuialor from Indiana, cllrd let lit rlalu rra
elente, 1 wi I I alien unrlhsss'sl, 1'rldiy nlteriioon, ut
cm 01 link, of niiueperlinullU Hrs, bosvirsaud
Vooihu's iiiiiinled lnr, and Hrs Union and Mae.
I ell ssiro c IiinI In eiihaiilialloii. The fnuerul ecr
eiuunles vslll boeouduiled bv Itcs. Ilr. Leonard, ot
St. .IoIiu'h Chure h, of svhleli the dueuseel was a
liitmbir, ut 1 cscloek Ihls ullcriiimii The rsmsliis
will bo lakiu lu Tirru lliiuie for Inn riui'ui.uiir
the Billlmorei uud Olilei Hallway, leaving Ihls s'lly
al 3 ns lock. V mult liutiv frlilldaaiidncnualut.
inn s w s'llluil nl Hie naideuiii eliirlngthe'tsy, and
luaiiy lilsgruiiisiilsoiiluleiiushase been rescued,
na will as 111 my Iloral tributes. Mrs, imrhtc yaa
born ut e.reiuoasile, Iml, July yv, ls.il, uud as
inarrleil ut Hint pi no 111 iw. bhe leaves tuns
sous nud 11 eliugiiiir Mrs Yoorluos was a moat
loiable svenniin Shu was Ihe sunns to ull, rich or
poor, und bsr liiuumirableuciauf quirt chanty uud
Ultimas 1110 only known to her must Intimate
, frleuds nud lite itivmbt rs of her lauill) Shu wua 11
'true svlle. nu 111 Inbuilt mil loslmr mother. 11
lilmslalii lady, inidu alliuro tllcud Many uulsldii
I 01 lur numceiiaio lamny snu m juru utr iteuiii.
What with her nivn receptions nn I Iho etalo din
ner on Thus lay and long ngrccablo drlvct of tho
arm sptlnj llko aliernootis nt Wcdncs lay, T htirs
sy, Friday, and sunnily, Mrs. Clcvclsnl has
onnd every hour In Iho diynl Iho past week lully
cciipled. Al her Tuesday's noon reception Mrs.
Cleveland woman exiremely becoming new Paris
ettsliimcnr white broadcloth very light lit weight.
Il wasotioollhe novclllesof Hie season Nothing
slniinr to It has been seen hero I his winter, and ns
Ills exiremely rich and elegant, tho design Isllkclv
li bo f ishlonahle and (inniilar. It was trimmed with
ivrslan einbrnidery,nnil svith the suit sho wore a
vist or tcrra-cotta colored velvet. Mrs t leveland's
titilher, Mrs. Folsom, was with her nn this ouuslnn,
aid after the reception Iho ladles drove out Ingcihcr
li Oak Ilia.
IxttheTlmre lay reception Mrs. Clcvelinl wore
a robe ol heavy blirk silk, simply mido and
trlnninl wllh Jet. This Is a toilcllo which Is
heromlng to most la lies or a light grnectnl
flfftte, mil It was remarked by si minyuf her
visitors, especially tho gentlemen, that In nothing
she) had appeal id In all I tho lovely young wile nf
Ihell'reslilcnllniikso hands nno and distinguished
as It the rotio Just nuniloticd "she iccclvedln the
costinio ssom at Iho breakfut given by Mrs.
VIlA In Mls llnj ne, nl Chicago, tho s imo m irnlng.
AtlloSbite dinner Ihuradiv evening, though Mts.
ricvklmd hid atlcmlcd iho Vilas tiieaklwt and
renived her own trlcnds at noon, eviryono rc
iimki I on the freshness of her appearance, which
phc pud th a guest sho msec! in basing taken is
long drive lhat P. M. All Innovation upon the
usuil routine of Mnlo dinners wasn lltl'e recep
tion nl partialis a quincr nt nn linur, glrlugthe
President and his wife a ihiueo In speak 10 raeli
nun prrlcnt belnro Iho gucsls went Into
the dining room. This wis Mts Cleve
land s iissu thoughl, snd every one) agreed
that It ssaa a happy one. lino nr tho pleasantcsl In
cl lenisof this dinner svis lh it In Uen f-herl lin w is
nciorled Iho honor of ticking In Mrs Fit llnghLs-e,
the w lent (iovernor Lee, of Virginia Theso iwo
oihtliixulstied cavslry utllicrssseretit eat Point ut
the panic I lino nml tsere excellent trlcn Is, though In
dlirercnl classes, and It ssnstlio lirpt time M la. Leo
ha 1 mr met her hnsbitid's formidable oppoucnt.
But "l.llllc I'hll "says he surrenders always to the
charming trglnla svuntcn Mrs. Leo was pleasod
In men her husbind aillailngtilahodanlugontatof so
iiianyyeirsBgo, white (leu. Hherldin was simply
1 nstraed with Ihe gentle, gricettil manner nil 1 low,
soli, lis ect v olco ot I Ids most graceful and rharmlng
ot M'glnla'sdaughliis. Mrs. Clevelindseosliitne
was a lovely French robe of pile ruse, the skirt nnd
ilcinltnln being .tfffc, trimmed wllh Mallnes
1 ue, ind b iws or ritilrm nl tieieh-blossom pink It
was one ol Ihe handsomest dresses Mrs Cleveland
Ins worn, and tnnnoninug perfectly wllh her com
plexhn wis greatly admired.
The Countess .loannlnl, uee Harrington, was mar
ried esi Tuesday, In Nesv atV. Cliy, to Mr. Ol lion
W.Vilcs, and after the cercmoii) the bridal parly
svas entertained nt dinner by tho bride's cousin one!
herhnsbanl, Mr. and Mrs. A.tl. Mills. Tho Mexi
can Consul lieucral, Mr. Not urn, uud (.'apt. Prank
llirrlnglou.nr tho slatlno Corps, 11 brother of Iho
brlilo,svero present. Mr. nud .Madame Velc7 silled
nu Taitradiv fur Kurnnc. ho iroln? nbroid as Consul
lo Hamburg (rom Mexico.. Madamo cter Is svell-
knosvn lu ihls itty, wticie she passed her girlhood.
Atipt her fattier, lion. (leo. Itarrlmrton. ssas Assls-
int .Secretary of tho Treasury, President line nln
nppolnlc I htm Minister tn Hsvitzerlnml, svhllhcr sho
nccompstiled hltn. While In l.tiropo Bhe met and
married Ihe Count .loannlnl or Hal), nnd during
their married llfo ho svas Minister 10 several for
eign countries, his last post nt duly being Mexico,
syncretic died Tnis charming nml most accnm
pushed llllln lady has peeu n ureal deal ot I hi) s or Id,
Htid his n id many exciting events crowded Into 11
life tinge 1 with romimc, and In svhlch tho bitter
and sweet have been about equally blende!. Her
111 my friends will wish her a most nearly lion tou
eioc. Oen Ocorgo Tlmm has taken rooms lor the w Inter
al Mrs. I'ciiti s, 1101 II Btrcet.
The President and Mrs. Cleveland, Ihe young
Ixdleinf the Cabinet Miss Lamar, Miss Vilas, Miss
Manning, and Miss Etullcntt and a largo pirly nf
society neonlo will iro over tn Ilallimoro Monday, at
T o'clock P. M , to attend the Charily Ball In that
city. They will return nt 1 a clock on Tuesdiy
Ocslng to engiRtments connected ssllb Iho
virtues, Mrs H. n.olbsin wltloinli herrueptlon
Moneliy ncxl. the?lth Instant, lint will ree elvo Mon
day, Hie 31st instant, nnd Monday, the Till proximo.
MDs Mnrgaret EiIcb held a large reception T htirs
diy, assisted by her gmst, Miss Jarvls, nml with
Mrs Augustus Tyler and Mos Beach nt Ihe lea
tstile. As usual, a very largo number ol diplomats
wero among the callirs.
The reopening or Iho hospitable home of Mrp.
Illil.f, 1412 N street, Is nnonr tho tlcllglurul Inci
dents of thn scison Ailed bv her slaughters. Iho
Mlssen Wood, Mrs. Ulako greeted many callcis last
Mrs Augustus Tyler had a dlBtltigiiUhcl com
piny nt her residence last Wednesday aftcrnnon.
Wiewns isBlstcdby Mlsa Doremus, whllo Mrs Ed-
ssnnl McCasvley, Mrs. O'Hellly, an I Miss Wood
ss 1 re on dill) lu iho lea room.
lTolcssor Art liurSlicrbiirne Hardy, of Dartmouth,
ntiissmilccil Lieut. Duvill, dlstlnzulslied ns a
writer or mathematical text-books, and also as ttie
niititororilicHiiiurlklmr novels. "But let a Wnaiau"
and "Ihe W liidnf HeHtlny,"wns out eilllns ssllh
Mrs 1111 van 011 vvcuncsuay
Mlaa I.. K. iMpengler and her cousin, Miss II Kralt,
nr llila dtp. nn. neii(llisir A feiev ilisa In llilllmorn
svlth their cousin, Mr. Ocorgo A. Krati, of Lnsor
MIssITorenco Mills, of Baltimore, Is the goes! of
Mrs A. I). Mu.Iet,at her residence oil Pennsylvania
Mrs Hall, formerly of urn M street, lull ivho nosv
rcslib sin Chicago, Is the guest nf her son mil
diughlcr, Mr. au I Mrs. l.seljn H. II ill.ot mil Thir
Hiturdny evening a number of nur local artists
met at Web ktr'stn enjoy cnnvcrsitlon and to pir
Iskenf Iho excellent dinner provided forlho neci-
plon. At this e'lnner the 111 i-cssiry steps svere taken
Inrnrmannssoctitloiinr tho brotherhood, ssllh a
vlcsv lo bring together fortnightly the nrliatsof the
elty, the club Is In o from unnecessary uillccrs and
In hampered h) neither consiiiullou nor by-lasss;
each member pi) a tor what ho gels and further re
sponsibility begins nnd ends ssllh tils digestive np
paratus. Judging from the frte and easv enjoy
inintnf llielulllnlellnner.lt Is fair In presume Hut
the future events svlll bo nHourco ot social benefit
und pleasure. .-cverilnrtlstswerciinililctnnttcnil
the llrst meeting, but has 0 signified Iheir desires to
iiecotue inemtiera, ami ny huiius miacnauce nincrH
sveronot notified. This error, howeser, svlll hocor
rcciel. Aiuonglliose present iscreMiasrs. Helton,
Menscr, Melltie, Jolitiston, Wcyle. Brnsvn. Mntitt,
Miller, Ferguson, Matiheivs, llndgktna, Dunbar,
Murdock, corning, Krauskopf, ami Pmrcssor
Senator Duller Tuesday last chirteiel n pilaco
pirlnrcarlolake a party to llalllinore loBiiellnnili,
and when returning Hi 11 night, (is the train stopped
nt Laurel. Fho Washington Pirates or Pen7inee''
boarded It, having Just broken I'loaulrotii the I.iiurcl
opira House. The regular piaaeugcr cars svere
srnsveleil.sotiet-enitorgiinnilylnslted tho "lady
pirates" to snare his car, while llio male pirates
were locked nut nud hung 011 In Hie plat form nud
howled " The Pirate King" by svay ol .'oiling osen
with him until ttio train iirrlv ed lu W lahlngtou.
Miss Muliory.of Towambi, Pa Is with her aunt,
Mrs. Ilnsti, nt Mrs. Ilr nil d, on K strict, for the
Mrs. M0MIIU11, svlfoof Capt. A. F. McMillan, o(
tho First Auditor's onicc, has been Btnldenly called
loelenosa. Ohio, nnnccoiinloltliedealh of her slater,
Mlaa Elizabeth North, bho is 1.1 return about Feb
The performance of the "l'lratco 01 Penzance" at
Laurel, Mil,, Tuesday cs culug last, was a gratifying
success. Messrs Rub, T. Multh, W. II. Daniel,
Ilalleck Douoho, and L, P, sulbol I, of this city, took
part In tho porforinjnce. Miss I ulallo Dottier, Miss
c. iioiiuc'B, uu 1 eissara. it. c, 1 carauii. 1 . b, ise'w
man, James Wats in, and Dr. It. P. humuiy ulsu
uaatated. T ho nrc lustra svosellrcclcd by Mr. D. B.
Macl.co I, and luclu led Mrs. Parslnu and daughter.
Miss Knox, dsitghter ot Hon. J. J. Kuox, and
Messrs. Kubel and Hatcher, uioug those pres
ent Iroui WushliigiousvcroOeu.jAhn B. Clark und
family. Mrs hackelt lleucdlcl. Mis, Dr. htiminr.
MlisJciinloMllltr.J. H. J McCoy, Fredirlck Duttnu,
uu 1 u. ll. 1 e-aau
One of the handsomest and most charming of Ihe
debutantes thUseaioiiis Miss llhoeio Christmas, who
has Just mushed her education at Winchester, is
Mtss Christmas Is a gran 1-itiuabtir of Mrs. (leu,
Ediuund PcudlelotKlalnes, of Nesv Orleans, whoao
famous suns suit in louiiiauie etiergr 111 pro.ccuiing
thetil for forty years Is 11 rciuirkahlo Instance til
svouMUly nluckuul touiage. Col. Ciulitmis. her
lather, la u svcll-knoivu cltueu or North Carolina,
svhn spends uu occasional winter lu Nesv Orleans,
andhaatukeuii liouaonl 1114 Ihlrtcenlh street, und
win mas.u s usiiiiigiuu ins nuiue.
The first proire.aUeeuclire parly of iho Monday
Mght Ecu tire Club took placo at tho nsuleiice or
Mlas Belle Miller, W l.lcvenlh street, Monday
evening. Auisngtlinae preaeiit were Miss Crow,
nl llerr)S Ills', a.; MIhucs Huron, Miller. Dulloti,
l.sitg ey,i.ariicr,ciarh,iiaroiri,iunie,aii 1 sicsiee,
an) .Ml sara Button, Mcllltl. Ma), l.sleiliuir.
Ilrawner, JleMurray, Johnson, Kinser, llarllc, and
Mr. and Mrs, r. A. I.auslnn have lilt their old
home In Weac Wualkltigiou lend moved lulu their
Tho Ladles' (icnnaii Club of Oeorgetosvii gate
anoihertif their dellgiil lul series nr small cuilllous
ut the Albion Thuralay eveultig. These small aud
eiily affairs begin it half lust eight uu 1 1 Inau be
fore two, so. Mrs. .eller. Mis, Win lin, Mrs, Patten,
Mr. and Mrs. W, D. Peachy held their first recep
tion last evening. Tho Pcachys aro an old nnd dls
llngnlshcd Virginia family who aro connected or
related wllh Iho best peoplo In Iho Mite. Mts
Peachy wns assisted bf Mrs. Ocncral J, O. Walker,
ot Virginia; Mrs. J. A, Walsh, tho Misses Torlcr,
daughters nl (lenersl Fltr-Iohn Porter! Mrs. Judge
Ciry.of Wyoming, and tho Misses Lyons, ol Rich
mond. Amnng thn host of guests who were present
weio Mr. Wicklirro proton. Miss Nicholas, cant,
and Mrs O. II. Haycock, nen. James (lakes, nt Ihe
Army: tho secretary nf War, Vilas Wilkes. Mr.and
Mrs R. C.Johnson, Mls Waller, Mr. snd Mrs VV.
MeNcl'l Fairfax, Commodore Orecr, or tho Navy;
Hear Admiral Fnlrrix, Menu Cnl. Sheridan. Sena
tor anIVIrs J. W. Daniel, vt r.W.n.OoIdsbornugh,
Vlrs. A. II. Pntts and Mlia rolls. Hear Admiral nnd
Mrs Rnssell. Ilov. J. J. Bullock, D. I) , Mr. Jny
Cooke, Vlalor llitlor, Mrs. (I. I). Brookes, Mrs.
Romany, W II. Payne, of Virginia; Miss Denver,
Mrs. W. A. Lernsrtl. tl S. Cnx, 11. 1 ewls Blackford,
VI las w ceka. V ss Tucker, M las Tntner, M Iss llesslo
Cnmptnn, Vlrs J. T. Scawell, tho Misses Seawed,
flen. Bevcrlv llobertson, Vlr. Ro7lerDnlany, II L.
Vlnldrow, First Assistant Secretary nf tho In
terior, ant Miss Muldrow, Mies viason, Mrs.
(1. D Tnwnshend and tho Misses Town
shend. Major, Mrs ,ant Mlas Diddle. Therowasa
magnificent tnblo nt retreahments set. which
groined svith nil tho luxuries a model Virginia
housewife could provide.
Vlr. and Vlrs. Hugh Mcculloch giro their last re
ception nl Iho season ou Wedncs lay evening, Jan
In New Ycirk they called tho annual charity ball
which was given at the Metropolitan Opera House
Thursday evening, "Charily a Chestnut," Every
body In Washington has been wondering why thcro
Is tn ho no charity bill hero this year. Evidently
somo ono has rung Iho chestnut bell on this praise
worthy eiTorl ot the managers of our Children's
The displays ol flowers at somo otitic swell din
ners last sveck surpisscl In magnificence nnd
beauty ot nrraugoment anything ever beforo dano
hero In tho nnral line. The nncst floral decorations
seen In Washington are at Ihe entertainments given
hy linn, nnd Mrs. It. It t lit t. At their dinner
Thurslay night tn Mus Margsrct Illalno caite
lilnnrl.f ssas given to Small, nnd tho flowers wero
The Army and Navy Assembly Mnliy night at
the National nines' Hall was an elegant one. These
big balls grow larger ns tho seison progresses, and
Iho ntlendiuco Increases, Ihcro being no limit ot
membership In this club, though tho commllleo Is
restricted In Its Invitations. The decorations, music,
and supper wcro nil that could bo desired, and the
occasion brought out n Bplcndld arrav or beauty and
a distinguished list or chaperonoa Mrs Macleely,
the wife or Iho commissary general, received tho
giiesis.who wercproscntcdhy islnj. O.ClayUoodloe,
United states Vlarlno Corps. It was moat accept,
nbiyled by Lieut. John 1) Ilarrcttc, 1 bird Artillery,
thoconaplcnons feature of his management being
lhat everything ran so quietly nnd smoothly few
knesv who was leading. Among Ihe favors were
cloth costrel water flasks, bearing Iho legend,
"We drank from the Bame canteen," paper helmets,
tc '1 ho next germaiilllsi Instant) svlll be led by
Lieut. L. L. Ilcaracv. of tho Navy, the very cfllclent
secretary of Me club.
Wo are requested lo announce that Snsin 11.
Anthonv will bo pleased to bco her friends at the
Itlgg's llousn on Monday cs enlng, January 21, (rom
s 10 iu O ClOCk.
Mrs. John IIIU, ot fjoonton, N. J , and MrB.
Charles II. Fnlwell, cdltrew ot tho Mount Holly
lffnor. Mount Hour, N.J , nro In tho city, visiting
Mrs p. M. Dubant, Missn:huectts avenue unit
Mrs Chnunrcv II, Snow, of Nokessillo Va.nnd
her ttiughter Elsie are visiting Vlrs J. M. Slake, of
Prospect av ctiuc, W est Washington.
Miss Munnltsg, tho slaughter ot den. Van II. Man.
nlng, ex-lteprcseutitivc, ot Mississippi, who resides
at 20fi New Jersey avenue southeast, receives on
Monday, assisted by Miss Heamer, ot Bedford
Springs, Pa , who Is her guest (or the season.
Miss Lucy Hagcrs, daughter o( Dr. Coleman
Rogers, of Iiulsvtlle, Ky , Is the guest or Mrs. Co).
rs. Taylor Suit, Otant Bow, Capitol mil.
Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Vlary Ston-
InuWHHims to Mr. Arthur W. Fcrga9son,nt M.
Joans Church, Georgetown, the evening of Feb
ruary 1. Mlas Nellie Williams, a sister, and Miss
Bridges, a cousin of Hus bride, will bo bridesmaids,
Mr W. VV. Iloarman will be best man, Vlr. Augustln
deMerbile, or Mexlcn, and Mr. J. I. McClnakcy
svid be groomsmen, whllo Messrs W llllini Henry,
Plater Oreen. D. W. Pttterson.John Young, Frank
Martin, and Dr. Arthur Snyder will bs ushers.
xllssMolllo Early, nf Lynchburg, Va , Is visiting
Miss Nesvton, al HID Connecticut us ctine.
Mrs. iiumiiipii I'ojieyiu 1 sir a. nu cooko recused
llio miosis, ,iud Mr. lurry Dilgii lul Iho ilguiis In
spirlliM Htylc. The ullenditiee ciiiuprlscil .ill Hie
l llio nf Weal Washington Hoclity,
oncieif Ihe moat charming ptrtlca nt the seaao.i
is as gist 11 Wednesday culling by Cominudoieiiul
Mrs. VM jrutiik, ut this Nisy lard This Urge
pirlurs ss ere ssell lllle laud dancing svis kept up
mini .slale hour. This gucla scire toeelsed by Mrs.
Milcirmlik,iiaalated by Mlas Miomnlek und lur
trlen I, Miasliill, nl New lurk. Amougllieisoiiris
citl sssrsi Mis, and Mlaa llistmiiiu, Mis, plumiii,
rellss Nelson and nor gus'sl, Vilas I mth, inn Misses
Jruklns, MlasMuihurr, VHaaWullir, Mlaa Hamilton,
Mlas S'le iihauei, Mlaa Ness Is ill, ul I hlladelphl.il Mlas
Bievis, Mlaa lsdisarils, Mlaa Wright, Mlaa Wllanu,
Mlaa Baldwin, MIssDiv. mil Messrs. Ilieiiciuiu,
Wllanu, Miiiiiidltr, Wlilllug, Hihuatir, Claude
Liugdalc, Wlae, Hamilton. Ileuses, Marlnirs, Malll.
cnl, Mel limey, ITgiuuu, lioilou, ami Dr, Howard.
Mra.Jsiiuls T. Muullhrop returned Wedueslay
Iroui a thrs'O weeks' elellgliitul slsliti relatives lu
II 1,1011. Her slater. Miss hallie E. Tteileiti. nl that
slly, relumed iilltilicr to liuku a tutt ot siu'ral
iseekaul Uerresldiiue.ii'i Haircut.
Mrs. Henry siruug, lr33 Lplreel.ei nnr ul six
ici'iuu, ss 111 lie as iiouiu ss euuis ti)s lit lieruary.
A pleasant masquerailo party was given Wed
nesday evening list at 010 o street, tho resi
dence of Mrs. ltupp. Among thoso present In cos
tinno were the XBases htmns. Gicsiklng, Melz,
Hupp, Cox, and Browne, Headlines Van syckle,
l(iilp. Bngg, and Ifclss, and Measrs. Hupp, Banner
man, Marilu. Cleaver, Mlckntn, Van Hyckle, Denton,
lth,and Delaplane, anl Professor Vlatichsaultt.
Miss Hattle Tinker gave a progressive euchre parly
Wednesday evening. T ho best prize (a hind palmed
banner aud Russia leather Inkstand) were won by
MlBsbwartzandMr. Edelln; the progressive prize,
(a cryslal pitcher and bronzo paner weight,) by Miss
Olga Pcierson nnd Vlr. Percy Clarke; Hie booby prize,
(a hrtisli-brnom holder and tinx in snape ni a mon
key race,) by vlrs. W. C. Wood nnd Vlr. binllh. Alter
tticgamo a line supper svas serve 1 Among thoso
present evcro Mr. and Mrs. W. C. W01I, District At
torney Worthlngton nn I svlfe, Mr. nnd Vlrs II. P.
Clark, Mr. and Mrs Watson Smith, Mr. and Mrs. It.
II. CI irk, Mr. and Mrs Olbhs, Mrs. hwartz, nnl
Misses iin'usrcr, ivonueuv, name, sircen, reiersou,
Clark, and Olbson, nnd Vleasrs. Clarke. I,. M. Saun
ders, Olds, Elliott, Edelln, Balaton, and Bartle.
Ills announced authoritatively that Mr. Henry
hhey has contracted svlth Mrs James Brown
Poller for a seisin of sixty ssccks, beginning next
Bee ember, ihe terms being (I, on) a week ami ex.
peusis sslnlo travcllm.-. Mrs Potter's n periolrc
ax 111 Include Juliet, Itnsaltnl, Pauline, nnd the
le uling role lu a new pi ty to bo ivrltten fur
her. Jhls aeems tn settle n lon-vexed ques
tion. Mrs. Poller Is ut present studying lu Paris.
Vlrs Hirry C. Bosscra.uf Nesv York, Is vlaltlug for
afesv sveeks her Irleul, Miss Begin, of 131 F street.
Acini pirly svas given by vlrs. Miry Marsh 10
the members other chure h Thurslay evening, at
herrisldeiice, inn Connecticut avenue.
Col. Hnrry W. Sawyer, of 1 0 Chilfonto Hotel,
Capo May, with his sylfe.W lu llio city visiting his
diughlcr, Vlrs Dr. Ware, nt sol lwelllh street.
The Cn'nnel was stationed In this city fnr some
months dcirlnn Ihe svar. nud svlll devote a conslds r-
uhlo pinion ot his time In Uslilug Ihe old cainptng
grounds In tho vie bitty, ncsnmpinlelhy many old
1 ntnr lib a, ss ho his n aire nlr sought him nut. He Is
most enthusiastic user the great Improvement in
Washington, and cinphisl7es the general prediction
Hi it It svlll ctenliially Income the handsomest city lu
Mrs. AngilliioCurtlss, n( Toledo, elhlo.li visiting
her s in, .Mr. o. L. curllss, nn T hiriecuth street.
T ho Washlnglon Cycle Club gave Iho (nurih or a
series ol their pipu'ir hops Tuesday night, at their
clubhouse, ln.'i Twelllh street. Tho bill room,
svhlch Ins recently been rclUtclnnd decorated,
preaeutiil 11 very hinlsiuio itpptiriticc Among
those present sseroi Misses Jones, Miz. (Iclb, 1 ran
7011I, i.iiimnud, llinh, Meyers, W nlle, Neale. (Hen
non, ITft.the Mlaaea M irshall.T lininpsin,nnd Halls,
slid Messrs. Kane, Fletcher, Ncuiuan, Bibcock,
Limn. soaton.Dosvne. Crnxall. Lamuiond. lu Art-
land, Hardy. Jolmaon, Humphrey, Mills, butlth,
stcarncs, eh, Olio, and lllrcti.
VI Iss Carrie llittihlns, nt New York" City, la the
guest of her fraud, Mrs (leorge C. V Idottei, 'HO E
strecu .Miss Hulchlns leaves (or horns Wedueslay,
Tho monthly reception of Rev, Dr. nnd Mrs. Sun
clcrlaiid uu Wcdnesliy brought together a very
pleasant eoiupiny, Including Solicitor Oencral Jcuks
nnd fsnill), senator McMillan nnd family, Mr.unl
Mrs. It. A. l'arkc, und many others.
MlasEUzibelh Wllllss, of Mllford, Del, has ar
tired In tnss non a Walt of ten days to Chief clerk
und Mrs, outruns.
Tho friends (Innumerable) or Richard S. bpor
ford In Washington svlll be glad to learn that his
condition lo Improving, lie Is .till at Ihe Parker
Holme, In Boston, aud unable to leuse his beet,
and la form I leu by his physician In read letteis
nr nesvspspers or recelva vlaltors Ills wife writes
lo 11 frieul lu this city: "We hsvo a physician
in whom sse base absolute confidence Dr. Joseph
P. Oliver -the nuly one between Maine anl Mexico
sshom we have met svhn knosss uuythlng ubout
I he gout" That Dr. Oliver uur be ab'otihring
his patient once morn In Hie front Is Hie fcrsint
prs)irnt all who knosv and love htm, and ot
Ihe thuus&uls all oscr this great continent svhn
ri'sd ami admire tho orl;lnil, Impassioned produc
tions of tin ssltc.
The party taken by Mr, and .Mrs. Cabell to tho
Buolli luatlueo In II illlnnire .Saturday spent anry
pUasant slay, sllntug at the Carrolllou, uud returning
lo this e.lly byltio il;1u Inln In Ihe evening. The
pupils uf Nnrwuol wcro the Vlt.aca Dcnaon, Diulcl,
Herbert, I aliell, Wallhti'l, Condil-Multh, Mlddlclon,
'SjTdlel, ssinailia, auiic ra III, .dalles, Isllllllliau,
llasonnort. Ilirry. Hoot, lehinin. and Ihe head
ieuchir,Mias luttlc.alster ul xtrs. lranksnicktou.
The (lartr ssas tsciompiuted by sirs, senator
Walthall, Miss Lamar, Mlas Breckinridge, and Miss
The iioepilougHeu Thursday .iltcrnonu by Mrs.
Ctcorgo II, Peleis, wile of Iicut, Piters, ot tho
Nsty, ssus lirgcly altcuded. 1 lie spacious parlors
and dining-room ssera richly decor itcd svlth aossirs
ssho.se perfumo II lied the entire house, A templing
1 oilman was aeriel lo the guests, who numbered
user one bundrnl. Among the la lies assisting Mrs.
1'ctirsssere lur mother, Vlrs. Vlc( arty, Mrs. Nlthol
siu, Vlrs. Ward, Mlas Brosyii, Mlsa Meigs, Mlaa
Hogg, vitas It in I ill, Vilas Noiveuiuii,iiue1 Mlaa Nesv
hall, Tho guc als Included,. Huong othi rs. Mr. uud
Mrs Maury, Mrs Bibb, Mr. uud Mia. I.. II. Kutilf.
Illllltl, MlasSilltlll, Mlas Thompson, Mrs. Clerks',
Mlas llldivill, Mil Cowpertlisvalt, Mlaa Thomas,
Mrs. Lull, Mr. mil Mrs Bulolpli Kuuttmaiiii,
Mlas Kiuiiuly. the Misses .loliuatou, Mia. Lauder,
I lisss Vlla.es Ihoiupsnu, Miss Vloatn r. Hie Mlaaea
Tnrrey, Mr a. II, E, Hivia, M!s Kauffinauo, Mrs
I'aiBona, thu Mlas, a Willi imam, Mia, Ibcicli, Vllaa
llase-a, Iho Misses Mclga, Lleuliuiiit met Mm .1, M,
Hassle'). -Indue Under. . lud,;i( lloll, Mr. Kiiiilfiimu
Mr. Vlibeuiiey. Mr. linn Iriili, Mr Wllklua, Dr.
.loiineiou, Mr, Daylou Ward, Mr. llaiko, uud Mr,
Mrs William II, II 11. h an I Miss llatiiigivu a
dellgilful ullertlK'il less jesterdty al Ihe Hum
House (ruin 3 to elu clock.
Mrs. ('. H Whltiuau gave a very handsome, ellntu r
Friday eseuliiglo)iiiiupoiple. Iho tiblo vsasur
naiuented wllh (cms and pink rosea. A long
Hennued glulrn do lriiueei ruau syus lor t ich lady.
The gculli men's boiituunlerea were lilies ut the
valley. Clivers wcro 111 I (or f mrleeu.
Tho reception o( Mrs. Keyworth Friday evening
was one ot tho largest ot the season, as tho homo or
tho Hostess, on Rhodo Island nvenne, was crowded
dnrlng tho cntlt 0 lime. Mrs. Key worlh was assisted
In receiving bv Vlrs. Mac rthnr, wife nf Jndgo Vine
Arthur, and Miss Heed. The mnalo during tho re
ception was cxqnlsitely rendered hy a portion ol the
Vlarlno Band, which atfcntcil miny nf tho yonng
penp'o present an opportunity to dance. Amnng
theme present wcro Representative and Mrs. Butter
Worth an! Miss llnlterworlh. Senator Blackburn
and Miss Blackburn, Mr. an 1 Mrs. VV llllam Clagett,
Ilcutcnmt and Vlrs llenmcy, Miss Evans, Miss
Mario Heed, Mr. P. II. nelskcll, .Ir . Mr. Pnsey, Dr.
Vlunesstcr. Vlr. St. J. Dapray, tho Misses Dn Darnel,
Vlr. nnd Mrs. II. 0. ClagtMt, Mr. James Barbour.
Vlr. lames tin name), Miss Johnston, Mrs Perry,
an 1. Mr. J. W. Orme.
At Knmanucl Church, Biltlmore, Wcdncs lay,
February !, Dr. JohnN. McKcnsle, a leading llilll
moro phjaiclin, will wed Miss Rachael Pratt Clarke,
daughter nt tho late Hon. Daniel Clarke, nf Prince
(leorge s County, nnl grand-daughter nt tho late
Unite I Mates senator and Oovcrnor Thomas tl.
Pratt, nf Maryland. Miss Clatke Is pleasantly re
membered In this city.
A plevsmt pirly was given at the residence of Mrs.
A. T. Reirlly Friday evening. Among those present
wcro Messrs. C. R. Venible. J. vt. Thomas, M. T.
Harris,.!. F. I ee, anl Harry M. Wright, and Misses
Ida M. Lee, Susie M.Jackson, Nellie Wells, Marlon
price, ami josio .si. uu.
The Washlnglon correspondent ol the New York
.taVirsiya: "Augusllnde Itiirbldo, grandson ot the
Emperor Ilurblde, nndnncothoadoptcilaonof Maxi
milian, Is in Washington, staying at Wormley's
Hotel. Ho bns nnmcrons relatives here ono nn
uncle, Mr. W llllam Oreene. from whom President
Cleveland bought Oak View; nnothcr, xir. Osceola
Oreene, a prominent real estate dealer here, and un
aunt, virs Lotilto Norton. Young Iturbldo will not
piy along visit here, his stndles at tho artillery
school in Mexico requiring his presence soon. He
is verr fond of Wnshlnnton and Georgetown, cs
Socially the Jesuit College In Georgetown, nnd ho
as a large connccllon In the District. Ills mother.
Mine. Iturblde, still remains In Mexico."
The third cotillon ot tho Wednesday Evening
Club will be given this week at Masonla Hall and
will mark the acme nf the social season. It will be
a large and handsome gathering of tho cxclnslvea,
and 1 ue smartest costumes In their possession will be
Mrs. Potts and Mlsa Polls, ol O street, had n host
ot callers ou Friday. They wero assisted hy Miss
Dolph, Miss Tilghman, and tho Misses Caldwell.
Mrs. Douglas at. scoit, of Twentieth street, as
usual had crowded parlors yesterday. Mrs. Ball,
Miss llenrtques, nn I Miss Williamson assisted In
entertaining her callers.
Vlrs. Gen. Ordway and Miss Blacklock yesterday
hid one ot tho largest ut the regular Saturday re
Miss Mortlnck, the famous portrait pilntcr. Is nt
the Arlington, nccompinlcd by Admiral Englefleld,
nf the British nivy. Sho has rcceiscd much atlen
tlnn whllo lu VVashlugtnn from the Secretary ot
War, Miss F.iislls, Mr. Corcoran, Oen. Sheridan, nnd
other prominent people.
Mrs. Kellogg, or N street, held a pleasant nnd
numerously attended reception yesterday, nsststcd
hy Mrs Stearns, a cousin of Commissioner Kellogg,
and Iho .Misses scrnuton, Tillman, aud Holablrd.
The tea tablo was in charge ot Miss Kdlth, trie
young daughter or tho hostess.
Mme. Tlieresc Klein nlll deliver a scries ot trench
readings nt tho residence nt Mrs. Archibald Hop
kins, ISA) Massachusetts avenue, at two o'clock on
Vtonday and Thursday afternoons of tho present
sveek. Tho tollowlna Is the nrocramme: Mon
day 1. Vlararln, (suite,) Chernel;V, Mile. Bachela
vlngtans, J. Mcry;3, Fable, Lnfontalne; 4, Lo pre
mier rumau. s nnieuic. ivipu. uu cnuu'iy. innra
clay 1. Catherine I let bi corresnondance. Salntc.
l)euso:2. LcTe Dcum Alsaclen. Nouvelle. Coisln
nnd Blssier; 3, o Monsieur! saynete en vers. h.
nondlnet;4, Lcspetltscadeaux. Comedle. J. Nor
mind, Vlrs Charles Kennedy and her daughters, Vlrs.
Rudolph Kautfmann and Miss Agnes Kennedy, have
Issued cards for an afternoon lei to-morrow from 4
to 7 o'clock, at 2 J! New Jersey avenue.
A. J. Curtlss and wife, ot Saratoga, N. Y, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs CL. Curtlss, un Thirteenth
The grandest tea of the week was that given at
Hon. W. I.. Scott's risldence Thursday by his
daughter!- Mrs. Tossnscnd, who had Invited her
trlcnds to meet her guest. Miss Ilccksticr, of New
Y ork. Mrs. Scott, who wag In mourning for her
brother, ami did not leas e her Erie home last winter,
mado almost her first appearance In general society
hero at this lei Sirs Ackley, Admiral Toner b
daughter, Mrs. ligau, Miss Nlswall, Miss same Lor
Ing, nnd Miss Maine Mitchell assisted tho hostess
The parlors wero decorated with many palms, nnd
bouquets nf largo roes perfumed tho rooms. Mrs.
lownsend wore an artistic gosvnor rosennctenne
faille, striped svlth gold, the puffed sleeves and
stomacher ttnlatied svlth gold lace. The great
feature or the lea was tho singing ot Mr. Devere
Graham, a risorttoor Loudon drawing rooms, who
is repeating his successes here. Mr. Graham is
creating quito a furore hero with his Blnalng, and is
soon to go nn a professional tour o( the states. His
numbers iilternatcit svlth somo solos charmingly sung
by Miss Elliot, of Philadelphia, Vlrs. Andrews play
ing the nccotnpuulincnts fur both artists. A
handsomely laid table offered refreshments to
those who found their way to the dining
rcxim. Miss Mitchell presiding nt tho tea tray.
Among tnnso present lvcre HioMlsucsWcst, Colonei
ind Mrs. Bonaparte, Mrs. Folsom, Mrs. Wilson, Mr.
Augustln, Secretary Wnttnpy, Air. and Mrs. Man
ning, Miss Endlcntt, MIps Vilas, MUs Iloyne, Vlr.
nnd vlrs. Davl 1 King, VIra. Emory, Mrs. Kobcson,
II iron edssitz, Mrs. storey, Count Llppe, Mrs. Gal
latin, vlrs. Luring, Admiral Stevens, Mrs. Vial, Mrs.
Sheridan, Mrs Leber, Mrs. Courtwrlght, Mrs.
Washington, Miss Margaret Blaine, Miss Medlll. Col.
Anderson, colonel and Vlrs. John Hay, Miss Brad
ley, the Misses Cabin ell, and many others.
M'OL,YNN V3. CORKIQAN.
Henry (lenruss llaininiit tlin I'iSpei
Itcsertees tins t'nsn in Himself,
Nrw YftsK, fan 1 Henry George to diy, speak
ing of Archbishop Corrlffsn.sifiK "The Statement
Is garbled. The Arrhbiahop wss afraid lo publish
Ilr. Vlcoiynns letters In lull, for It wonld Injure
uncase llehssnof mile my answer to my chal
lenge, sn I I think that he Is arrntt tn deny tho
statement made abont hlin When In-, MHHynn a
letters are published In full people will see what a
schemer the Archbishop Is
A friend ol Dr. MeOlvnn this ntternnon sild 1 "In
the lelter nt December jo. quoted by His Grace osrs
flit refusal or (no priest to go to Home, Fniher Mo
Olrnn give Imperative personal and family reason
why he should not go; nnd wnil Is given ss a bold
dfllsncoof Ihe Archbishop wss rcnlly but a plain
Biatcmcntnt Father VlcGlynn s position, which, as
he could not go to Home himself, ho expected tho
Archbishop to send Tho Archbishop knew Ihit to
giro publicity 10 tho reasons would distress both iho
FAthcraml his family. Instead of siytng that tvs
clsusesqnoicd followed alierreasnnsotihcprlcst for
not going to Homo Ills draco quotes baldly, 'I
will not go tnltome. I havo taught tho (luctrlno
ot common properly In Ian I, and I will continue
sotnteach;' Dr. shrady declares thatrilhor Vlc
Glynn s health was so bid fnr tho pist six months
lhat nn nccin voyage would scrlonsly endanger
his fnlnro usefulness. Father Mctllynn svlll wrltn a
reply as toon nshels well enough, and I think It
will bo a v crltiblo bomb In Ihe court of Ills Grace "
Archbishop (orrlgan will pay mi attention to the
ehnllcnro of Henry George. Ho siys ho has al
ready denied having Issued Instructions to tho
priests regarding tho constitutional convention, and
that Is enough.
Hour, Jan. 22. Tho Fono hiving reservel for
himself tho settlement of the esse of the Iter. Dr.
Kdwsrd McOlynn, nf New York, It Is expected In
ecclesiastical circles here that tho latter will submit
to the commands or the church.
STONED BY STRIKERS.
C'nnnl floM Cnptntn llnnfforonsly llnrt.
Nrw Yntnc, Jan. 22. Capt. Romas J. Ware, while
ntwork to day unloading a canal boat ot Lftckn
wanna coal at the loot ot Harrow street, was stoned
hy a gang of coil shovo'cra on strike, ono them
threw a brick which fractured his skull. Ilo wan
removed to su Vincent's Hospital In a critical condi
tion. In the mclco Capu Waro tired a revolver, but
no one was injured. 1 he pollco reserves were called
out and quelled the trouble. James Maro n, a
cooper, was arrested and In pollco court llcntiricj,
and held to await his Injuries.
CitAst sskiv, VV. Va , Jan. 2i Tho llepnhlloans
held ttietr canens last night and passed a resolution
to vole first for Golf for Senator, then tor Flick,
Brown, and McT can, lu tho order named.
Ivnt vxroi is, li,n., Jan. 22. The Leglslntnrc met
In Joint convention ntnoort and took ono billot
fnr united states senator. The result was: Turple.
14; Harrison, lot Allen, 4. Two members svere
paired. I or one little moment a break nf tho dead
lock was thought possible to-day. When tho roll
call wis neartng Mackcy's name, Grccnbackcr
Robinson passed clown tho aisle to tho former's!
seat. All eyes wcro turned upon tho two men ami
their (ae cs wcro eagerly scAnncd. They conversed
briefly In lnw tnnes. and when I'.oblns in's namo was
ealled ho rcspomleil after a little hesitation, "Allen."
Tho episode wis watched with most Intense Interest.
It Is surmised that it adjournment had not been
taken tho deadlock- might have been broken on the
GENERAL FORE1QN INTELLIGENCE.
VirN, Jin. 2.! Under tho Landsturm bill m
battalions of l.noo men each will bo formed and
territorial biltallons will bo created according to
Lovno-., Jan. 22. Fgypllan advices flay that a
sevcro storm prevails on tho Suez Canal, in conse
quence of which many vessels are delayed.
The Scottish Protestant Alliance has Bent to Queen
Victoria a memorial petting forth that tho aggres
sions nf the Papacy In Great Britain, and the sunrcm-
acy of Iho Pope aro subversive of tho (Juccn's
authority and of tho peoples rights and liberties.
nun list me nvowcu aim 01 tne t-anicy is no
Vatican's conquest and subjection of Great Britain.
Vlgr. Agllardl, Papal Envoy, is nt Madras, ar
ranging the limits of tho diocese ot Mlllipur.
nequettt totlio fsjatloiinl Ktnanitni.
Pun sDEi.intA, Pa., Jan 22. The will of Isaac)
Lea, I L. D , the distinguished American naturalist,
who died December u, was admitted to probate to
day. Tho document Is voluminous and contains
twenty codicils. Tho petition places tho estate nt
(cmo.tsKi. The will provides amply for his threo
children, grandchildren, and rclallscs, and be
queathes (1,000 each to several hospitals In tho city.
Ho first bequeathed his collection of frcsh-svater
shells, marine and land shells, minerals, fossils, and
geological specimens to the Academy or Natural
sciences, nt Philadelphia, bnt In a codicil elitcel
February 2S.Fsio, hu nays: "I revoke that pattof
my will which gives to the Academy of Natural
Sciences at Philadelphia my collections of natural
history, and I gls c them nil tn the National Museum
nt W ashlngtnn, 1). c , on condition that the National
siusc-iiiii (suin eievuie n, room excrusise lor ine
unlonlda, sitcmopatlnda, physalda, palndlualda.
pulmonltcrnl, and others Tho unlonlda tn be
put In tho exact order In which they
now are with their libels as I have placed
them. The svholo to bo called 'The Isaac Lei Col
lection.' Tho molltisca collection to ho placed In
this room likewise." A codicil executed on Octo
ber I, 1WI, reads; "Believing It Important to tho
early history of tho dev clopme ut ot tho iluvlatlle and
terrestrial raolluscaot the United states to bavo
nomeof my correspondence published, as well also
some other subjects, I desire my executors to de
vote (l,oon to the object, provided they may agree
with mo In that opinion "
miluort Niictfaesllivrtu'N I.utcsl.
Lomcov, Jan. 22. "Hu Idvgore, or the Witch's
Curse," Gilbert and Sullivan s latest, was to-night
performed nt tho Sav oy Theatre. The andlcnco re
ceived tho highly original work, described hy Mr.
siiinerins "a supernatural opera," with boundless
enthusiasm, which culminated In a great ovation
fnrsir ArtlnirSullUiiu, who conducted tno orches
tra. Tho plot, a trasesty on old-fashioned melo
drama, turns nn tho cliicts of a curse,prnuounccd
by a witch. "Mad Margaret," on the raco of Murea
trays. Ono of the most original feitures
lvns tho scene syhero tho portrilts or
tie wicked baronet's famllv wnlk nnr.
nf their frames. tor nn Instant tho whole
houso was thrown Into absolute dirkncss, tho
music Btl.l contlnulner. onniliictpd bv Sir Arlbtir
Sullivan wllh a baton Illumined by electricity.
Then a slight light was thrown up in the stage
nine iiiu icviult nxurc presiuusiy niiiucn neninu
Iho pictures stepped firth to repro ich tho present
baronet, (irnssmith, ror thnt ho has filled to lie
wicked enough. Tho appointments, scenery, and
dresses are nr tho most magnificent character. Tho
cxqulallo wit of the libretto and the Invariably
charming and, In certain passagca, truly grand
character of tho music, parodying though It docs
Hie old style ol Instrumentation, fully deserve tho
splendor of tho mtt-n en srene. Tho opera will bo
pla)cd in Germany during tho year. Lord Randolph
Churchill, Mr. l.aboucherc. and Mrs. James W.
Mackay were uinoug those who witnessed the Ini
tial performance ot "ltuddjgorc."
Mrs. Me Phcrsou'S young reupln s gcrrain svlll dl
vldo public line real evitu Iho Klrmes tu-tuorrow
nlghL Many win go from one to the other.
Vlrs. Dodgers, is Ife of tho Admiral, will gls 0 a tea
10 Mrs. August lic.mont to morrow.
Vlrs. Stanford a parlois, with their rich Oriental
draperies and sycalth of nrllstlc embroideries, svere
besieged Thursday aUcruoon, Mrs. Newman assist
ing Vlrs.stantnrd In receiving, and Mtss Feltnu and
51 iss Mini, or Memo rnrx, doing mo nnuors 01 tne
dining room wit h her rich toilet of blac k velvet train
and corsigo over a petticoat ot pearl satin covered
svlth ChiuttJy. Mrs. Stanford wore many largo
op us surruuuiicii sviiu iiiaiuuuus.
Senator IlcarBt's srlfo bis had a house srnltlug lor
her here all winter, and tier arrival is looked for
next week. Mrs. Hearst will, as before, have a
ntitnbur nt vnuug ladles to spend Ihe season with
her. Miss Helen Wheeler, or Han Francisco, ac
companying her from Calllornla. .
M. Un ennrn, the Daulsli Minister, has gone home
for a tsvo mouths' visit. He Is a great social favorite
here, ami coming svlth the prestige of his London
popularity, was welcomed In advance, lie ts very
tall and a graceful dancer, and Is said to havo been
ihe favorite partner ot tho Priuctss ot Wales at
court balls In Enjlaud.
Opern week will he signalized by Ihe largest num
ber or theater parties over known In Washington.
Preliminary arrangements for many have already
1 ho usual weekly hop at Washlngtnu Barracks on
Friday night was largely attcn led by the efflcers'
Ir lends in the city, among whom svas a party of
young ladles, Including Misses W llson.Couitwnght,
Trolh. Holllday, and sartnrt, chaperoned by Mrs.
A. C. Tyler, svhose husband belonged to tho class of
'13. United states Military Academy, and is a son of
the lalo oen. Daniel Tyler, a ellsilnguUhed otllcer of
1110 "oiei unuy, sYno rcsigucu auu ma 10 a lormue
Mrs. and MUs Waltn bold their laytes enlng re
ception Ihls seasou on Tues Jay, January a.
Miss llesslo Porler, who has been the guest
ot her trlend, Mlsa Watklns.at 1111 M street, for
several weeks, returns 10 her home In Altoona
Mrs. Capt. Casey, ol 2019 It street, received yciter
day afternoon. She was assisted by Miss Greer,
daughter of Commodore Greer, or tho Navy, and
her eijugtiif r, viiaa Casey, svno makes hi r debut this
winler. A largo number of Army and Navy people,
as svell as other prominent society people, called.
The Japanese Minister has lamed cards for a
recepllun 10 luorrosv cveulug at 13IU N street.
Ks cry nao Is talkln,; ab jut Iho ball to be given by
tho Cilneso Minister next Tuca liy night at Stewart
Cisstle, There his been a dearth ot large private
p irllra this season, which makes this cclcDratlon of
the Chinese Nesv Year a relatively greater event.
No pains havo been spared tn mako this, the final
entertainment ol tho prescut Mluiater. a superb one.
The rloral decorations by small svlll bon slghtln
themselves, mo supper at 111 bo on a lavish scale,
unci suu eAmiiuuj is .uig ,.j uu a uiiiieaus uece.
MrB, Klward Mcc'awlcy.ol Ciiuueetlcut avenue,
gav e a card party Frl lay ev culug,
Dr.aud Mr, Fairfax Iris in gaveaiard party last
night in their gtieiis.lliu Miaset llcibertand Mtas
MIssMluulo Mosiimu.of K sirtn, gave u very
pleasant pnwsslso euchre parly to tho "Kalteo
Klatcho Club," of ss hlch she Is n member, uu Fri
day evening. It Ployed In bo a very I'lilovuhlo
ailair. Thu guests, lulier the distribution ot tie
prizes. In lulged lu a dance, which ssas kept up lu a
fine hour. Those present were Ihe Mls-oa Minnie.
ITuuu uud Rosle Karr, Misses Vlluuio and hallo
l.lierl)', sllss Hunli Busnir, Mlaa McNealy, Miss
lais McMillan, and Vleasrs, c'ltiocld, Neivinm,
Davis, Young, F.ucrly, W till 11ns, lllniou, und Ellis,
virs. Marshall o. Roberts gls es a blgln'l lu lur
New York I'llth-avenuo mansion nu the 21th, ami n
number of her Waaiiliigluu Irieuda havo becu asked
to go our tor it.
Strlkssras Assist In l're uisllnc n Itint.
Jsiist.T citv.N. J.. Jin. 22 The coabheadel
nnd prompt action o( the striking co il trimmers
ill lis) onuo to-night 11I0110 aserlcd a rlou A dis
turbance grosv nut of tho arrest of n Pinkerton
Spec! il Deputy Marshal nu duty nt the Tort John
sou crnl docks. James Hilton, in employe ot tho
Lombard A Ayrcs Oil Works, cuuiplalnui! to Justlco
VIcElsscll this afternoon that lie had been wan
tonly assaulted on. Thursday evening by a deputy,
nml swore nut a warrant for his arrest.
Tho wjrnnt was given to Const ible
Thomas Whalen, who, accompanied by four
witnesses of the assault on Doltou, sveut to tho coal
docks and arrested a deputy kuuivn as Juhn Drosvn,
svhoiu Hie svltucsses IdcnllUcil us Dalton's assailant.
Tho constable brought his prisoner to Bergen Point
on a locomotive. News of tho arrest had spread
through the town, and about l.uoo excited men met
Iho parly at Ihe depot and crowded about llio pris
oner, crying "Lynch him." "Hang hliu!" Thrco
pollecnien nnd the ('instable w ero uuxblo to control
Iho croivd, and they appealed to tho
leullng strikers to aid them, Tho strikers
formed n body-guard about tho party. Several
times the croivd surged toward the prisoner, but
failed to reach Hint. Bruwn arrived nt tho Justices
court without mishap an I svas committed to await
exaraln itlon. Bill svas uirercd, but was refused to
Insure tno prls luer's safety. Ilo was driven r ipldiy
to the Jail lu a coach alter the crowd outside bad
a a. .
Lonuo"., Jan. 22. Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, in a
speech at Hawick to day, expressed the belief that
from svhat had passed at tho conference of Radicals
and Liberals a complete agreement with tho Lib
eral leaders might be attained. Ilo asked tho Lib
erals to awult with hope aud contlilenco tho result ot
the further dellberutlous ut tho conference. Ire.
Ian I, be said, has luu long been Iho playground ot
paid agttatnrs. The land question ought to be
dealt with, anally by making the cultivators, own
ers nnd enlarging small holdings. The
tenants would never be sjilsiied whllo
they bad tho hopo of getting laud
tor nothing, which hope (onncd tho basis or
the plan or campaign. This plan, too speaker said,
was mo moat unmoral, tne most itisnonest con
spiracy ever devised la a civilized country. Mr.
Chamberlain said he ivaa hopeful that the question
ol autonomy would be settled upon the urlnclpltTot
I'iuouiuk itKca.ace.c nucuueiij lur II1CI IHSll IU mail-
age their domestic affairs, with a provision preserv
ing the rUhts ot minorities und tho Integrity ol tho
Tret til un un lleiiuu Itiilc,
Lo no- , Jan. a VI r. Goorgo otts Trcs elyan lvas
presented by his former constituents at Hawick to
day svitli a portrait of himself. In his speech or
thanks vlr. Trcvelyan dwelt at some length 011 tho
political situation. Ilo said that thcro svas nothing
In the objections to Mr. (lladstonu Homo llulo bill
svhleli could not bo removed without destro) Ing the
liberal character or the measure or making 11 leas
acceptable lo the Irish people. As (or htiuscir, Mr.
Trcvelyan said ho svas sincerely desirous or there
union ut tho Liberal party ou houoiable terms, but
that ho never tould consent to havo the control ol
law und order lu Irc'and trausicrred from Ihe lauds
or Its present central authority.
Nlirnltcr C'lirllslei'H Anssyer or Conical.
L'incims atti, Ohio, Jan. 2.'. Speaker Carllslo ha3
lllcdnn answer to Mr, lliocbu's amended notlcu ul
contest eleuylug ull Iho allsgallonstliereUi. lu his an
sncrMr.CarllsleehargeslackorconipllancoorthoUsv In appointing uillcersut the election. T heso charges,
if sustained, svuuld throw out tho cntlra volu of
Kent and Campbell Coiinlles.ivblili aro the uuly
uiuntles In the district ss hlch return a majority fur
Tins Iriss'llini ltullroanl lllll.
Next Thursday the scheme for tearing up 11 great
many ul our handsomest streets aud (urallellug ull
uen vcisiiuK mice's car nuca svin cuiaio UuIUfU 1110
House of Ks prtschtatli cs fur aciluu.
Tho residents on the principal residence) strcett
which It la proposed lo ticeuiy lu tils way have
sluiiist uniuliuuusly signed protista against thu
clieiiie. '1 ho pnuserly owner on blxih, Tsyellth.
Eighteenth, and M streets are aliuuct without ex
iipilou hostile lotho charters svnlili are sought by
sp.e tilutors In franchises. Theso rcmoiistruuces are
senator aud Mrs Slienuiu given reception u- bcjiu 10 iiiotrusy, uud a largo utieu Ian. e ot juang Hr"Pie,r.?,l,1"1? ,'ft-.i..'!i','.t,l0.. 'i,'.,e-r xY.lh.1 lsl
lorruss evening ut their rs,Mduic,Uivlvlrtvt. , sudeiy pesos e is expected k . would uilllw fcirlliclr uew bulidiug Misr A,
.. . .. t ,., . . .... . ' .. ..... I 1 rntt A sou.uteutatorthollutsi 11 lla piupntv.u
Mr iiudMrs W Ic'lrtuholmaiidlheVIlsaesTiiii, 1 Mr I M Tyssuisakl svas made happy on tho Itiih. I 11 11 lliiilciuaii.utthosiatuu Han pr-miity, b
'till, till, ., I. .Ill III! . If.l J t. II k. II....I I . It. r I .ul.. t. I .. I ....... ... ...., I. I... ...I .. ......... , ' I " . ....... ..'.. '..I'.
t'lliiuilei 'lliri'iili'iis lo Iti'tetlliils'.
omssA, (Int., Jin. 1) The Iiiu. Vlr. Foster,
uilubui r "I Iho marine uu I llalis rlei, lu 1111 line t vie tv
held In-dai units cnilng Iho llelntoul bill, sild lhal
litlsi llio Idll oppeired iiinaauiiitt lint Auierleau
Hailing si use Is hud Iridiug rights Hi Canadian
waters, thu in uy nt lata gnu Hit in un aueh
lights. Ho a.i)s Iiiu I allium Kosi'ruiiiiut lias
imt Hi 11 alin.li! lii.Uuio nluaed any nir
llglili of boapiiubty tn American llaheriuiu, uud
Hint It Cookless ele prls is CanailUu scsselsot this
privutasi iiiiieu in iiticnc 111 ss'ssicisui e-auaiinti
inula It svlll mil,' prevent Can sdhiii iLheriitcu from
trading In Vuurliaii pons, luiciaurianr rcUilallou
1 piking to Ihoi ouip'ctu uliruatioii uf trades bs lis sen
thu tsvu siiiiiitrlss, Vlr. FuaursDS, he does not be
lieve Hie Muirli'iu peoplo svlll ever sanction.
Nl'gnllisllnns ssllh VYiinuiiiitUcr lie.
rumor w us apre.il broad. 1st jisterdiy aflsr.
110.111, nnd It was ulsu publls'ie I III the Aeii', to thu
edict that Iho l.liiuilu Hull properly hid bcsii
noujiit by the well known iiuuao ol Wauauuksr
.s. Csc.utld Hilt thev luleudedlu ens ta luiuctlv
I busiiit ss huuad un tliu silo. Tho rumor also sild
victss iciu a icciQ nun iia'i iuiui,4mc;ic iiiu mrueiu nan
VllssU'i', is! Ilostou, Is the guts! of )lrs.Jsiiueaa
Miller lit lKi.Cuiinesctlclttuseilue This latter, svhn
was irsiliii 1 1 Hi; Tscsv urk last sveik, has iUlnso- cn.,iind Hilt they luisudodlu crista pimcily
. ,11 nr. .1 In .In lllll nn.l I. .. I........ in I... I.I. .. I. .......... ...... .... .V. ..... ... ...
vj.v.v., nv, i.v ,1,1, 4.1,., a ,, ttuiuu cm levi Slicec is
' Tho morning clauti s at Iho Marine Barra'ks will
on llio ss UU thuconunltlees, and It Is simply luus'dt-
C. ., 1 Iml 1 '. nn .. ., uli.ml.l .bur.. ... -. a i... .... .
svlaiiesutthetuiiiinuuily luorder uiobligu tne Jub
Ura who iraiitiuubuiiiuiulrul ut Iho street rall
rti 11I svaieuinf W.islilugtuu.
I mre is nu need inr 111 ire sireet railroads lu
Wiiahlugtou. II Ihenervleoiiu lliopreaont Hues la
In.ullle lonl, Cuugriecs baa (ull power uud can iipnly
Hu iiiiiidy. Hits W.iahluguui und tleiirgeiowii
Company aru asking an umeujuieiit to iheir charier
until it Hicv citi use thus ible syateui uruuyuther
Ik tier m nor Hi it m ly 111c uiiyhllu be fuuud. Co.t
is hut 11 in ly, Hie iu magers ul this ro 1 1 .iy they sun
put In Hie ins esput) plant nueluitiale their ruad
A pec ull irly 1 1 pr cheuslblu real lire or this rranchlso
llmuiisrlir grabbers uru utter Is Hi it It penults the)
new ro.cd.s lo use Iwo and .1 half intlu ut thu tracks
ot the cxljllngiuupaules. TliUU allugulher uu
reaaoiialilo II is 111 villi na lu e hrsHilula Ihoiipluloua syhleji hayo
biciii'Xsri'sainlsshmiub!lo aehlliueut Uaspraoll
eally uiiauiiuuus iu It Is uu this iiucsllou. uuo
"I um opimxal tn deilruylui thu proMrtylutho
I isrt ut iu.s 1 ity in order lu build uu Hut uu tliu uu.
klna. Tho Irac I1111 load ivuulel depicclalo ttiu
s alue ut t Very 11 mso lu (ruut ut wUlcU It isass, 4, nun
1 suit uduilt It ssuulcl lu. reaso tho voluu ul Um
vacant lulu near lis U iliilul. But this it u caau whel u
llllh il(ad..lxV.lltea.J Sife - ....... l.-h. as. . . . Meas
IIIV HI HSMUIIIUJiV. , Utflkik')! IIIM RltVinri,l d
Wulisvu sine trail si a;
Vlr P M lhltuulai
Ituiiuihiiuu. Ills gutun by tncculators.
1 strtet railway, eiiuucii for ir. (.......T..
Mr P 1 Dubaut sild, lam opiHiaca (uihutrai.
holIU USSU lasiluel cards lul bltuidas alliruuona 1 wll. 11 blase fes nleai lelecl lilin evllli u mli mlia linn .1. nv Hi.., miv ti. ....loiiintij i..uui.l tlin i i.l ,iu.i..i a. -ir... iii..iu 1..1. 1 . .T. ... '." . s win
I Ifuuj 11 to (1 u'eluek. 1 1 jokUg, bruwu lubed, bluo eyed sou. havl becu made, or am lu vuuliuiplaUuu. eltvrcetuli) ptuperly aloiii Uu Uni-1 .' UMW aa