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RJCHMONDs VA., TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL ?'*, 1888
BY THE DISPATCH COMPANY.
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tVfHui.iii.it. Malted '?? SO pel annum: 13
for six months: 11.50 for three monttis; bOc.for
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palroiu/e th,-MISITT -TOLE, lor ll prove, thai
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ss-.- woiil I re peet full j ttcntlonofou
friend- ml* lt14 BtBRttl pntBS lt our new stork o
MEN'S Ki KNI-IIINo
)u-t receive] asl Ral -print' Dado. Our Mi
MIKKEL apart two sro. W* lu New York city.du
ring which time he gave thal market a thoroug.
Inspection before making his se lection*. Wc ca
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CAI ZE I NDERSSEAR
ever ope rn 1 In th, .itv. Our stock of
w.- soleete- I .., tie plt-e, and made Up IO OUT Ol
Orr, sud -rn hi ai es thc latest st) les, made up lu tl.
most am.t!u manner of select pal tern*. Tilts
goods were bought for CASU, Sud will he Bold
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CM"! io ot mi' i ITT.
11 >i:? nil nt tai Peat-SSBBS nt Richmond. Ya.,ai
i.tl-i-I-*.*-. matter. I
laBMCATtaaa pea To-Dat.?Fat Ike Mid
?lie Atlantic state-, partly cloudy weather,
oei';i?i.)ti:il rain in Uie southern pailinn-,
f;i-!i riv wind-. beeeBshsS, satiable, station
ari or sli-rht rise m temperature, and full.
TU MBAIBBB TKstehhay wa* conl ant
Ihrnatanlaf, srtth light, rain al Bight,
TbkrmomKTF.lt YESTEUPAY : !! A. M.. .12:
ii A. M.. 17: B4KMB, i.i: I 1". M., |ft ii. f
.M., to; midnight, 84.
Mean temperature. "(!.
Sunday wa* tin- fir-1 day al April, and
. .> far ss tin- wt allier ursa coiiecnicd i'
i niild bardi] han been more unseasonal^
lor iiiiiic!i-e-,ii ra,
UKlHdlilST (illiM i!l '*.
Ar ( .titeiiaiy church Kev. l\ A. Pater
?OD j'l'cai ii'd nu un in ir and Bight, and ic
c. ivcd one Into the church by profession o
ai Broad-Stri' t. Berrlcesnlght and morn
las* by the pastor, Kev. A. c. Btedsoe.
At Clay-Street aerrloea by thc pastor
Rev. s. s. I. .ni!., !li. and two adilition - c
At Park-Place Kev. Mr. White, af Kim
dolpb*Macon, preached :.t night, and lin
pastor, Ber, l?r. J, ?'. Hannon, ia tin
Al Lain. !--trect in thc tnoinin Rei
Mi-, Wardlaw preacbi d.
At Fiftb-Streel ilfancbester) tho numbei
of conrersiona hue swelled t'> ninety, am
the revival i* -till in progn --.
Al Trinity church the usual lervlcei
were held morning and nigh! by Um
pastor, Rev. J. WileyBletlsoe. rbeSaera
Hunt was administered al tbe mom
inir -erviee. and tin iong*service wsi
vv, ii au, iidei! despite tbe weather, Twi
persona united with the church In thi
Al l nion-Ststlon church elghl personi
were receivi d Into membership on Sunda]
aborning, and the revival si n lei i continui
arith increasing interest and fervor. Uer.
v lees' v< rv night this week.
haiti-t (in in BBS.
The m. eringa al the First Baptist cbnrcl
continue this week, Dr. Goodwin, ol 1 kan
viii-. will preach. There bare been quite i
number of coovi rsums, and on Sunda} nigh
four wen baptua d.
At Venable-Streel Baptist church tw<
arere received Sunday morning?one ii
letter and one for baptism, Al nigh! obi
At Leigh-Streel Baptist church dunn?
the wc k one vin- received,
The meetings al Grare-Streel Bsptis
church continue thia week. So far iher)
have beea shoal fart] conversions, tn
Sunday nighl !? D vier, boptha d.
Al Maacbester Baptl t church tbrei
? calved- two f.:- baptism and obi bj
Al the Seeond Raptlsl church Bunda}
rooming the bouse was packed on tbe oe
easton ol the Sunday-school anni'
Ri v. Mr. l.iiulimu pre ichi d an Impressivi
aerm >n, the music vi.-.- ?? ? i . i ne, and tb
INSTALLATION Of BBV. vv. ,i. silil'itiN a
!? OP BIDKBT BAPTIST ( Bl ROT? IS
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RON, RSV, vv. vv. LANDRCM, .ini> BBV. v. ll
I LAB K. BATCBBB, D, B.
- . rentful dav In the hi
toiv ol tbe Sidney Baptist church* am
.i.i! waa tbe i igernesa with which it
ked forward i" thc occasioi
which i ? inning ." th
ministry of their newly-elected pa
Kev. W. J. Shipman was on Si
ti rn.".ii fora div ii- li
io \ Baptist church, and despite rain, bail
and snow the church waa al an early hon
d to if- titmosl capacity.
Kev. .1. B. ilut-i'ti presided. "? \. W
C. Hall opened the mi i Ung with i
i te addn ss of welc me, by R . Ed
mund ll rii-'.ii. waa v-.y fine, and e\
pres? .I in titting;word* thi wi k ina wbt<
( ii h un in n r !? it In Iii- in .ii.
Kev. \Y. .1. Shipman made an appropri
The addi.-- to the church, by Kev. \v
vv. I. iiidrutii, waa replete arith rich bumoi
wi-e counsel, nnd eloquent speech.
ll. waa followed by Rev. w. li. Hatch
In aa address ko tbe pastor. Kr. Hatcbe
never appears to better advantage than o
kui h occasions, and addn aaing, aa be 'li'
an nhl friend and college-naite, MsNrort]
were especially tender and touching.
A.collection waa taken up '<> paj forth
sea argan, and a Isandsome -uni realized
after which the congregation Indulged i
an nhl-fii-hioiicd tiandshaking,
In addition tn those already mentionci
Kt v. ,l. M. Butler, Ki v. s. < . Clapton, an
Rev. a. B, Brawn, l>. l?.,to,.k part in tl
Ri v. w. j. Sbipnuui via- (ducated i
Richmond College, and ha* for many yew
bara the honored and luceessful pastor <
Salem Baptlsl church. He entera upon h
work in Riehmond under the most SUS]
? ,u- eiiciui! tanti.-, and vv ith aueh a unit.
and vlaorous church to sustain him, ii
ministry bere proinises to hi one nf are
ii-, fulness and power,
ii i .-uv lin, .\ i nritiiiKS.
At the Fourth Presbytcrlsn church Rs
Ki\ ton H. [loge, the pa-ioi', preached i
excclli nt w rmon. il" i- building up I
church, fie "nly oin nf hi- denomination
ile- We-t Km!. His nunner reminds ni
very much <?f lits distinguished uncle, Rt
M. i>. Hoaje, I). I).
0ATBOU0 il 11 in BBB,
At St. I'.ier- lathedtal sunday BOT
in? at 7 o'clock there via* an unusual
lar^'e congregation to witness the admin
trallon <>f itu aacratneat of continuation I
Right Rev. Bishop Keane. There wei.
candidates-li b0VS-.?D girls, and Hadull
Thirteen ol tba adult* were converts, T.
ialerestlng cerenaony took place kaaa
diatiiv aflir nias-, aud ociipicd nearly I
hour. All of thc children, bealdea bet
eonlirnu-d, alto made their BTst comm
n ion. At half-px-t 10 o'clock hi;
tm-- vms eelebarsted by Vi ry Bs
gather Van Ba Vyvcr, and Bi-ln
Kei'ie preached. At the eomitiM
of lils scniioii the Bishop nit
the announcement lo the coiu'Tei.'ation tl
thc m-xt BMarntag (yesterday) he won
have OB his proposed trip IO* Euro|
Thi1* trii> will bc bb extended one, aaa
pying from Ive to als month-. The Blsa
Will i-ail from New York on Thttrad
ni xl, .OIli lattOl. Ul t|ic slciiiid- (ircci
M.march, for London. Ile will s|.ciid
few days in that eft* and Paris and th
take steamer at Marseilles on the Jiitii
April for ti |>llg.illiassaai to fha Holyl.un
where three weeks will he xjK-nt in visiti
the liolv plur.es of Jerusalem, Bi-thhiie
NazHieiii, and their environs. Thence i
Bishop will return to Roms vin Blind
and Naples, arriving at tia- Eternal ('
ahout the Hist week of June. After ;i si
of some two or three weeks thara ?<' B
lourney towards the Keith, visiting t
pi-iumpsl cities of Haly and Vran.ee, a
prolwulr Vienna and Munich, with I
nunn uhjoct io this tour of obtaining
Ipottlbst inroriii.iioH ?,.,, Btaibe ol service
In tho en at i?n ?f ,?i.. rsroi?sed new Cstbo
drtlln Rlohrnorid. Ile will ai*,, make a
.lief vl*it tn Relglnra and perhaps lo ll?l
i.tiKl on similar business, Then oe win ??..
t" England ami Anally to toland for a spe
<Kil Sislt (? th.. ,,l:?:,. ?f hj, pirti,, T|?.
Hishop eon*i(l,rs lihi)*elf fort u nate in
hiving a most charming travailing
companion in thc person cf If'v. Fattier
Macklin. pastor ..f st. Joseph's church,
Baltimore. Eather .Macklin has been a life?
long uni botom fi ie mi of thc Bishop, the]
having been schoolmate- rmi comptnions
from childhood. That nothing may intor
ftrt to mar the pleasure or Interfere with
the objects of tlicjournev ts certainly tho
sincere wi-h of mi only the Catholics nfl
the- (lima *c of Richmond, Imf of all citizens
who Know or have lu ard of this di-titi
At st. Marv's (Orman) church, al .IP.
M., after the s'nijjimr ot thc reapers psalms,
Hishop Keane latin a.ltniniscn .1 the Sa?
crament of eoiiiirnialion to liftn -??. \en can?
didates. As at thc Cathedral, the gtrB
worn taste-fully attired in white, with (low?
ing vlls and wreath, upon their hoad-,
while the hoys were dressed in bitch -nil*
mid wore white gloves. Tho Bishop pre?
faced the ceremony with a few beautiful
remarks to th. cbUdren upon thc import?
ance nf thc sacrament which they were
uiioiit to receive. They then inarched up
in pun to thc main altar, and knoll at the
Bishop's Let while being couflrnu-.l.
When all had been confirmed Bishop Keane
lin ilv concratulated thc children, and
e:u ncstly exhorted them m vcr to torgi t the
ol.libation they had taken npon tbemselvi *
on inti occasion. The service! were eon
clqdofl by tlc I'.' nt diction of tin- Blt *-'.l
Sacrament, lt. v. Filbert Ib-nnu and Vi'il
I. i.ald iMisted nt theta Impreeiive lervteta,
which were willi.*.. ,i i,t probablj th.
largest congregation that '-vcr assembled in
St. Mitt's church The three altars pre?
sented a particularly brilliant appi-arair-. ,
? uh ono being handsomely decorated with
Bowers and candelabra filled willi brightly
burning Upers, a temporary throne for
the Bishop's occupant?] had bren erected
nu Hu' hu of tin- sanctuary and marly in
front of tin- l.l.s*.'.I Virgin'- altar. Thc
linnie dui in j the sftei noon tia* good, most
of it bring speclilry *- lected for tin' occa?
sion. Prof.-?or Iti*-'prc*id.;l a! Uk- or?
Very Bev. a. Van i?. Vrvcr, V'ienr>
I General, will idmlnister tbetnln "i the
diocese of Richmond during tin- ibsen i
: ol Blibop K> tine from the .itv. Th.- Bishop
left for Kess Tort yesterday morning.
Kev. Dr. Hawthorne I ulled lu boor
A telegram wis received by the Dispatch
on yesterday from Augusta, <?:!., stating
that' tin- First Baptist rburchol tnt! cltj
mi Sunday untnimouslj elected m their
pastor H.v. -I. B. Hawthorne, D. I>.. 11
tin- .itv. This li Um church ofl which
Bes*. Br. W. Landrum wm recently the
pastor, and la one ofl thc beti ofl the Bap?
tist churches "f Georgia. Ii- members
confidently expect that l?r. Hawthorne will
accept their call, and hope to hive the
pleasure ol giving bini ? royal welcome
during the nesl month. But Iii- people
lier.-, with whom be i* * i popular, have not
been consulted sboul the matter, and will
.loni.tl,-* earn, itt] protest agaiml Iii* rt>
In order thal the people nu] determine
f..r themselves bow thi* lesson compares
with others ol yean recently boated, the
I following compUstion bas been made, lt
will suggest dinerenl reflections, to duTcr
ent tn:mis, but the unanimous conclusion
I will probablj be thal ir the versifier ol
I Beautiful Snow ?an produce something
like Beautiful Breathe r. be will ? np] Ij a
Ttm numerahi under each date :-i\'- the
m. an t- mr* mtc for the twenty-four hour*.
ii teflons omitted:
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=?= r. '-= 2 la *
5 : g h
h . a. as
s ag ii us
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-- ea baS ?*
a g f?? a
- h : ? -
tu wy snow ix Tin: MOl nt uv-.
Reporti fi"!ii points along Um < h- m
peake and Ohio rtilwiy reccis'ed at the
ral office in this city show generally
cold wi ath. r and Kiuc'.i IUOW anti rain
during the pail throe day*.
At (;..ni..ii*'. Hie saturday six Incise! ofl
snow fell, ?? mtlnuing Sunday. Thermom?
eter yesterday al 8 a. .M..
i liarl'.it' *v ilk ye-'l' ni I] : Th- rim.motor
:;."> il S A. M.. W ith BttOR and rain tin- pr. -
\ iou- div.
-taunton, April I, B A. M.: Therniomc
ter,84?. Cloudy, with northeast wind-;
fourteea baches snowlall during previous
twenty-four boura. April j.l: Tbermome
ber, 84?; cloudy and snowing j -iv Inches
of snow prevloui twenty-four hours.
Mill!..io'. April I, 8 a. sf.: Thermome?
ter, 80 '. About twelve Inches ol anon
fallen fn la*t twenty-four hour*. April 8:
Thermometer, SJ*. Bnowtng.for pnB
tw< ntv-foiir hour-.
\t Clifton Forge: < loudy ind <'".hl sat?
urday and Sunday, with much IUOW ind
Prom White Sulphur Springs to Ilun
tingtoo thc weatber Bm been more rrrm
rate, iBbongh fnun levert] points som
mow and min arc reported. Moimi
Sterling, Ky., Mount Savage, Ky., and
A*hl:iml, Kv'., all report cloudy and cold
weather, wita mow, thermometer ranging
from tja to ij.,3.
loi.oiiK.i) Baptist Skm-vy-Si hook Union.
Thc regnltr otontbly petting ol Um not
' oreti l'.aptist Siind:iy-S.ii....1 I'mon was
' hold at Moore--tr.et church Sunday ufte-r
? noon. Notwitli-Ltndiii'r the iiieloinent
. weather, tinto was a hVgt attendance,
' After singing, devotional exercisM WCTi
conducted by Btv. VT. ll. smith and it. .1.
Batt, Reports from nim- schools were
read, showing B total IVtragt attendance of
I.H'io scholars during the patt month The
lialance ofl th0 |R0RTBR1RR1 e>>n*i*i>-il of
r?citations and readings by the scholars,
tddrttt on the ''PiosrrcM nfl thc Kmao
Bnce," hy Mr. D. B. Wigwams, and an ad
drCM by Missionary IV. tl. Smith. Aftei
taking up a collection tin- Union adjourned
I., meet with thc Man. in*tcr Sunda)
school UM b'r*>t Sunday In May.
IIaveui.y's Mastodon Minstiikks.?To
night Hnveriy'i mlnatrrh will ht at Um
Theatre. There is no fruiul its this comlil
nation, anti the iiiusU' and mirth to-nighi
svill ht only of the most approved ? harac
ter. Thc audience to-night svill be u
keeping ss Ith Um Uno reputation ol tin
company, which ls ts much as wring tU?
every seat will be occupied.
COMMON (DIM I!..
1(1.4.1 I.\R MO.MIII.Y M.HSION.
Tlie Hork on Ihr Strri-ts Tor tlir BasSUSSl
Yrar-Thr .Mnyor's Veto Annuli.-,| *.Kn|n
Tli- ll-ir.au tor thr Mik ?BaBBSSa-l n-om
Taxntlnn-rnrchasr oX Lnnd Adjoining fsa
Armory-A >-w lCngiur-lloiisr and I'olirr
Maiion to br Haili at thr Corn-r of Brook
Av-nne anil >lar*hnll Strrri-Mr. BBBfaSJBf
Allowed to Hui lil a flill IHBIiaHBBBSBI
The reoiilar monthly mcetlnir of the
oininon Connell was held yesterday eva*
ling at "i o'( l.ci,?pic-eni. Mr. President
Eflyaon and tee foUowins members:
fessrs. Allen, Archer, Bahen, Howie,
w-aiicr. (ami.hell, liarke, (inti-, Kllett,
Ti-'rhkoin, liunn, Hargrove, Hay.-, HIg*
in*. Hooper, Hanna*, Kim:, stctzger,
ililli r, .McDowell, Phillip*, Pizzini, Knn
lolph, Rose,Straus, Turpin,and Welsiger.
The minute* of I lie last niretlniv; were
ead and approved.
STAMUNU COMMIT"! F.K.s.
Nfrr-f.s-. ?Mr. Kllett pre* iiti il the report
rom Ihe Street ('oininittee, mapping ont
he work for thc ensuing year. It asked
or BA,lion to pave Main street from Fifth
.. Kir*t with granite spalls; 15,000 to pave
rwelftl) -tlei ! 1,1 tVle, li I'nilli, i 111 ililli I!, mk 1
il.6SB.94 to pare Governor itreel between
iain and Kranklin j |*jfifl to pave Marshall
'nat from Chesapeake and Onto railroad
o Seventeenth j ll.4SS.05 to pave Seventh
tree! between Main nnd Franklin; ?i~ti
o pince granite curbing mi tin- casi -ide of
lauree stree) between Broad and Mar?
na!! : tsofl to pi nc granite curbing on the
torts -nicol <iay itreel between Qllmer
md Graham itreets; |B0 to ph.granite
lagging at earner of Clay and Hancock
treets; 1182.91 te pine Branite curbing
lillie Saith -ide of Mar-hall |||CCl fl'"l:i
?iii'ii aehool to Hsncoch attest; |75 to
ilaee cobble-stone gutter mi thc east aide
if Graham between I lav and Leigh streets;
?ci tn place granite Bagging nt corner of
Ince and shafer-tnet-: Iso to place
M.initc nagging on west -ide of Belvidere,
Tossing mi Franklin street; e*jQ to place
?ld nagging .if Un- corner of Main and Jef?
. i?-n itreets: B/S28 '" place granite gutter
md flagging mi Hie east -ide nf chi try be
ween Main .md ( arr streets; |635to place
rranite curbing, gutter, and nagging mi
be eas! -ide of Laurel between Main and
arv -trot--. B1QQ to place cobbii -stone
rotter on Hie weal aide ol Pine between
Jolly and thc canal: .-slim tn j.l ice KUBC
it VVillismsburg and Maple streets;
-I !u.ll to place granite gutti r mi tbe
outh -ide of Williamsburg from half*
\a> 11 tween Louisiana and Dr *?> ry
o Nicholson -tf ct--. 1410.98 t,> place
nw rranite curbing mi the north -ide
>f Williamsburg avenue between Graham
tvenueand State street: ?138.90 to place
a.iii.it?loin- gutter mi Ilrewry street i,?
wcen Willistnsburg avenue and Pulton
itreet; 180.40 i?> plsce new l-i mite curu?
ng OB Hie southside "f 'I.mii-i.in i*-fr, ct
letween Williamaburg avenue and Eighth
?ti.ii: 1187.63 t,. |,iace new granite Bag
ring mi Broad and i'uiutv-i [girth and
Broad an.! Twenty-ninth; B7o to place
?oi.i.h-tom- gutter on tbe south side ol
il between Twenty-seventh and Twcnty
i:hth streets; 1506.10 to place cobbie
ttooe gutten on Twenty-eighth between
Li Igb and M streets; 9128.01 to pl icc cobble*
?tone-utter mi N between Twenty-eighth
md Twenty-ninth streets j 1119 to place
lew ??-rani!,- flagging "ti south tide of i?
Tossing Twenty-fifth -tro-t and cast
tide "t Twenty-fifth crossing P itreet;
^.*iii to place new granite Bagging on the
|< of Tu, nty-tifth -ti''.' cr m
itreet; ?S3.f?0 to pave cobble-stone gutter
in the south side ol Lowaes street betu een
-. venti i nth and Buchanan -tr' ets;
io place n. 'a .i mite flagging on I
-id" of Fifth streel crossing Duval street;
. pave cobble-stone gutter on tin
north -ide ol Preston between second md
Third -treei-; si ice-- to pave new granite
futter on thc Hort h-ide of Duval street be.
i'.-.e. n ^:, eon,i and Third itreets; -1 j t
ruth r mi thc nouth side
ol < onus i., tm en St. Pt ter- and st. Paul's
tn 11- j -..ii !?? pl ii e old fla rging on 11.?
. on crossing Kir*! -ina t:
-vj i.i.i' '.. pl . ling mi
'111 -licit I eiVleell
M I stree! ;; I thi I b
? ' lo pave c ,! !,|. --I..1I.
. on north -i '? ol I I be
! ile ll -? Oil'' ? Hill anil Eigtltl ell!':
?' i :?? place col blc-.*tonc gut ti r ai
ile- intersection ol Low ru - and Saan n
a ,..?-; .,-, to place nea
r ..ii the north aide bl >! I
-hal! crossing * vcntei nth -to el i
construct a street-iiasln on ti'' southwes
corm r ..I i lu aid Third -:,., i ?
construct a atrei t-baain mi the ea-'
Twenty-ninth between Hain and Kranklli
The rt pori via- unanlmousli adopt* d.
A message from thc Mayor vetoing eer
tain resolutions touching Ihe claims "f Dr
Cullen and < 'aptain Biggi i v. - unanl
mously disregarded and tBeorigiaal reao
lUtiona -ii-taim d.
Finana Committee.?Mr. Hargrove
chairman, rabmltted i.i- report, ll aug
gested that th'' commissioner "f ravens*
miii! in iii- a--, ssmenl "f city property th.
Retreat for the -ick.it being a cbaritsbli
institution, nhi>h wu- ordered : Iso, rt
funding llcense-tsx to Mr. ,!. p.. Sclatei
aad paying bill tohtr.M. Hessberg; al-"
pic purchase "' an bron safe fm- the protec
ti,,n ,,f ii,, i. ",l.-. fcc., rn' Ibo clerk, am
refusing .him Voling dania.' -. a- ni-.
.iain,* Wilson li'mn relief from water-tax
'I be committee reported advi nell agaioa
tin- appropriation of ?17,oimi fm- ihe pur.
,..,-, of ti,, i.,t adjoining Pic Regiments
Annmi with i vi.w i" extending th
Arnimv. To thi- portion of flu- i' I i
Mr. str.iii- objected, mid offered a- ai
ami ndmenl tin' i '?.!'1' approprlati d U
purchase sixty-nine 1? I of the to) ad] iln
lng the Ann'.ry. Hi- .undi.lin,ni un
Tin- report announced that J. P.. Royste
hud been appointed, In pursuance of Conn
.ii resolution, clerk "f tie' committee at i
salary of st.") a vern-. I. al" aanouneai
tint fire-risks Imdbeen distributed betweei
th.- various lin- agencies in Ihe cityaj etrnl
tably as possible. Thc Insurance on cit;
-ehooi buildings expirlnjj February l
lgg% ia $89,300; on furniture and appsra
tu-. |11,850. 'lin' t"t ii amount of hum
ranee oa city property aaa given at ^it;:.,
This report was Bdopted.
An additional re poi! appropruaingllO,
DiMi to pm chase ground ani creel an eagtni
boase and poliee-Station af the eornerr,
Pr.iok avenue and Mai'-haM afreet, nude
the direction ol the Committee ob (.mund
and Buildings, wa- presented.
Mr. King strongl] favored thc. sci,,..
and as , hairman of Ile lire foiiiuiitte
ur^cd it* adoption.
Mr. Phillip* moved io lay this part c
the report on thc tal)!''
Mr. Illggina wa- np; "-< d lo thc motin
of Mr. Phillip*.
ihe motion was lo-t.
Mr. Bowie olid.dan amendment to tl
and that the adoption ol th.- report wonl
cairv will, il authority t<> remove tli
Third-Street enghavbonse fran it* prasai
Mr. Turpin -aid thu-' wa- no more n
eeasitt for this resolution than for one I
build a telephone to t'"' .'"<">". and I
hop, .1 Mr. Howl.'- resoliitton would I
voled down. , , ? .
Mr. I'uzini asid he coulda t see how tl
building of an engine-house ccjaM prote
pi..pilly, mid .va- opposedila therein,,!
of the Third-street cngine-hoiBW.
Mr. Fiischkorn moved to further amei
hy adding an appropriation ot |fl,000
build a truek-hoiise lu Jt dervon Ward,
Mr Hayes moved I? further amend
tuldlug th?t t)lyQ(H. tK Bnprafsasfla! to pi
chase n house oil Louisiana aui.iie ti le
oecupfled by a reeKind-bose company,
whi.h will ho operated fret of expense to
the city. This motion was lost.
Recurring upon Mr. Uri-*.Morn's amend?
ment, lt fired the santo fate.
Mr. Bowp-'s imendment wm adopted,
and Um report, as intended, Was adopted.
Fire. ? Mr. King (chihrnanj presented
the monthly report, recommending that
pernrlssion be granted certiin parUea to
build dwellings, atc., and that Um petition
of Mr. Metxftr to erect a hall be rejected.
Mr. Turpin, from the Fin Committee.
Offered an" amendment 'jranfing Mr. .Metz
ger the privilege BSked.
Mr. Mettger explained the ntetaaUy for
thc erection of the hall, and dwelt upon
the nature of the objection! ni:;..!.
Mr. King said that the committee had
j thoroughly considered this matter, had ap?
pointed a -iils-eoniinittco to investigate tho
nwitt^r, and this committee was of the
opinion that the hall should not he built.
Only one member of the committee disa?
greed tO this view.
Mr. Higgins moved that the report of
the committee be rejected and general
COB <nt Le allowed -Mr. MetXgCf to Imild
.Mr. Curtis moved that the matter lu- re?
committed to the Kin- Committee for hot?
ter advisement as to particulars, ate.
.Afr. Hughes ?aid he Know thal r> -ident.s
in the mildil.orhoi>d <ij<i object to tho hall's
Mr. i'urtis's resolntton was lost, and Air.
Higgins'! motton obtained.
Tin- real ->f the n pori ol the committee
was adopt, d.
Claims and 8alaries.~~alr, Miller, act?
ing chitrmin, submitted t report allowing
Ctrt lin (iain*. and the MRM WM adopted.
>,-/,,,,./.>,?.-_>|.jf;,i,v resolution! looking to
th.- payment ..f silaries, Ate., on public
-.-hool |.ay-r.>ll* tva*- presented ail'! :i.I..pl?
od, ;n tva. also resolution keeping within
the control of the <iiy til expenses of the
W8I8RS8 mOR I UK OTRRRRRAXCR.
Thc usual budget from the oilier bram b
was n-ul When the clerk roached the
iction of tim Hoard of Aldermen concern?
ing toe gas-works, on lindi..11 of Mr. Big
. 'ii- tilla WM laid "lt the table. The
un.-ti.inn nt ol the Board in regard to the
Improvemenl ofl Cburcb-Hlll avenue was,
i on motion of Mr. < urti*, laid on the table.
Thc action ofl thc Board ol Aldermen
empowering the Committee on Schools t>.
r>.i-i any attempt at ousting the pre-cut
School Board, and condemning the action
ol the Mat. Board ol Education In attempt
lng to remove the Ctty Board ol Trustees,
. "ii motion, concurred tn.
Mr. KIMI offered the following:
Resolved, That tnt CommlUee on
Groundt md Buildings be Instructed to
sequin bj pur.iia*.', rom!, inn itu,n, or
otherwise the property on thc casi .-ide ol
Tenth street between Broad and Capitol
streets, now used ind occupied ai a li-.-.
bu. rim church, for extension "f the < itv
On motion City-Engineer Cutsbtw ad?
dressed tin Council, giving strong n isons
for Um purchase ol an entire loL Colonel
< ni-ha w estimated the v aloe of the property
idjoinlng t" be: Tupper propertj, 812,000,
and church property, ?:jti.nuO?ni, iking
842,000. lie Blade ? compnison ol turee
ntes?the Swin-Tavern lot, the lot hot wee o
Ninth and Eighth streets, and the City
Hall l"f. Ih- thought the Committee on
Grounds and Buildings should take time
to si li ct such -ito a* in their w Isdom might
be inst .suited for Hm erection ofl a City
Hall, ;ind not be bound to any particular
The resolution wm referred to Um FL
i;i.-"i.iiio\a ino r?imoan.
By Mr. Mahen : lt..lotion to place cur' -
, i: - ..ii First street,south side, from Charity
to Baker, ind to run ? culvert on Duval
street from Judah t" Second. Bell rr- ,1 to
< 'ommltti' "ii Stn 11*.
By Mr. Ircht r: Resolution to phice a
mp il the cornel ..f Seventh aird
Pi. -? ii street -. Bi ferred to the Commit
! ti.u Light,
Bj Mi. H es: Ri *.,luti"ii to i bice a
j hand I. " - ind-liddi r truck and bose ind
i reel rmi '''I" i oinl In Itocki n*.
i red to the Committee on l Ire L> -
! il..n li.
I; ir. - r un:
Win na-ii- ivonne leading to Oregon
Hill from Kirsl stn ? t i- one ol the most
tares, and on dal it nights,
on account <<t ii* situation, ls dan i rou* i
persons liv in.: In that sicinity; and ai the
'- ind lives 11 oki' citlzt us ire thereby
imp rilli 'i. nd then 1 elnj no yas-latnps
in thai locality; the r< fore, I
Kettolved rd ol Aide mw n
curring), ] bal the <'.lillee on Light
look into thi- important subject and base
,'i,. ps placed on llowtrd *;n > i and .Maid, n
lane, "ii < in ijon Hill.
Bj Mr. Bon le: That the I ommittee on
< Irdinanci i be Instruct! 'I to prepare a
suitable ordinance making il unlawful for
tni nurse or other person to dian or pro*
pei :inv bnby-4trriage containing an In?
fant or young child along the roadway pr
sidewalk "f Broad *'n < I between Firs!
ind Ninth, except carrbtges containing the
children or warda ol reiidt ni* b< tween
-?ml linn!* on *.lid streets, or tlwchildren
ol persons visiting said residents, and
thc*c laiti i univ in oonalng frostor returnr
lng to thc h.-arc*t connecting street. Rc
fei .1 I,. < trdinance < 'ommltti e.
Bj Mr. Bowie; Lnstmcttug the Ordi
ti mee Committee to prepirein ordinance
forbiding the erection of any brick store
or dtv.'llin'j-hoii-.- thc "Ut' r wills ol whit h
shill bc leta tli.m eighteen Inches thick.
a fi er the adoption "f some otin r routine
l'li-im-ss of minor importance the Council
Tho New City CeiiMi-s.
Tho pottee made rery fair progress in
th.ir wort yesterday,and in a few daya
ni re w ill be able to conclude thi- und. i
Thc totals io far arc as follow!:
Second di lin t.l-.-a.,
oii'iid r> tal.
Humber ol ntmes lilted yeiterdtyi 5,028.
linn Itu il road Sale.
In the City circuit Court yesterday the
Washington ami Western Railroad Com?
pany moved Judge Wcilford to postpone
thc -ale advertised toi"- madeon April tth.
Thc Judge decreed thal the ipecfal com?
missioners ahall be vested n ith the discre?
tion tO postpone -aid * de if (rom any caine
lisbali seem expedient to do io,ind to
modify Un- UTRM ol -ale bj Ic-cui-.u UM
Tia BCtT Of II wm:.-Thc Charleston,
s. <'.. paper- publish the follow in-r, recently
laid before the City Council:
-ni l.!i?.lt BTtRRT, )
i;n iim"M>, Va.. Mani. Jl. 1888. S
lion. WiUUm A. C"itrt'nay, rhurlcxtou.
Hoar sir,? lt affords me pfetture U?lt?
form von thal thc clay bust efl the laU
Robert Y. Ilavuc is marly ready to ht casi
In plaster. It bas boon nindi admired, am
I would be pleated In -how it to ans
friends of yours living In the city or win
mat be btw on a rittt. They .an see tin
bust during thc ncNt week from 10 to I
O'clock, at nit *'mli". Il w mild give mi
much pleasure could ron also gee lt Rt tba
Bowann \. \ .uknunk.
Ifaa/ftjjM 8f m 1 OsUBTTBBfB Kihi: Di:
!'autuint.--Au adjourned meeting of th
Committee on Fire Departmeut-CHt.tai:
John J. King, ehtiinnan?will meet r,. lieut!
film this evening at .j o'clocV. \0 tinis
the organization ol thc new Uook-ani
if. j Ladder Truck CoTHI?ny,
I ho Iti.ar<1 of Hi nilli.
iviivT racv v*k or nm cor mu.?noan
^Tur.KT-i iKiMMj roaca nkkdko? bbm
BOSrmi,?WATBB RENTS-IXSl'MTiill op
BciLuDros? Diaonta ?r ktkkkts?vblcbi
rsraB not QOOB ron stalls ?bbwbb cob*
Thc toltowlng is from the annual report
Nfthc Board of Health:
The Bomber of deaths in the year 1683
v a* l.s.,;;--white, 7!>2; colored, l,r,fil-a
leereaseof ita winn aaapavea with the
-.port for 1SS|. The decrease j,, the while
ace was ,3; hj Hie col..red, li;}. Rats af
nortality of Un- whole population per
boussnd wa* fT.ift! rate of mortality "f
yhitr population, hi.sn; colored populs
ion, :i7.H?. In estimating Hie population
if thin city at illino? whit*', HMHiO; coi?
ned, 86,000?nt the middle of the past
rear, we think we are far lielovv the BBtasJ
lumbers. In thi* opinion ni tBdOSJJBllln
ustained hy the sentiment of the eRIaens.
Fa such an extent is it JBJlBatBl that a mw
?ni-u* i* demanded. The liirxe BiHBSter
if dwellings which have Leen eroded in
bs past two y<*BW, all of which lind oe?,
wills, while the old ones retain tenants,
md tho prospect, well rounded, that the
lumber of ni w baOdhsH Ibis year will ex
wed any previou* year, warrant the belief
hat our population exceeds aw estimate.
? The health of Pie pt opie i* the tir-t duty
>f tin- statesman.'' livery dollar properly
pent in thia dtreettoa will be ri turned sas>
lundredfold in the prosperity of tbe etty
nd the happiness of individual-: leeured.
Now. if may he properly asked, What i*
lie remedy, and what i* expected of the
itv Pat lier*.
i-t. That adequate meena beeupplledthe
loard of Health t" keep all the *tiv. t* and
llcys which are the property of the etty
lian. We need an additiona'l force nf la
orera nd teaunsto perform saeh work.
2d. Establish a free hospital far tte care
?f Hie indigent aide.
3d. Appoint district physteans to sites*!
lie pom- who have linnie*, hut are unable
ii employ physicians, thus relieving the
'cn, ni ho-pilal.
Uh. The ventilation of the puhlie BOW
i-. a measure heretofore recommended,
lemands ymir attention. We ti u-t tim' it
-a-! a partial begtaaiBB" may ! e made this
'ear. Such action j, detnandedof proper*
i-owini* who are compelled io protect
In ir buildings hv yum' ordinance* in thi*
"i;h. Inasmuch as tin Bushing of private
lewera i- all Importsnt, and cannot be
borougbly secured without the eoOpera*
i"n if the landlords, we deem it essential
hat :,n ordinance be patsed requiring toe
iwnera of bouses topsj tbe water-rents.
if In] us td " in this particular i- complaint <1
if. thc Landlord ha- his remedy in adding
o tlie rent ..f hi- bouse. Thc public health
hoiild imf he allowed ti he int. rfered with
iy tin- desire on the pori <>f the owner of
he property io escape thc payment of thi*
?mail *iim required.
iv-rm re : ?" ll 'i anas.
Otb. An ordinance should be la-- tl by
eblca a comp.; -tit person may he a, point
d hy your hollie- a- inspector of buttd
ogs, ile should he one thoroughly cona
relent both by education ami i ctleal
tnosi ledge tosu|>en Lae tie- ? r. ction of new
iiiil.lin.'s from the foundation up. Ka
nirilege ahould be granted for the erect ion
?f a building until tlie plan* have he, n -llli
nitieii to aud approved hy him. He should
iie mik warranted in denying hi- permit
[rom Justified doubt as to aultable materlali
ii-oil. inch as strength ol Umbers, thick
ms- ,,f wu!!-, proper ventilation "f rooms,
md ventilation of sewers; and LaaRpnb
he buildings, sufficient and ca-v mode "I
cgri -- in case ol fire or other alan -
remuneration to he paid hy the p. rsoa eon
ting building. Such officer caa wit!
proprietv, under tbe supervision of thi
Board, )"? ul-" ch irgi d whh the duty ol
examining pr ? the request "f a
piireiia-. r rn- lent- r iii* f,, - lo he paid hy
them), in consequence of existing or s>
legi d .!? i'. .?!- in ihe sanitary arrangemi ol ?
.f which he had not been informed. Tbll
n i- made in i onsi qui ni.i th.
'- ni on tbe Board for exatnin 'timi
.I pr mises which hive h.. n purcfa .-? d oi
rented witbout proper or careful inquiry
having, been made a- to v. lu tie r th. j wen
in good - initarv condition, and which lia v.
k-en found defVctivi to such mi extentai
., riouslj to Impair thi ir value, u, wn ai
Pi,, time! j the "W n.r or '-? nt ol thc pro?
perty. Some action In this din ction i- di ?
ulrabli. ii'1' Board i- willing to use ex?
traordinary e.iie in thia reaped if at*
th,.ri/ .i !?.. your i ".li"-, ind w iii " kee|
' .,f ali , \ ; di vclopmenti
ia Inllng to the - mil ry i onditii n ol dwell
in.- I i' till1 iii-! < :i 'ti "f the public, iii I
i ai ii - lui lng -mil property fm- -ale 11
rent w "I t" put it in a In allie
fut conditti n, and reasonable aecurltj
woul ll I to th. family and > ommu
inti, lh- | r.. alli milan uica-ure r- v i i >
nt, ia I iiii: mainly i" ihe aecuritj
of human life."
Thc li..ard is fully alive to the fi. t that
Richmond can I oasl of accomplished archi
tc t-. master builders and contract, ra, m
competent workmen in ?\?i> di partaseni
ol work necessary for building, wba an
pn pared to furnish designs, to superb*
tend buildings, and to furnish proper Bia
l.ii il-f..r Hie -:nne: hut it i-v.. !l k now i
Hut they ara cramped by tbe reoueaAiral
viewa of owaera ol property. Hence Um
materials used must depend upea thi prtei
agreed npoo under the contract, and :
pio|a i- regard lor the lately of the hoasM
and it- sanltsrj condition is l"-t sio|lt ,,,
Thi- is eminently no as to plumbing, h
which, ol all other paris ,,f a boase, tin
-tia! -t attention -hmiid ba paid hs teen
lin.' Hie best m if.-rials.
If Hi,- f- ri - ?ing aujrgt "tion does ne,
ni, et with jour approval, then enlarge th
[lowen Ol !!:? I'.'iiid "f Health, and au
tborize it to deelsre when a botase i* bani
table or not. a- i- done in most cities.
-I Al'I.V -I Q&] . !? N .
Tih. Thc i.m.. i to thc pul tie health bj
allowing -ink- ind Isak] boxes lor than
ception ..f nighhjoil .ail fm- your oaaCIa
Interference. Roi oal| the sui-oil i
i!,, rebj i iiiut. i sad. the wi Ila rend) rei
impure, hut the ad i spin re i- hui regaati i
with offensive odors. Then inedf we m|
gesl i- t" pasa au ordlnancs abolLahla
links altogether, rwinlring watcr-iL-h
boxes to I c lubslituteu.
sth. lt ii desirable that yea heed asa*
frestlon heretofore made a- bs the recsel i
contagious discs* -. Thi- erdiasnee aa
been endorsed by the pressmana, and wi
affect few others.
litii. a gras! Ballanee ls many ol on
citizen* i- Hu- license allowed in keeping
burge number "f cows on any premlsi
within Hw corporate limit-. <>nlv thai
who live near lilah c-t.it li-hmcnt.*, o.- wh
have to pa-* mar lin tn. ran jud-,'"' "f the
offensiveness. Wt hope hmm) actton wi
he laki-n in thia din -ction.
loth, A suggestion made lOBM veal
-inc. a- to certain restnettons being pases
upon thc hahit of driving BOflSSS, univ
callie, fcc., through tt'e -tic t- at any Un
nf the day, can with propriety baSjajsj
presented to roux constderatton. T'.w-uiii
of Richmond' ia Ihli line lia- brg->ly i
crta?ed; BO BsBCfa .*<> that pltHUUliol
should at one li.- taken to lej^tltite i
Several Meldanda have occurred is the pa!
Wc have Um urged by phy-kbo* ai
citizens to agata cuter our pr<vb?t :uraiii
lin practice of diggiax up strews in t
Bummer ami fall. Thai work may, vii
prop'h ty, be conlaed to a period axtea
itu irani October tn .lum. Hue physic,
nporti d Ire casca of typhoid fever (tBrS
which were fatd) whleJi occurred with
titty feot ol Main atrsat, anil at Hine, din"'
tnt" house*, while that -treat was hei
graded for the atrsct railway Lust slim ,u
Wo usk the hearty cc0p.rwUon of t
citizen.*, lt luis baan well said t>y ope
K'lixland's vvi-est *!atesnieu that ?? no sa
tory improvement worth thc name will
effectod, whatever aits you pasji or wh
ever powers you cvofer tipoo put
TERMS OF ADVEKTIHINO
' ASH Itt AKI.tlll.'i , > AI'V V > ?.
<inesc|ieiri., >>ne I a ns I b ai.1 s>,
One*.|Uue. itt.. ] . , i ? ii . 100
().,?? ..|, ;.r... fl.roo lavrMirti*. I 50
Outl |iiire,s|x|ri^.rtiorts. S 00
Oii"*.|.iar',ltre|vclii?<rt|.ins.?. 5 50
Ono sn nacre, one month.,. loot
ono-nure. Itv,, ii?,i..|,h. . JU 00
Quos innrc.Uirop months.... 2* tt)
omVem, unless a rer.l ami Intelligent Inter?
est in tho matter n cn at.-d among the peo?
ple at large." ^
Wo know of no etty in the Union whens
tbe authorities have edie red mote f.itllities
for the roll, f.rf hsr|ti7/etisfromiinnori*iMiisrv
burden* than our own. In mo*t dries tho
? >'?'tunants ofl biMsws are reejMawd Ki sweep
the sldi walks, guitars, and on.- half of Ibo
streets. Hie authorities confining tin mselyra
tt Hie removal of the dirL Ac., thus eof
lo.-.ted. All refuse metter when placed ssj
thirl it can he readily reached is removed.
No tMnpkdal has ever been made to this
othes that it has mt bern attended to. If
'"ming limier fheftirlsdbtlAa of the Board.
NV.- tinst that ia the futrrre wt t?ha!l he e n
tttRngti in our work Ly the hearty tts*
operation tt our eiliaeiis. We now come
te another point.
The kRRi of each houseboW should
be his own sanitary inspector. He
should critically examine hi* prem
bsm from cellar to jiarret and look Into
every corner ol Ins lot rn see Ural no offen?
sive materials are allowed to otb ct. Do
not rest satlstled with cleaning the floors of
your apartments, hut lime-wash the tv-ill*
nt least once a year?barre them tx/whei
down often dorine the mr, When paper?
ed, this is -HI more important. No fear
iiM'.l he cut. rt.dneil of injury thereby. If
it ls thought desirable to paper the wall*
of sleeping apartments let a cheap kind of
paper ba used, as it can be elwin ire-rf more
fr. fluently at slight e-ost. Ry all means
avoid tho velvet paper, as it retain. SJtasV
live etlltivi.i. Thc avoidance if paper in
sleeping apartment- eiMbarl MM to lime
WMB them a* often a* it mav bl desirable!
with bm little, eoat if paper teluna!, which
eui ht varnished, objeetton to its nm would
be removed, Mil eooid bc rognlatls wssttssj
Among the duties devolving upon tho
In ad of every household j. ..b-.rcY.inee of
the precautions to protect frmn dbceaae.
Mott "f which can h.-adopted with but lit?
tle COtt. and With a-*urance of -(ieee**.
Our ol.ligations do mit ce: se at lioinr. Tho
relation! between neighbors is *<> ,| ,..?.?
the intercourse often so inf ininti?thal-what
sib eta ono hou*eh..|il readily extend-. Ne?
glect on the part of one mav jeopardize tim
bi sith oft whole district. Hence every irotsj
citi/cn should set that be and hi* iuitne
dUte surroundings do not hoe. mo fri. mis of
disease. " .v healthful home, with hoirthfnl
social connection*, makes husband and
wife master ind MlMttM <( tin- -anility
situation. Then UM to-called accidental
perils which beset the young, the deadly
diseases caused by contagion or Inti etton,
can atl'e.t no kufgRMRt,,flor abe h..ii*e- hts
h. .-anio u centre ..f sanitation. Thi* u
' iy. Keep '.ul Ute damp. I,t in th. -mt.
-. i arats the boose rr..in the earth bi neath,
conni et it wiih the air above, make the an?
nual lloll-c-elo.lllilKJ -elni-iir.lUil. md ac?
cept it si i wise di*poi,.itioii of Provi?
dence." It ha- I..-n Welland lei - Iv mil
that epidemic diseases an- "God's protect
So my the Board ofl BttBb. Tttey in?
vite tit ? eodperattonol the mintie: A good
vvav to I.- jin i- ,o report tl rou-rh the nt*
Kee or otherwise Um pr mlsea- stnttte-RiE
mid*t ?.f the city?-not contMeted, as re
qtilrcd by ordinance,with public lewers.
[MR 0TiiK.it LOCAL ski; foi uni ?AOE?1
!? Mein, irium.
At a nu tiinj of the tn maje Ts ..f the Kx
cbance lol Woman's Work hold Friday,
Milich :Mti),.tlie following ri wluttoRt wen
Wini-' a- sim-o tl,.- Btfl oflicial m. .'ting of
our Hoard Heath ht! invaded our circle ?
Resolved, That in the rom..val of .Mrs.
William L. Hill we n leogulll th. SOVeWltJRl
power ..f an All-Wise I'm viii, ncc and bow
in sorrowful submission to His will.
Resolved, That while wc elc.'plv m.itirii
Hi. los. ,,f an elli, i'tit and I., loved ineui
ber, who bon- the Interests .<f mm infant
orginitatton bo sincerely upon In .rt and
ininti, w. pray thal her example may not
be l"-t npon us, ind wi i? el thal the Ins
but exchanged t briitutn service lore aa>
h>w lor perfect blessedness and the rent
thal n maine th f>.r th ? i eople "i Hod.
Ri * "??',, I hat We 1. inter her allinled
family our heartfelt sympathy, Itelievint;
that God, whom ih---. -. rv., will al-o -na
tain and comfort tnt m.
- '. 11 it In n:.: mbranM "f <>ur
Itmi i'd fri nd, and In pursuance al her
lastexprt (Bed and earnest wish in n jard
!? t c Excliangc, are will establish a fund
of tickets lor the use "t needy nersetss.
atnl that Hil* sbail i ? died the Metnottel
In consideration ol Um shove, Um tn ti-t
irera of the Exchange for Woman's WetE
desire t>. call attention t>, r',- fact thal Hat ra
irtmtny tickets lying idle wblefa Might
he "f (rn it sers Ice to n< t dj people,
lt -nih tickt i- shall be brought io- Bm
Exchanges judicious disposition will ba
i:\iiiiiiiioii oi lin.- I'l.-tuivs.
Af the Art Cali, rv >.f Mr. L. I..-wi*, 012
.Main street, there will he exhibited ?
[beautiful oil.cti.ni of water-ceJtn and
t.. 1-. n jr;ivin'js to-dav, andeotitinisiiigfor
two or thnc days. The public ne "-'>r
di.iliy invited to *.?.? th. tn, iMlaSBM many
other of his picture*.
V, ii cults ruo-Ll vt.it (Ht ano Lt*.ii:. Thu
i'll. ...I* af pmsati t?u? Mat attn raatseM from
confirm,I con mit Kan Ky tfio use- > t tlel- ..il/lnal
ptS ,, at! a, aili ll, > teat, lui |..ir"i> - liam-rives
have,hy rvconuuc-i'inna lt au?l n.1,!!..*I. lain/ El
tt..a ieiiu: i m. ii >. aitua ii-' i'U' bj a san i bbsm
larliytaN.it Ksstaiuct nat Cst eat isl Oil ss lt
Un- I'.'ial. in Dim .?. ii'..I af Ila c14. c-iut Ratty
uni uni.od doablj rsTesrAlte ka islettattsaafll
lam . ttl..' h l-K.If a i. lint.te |.rin
elpb . . iiipltiii/.- .w'.iir. ttitii ju-t tte .vvsUtai.ee rer
,i?li,d t, lei i.nl r. aton Itt Massssut luna:*-.
\. Bj, wu!.-,c. Boston preprJtMr. bstfl Ly all
dnuQ i -i?._
Koli oat* sn ??? ti,lu. iwauss "ii uisahuunBa
-. ','i-tit. | I' I ii-i r-. .V.. "lil.ii mit
be > at n ubll rfrast a ? ola
ttiti. til.- aaaaf Bat tan' n mi. i Bajubb)
A M.n.UT CeM 0, ll ., lice , L, I f. n i'll stt ? ?i u
Iniij--. ninja s's I'lto'c. HhM 'lil's Bl -
and a!iuo*t Hum. dla'.. .. ? i. ?*ld SBetf ll tStnta
I'lltio, 'll, Hut-,
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Li-t ??*, son neeJ onlv * , DiiiKu'. -titi*
Dnnenro. RutMate aaMsali vaaatat aastuul,
aat anas sa popular, lalsasnpei lahleaauusut.
A DOWN-TOtH HEBCHABT having
?**? passed several xml lr.- ii Kt.*. 4h>tesrlieJ Ly
tin )/..iii, * mt ii "bs af a Batt > bag stats, sat tie
sautst aoarrluaMI Hist Mit-, ss inflows
BUOTIIINU BTBO* aaa Jual Um mUi i? uss .led,
Itrorurcd ssuppl. abrShechild. os BtaeauBsj h"iu?
BBtaauuBsiMiusj ia- alni *ith>\nsi ti, BaEaaatai
aMtMasBulMaauaM asmtalaaBaM aa BBtMltt'aB
i isin was stronidsj 'u favor of lloinu-wpatby. lbx*
night Hie chi at |aAoM 1 Iii il'tleiiAiaf anil tho pal cul*
witt.' utshs';/. Ketti)nins: lio'tn- tia. 'lat tBtUUSRsjb
Ku- faller limsi Hie bBBSJ >4lll siorsr; and, white
io)itoni|da'aSesjt alioth, r-lie alt ?e naatu, t! ?? stStBM
SUSJptsl livaa Un- room to sllcad lusomo <1oiii,**Uq
.Inti * ui-3 tefl tin- fall-,.? v Uh BM lilli l'uriiix
tnr .i'>*srsra ho a.Iinlasrn-retd a ih.rtl.oi .>r Uiu
?aStlttR .\vru|> to Sae haby anti sabl BSButlfS
HM irfKhl di lutix1*, ,ha I Ut*)!, md the HUI. t\U
ii.tt strata in Um 'bsbMbi astjatanal happy. Thu
SsMnMWSB ihllnhi,,! vclh Rm sud I, u and tvoii
aattM-tuBMRs laBstaMaanaM tirst MRa BiM tho
>lo*?ijtl"ii pr u-UeeU BBUUJ lie r, lu. taaUaSBUMS UMt
SU? *>yrup, ainl jutf. rln/, cr) In MttSS sud r,?lleisa
Burble haw, tsaiaauurat. s.in,;..' sraslui tai hp*
rup neve- tot fiillcl Lo rattttc Um t?!.) ?iaJ utrr
iv.iue. tr e prejudice* af t ?? saatsssr.
is"'..', bf all aBMsTRMi tte. ? i oi:\-.
AVc-rio.R BAIeM ram hay.
k'RVNK U. HILL A ie).. 6 I'. M.. nw |,r|,k
itw.-llluK, No. titi Bc tenth rtreu-t, las^a
Msi-ti.ill ami t lat ,lie> I-.
K I Ho.VI Km) n HHOWS.U S. M., h, uphold and
' Iti't.eit fiimK .rv. at No. 113 west Cary vtrett
E. II.COOK, ll A. M., fru.l-!nt's,srape-vtiu-s, te .
JN'O. K. LAlCHl'iN. JK.. ins A. M. .tu t IS ?'?
U.,sUvvr-platrsl ware, Ac
J NO. E. LAl'UUTON.al 4 ?\n?\ P. M.. the U
btary if tai kl? Judge Uoucmv.