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lien Ore tod Coal to Be Placed On
The Free List.
SPIRITS AND TOBACCO.
laeress? ?( Tax o? The letter Not Yet
(from Our B*gular Correfpondent?)
WASHINGTON. D. C, October 7.-It
seems to be the general understanding
about the Capitol that the forthcoming
tariff Mil will Include a reduction of the
??ulntlng duty on Iron ore and coni, find
many people are of the opinion that lioth
articles will be placed on the Tree list
in spite of the protests made by intcr
*?ttcd parties in all portions of t$e
country In which Iron and coal an? pro?
duced. Virginia and West Virginia, so
f.ir as owner? of mines aro concerned,
will feti the prapOMd ridltstttOB, and
some vigorous protects ha\? BSBB en?
tcred by West Virginia people; but th<?>?
have had apparently no effect on Chair?
man Wilson, of Ihe Ways and Mwni
committee. He nnd most of th? |??????
men who are angagsil trltk bha Ifl Uw
preparation of the hill, hold that while ?
considerable number of people ar?; op?
posed to a reduction In the duties, the
masses In all the Stateri will rasp a bene?
fit when coal and Iron are put on the free
POSITION OF NEW ENOLAND.
The heaviest demand for a departure of
this kind comes from IBS NtTB England
manufactuM-rs. During th- Fifty-lirst
Congress Mr. Bale, of Main??, presented
In the Sena;?? ? BBOSt fornii.'..ill?? petition
from New England manufacturen
than five hundred of the Iradtnt firms?d??
mundtng thai Iron ora, coal, and one <>r
two other artici I he mad?? free of duty.
The petition was printed In beautiful
style, and the signers also asked that the
duty on pig iron, scrap Iron, etc., be re?
decid. Mr Hi?1,?? pre?.-.it.?,l th* fame
without comment, but at the time li tra?
regarded ?* a tnost atsniScant mora on
the part Of tituiH realizing that they
coni ? not competa with other sections
of the country unless their raw material
was allowed to cone in free of duty,
VIRGINIA'S EICHT IN '87.
During the Fiftieth Congress, when the
Democrats wen engaged in an effort to
pe ?bal w? known n? tha Mills' tariff
Mi!, som? lively talk* were ma Is In the
caw us??* of the Democratic patty. It Ifl
well known to many persona who kept
.?? close w?tch upon the events of that
Congress, that some of the Virginia mem
fought in the caucuses the proposi?
ti t . place ? m1 and Iron on th.? free
nie ? n corresponding reduction tras
:?? le on the manufactured urtici??* ?,f
nd ."? ? tbe Mid lie Btatea The
: ol propose that product?
Ir State should be discriminated
? un! ss they could have some bene
? r. ductng dutlea on ?.la ma le
r sections! and thi* time the same
?? || be ai pll? d, and th? re is every
on ' t thai they aill get ? hai
il they will have to submit
? . the placing of coal and Iron on the
: ? in nil probability.
N( ?RTH ?' \K> 'LENA WISHES.
II i?; also safe to say thai lumber will
? ? on the free list. At <>n<? time In
ihn years gone by, there was a protest
? ar] in North Cai Una, but II cannot
? ?? learn? l thai North Carolina la ? iw
objecting to the proposition. Th? fad
? the n. iti r !?? that while North Carolina
has some of the finest lumber In the woi : I,
the exports to foreign countries ?ir.> be?
coming ? ? large from Ihe old Btate thai
Yrr j My willing to let
resa do anything it pienses with
??. me y an ago a demand was ma le by
? ?? Carolina Republicana that ml? ? be
\iiy protertr-1. Inasmuch as there tue
?? deposita "f mica in the State, but
? . ;. of thai Bori is beard bere now.
?? ?BACCO TAN INCREASE,
Internal revenue arni sugar Ques*
? nre still worrying Mr. Wilson end
.(lutes <?? th?? committee, and
1 :?? it l* protali?? that they trill be
Hi 1 t.. ? ? ..inni' nd an In? :
? 11\ ?.? beer ani spirit*, none are so
?.?t as 11 advocate any Increase
r the tolwcco tax. At leant, the dire? ?
imposition has noi been me le In th??
?ninitt.e, according m what one of
in? members told the i?i-; I
pondent yesterday. Tariff reformers ?.f
Wntterson school would i i u ?? to lu?
th?? tobacco lax, aad if they
? .iigiit they could accomplish the thing,
. would so anea ?. but they know
y would raise ? s1 itm among the
memberr from the B'etes la which the
s* iple 1* produced. They would have to
G eilt Sir. Wisu pre-'.v hard, and aa t.
Mr. Bwanaon, why the proudest thins
fie has to think of during his
moments here In Washington, is that lie
senta In pnrl the great bright-to
haccco bell of the Union. He fairly
curled <?n that theme when he made hi*
recent speech on the financia] qui tlon,
?nd he looks upon the people down In
the Danville ?listrict a* the noblest he
knows, and Mjrs thai they have interest*
that not only add to the wealth of th? na?
tion but they cannot and will not
ytand any higher taxation on their chief
product. Then there are Farmer Edmunds
and others in the Virginia delegation who
think and feel the ?ame way, and thi
Watterson tariff reformers will hav<> to
?tick to tho other schedules and let to?
bacco alone, or else moot with lively
opposition when the bill Is finally pre?
LOOK OUT FOR THE UNEXPECTED.
Th?? Congressmen who think that really
the present tobacco tax ought to b? Bbol?
lshert, will be reasonable In this contest,
and they are perfectly willing to let mat?
ters stand, but they cannot afford to bo
crowded, and It I* pleasant to know that
the proposition advocated l?y pom?? of the
ultra men Is not yet seriously consid?
ered, but there is no tilling what may
happen, and that 1* why the Virginia
and North ?"'andina members will keep
? close watch on tho bill as It Is beine
Mr. Henderson, of North Carolina, ha*
Several Important Mils pewllng to regu?
late the Internal revenue an?l to p tin ve
some of the hardships, that are com?
plained of both In hi* State nnd in Vir?
ginia. He expats to pre*.* his bill*. Mit
1t Is doubtful If th??y will be acted on
until late next spring.
Members of the Virginia delegation,
while not yet having had any positive
declnratlon from the President, are In?
clined to think that he will soon begin
to make moro changes in the larger
jKistmastershlps In the State. The Pres?
ident has been so busy for the past week,
that he ha* not had an opportunity to
dispose of the question.
THE FEDERAL LEGISLATURE
Mr. Voorhe?? (nil? for a Continuous Se??
al? ??????? tVr?Ji<.?day.
(By telegraph to the Dispatch.)
WASHINGTON, D. C. October ? tftTTT
'ATE?At the opening of the day's ses?
sion In the Senate. Mr. Wolcott offered
the following resolution, which went over
"Resolved. That the Senate Committee
on Finance be directed to report a bill
for the coinage of gold and allver In ac?
cordance with the policy act forth In the
bill reported by the committee Auguat
?. \KXi, being Houae of Representatlvea
bill No. 1."
Thla refers to tho declaratory aectlon
of th? Voorhees bill.
The silver-purchase repeal bill was then,
Bt 1L1S, taken up, and Air. Voorhees,
chairman of the Finance Committee, eald:
"I desire this morning to state, in the
hearing of the Senate and of the country,
that oa Wednesday next, after the meet?
ing of the Senate. I shall aek It to con?
tinue In session until a vote Is taken on
tli?. pending measure, and I shall ask and
? ?i?? t senators to maintain a quorum for
? io transaction of buslnea? until the end
:? reached of this protracted struggle.
1 mtght say more, but more Is not neces
I give this notice In order that
tors may govern themselves accord?
ingly, 1n the performance of the duty
which they owe to the public."
Mr. Roach (Republican), North Dakota,
.' ' !ie?scl the Senate In favor of the re
I??.! of the Sherman act, but ?????????
? dbatra that there ahould be some legls
ln connection v,lth It thut would
' .-liver as legal-tender money.
followed by Mr. Allen (Populist),
i, who, on auKgestlon to procure
audience for him being made
? .-"tewart. said he did r.ot want
'?> hear. "All right," said Mr.
1 "but if tbey were here they
w ..d learn something."
An amusing colloquy, which took the
form Of a catechism on flnsnee, took
?!_*> between Messrs. Allen and Dolph,
? to tbe diff?rence between the actual
sol the face value of gold and atlver
Mr. Allen claim?*?! that the free and un?
limited ?coinage of any metal made the
bullion value of that metal equivalen} to
Ite coinage vain?. Mr. Dolph regarded
that proposition as a very remarkabl?
one. and cltel the fact that under the
Bland act, when there were as many
silver dollars coined In four months as
had been coln??d In the preceding elxhty
years, the market price of silver, had
fnll'-ii far bcl'nv th? 00.11aI? value ?if
silver. The cxilanatlon offered of that
fuct by Mr. Allen wris that th?re was a
?rest body of stirpine silver, which was
not admitted to the mints, and thnt tt was
that surplus which broke doWB the price.
Mr. Allison undertook to stralgh?
the tanahV He agreed teat with free nnd
unllmlt'd coinage Of silver In the United
States the silver bullion In ? dollar and
the COtned HP? r dolisi would be of the
ssme value. They won' 1 represent tin?
sam? thliiK? Bnt If the Pnlt?d Mat?*
undertook to use both gold and cllvr
as a measure of value, then a new Qneo
tlon would be rais?.1 -the question of the
ratio between tt ? two.
Mr. Whit?? ?Democrat), of I/onislana.
nino came Into the discussion, and asked
Mr. ? Men how, if the depreciation of sll
?, er had been caused by n?lverse Icglsla
ti?.n lu the Pntted State? and In India.
that ?vii coni! be remedied by partial
l?gislation? How could It be 0000 With?
out l?gislation by all the countries In
Mr. Allen replied that the l'nlt'1 State?
ed M per ? nt. of the world1? sUver,
ind If the government put the tfro metals
,?, .?luaiity, and >?.??>' free and uniim
....?? to them, the owner of Btlver
, haillon In other countries would not pell
??t .?t the present pri?e, because, as Mr.
Allison h id admitid, it WOOld he Worth its
At this point of the dlSCUM Ion. Mr.
Allea, without rompletlng his apeecb,
\ leldi ? to a motion to adjourn, a
Benote, at 4 P. M., adjourned until Mon?
day at ? ?. M.
HOUSE OF PPI'PPSPXTATIVPS.
Ten Democrats nnd twelve P? publicans
wet? in th?? chiuiii'cr when tha House met
at p "?, ?.a k ti -day. The F< d< ral elec
tlon-blll ?waa then taken up, Mr. Everett
(Democrat), of Massachusetts, ?lid n"t
deny the constltutlonel powi r of Coo
? . ? ."S th? laws, but !??? did not
: ? ? that it bad the moral rieht
The samu corruption at election
gone ?n unier these laws as bad
..n before the time of their a loi ? 1
laws were Imp?t? ni and Inel
?? ?? remove ? from the statut?
Ha would remove every law that grew .??it
nt the war.
Mr. Qrosvener (?Ohio) ridiculed th?? pes
ent position of the Democracy In Con
areas i\it!i rebellion In one wing of the
Capitol aad demoralisation in the other.
Mr. Oatea, In opposing the I
election laws, eulogised 11
Bt ii"s, and declan I that t ?
those States w? re law-abld
Ineanable (as had been charged) of keep?
ing ? nursery of fraud. He oppo ? ? the
la as on constitutional groun
Mr. H.'j.l.iiru (Ri publican), I rwa,
? ,? th? pr sent : tarn? ? Inb rfi red with
lew .?1 - lecttOns In Ihi Btal T! ? only
puipose of tl.?? 1'? 1 rain lectli n lav
that there should be ??? see al ti;?? polls;
that there should b? tbe right ot every
voter t?? vote as he pl< ?
Mr. Bwanson (Virginia) entered bla
? prol Bt ag ilnsl the charges
which th?? Republican ep aki
against the honesty of elections in th?
Mr. Weadoch (Democrat), Mlchhj
vocated the repeal bill tured tbe
dangers which must follow tbe ? ?
..f the Federal-election li m .
Mr. Cannon (Illinois) s ild that he did
not expect that anything he coul I say
would chant;?' a single vote on the ? n ;
ine; measure; but he wished t.?
thai the necessity ani propriety <?:' Ute
? election l iwb had been mlsrepre
H nted by gentlemen ?ai the other Bide : le
? the coi
laws, and Bald that citizens havli
righi to vote should ???- allowed to ??\????
clse that right, and t.? ith r con ipi
Intimidation should deprive th m of that
.ir. H un ton (Democrat), Min?te, do
. thai the I'? Ii ral-electlon Law? hod
?- >n en u ted in ord? r to peri el late tha
Republican pai ty in powi r.
Mr, Hull (Repul Hi an), Iowa, sui
the constitutionality of tbe es ting Fed
Mr, Cousins (Rei ui llcai I, loara, ?
it.?- j.? ii!i?..? I g? iition.
Fifteen members a re present when, at
5:40 o'clock, tbe Hou t . .. recess until
There were eight : present when
the House met aftei ? \;r. Kiigor.?,
ol Texas, who waa acting Bpeah
t? ??. . soli mnly ? ailed tbe House to ?
and Mr, ? (rad) 11 temo? ? , < 'aro?
iftet suggesting thai there was do
quorum, spoke In favor of the pen ling
bill, ii?? was followed by Mr. D inn (Dem
? ra??, New Jersey, In ti"? sane? ? ne. Tir.
McCleary (Republican), Minnesota, apone
repeal, and Mr. Alderson (Demo?
crat), West Virginia, In support of it.
The House tii.ti, at 10:30, adjourned till
11 o'clock Monday.
CARLISLE AND VOORHEES.
D?mocratie Boosts Coafareaee?Dose It
Mean SI ver Compromise V
(By telegraph to the Dispatch.)
WASHINGTON, ??. ?'.. October : The
monoton) of a dull day in th? I
w ? - broken at I o'clock thi
v,ii.?n Becretsxy Carlisle appi ired In the
loom ani began hoi ling lit ?
ferences with such Benators aa came in
response to hi?* raquee! for interviewa
H? bad not been there long a*f?n be was
met by sir. Voorbees, chairman <>f the
Finance Committee, uni wenl to i
of that committee, where they were
closet?.1 f..r some time,
The presence of Mr. Caritele caused the
spread <?f nil forts of rumore, a id more
or li-^s significance was given t.? t!.
which so speedily followed the public
announcement of Mr. Voorbees on the
floor of tho Senat?? that senators would
be requested to attend the session ri? ? t
Wednesday, with the view of remaining
until u tinal result has been reach? I,
While tho doors of the commltte?
w?rc closed, ?? few other Democrat!
tora o r? -"ut for, and tu?? situation was
discussed In all Its phases in a calm and
dispassionate manner, Mr, Carlisle came
to the Senate directly from a conference
with th?? President, but if be carried any
tnessag? to senators that message was
guarded most sedulously,
Aft??r the confettile?.? was over, Mr.
Voorhces inaile the following sta?
in a reporter ?>f the Booth? rn Aoaoctated
Preen; "it will be manifestly Improper
fur me to say anything ot a confldenttal
talk that passed between Benators and
the Secretary of the Treasury; but I can
say that there was absolutely nothing
to causo any uncoBlness ui? produce
any mystery in the minis of the Republi?
cana or the prece. W? erer? looking over
the situation, and 1 am free to say that
1 waa at his house last night. a:vl at that
time wo discussed the pending lib. It
Wool bo strati??? If we did not, In view
Of tho fact that wc c.\p? ?t final action
How about the propositions for a com?
promise,?" th?? Senator was a
Til!?: ADMINISTPATION UNCOMPRO?
"So far as I am concerned." sail Mr.
Voorhaea, "I know of no coniiromisc,
and can therefore say nothing on that
subject. I dO know, though, that the ad?
ministration has taken no backward atep,
and that any statements looking? to a re?
treat are utterly untrue. Tho tight here
la to be continued as it began, for th?
unconditional repeal of the purchasing
clause of the Sherman net, and the
fight will be kept up on that line 'if It
takes all summer.' That la the way I
look at It."
STILL THERE MAT RE COMPROMISE.
Still, there were rumors nbout tho cham?
ber that Mr. Carlisle's mission whs In
the direction of a compromise, with a
view to gathering what BTOald be demand?
ed In ca?c it was found that repeal could
not be accomplished, and the test of
physical endurance had to be abandoned.
Among the ardent advocate.? of ?
mise who were seen by the S.-cretary
were Messrs. Harris und Plaekburn. It
was even stated (but this connot be con?
firmed) thru the Secrothry was endeavor?
ing to effect nn understanding whereby- -
In the event that compromise was the
only thing loft to be done, nnd its ac?
ceptance or the dropping of the pcnllng
bill nltogether were the only alternative?
an agre?*d-upon proposition would be sub?
mitted. This, It was said, involved the
issue of ti?OO.C*.? of silver coinage a month,
the Issue of natlonsl hank notes up to
par of the bonds deposited, end a fur?
ther Issue of bonds, with the possible
addition of a further amendment Npeal?
Ing the 10 per cent, tax on State banks.
THE WESTERN VIEW.
A prominent w?retern silver man, who
has taken little purt in the debate, refer?
ring to this proposition, which was being
auletly discussed, ss th?? supposltious prop?
osition of the Secretary, ?aid that It
would not be acceptable to western sil?
ver men. but that they would Insist on
freo coinage, under such restrictions as ':
the government might fix regulating the
sebrntorage to be deposited with the gov?
ernment. They would, he said, lastet upon ]
?liver betna; Riven a chance, as good at
least as It had under existing laws, and
If that was not accorded to they would
prevent any action on the Mil.
SILVER MEN REAI'V.
The silver m-n have organized for th?
siege Wednesday night. an?l will place
themselves In the attitude of transacting
!..????? ss at nil times. They will not
raaki any motions to adjourn, but will
' have one of their m?m ready to speak
rar there Is a quorum present. To
1 Mr. Dubois, of Idaho, has ben .i?*lgn???!
j the task of remaining on guard t?> ask
a call of the Senat?? whenever a quorum
shall lltrapprai. and to Mr. Stewart will
fall th?? (to him), plea-ant task of
speaking during tho earlier hour? of the
first all-night session.
THE GOLD RESERVE
It I? Sharply R?dac?d by the Payment ol
(By tel'graph to the Dispatch.)
Washington, ??. ?'.. " ?????-< t Sev?
eral days ago the Treasury department
mailed interest check? aggregating in
\alu<? about ?.".."??"'.?"', to pay lateras! on
th. put,He debt, due October 1st. A large
number ?.f these checks went to N.w
Y.irk, where mo?t of the bonds are held.
Th.y ar- p.y.itil?? In gold if that Is de- j
! manded. and the effect of their payment |
I* already t.elr.g Ml i" IB? reduction Of
thi g?.: l ressrvs, which ? >w stands at
. ,,,,:[? trod with a reserve of
.1:2 on the second iBStaat
TBS IBBIIH BBS ivarly reached the
lowest point lu Its Bhrtory, which occurred
about thi mid? 11- <'f la?t Ju"?? vt??*tn u
was onlv a few hundred thmmnd 1>?1???
what It I? to lay. The n?H currency bal?
ance, however, BBS timed the other way
from fiat of the gold rraarva. ani *ho??*
an Increase of ttHIJK since thi .second
Of the month.
The department I* accumulating curren?
cy at some of the Interior point*, in
anticipation of the large pcn?lon pay?
ments which will have to be made mi p
During thp first ten of fifteen days of
r the department ha? regularly to
? ata and the
pn ? enl v. ill prove no except) ?"?
N'.. gold !" going out of the country so
far as the officials of the department are
Informed, and the belief 1* expressed that
matters Brill come out MtlsfSCtOrtly and
th?? gold reserve be brought beck to its
ACCIDENT TO THE MONTGOMERY
On? llunilied Thon?nn<l I)?>U*r? NecrBSary
to Make Reunir?.
(By telegrapb to tbe Dtopntch.)
WASHINGTON, 1?. c., October ? IA
nilr.il Betknsp's idli.-ial report OB th? so
? ?lient to the Montgomery ha* been I ??
Ivi 1 ??t ti, ? ? ?\y Department, end
show? that while tfa 1 InJ u to her 1
able her, and be believe? that with due '
car,? the \? 1 can ? ifely steam back to
Baltimore, was built, In her ;
? e mdlUon. According to the re
port, the Montgomery ?truck Clack Ledge,
n< ir New London, on lier port ?Id-,
abreast the forward magasine and again
forward 1 oU? re. The
cannot be determined until the ship is j
u dry-dock, Lut it l? estlmnted thai
.-. m 1 ?? ? - - p ?? to repair her |
and that the work trill COnSUm? S m?.nth.
owing to the accident to the Mont?
gomery tbe Board ??f Naval'Officer? ap?
pointed to witness the trial 1
has 1- ? n disi oh ??!. and Die ?? ' 1
the Vesuvius, tbe Dolphin, and th
ral nuv.il tugs sent to New London to
ink.? part la the tesi have started t -
New York, it l?? estimated al
mi ?a that : ? ' and tbe d??
ni upon it trill cosi tbe build?
ers of the Montgomery, the Columbia
Iron 1 Baltimore, fully tS.000;
but thla sum, It 1? said, could he ma?
terially redii?? ?. 1 If tike contractors would
allow th.? trial to take place al 1 nee, m
? ling the Blight dantas? to the
A Trae? at III?,
(By telegraph to the Dispatch.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, October 7.?Thi
moat Important new? concerning the Bra
. revolution ?ine?? its inception ha?
I by the Secretary of the Navy
in cable dlapab h fr ?m ? 'aptata Pickering,
immandine 'he United state? ct
at L'io, as follow*: "?
Melk) bavins be? :i Informed that tl ?
eminent would dismount the gun? In the
city, said he would not again Bra
? ??" This undoubtedly mean? that
tn?? threatened renewal of the bombard?
ment of l?.. ,|. Janlero in* been ai.?n
doned and it is anppoeMid tint a true?
between Mello and Peixotte ha.* ic-n ar
. by tin? commander? of ?
?tati? ned IB the harbor. The full
import of the agreement cannot be i-1? r
mlned ?from Captain Pickering's teiei
but I' is pi..!,a:.!.? Hint Its SjtffSCl wBI be to
transfer hostilities from Rio to other
places in Brasil, although it Is not unlikely
it means th- arrangement of an amicable
:it that will end the war.
Georgi? Bsssthweelara R. R. c??e.
(By !??: graph to the Dispatch?)
WASHINGTON, i? ?'., 0?ctober I. Ar?
ni behalf of the Southwestern
Railroad Company ?.f Georgia was con?
cluded yesterday before Justice Jackson hi
ttu conference-room ??i the Supreme
For the Southwestern Company A,
1 F. E. Miller, of G
for th . le 11 ,.:.? Centi
?Outrai Loan and Trust Company, ?.f
Of the mortgage
and certain bondholders, Joseph
chonte sad Charles C, Beaman. t???
RI hraoad and Danville Railroad C m
pany, Alexander Brown A Son?, nnd
John THmey were represented by Harry
1 l, v. 11. Joline, and .1. W. \'. ? I,
ot New York, and Pat. Calhoun und
'.l,r Kim:, of Georgia. After the
at ha l 1 ??'? ? con ;l ided Mr. Weed,
for John Tilmey and other bond uni
ilders, entered a motion for ap
polntment of a co-receiver for th?? Geor?
gia ?'entrai, to repr sent th?-? Interrata
of hi? cuenta,
Wsrshtp? ?? BM.
(By telegrapb to the Idspateh.)
WASHINGTON, October 7. Ifl response.
to a telegram from the Navy Depart?
ment, Captain Pickering, commanding the
United st.it.s steamer CbaHeston, in the
harbor ?,f l?o Jsnetro, has cabled that
there ar? (leven European war-ship? in
Brazilian waters. England 1? represented
In the harbor >.f Rio i>s the Birlos, tbe
Racer, and the Btagle.
N.imin.C m of l'oit m ?*ter?.
(By telegrapb to tho Dispatch.)
wasiiineon. 1?. c.. October ".-The,
President to-day sent to the Senate the
? tmasters: 11. i'?. Lacey, Okokma, Mts
sisslppl; .1. B. ToUlver, Lebanon, ????
AjrCher Brooks, Wlllt_m;jbui_,
THE LEARNED TOURIST
lie Kn-w It All Inlil H e Cama Aerosi
One Wh? ?... v. a I.Itti. More.
There arc some people v. ho know It all
and other? ?.no think th y do, an 1 the Ut?
ter are apt to make th'i greatest show of
?"?ne of this species stood near the bow
Of a Champialu ???????? one day. II" hid
a remarkably eun-burned complexion, he
carried a guide-book in one hand, thr.e
railroad time-table?, and a map ?n tha
either, ami he waa banting with btforma
tlon. Finally, unable to BtaBd it lunger,
Be approached a email man who wag
leaning thoughtfully over the rail.
?' My friend," he Bald Impressively, " I
siip|*j?e you know that those gray and
fallen walls over there on the west shore
are all that remains of the world-famous
Fort TL: ?!:?!??! o.,.\V?
" No, 1 didn't know it," said the email
" Well, sir, they are. It was on that
Bpot that the English commander wae
cal lud from hie bed to aurrender In the
???? ?'f thi C, ntin.nt.il Congres?. It wa?
along these shores." added the man with
th.? ruddy complexion, waving the flutter?
ing time-tables oratorlcally, " that the
French and Indians fought the English.
' Every stone, ?ir is crowded with history."
" Ticonderoga. h-y ? " cat t the other,
reflectively. " Do you live up here ? "
" No, 1 Uve In New York."
" Horn here, perhaps ? "
" No, air."
" Travel up and down the lake pretty
often, I suppose ? "
" Wen, no ; this Is my first trip," re?
luctantly admitted the owner of the guide?
" 'TIB, hey ? Well.I wsa puraer of this
boat for nine years and 1 know every
foot of that ahore. That ruin over there
la Sampson'? dock and Tlconderoga 1?
nineteen miles aouth of here. Anything
else to tell ?"
On'? an Areon?t?anl?t.
Music Teach.r: I'm sorry. Miss Highlyfe,
but after trying your voice I cannot ad?
vise you to persist In taking vocal lessons.
You can never become a singer.
Ml** Highly???. Hot 1 never wanted to.
You ought at least to be able to develop
my voice so that I can converse with ease
la an opera box. . 1
CORNER-STCNE OF THE OLD MONU?
MENT REMOVED ANO OPENED.
The Cnl.nt? S ,tarnte 1 With Wltll and
Decayed- Only the lasrilpiioa
(Spedai teieerstn to the Dlsoatch.)
FnEHELIi'Kt?'.ERC,. VA.. October 7.
Mr. William .1 ?'rawford, of Buffalo, N.
Y.. the contractor for the erection of the
new Mary Washington monument at this
place, has been for eeveral days encased
In taking down the old unfinished
structure, and this afternoon the corner?
stone was reif-hed. He summoned Mr.?.
V. M. Fleming, president, and Mrs. Dr.
Jbbms F. Thompson, secretary of the
l*dles* Mary Washington Association, or
this pine?, BBd In their presence ant that
Of a numi.er of citizen?, tho stone wa.?
remov? from Its place. In this stone
wa* a cavity. Over the cavity wa.? a
mat Me blab which wa* cemented to the
This ?lah wa* broken, which revealed
? '.?.t. and Uransje '? say th.? cavity in
the corner-atone waa nearly full of water.
Th? butt..m ?G Ih? 1. % was upward, and
wh?n It was raised out the top remained.
'i'h?? bag via* made of sheet lead. Its size
Is 12 l-?x'.l 1-: Im beg and four inches ?Jeep.
E\'ivthin?.: In it BBS saturated with
vs.C-r. The only* things that could be
Identified waa a Masonic apron, mad.? of
lamb-akin, aad a sflrar plani with the
"??oner-stone of th? monument over
th* remains of Washington's , mother,
placed 7ih May. U
Ther?? tra? no COBI or other metallic
lubatance IS the box. Thcr?? wi -
pulp which indicated parchment. Th- box
and conten'3 at 1 . ?. ? ?- particle of the
tnarhle siali that covered th?? cavity in
ti:?? store were delivered to Mrs. Fleming
u. and they are now
in tbe ? of the last inni? ?? lad).
it is th?? purpose of the society her.? to
place I Bts in tt.?
which will h- th.? ?
? monument. The corner?
stone was lnii as Indicated by the in
?i ?.? th- silver plate found In the
. th- Tih day ?.f May. IBS, with an
Imposing military and civic display, l're*l
'!? nt Andr."?. being present and
, ? tin,'.
Th" f, 1 ;,,?.?. ? ????!? r of the pro
i when the corner-atone of the
monument waa laid:
First, Colonel Joseph B. Hill, architect.
Second, Mr. Bllaa E. Burrows and hono
?i embers of th?? Monument Com?
Third, Monument Committee, Hon.
., ? tt (chairman), and Dm
? ? and E. H. ? 'armichael.
Fourth, U ? th.? United
la of departments.
Filth, clergy and r, latlona of Mr*.
Sixth, Mayor a:: ? corpi ration author!?
Beventi latea naval ani mili?
tary ? !"
Eighth, M ties.
Tenth, military compente?
Eleventh, teacher? with their pupil??.
Twi Ifth, citi? i? ? .m ? strangers. The
?. . to move promptly at \?
? rectlon of the new monument will
be vigorously push? !, and wn ? :
?. win he dedicati ? with Imposing cere
LOUIS JAMES'S MARRIAGES?
? UngglSllllB of lllgamy in Starle tTnl ?
wrlghC* Dlvorr. Suit.
Miri?? Walnwright appear? ! ? fore Jus?
tice &Brien m the 8upreme Courl on Mon?
day afternoon to t? tlfy in her suit for ab
?oiuto divorce from her husband, Louts
Jsmes, lames wsa noi present and was
not represented by counsel. Miss
wrarht, saya tha New York Bun, wore a
Hght-fltting tuli of black ??:i l white check
cloth, cut rather low aL tho
Bhe ? ?'?? ? t' it ?he \?? ? married to
! in Losten, on March Uth, 1*?.', ani
U? ? ?Itb him ui t:i four
When sii?: left I.ini. lie Is BOW living at
p,. Hotel Jefferson, while she is at the
?? ?? : EndigotL Slu; desired t?> resume her
maiden name ss soon sa the divorce was
granted. Sha SI ? not ask for alimony or
.lam. Fatisene, a clerk at the Plerre
pont Hou*?., in Brooklyn, testified that on
January sib Louie lam. -? cam? to th?
hotel with a woman wi,. m he live.? with
for a t\."k. Th? woman was not Miss
nob Rows, a eh rk at the Hotel
Jefferson, and Margaret j. Neabltt, the
housekeeper at this hotel, testified thai
?. ?, . ? tsth Loula lutti s arrived al
tl?? hotel With ?t woman who was not
m -, Walnwright. They remained there
until recently. The woman is young and
pretty, an : la c ipi >sed ? ? be
?.,i.-vr Glfford, of the Brm of Rowe &
Olfford mid that when Charlea Bplcer
served the paper? ?>n James, in Brooklyn,
Jam is ?
My God, don't let my wife know about
Mr. Glfford raid tha. Jamea had mar?
ried, or pretended to marry, the unnamed
irrespondent in th? case, In December
list, at Philadelphia. Mr. Glfford raid he
: mderstood that the young woman had
? not known of f'.i* claim* u? Marie Waiti
wrtgbt to tha ? fen tant
? O'Bri? ? re* : ved d< cisi?n, but
Intim?t, d 11 ?. ?. r he would i;:'.mt ?? d
Mr. Jame? was seen at the star Theatre
after the performance last night He de?
clined to give any particulars ahout the
"A marriage certificate produced by
counsel for Mi** Walnwright of your ai
irrlage la Philadelphia and her evt
i her own marriage to you in Bos
t ?n ?sou!! suBsest bigamyT' mid the re
"Ahi Tea, ] ' Really I cannot ?ay
anything," h?? repHed.
"Dkl you gel a divorce from Miss Wain?
ked th- r? ? t:? r.
"l ?jo not c?e to say." be returned.
A:i account of the marriage of Mr.
and Miss Athle Hendricka, who
had been playing minor pans in hi.? com?
petty, v.? published In a d<rapatch from
. Iphkt on December 21, iw-?
??.th Have it??.?,. Lien. : li. d and lloth Ar?
(Washington .^t-ir, 2d.)
The White House crank who gave hi.?
name us juteph Wsshlngton proras to
be Joseph uutuz, ? resident of Taoony,
a suburb of Philadelphia. H?? baa bass
missing ?rom his, home .-nice Wedn
It wa.? Thursday morning that hi I
the White House ani wanted to aaaum?
the ?luti.??) of Chlet Bxacntlvi, and the
san? day be found hi.? way to the Police
Court and then to th? workhouse. Yea
terday inornlng laepector Holllnberser
! a teltejram from the unfortunate
man's brother telling of his disappear?
ance, and the message wa.? telephoned
to intendant Stouten burg, of the Wash?
A few minutes later thi* official visited
the man's cell to see If identification
were possible. Before his arrival the pris?
oner had been wearing 15 and tl bill? on
bis coat, and to a feltow-prlsoner he ?gave
half of one of the note? and put the
other half In his mouth.
About six inches of his ttrouaer-leg?
had disappeared during the night, and
lus explanation wa? that he had been In
Having engaged In conversation with
the occupant of the cell a few minutes,
Mr. Stout'-iihurger ventured the remark:
"Your name given tn court does not
I tally with the name on your shirt."
'There's no name on my shirt," was
his ?pilck response.
"Oh, yes, there le," a?lded Mr. Stouten
burg. "I saw It."
"Waage 1.1 it?"
"Hero It Is," was the Intendant'? re?
sponse, pulling up the prisoner's shirt.
"That makes no difference." said Gantz.
"I stole thi? shirt."
Th.-n Mr. Stoutenburg wanted to get
from hlm what papera he had, and for
that purpose he volunteered to take any
message he had to the President.
"You might take this shirt over and
have it washed," said the crank; that's
the only message 1 want to send."
His name was on his ahtrt. leaving no
doubt concerning the man's Identity. Ho
will probably be turned over to his
Saturday night another crank appeared
at the White House and created a little
excitement. Gottletb Splller. or Spiegel,
Is his name, and he belongs in New
York. When he called at the ExeciSTtve
Mansion he Insisted on getting In to see
the President. His mission was to make
a Mason of the President, and fulling In
this he made known hia claim against
the government for enough money to
purchase all the land tn several Sutes.
The prisoner is a native of ?lerraanv,
hut he? Uved ut New York. It Is said
that he was confln?ed tn an asylnm In
that State for eome time. The prisoner
has no friends here so far as Is known,
and he will probably be sent to tho asy?
England Wies In the Persea of fier Cham
(By telegraph to tlie Dlapafeh.)
Nrtv Yobk. October 7.?Tho billiard
match of a series of ten eanies. 1.000 points
np each (rame, between Huberts, the I'.ne
lish champion, and Ivi??., too American
champioD. cerne to nn end to-night. Hub?
ert? was the winner l?v the grami tot?! of
lO.r-00 points to I.TH f??r I ves.
Iv?s plareil very nervouslv ?luring the
evening came. He inalo gam??. He mal?*
the bipcrst score of the night, however,
in tho thirtv-eiffhth inning, when he inailo
a run of W6 point? by nursing the boll?
around the roil. Roberte played a stoadv
cnnio, with a hiph BvOrog?. He won tho
??St:,?? and the maten in tlio fortieth in
A TRAIN WRECKED BY A COW.
Engineer Dirk Vtjatt Kuled-The Trato
Reported to He on Hre.
impeciai telegram to the Dispatch.)
rn.\Ri.i:sT<iN?. \v. VA-, Od ih r :. \n \
east-bound freight train ??>? th? K.inawh..
and Michigan railroad thai evenir
BttltalO, ran over ,? COW, Which threw
t!.I'glno off th.? trace, ani wrecked
the train. Engtaeer Dick Wyett, ??f
Charleston, waa killed. No other train?
men were seriously hurt. The train Is
reported to he ?? Bro.
DEARBORN??????.-.?.??t?,?, a* the
residence ?of the bri l"'s f.ith r. in :
M >.. on October 4. IM, CLARA
VIOLA, daughter of Ber. Jome? A. Dear?
born, to JAMPS p. hipp, of Richmond,
DILLARD BAPTIST tl irrled, al
Olenvllla, Bpotsylvanla county, V
t? ml er 19th, by th ? Rev. ? ?. F
Dl .i. !.. Til.?.??!'. ..r A
Misa ??? ?? a BAPTIST. youngest
daugbti r ? ( the official ? lergyman.
GLASS CHILDRE88 Married, at Mo.
2iI Eighteenth atre? t, Rlchm ?? ?, ? ??,
Mr. WILLIAM II. GLASS to Miss DE
PIX.V D. CHILDRESS, both of this city.
Tleatb of Mrs. ?????? I. Phillips.
On yesterday at ten mlnut.-s past 12
'clock Mra PHILLIPS, tbe wif? of ?'?la?
nci Alonz?) PbUUpe died at her bom.?, ion
Kioyi avenue, after ? ling? ring in-,
volvlng great Buff? ring,
The funeral will t.ik?? place from OroVC
Avenue Baptist ? h o'clock P. M
TO-MORROW (Monday), October Mb. The
friends and ? >? tualntancea of the family
ar-j Invited to attend. ?
1 inaerai Notice.
The funerei of Mr?. MAROARET Mc
CARTHT, wife of Patrick McCarthy, No
r.-i naat Cary street, wlU take place from
St. Peter's Cathedral ai k this
(Sunday) AFTERNOOW. Fri?
relative? invited to attend. ?
Died, at Culpeper, Y a. S
UM, la the 71st y.'iir of hi., age, PETER
JEREMIAH NORRI8, a?.? of Richard
Norria and July Norrio, nee Hall. Mr.
NORM Is of an Old Virginia family, who
settled in that Btate in tie ? renteenth
century from England, a de? niant ?>f
Pori Henry Norrio, who Is hurl??.! In
Westminster Abbey, London. Mr. Klchard
Norria, of Philai? Iphla, a large laonnfar
tnrerofvteom locotnotlvse, and Mr. Thad
eus Norrls, of tho name place, wer?* Ils
great ulules. Mr. Ttoma? at. I Mr. Jere?
miah Hall, during their liv?, I.? bag among
the most prominent BBcrchontl of Haltl
more. wer.? his uncles, n? lived in Cut?
pepcr tho greater part of his life, pursu?
ing morchamllzlrig for a Bomber ??'
He enlisted in the army of the Ponfi-der
acy, but was dlscharge*l on account of
A loving and kind husband, an Indulgigli
father, a good citizen, has t>en taken
from a home where all who knew him
lovM and respecte?l him. His wife, two
daughters, ami five sons, have the sympa?
thy of th.lr many friends in their bcreav
MRS. CHARLES HOWARDS LIT
EBAIPKK ? I.A.?SE? will meet to reor?
ganize on TL USD AY, October 17th. at 14we?t
Main street Ladles desiring to ?? m will plenr?
make application to Mrs. BOW AUD, 14 weit
Mam street. oc *-1?'
AQBABD MILLI V ? ? ?,
WBDSFSDAY. TUL'HSDAY, AND FKID..Y,
OC ? OBER 11TB. lini, ASI) PiTH,
NEW LADIES* BAZAAR,
No. ??? sor.? Kirrs eTBBrr,
(the o'd stand of Fniirqnrean. Price A Co.)
The ladies are cordially invited,
lio cards. Mss. L. B. MOBHIA.
KB. JPI.1PS HEAR WILL M I?.ET
the demands of the trade by selling
stylish millinery at prices lower than
Having less expense than others, gives
you this rare chance.
Satin and Velvet-Top Sailors, 48c., worth
???, Kelt Plata, all color?, 60c., worth 75c.
Quill? from Sc. up. Aigrette?, 10c.; Felt
Plateaux, for making hats, from jo.:, up.
A large assortment ot black and white
material, as well as all the other new
shades. Infanta' and children's Paps snd
? loa ka. Also a nice line of Dolls, very
MRS. JUI.IU8 BEAR.
od Su, Tu. Fr. ?UH oast Main street .
BURKE Died, at No. ?13 north Fourth
IP, ? , Oc?
' ??? Ith, MISS BERTIE P. BURKE, in
her fifteenth year.
? I at I o'clock SUNDAY ?VE
NINO at the above reaidence. Friends
\it-1 to atten I. "
CHURCH.- Died, at bla residence, ???.
Ill? w.st. Beverly Btre? t, r. lay, ? ictol r
?'. taTd, at. ? 30 P. M., after a loi
ful Hin? ss, FRANK E., bel?
of Emma Church, In the Bfty-flJ
of bla .
y..\y h?? rest in peace.
rai will tak?? pi ice THIS (S
AFTERNOON, October ?. ?-?.
o'clock from Park-Place-Methi
pal church. Friends and acquaint ;
rib ? to atti ni.
I candida Q?asette, Washington Star,
and Philadelphia paper?* please copy,
? \pv Dli l, Batur lay, ? October 7th, nt
'.' - P. M . at the r
? ? north Thirty-fourth Btreet, of typh? Id
f? ver, RICHARD J. DALY, in tl
year of bla ?
Farewell I Ala?! our darling dear,
Thy form II? s ' itili;
Thy Lath has caused a vacant place
This world can never hll.
f ? ral from Bt Patrlck'a church MON?
DAT, G'?? in-'an?. a! I o'clock ?, M.
m (Mass.) and Poi ti ind ?Me )
papers pleas?? copy.
FREEMAN. Pied, at his residence, on
Fulton Hll!, Thursday, <"
I8HAM IP FREEMAN, In the 73d !
of hla age, leaving a wife and three
Dead; his whip? runda folded
in peaceful, happy ? *
Dead; n-j care, no Borrow
Disturbs bla quiet ? ?
Pi?' 's cares and trouble? en led.
It's painful jour:., y o'er;
Ills weary feet ar?? ?
?m the Bternal shore.
The funeral will take pia.?.? SUNDAY
Btreet M< tfc
luaintance? era bivlt? it?. ;
HEISLER.?Db l. October 7th. nt -, p.
M., at the residence of lu r daughter, Mr?.
Brooks, ??'". north Second Btreet, Mis.
A. D. HEISLER, In h? r Rtb
II, mv chii li t no more;
? am not lost, but gone bel
Behold th.? place In which I I.??;
a * ye are ? >w, . ? on? a a as I.
My time baa com??, and ? am gone.
To leave jrou thus, all forlorn;
Yet hop? on. chiiir p ?? not detey;
Think of your mother, and sun obey
Your God ani min??, who Is your only
Till death your trouble? soon eill ?
Yet pray for t.;?, but do not cry;
The Saviour died for you an ? i.
? he funeral ?rill take place from th?
Qerman Lutheran church, ?
Marshall itree! TIPS (Sunday) EVE
NINO at ? o'clock. ?
WALLACE D '.. at the ?
? ? irlot te Ta psi ott, yes
terday morning, JULIET ROSALIND,
y.uni,-st daughter of u.?? tete William
Funeral from th? house, No ?t north
. MONDAY, October Mb, at 4 P. M
III 13. 15. anJ 17 ?ast Uroad.
B.rjT?'?? * ? ?? '
We'v/t-- fri ! ?
near w? l collect
dise a?ven t; ?? ?
showp at ono ?
sea s/?'* ^;; ?
1 r .4' d Into . '
to e Inten
Monday. Tuesday. F. Weds ?
WILL WITNESS OUR
to which Our Public is most cordially h
Store look lovelier ; never have eopdi 1
were uaarveasons so numerous foi
every household need.
There's not a loom trick
jured up on either side of tip
hut is represented in our COL?
ORED DRI SS STUFFS, it that
cunning ha - ? ' led mything to ine
beauty and ? y of wearable
fabrics. Certainly no season las
di: closed as mu h of beauty or
such littleness of price.
Bapeacklae. .?? inch, in tan, Havana, ani
Bevy, ter see.
Ill'J.SB?- . ?1. ".!)C
Bi raes, seal .v,.>r.. as inch, Ma
mi? ?i ii it ani iia >aeea ill? tu 4P
illuminated effects iu all naaast of w?av?s,
lingly pr rtly and ?
\l .>,-.? ?? ??.??|.;.?." : ? ? ? y haitlaga at
fard e? aas never gatbe rea b ?? ?
??'-???? Illuni tini-i Bopeack?, ?peonie? nette ;
.-?..iti ; fun ?? BOrgea
Brilli.uit Piali?. ill ??. '.'?c. : worsted. 4G?. !??
In ciiluslv? thin?? we ?Mow hun Ire? ?
i-bctceat l>r.?? S t'? ?.?? pst lern .?f .? sort. ?
i ii ; pri?e is t;? t.. ? :.'. lue a dr???? teagtk.
In BIa< k ( ?oods the fan
Priestley weaves easily occupy tirst
place, while Fren :h and American
good ? are shown from almost every :
Th? borgate ? re-etalaenl '* an aii-wool Diaj.?
nal her? ?. 3il mi hea ?.?? de, f r too.
46-lncb l'iiiiortsl >ors'<> a: Vi?.; easily a?. I
54-tnch, ?:?*?? , 4?!-iu?-h, r*?'?'?.,
SO-laco, M and 78e,
ai ?.? n ter, ?? ?? Ateta
?Muchness don't always count,
but think ot the lection ?
, .- .r SILKS !
Silks are indescribable beauties, i
seeing will suffice. Price
hints?50c. to $10 the yard? , I
fsnev effects f r ir???????? ani dr???, garniture,
?".?., Instead ?.( 41.
guten? Beni ? ?.??.* 1.40.
1 .-.? ! l'affi . : ?! li? ???-. .-.nd waUts, 1
A trimurti .f BUk go aneto I Bleck Benii
llneet il ,??*0?<?3?1? h.
Chio'iMik.-, for temp-shad??, 50e,
??. ejijiiisite imo ?: I.veiling Mite.
MILLINERY OPENIN? i
TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY.
W ? r tve you a little fon
last week ol the beauties,
A CARPET OCCASIOft?A
change in the New York
/?*"* agents < t a
h?' ?? (Mb bi? carl
i?Lt?Jsv4?M mill tii
ight t h ??
? 1 1.?.
and span new
day is your opportunity.
Tapeatry l'.rus??l*. Boo. a y?r l and itward.
Mi ?, lette as loa sa i?c.
lacralna ?t?rt a?. 1
Lino ? u a et ;:.'..? a
Su far as we know there :
has been su< h a gathei I '
nille.l : ,Silk, and Dan ? k ! >RA?
PERIES p. Ri< hmon lor the South;
niy never before an ? I
stock gathered ' I from it; -
mill? , at hoi ibroad, vsitliihi?
saving of all interni
Think of s preity Nottinfuvu I.a--a t'urtain
f? r ''."j: a pair '
Othets t.*???.?? r .TyaiO; Bne., 11 15,?1 t.,.am
ll|i ?,.? . . ,????.
A </r,.a?, lli-iil ? /ari ? ur'aia tee 11 ??? a
Mnnaliaanra Lace, '.v* rartfs im*, ?.-in nr
whin?, ?.'...".?, ?1. :.., ?.. sui j|. ??. t.i.'a
-1 lenirttj at Wi.1 ? a pair.
U a! Brass? ? ? ? :
f tl.M o pair, ap I IS7 lor 'W a?. 1 .
Beai lan.t?virr.| la?.?. M.Tftfr? l'IT'.
yard: t?* '.?1 u? ?tl ! ?0 lor 1 )sri.
i. ila XII bai ? ? ? I?. ?? ? ? ? ? nur.
?sweat saTaete in Raab t'ertele?, 1 lain ?ni
tri'??!, aro shown iu G..1.1 I? IpTsM ant
DBAPKBIB4 (?t the rari
J?. t. I'. ne. ."? . an! i[> 10 ll.tt.
cared latea ?
V?ale? La.??. wLii??. ?
Daasesces B?t, : 0, raatee ?r gr??n, mi
in.11?? wit?. Il??? n yard.
Sfottei MSallB, wl.it? and colors. IOC sn I
1 Bl Ml.?.? POIillril.r.v ?...?*, ??!.!?, ant
8iik Curtains ma !?? tobe IW..VJ arel?.'.n.
Ail Ik? ne? ?lial-s
silk Cartela? up 1? tin.
BoowBak? iltdras, *i ? vlutlnge, frinse 1. ? 1 '? 1
Take rie ?st. r.
/?\ Plenty ot bed?
?jl? elidimi^ handy it
;>X f| vuii'?. 1 1 cai
?s^S. "" voiir health. It'l
jr ? \ easier to ward off
illiit'ss than to
"?G cure it,
?? Co ? for t ?,
^Quilts, and Blan
THE COHKN CO.
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0 ir beat 11 ?
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THI: COHEN CO?
? -ANTIMI.--??*. W. S. AM.l.K _J
AS aud Mas. B. R'MH' will .-...: -u ?heir ,
HAN, IN'? BCBOOU WKI'>r.?HAV.O-|.j.|
t>?r ll'h, ?' Mont O-!!., Ilall.at BoVU?_. A.-l.isr
? will be formed lor gratliase?. *>bolar?of last
. year's clas? ar? Bsraed. for any lii'orniatiou,
apply at l'-'ui oast Broad street. ?Valuing a
?.? .?? :i. ?.cS-11*
Illi TAHLB DBI.ICaCIIB are simply UreeUtl
ble He braces up a
with the niitit appetitili, of Tlanla, an 1 mat??
Ihe weary Bousekeeper rejoice by sug(*stiag
easy ?aya to coestruct
A TOOTHSOMK MEAL
George 7 Hundley,
y a se y qkocsbii? and pi s b uql'obs,
BBS S?ST ??0?0 BTBStT.
yon S A I. G,
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