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TUOllOAT It 0 Rfll 0 itJUlthURCH tt, 11.0.
THE MARKET HOUSE,
THEPLUNS FOBTHEB CONSIDERED
ihtervibwop citizebts whd
thb committee on public
BUILDINGS ft GROUNDS.
Ylcirsnml ArKtimcnt of the Co
IornCoraol Iho Market Com
Inn Bntl ol the Officer,
ol Iho Corporation,
1 1 H !
Atthtinttaillot. tt Senator Morrill, the
iitlrBttor thOonin.Ut oa Public Ilnlw
loga and around, a kttrtn(wta given l ell
partita lot erected In tha market houit
nihtteet at tht rooue of th commute, la lb
Gapllot, last evening At 7.30 o'clock, Of the
omttUtet there were pre ltd I Senator Nor
Till, oi Vermont, Troraanii, siocuon a
Colt. On behalf of th corporator oAtnca is
ttin Ileus bill which rceeatly passed, IfoB. F
P. Hlaatorj.Uoloecl Iare.B, Juttx Hun-hes,
AileJpliU.ose, architect of tbe buildlnc which
the eer nor tore propos to bultl. Job Anru.
BQ JfJran v. A'amictB. rui is cvivrpuD
Mayor Ilowen, AMttni Connolly and Uoun
cllati lardon. Th llutcbere' Association
was represented by their attorney. Hoi. A,
fl. IllddJe. There were also present Messrs
OeerrC K. Hclts, (Jeorgc llAlceee, U. M
uviter. Oeorre W. fcmenon, IC H Elliott,
Meiers. Starkweather ami Flowraan, I. U
Hint, Uroaby 3. Noyce and otherc.
Theprspeetlvedrawlac of the new market
houses, the plans, Ac , were dleplivcd la the
committee room, e well a tht plane pro
poeedlnpait year, together wllh aa orna
MtDtal drawing of tht Centre market Id Ha
nte ten I condition
Senator Morrill announced that the coot
mlltet we rt ready to hear the view of those
present, and suggested that the corporator!
should first submit their statement and what
erer arguments they bad to offer.
Hon. y I Mantoa, on behalf of Iho corpo
rators, said mai oe wouia read me following
raper, prepared with great care by Mr Uluie,
he arrhltectof th GamntBr. iml whiil. am.
bodied tht vlewe nod argumente of too corpo
la order to fix the vague Itleae about the
bearlogool lhlacaieoo the corporation and
market dealeri, aa well ni to auto In peti
tion of both nartlec towardc the tmproTtmant,
wepropnto eaat a retrospective glance on
their record be for thle comuualty
Tht corporation otWa bloc ton had obtained
chatter from Uottgrece nu Mayo Ugo, for
building a new market home, with halle,
oneee, aad bo on i alio with authority to bor
row the neceiaary capital.
Tht charter expired by limitation After two
yean. In the meanUm nr com ml at lone re
had been appointed who made professional
toura through tht country. All the architect!
of tht land had been act In mutton, plan wert
fald for, working drewlcge and Bpeetflea
loaa were drawn, advertise menti made and
bide received below lb limits of estimate an
1 bus far Iht project wnt, and after all the it
expendlturec and enow of aetlrlty, lh City
Uoaeells, under Iho Jaflueaeo of aomc sober
eecoad thought, patsed resolutions to abandon
tht project, aad II wu drnp(wd nevtr to bt
heard of again, though tht Doaneea of tht
"' VJfr,.VlhJ!,lB ,0 mor proeperoue
condition than they nrt now. Tb aeeorapanr
ln photograph lllualratea tbla aham ltory
ol modern Idea. AOer n few moot rest of tho
rrt lit nlndan new prrJeetwaa ttarlcd In Sep
tember of Itn. Uatif Ultly iht old chad
cooitltnuntf tht prcetnt market tktended
iromHaennlhla Ffokth -.a ...t-
Eighth to Klnth atreoMtaelnr nn Interm.
vi'k.iF1?0'.100 f,,, to tht width of
Prompted by noomberof tht nnefaellmd
dtalcn oa thl pc tht UounelU of Wuhlnr
ton Intcndtd to hart thlt gapBIltd apbn
cheap building of too feet Minart aad ont atery
high, tht apprortd plan or which wi htro
wllh lay btforo you, (ihow dlarram ) Aa
appropriation of iiaooo wae aubiequcotly
made, when aatnt nuhiM nirita.i .im.... t-C
nolle of tht petty plan, and on their prouat
tht Mayor had better plana and apelBaattona
firpirvu dj cwpaicni arcaiietia for a build
n which, thtnrh In tha AninUn e ...
majority of tht cltlsen not aullabltfwr tht
iirwniucni poiiuoii l'eaaayivania arenue,
waacartalnlv credit hi tar nuk.i n..rnn...
It waa a building Juit aueh at tht market
dealera art note apparently cUtnoroo for, and
aa art auecciifully erected by prlratteompa
Olea at Itea Dtomlnabt Inaktlnaa f .!
other ltlt but thee did not nth uVa.
It tteetlon waa ommenced,(abown diagram)
It was known that tbta lonovaUon waa to bt
followed up by tb pulling down of tha tlroe
boaotadahtda to tta right and left. An lda
not nalatablt t tha naakata nA..i.
tnjoitd by tht traditional atreatyalat buich
tra and their ataoclatea on 0ntr Market
They formed n fnnd, employed proreeatooal
Miiiiaui,. wviim upon int jiry Lrouacllf,
appeared In foroa before Ooozreiilonal eom
mlttaea. and nrovrd uaurliiT i n......
that tht Ho of Igbth atreet, which up to
u.. .(hi atwvvru uuiuu oy an old engin.
houae, muat bt kept open hereafter through
Tha corporation aaunib4l without or en
trgetl raalitane to tht machlontioo of ln
trtd opponent e of pregreae, cat tided wllh
having filed a protest agalnel Uoosrenlooal
Interferon. 1 hu waa tulkerd auother t
form moremant wblah hao coat lh tax parere
noleisthan 111,000, and th valoabl- record
of which disappeared very unaccountably
from th Senate Committee-room on Iht Dla.
trial of Columbia, wher clflien bad placed
them in order to obtain a reeonsidtratWa.
Four ytara tlaoaed, and In tha recce of
Oongrcaa In tha fall ol ISM, tht outaldt butch
irtattdtdto Intereat tha arnarttir.R nm
lala la their bthalf. In disregard of all Oon-
gresslonal and mnalclpal laws, thr wer al
lowed to squat upon the publl ground facing
a a 'anna! van f a avsni.A ..! ..-. .. h-
- - (.-HT.ay.i luvini (DfrtOD
n ncwcoancetlnr shanty, Inferior ia substance
l nvriMj-uaujiii lUHIWOII tO UgllaCSC With
th dilapidated brisk arches from eleventh to
E.MJUU wuuu jciauin mnillB Birtf,
This step looked to the old atagero oflhe
""'" -a. ii a uaaiiiy n was nOI Dig
wllh lnnovatlogcooirqucnecsi it was. In fast,
ncorologbaclitothelrold prloelples of 1 ia.
and generally consonant to thslr uncultivated
taste. It wa submitted to aulatlv as a .
cary conocssion to new times. Not a single
outcry wee heard from the dealers, and tb
loud complaint of tb consumers and biuse.
keepers, who were forced for anotherlcde finite
period to frequent th old hauoti, wert dlsr.
Aptt earpntr rcelrdlktJob, under tb
patriarchal of tht corporation officials ,tbt
shed, with a board front and jrrarel roor, was
raA.tai1 ftS lOAIIAf lki.nl ll nru A.. .-
resolution WXB naBBOd b tha Mnnnalla n
April IT, 1K0, which compelled tb concerned
daa.lcrt.tO D thalr allotlaJ ahata nr tha mn
tractor objtlonabt bill, unlao txetnttoa
ahould laaua. tha whole mailer waa aatlid la
a spirit of good feeling. Tbl happy ramlly-
traasasiioai nmiiiHiK, h tvii,u rif di, ana
reprastnt th publl spirit and taste of one
thud In number of all the butcher at present
doing business la th Cntr market) and the
orporatloa host of aolncrasof revenue
from ctall rents, an Increase bought al the
apvuav ui iiii-gaii- uiaariciUE t CnneyiTIOl
Forly-on nw butcher stalls fa'avt ba
added to tha TO oxlsllnr befor.
By referring to Webb's Digest olJay-r",.
J-fiK-TTat any time hereafter a
new atall shall have been made, then It shall
baiarfMof the dark of nthl matket to nut
upandaallthasamt to the highest bidder for
tne icrm ei bvp (.-
Tht above clar and parrmptory law was
tAtallr dlarecarded. Not out of tha alalia
waa "put up and sold to th blghtst bidder Cor
five years.1' Tbl waa don by th Mayor of
tlmt that bt protested, la a letter to Nenator
easeoden, chairman of (he Committee on
Publl lluildlng c aod Oroun J, that lb char
lor oi too -vvasniogioo juarl company"
"huld boameadd a to require that th
tall nnd atanda la the market should, to pre
via! n monopoly am on- the butchers and
dealers, be set up and sold at public auction
every year to th highest bidder."
The Imbccll erection or tb deatar on
Pennsylvania arcnu in 1848 aod UCB hav
been followed by laaUah expenditures of the
corporation on temporary atructurcs In 1H0,
which ahow uttr tncfflclanof- oa oa ltd and
provt total want of aay alncero Incllaatloas
awpfua iiihiiiui aui sivuitauiaj imprOT
meats on th other aid.
Tb animus of th olty authorities cannot
bt misunderstood. Their actloua art lo direct
antagonism wllh their pretended rood Inten
tions, they mad no movement at all toward
ercdlfabl edifices, until this company showed
laalvcirlhe eoergyof taktaf t matter la
hand To prevent oar success, a corporation
bill waa speedily Introduced wbn Iht ohanct
wer In our favor.
Tbl corporation kill called for traturee
exactly Ilk oura, and waa eseentlalty a copy
of our own amended bill, with a simple
change of heading, Tbe obtest or neutralising
our cOort being accomplished, lb bill waa
quietly shelved au4 sloops undisturbed, Our
second aod preaenttrort lamet as before, aod I
dart aay energy eceins to be roused la th
am ratio aa the aesompllabmeul or the to
tcrprlst become roor Iminlnent Illlts are
drawn up, cbangtd, perfected, endorsed, laid
aside, and the tame process la gone over with
indecent hast. Simultaneously thousands
after thousands of dollars er wa.ted In patch
1 UP "d n Urging th rotten abantlea so
to rceoastht th offended public opinion wllh
th intolerable nuisance. What can that
meant All hand vrtUio sgrr that the
old Buiaane muat sir way to Improvements t
it nutation icclmply debated aio who shall
b tha loatrumaat of dolt- away wllh lh y.
Oureaterprls is of character such as will
aatlalr Iho demand nnd gratify the public
taste. It 1c not attempUd In the cole Interest
of tho consumer nod cIIIscdc at large, who
will. Indeed, not consent to be afflicted any
tongar with ihie vtl and Inefflcleat ayatm of
market aceommodatlooa. Iel It ba aeeom
pitched, aod the misinformed Ualra will be
Mtoalahvd that they could ver hav been as
chort-elchttd a to oppo It lo tbt oat. tart l
A ta trt rtlUoad, gasworks, and other
graal publl eohvenleoo, private companies
have of let com to tbe react In Nw York,
Phlladalphla, aud variou other title, by
furaiahlaa' a auuerlor alasa of mark! accom.
Modatlooi, thu ebowlog tht vast superiority
of prlvhtt ortr publio tnttrprls. ii would
. IhAaaKHs luil Imnrajitlaaiila fa antrttat I
Sir '( R tha mnrkel dealer with th exclusive nrlvll-1
ifr ill? tea ia a charier a It would be toexeiadt Ibe I
OV Jig buoIU fromubrlbln lo railroad atosk, la
anfs to 4UTaa tht conductors ana urivcrif i
" f utTiaasTina xx in hits.
Mr, Btnloa nest fd th ftHovrlrr, whllS I
wtrtaubmltltd Ut lh examination of Iht
Rilrotttot th CtfUUl Rtcorfa Motflnj tto
Orci ami Kit KtHt fsom (A Vmtri
jntrltU WaMgionf from iao4 w iww.
fit Oil 90
,raf (i fMiot
9 171 TV
ifi r nnuif 4 ito
1W7 m w.im on 4 1 H
4 fl "T On t.TJI m
tiwrl u.coocd lv.ccoral
hTcTl Th r9cil ! rertlM lalnda Ike
ttcinft frem backer Tht laoaarnoia l
meat J tberifur thrown cat In n rareleol
pVi -TV rfrtfpf art eotl from tk q'
ai f-eeora too ry iafnarrrrrir nnnjaee-e
port i vt II Keglttir
tinlmaictaiaaritat lal jetr, bii en ra
rroapeellrt Incomt of tb lorporafleo of
ainin 11 in ! .- (..---
th" Waihlagton Market Company" ooeemec
Taallnn from etouod or a valu of
aaosooo-atil prhuodrd 7,000
Taxation from I nap rove men la aay fftOO,
00Ol140 It ,300
License fur upper ttorlea of front build-
Lie a i from twtytwe etc re, about, l.ooo
All in aoovt i in auumon to in licence
for market people which will bt levied by tht
(Oiporaiiua uvrvKtivr uvivrv.
Mr. Stanton. In conelusloa, ald, tbt ground
wt takt in re fere at to tbt natter I that iht
corporation ta not efficient to rry out lb
plan pnpod, and after yeara of tfWl havt
aeeompllahed nnthlof.and art not likely to
accompllih anything. Tht corporalore hart
Uboretl dllllccntlT to aecnr tbt paaaagt
of tht bill, aad U i not until aftr tht project
I fairly ttarttd and llkaly I inced, that
thtorMiatlon,nowovtrburdentd with dbt
tome in to prtvent th eonanmmatlon of lh
chemtatarttd by prlratt enterprise. What
art tht corporation btnda worth now, and
what would (hay b worth If tht corporation
wm i,iyinniu'i vm in VOiair
mlllloal They would not bo worth flHy cal
on th dollar, and tveo now thay do not com
niDunnin iwt wvYwrntwajm ceo is on
Th figure and fact bm4tted her show
that th publl will loa oothlog if tb torpor
atoraar permltled to erect tha building pro
posed t nnd txMrleae provae that prlratt
companies ar batter capable of carrying out
aueh, dsalrn than corporation art. Tht re
cord of thl city, la thaelg bt or ton years past,
how how many larfictual attempts bar
been mad to arry oat great lehartea.aad
bow tney nve eteoaiiy laueu.
Senator Morrill. Art there any other par
ties dealrou of apptarlng oa behalf of Iht
Mr bianton, My friend (OolontI raraona)
will no doubt hara tomcihlne to nr. bbJ
ludgt Hugh, who will appear to bebiH of
Senator Morrill, Va you appear, Mr, Stan
ion. aa a vuriivrowr or aa u niiornryi
Mr. Slaalon. 1 hara lh hoaar ta rinpi
m vvipcmifK ua tuair auniMr.nui ao
not appear to tht capacity of attorney, thai Is,
I am not paid for my tervlcec here,
Mr, Morrill. I merelr wished to know. In
order to understand Iht rttttlrt position of
id iivaa.via va iui jutiuu.
coioni raraona text spox to uvor I iht
Iloust bllU 11 ald that wbea th project
wae flrat started hi nam had beta Bollslted as
on of th corporator. flallvlnt that tb city
needed tht Improvement, but deslrouo of cec
log ill partle harmonise, ht did not dram it
Just to allow his nam to appear when there
wer so many cltlitna wlillof to accept tb
honor lie examined the measure with great
care, and finding that Mayor Uoweo approved
th nlu ha tin It hla uanuallilaJ lummri
If endorsed Iht view of Mr Stanton, and did
not belltvt tb torpor at 10 of Washington
ould dlepoat of thtlr bond evea If they wi r
rrnnTca auinvru to issua min iwr a marxei-
Mr. Stanton lle4 that Ik ladebtedaaas of
tuor)orauon aim preicai lint was oetr
12.000,000. aad from it prteaut managtmtnt
wa likely to btdeepar Involved. What wo Id
inn uonaa di iuch n ny warini
Maror Ilowen Your flgnrea nr allghtly
ont of tht way. The debt la not that largt
Mr. Stanton. Tha Mayer can correct me
w hn h frBta hla lwa.
Judgcliuche aald he appeared on bsbalf of
(DC corporators to aiaia incir views, anu givt
briefly the reason why tbcblll recentlf passed
hw tha Ilonsa should also ba farorablv eon
ilJcredby the Scaatt. Hi trndcretandtng of
tha hill waa that It embodied aubatantlaltr
tht tarn plan a wraonlalnd In.tb ou
There waa a third bill to constrict a mtkt
whether a markcC-bous atiouu be built br
tha enrnaratsra or br tbe eitrt whalhr
prlvatt tattrprlse ahould b permitted to
supply a want long Ml by th community, or
wooinar lit ciitivoa am laarii ai,vuw rjv 10 p-jy
for that convenience, aad hare the maiket
glutted with corporal i oa oonde
He understood the opposition originally
came from property bolder on Louisiana
mluii hut all dlffaraneaa kail baa a raaan
oiled, and the objections urged oa account of
toe manner in waica iot aaiming wan io oc
eoasiruoieu bm on rrngrru,
IVhin II wacDronoaedtofarm thfaeonoanr.
In order that all Interests mlcht ba rinrt.
acnted by the corporators, a commute wallad
upan Mayor liowan and suggested that h
should designate the nam of a eerlala tun
bar to represent th corporation. After n free
interchanges! opioioa no agrtea mat nve ol
the number would b equitable, and accord.
Inglyth name of lleoty I Cooke, W H.
Todd, 11 V.lTraeb,Johnl.KlranaandT a
Connolly were aubstltuted for th names ol
Or s:nllmcn previously on Ihc bill. Of tht
number n notioto onprtai, r Connolly
He did not kaow whv ODrtoaltlaa had baa a
offered to th measure al this a tare orarr.ira.
especially when It was uadrtoodthat Mayor
Iiowta fully acceded to lb plan a proposed
i ik. tf..;. hill r r
ADD1UR OS MATOtt aOWIM,
Mayor Itowta nxl addresd the commit
tee. It aald hdld no! appear as aa ladl
vldual, but as Mayor of Washington,! the
request aad under the Instructions of the City
Council. 11 cam to present their wishes in
regard to securing the alto for tbe market
houae which the corporation propoaed to build.
He then oubmllted reeolntlont adopted by th
Councils, proteetlnr again tt the transfer of
th franchise to a private company.
Mayor Jiowea then reviewed aad explained
the different sections of the aorooratloa bill.
and Mharata thav differed from thoaa la lha
corporators' hill, lie neat took top the bill of
tb corporators, and ertUelaed It by taction.
lie eaw aa npB j amm vanainiia
to accept tb rraaehlseof lh Ceatre-market
ground, but were very careful to specify that
only On articles should be sold there, while
hay, wood, nnd other material usually cold in
me dmhi apac muii u uispoitti oi eiss
where Mr. Hughee surges ted that that was come-
ining icn eoiTciy to ine corpora no a io r
Mayor Ilowen. Just ao) Thj-toTporallon
can take care of the hcj-knjwood, while tht
corporatora enjoj thscoffll or market rents,
and haet txclvna iiirutiiiAnn,. ii, n...J
4-Tuda-a lluebca said that there were feature a
in in aorpvr aituni win iu,aiiii,iii wiim ci
latlag coiporatlon lawa
Mayor Ilowco. 1 did not know that. But If
It la no, ut Din can oe amenueu in tnai par
ticular, lie did not believe In granting- to pri
vate compaalec such unlimited authority aa
ibt bill proposed. In bis experience he had
learned that ouch power was never eoaght
except for exclusively stlOsh purpotss. and
befor the bill wa passed by lh tfenatt ll
should bt amended In man wars. orla
ataaeo, ott section allowed aty percon pre
entatth tlm th boobs wert opened for
ubseripnon to aunscrib ior tot whole
amount of stock, provided lb necessary cash
waa put down to cecur lb subscription. II
contended Ihc hook should b opened lo all,
aud such advantages stricken out of th bill
Another section f av tha tomsaar tha nur-
chas for nlnety.nlfa years, which was ao ex
traordinary concession, ou in Keeping with
th mala feature of th bill Why a privl
la aa valuabt to th cltr a to a nrlvata
company ahould be delegated for that length
of time wa mora than h ould uoderataod.
in ncxi oDjcciioaaDit itaiura was in
amount stipulated to ba paid for this fran
chise, vln il0,000pr year Was that a Just
compensation for the exclusive privileges be
stowed by the till t
Mavor Ilowen then said tha I a eom a fVnm tha
Centre-market thle jear would b not lta
mau fw,uuv. a kovu many aprusea nas oeen
Incurred la makiuxexlenslv roualr. aod lha
net incom would be about 3o ooj. stated
that these Improvement would last for man
years, and each an expm would not bt to
curred for torn tlm to com. One of th
reason why lb lnsoin had not bn largar
for many jear wae that th occupants of
tall expetd yearly that a better market
ng would o rested, such n structure
leltv needed would doubtleca havo been
put up at tht brglnnlug of tbt war but tht
troubles at that time checked the enterprise.
Again, in Hot, tbe corporation was progress
ing wtlh Ihc fouudaliooof Ike new building
n ) jwica imciiBi vu
In reittv to tha remarka of Mr til ma ha
would aay that bo dl 1 not set why h should
eom htttiod vllllfy lh corporation a ht
had dont to-n'fnt la Iht paper read by Mr.
fitantou. 11 hardly knw how to pakof
such conduct, but In lightest manner of al
ludlng toll would be to call It acandaloua
What right had he to scsndallic the city whose
pet he had been and whose parse waa filled
with corpora I Ion pap lie had been conculted
on all occasions, na had been treated In the
klsdaat manner, aud for him to opcak of tbe
city and Its officials aa bebacdou waa truly
aaandalotia. ll waa a raatterof astonishment
lie had been paid urge sums oi money (or r
viecs rendered, and h must repeat that for
him to come before the committee and attempt
to prejudloe the corporation that had nour
lahe 1 him was simply acandaloua
Ms llluaa. lutarruDllna Aa I ana aa Mr.
Ilowen has been maror. 1 hit noi ilt ,l
out cent for work done under hi administra
tion, anu in ccrptri'ioa waa tow in oi dbt
for work do a durlcg tb whole of hi term.
Mr IIdwco cjntinued with the atatsmant
that the corporation funded debt toda was
01,197,0-0 3. and thai there wer tax now
du mor than autllclant to pay th above aad
all tb expeaaeaof th norporatloo. It wa
wae proposed that lh most valuable ground
In tha cite ahould be siren tn the eoninan.
The ipaoe la rront of the market, if used for
store, would bring Ixiy rents, t.d that
should b taken into consideration, whea tb
corporator ten you wae corporation
will gain ovr what 1s bow ficctvcd fro n Iht
real of il-IU, .
Senator Morrill. When lh bill waa first pro-
roscd X htlltrt II was uadarstood tht corpora
Ion officers wer tob located 1 th nw
tn lid leg, . .
Mavoe riowen That I true, 1 believe, but I
WvUdi hero Otat that th eltlien nr opposed,
io removing irom inc tuy iian, merviort.
that proposition abandoned. If th ground
wa wotth anything It was wor'V more th
aiaooo nap r. and it ii can be made oroat.
able to a private company It aurcly tan bo
I fit ton, and our cltlicni are tenaelou of their
rights Tbe coiporatleo contends that thti
IrancMsc I exceedingly valuable, aad. It
it.i 4..I.. tha kaaafll nflt
Th corporation contend that IhlifrtocMit
lxadingly valnablr.aed It ohtnld ttetiv
Tbe corporation Ii ready nd noxloni to
ereetn warket-hooi on tb lite that will bt
a credit to tb city and th Government no
welt aa aa ornament to the Avenue. Why n
glv the corporation that right! Doing th
property of th corporation It would never be
come a monopoly to opprtao our people, It
most certainty would U owned and controlled
by aolatorporated company, Our beopl at
i.nniua.1 tn araalln thla franchise to a earn
naoy th Councils have unaalmouily pro.
tested against It, and a they, through thtlr
represcitattree, propos to rt a building
la all respects equal to that proposed by lb
lAmnini. I aikacaln whrdenv to thPonl
hero what you propose to (tv to a fw Inter
uur xpttnt with loeoiporstsd ompa
ales has not been sash a lo Indue us to
K. thata hn thev aonraaah us far
thirty years w hav bn grouadto tbetarth
by th lUltlmore and Ohio railroad monopoly.
Now that w ar about to aubda thai
,.,.. vtv and averl.earlae nownaav. wa faal
that -w ahould net hav another equally if
not nan gviHivn uan upui ,vr at IriOQ
ai niBiiT-nini inn iimtini wiin ina
committee to lay whether wt shall b oo cad'
d lad or not.
MB-fat bOX P BECK.
Councilman A. P. larJon aald ho repre
sented tb Common Council of the city of
of the franchise, ae coatcmplatcd In the bill
which had recently passe Ihe House, Tbt
corporation bill provided that the work
should commence clxlydar after It paciagt,
and If th-wrk waa aot commenced fbca lb
private company could proceed.
The lend aloo which wo to ba rlran to
tbl company was worth a million of dollar,
anj at th rale oftompoiatloa fixed fie ooo
per aenum th Interest wae not more lhaa
ont and four tenths per cent. Wa that Just t
Should tin lata than ix per cent! Xvea
nnw, lathe dilapidated building, th lleenaea
amouated to mor thaa euld possibly tt
rtallied front th company. What would tht
Incom b If tb corporation wa permitted to
build th mrkt-hous1 II had aarcfnlly
considered the question, and only propoaed to
advot teat meamrt which wtuld bt tht
moat profitable to tbt ptoplo of Washington,
AdmlitlBg tbeneoes.lty of a oullabl sir
ket houae, h aw botbloc to Impede It con
truetlon by tb corporation. Certainly our
credit was not goo, and tber was no reason
why the city ahould not bolld It own matket.
house, Al Is as the asked the committee to
give them aa opportunity of falling, ir rail wt
must, at tbt advocates of tht prlratt coacera
predict X eay, glv a aa opportunity to fall,
and then th corporator will hav an oppor
tunlty to build th marBCt-boutt at their own
xpente. Ht objected to th tranifer of tb
fraathls for th consideration mentioned la
the bill, and sincerely hoped that it would aot
MO CUT KKrLtBSTO MiTOh BOW.
Mr Clusa te reply to Iho personal atlscka of
Ihe Mayor aldtlhff lve to atate that I
have been for a number of yeara the architect
ofjbe city of Waahtnttont that X hara not
been treated a corporation pet,aorhavtI
been fed with "corporation pap.' Whatever
ptanc may hav be a accepted by tb city
wer not accepted btcaus they were my plans,
but because, la competition with others, they
vara lit tasd the beat. I will alas atata thai I
hart not received a slagl cant for any work
don forth city sine Mr, Ilowto bat been
Jiaror, anu ir wgn uvni ior privtous ad
ministration, I wa ompelldto accept from
Mayor Howca corporation bond worth only
ssventy.Ovc centc oo the dollar.
as iBTBBxaiino MaLootrn.
Mr. Ilwen, Tou were not compelled lo ac
cept them. .
Mr CIuss Very true, bnt I was bound to
have aomathlne? for nr aervlcea. aad wae eom.
if lien loiexo tatmrr cuointeorporatioa. no
liungiy mauo me sacriuce oowevcr, bCluc
in the came boat with the boneat mechanics of
Mayor Bow eo. Uongrcsa authorised the cor
r oration to Issue these bonds lor tbe purpose
bey were disposed for.
Henator Morrill These remirks.gentlemcn,
are Irrelevant and they had belter be discon
tinued. Mr Cluas. Very good) I only wish tht com
mlttet to uodeistand thl " corporation pap"
don't prevent ma from doing what Ic right And
honorable In a ma.,
Hob. A O Klddl next p)ard on behalf
of th Hutch era Aiaoclatloa of thla city, and
before commencing hi argument Henator
Morrill asked If h appeatd la th tpaclty of
an attorney t
Mr Kiddle expUlned that be bad been re
tained forth association for th purpose of
presenting the objection of lie member to
the proposed pla. If dollars aod centc bad
anything to do with th weight ot argument
hecoulifBtatothal he had received nothing
for hi service todatet end If hereafter tbe
committee should learn that hla labor Lad
been gratuitous he hoped It would not weaken
what no was about to say
' II was quite appueot Ibst the ally of Wash
tattoo needed a new msrket.boae, Wbcther
11 should be constructed by the corporation,
by aprlvateeimpany, or by anybody elie waa
a metier for Concresslooal legislation. He
did not propose either by trlmlnatton or re
crimination to advance hie views. So far as
wa are concerned let th dead past bury Ha
dead, aad repot la th grav with It. Th
Hutchcr Association wae not responsible for
tbe preseet condition of thlace, aad were oat
prepared to admit that a private company
could do better than the eorporalloo In pro
viding for their wants Much had breuealC
In favor or the sencme proposed by the cor
poratora In ihe bin recently passed by the
it waa claimed mat tney represented ibe
publl want, but b had yt to laro that a
rrlvatt company wae tbe exponent of public
astc He would submit for the Inspection of
tha committee attention numeroualv alrarJ
by th eltlieos of Washington remooatratlca;
against the passage of tbe bill granting the
right of franchise to a private company H
would not troubl them oy1 reading lb names,
nor In attaiptlngto count them Lclllsuf.
flee that tby were numbered byhuadredc.
He understood thai there were two promt
nenl objectore to the House UU-the eltlieos
ami lha aaaoalalloo ht renreaented. What
particular colrit. what patriotic motive row
erned th corporator h would not aay, bnt
ll was evident that a prlratt company Bought
only their own Interest, and would do no more
than was actually required by the terms of the
bill. If the franahlae waa as valuable as ca
ll mated, th eltltsns of Washington rlchtlv
estlmat that It benefit belong exaluslvcly
to the city. . examination ot ta piaaa
under which It waa proposed to build their
structure, voura snow nuifi lactams
wert only a Beoadary consideration.
Tne necassiitee oi acuyaa large as Wash
ington, with a proapect of Its ponnlatlon
doubllngta at meat ten yearn, demBed that
tbe entire ground designated for market pur
poses should b xeIusTvly uid for that pur.
Mr. Rlddl aald that lh ekeUtoa af a Mil J
utiog taw y pruuauoH i an UV.IOBI fS A-
uctaiiun, nau in an parfict IOIrSId In
a mrkl-hous. had be3 handed to him, and
h would rad4t (o (K ommlltee.
It nrnrnia.l thai lha market hnnae ahnnl.l 1..
rEnderthcentlr control of the corporation,
oa loiRivit mo rirji ) aunaDi siruerore
the city ahould b empowered to Issue the ac
cessary bonda. and that on the completion of
mil poriioit Di in invnoui, uasignaiea
for market purposes, the alalia ahould be eold
at auction to tht htgbeat bldderc,nnd the pur
chaser receive earn evidence fiom the corpo
ration to that effect, that they might thereby
acquire a title In fee slmplei that annually
uviiaii.i iucj piivmiu v ,n"j,i tv a ill on
thaorlelnal amoual oald. aod lhat lha sir.
chasers of stalls so acquiring the right of pos-
ifliign iuodki nn, iu uwar ui iraniicrring
them, and that the whole ground floor ihoulj
oe usaii ior mataei purposes cxciusivsiy.
If the whole tround floor could not he oh
talned then whatever nortlon ulehl ha aat
apart would be acceptable. Mr, Utddl sub
mitted the ground plan In accordance wjthtbe
COL. PamBOIB ItHTLT TO IL 11DBLI
Col. ParsoDBOblcctcd to Ihe proposition of
mr iiiuai hi will iiraniir onoDiu ia aa.
roiiDC inn- jtTtnaa irraiio miiiii purposes.
For tweutv veers the nlace had been an ,
". ". ' -.!.. V." .7 "7 7"
or to Washington, and h did not bellev lo
continuing ine onpaairtepociaeit or aispiay
Ing pork aod cabbage n th great thorough
fare of tht capital or the nation Were wt
ntrer to be relieved of tht market house nu.
sancc, and waa It because tbe enterprise of a
few private corporator would relieve Ibe city
that these obatrustloce had so auddeoly
sprung Into xlslastt They war accused of
aaaaina- incir own mirraaia. ana in inn nana
at all that waa manlr and American ha honail
Iter woul I b permitted to do eo. What
eouiu ine peopia ui nr niugton vxpesi, wnen
lb corporation was already ovrburdned
with debit Wher waa the money 4o com
ir th credit of tbt tlty wa ao good why did
not Ha bonda command a better prleel And
where wa th prospcctlvegrowth that would
Justify the corporation In luercailog He debt
to the amoual of $1.000,0u01
Now It waa pioposed by a private compaay
tn hutld a eaailtat-baai that would b credli
abl to lh city and th sou a try, Oo that
would In vry rspet aeeommodate "the
butcher, lb naxcre, ana ine candlestick
makers," aa edifice lhat would be an archl
tectum ornament to Washlagton, and uncx
ceitlonbl In all It eonvealcocas
Hhsd been told br butcher nnd h had
hlmaslf experienced tbe same tbiog, that la
the summer time the ilcneh arising from tbe
ground was Intolerable, even to these whose
olfactory nerves were accustomed to strong
mail Tho company had th capital and Ihc
enterprise to put up a decent bulldlaff. It
would be provided with everything accessary
for convenience and display. Ibe butehere
could have ten elated pavement, marbl elans,
Iron gratings, metallic roof, anything that
would enable them to keep the mtrket-houc
clean 1 h people of Washington wer clam
orlnc Tor eutnetblog better than the prcssat
unsightly structure. Had Ihey not waited
The qusslton wa narrowed down to lh
nlana nrnnoaed bv tha cornoraltoa. Hven
Mayor Ilowen agreed that the place should
be Improved. All were unanlmoa on that
Tb prospective drawing displayed by
mmlltee would glv sora Idea of what
IhtcomDinr DtonoieJ to do. Th ttlaa eon.
templaled wae to ua th front of ta build
leg for storss and hotel purpose, and la eub
mltllag a bill th sorporatlon bad appro
priated th cam festurc, Was th city of
Waaklogloa lo becom a hot) kssper, and
Increase its enormous debt by adding another
halfmlllion to the cost of the building for
furnishing the hotel! Doce not Mayor iiowca
know that Irwould be Impossible for him to
keep a hotel without perpetual wrangling t
Would It not b tb source of lottrmlnablt
Uul, laying aald lhat view of lh question
doai not too Mayor know lhat ll fj.tU4 L n
tmpoislbl Tor Mm to Ooat bonds or thl el'r
at six par cent, a ll would ho to float big
ton In a mltl-pondt
Mayor How; Tht corporation bill dc
(lesigestc.to what net that portion of tht
bblldlng shall bt devoted. Certainly th M'
of n hotel was never contemplated, and If that
ecetloa had been printed a he caw 11 had been
by an examination at tha btU.lt should
stricken out, as It was not Intended thtt It
hould bt n part of tht bill.
Mr, Par, What do you propose to do
with cash an Immena structural
Mayor Bowcn When tbt building Ii "("
Dieted waean vervanan ssttta that nueitlOP
I would atatt thai tbt gentleman construes
thatportlooofthtbltl according lo his wn
views. Theblllprovldeathatlhaexlerlor of
the stractnte shall be in every respect rqual
to that proposed by Ike company
Mr. Parsons then laid that the Mayor hvl
appropriated the beet reature of hi bill and
ailed them hie own.
Mayor llowcatl woo not nwirt before that
II was Col. Parsons' bill.
Mr. Parcpnc. Neither. Is Ii my bill per
con allyi but In representing tht terporatoro 1
Pah sfll army bill. I It tulle my friend,
the Mayor,! will call It our bill, liesald,!
coBclusten, that II was for Congrcis to decide
whether tht tllftbleUlte on Pfnnsvlranla
avnu should b Improved aod beautified by
a stately atruetare or one that would com.
pare far elabty with th great thibllc buildings
or the prlnelpalcltlcs oflhe world, or whether
our people were to bo taatIUd with great
expectation, and generations follow them
without retaining.! great need of Washing
ton city at the prcacnt lime.
Mr RldJte,ia rrplr, Baldly was not pro
posed to mak hi butjdttg xluilviy a
market-htose, and h did aoltinoa to allow
th gentleman to mleatatt hlarvlwe. What
Ihey Insisted upon was, that th first floor
hould b devoted exclusively to matket put
posec The cclBsh Inlereslof ihd batchers de.
mended that, and whht they dM with th
Bupcrstructnrc was altogether another matter
According; to tbe gentle man1 feel tag, ht
would not harntt known thai thete was a
msrkstboui In th city of Washington,
Hi prejndlc to pork nd cabbage, market
offal and Jtlei that wouldn! "ohoo," wae on
qQrabl, and It did not oacra bin
wfcthr th busincs port loa of Ihe com.
mtalty who are to locate la hi market bout
wer accomodated or not.
Th grand hotel, tb bot and oho stores,
dry goods, mllllry and haberdasher eitab
llahanaBta. la fact. tvrvlhlnant what ha.
longc about a market house was not ohjse
llnabllo tht previous apaaker. He hoped
the commit! would bear In mind that tht
dsldrtnm songht wa a convenient nnd
ultabl market hus, nnd that th parties
most Interested ta tha building were those
who expected to transact nnd curry oa boil.
ness within He walls.
Air, Slaeton, In reply to Ihe acecitlon of
UraV ,H .U,,.,ll Villi ,H. ,u vtv,
tore had aimed entirely to bull lb wish of
nil otaivra, a, W" RVl a miiih pi ! !
tloa, but a grand Improvement, In which nil
wer Interea ted. Tbe corporator bad labored
most trnnouslr for th pan re of the bill In
tbe (loose, and for come reason, a mystery to
him, opposition wis now "offered from the
very quarter from when' encouragement
ad come twelve months ago. Strang to say,
a Counall of Washington were then ae
aanlmously In favor of tb project a they
nr now opposed to It, nod that, too, wllh Hit
approval oi tho-Mator.
Mr. Ilowen. That was a different Council,,
HwoiTir, i run, in pr -,, t
Mr. t tan too, tlut tha aam Mayor,
Mr. Fardon, Let m ask th a;eatImao If
he would be willing to havo nie bill so
amended ac to submit tbe question to the
1'ropi ( m Rvntni riwiivn wniinrr
b city or the company should build the
Mr. Stantoo. If Concrete Is willing to Bub
mtl Ita Irvlalalloa to lha votes of tha nan!
of Washington, of cource we would havtto
as to tne Bcit-ceextng or ine corporators, it
wae qolt appareat that th butehere wer
not a whit behind them. W hear from thrm
through Mr. Illddl that tbr propos to bed
tht stalla In perpetuity. Th orpnratlon
a haul J Inenr lha tsoanaa of but Idler tha mar
ktt-houa and then allow them to us th
tall a they plai and to aeeommodate
them la thta matter thev would have the
corporation liiuelt bonda to th amount of
a minion ot uv mi nnu Til many woiBing
Mr. Vardon. Would II bat ha belter far the
corporation tolssu bond and own tht prop
erty lhaa to surrender tbe fraochlt to a prl-
th vompany nnu ni oaiy tio.wai a year I
woum ii aniN iwntr iai inn corporation
hondt ahould b worth onlv flftv Banta on lha
dollar than to loos thl aourc of revenue!
Mr H taut on cald h would no lonxer lax the
patience of tbe committee, for Ihey were, no
doubt, w cm led with tht detallc
Mayor Uowea, I would like to hara Ihe
gentleman tn mt unacy ina provisions ot nta
bill what would be doot In cast tbt books
wert opened, and come one penoa should
eland rnady to subset lb for all tb stock!
Mr. Htaoton. Mavor Howsn would hava
equal opportunities with th reel
mayor uonn. ui wiai uova not answer
my quesllon. No doubt I would b permltlvd
to subscrlb If 1 waa th flrst person oo band.
itti uwra bv n ,gnnn mow inai tut
provision of th company'a bill allow a
stufl parson to absorb th entlr stock t It
Is currently repotted that a foreign company
land ready lo eubscrtbe the cotlre amount,
Mr. Stanton. That la news to me, for I have
heard nothing of It, I expect to aubierlb for
ac much of th stock as lean pay fur, and I
uppos Mayor liowcn can do tb im. ,
It waa Intimated that Aldermto Connolly
would Ilk to lay something on tht que f tloo If
ta svniDiuiii wvum bumuib vim.
KB. OOXWOLLT' BBKABKO.
Mr, Connolly ald that was a mtstak. It
had aoaush deslrst but Bias ha had bean
sailed upon he would explain that he cam
there lis an offislnl capacity to present tbe
resolutions adopted by fheCltyCouoslu,bt
at nt nan ovq antiaipareu inineioy mayor
flivifl Ikat nortloaofhls dntv hadeeaaed. II
bad bean said In tht tarly part of tht session
that he waa on of th corporators named la
Tbcvlaw enunciated by them were aJro-
.tt h tfca h..ll. hln. waa aA m rl Ka
I bad labored to Impress upon the clllssae ot
ivaaningioa int importaneeoi ercoiiog a suit
abl mrkt-hous. Hut lh propoiltion did
not cm to And upportra thee, and of
lata ht has laid but very jUlla about It.
Iortiponaototh question wblih plan h
now favored, Mr. Connolly declined, for the
reason Brat atated, ta expreaa aa opinion.
If was one of th lacerporatorc named, he
believed, to represeat the orporatlon, and
th commute could understood th position
In which h ws placed.
Col, Pitcher adrocated th conatracllon of
tb market'hoase by th corporation.
fotor Morrill. Who does tbe gsotlman
rtrreseati for what parly does h appear!
Col. Pitcher, iroooerlopartlcalar. He had
resided la Washington for ten years pas! and
expected to live here for ten yeari to come.
II the tommlltet would Indnlg him h would
briefly stat ht vlewa.
Heaerar Merrill. Then tht gentleman reprc
cents hlmietf. Wo will hear what bo ha to
Mr. Pitcher tha gay hi Mason why lh
orporatloa should b allowed to erect tbt
market ho.. .
Henator Morrill. I presume the that th
discussion Is clostdt
Tht qutstloa arose durlaf tht Men tog re
gardlag ibe speclttcatlons ,lo-the bill as It
passed the House In. reference to tbt manner
In wbeh thtbu!Mlg should b conitructed.
Mr.jlotrAiutu xplalnd that tb sneslH
kliva wtralalh iKMsessloa of tko Hon
Committee on tbe District of Columbia, and,
that a had laleoded to kavo u omitted them
totblommllto for axamlaatloa, which h
would do at nn early day.
Henator Morrill. 1 prccuma thai tire om
mltt will favor omt plea for l market,
house, aad It Is their dcalr to harmooli tht
wants of all. Dut supposing, gentlemen, wt
falll thlannd Congress should makoanap-
rroprlatloa and build tt, would yoa take It off
htlr haadil Would you conical lo raffl
Dlitnlerested spectator For on. I weald
Senator Morrill. f7om on objects. Wall,
gentlemen, we will examine tht plans sub
mitted. At 10 o'clock tb hearing etastJ, and lh
dlRaranl plan nnd drawlnga wer left lob
committee-room for the 1 aspect loo of tho
membri or th commltlt.
Th member of th committee appeared to
take a great deal of Interact In lh subject,
and whatever may be tbclr vlewc regarding
Ik different plaae, tbty are aaaalmoocly
agreed that a new ttarkst-hous la aadly
Local IIbxtitib Th chief nglnr of
th Ore department ha received LOW feel of
leather hose from Oatei k, Hon, of Lowtll,
Massachusetts, wblsh ha beea placed lo
ahara-e r l.nrlni lUinniii. W a Thl. tm tl.&
ftratToatallmant of 8,10 fct lately ordered by
Catherlna Karen wea arreata.l an.t aam.
mltted te Jail on Tuesday for asiaull aad bat
teryonner nuBoanu. rairiCK Ksgan,
Privet Thomas l)olaa, company IT, Ilk
united States cavalry, has been assrgncd.to
duty as mcsacBger at lh Kaecutlre Mansion.
Officer Patr, ilrowo, White and Lewler,
on Tuesday algbt, paid an official visit to a
house near the depot and arrested Keren Hulll
van, the proprietress, and Sally Ilrowa and;
Heche! tfoutt, colored, th former charged with?
nrvpini n uiioruariy nouas, and lha latter
witbleadUga Iswd ndIasclvlou 1 1 r Sol
"I" waa uoi aiv ina q otntri ll tail bf
Lwl Slum, colored, waa aanl In I.U la.
court, by Juitlco Mill, charged with pel It
P. J, Oellso gar iceurlly to keep the react
for assaulting County Comtablc 6. Jtlmmell
la tbe discharge of hla duly
Alfred Itebcrtcon wae fined (.1 by Joitloe
Thompson, for Bring a platol on the street,
Uulte a numher nr naranna hm n.:i ...tii.
day for kceplogdo(C without lleensB f ofare
-i, uui.,.,u,, pay me corporation ico
for your. dog.
Qbaup Coxubbt Tht Octette club, of this
city, ao well and favorably known to the
nittilo-lovlog cltlicnc of Washington, will
glv a grand aoncert at Lincoln hall on
Wednesday evening April! Th -eft toes of
svralmlnnt lady singer hav been en
cored, and the entertainment promleeo to bo
one of rare enjoyment to the admirers of the
vocal art. Tickets can be bad al the principal
bookstore and at tbe muale itor of Wa. O.
Plcwbebb Ann Oa 1'ittsxs -Hlase Ike
erganlxalloo of the Mechanic' tftate Ooonetl
of Maryland nnd the District of Columbia, the
nlumbara end eaa Httera haa n,.i.J.i a
society. (In Tuesday night they bld a uaat
Ing, which was wll attended and full of ln
tercet. The ntmbiri at lha ,.ri ... ..
coming Into ll In goodly number. They knva
dalegate la th council that attend the meet
u irUM vu p wvca.
MuiRi Uooav A WvLie. Nn. IMA ra.
enth street, arc offering their 4llr itoik cf
deilrabl Bjirlng dry godi at paaio prlcti.
Tmtl will ba a anecial enaalava f id.
Wasblnston Commaudcrv. Nu i if -p'thia
ivinlnt at V J1 Aialflk
A KXWABO Is affartd It flndsr Af an aaal.
Tbt Char- Affalaat fbo Cortffret
IoboI rrlnur-Tho ?rrlat i'm
moncrii. Th Senate Cora mitt c on rTlhtlntrateW
day commenced tht Investigation of the
.referred bv flee orlntere who had been dls
charged rrom tht offlet. ,,...
Senator Anthony prcilJcil at the meeting of
1 the committee. At the commencement of the
trial Mr CUpp requested that but one wit
I nrasbejuBSfullplharoontdarloi tfeMw-
i.. L ... .i,.!-. jiH
10 witneeaee 'tamiovu yifrway' wrm i
mcssi uornritus vvenaeit anu jonn i. n,
trees, former Oonfrccslonal printers John
.reombe, disbursing clerk, and Hoiel'W,
llynn, present assistant foreman at th (lor
Mr. Larcombe wc flril examined, lit
itatedthat tbert.hadbsen no material pur
chased, to hU kdowledgc, which wel uoaeeeo.
cary In the office, the assistant foreman had
never called hla attention to thrctlhl
tber wa material purchased unnecessary for
the wants nf thtoffite. The prise of ooapa
rell waa to cent per poind, and not 0134,
The order for ourch seine malarial tenia
through tht fortm in of each branch to the su-
rerintenueni oi ine otnee, ana oyarequtst
lan. whether larva or small. With reraraana
to charge a, be would refer to his statement
on page 23 of tbe charges publlsbedi that the
rrcMot preparer of copy, Mr, Madison Davis,
i folly, competent to dlechargt hie dutlesi
tnai mi ubi ,ut iniiuni aitia wna utiwi
Ing tl,oo per annum, and doing little or noth
ing. Is untrue, hie duties being quite varied,
looking after Iht buslntsc of tht office ffeacn
ally, aod that h lc ntlrlyomptnt for hi
duties. Hla acouatntanaa with Mr. Moore
wa alight, and h did not know htm well
enough to aay whether he would not believe
him on hie oath. Inrenlrto th nutation of
tht ntecailtyof a copy preparer.ht had bo
doubt that It wf tutoesfvy to Bjtrt'auth '
Mr. Wendell tea tided that he had been ton
tractor of Ooveromcnt printing for two years,
and fourteen yeara ai aub-contrastor, aod his
cxncricnct led him to the boiler that a nraatt.
cal printer wa neceaaarr a formao. Thla
wa neiixry ia nay wen regulated omit
whin book work 1 xecutcd especially, A
fair day's work for ta hours' labor ahould b
about alx thousand ami, and a pro rata num.
her fa laae tine than thai. When man ivnrlr
by lb day thtrahenld work by th aland rd
ad te nllulai day's work, A larg amount
of tbttopy lnlbtUovrnmntofDc 1 badly
cparcu, ana requires muea taoor to revise,
would be antuat to denounce prlnterc for
t nerformlnv lea hours' work tn elehl
printer could make double lb
amount of wages by working oa fat work that
h flan on lean work, H had known ma who
work on rui nnd figure work lo mak a high
aa forlv dollara tier dav. but laklne tha run.
ft.! aod lean, six thousand mi was an aversg
lie had known Mr. Olann maav veara. ttt,h-
hblyUorMynar, and from hlaknowldfc of
his capabilities, which were fair, he thought
him capceia to-atecnarg ia dull or Uor
ernment. urioter. but he does aeleeedual hla
office aa he would himself. He thought he had
Sot mea in piece tnai war atom pi eat, and
licharred.verrcomutunl meo.ea nolllltal
grounds, e h uoderatood, .11 thought tht
ofBctaeuld b conducted mbre economies.)! y
IOIIIIWH. MM IHII'-VWUBI Bl IMIBf IB
sympathy with the dominant pnrly, but good
(it I uteris had been discharged anq Ibcorapt
eat.Urpubllcan given place there, aad la
thla rapet the Government had utaned
loisv lit theory I that a fair day' labor
should ba AOOO eniB of lha leaneat kind at mat.
tcr. Whll h wa superintendent of print lag
It did nnl find It necessary to employ a pre-'
rarer oi copy icic worn property neiongeu to
he foremen, and wu alwaya performed by
him. He considered tbe offie atlrly super
flaus, Tb Union prlo par thousand Is sixty
cnt, and ba would do! employ a printer who
could not earn $1 per day. lie would taken
fair run or the copy and would require the
a A.IA iinin adaa'aavAtar. Ila.tl.li.tt .....J
lioppreialv torqlrof a maa tht amount
ot lanor no was nam iipcriorm.
Mr. Decrees' tcsllflid Uial boWac acquainted!
with tha nreient rorataXa at the OArnmeat
printing offlte, nnd from hla knowledge h did
nol think bin qualified to perform lh duties
of the office, when witness was la charge of
iud uvifiammi uuic u iu aw prst nn
todoaamuch In elsht hours as liter did la
ten houre He never employed a copy re
vlteri tbe foreman always did this duy. He
knew Bothlnc about Mr Ethel's eanabllhlea
aa a printer or foreman, but alwaro under-
bioou inas ne waa noi a practical printer.
Mr Flynn teatiried that be bad been en
rioted la theprlotlcg o(9l since November,
lit. Had worked nt thca aad ae reviser
of copy. So far as be knew Messrs Ethllaad
Otis, btsopluloa 1 that they ar not compe
tent prlnterc, and from hie knowledge of tbe
oiiri'ruoi rvauvr vmpioyrq inrrenw would
aot emnlor them at anr nrlee. He could not
elate who were In fault la the blunder of
hsrtnr lo ressl Ihe luge amount of type on
tht "Commercial Relation" and other books.
vtt n wn nnai iuiii viuuMfi, uiu vrrn
made there noatlanra lawn amount AfUtior in
rectify, Th amount of ot b would not
use io ear.
In regard to unnccsiary material purchased,
he onlv knew of two hundred pound of bra.
vler cans, which was not needed, Thl ws
worlh about nfty cent per pound) this might
not be wanted lor ten years, and It might b
required very coon The lauatiad th
uovernRieni oy inn lype waa rronaniy one
hundred and twenty dollar!. Mr. Ola was
reapanslble far this blunder. A fair day's
work for tsn hours was five Ihousaod seven
hundred erne There Is not n hair doieo men
In the office who can set six thousand etna ner
dayoriean matter. Th aversg competitors
iniDugn ins voaairj nan evi aoout tif n nun
drtd tms of general work per hour, Thle held
rood on nwsntDr work ae a rule.
The committee iha adjouraed th, further
lulfrtntlBe; rreentatlu let the
Agreeably to prtvloua arrtngement, yester
day, at twelve o'clock, a committee, oo sitt
ing of acneralA.'M. WIna.preslilsat of the
iuvcaaoics- oiait-ajouusii ol uauiorsiat uol
ll 8. Curttcaj Mirktary df tht National Eight
Hour KxnutltUonimtttt lind I MeMur-
ray, svcrvinry Mnv'invenanics aiat uoun
kllof Marvlead and the LUalrlal af lloUml.u
and MBSt.J,lbandrkfytrw iftorgetown,
nailed at th Executive Manilon and wr1a.
irouueeti uyueovrai ueni to in tretldent,
when th beautiful mbImStl olctorefno.
tleed tn Tcaterday'e ItRronLlOAa) wae pre
sented to tho Preildcjit,UeneraLWlna uaklna
tbe preeratailoa cpciavas folio w u.u.
Ma. I'snsiDBBTf l h mechanic or lb Ual
tad Btatas hav tor year been trying to Im
provn thtlr social potlUen, so ac to be more
agreeable and happy. They hivt learned that
th want of duoatlon la tb lion In thalr road
to cucccas. Thay Jolt bo oany hour that,
overeom by fatifcua,V)bef fled oo tlm for
tody or aelcnc of any kind, or to loarn
tb rui of etiquette demanded by po
lite or educated aoclaln Thy hav
n th necessity of pptr(og ft well and to
a good advantage i tblrolghbre, lhat
what lknwn-l ooelety may b no bar to
thlraajiUktioBi. To bring about an end o
elre 4 worH bdt'tigbt hofcrp a Maytan4
thus glv mora tint for tha jtqUUloai
now ledge, that would mak tbm equal to
Jh cdmaled, with whom thay art la a maa.
lire compelled to mingle la business. An th
Uovnrnment I th Iro Index of aggregate
fubllc opinion, heyougbl th pawaa of a
aw fixing etgbl henraaf a day' work for all
lorrnmnt employees la tht you know
how well thev auseendsiL
Od tht flth of January, 1M. thejtouic of
nvprrsoniaiivvs peiaou in cixowiour mil oy
almost a unanimous vote. In June of the
tame year the. Senate pasted It without
amendment, only alx Senator voting against
It on final vol. An attempt, however, wan
made lo amend o ao lo make It nugatory, by
redoclug tha wateo la proportion to thorcduoa.
Hon of hour. Even for thla only eleven Sen
ators votd. If my recollection serves mrl(ht.
Th attempt to amsnd btvlsg failed, w war
led to believe that offtoers ot theOovcrnmnut
would not refuse to comply with Ihc law thus
mad ao plain.
Ia this w wr grtatjy mistaken, for 6 di
cers fupr In tending at once refused to comply,
and anpcalod to to Becretarlec of the Arm
aod Nary, who agreed with our opponents,
nnd the opinion of th Attorney ucncral wa
demanded. H also agreed with, tht, .rieere
tarlcc aed their Inferior that wag must b
raduccd ta proportloa to tho rcdosilon of
hours Tb llouit passed a resolution that It
ahould not b ao onstrud,botth'tlnat ba
never eaten upon is, jui aiiaitim mn
lions of working mau war excited upon tht
aubjrort they believed tbeff feelings and best
werblnx trlflad with br IhtOdv
ernmant afflecr having ooatrol of tbpuldl
wviii AiitfM nr lurnsii wiin vwnuuvaga)
to you, a tb Preildent of th United
Htatee, to set what wonld bt ytur cource
Vi relation to those unfortunate decision!
cry coon, with Itghtilafipcedrthaptopl
wr Informed that you bad Isiuid prosla
mtloadclrloff that no reduaUoa la wag
hould b mad on account br tht reduction of
houre. Your action met the approbation of
the mechanic throughout thr United 8tts,
th members. of trd asaoclatlon became
wild with delight, nnd passed resolution! re
turning yoa thanks from nearly all of tbe
eight hour association throughout tht eoua-
re ttnrMilani. have rntlea un thta
spleadld plctur la tommtaoratlon ot tha
passage of ths eight boor law, and la honor of
yourself rorth nobl et la coming lo their
relief whea everythleg else bad failed. i
The fram lhat surrounds tbts picture Ic
carvedby our own workmen ac a trongrtyl
dene of thslr gratitude and latUtaeUoq.
The honor conferred by the eelectlon of my
aelfaa the medium of presentation Is duly ap
preciated, and th duty pcrformvd wlthplcas
Ilcfor clotlorpermli m io lay lhat wbv
wllh a manor all shade ol party, but noat
vofd against tht appropriation to pay you
Accept It, Ucncral, si tht heart offering of
thousand of oar tgbt-hQur men who work
for a living.
To wbUh, recelrlog th prtaMVf ldnl
flcacralt I hav no reply ro mak. axecpt to
thk tb mcchaolci efOallUrol for tbt a
prcssloar their approbation of what 1 have
done for them, which wee only what tbe law
required me to do.
After which the commit! thanked tht
Preildent and withdrew,
TttAMiriBO Rial :statb. Fitch A Fox,
real estate brokere, bare sold for Julius W
Krafft, esq, tbe east half of lot t, 1b square
80. fronting on P atrewt, btwa Twelfth and
Thirteenth etrt7 SI fact I)i Inches by a
depth of IS feet, coatalnlng l,Ttlqure feet,
to Oorf f F. hihaUr, for l,M h.
SoUl4i fob tub 6oTjTaTOoe hundred
aodflrtoldlr of the ftth United States nr
tlllcry, paild through tht 'city yttrday
m.i nine, vie Ore Aa mafi Alaxandrla railroad.
ta rout to Huatavlll, AU, to rUv eertUn
of th fore in that lecallfy who term or
Wl Joobbii ILSMAPFiiLDWtU Inaugurate
Iht excursion ocaioa with a ihd takt Uly
moet oa Mondix, April 11
Vlnlt r Citlnne r joraty It
II 11. UtlOIIFf'A AllDHKha,
ia rtipoult toatall fonx tht pteilJeot of
tht New Jersey RcpnMlexri Aiioelatloi,
bout cerrntyvur Nw Jricymn, residing
In tho city, At im bled In tho par'or of Wll
larda hotel at lT0 o'alock Uit trtnlof, to
pay (heir rripoct to Hon, Joiih pt Dradley,
lecently nominated and confirmed to bt asio
clal Juitle of the Supreme Court of .Iht
Amonfthott present wtro lfoa.0orgt M.
Robeton. Secretary of tb Navyi Bebatora
Csttellnnd Stockton) Hon. John Hill, Hon.
CharlM. Halgbt. Hon. Oreitet Olovdatd,
Hon. John Ilird, lion. 0, 3. Dicker, ,of rou
lytvnnla, Albert W. Mat ktey, m&j Often 1
Jardln nnd other. '. ,.-,
Sourtor thI)lttriitpf Columbia, addrnd
in liradlr na follows, on behalf of thtjtriy
men mttmbledt .
Mr.Aisoclatt Rustic Bradley i It U with
fesllngiot prlda and pleaiqr that, tn behalf
of Nw Jersey men residing in thla city, I con
vey to yoa their extreme gratification nl th
clef All on of rourreir, representative Jcricy.
man. to the bench of tht Hunrema (Jaurtof
ihe United States. A podtlon, sir, among the
moot honorable la tb gift el tbt natloni n
position that may wellfllf tht full measoreof
aoobl amblttoo, and pn requiring th moil
f'lBiwuau rniuiuua iu BBCcttiaiij aamiDlttsr
t ardqooc duties. . ,T
A a TaraaTman. A fail hnlh n.lifa at, A aklla.
faction at the event t nrlde that IhaenhAlei.
moot should be conferred upon Nw jcriyi
satisfaction thai th choice hao fall a upon
on or her coassoweif qnaiiivd to honor at
ooct our noblt Stat and tht high position, to
whisk htli called : '...",
WtaronntanfamllUrJctr, with the record
yoa hava made at home In tot Stat, bed w
eeepl ll a aa tarntst of tb rut or, now that
your history must bcsnme part of tbe endar-
iuw riranii di wor vovniry, iqri inn lr fame
ef New Jersey ad the renown of th1 high
tribunal of which you art now a member will
cuffer to diminution at your hands.
Wt feel tkat yourearcer lo eat well worthy
of emulation, and our hearte nrt moved by na
honcitprldo when we reflect thai ton nrt a
feltowJersevmas. Ba aaenrA ar tit Man
const deration d klndly(fellogt'we tntir
taloforyou, anl that you will ever be iuf-
f oodd and followed by oar heor w(sbe T
Bbtlcaa Alcoclalloa'of thle 'ltr a preamble
a no, resolutions, wmen i win read and present
toyen, werautanlmomly adoptcdt ,
, -'Whereat Hon, Jotepb I'. Bradley, of New
jerwey,' nas tn-va nominatro. oy I resident
Oraniandeonrlrmedby theSennteto bo At
oelate Jnsflorthefoprm Uoort of tht
Itnlfed Ntateat thararata. ka IB
JtMviW, That thl hi sen! at too hall with
oniMineti saitataciion anu pica lure the noeec
elon ol Mr. HrndUy to thl nigh and honorable
position, and wn krbr fsllsltst him on his
Wll-mrildtlratlon that wt feel atsurrd
tbam qualities of mind and hrt thai mad
aim for mnny ytart tbt pv Id aad ornament of
and dignity upon thahlxheit tribunal of qi
Conatrr. and In hie firaalletd hand tha eeali
ff Justlc will b loalecly poised a to yltld
o tbe falateit breath of truth nnd right, cod
know no other powort that w Tntur th
ret bone 'that many looy years may bt
granted bbio him In hi bw Held of oxerot
atsa, and that a loaf lit repute with btneflt
to hi fellow.mco may in lh end rap it own
Sxedlnr gieat reward) that an engrossed
opyof these rralullens ho present edlo Jus
tie llradley.aad that w call upon htm la a
ion y- ptrseaaiiy teener aim our eoagratqU
, Be pleated to accpl the, and may they
cerve to reca.llkls heartfelt trihnta af !
ivp, u rv.'.vi,,
fellnw-Jcrseymen when tb tehocf my tm
perfect words Is lost to memory. "
MrJ Hradley beleg tsken'by anrprlie, re
pvau-iu m unprvmvuitaicHi remark, in
a obstante aa follow!
Mr. President and Ocntlemtu'f Thl1 1
lately a very unexpected demonttratloa on
the part of my Jersey Meade lo this city, l
feel highly flattered by tb reeotutioo nnd
imiriiiu tt oncreiaryv nea I rook to my
pww qaallflcatlon tot fulinitf tbt high ex
reciaiionawnien yoa e w press, i reel exceed1
DglydlffllenVaiHri feellhat I ned notoely
th kind wish of my frltadi.bul Jh aid ot a
lantTerymueh gratified to see Mb feetlng
of Hlatvprld that exist among you nnd to
w-- ", ,u - ww um ivr(fi our pnon
Hlkte, ll I a amall Mtte..bul whan we take
Into eon elder el Ion he situation, her lealllo
tloo aed tha ebarsoter nf her people, I think
we ma be la.lly proud of her, for the en
lerratfsmof her principles, andabvt all for
in,i,i,iii;ai nr vvairiv Ol jasiltt BttO 10
ttOfltV Wllh Which lha lar le aJla.l.l.t...l , T
There ta no Htatela th UtlOo where o
much loraltrto law Ic d lea laved aa tn tha
Btat or w Jry. t speak Irrespective of
parly.and I aay 11 fo th honor of all classe.
lhat I h-lr lia Af mnA a,4Iu. - i. ....
hr to b held up a a xampl to her sitter
Of couie.l )tnplhlic' wllh yd Lo Ibis
r - "wn, . , .-, vui anu now piaotO IB
aposl loa where ll I my duly lo know no
rJtat Hbi, ao locality, but lo kaow only th
equal administration of Jostle lo all t and I
torn to tht position with n alBecr dcetre to
do my duly, aad lhat Ic my highest qatllflta
lloo forth pla. i
Worn without aaypledge on any ques
tion, and with a slncert wleV to admlaltter
the laws according to tbe best of my abllltv.
and! feel that I am but feebly quail fled to
: l,'1..,,ib;""" lnttievartit position
to which I hav been called, bnt X trust that.
with a sincere deslrt to do bo, I may bt tan
Lied to discharge tbm latlafaetortly,
lhanklnt VOU for lha hi ad an anna- la wklak
Sou hav jtrridm,I cxtand to you a tor
at iiliil.ili. "
After th coactuilon of Mr. QrAJIetrT.
marks, ne welcome) each one present most
tordlallv btf ah akin han.Ia an.f a k.if
hourspiat la pleasant conversation, th a
klnhr..l an..i.w u.llV.1.... ...h." .
""" uT, , "HU'""' n-usH pieasea
n..H ,HV .M.,
tLtctm of Orrtoxt At th meetlnffof
MetropoUUn Division. No.VlO, cone of Tern
piauiiivu iu,,uj mini, tot following o ra
cers wer elected to rva tb enaulnr Quar
loittlit John Twveilar-, W. P) W.T. TnIon,
Y '. ,J'0!?.,, !V "'".iri n. a i u. o. .mii,
6 li 3jJ-."-.w.Tr..urih(,rlA,kbr;
t ,' v R;. """pi,i ' Min.a
IIaihIiihIa. fl 11 11.11 a..,.. . ., ...-.?
UooJiiiLriO IL II. II
. 7 aj,niw, tin, i.fjn iiifi
"iX"' rtraiB-j ma loiiowinr: wi It. ltat
V?fJr. PlM" Lot Swalfow. W, A l J,
LV.rriaila-lf Kil l.il.Kl.ll.... a yi'JT;
Henry 11. Uaxard, P.S l John Johncon,' Trca.i
T.B. damson. Chap I Wm.Akr, Oooi L.
Oov. O.H. Ihla DivlcloBTitwill bo icn
i i Vi om f lta Udf "onbr to offl
Federal City Dlvliton No.i fiom of Tern per
nnc last evenlsg elected the folio winy officers
'."iS ,,"li!"l u.?" wf -VJraec R. Irsr
nalli W, A . Jala W.WhltciLBa f-iWII.
r.. "' .' ."? " imiiii vnapiait, 11,
J. H, J, William, O.H, Harry aMwln Lady
OffleersCondastor. Clara Darnaltt ted .
Unci, Emma llryaatlove, A. Parkharili pur
ity, L. it. Marih fidelity, little Hwsrey.
ANnwPottoiCootr la tub DicTBJOtop
Colvbbu Mr. Hamlin IntrodocedTa'th
Senate yesterday bill to establish a tiollce
court In the District Of Columbia., it pro-
J Ides thai the court shell have original and
xeloaive Jurisdiction of nil otrancee not cap
ital or Infamous crimee, that le to cay, aault
and battcrler, I are a lee, fwkcrclq tht'Ttlo
Of th properly shall bt lee than thirty-five
dollars) and all misdemeanors not punished
sonment In tht pintteailaryt alio all
against tht laws Of tht corporations
f Washlnrton and (laorvetaarn. It ahallVa
ompoeedior two Judge, appelated! by tbt
Pfeidal,eacH to receive a salary of is.ooo
per annum. Tney shall appoint n lrk t
11 000 per annum, who shall have tvuffielept
number of 'deputle al txlarle hot exceed I of
1,000 per annua eh. Proaeeutloo nr to
b by Information without Indtalmaot, but
I'l'vnia hit u iimh in inn vrimitai oouri,
Tb court shall held a terea an Iht Int Uam
day la each month, nad continue in aeiiloa
until all business Is disposed of. The chief of
police and hie subordlnatcc era to serve pro
cesses of tho court. Th other provisions of
,u Kin , a i Dinar iu teas wnisn (cceoiiy
passed the Houie,
Tnmp Wabd Woikiiixii.-The Third
io ring men's Association met kf their
Thirty icveo new Vnember wer" admitted.
After tha tratiaaallan ar mat lea hiial ! na
attoclatlon adjourned and organlted a mate
meeting of tbe cltltearof tbt ward forth
(urpostof appointing delegates to the joint
oovention coon to nsscmbletomakt arranrt
maata for lb approaching ah nl versa rr tf tht
Aaron uuinu was caiiru io int en Air, with
Mr. Coomb a orlry.
Thefollowlar. delccateB were elected to ten.
escat tht ward la tbt Joint convention t Oeo.
W Ilrowo, Jamra Nelson, Oeorge Thomaa,
Ocoria H lloitoo, JobaFrecnaD, Lawrence
ra ami a iihi wnuiiiB,
After aiiaaahaa h Xfaaara TIabIah I?...
Russell nnd others, tkt mTie; dJourn4
th Merchants' Exchang yesterday lb fot
lowlni isles were reported r n,3a buihsls wert
offered, wllh sales of 1,BM rbuihec t ll.Ui
t,o bnihl at ! Ail l.ios) buibelc at l.8T
and Soo buahclc at 1 iOj all from prim lo
ebolcci a also 8,600 bush! to arrlvt, al ti.o
Nllltll Pllin,! u flMlllna, i,.l-l.
taiblouabl clothing should look la al John
Hanamakcr' eampl parlors. Hie FcaBayl
yaola avcube, wher everything new ia good
for gentlemca'e wear tan alwaya bo fonad.
WkXQ'a Famltv Pavorlla newfnr"Maehinsa
sart only bvbougut of Msisrs. Oorsush, A p
Vaugaaa, sol agent, tit Hcveath etrtei. bo
tweca Penncylvaul avenae nnd 11 e tree I, w
Privne Twa mnre Af the eclahrattd Wnber
PUnoa havo beea rlvd l John . Kill1
piano and mull warerooms.WI Pennsylvania
avenue, near Tenth clreel.
llAirecvwwvxBB ah sold look 1b hi Oedia'a
houso-furnUhing' etore, 111 tiTnth itrrt.
oa in avwconirivaocfi in id way or
labtag houiekeeplog easy,
Svatna irvtsi or nareaola and ana iimKhL
leoatWm.K Hllcy'e.td Central Htorec, cell
Ingatyold prloei. Mr. Riley Is a'so ortalnc
some very cUoIeo and pretty dreca goad.
THU ABBOAL BLBCTina OV tUBIflTASa af tha
Waahlnetuo Library ftamnanv taken i laea
from 8 to Op m on Monday next,
Sib oua u r er fc'a'. anti u,ai 1' eeluiaa tu
ai mo.1 d,!rM, qs,m or booU, ibMI
nd Krittrt, frtn th, Terr1 Kl ,
tnmi ll It.nk'tilToT tMnilRiltat
tbfl& to ctl hi tb, 'popular liooi and Ibo.
.ior, i miv ii d. uanmifrio; wo MTlata
.r coni.r oi it ,no obi in,, nceirl
roll luck of iprinr roodi, Inclndlni" c'
frtllKaiun.EiitTllbvalklaf tboM, Imp
" "'""n auova low cue waiaior woovsi
bttlton. UnloB. nnd thr bottUM MK
fl .)! 1. a i.'. ... at. -. "L...
itock of Indie, nte-a. had s Uttt AMort
ment of chltdren'fl tou. att to6tt bqJ
etTlel. Ideladlnt'Drirt'iCelehTa mennfaX
lore, nl all tho gWi -pctUIfllnff u flrxV
tlai fiumihmen,, -
Ir Pliinta tn Ktmni htrnvrf Wt faotlMd
tht tor' of oat frlMd. 'MTh Oridfial
rratie crowdtd wtlh etotocrt. nnd tl tht1
hi want of patrooaft. Tb only reason for
mi, to id boh oi our Enowroae ana dciict,
le that cmf iMend,'Ur, Prnnc, It lelllof
food at inch price' 161 the bailor eom
mnnUy find Hlo their Intertsl to -atrotilo
thU eo'Ttrf popular 'Oeut.i,FartiUUnf
Store). For tht Seaeflt of trantv. wt trottld
aVdd that tht new noroborU 4SI Benuith
btreet. betwoeu D Aod K lrU, f hrtt door
tbort Odd Fel owl Halli alio, wo would
that be bu nd branch More. "," " I
ThxAmxricajiii BTOxi.roBsik Bxr
kittn Am I Btbait. jtotTawMT. iiuiwr
lo CorrttpenAtntu 'Wo btTO been uktd eo
(nihT tlmei ,by eorreapOndenU where thef
Conld pnrchaio tee, fresh rosulod coffee, aod
eagar at New Tork prtcco, wtnoweute for
the bt&eot Of Our ttadera thai the 1 merit a
Tea Store, corner Of Bevealb. and I tlreeU, le
th only plaet la thlifUvwhera ffoodl.cBD
be pnrchated at'Iftw Tork'.prlcu. II f,
,lAlfS I...UI.J.1.. Jiu. ..111.. ..
talbiiauoea, WUcIl aaablel hla! to tell for
lupwni.iMa nn tnjr Mber etunuiii'
matt o tliU tiij. w, ncomnond cat rel'
)n (y j. (tiera b U noi., ,"
, Xiico-Mi'iii ik'ib, hlgbwaV In Vm1u7
ioeiUu It onrdat, lo nalai oof reIlowUl.
tl or, the Uet Ib.t IbenU a. wul differ,
enca.lo tba price, .cftargedtTOiir.MTent
nercbanU. ittaj profeaa', to aell rood,
ebeap, bat from tmi own expertenc. ve bra
lo lJ Ibat wt neiM Mogbt our Qeal'a Jar,
aliblof jooJl mdre reuoaabla Ibaa at tba
tore of tba ooa-prlea rraar,'431 ftertnlh
alMal linla,a.i. TV Ae 1 a
....... .. ... t ,
BiDCCTioii or Btici Cloth Faixpi am
,30 i. .1- ua.
tbl, reduction U far b5ow actual alo
,a raaaoiorfrioca,,tooi(.- ,
No. 410 SeTentk elraot norlbweil.
InDsoxxm to Oar l 'Good Emu
Ktcaniav-WlloDX. A Qlbb," Bewlnf Ha,
cblae, tb, mo,! elmpla and beat coaelraeud
lawlDrimaobloe, nULherearur b .old ion
llboret lernt Inquire at tba arenCT.Oanm'a
conet and hoop eUrt factori 403 fiarenth
llrteJ, betwew D and gi,i it I
( Tai, Corraa, SpUiee, 6bocplaia, Coeoa,
rlarorluK Eitraeti, Rice, Corn Blareb, Ac..
Ac, eold at tbeFeUnaud Ted Jo tea, , loft,
424, Ninth, ilreet, between p aud. R.itrMU.
, . l . I !1
yoa'Sril Knt'mnd porcit Ti, CoGVea
aod BDtcea so. to tba Tekln and.Taildo Ua
tore, 434 Nlnlb itttct, bttwe,n p ,Ud EJ
"'T' . y , a,
JiVi Com,, frcihlj ToailU, for 3
"sihii gvoa a, cone, eoia iorv cenu
elKwbere, at tbe Pekin and feddo tea elore,
... .iiD.a ..reT,ufi,wven'ii mod & ,irc,
But Tocm Taif, Coffeee and Spina at tba
dii muoiitaea rrun ana leaao'iea' eiore.
attlnthetrect.Utwe.n.Diand E ttretu.
Corns routed bjr oureelrce erery dar,
aud rrooud to order at tbe orijloil Tekln
aud Tedda ten etore, 434 Ninth etreet, b
iw u .no ifc ..nie...
U0TKL3,ANI RE3Z4.UJ1AN IU
Vnpltol., ,, 7
ba V,l wtlh ef Willi.,! i',1fc Tint
na.tr-" ". ,.,
ST. GLODD HOTEL,
COR. NINTH AND F SIS.
Ta noat eatfal loeattea la th etty. lasaMdlaUIr
:ppoaltc tba PatealDflcc aa HMato Tenrle,
4 eae hlock frya Ut Oaaeral FoitflieeDc
nartaaaeL M a iT, 7 r
Table D'Ooteaadlaloeaen th Karepee flaa.
. a s siraftrseeflBaiaaieftUB(witB I
ltl, IfMiUt Haasloa, Treaatrr, War a
PeparuaeaU. aad Us Balilsser aad Ohio I
DbbbL aaaa ika daar
axsarva 4a ruilatni
MEALS FUBNUIIEO IO OENTLEMEIt
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0e BVKHTII TltBIET,
f.ete'lf ' 'ntl aw.r'aT,. b.f.'l tad' It.
Th sllU-as f th Dtstilsf art rMntelftUy la
U6BEHT FULTON & tOi,
314 VlktB ITBIXT,:
Dctween I street tad rnniylrnsle avenue,
Hsve reeenllr n4e xUlv arnxfomexU fef
Menbanvdlae of Xvory aDenerlpiUai
Op BTXXT SAT (r tnpU4) frtat
r.uTn""" c.w,uu u4 'ti,d,a
FOID't HOTIt, WCHMOSO, VA., ADJOIM
Till plaaat NewUeUl is aewfr as! Uiaalir
fcraUaet tare. t.gtl, sal lla Blflef Farela eel
ifj4 tB QBallUr aed Tarialf hy ear heeee la
fbanisle,..hnacU;aluer SmmiI way ear
fur Weddlac aai larn TrvUae rarile. Tae
prist orltyaiiaabaea. ixi ftf taa tt Ice areal
isarsl tr ofjaeaep l al tae iastinalile ea Of 4 SO
Iwrday.'-Tke attoatceof ny fr.earaed1l
LrT'J,fp1,bll,J' iBvlled loaxak ruAD'S HO
TILtaslx aetne, r a ri .
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r. , M f aashe ma I aad rrta all deneUaad
tUaraboal laodlace. fata-tf
Book, and .Etatlonerj.
. We1erUkrsrr.t, ;w viL i Qlase Jfak
ibm BBki'Bteia natan
40 levftth llrsst, UlalUt ' Pells laf.
Philp. & Solpmons'
BOOK AND STATIONERY
"m.r:1 f :ct-v -:
,-, STORE.. ,
11 PEBHjYLVAHIA avesue,
Between ninth nnJ Tenth
b rwili- Nlr.eUi
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En(fa,lnc,K Pilntlnf,' Binding
KzpedUl'an.17' at Ihe
a Loweat Ratea.
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8TATIONKRT AT HEW TO nrt'
t t . i, i i
Ctteav I elterf Cape, Xota, KvIptf
4 eaei, vtiy airllet la tho j
How Tork wtiolt
iHHOOXfiTt annoADiV. w rnH'- Pr-
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'ika OatHaaa. ml a tfaal.t Vl.llaA.k.
rctatet upea Ike Biul aed De.rtee ef
iAteieat rreeinaxixry. - Wf L, a Key
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illaUa. Uj.Jeaaikaa WcDeaalt.r.,.. H
TUl AHDUAMD TUB A at A 101-1 er,
4erss Ike Oeallpeal tf leatkaiuriea.
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BOOKS. MlatOBAIDABOOIt. ITft. ITtt,
WllOI.iaALE ANI UETA1U v
B00KSEXLEB8 nd 8TATI0HERS,
CDMKI OF lETEUTa HID D ITIim.
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niM.iwiiiini.in.fi nuaar aa.ia.
tk.twala.Uefc , , TlfOaTYlllat.
tald.lai .CattaattaUS waat aad Caaal.
'bsh aaaeaaee aeaie
ukltLBBil laaraaiaiaJ -
protaptlr, wrk warraaui
novaiva aeuiateeaf t
1 aWeva. Wa. SUB ft iitui V.a
Wwt reartk a aat tlf lh slraeU. el
JOHH K. ARBIBOM,
iudvx, iisuxAiiTia AaxoMrr
rirsl street at an4 raasrlvaalahTnn,
boioi erjiLDina loto, tn CapIui hui, rr
see moat hi r partneala.
lOlJlUt AMb i-Ori I a all parts tf tht city fev
aA fL ttT-tf
COLUMBIA YEABT POWDER
Popo- f lU( woil ksaJlar UpChiUaU.
heif frHf(i alTfnJrlM4fi(
AATfol 1 l,T All irteif 1 1 tb tiu
frisiliaroi, P. C,i Sep. 21, IM
lacffnlly aeHiltU with h (eaiLUiltaef
IkCtleualU'riatirtwisr, Thfrportloaa art
wsll aelapUd fr thflslaat in'slse cf th Aaik,
kxiTcoValtle'lf at Iwprcfcmcnt ape a midife'
7Al POWelSfC. "
TB0M41 AMTIIILL, hf. D Chemist.
AVar- MaaHfacterr l U street, be
YT1LirrfAB.Hnllun.O D.' .
t'Theflrai firsf liaCrois.' tl AO,
'0ed Is lT r, Otlmpaes f III rlkti la
nn't Affeetlta for hi renal . J)
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