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TUMDAY MORH1WO mi iilthlllii JUWKT.ICT.
Triumph of Right.
Tlio Augean Stablo
Ho Carries Every Word in
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A CLEAN SWEEP.
Bowoii Mon Hard to
Farewell, A Long Fnrow oil
, to Bow en, Bnnlcrontcy
mill Ilnd Fnltli.
THE lORrORATIO. nELIEVED
OF MM. S. MOUSE.
A Chance to Eoturn to Gift
Dead Beat Peck Dispensed With.
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Pfo More Corporation Pap for
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a iew mv puvmmi ox the itv
Ir pci Uu rcaec aad.aa4 Order Near at
The municipal election for 1870 U otct, ml
the mult ha been a complete and thorough
root of the durrputablo horde- of adrcutar-
era who for two year put has Infested tbo
CltvIIall. Mr Emery baa armored a deci
sive victory. With oicrrUilnfi acalnst him.
UU friends haro triumphantly voted him Into
the position of Mayor of Washington, and
the community breathes free onco more. Wo
arc proud to record tho fact that the day
paaacd on, without any serious disturbance.
tha few IttmwUm of il mm Ixlng occa
sioned by the strikers of tho City IlaU ring.
for the moat ran being- men who bare no rote
lit n tehwffioa, and who wero employed for
the 'pedal purpose of Intimidating Totera
and It possible prevent tho attendance of
cltUcna at the poll.
But tho promi t action of tho police, and
Uio alroDcoctcrminaiinn tinvvf .a fri
of tho jk) lo to rout the Sowen ring, rpnilcd
tho plans of Don en and his llttlo man, and
the consequence was a pcaccablo a day aa
the most taugulne UUsvtr in pood order
could hire expected.
JIW the Day 1'mm4.
In the IlxrcnucAK of yesterday we made
mention ot tho gathering at tho polls daring
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the receivers oi votes were ready for business fl
the (Killing places lu every ward had Wig
Hue of voters strung out lWro thcia, and
when tho n Indnm ww opened the work of
lotbuc cnt briskly along.
Tho Candid lr- Uard Tlrket.
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la Uit ward lh an two Eoirr tick ft, ou wVaeh
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wAl.fS2!r; - tQ0 mnilng the Judges of
FOetUou wcr w Kul(m ,n abound! Cl.am-
bcr at th CUy jUU( Vii remained In session
,int1!. d o'ilock p. m , for the purpose of gh lng
Certificates to thosewhoso names apinarcd on
tho original registry, but were omitted from
Ihe copies mode for the lotlng precincts on
account of tho hurry attending the transcrib
ing Messrs. Barr and A cnnlng, tho clerks to
tho Judges, were lu attendance with the orig
inal registration books of tlio whole city and
n a Mrson appeared slating that ho had been
Juformed that hi name did not appear on the
list at tho precinct, the original Hat was rc-
firrrdto, and If the name was found there
upon, tuo louoning rcniucnie wm given
signed by a majority of tho Judges.
WasHINoVoh CiTTt U V . Job S. IS7D.
Tb iutMot .Ubb IMoiiKtBaJ llat of votvn of
!h - aa riJIna - . Itahoald appear oa tha
lat of fotera lumlahod lb ConnulamtoBara of KJatiga,
S4 W twliata It dwaa,
tKlanutaraa of its Jada.
When the doors ot the Coum 11 Chamber
were first opened a largo number wero found
lu Hue awaiting ccrtlfic&ui Twenty or thirty
were admitted to tho room u H time, and as
each one was attended to ho paamd out of tho
side -door Among those present were a
number who had not been registered, 1 ut of
course they wero refused certificates Lieut
Noonan, with several officers, wore on duty
at the Council Chamber during the day.
Every possible arrangement was mado by
the Chief ot Police for tho prevention ot
au outl rcak, and the result has proved that
the measures taken were ierfuetlv adonuate.
The Board Mere In seIou yesterday for the
purpose of acting upon aoy subjects which
inlghf eumo before them or act promptly to
oppress an riot. Au extra force of four
teen feoanled police wtre comwUaiiwcd,
making the mounted forto thirty men, who
were kept In rcscno at head luarlers. under
command f -Major JUthsrds, tit Broek,
UeBtwinb) Johnson, Ejc and Austin. 10
These officers were all armed with hear?
Colt's revolvers to enable them to promt tly
pot down any dhH.rl.-r
The arrangements of Major lUcharda wero
perfect, and that untiring officer deserves tho
sincere thanks of erery good citizen.
Arrival of Mr. In1 Raul.
Onthearrltal of the early train yesterday
Lieut. Kelly, baring received Information that
a lot of colored roughs from Baltimore were
expected, had Sergeant Johnson, with soraeH
ten to twelve men, at the depot, and arrestea
sixteen ot these Imported Dowen strikers.
They were eecorted to the Seventh precinct
station, and from thence they were committed
The train arming at 8:40 from Baltimore
brought another crowd of colored rowdies.
some ot some walled through the depot with
arms In their hands, boaattng of what they
were going to do to aid In the election of
The train due at lOilO o'clock left Baltimore
with a number ot colored roughs, but before
they reached here they became suspicious
that the police would nab thorn, or they re
ceded news as to bow the first batch were
received, and at Bladeniburg a number left
the train. Lieut. Kelly, with Sergeant John
son and tno officers of the seventh precinct
met this train and captured six, but only one
hating weapons the others were dismissed
It was noticed that the felon, Tom Bowie.
who we hare heretofore mentioned as one of
Mr. Bowcn's especial striker, was exceedingly
actlTe In rcrclTlng these rowdies, and the re
mark that their arrival was a put up Job,"
seemed very appropriate Tom did not hare
long to care for his guests, as they were
speedily consigned to the jaU, much to the dis
comfiture of the " ring "
The regular ticket distributed by the Emery
men was printed on clear white paper, with
an appropriate cut of a booming canon and
tho American Sag stacked In a pyramid of
The Bowen men distributed a ticket some
what smaller than the Emery ticket, the back
printed In a checkered purple, with the plctuie
of Lincoln within an oval, while on the sides
were victory for the night, 1870." Liberty
In the First ward many of the Bowen men
oojected to voting the "colored ticket," and
plain white ticket were accoidlnglr provided
for them. As before slated, ticket were also
provided with Emery for Mayor and the
uowen nominees for tho city councils.
In the Sixth and Seventh wards scratching
and pasting was tho order of the dar. esr-r-
rlally In the latter ward, where It was doubt
ful who where tbo parties voted for.
INUDENTH OP TUB DAT.
Flra U aH.
In the First Ward, the political excitement
was, perhaps, more Intense than In any other
ward of the city Tho contest between the
Invincible and supporters of the Emery tick
et against tho proteges of Bowen had devel
oped Itself during the campaign, and the
course pursued by the Invincible had natural
ly led the friends ot Matthew O Emery
throughout tha city to expect a corresponding
Interest In the other wards, so far as the
general result was concerned.
As earl as 1 o'clock yesterday morning the
Emerymen had located themselves at three
out ot the Ore precincts, and when tho morn
ing dawned, their opponents were fully con
vinced that the First ward would not be as
easily controlled In their Interest as they had
The election commenced at tho appointed
time, and, notwithstanding the drenching
rain, tho toting place were crowded, neither
side being Intimidated by tho pelting storm.
With the opening of the First precinct a little
episode occurred which took tho Bowenltca
by surprise. The Couimlsalouera ot tho pre
clnct were published a Henry HlmUr, Frank
Taverns, and Peter Howlson. Last year the
latter named did not put In an appearance,
and aa no such person appeared on the list of
registered voters this year, Tcter was consid
ered a myib
The Judges of the Supreme Court were ac
quainted with this fact, and Thomas Martin,
president of the Invincible, was duly ap
pointed to fill the vacancy. Nothing was
known ox uus until yesterday morning, when
Mr Mtu MvtMui at tno above precinct to
enter upon ine aiscnarge of his duties. lum
ber, who Is also ward commissioner and pres
ident of the First Ward Republicans, baa ex
pected to have cverthlng his nwi.iray this
year, and looked wjvu Martin's claim a
wholly MMrtimed. The necessary credentials
wvra cxniuiiod, yet still lumber doubted and
refused to rccognuo him
mumjj, ww uiito awgui-u IU UUiy Rl IIU
Finally, tho police assigned to duty at thla
precinct uccunM that Martin must act or the
"w wuu uw ynKvou, u inc were nou
fled of Martin's appointment, and were bound
to acknowledge his right Nothing more was
said, Mr Martin taking hU place In the room
as tho guardian cf the interests of this portion
oi uqj first ward, and the voting then com-
The first, second, and third precinct wore
located on I street, between Nineteenth and
Twentieth streets, and In close proximity to
each other. The other two were located on
II street, near each other, and but twotquarca
from the I street precincts.
The Bowen men established the! head
quarters In a building on NIneteenus atreet.
next north of the Baptist Churcnt where
jtoucrt mompaon presided, and gave infor
mation to au Inquiring friends Every a clUty
was anorucu tne irienus of Mr. Jftnrcn to se
cure the polling of their entire strength; while
tho Invincible and their swportere made
their headquarters In tho streets, dcsct the
voting plan, being on th alert for an who
needed counsel. A largo lumber of those who
had registered at the frat found that their
names had been omitted! from tha books fur
nished the commissioners, and wero com
pelled to get certificate from the Judges at
tno city UfclL rVlicn these were presented
the couimlsAnicrs were sorely jerplcxcd at
the wording, and doubted the right to receive
them $, authority for tlio acceptance of the
ptrVsVa rote Among those who had to make
trfp to tno City Hall was I A P Fardon,
tne nominee lor jiiucrmaia on we lunery
In the other precincts the voting proceeded
ijutctly, and by ten o'clock two-thirds of tho
uters had deposited tueir inots rom tna
time until the closing of the polls the pre
cincts wero almost deserted. The commis
sioners had an easy Umo 1 enjoyed themsclvca
In smoking and chatting, and answering the
questions of the curious
At the Fifth precinct, owing to the absence
of Walter Drury and same discussion amoDg
the other commissioners, the voting did not
commence until 730 oclotk Up to the
closing hour no dlstubance of any note oc
curred to mar the peace of the ward The
old residents of the ward turned out and
voted, expressing their surprise and approba
tion at the orderly manner In which the elec
tion i rocecded
V crythlug that could be thought of lo se
cure the election of tho Bowen ward ticket
was resorted to. Many of the men voted a
Uckit headed M 0 Emery and the ward
nominations of the Bowenltes The police
arranmunts were admirably carried out
under the direction of Lieut. Oesaford and his
Iniho Second ward the election proceeded
quietly all day, and no disturbance took idacc.
The recollection of the riots which occurred
last year In this ward added lo the fact that
thcro was a probability of a close l ote In the
ward, made tho contest there one of great
deal ot Interest. In the presort allon of order
the tltlzcus redeemed the reputation of the
ward. The men quietly deposited their bal
lots and tlicu, with few exceptions left the
pons returning to their homes.
Tbo Boweu voters wero massed at Die re
pcclhe products as early aa midnight, so
that long before the opening ot the polls long
lines of men were seen slaudlog at eah pre
cinct in me neaty ram, generally provided
with umbrellas, patiently waiting for the priv
ilege of exercising the cherished right of fran
chise The heavily falling rata seemed lo de-
prow tho spirits ot the Emery men, and the
Bowenltes were corrospondlnglJubUanL But
at 0 o'clock tho clouds began to break, and at
there wucury prospect of a fine day, the
Emery men became confident of atlctory and
retained their hopes until the close of tho day.
It was soon etldent that iheasslgmncntot
voters to tho different precincts had been
badly arranged, for at the First precinct.
whleh included the letters from A to 11 the
line of voters Increased Instead of diminishing,
until It extended the whole length of the
square and nearly across Twelfth stree), and
men wero compelled to stand In line from
three to four hours; while at the Second and
Third precincts the lince were exhausted by
halt past ten, and there was comparatively
little doing at those two precincts during the
balance of the day, At thd Fourth and Fifth
precincts the Unee were not exhausted until
aftcT IS o clock.
Commissioner Fetert and Assistant Commis
sioner (Bully) Brooks were busy all day
working tor dear life, while the various ward
candidate were around from one precinct to
another, manifesting a great deal ot Interest
In the result. Speculation wm rife all day as
to the Issue, but It wm conceded that It would
be close, neither party confidently claiming a
About noon the sun came out, and rnnbrcl
1m were used by those In line to protect them
selves from its scorching rays, as they had
been used in the morning by those la line to
protect themselves from the rain
During the afternoon Mayor Bowen droT
up In a hack to the first precinct and wm
offered an Emery ticket by Sam Crown, hut
he declined to receive It, staling that he had
already voted, and it he had not he would not
voto that ticket.
About 1:30 o'clock Tom Bowie and his
crowd passed through on their way to the
Third ward, making some disturbance, but
Indulging In no violent demonstrations
The line at the first precinct wm not ex
hausted until S o'clock, when calculations
began to be made as to the number of voted
At To clock, the time for closing the polls,
It wm estimated that of those registered at
the First precinct about 80 had not voted, and
at tho other precincts about DO or 40 each of
those mrlitorcd had not voted
As soon m the polls were closed the crowd
bcfran to disperse, and when the voto wu an
nounced by the Judges not more than three
hundred persons wero astir In the tlclnity of
the late polling places.
la tha Third Ward
The usual number of Incidents ot election day
were noticed In this ward, and Ute police were
kept rather busy during the entire day. Early
In the morning a numlrof arrests were made
for disorderly conduct and the offenders locked
up. At about l o clock a moo oi uowcmic,
beaded by Tom Bowie, inarched to the polls,
yelUuE and whooping, and attempted to Inter
fere with the votera The police ImmcdlalelyJ
charged on them, when they scattered like
sheep, and fled down Eighth street, toward
the market, Tom being In the lead. They
wero pursued by the police who succeeded In
arresting Klcbard rrankiin,inomu uusseu.
John Johnson, Addison Lane, John J Ferry,
John Budd, John Carter, Willis Johnson,
Henry Bell, Wayman Brooks, Henry Bally,
Charles Taylor, Alexander Budd, James C.
Evans. They have all been sent to the Central
guard house to await trail Henry Bally wm
badly cut about the head
Bowie escaped, but later In the day a war
rant for his arrest wm lamed, and he wm
captured by Officer Columbus and locked up
in tho station-house. During the original
melee several of the participants were more
or less injured, none ot them seriously.
A fight occurred at the corner o( lMntn ana
M streets, lctwecn Thomas Dai Is, William
Vansant and Fatrick Johnson They were all
promptly arrested and held for a hearing.
A boy named Hiram tlordon wm arrestea
In tho morning for disorderly conduct and
fined f 3, which ho paid
About 5 o clock In the afternoon a fracM
occurred on L street, between Sixth and Sev
enth, which resulted lu the shooting of a col
ored man named Wm Johnson, the ball en
tering the wrist and passing between the bones
ThomM Sherwood were arrested by Detective
Blglcy ou suspicion of being concerned They
are held for a hearing
At about 7 45 hut evening a large crowd of
Bowen men marched up Seventh street toward
Iho Third waid liulta, Bbuullu( fo Durum, tiiU
deriding Mr. Emery and ivnubry men.
The Emery men "Willed, and the square be
tween d and M streets became perfectly
packed with an excited crowd. The opposing
factions met and commenced a lively little
game of fisticuffs, and serious result were
apprehended, when the police succeeded In
lorcing their way between the two parties,
and by a dlUlgent la) log on of their batons
effected the arrest ot three of the most vio
lent and turbulent, and the crowd were scat
The tttrtlcs arrested were taken before Jus
tice Thompson where they gave their names
M George Coleman, TobU Clark, and Robert
Naylor They wero simply fined 3 each for
being disorderly, paid their fine, and were
again turned loose upon the community,
The Fourth ward, always strong for the
right, had been, duriog the campaign, the
vantage around for the friends of Mr. Emery,
The laboring men of the ward wero supposed
to be divided In their choice, and every effort
wm made by Cook, Morse, Mun by, reek.
O Bctrne, drecn, CahlU, and tho whole ell ue
ot City Hall linkers, to secure voters fur tho
"Radical ticket," as It wm termed
At tho first precinct In this ward, the Em
erymen were on hand at an early hour.
Hardly had the crowd Msemblod when a
crowd of roughs, under' tho leadership otTom
Bowie, pelted them with stones, and falling to
drive them from tlio place, several pistol snot
were fired, oue ot which struck an Emery
man, Inflicting a slight wound.
The Emery men held their position against
the attack of Bowie and his crowd, and were
In force at the several precincts when the hour
for voting commenced. There wm au enure
unanimity on the part of allot Mr Emery's
friends, the white and colored men acting In
perfect harmony. Both were active In dis
tributing tickets and canvassing for their
farorlUs. Many of the voters had to wait In
Hoe for several hours before they could de
posit their votes, but none were wearied or
showed any signs of Impatience.
The election cut off quetly, tho only dis
turbances being occasioned by druuken men
whose enthusiasm got tho better of their Judg
ment In tho third precinct, Mr O Leary,
one of the commissioners, assumed tho power
to open a ticket offered by a corporation cm
I lore. Tho corporation laborers mostly cast
their otca for Bowen, but a number (30 In oue
precinct) voted the straight Emery ticket,
In the Fifth ward tho voting wm quiet and
steady during the day. There wm no rush at
either of the precincts, and altogether the
iu thai was m quiet a one m Iim ever taken
place In the ward. The "Rice" ticket, with
Mr Fmery at Its head, wm freely hawked by
tho ticket holders, but met with few takers.
m the people did not seem to " take kindly
to It, The Emery men were Jubilant through
out the day, and seemed confident that they
would achieve a handsome victory. The re
sult prous their surmises correct.
In the Sixth ward the election wMheld very
quteily, the major portion of the rote be log
cast In the early hours of the day, so that
from 13 to 3 p. m. the Judges bad but little to
do After four o'clock bualucss slightly In
creased, from the fact of the navy yard work
men appearing to cut their caUpt. A good
deatof "scratching" wm Indulged to, large
numbers ot the totera allowing personal feel
ing to actuate them In tho deposit of the
Council ticket. This will account for the dis
similarity In the Council returns.
Messrs. Barton and Gaines wens the especial
favorite (f) of the 4scratchcrs.' At some ot
the precincts the Emery ticket, pasted on
Bowen tickets, were thrown ont, while Bowen
ticket pMtad oa "Emery" paper were re
eel red. Two of the wagons belonging to the
Washington Asylum were at work bringing
op Dowen voters all tbe morning, aad a white
horse UAeagtug to the fire department wm
kept busily engaged doing the tame business
with a private wagon
Everything remained .quiet at the Seventh
ward voting precincts until about S o'clock,
when ahick containing Bajlos J Bowen and
Dr. 0. M Origin, W,m. IL Chase and D. F
UamUnk, of tho board of police, balled at the
corner of Four-and-svhalt and E streets, where
the first voting precinct WMheld. The ap
pearance of th party wm the signal for
cheers for Emery, when the back wm rapidly
driven off. A few Bowenltes then got np a
small fight among themselves, resulting In a
knock-down between two of the combatant.
The police were promptly on hand, under
the direction of Lieutenant Hurley, and the
large crowd that assembled about the disput
ants were soon dispersed. Shortly afterward,
a crowd of colored men shouting for Bowen,
started down E street toward Third street,
one of whom had a bottle of whisky in his
hand, which he freely passed round to his
One ot the party made himself rtrj con
spicuous by bis disorderly conduct, and the
police started to arrest him, when aa exciting
chase ensued. Hundreds of colored men par
ticipated la the race, and tbe man wm finally
captured on F street, near Four-and a-half
street. While the officer wn conveying his
prisoner to the station-house a large crowd of
colored people endeavored to rescue the man
at the corner of Four-and-a-half and F streets.
The officers requested tbe crowd to stand
back or take the consequence The crowd
pressed on, when one of the officers fired a
shot from his revolver, the ball, unfortunately,
taking effect In the left side of a colored raan,
named Itichard Johnson, who resides on L
street, between Fourth and Four-and-a-half
The wounded man wm taken Into the drug
store of K. A. Baron, on the corner of Four
and-a half and F streets, where the services
of Dr. W. E. Foullon were availed of, and
after probing the wound, without finding tb
ball, and otherwise administering to bis wants,
the Injured man wm placed In a carriage and
conveyed lo his home. Dr. Font ton expresses
tbe opinion that the wound Is of a dangerous
nature, though not necessarily fatal.
The mounted police, under charge of Lieut,
James Johnson, ot the Second precinct, were
prompt In attendance, and by their presence
soon quelled tbe disorder In tbe vicinity, the
colored people being greatly excited by the
shooting of Johnson, a rumor prevailing
among them that the police shot htm without
The whole matter will undergo Judicial
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B.J Bowaa ITU 11 I 111 luw Hi
i aVrWiraik,u . KM 14 Slf Bu 111 I.0B1
J UVaoabl IvT Ul la 117 Lw W
ontt atoa (vtmciu
CM Aarta M. SS4 1ST IAS 1M WT
b r rwaw aui m iii ni in Ijmt
F,l 4toai.HH H IM IW 1 M
M DarU ... B lu 13 IM U TH
4 K.llarrU IM ill IM II M SIS
jaaaarlhlaar,, tji, 1 J4L"llwLTt?
SRVKXTH WARa Total
I.L W. Id. Ith. Wj.
M. O a-tary ,... Ill l Mj U M IMS
H J Bowaa Ikj U BUB Bkl U lllr
iff Hi n 171 HI W 110 13B
M MrnUht ,. lot M T li 4M
Jaaaph WUUaana. . BV If) BH 111 fl UM
roa com mom ouuituu.
W H Moat. . 44T t7 II t SU ISM
J C Jrftoolt ,. ,., W U M IK (i joafl
J C HUiW Sa It BU IM III 44
W A TtebVarr 1 71 1H W jut BUS
TVMMoa rsyaao,,... w IT ITv IT lOl lw IM
W fM H tl U
Aathoor Hooaa. IM lit M to It7 IIM
Tboejaa Camhar Ill ias ftii ana tm Jut
h. a. ihMdaao 4 Its lw ami tVT I'M
Wr MwaW H l M M M ITM
Kaoah Aaatmah . IH 1TI 14 u la lOH
Tlia Ijatad Flartlaa far If ajar.
J T, eitvm
rourtii .. .
Hiiia ... ...
aV Jtowaa'a MJ
Tha Tain Iiat Year,
Al tba alooUoa Uot yaai th roto far ObUalor, U
roolaoU, waa as fuUwwai
yiratward-riratprooliMl . ... 71 J1
raooaM procinct .,, . 1J
i biro: proeiaot.
jonrth prooioat ,,
Saaoad ard-Hm praolnat
1 bird proolnat .
Ktflil lirulnft &a
ruorth Broalnal Mt
n proclaet .
.. xjz r"z:z rr
luin nryrim wm
r'aarth proaUi.HH. M m
rifUi praolBct,. 1 h
'uaitbwaid-llratprocUMtZ,...,, Sal 17
fUooad prooUot.M fhi
Thjfd praoUet ,,, BD ST
rlfth Ward-Viral fnt4aL,., jj II
nooona proatsst ...., wh t
Ihlrdproclaal.. .... xw IS
j-oorUi proetaoi... fiw li
aUaabirjinl-iratpraUii ... M 14
Vlih priapiaat ,,,,,,, IM 1m
ThatoUlaaraaa fohowai '"" r
fit OUltoritavU, lo4N laaua, Mt,
A fteleatai aad OImmt Ilawew Stsetlac
Tba noaUjiaai UbVjn Loan Hall last at a I n
vary thla la named lu aamban, aad r tnakbl Is IU
eiawialaaaa la rcrd to aatkastaafa.
Tbos la aHdaaoa war sMkara aflat tba "farior
taa mo-am aaa brim inaaiiuuoaa war a for
la u aarir tart tha araalac Us stowd sasaami
M, aad irtOi tlM Narfal addfatstatt Uiaat4Ua
)mbt f asfcaowMtad feanotat aoalaadt fa
omit ad foa lbs tlia Ibra, all OalUaa, bat WM ttlU
soatacaar, aaa mm laaaaaoa, i&ai wara aoawaaia
adtaaw tha laui aal of tha tat UaU Siaa-
MaW lfora vaada hla appoMaaa. aal bta aatraaa
IMiad a applaaaa, Uaaaa af hla frtaada aalhartaf
boIUm sad swaiaa-to st aoaaa trataba af aoaafoA
Tha iBanuhU oratorical Irfahtaaa Joba 0T)asaii
wa Braaaal, aad aaads apaaoh aa tha aaaai appravad
prlBotptaof apraad alaZaia-4b ataJaMQaaaaa
pttabad lata lh praaa aad adrtaad a aanaonhi to aa
4aead aw Ik data abaat waat aa aad TaaaaaVad
laaaaadaartlt.aad nrtMlfMU fraaa aaorad aad
profaas biatory, lalhad of tUu a a aaMaaiaTfraaah
aotad for KalBlaraUaabla laacth. Tha toawtUhto Jaha
aoaaUdadlf raadUca raaaarbaM laaa aad aadloaa
paUdaa, whlah ha amid ha had dravat pasaaa to
(Jancroas, bat rortaaatal for b(a raadara, ba oaald at
naaa oat hk hrmlrshioa. aad aa aa faraad to Utlr
lubaldalsu hla hoaaa-aaarfa boot.
lr Haodmaa wm oallad apoa aad said that ks vas
anpraparad. IU hopod hUbaarora wWdaoa ba eaat
iawn, that It had boon hla aUafortwaa toll- ca aiUaa
whara b had boaa dafaatad all Uo Msoo, lUawhtorl
Joha trDoaavaa aaptod omm ooo UUm tana, and
eaiwa apaai ioa Biraaa ao aauo a op nan, am aa
Uamaa aahadkaba sieaaad. Joha aoasatoaoad kaak
am a to "otaMa daw a," tgH aa a toot, "lot a hara
paaoa," and xlrf ap, roia kr draak. Joha was aaaltv
choaad off w hla Ufclnf aa orordrlok of valor, max
to tha rollaf of ahaaa ataaaat.
Maine Mora paid Uml thor tra bat eaa proaUot
baard frma aSMallr, aad that wu tha Hooond ptoalaot
of tba Third ward, wbhoh aaaa a aiajartt of IT fa
wbmb was raoairoa u u ataaaat ataaa
A Mr MBrphramadakteapparsaa,aBd aBaowaosd
that tha Third oraaaaatof tha Pnarah md oaaM a ama.
fmkf of 1M for Kraorf, whoa Mt) Mora saU laat
Itwaaalnof MororUa lilt aaktrltf la tba Uot
t iiwa mm naraaaa trara aiaoa nai appaar
tha dlaraalamwd ha
it ondlu to tha laat of th Bowoa aaaoUawa aadlac la
aa lof larloaa dafoaa.
Kmarr. bald al Board of Trad rnnwia, aa
tnmmm,tiMm ml inillij aha
ba aatabltahad thoar hoadqasrtora at Rax SIS Wrath
aaraottaoarPoaBaTlraaiaarowoa, wboratbaf w-Olb la
aaaalaa eoaUnnoualr aatll tho alooUon la rr. Bad
wbora aU haataaai ooaaoaiad with th mpaln U
Toi Lira Sustimihq OaoAKa.-rhe two
organs which minister moat directly to the
liver. In the former the first procces of diges
tion takes place, under the action of that
iwwwuh BviTcnt, tuo gasirw juice, iuence
the food, converted Into a pulp, passed Into
the duodenum, where It Is aubiected to the ac
tion ot the bite or galL flow lng from the liver,
and of the fluid generated by the pancreas, or
wcciufcau vi tuo btiiciu iucbc occrcuwu
separate the nutritious portion from the rest,
and It Is then taken up by the absorbent ves
sels and conveyed Into tho channels of circu
lation In the form ot venons blood, while the
wMte matter u aiscnargeu uirougn tne ooweis.
VuIcm all these processes are duly performed,
disease of some sort Is Inevitable, and the
best of all medicinal agents for preserving or
restoring the tone and regulating the action
of the three organs tho stomach, liter and
Intestines by which tho throe-fold work Is
carried on, Is Itostetters btomach Bitters.
Indigestion Is generally accompanied by con
stipation, and the gentle cathartic operation
of the bitters 1 no less Important la case of
till kind, than lu tonic effort upon tbe
stomach and the biliary gland. Beauty of
Serson m well m health, depends In no small
egree upon tbe regularity of the executive
functions. A sallow complexion, a thick
opaque coarse skin, a tainted breath, rush of
blood to the head, loss of memory, headache,
and extreme mental depression, are the usual
accompaniments of rostireneas. A course of
the Bitters will Infallibly relieve, and finally
banish tiicao obnoxious symptoms, while In
vigorating the stomach andpromoung healthy
action of the liver. This genial vegetable
stomachic and alterative, striae at disease In
It primary source, the assimilating, aecro
tive amlexpulilre organ, and the course It
effect are consequently thorough and com
GasTLauBMot taste and fashion who can
appreciate an euy fitting gaiter or walking
shoe, and at tbe same time one that combine
clearance of appearance, will be ileased to
learn T 8. Oartrell has lust received at hi
ipuiar catatiusumcni, no. wuu, corner or
ifenihand I street, a larre Invoice of fine
seal and French calf gaiters and low cnt
walking shoes; also, etrry conceivable variety
of shoes for ladles and children Ills stock Is
complete In all lis departments, selected with
the utmost rare from the best manufacturers
In this country, It Is constantly being replen
ished with all tha seasonable twveiuea, and
while bis goods are of tite most desirable sjmai.
Uy, It Is an Important fact well worm rtsneue-
pcrmg uiai mapneaaarw cxiremciy reason
Uot Fob So at Man.- Geat'a TaraJahUg
uuuua iur uia uuuion, ana encaper man eTcr.
vis i Undershirt and Drawers. S GO, CO and
TScenU White Shirts, 73 and 85 cents, 1
and fl.33. AaplendMariWn,all llnenbosom,
warranted, tl and mUM. Hnmlkvrri.Wa
already hemmed, 15 cenu Good Bocks, three
pair for S3 cent. Excellent Paper Collars,
cloth lined button-bole, 10 rent per box. The
best Paper Cuffs, 5 cenu pair, or 60 cenU per
doxeni and all other goods at equally low
S rices Call and convince yourselTcov Fjuno
; tiOLDbtAH1. No. 409 Seventh treet, between
D and E, and Marble UalL Ho. COT BerenUt
auxci, opposuo raient unice.
WniTB Likbn Dock But
At extremely moderate prices, marked hi
(Jao. C ITatHiwo.
No. 410 TUi street N W
Ddtt. ItUadnty weowetoourseliea, u
well m to those who are dependent upon us,
topreecrve our healtii and strength. Bpeer s
"Standard Wine Bitters" are found to be an
nnfalller and valuable assistant In maintain
ing the rigor of the system, and In keeping It
Bold by drugglsU and grocers
. To tub Rbscub, Ho I Gentlemen and la
dles wlto hare had their heads contamsaated
with nauseating and unction hair dyes are In
vited to try Fhalon'a new duoovery, Vltaila.
or Balration for the Hair clear and swoct
smelling, without sediment.
Bold by all drugglau and fancy good dealers.
Also, Gcnticmon'i Straw IlaU of every de-
TtlrarhM and Trimmftl.
At A T. Whiting's, 934 rennsyh aula avenue.
bouiq siae, oeiweea vtn ana low su.
nin ulotudioj ami iacas at awis, vuu
Hitntli alpnof Imlwium T anil IT '
aw doxen Btbaw HiTty from 13 cts. up.
Trv our Lin aw lloantr flnrir at al ML
1W Taonaa in store and new one coming
IB CT WCCK
The Fimbst Goona at to a lowbst raiou,
(fle Lxwia a call ud see for yourselves
One prlco only, ""
Ihducbubut to Dot a Good Bawtaa Ua-
CnidB. WUcot A GtbbS' Sawlns kfachlne.
the most simple and best constructed sewing
machine, a ill hereafter be sold on liberal
termi inquire at the agency, Beams corset
and hoopaklrt factory, tOtt Sucnlh street, be
twecnDandE. Tub LiRQiMTAMDnasTSBLVCTiOB of Week
Tie. Bows and Bearfa for lha aiimmAr SAaann.
lust received at Fnino Jc Goldman Popular
Genu Furnkhlng Goods Store, No. 40tf Ber
en Hi street, between D ami E, and Marble
Hall, No. COT BerooUi stro oj podte Patent
Tub WAsnixoTow Cjtt Btrnoi ilUia,
corner Seventh street and Imlalana avrmi
1 open from ft30 lo 7.30 erery Saturday eve
ning, in auuiuuu to ii regular banking noose.
I pays luteret on deposit a
Taa VahdaltaT Terra Haute, and Indlahap
olla railroad wla open on Wednesday, when
an excursion) will bu glren to Die Governor,
Bute offlMrsTCltJ Council, Board of Trade ot
this city to Bt. Louis Ths regular frala wUI
nwuucuiai rnaiaui) tfuoo 10
IHrt JC ArMeCOmiIfJIt jt
3aa Nluh atreatl' Vanrara BufV.
Invtla UalAdlaa of Waablaatoa to b Sucai
Opaalnar of Ktoaaal
FBIWfJII liONKBTrt AMI UQMVCHArti.
tarlldt ft '
wr i ' " im i . aa
N TIL" BUPRKMR OQtTRT OP TI K IHrTTRIOT
Kqnltr Wo, UPS
Raalanla II Krarott. at al
JlUUiUtoddof Mt.A.D II7. otdarad that Um
m aiado aad roportad W Uuarla VTahr and J ant aa
U. Ulophauo, tmataoa haratoforo appoint ad la IhM
oaaoa, to nak sJ of tha roal oatala of latMUU U
KBBETT. daoaaaad b raUdad aad aoaimad, aalaaa
oana to tho eoatrhr Uiaro4 ba ahawn oa or bofor
IhaUddai of Jaao A D IKTtli prortdad aoopp of this
ordr ba lnaortod a tha NaTloBaL HaruauoAB.ai
WsBklaaiaAfUo U aaoh af Ihra MotonstN
waaLa kfor tha laid tad day of J a as, H7S
io foport staiaaa aaaal af aalaa to aa. tm.Tl
WinKV uinaM, wowwyraa Maory. www -
la Ibaosaa af Joan; T, IMwau. aaul Uaav A
Asuf aa, aiapntors of i
tba atasntuaa afvraaald
un-arron roam, aaa
tJut iiW JXf.
HUlMMkt aA 4laMbi
aout of aaid daoaaaad, aioftho saaota la baod. as
far aa th nana haro ba 1 aaUaatod aad tarnad tola
aaawharaall to oroaitor im boo af
hroa woota to tha wiof X UtrtrsuciH provloua to 1
, wiui aa Hwwoaai
rr?e r-.'Mf J.10!
Una ad aha Doraoaal
City Property to be Sold for Taxes
OOLLIOTOB'M OrriOE, WIST
CommcnrlD. oa Timj.r, jito, 14th. im
will M kold tj ruljlc ttKtlon' t 111. CUf UJ1, (UJ.no.n', Cbuntier,) In
UritjrofWuM(i(U,D ptoitOtmHwrtnaM ot -1A tlljtot
Uim do. tt.rMs, UlJ, ,d1m. th. uI4 Untb. Dr.tloo.lr M to Um
collector, with loch (ipctwt tnd ten u atf ktr. wornnl ,1 Ui, Mm, ol
Stl to contmciiF, ( id cMckV t'm., and to bt ro.tl.Md from daj to
TMMfMh. i r.
TO WHOM ASSESSED.
AmcL Andrew J.
4.1 tor paring carriage
way, oa totret from
Janaarjao, 1900, tttme
w,u, iu. uuiui .wu ive.
part of S and!
len inpn.w b. A. nth n. m
Tat for parhtg rjarrlag
way, oa loKrtt IrUn
JaaaarrSOth, 1900, M.W
p.lng. th. aoath. twenty-
th. depth of th. lot.
Iierl. Charlea (Irn.Ll
.... .wu .nine, nr
8vart of lot 7lAtrt, Charlea
BcKlnnlog at tbe aoath-l
wen corner of aald lot
and nraaipg north fortr-
flt. feet, thenco '' tail
twentr-411 feM thre.
Inehct, thmca aonlh lot-
tjsiT. reeLtnenco we.1
twent-lr feet three
Inches lo the bM-lnntnir.
il.v.H... tW.a.Ta .. B '
AHen, Charlea ,
ttAitpan oi an
mlnf the weet fonrterv
feet front of ald lot, ron-l
nina oara in. Bam. width
tha detth thereof.
13 and Imn
bart of 3 audi
Being th. weat twenlr-l
thrca feet four InphMj
front of Mid lot, rnanlnirl
hack tha ttnwwklth thH
,jwMt till lUDItlo...
Tai lor 1WT7 tOS.21
Tan b lMn. . ju ml
ITaBnl Wbalrlni parM
ment. December 20th.
AMCMraent for llcaunf
treet. WoJ..,., .(ill
Ditto. ?s .1.7 .. ..I
14 tod Imp
15 . ..
p.rt of W
Being th. eait twenty4wol
itto . .....
HnLW ana Im
Tax for 1800, In name ol
J.O WolUngford. ad.37
Tax tor earbmg and pav
ing; luoiway, in wa name
of J.O Wolllugaford, on
Interest from August 19
annas wircn'reet one
and one-halt Inch, being
all Ot said lot ltirtff weat
ot line drawn from the
centre of tbe front Una of
saia lot and running
uence ai rigut angle
anuihl era line or rear of said lot
of oi3Pl Ditto.
S3 UIUO, ,.
DW it , irmstrong, Darld
11 , unto .
103013 Ditto ..
10 . .. . uiiw
IT ... Ditto. . .
IB .... Ditto
Cfift nart of A and Adams. Eleanor A.
a- irat laaiAJiHrem Of 1AX lor
paring allar, oa lnlm.1
Jejnar lhanrrth thlrtr few
Tax for 1867..
SVpartof Itiaudj Ditto
Beginning at Ilia north-
raai corner or said lot,
thenco west twenty-one
feel, and raanlair harh
that width ou h and red
and fifty feet la depth
k'trt of 3.
ash, Karl a
Beginning twentr-one feet
two haches from th
nortnwest corner of said
lot, and running east one
hundred feet, thence
south sixteen feet, thence
weat one hundred feet,
thence north sixteen feet
to the ttolnt of berlnnlnr
part of 3 and
Ditto. . . ...
Tax for paving carriage
way on Interest from
January M, 18W iS.17
Having; a front of sixteen
feet on Seventh street
west, adjoining the souwi
twentr-one fact two In
ches of said lot by thc4
Adams, Oeonre IL..
laxionooo .... oui
Tax for 1867. . .. QS.M
Being the south twenty
eight feet front on Kiev
euth street west by the
uepw vi ma ioi. ,
Aawcasuieut' far Ilgutlo)
tha strecL 1&A7 SrJ li
Tax for 1806- ta8.i
.Taxfor 1W7.. ...... .JW
Assessment ior ngntine
street, 18 tOti)
Assessment for lighting
street. Iau7 .- .407
03 and imp,
Tax for 18oo 10. 4J
lax lor 1907. ., . .w
Asseasmeot for lightlaj
AsscBsment for lighting
the street. 1807.. tl d
IT11I4- T-I'-'-l -TT'"
Tax fsariBno, ..,.. .v
Tar for iSWi. ). K" 15.81
Asaeasiaent fori Ughtini
Aasessmcnt for llihtln
the etrecL 1807. ...1J
111.. n-,- a . '
via uniio,, a.J.....
for carblng and fool
pavement ron latere!
froni June I. iarXK
mb 4 ,
ub 6. ,,
nb 8,. ,,
nubV . .,
DUo.. ,., ...
Ditto...., . ...,...,.,.
Ditto,,. . .. '....
south half o
1 and Imn.
resjdpart of 31
Ditto ... i. ..
lleeinuioa; for aald part of
xi at a CLuaaac. oi tweaiy
llTe feet troth the corner ol
ronnsyirauia Brenne ana
VratiunA -h.tr a.p.1..
the dwelling of H. U
Uorfit, and running
theuee freatwArdly- along
u iinti os sanx Henna ui
tlia corner of said are-
of said Four-nd-4b-hall
streetseventy feet, thence
eaatwardlr at a right an
gle with Four and a-half
f treet thlrty-nlue feet six
-whea to the west Up of
aloag Ilia wast tin. of
ty aooiu nuy sob, wp.hj
tba conwr of th. brick
bout, bwnuflr thedwetv
log of U. H. Monti,
along IU Uu of lli. aaU
brick hous. up to fena-
sylraola areoae at U
iei au lacues iron, to
northeut corner of aald
lot and running west
oa, Ibeno, Ml BlaMy
threofeet four and on.
half locoes, thane, north
nfiM. faet air laebea to
uia pout Ol oeaixuung.
bar! of Sand
u. (rjl.wlnr 11.1 .1 ntnKi
jl Boamui. Ccawk.
STEm and Imp
Loart of 23
lM.nl. 4 ,
iim raiso 734
K aajioo sthro m
hn MTfll sd
lift 4ifch srUra vet
401 irt of land
'art of I0i
iw n 104 H (S3 S.1
im 14 m tnbn in
l M 187 TlklJ 07
,Db 30 a lm
IbarU ot 10
it ai 31 Si
part . ,,
part of 6
sub. 10 and
ti SMI. OCto lt4MM 91
lUUpart of suh.
part bf suh
11 I, 7a
11 4C 14 TJ
11 40 II 7t
P"?. .1 .?
If St KS G ISO, )S
Oi and a mp.l
WIWO- OITT BALI, J
M - BBBlaBaaaBaVtXf filitBBa
T - It I ' I liat.
I - ... ..,.! I
iw m inn iu i
Tb WIIOSI ASSES3EL).
-niuj.ing at a pom, Mr
cntr feet from the aonth-
wet comer of Sixth wait
and South K ttreet, being
th. Bontbweat corner ol
aid aqnare, and thence
of E ttreet Mrentecn feet,
thench north ninety feel
St. Inclwav thenco weat
eTentecn feet, thence
'joata' ninety, feet are
lncheeto K .tr-.ttAih.
piaco M beginning
Allen, Uannah and
Becnod Installment of tai
for curbing and foot
parement on Interest
from OcL SO. lWa.S74.II0
UIIUJ....,U .......... I.
Second Installment 01 tax
for enrbtng and foot
parcmenl. on Interest
Iron Oct. 80, 188,14.7(l
Beginning ai th. north-
wm corner oi .am loi
and running east nine
teen feet scren and a hall
Inchea, thence aonth sixty
four feet elichl Inches.
thenca west nineteen feet
seven and one half Inchea.
thenco north sixty-font
feet right Inchea to the
point of beginning.
Adams, John.. ..
lail.m.. John n.....
1 ax lor torn id n.m. oi ,.
Ttcfflnnlnff at a oolnt acT
enteen feet flra Inches
from tbe northeast corner
of said lot, and tunning
west flfty-foor feet ten
Inches, thence sooth ten
feel all inches, thenct
w.n. uiij-imii mi .in
Inches. thence south eight
fMt nine Inches, thence
east one hundred and nine
feet eight inches, .ner.ee
norm nineteen ice. utr
Inches to the place oi
Being the east lortv-iour
fect of said lot by the
Dtttn .. .
flaring a front oi tmn
feet adjoining the north
forty-even feet of aald
ioi Drineuerut uwmu
Being the eontn sixteen
feet of said lot by the
First installment ol tax for
curbing and foot pare
ment, on Interest from
Juno 18th. 1800 .10 f
Ditto.. .1 .
Tar for lBfirj, in name or
Tax for lorn, in tne name
of Barauei niacK.
Tax for iwrj, in name 01
Vntrus. Job W.
iX loriooY. eioi it
j .r .., .-
Asaafutsment for IlentlnR
the street, 1807 IV
Having a front of twenty
Are feet on 1 street, and
running bark the same
wiutn one nuuurcu ana
thirty-two feet ten and
one half Inches
Adams, Joseph M,
.and rnnnloLT south
twenty-one feet, thence
east eighty feet, thener
northwardly twelve feci
nine Inches. ILence wn
elirhtVHilx feet fire and
one half inchea to the be-
Adams, Jonn R., ,
Acton. John II ..
ueginninc ou aoatii -.
street slxtr-seven feet
from the southwest cor
ner or saw square, run
nlnir thence north ntnctv
feet fire Inches, thence
cat three foet, thence
south ninety feet fire
inches, inence wes. inree
Lcci uiuie occianins:.
AbelL John 11... ,
First BQd second IiuUIh
menu oi tax tor rurmng
and foot pavement, on
inu-rcst iron Augusisr'
lfiilR. fin nima of J. K.
iKeiidali:..... s 1:33.41
Tax for lira, in name on
John It. Elrans
First and second Install
ments ot tax for curbing
and foot pavsroeuL (In
name of J. K. Kendall,)
on interest irora Augusi
37. 1808 tl-U)
llailur a front or nltecn
foet oitil south, adjoining
ine east, iweniy-iwo loci
six. Inch of said lot, and
running back the depth
American Mlsslouary As
Tax for 180S M (X,
Tar tor 1800, .... 5
tiax ior tour.. . o
beginning at the aoulh-
CMteorncr oi aui iu. sou
street fourteen feet,
tlaenraseast tha deDth of
tha loL said lot beluir the
I wuia Ol lOOIieCQ IVCi
and the der th of said lot
Dlltfl a h
Tax lor loon bt.uj
ii-eginmug ai ium. iu
reald lot forty feet weat or
..... '. T.'- l-a .
tite soutneasi yxirncr ui
saui ioi, inruco nunu
twelve feet nine Inches
thence west twenty feet,
thetfceigmh twelre feel
nine Inehtx, tnoivpe east
to the beirinuuiir.
Ashford, Uahlon, and F
:iit lino oomo op
rwoJones, inwuwa iur
Tar forllghtiogstreet, (In
name oi li w. mm-
lWqrj),,,i ',..,, 4.77
Tax lor 180T, (la name ol
li. w. iiamuioni, fxw.oi
tl.L-1 -....-. . auu.il. H
JgKlWUSiiK . avww -
streei, eighteen feet from
the northeast romer of
said lot, and runniag weal
In aald !! UU'tvnt
lout, vuanvo auupi sixi
fwt to Vlratuta avenue
Uience easZwardly aloug
Vlrerlnla avenuu fifty
aeon feel ten Inchea,
thenco north to tho bo-
atiliev . i
Allan, Mary K, .,
First Instalimeut of tax
fur cariiinir ano raviux
footway, on Interest from
Having a fronto. eighteen
foet on south K street ad
ininiuif tha wiji thirtv
aii Voai three Inches ol
said lot, running back the
sSwrae wm-iu uia unnioi
twailT-lhrf fctit eight
Adam. Ilobert. ..
ki uig ute iMsrw niMwu icei
ten and one half lnihcs
front ot loi numbered
bv tha dcDth of Uia loL
AirtVi1.1 hiyer. r.. ...
AniUn. Harsh ....
iso ebjiao tji
WP5-MM Iflp wrnilH
wo (wfasr ol lot nusa
cer iweire, ana nisuugi
theuee twentv-Ovo teeu
six' Inches north on Sixth
strevt west, thence east
one hundred feet to thM
call lino t lot hAmberl
uurteen, vounaoq y bdi
aller.ihance south twentt-J
Six; feet six Inches. tbencJ
west one hundred foet toi
the beginning I
(CtaUaa fa SupfUnunli)