Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'National Republican. (Washington City (D.C.)) 1872-1888, January 21, 1882, Page 3, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: Library of Congress, Washington, DC
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
fI(JT'"ifjT" "SWyTT r B! rrzni.l,yiqr l ""wawyjr. (i?? JTriyHJEl ("WWjJF'-JBJOT j 4vr,f'T) HHSf-
r? ji"V - st"-" 7
THE NATIONAL REPUBLICAN: SATUTTDAT MOKNING, JANrjAITY 21 ,'1882 DOUBLE STTET3T.
THE ARMY AND NAVY.
MOVEMENTS OF THE OFFICEHS.
Ilil from the Cmp, Csrrlion, and Flsld Him
from tin NTjTird snd (JaartenPecU
Gossip Amfing the Ken irk
Mentcnnnt William A. Mann, Scnlenth In.
flmtrr, Isatlhcl bullion leave.
Tho l'owlintaii, now nt Boston, Matt, liM been
ordered Co proceed lo Norfolk, Vn.
Menlcnnnt Ablcl U Bmltli, Kmitlh Cavalry, ar
rived at tho Kobltt IIcuso Tuesday.
Metropolitan Hold licro during this week,
I.lcutcunnt filter K. Wilder, I'oiirlh Cavalry, la
(ranted a mouth further extension of leave.
1'assoil Assistant Surgeon, ItlcbardA. Urqubart,
U. 8. N arrived In Ban Francisco last Saturday
from tho East.
Tho frigate 1'owlialan, Captain Ixlmond 0.
Matthews, has been ordered from Doston to tho
Norfolk Navy Yard.
Moor Blmon C. Vcddcr.llcnlcnant Nineteenth
Infantry, came to the clly lost Tuesday from Fair
fax County, Virginia.
Surgeon Henry Blcwnrt, V. B. N.mlio recently
returned from the Bnnlara Asiatic Ucet, arrived at
tbo Kbbltt last Tuesday,
. l'ay Inspector John It. Stevenson, V. B. N.nr-
' rlvcu at tbo Kbbltt House Wednesday morning
from his homo In Ilrooklyn.
Captain David A. Irwin, retired, V, S. A . for
merly Fourth Cavalry, "arrived" at tho rbbltt
House several times this week.
Lieutenant Pavld Whipple, Marino Corps, has
been detached from the flag-ship Tcnnesseo and
ordered to tho I'ortf mouth Havy-Yard.
Tossed Assistant Burgeons James II. Gaines,
Eralyii II, Marstellcr, and James C. Byrnes, U.S.
N , all registered at the Ebbltt last Tuesday.
Major Cnrwcn II. Mclllan, Tenth Cavalry (re
cently promoted from captain, Klxtlj Cavalry), la
ordered to Texas for aaslgnmtnt to n station.
Lieutenant Nathaniel Wolfe, Bccond Artillery,
was In the city noma days this week, and left on
Wednesday for bis pout at lort McIIenry, Daltl
fciore. Thirty recruits have been ordered to be sent to
Fan Francisco for the Eighth Infantry, and thirty
five to Ban Antonio, Texas, for tho Sixteenth In
fantry, Uentcnant-Colonel GcorgoW. Bcbofleld, Sixth
Cavalry (Just promoted from major, Tenth Cav
alry), la ordered to Arltona for assignment to a
Fay-Dlreelor James I'. Murray gavo a gcrman
last Tuesday evening at the Naval Academy In
honor of the Misses Kobinson.nlio are visiting his
t Commander William T. "Sampson, who recently
commanded the Swatnra In the Asiatic fleet, and
11 lsa II. Sampson, arrived at tho Ebbltt Wednesday
The Benato Military Committee has again recom
mended that Captain Mark Walker, lato lieuten
ant Nineteenth Infantry, be) placed on tbo nttrcd
list of the army.
Commander Allan D. Brown left Newport, It. I
yesterday for Ran Francisco, to take, command of
the Jamestown for his crulso around Cape Horn to
tho Atlantic coast.
Tbo Government has accepted for the nse of tho
navy the Loy-Uulght torpedo, which was experi
mented with by officers or the torpedo station Jait
summer at Newport.
The Benato Military Commlltco recommends
the iwMugBorthoblllto pay Bnrgcon Edward P.
Vollum. tl. 8 A , for property lout by wrick In 18M
on the Oregon coast.
General Wlnflcld Scott Hancock arrived at
Wormley'a Hottl Wednesday morning and called
on President Arthur during the day. Ho lnteuds
to visit California, In tbo spring.
Lieutenant Samuel W.Fountalnc, Eighth Cav
alry, IS ordered to conduct recruits rrom Jefferson
Iiarracka to San Autonlo for this regiment, and
men join ins iniop. lie is now ai bi. louis.
The House Iava1 Committee has uniniranusly
Tccommcmled the tassageof thebllltoadvancu
Captain William 1) Whiting to tho rank or com
modore on tbdnaty retired list, on account of tho
loss of his tight in the service.
Colonel Malilon Chance, a brother of Captain
Jotlah Chance, llcuttnant Seventeenth Inlnntr),
and Llcuteuaut Jesao C Cbame, Thirteenth In
fantry, arrived lntbo city last week from his homo
In Fremont, Ohio, for a lengthy visit.
The bill lo pay Lieutenant Frank P.Gross,ro
tired, formerly Ninth Cualrj.tiUX) for Iota by tho
burning of hht quarters at Fort Clark, Texas, April
It, If Hi, baa been favorably reported back to tho
Benato by tho Commlltco on Military Affair).
Lieutenant Thomas W. Byroona. Corps of Engi
neers, who la tho chief engineer officer on the
stair of General Nelson A. Miles, Is ordered to
Washington on public bnMuess, after the comple
tion of which be will return to the Department or
A dispatch baa been received at tbo Navy De
partment stating that the United Btatca steamer
VVochusett left Sitka, Alaska, on tht Uth instant
and arrived nt Nanalmo, II C, ou tho 18th itiMant,
and after taking on coal tbero will start direct for
Ban Francisco. .
Lieutenant-Commander Henry II. Gorringo, 0.
8 N , who brought tho Kgyptlau obclltk to New
York and placed it In petition, arrived at the
Itlggg House Tuesday from his recent trip to Ore
sou and Washington Territory with Mr. Vibbard,
of the Northern Pacific Hallway,
Tho present leader of tho band of tbo Second
Artillery at the Washington Arsenal. Slguor
Terrara, was brought from Europe to Mexico by
tho Emperor Maximilian when that Ill-fated
victim of Napoleon assumed the Mexican throne,
v and was tho lender of the Imperial Hand.
Assistant Paymaster Fustaee II. Rogers, U. 8 N ,
was married at Hartford, Conn, last Tuesday to
a daughter of tho lato General llartoii H.Alexan
der, ot tbo Corps of Engineers. Tho cerenunv
waspcrrornud byllcv. Dr. J. 1, Huntington, and
took placo at the residence of Mr. Jackson liolton.
Colonel l)ron O. Carr, tho United States super
vising Inspector of steam vessel for tho Louis
ville district, who is now at tho I bbllt Housolu
attendance at tho annual session of tho board or
supervising Inspectors, la a brother of Ginerul
Fugcno A. Carr, colonel Sixth Cavalry, nndwna
chief quartermaster on General Can's BlatT In tbo
southwest during tho war.
Colonel Henry W. Lowton, captuln Fourth Cav
alry, was married at Louisville December 12 to
Miss Mamie Craig, n uleco of General James Craig,
ofMlssouri, Tho wedding was a rather melan
choly one, as it took placo at tho bedilda of a d) lug
sitter of the bride, at whoso request the welding
wua hurriedly performed Tho sister, Mrs. Pea),
died a few dua later from paraljsix.
Tho relatives of General Carr, of Galcsburg, 111 ,
vr ho was placed under arrest at Tucson, Arts., by
order ot the President, have received a telegram
from him stating that ho Is ready for am kind of
trial or Investigation. General Carr further tele
graphs that the charges ngalnstnlm aredlsrespeet.
misstatements in coutplulnts to n higher author
ity, dlsobidleuce of urders, and misconduct of tbo
Tho House Military Committee has recom
mended tho pos&ogo of tho bill to umcud tho
statutes which prov ido ngalnst tho election of any
person of Hie army or limy to nny civil olllco In
auyuflho territories. Tho statute waa passed be
fore there was n retired list of the arm) or navy,
and tho nmendtnent Is to allow retired ottlcers
flianyaf whom tmvosutlcd in iliu Territories) to
f J eligible for election to civ 11 office.
Tlie Yantlo (Commander Edwin T.Woodward),
now at Kingston, Jamaica, has been ordered by
telegraph to piocecd to Aspluwall for tho better
protection of American luteresti at that place, anil
VI remain till the arrhnl of the Vandalla (Captain
Jtlchaid W.Meade), which is also onhcrwa) to
Aspiuwall. Tho futnru movements of tho two
vessels will be determined bj tho result of tho dis
turbances which are reported to have arisen
among the laborers on tbo canal near Aspluwall.
United Slates District-Attorney Tnnnty, of Now
York, has lllcd u libel against lholeamhlp West
ern Texas, which eaino into collision with the
flag ship Tennessee, moored oil" Kills Island, In
New York liny, December 27, It Is claimed by tho
libelant ihut tno Western Texas had no pilot; that
uowhlstlo was blown, or bell lung; thailhtru uas
no lookout, and that the general manngeroeut of
the Western Texas nns Improper and uuskilllul.
It Is estimated that tho Tennessee was damaged to
Tho fnllowliiK naval orders wcro Issued Wednes
day: Fnslgn Henry Ji. Mayo has bcun detached
from the coast survey aeamer Earnest and plated
on walling orders. Assistant I'nymaatar J. A.
Mudd has been driacbid from duly In the ilurcau
til Provisions and Llothlng und orde red to duly at
tbo navaUinspllal at Yokohama, Jaon. Asist
ant Pu)master II E. Drury has been detached
from duty ut that hospital and entered to return
bonio, Male J. M. Drclghton baa been ordered to
the receiving-ship 1 runkliu.
Commander Sllsa Terry. commanillnmlin vr.
Inn, wrltea to the Navy Deptrtnient, under dato of
uipo luvwjfOouut aiiivu, uecemoer iu,ibei, that
the Marlon arrived there that day, in roulo lo
Heard Island to rescue tho crew of the American
barkTrlull), supposed to be there. Ho says ho
will take coal and provisions and make somo es
sential repaint lo the machinery at tape Town and
sail for Heard Island about the JOtli ot December,
honing to return total o Town about tho xth of
bicrctary Hunt has Issued tbo followlnggcncral
order. " Commandants ofnavy-yanla commanders
or stations, and otrcssi la acting singly, will report
direct to tho chief ol llureau of Navigation and
Offlioof Detail whenever any oOlceruudcr their
rcspe-ctlve commands is transferred to a naval hos
pital, and when such ortlcer returns to duly. If a
uudlcal suivey should be ordered, a copy of the
order for tbo survey, and a copy or the re port of
tho nudlcal oflleers In the case, will also bo for
warded to that bureau. Ibis order Is not in
tended to dlaneuse with the report required In
such cases by regulation, to bo sent to tbo Durcau
of Medicine and curgery."
The following naval orders, wero Issued Thurs
day. Commodore Oscar C. Badger, to be.rcllevcd
February 10 as member of the examining board,
and ordered to coiumaud tho Do.ton Navy-Yard
ebruary lo, lo relievo Commodore George M,
llamxim. Commander William l.faamnwui has re
ported his return home from the Asiatic fliet.lmv
lug been detached from tho Bwatara December 6,
1681, and is placed ou walling order. Ueuttsmint
Ct mmander Henry II. borrlrigo is granted three
mouths' extension of leave from February 1, Bur-
feon Alfad M. Owen is ordered lo duty at the
ensaeola Navy-Yard, to relievo Surgeon Horatio
N. Ilcaumout, who Is placod on walltng orders.
Captain William K. Whitehead, assistant aar-
5 con, U, S. A., died last t-uuday, Jauusrv 19, ut
arry town-on-lIudon, N Y , alter a lingering 111
nrss, and was burled from Si, Mark's Church, at
that place, ihursdsy, at half-past ten a. m. Dr.
Whitehead was auailveorNew Jersey.from which
Blate he entered the icnlco as aulstaut surgeon,
with tho rank of tint lieutenant, April 13, Dim, and
went at once to the front, where ho served so well
until the surrender that hu was breveted captain
nearly a year and a balf hefore he reached Ibal
full rank, July 2b, !6Go Blnce tho war hu served
set various stations on thefrontler until about three
years ngo, when hh health failed from his ser
vlco, and ho was obllkcd to go on sick leave, and
rrmilned a sufferer until his death Ho was fourth
o i tho list for promotion lo surgeon wheu the end
Lieutenant Nathaniel Wolfe, Second Attlllcry,
arrived at the Kbbltt House Sunday,
Captain John S. McNaugbt, Twentieth Infmlry,
has been granted flvo months' extension of leave.
Colonel Alfred T. Bmlth, captain Eighth In
fantry, arrived In Ban Irnuclsco January 10 from
Commander Charles I,. Huntington reported at
Ihe Norfolk Nnvy-iard last Tuesday for duty oa
Tho name of fastcr Samuel Seabury, V, S. N
has been scut to tho President for nomination as a
Tbo orders of Ensign Frank W. Tappan to tho
Minnesota have been revoked, and he la granted
six months furlough.
F.mlgn Francis W. Toppan, U. S. N , arrived at
the Ebbltt llou-e Saturday, and was tbo same day
granted six months' leave
AulMant Paymaster Edward M. Webster lina
been ordered to duty In the llureau of Provisions
and Clothing, Navy Department.
Captain James IX Maekllu, lfcutenant Eleventh
Infantry, and Mrs. Mackltn arrived at the Ebbltt
House Sunday morning from Dakota
Major Franck E. Taylor, captain First Artillery,
came down to San Irancltco early this month to
tako his family back with him to Oregon.
General Joseph J, Reynolds (formerly colonel
Third Cavalry;, Mrs, Ilenolds, their daughter,
and a nftce.MIss Balnbrldge, aro at the Ebbltt,
Assistant Paymaster E, W. W cbster, IT, B. N , who
was recently appointed, is ordered to the Jlurcait
of Provisions and Clothing, Navy Department, for
Captain John W, Clous, Twenty-fourth Infantry,
acting judgo-advocato of the Department of Texas,
has Lcett granted llftccu days' extension of Icavo
from January 21.
Tho Government has accepted for tho use of tho
navy the Lay Halght torpedo, which was experi
mented with by oflleers of tho torpedo stntlou last
summer at Newport, II. 1.
A grand hop wai given by the oflleers nl tho
Mnro Island Nav)-Yard January 6, which was
largely attended by-prominent society peoplo who
went up from Butt Francisco.
I leutenont-Commandcr Charles V. Orldlcy has
been ordered to temporary duty on biard tho
Michigan, and Asslstn.ul Paymaster It. T. M. Hall
to duty lu connection with the Ironclad at City
Mr Charles W, Moulton, wlfo of Colonel Moul
tou, of Cincinnati, formerly of tho United States
arm) , and her beautiful daughter, Miss Addle, ar
rived nt the Ebbltt Saturday, whc.ro Colonel Moul
ton has bicn for several weeks.
The Infant son of Lieutenant Gcorgo C Rcid.
Marino Corps, has been duly christened Conrad
Held. Hear-Admiral John C. llcaumnnt, who re
cently commanded the Kltter) Navj-Yard, wrei
tbo proud and good-looking godfather.
Medals of honor wcro on Saturday awarded by
thobeirctnry oftbe Navy as follows: Audam Wes
scl, of tho Minnesota, for gallant conduct In Jump
ing overboard and resculngafellow-slilpniale,and
to Michael Thornton, of tho tug Loydcn, for tbo
Captain Itlchard 11. rratt.lleutcnant Tenth Cav
alry, who lias become famous for his work In re
forming and educating Indians, arrived here Sat
urday from Hampton, Va, where ho went from
Carlisle, Pa., to v tslt the Indians under charge of
Captain George E. Tyaon, formerly an acting
lieutenant in the nary, Is living at No 1511 Ver
mont avenue. Captain Tyson watho horolo com
mander of that portion of tho crew of tho lll-lated
Polaris that floated for six months and eighteen
days on Ico-cakee, over u distance of nearly two
Colonel Eugene A. Carr, Sixth Cavalry, has been
placed In arrest at FOrt Apache. Arizona, by
llrcvct Major-General Orlando II Wlllcox (Colonel
Twelfth Infantry), commanding the Department
of Arizona. A rumor to this effeit was received
hero Saturday and was confirmed last nlgbt by an
ofllccr serving In Arizona.
Mrs. Charles E. Worden, wifo of Lieutenant
Worden, Seventh Infantry, wbn has been spend
ing tho winter with her sister, Mrs O. P. Evans, at
no. loio uuuornia street, Ban rrancisco, naa
nearly recovered from her recent severe Illness
Bhe expects to lcavo lu February for tho W est Point
Academy to loin her husband, who Is on duty as
assistant prnlessor of drawing.
The naval court-martial to try Lieutenant-
Commander Gcorgo U. Durand convened at tho
Norfolk N av -Yard last Wednesday. Tho court Is
composed of Cnmmodoro Edward Y. McCauley,
Captains James (lllllss and and Boshrod I), lloyd,
Commanders Allen V. llecd, Charles L. Hunting
ton. "William Gibson, and Yates Sterling, with
Lieutenant Itlchard Walnwrigbt as Judgo ad
vocate. Adjutant-Gencrnl Drum lias Issued a general
order amending tho army regulations so that
whenever chiefs of Starr, departments, or corps de
sire to scud officers or enlisted men belonging
thereto on dutypccullar to their own statr.depart
ment, or corps, the) shall mako application
through the Adjutant-General to tho Secrttarj of
War, except In the case nf officers employed under
the appropriation for tho Improvement of rlvcra
Colonel William Arthur, major and paymaster
U. S. A , who baa been visiting his brother, Presj
nent Arthur, for some days, lelthere Moudai night
for New York to rejoin bis station at f.overnor's
Island, Now York Harbor, tho hcndquirtcrs of
General Hancock. Colonel Arthur Is aLoutflvo
feet ten inches In height, of rather sparo fljurc,
has light, close cut hair, a tawny moustache, ana
bluo eyes. His facuisn pleasant ono despite !ho
dUPgurcmcnt of a terrible wound, anil thosuino
wound has seriously Impaired his hearing
Tbo Benato Military Commlltco has reported
favorably mi tbo bill to correct the military his
tory of Colonel Wlckllne Cooper, major Seventh
Cavalry, who was supposed to bavo committed
sulcldu In his tent early In the evening of Juno X,
1807, whilo a detachment of six troops of tho regi
ment were In ramp on Mcdiciuo LnWc Creek, noar
tho boundary line of Kansas and Nebraska. Tho
report assumes that Colonel Cooper, was shot by
somo person or persons unknown, and that Ills
habits of llfoforbadotbo Idea of delirium tremens,
which was supposed to havo caused suicide.
Dr. Thomas I). Chase, who has been an acting
assistant surgeon In tboarmy sluco 1S05, arrived at
the Lbbltt House Moitday from Annapolis, Md ,
accompanied by his pretty daughter, w bo has been
at school at Annapolis forn number of s ears Thu
genial and Joll) Doctor has not riecreatcd In olgh t
since ho was stationed at Fort Harkorln tho terri
ble year of war and pcslllenco (1667), and, as ho
still Is put upon most of the field expeditions on
tho frontier, ho has trained a broncho to lay down
when ho wants lo mount, As soon as the Doctor
gets on board tho broncho pita up, and ho cant
buck Ills present station is Fort Gibson, Indian
Our correspondent was fa ored with tho follow
ing from C. It Wood, esq , of tho C. A. 1'., Hallway,
Port Huron, Mich. "Alter sulTorlng for marly u
year with rheumatism, receiving treatment from
tho best physicians ur Michigan and Iho West, I
happened to try n bottlo of Bt. Jacobs Oil. Upon
iheilrst application 1 u-ed fully halfit bottle, and
Its effect nan almost Instantaneous. I Immedi
ately dropped all other treatment and confined
in j scir t o Its use alone. A nor the uso or three bot
tles, Instead or being driven to my business, or
moving about on crutches, I walked from one to
three miles dally about business, and havo been
tree from this horrible disease for over a year, not
having tho slightest twinge of it Hence I say
thatall medicines known to mo aro useless when
compared with the Old German Itemed, Use this
statement when and w hero It suits."
An Injunction .nhtil.
Mary A. Palna and Margaret II lTUcbrown havo
filed a bllUn cqult) against John Coughlin for nil
Injunction to annul a deed. The bill sets forth
that on March 17, 1877, tho complainant corn eyid
to tho defendant, Coughllu, parts of lots 10,18,nnd
19, in square No, 127, on I street northwest, with
tho Improi cmcuts thereon, In trust to secure to ono
of tho said defendunts, the Now Hampshire l'lro
Insurance Company, Iho paj ment of a promissory
note, bearing even date with tho transfer, for
f 1,000. The complainants further atato that no
consideration was paid lo tbcm, and they had no
knowlcdgo of Iho contents of tho deed of trust,
except from an Inspection of tho land records, and
they believe that tbo defendants combined and
conspired by false representations to obtain from
them tbo execution of the note and deed Tho note
and deed of trust wcro not explained to tbcm, but
they were Informed by tho defendant, Do Jeter,
that Ihe Instruments wero executed for the pur
poso of securing the payment of a small rim of
money for the period of three months. Tho peti
tioners further state that no demand was ever
modo on them when the noto fell due, and the first
Intimation they bad of It was when tbo property
was advertised for sale. They therefore pray that
the defendants be restrained from disposing of tho
property and the noto and deed of trust bo can
celed and declared null and void,
Gray hairs aro honorable, but their prematura
appearance Is annoying, Parker's Hulr Balsam
prevents tbo annoyance oy promptly restoring tho
At Bt. Peter's Church, Fast Washington, on
Thursday last, at ! o'clock p. in , Itev. Father 0 Sul
livan Joined in matrimony Thomaj J, Moore, esq ,
of Baltimore, and Mlra Fllcn II. Talburtt, the
yonngest daughter of tho late G.W. Talburtt, of
Maryland, After a refrain from tbo organ the
parties quietly walked to tho altar and wcro mado
man and wife, and then retired to tho bride's
homo at Terrace Place, wbcro an elegant menu bad
been prepared. Among tbo geicita wo noticed
many ladles and gentlemen known to Washing
ton, Mr. Georgo Matllngly and daughter, Mrs.
Kowland, Mrs. Marr, Mrs. March, Mrs Brow n, Mils
Lulie Brown, Miss Blanche Matllngly, Mrs. Kallo
Talburtt and others, Mr. Charles Harrington, Mr.
Iloblnson, Mr. Brown, Mr. Ebcrlcy, Dr, Herbart,
DIcL Moore, J, A. Matllngly and others.
The H'lll orstra. Ellis N. Dodge.
Tbo will of Flla B, Dodge, of Georgetown, has
been filed with tbo Keglstcr of Wills, Tho testator
makes sixteen boqucsta of Jewelry to relatives and
friends, A diamond cross Is left to tbo executor
to be sold for tbo benefit of the poor of Christ
Church, Georgetown, Tbe balaucool tho estate,
real and personal, Is to be sold aud divided Into
two equal parts, to bo distributed between Lorenzo
Thomas and her aunt Mary Thompson, By a
codicil attached tho last bequest is revoked, and
Margaret AdJUou's name Is substituted. Tho will is
drawn with great exactness, and declares specific
ally haw thu funeral expenses are to ho paid,
aud that tho rolatlves not mentioned as benofl
claries aro not to participate In tbe cstrte. Jobu
H.Aftley Is appointed sole executor.
SENATORS AND nEPftESEtlTATlVESi
Senators find Itcpreseiitnttvcs now In
the city will please sond their names and proper
residences to tho ofuco of TitEllrrunucAN Inordcr
that tho list can bo mado accurate. Tho following
named Senators' and Representatives aro now In
the city. Northwest is understood us tbo location
when uotothcrwiso printed;
Aldrich.N. W.,Ithodo Island, Arlington.
Allison, W, II , Iowa, 1124 Vermont avenue.
Anthony. II. B , Ilhodo Island, 1W7 11 street.
Bayard, 1, I'.. Delaware. HIT Mas-achusctss RV.
Beck, J. 11 . Kentucky, ITU K strict.
Blair. 11. W N, II ,205 I'astCanltol street.
Brown, J. E Georgia, Metropolitan
Duller. M, d, South Carolina, Ml Thirteenth Bt,
Call, W , Florida, lljn Tenth street,
Camden, J. N., Welt Virnlnia, Arlington.
Cameron, Angus, W liconsln. B B street,
Cameron, J, 1) , Pchn , If th and Ilhodo Island av.
Coekrell. F. M Missouri, 020 Fifteenth street.
Cokc.Itleliard, Texas, 6i5Hlxth street.
Conger, O. D , Michigan, 1321 M street.
Davis, I) , Illinois, National.
Davis. II. G , West Va , Arlington.
Dawes, It. I, Massachusetts, 10.12 H, I. avenno.
Edmunds,!) F Vermont. 1411 Massachusetts av,
Fair, J. 0, Nevada, Illggs. . ,
Fatley, J.T.California. The Portland.
Ferry, T. W., Michigan; National.
Fryc, . P., Maine, va Fourteenth street.
Garland. A. 11 . Arkansas, 511) Second street.
George, J. 7,., M lsslssl ppl, 727 Twcl fth street.
Groome. 1. 11., Maiiland, Wlllard's.
drover, KG, Oregon, National,
Gorman, A. P., Maryland,ii Uftccnlli street.
Hale, Luene, Maine. 1301 11 street.
Hampton, Wade, South Carolina, Metropolitan.
Harris, I, (I , Tennessee, Mf 1 lovcnlh street,
Harrison, Ben, Indiana,) crraontavcnuo.
llawley, J. it , Unmicrtti ut, 112 C strei t.
Hill. B 1I Georgia, Did Hovcntf onth street.
Hill, N. P. Colorado, 1507 K street.
Hoar. 0. P., Massachusetts, 1825 K street.
Ingalls, J. J Kansa, Hamilton.
Jackson, II, K., Tennessee, 1010 Vermont avenue.
Johnston J, W., Virginia. iKlThirtecntu street.
Jonas, 11 1'., iAulslana.lho Portland,
Jonca, J. P., Net ada, Nt w Jersey av. aud B st B.C.
Jones, C W 1 lorlrta, 1703 M street.
KellOKg, W. P., Louisiana, W lllard t.
I amarL. Q.O ..Mississippi, Metropolitan.
Lapham, 1 0 New York, Wurmloj's.
Logan, I, A., Illinois, 812 Tvvclflli street ,
Mitchell, John I , Pennsylvania, AM Thirteenth.
Mahonc. W illiam, Virginia, The Portland,
Maxcy.S. 11.. Toxas.lll Fourth street.
Mcl'hcron. J. It , N J , 22 ljifaictto Square.
Miller, John F., California, 1218 Connecticut av.
Miller, Warner. New York. 1301 K street.
Morgan, J, T., Alabama, 101 (I street.
Morrill. J. 8.. Vermont. cor. Vt av. and M street.
McDIll. J. W .. Iowa, 814 Twelfth st. u w.
Pendleton, O HOliio,ni3MxtccnlltBlrccr,
I'bttl, O II , Connecticut, loi'i Massachusetts av.
Plumb, P. B , Kansas, IJUfl IC street.
Pugh, John I. . Alabama, 207 Last Capltolst.
Hnusoin, M. W.. North Carolina, Metroiiolilnn.
llolllns, E. 11 , New Hampshire, Hamilton,
Saunders, Alvln, Nebraska, Illggs.
sauuuury, lit, Delaware, i.uuut.
Hawyer, P , Wisconsin, Ittfl I strct
fcewell, W. J , New Jersey, W lllard a. '
bhcrman. John. Ohio, lttu K street.
Slater, J. II , Oregon, U10 F street.
Teller, II. M., Colorado, 1011 M street.
Vance, Z B. North Carolina 1W7 Mbss. avenue.
Van Wick., 0.11 .Nebraska, 623 Thirteenth street.
Vest, G. G . Missouri. 203 lCist Capitol street.
Voorhces I). W., Indiana. sm lVnnsjhnnlaav.
Wntkcr, J. 1), Arkansas, Oil feccond street.
Williams, J, 8 , Kentucky, Metropolitan.
Wlndom, W Minnesota, lllOVcrraont avenue
Kclfer. J. W Speaker, Ohio. I bbllt.
Aiken. D W .South Carolina, Metropolitan.
Aldrlch, William, Illinois, Arlington.
Allen, lhomas, Missouri. Arlington.
Anderson, John A Kansas, Wj thirteenth street.
Armfleld. It. V . North Curollnu. National.
Atkins, J. 1). C, Tennessee, Metropolitan.
Allierlon, Gibson, Ohlo.'JO Grant Place.
Barbour, John S , Virginia. Ill B street n. o.
Barr.S. F., Fctinsjlvnnla, at Mnntor Cameron,
ltuync, T. M., Pennsylvania, Wlllard's.
Beach, L.. New York, Arlington.
Bclford.J B.Coloraelo, Lbbltt
Belmont, Pern, New York, 1427 I street.
Beltzhoov cr, 1 . E, Pcnnsvlvanla, W lllard s.
Berry, 0. P . California, COJ F urect,
Blngbam.H. II .Pennsvlviuila, 172111. I. avenue.
jancs.u, iv. sivorKiii, .ijc-iijiuiiiiu
Blackburn. J. 0. 8 , Kentucky. 017 Now York av.
Blnnchard. N. C . lflulslaun. 1121 1 street.
Bland, It P., Missouri, Metropolitan.
Bliss, A. M., New- York, .
Blount, J. II. Georgia, Metropolitan
Bowman, S. Z., Massachusetts. Hamilton.
Bragg, r S, Wisconsin, Lbbltt.
Brents, Thomas 11 , Washington, 033 K 'street,
llrcwcr, J. Hart, New Jerses , W llhird's.
Briggs, J. F . New IlamiHhlri, National
Browne, T.M., Indiana. 1115 1 street
Brumm, C. N , Pcunsv Ivnnla, Metro)ollUn.
Buchanan, It , Georgia, Metropolitan.
Buck, J. It,, Connecticut, Arlington
UUff kner, A. II , Missouri, Metropolitan.
Burrows. J. C. Michigan, National,
Burrows, J. H . Missouri, 1811 Sixteenth street,
llultcrwortb, Benjamin, Ohio, 1108 1" street.
Cabell, G U, Virginia, 0171 Iceeuth street,
Caldwell, J. W , Koiiluckv , 715 Mnth btrcet.
Calkins W II , Indiana. 17 Grant Place.
Cnmp.Johnll .New York.Wllhirda
Campbell, I. M . Pennsylvania. IinilKttreot.
Candler, J. W, Massachusetts, 111.1 Ktt. n.w.
Cannon, J. G , Illinois, Nation il.
Cannon, G. tj . Utah, Itlggs
Carlisle, J. G , Kentuik) , Illggs.
Carpenter, G C.IOHn.bOSTMellth street.
Car-s!da),G W .Nevada, Wlllird's
Caswell L. n . Wisconsin C12 Fourteenth street.
Clmec. Jonathan, Kbndu Island, Arlington.
Chalmers, J It , Mitatalpt I, Itl;gs
Chapman, A. O Maryluud, '
Clardv.M L.Mi-sourl. Wlllard's.
Clark, J. n , Jr , Missouri, W lllard's
Clements, J, C . Georgia, Metropolitan.
Cobb, T. It , Indium, 1312 New York avenue.
Colcrlck, W . G , Indiana, National
Converse, G. L , Ohio, Arlington,
Cook. Philip, Georgia, Itlggs
Cornell, Thomas, New York, Arlington
Covington, G, W . Maryland,
Cox, 8 8 , New York, Itl.gs
Cox. W. It .North Carolluu.Itlggs.
Crapo, W. V , Massachusetts, Wormlcy's.
Cravens, J 1 , Arkansas 407 O urect.
Crowley, Itlchaul, New York, Arlington.
Culberson D II . Texas. Metropolitan.
Cullcn W., Illinois, 1121 1 street.
Curlln, A O, Pennsylvania, .
Cutis, M K., Iowa, .
Darroll, & 11 , 1niislaua, D03 Thirteenth street,
Davidson, It, II M , Florida, National,
Davis, Geon.0 it . Illinois 1301 V street.
Davis, Ixiwndcs 11 , Missouri, .
Dawes, It It, Ohio, 11 Grant Place.
Dccrlnj, N. 0., lonu, Hamilton
Do Mono. M L , Indiana, 7 Grant Place
Dcustcr, Peter V,. W Iscunslu, 21 Oram Place
De7endorf. J. l'..Vlrglulu, Cmiitro'slonal.
Dibble, Samuel, South Carolina. Metropolitan
Dlbrell.G G .Tennessee. Mc-lroivolltun.
Dlngley, N ,Jr ,Mi,V21 Fourteenth urect.
Don d, ( , North Carolina, Metropolitan.
Dugro, P Heno.Now York, Wlllnrds
Dunn, Poludoxtcr, Arkiinsus, National,
Dunncll, M II., Mlnuesoia, National,
Dwlght, J, W New York. Arltiijtton
I Ills, John E.IxuiMaiia.lOlJ Uilrteenth street.
Lrmcntrout, 1) , Pcunsjlvnula Lhblti,
rrctt, Russell, Pennsylvania. 222 i:irtst.s. e.
Evlns, J, II , bouth Carolina, .Metropolitan.
Harwell, C, II , Illinois Arlington.
Farm 11. S S Iowa, 1S30 Osiroet.
Flnlej , J. J , Florida, 710 Flev e nth street.
l'uncr, ii. ei , iviiiisvivniiui.iiioii btrect.
Flower. It. V , New York, 15.EI 1 1
Ford. Nil holas. Missouri 1118 Ninth btrcet.
Forney. W. II , Alabama, UlUG street.
Frost, ltobert 0 , Mb-ourl. W lllard a
Fulkerson.A .Virginia, Melronolltun
Garrison, G. 1., Virginia 010 Fourleenlli street
Oeddes, Georgo W Ohio 52J Sixth btrcet
George, M.C Oregon, 512 rtilrtecnthstreet.
Gibson. It. L , Iji , 172.1 ltliwlc Uland avenue.
Gndsbalk, William, Pcnnsvlvanla ,13220 street.
Grout. W, W, Vermont, ltlgg"
Gucuthcr, 11 , Wisconsin, 1 bbllt
Guntcr, r. M . Arkansas Mades" Hotel.
Hall, J G.New Himpshlrc'213 liist Ciipltolit.
Hainmotid, N, J , Georgia, Metropolitan,
Hammond, J , New York, 1529 1 street.
Hardciitwrgb, A. A .NowJersej, Wlllard's.
Hardy, John, New York, Arlington
Harmer, A. C . Pennsylvania. l.ilO F street.
Harris, II. 8 , New Jersey. Wlllard's
Harris, 11. W., Massachuhetls, 132'JO btrcet,
llazcltlno, I. B.Missouri, 201 Cstrcet northeast.
Haskell. D C , Kansas. 1311 II street.
Hatch, W, 11 , Missouri, Wlllnrd'n.
Hawk, It. M, A , Illinois, 828 Twelfth street,
Hazleton, G. O , W lv ousln. Congressional,
Hellman. W , Indiana, The Portland.
Henderson. T.J., Illinois, '211 Nortn Cipltol St.
Hepburn, W. 1 , Iowa, I12 I street.
Herbert, II A . Alabama, Metropolitan,
Hcrndnn.T. II .Alabama, Metropolitan,
Hewltt.A 8, Now York lWJIstrcct,
Hewitt, G. W ., Alabama, Metroiolitau.
Hill. John, Now Jersi v.ftlO I street
Illx ock, Frank, New York, Arlington.
lloblltzell, F. b . Marvland. .
Hoge, J. Blair, W est Virginia, National,
Holman, W H, Indiana, Mitropnllutu,
Hooker.0. 11, Mississippi. Wormley's.
llorr. It. G , Michigan, 817 Twelfth street.
Houk, L C, Tennessee, tld Sixth street.
House, J F Tcnnesseo, Ebbltt.
Hubbell Jar A , Michigan, 4 Iowa Circle.
Hubbs.Orhindo, North Carolina, Trcmnur.
Humphrey. II U, Wisconsin, 8 Grant Place.
Iliilrlilns, Waldo. Now York. WUIard s
Jsx-obs, (orris. Ir . Now York, 814 Eleveuth st,
JadwliijC C Pennsylvania, Wlllards.
Jones, G, W Tiixas, till) 0 street,
Jones, J. K., Ark.. 14221 lev euth street.
Jours, P., New Jorsey, Ebbltt,
Jorgenscn, Jewepb, Virginia, 1103 Fllrcet.
Joyce, V. Il , Vermont, CM rlilrtcenth street,
Kansou,J A , Iowa, 1612 II street,
Killey, W. I), Pennsylvania. 122SF street.
Kcnna, J, K , West Virginia, National,
Ketchnm. J It., New York, 1T29 K street.
King, J. F-, Louisiana, .
Kloiz.lt, Pennsylvania, 1 1! street.
Knott. J Proctor, Koutucky,Mctropol!tan,
lAcy. IS. S , Michigan, National.
lAdtl. George W , Mai lie, 113 O st. a. c.
Itliam, K 0., North Carolina, Metropolitan.
Leetlom, J. P., Ohio, Wlllard's
Lo Fcv re, Ben . Ohio, W lllard'a,
Lewis, J, IL. Illinois. 1121 1 street
Llndscy, 8. 1) , Maine, 810 Twelfth street,
Ixrd, Henry W.. Michigan, National,
Luna, T., Now Mexico, National.
Magluuls, Martin, Montana, Arlington.
Mannlmr, Van H Mlsdsslppl, 83 B ttrect . o.
Marsh, 11 1'., Illinois, National.
Martin, K U, Delaware, Wlllards.
Mason, Juaeph, New York, 18J1 U street.
Matson, (1. u , Indiana, 109 0 street northeast,
MeClnre, A. 8 , Ohio, corner Ninth and II streets.
McCoId. Moses A .Iowa 1125 Icnthslrcct.
McCook. A.G . New York, Arlington.
McKenzle.J A , Kentucky, National,
McKlnlcy, William, Jr. Ohio. F.bbltt
McLane, liobort M, Maryland, 1007 1 street.
McMIUIti, Benton, Tennessee, Kijat.
Miles, Frederick, Connecticut, Arlington.
Miller. S. 11 , Pennsylvania, 1213 F street.
Mills, lt.Q,, Texas 1115 G street.
Money, II, I) , Mississippi, Metropolitan.
Moore, W, It .Tennessee, Arlington.
Morcy, II, U, Ohio, 1108 F street northwest.
Morrison, W H Illinois, Wlllard's
Morse, I, Massachusetts, Wormley'a.
Mosarovc, James, Pennsylvania, .
Moulton. 8 W, Illinois, 4710 street
Muldrow, II Is, Mississippi, Arlington.
Mnrch, Thompson II . Mslnc, .
Mutchlcr, W , I'cnnsthanln, Metropolitan.
Nolan, M New York, Arlington
Norcros-s, A., Massacbusrits, l'OI 1 street,
Oates, W . (' , Alabama, Metropolitan.
O Nell. Charles, l'cnnsv Ivanl a, 112a N. Y, Avenue.
Orth.Godlore S Indiana. 737 Ninth street.
Ourr, 0. II , Arizona, 705 Llovonth ttrecL
I'acncco, H California, Congressional,
Page, II. P., California, Congressional.
Parker, A. X , New Yurk,729 Fifteenth street,
Paul, John, Virginia, Metropolitan,
1'aysou, L. E., Illinuis, 921 1 ourtcenth itrccL
I'cclle, B, J , Indiana, IBIS it street.
Filrfcll.il F, Indiana, 18 Grant Place.
PcltlboncA.il .Tennessee 408 Slith street.
Pottlgrcw, It. F., Dakota, 1333 F street.
Phelps, James, ( onneellcut, 457 O street,
l'hlspr, 1 HJali (X, Kentucky, W lllard s.
Post, M K., Wyoming, National,
Pound, T. O , Wisconsin. 1015 L street.
I"rescott, Cyrus D . New ork, H07 F street.
Ilandall.R. J., Pennsylvania, 1200 st, southeast.
Ilauney, A. A, Massachusetts, Arlington.
Ha) , Osslan-Fcw Hampshire, 1501 Jiass. avenue.
Ilercan, J, II .Texas. Metropolitan.
Heed, T.B.Maine. Itlggs.
Rico, I. II .Ohio, 121 1 U street.-
Itlcc.T.M , Missouri, ono Pcnnsvlvanla av, c,
Itlco, W, W'M Massachusetts, 1 III I, street. ,
rtlcbardon, D P.Ncw York, 11110 street.
lUchardsnu, J. 8. Sotith Carolina, P11 (1 street.
Well, J. T , Vllchlgan, W T weirth street
Rltchle.J, M , Ohio, 1212 New York avenue.
Ilobcson, Q. M . Now Jorscj , 1337 K street,
ltobcrlsou, E,W Louisiana, Arlington.
Iloblnson, G. D . MassArhusetiB, Illggs.
Iloblnson. James 8 , Ohio, 1317 1 street,
Iloblnson, W. E., New York, 1 VII Corcoranst.
Itosecrans. W. 8 , California, 207 N. J, avenue,
ltoss,Mllcs, New Jersey, W lllard s
IlUMcll.W. A 5liessachutts, 201 N. J.av.r.0.
Ityan, Thomas, Kansas, cm Thirteenth street.
Scales, A. M , Ninth Carolina, .
Hchultz, Fmiinucl, Ohio, Kbbltt,
Scovlllo.J .New Y'ork, .
Si raniou. J. A , Pennsylvania, Hamilton,
Shackelford, J. W., North Carolina, National.
Shallciioorger, W. B, Pcunsv Ivaulo, 010 Thir
Shelley, c. M , Alabama, Metropolitan.
BhcrwIu.JohuC, Illinois, 1115 1 street
blmotiton, (X B ,Ttnn.,417Slxth street.
blngletou, O It , Mississippi, l-"7 1' street.
8lnglcton, J. W..IIll:ioti.itV Unt Capitol street,
Bklnncr, 0, 1U, New Y'orL, 3 Grant Place.
Smith, A. II , Pemisylvanla, WUIard t.
Smith, 1). 0 Illinois, l'fJ F street.
nmuii. j, iiiew lorn, -.
Spauldlng, O. U. Michigan, National.
Sparks, W.A.J, Illinois, ,
Stve-er, Emory, Georgia, National.
Bponucr, II. J., llhoilo Island, Arlington.
Springer, W llllam M., Illinois 112 K Capitol St.
Mccle, Urargo W Indiana, 1KU 1 street,
Stephens, A, II , Georgia, National,
hlockshigi-r, S. M .Indiana, Metropolitan.
niune, r i ., .lassacuuseiis, i in ijfircci.
Strait, II. 11 , Minnesota, National.
Talbott, M'.C.,Marland, .
Talor, E 11 .Ohio, 810 Twelfth street.
Thomas, John It., Illinois, 1507 H street.
Thompson, P. lt,Jr,Kentuck,7T7 Ninth street.
Thompson, W.G , Iowa, 210 North Capitol street.
Tillman, G. 1) .bouth Carolina, 112 Sixth strict.
Tow nsend. Amos, Ohio, Arlington.
Towmhcnd.lt. W., Illinois, 21 1 1 oiir-and-a-bolf
Tucker, J. It , Virginia, .
1 timer, Oscar, lcntuck.lTU F street
Turner, II O Georgla.lllMI street
Tjler, J. M , Vermont, Mcl'hrrsou House.
Updegran.J.T., Ohio, 12111" street.
Udegrull,Thonias, Iowa, l;Oi I strict.
Upson, I olumbUR, li xas. Mi Iroiwllun.
Uriier, M. O . Marvland.mjG stnet
Valentine, E, K , Nebraska, National
Van Aeruam. II. II . NcvOurk. U lllard V.
Vance, It, It , Nnrlh Carolina, Metropolitan.
Van Horn, It. rMlssourl.20iNcw Jersejave.
Vanoorhls, John. New lork, Vrliiigtou
Miiusworiij, i, vtr.ew iorv, rnngion
Walt, J. T , ( onneellcut. Hamilton
Walker. It J, U, Pennsylvania 15.11 1 street
Ward, William, Pi iina)lvauln,lJ2ur strict.
Warner, HU ban). Tennessee "-t ibarlcs.
Washburn, W, D , Minnesota. 17 i'J Ilhodo Island
Watson, L, F , l'enna) Ivonla, Illggs.
W ehber, G. W., Michigan 52-1 lxih street.
Wellborn, Ollu, Texas, Metropolllau
West, Geoigc, New ork, Wllhirds
W heeler, Jofcph, Alabama. 221 Last Capitol st,
White, John D.Kcutuck) Old llilrtceuth street.
Whilthorn. W. C lennessce, Lbbltt
Wlllets,lxlwlii,Mlchlgan,601l street northeast.
W lllls, Albert S , Kcntiick) , CIO 1 ourtcenth Bt.
Williams. C G, Wisconsin 18 Grant Place.
W llllatnsTlhoinaa, Alabama. 4551 street
Wilson Benjimlii WestMrglnla, National.
WIsc.O. I), Virginia, Molroisilltan.
Wise, Morgan It, Pu ,17JOMus.aihusett avenue.
Wood, Benjamin, New York, liVJI I street.
Wood. W alier A . New York, lb.ll 1 street
ioung, i nomas u, umo, 1 112 u street,
To tbe Editor of Tiir Itm 1 111 icvn
Tno frantic nml unoipcctcd attack of Mr.Sco
vllle upon General Grnnl, Mr Arthur, and Mr.
Conkllng leads rue, 11a ono who has hud somo
sympathy w lib him In hlaiiudcsoiv oil iiilrirtnue,
to call his attention to a few fai ts I lrt, 'enalors
hnvo opposed iioralnatlouj ah lar baik nvlhcro
wero Presidents lo muko Ihelii nud it remained
for the phenomenal politic al developments of but
spring to make such an act a constitutional right,
by the way a rcvoltilioniir) onci also, as Mr.
Conkllng was on scud tcrmv, both personal and'
political, with tho President within tbo week of
Ilobtrts01rs110mlnalln11.it isonlj fair to prcsumo
that Mr. Garfield uas iho aggressor, and he- must
bo a bitter enemy Indeed who will deny a man the
common rlghttif selfrdcrciisu.
Mi' roNKMNO'a Dcnisi
was vigorous, fcrtalulv, but vvoull urn man
would Mr Soovlllonr (lulteau, or even Whlielaw
Itctd, whoso brnren lurolinro In the matter 01 ad
vice U monumental have dared logo lo MrCoiik
ling and beg him to cease his opposltlou fur fear
some one would shoot tho President? Such an net
would be as marly tho net of a madman s tho
nnu Mr. Scovllle defends Dad It been 11 disor
dered brain iiflectid by Ihe excitement of tho rsi.
lltlcal situation, Mr Conkllng would probably
liav 0 been the victim, lor tho v loleueo and malig
nity of tho attacks on him arc uncimuled Ari.il
Ing from Mr Seovllloa point or view, hu grams
to Ids Idiot reasonli g powers and loglo. hlthough
depraved and exaggerated, sufllclcnt to Judge or
eauso aud edict, which Is not a root ut Insanity.
ietmii KOMLtK rvMFMnn:
the character 0MI10 men he attacks and the base
less. Illogical, owt.lvc charges ho brings against
them, Also let hlin rcmemiicr that It lakes two
sides to carr) on a quarrel, mid that each sldi Is
equally responsible for tbo coureciciii es More
over, let him realize that whatever tyinailu he
may have won bv bis hard work, more lor Its
earnestness than ilsctllcleiiey, ami by (lulteau a
unrounded and insulting assaults upon himself,
ho will forfeit, If he avenges himself by III 0 at
tacks upon men as fir nhovolilm asliois above
Gullcau. In Iheilrst of Ills speech he, disclaims
nny appeals tavo to tha understanding; but If Ills
Wednesday's speech Is pot nil aiqeul tn all the
evil and vlndlitlvoriejtidliesnr last spring there
la nonesuch How obueof piOloand uitaeu
tlroly outsldo the ciuo Is to prove nil) thing but his
on n "crankiness" as n criminal lawyer Is diniculi
to determine, and, as hols nnl ulutcd by mar
rlngo to the luurileier, such pioor avails nothing
tosirenglileii lilstlieorj. Iloina) gain 11 kin I or
Whlielaw Held popularllj, bnt,tomy nilud.Uul
tcaiiuotorlit) Is prefer iblu. It, II.
lUITlMOltl, Jan 19,11-82.
A Niitoiilli loinilcxl(iit
Can bo had b iveuy lud) wlm will uo Parker's
Ginger Tonic. Itegiilalliiglholuteriiiilorgnnsaud
purlfjlnglho bla d, It quickly removes pimples
unci gives n healthy bloom to tho check. Kcad
about It lu other column.
Tlio I.nl Jl,,. liirrrlt mil.
April 18, 1876, Generul William Henry llrowno
and Mrs. Augusta Brow no Garrolt filed Joint wills;
with tho Register for safe-keeping. Yesterday n
later will made b Mrs Garntt, beating data Au
gust 22,1831, was filed aud admitted to probate.
Tho entire estate, real, personal, and mixed, Is
devised to testator's brother (who Is alio cuusll
luted sole cxcriilor),wllh the following exceptional
IegatlesofS20(laiid ?100 are bequeathed respec
tively to Hurry Montgomery Browne and Barali
Morrow. In case of hcrsiirvlvlng her brother, Iho
estate Is to bo divided as follows. TVs Harry M
Brownc.H.OOO, to Sarah Morrow, 85tiOs to Fmlly
A llrewne, of Boston, 5no. Ihe resldticnf tho eslolo
to be equally divided between tho I nud for Aged
mid Intlrm (Tcrg)mon, ufthc Proteataiit Episcopal
Church of the diocese of .Maryland, and tho
American Church Missionary Society of Ihe same
Tlin (inirlislTrnnhrrrN na Ilrrorflril Vcals-is,
Mr. J. P. Oluisliail ptisienla tliolullnwlng traimac
tlona In real estate In tbn District yulerday, as re
ported to blm by Ilia Hncordrr of Deeds
OuTwentlclb birrs t west, near corner of P street
north, sublets 41 and 41 (i by isi feel), square w, 11
Francis Illggs it al to Blanche K. I truce, nomliml,
lln I street norlli, between Iwentj-nm and l
t- f-co ud streets wit, part of lot 21 (Mirel by deiilh),
aquaro 77, 0. W l.Hwuilrel lo 1'inms Taylor, I. .100.
On Myrtle street, between lint Mini cost and
North Capitol sirret. suhlots lu and lsu n f, n .
InchMbynfertaliicliisil.miiUublota 10) and nil (It
li-et 2 Inelnw by &7 Im-t li Iru lies), atiuare 076, Joseph u,
Hester to Charles K limry. II n.
On It strtxt north, belwern Hlstb and Seventh
ctrcela east, east part of lot 1)(H by 11a f t Jlnclui),
sqoaru 8U7, Martha A. Simula to Charing I'lMwuilt,
On 1 street south, corutr of Twelfth street oast, lots
It and It iiii reel bydinth), nquarelMl.aiul on Twi iltb
strel last, uetwren O and I Mrcs-ia soutb, lot 18(48
frets I lichen I y depth), bqurcUW, David M.Arm-slroiirtos-alllell.
HuLbios, II sr,
Ou Tvreinb btrest st, fsetweeu n and l streets
couth, pari ot lot 17 (8 feet S Ine hisi by ski reet Olnelira),
Kiusru HOJ Pavld M. Arinslroug to Julia A, aud
Alignstua U. U. Hie bblna, ICOO
On Houth U btreel, Iwtvnspii Twelflh and Thirteenth
streets eaut.nartof lot mil net by deplb), bocure
lcai.Amila F.JIenry to llenrlcltu I.. Jlcrry.7W.
On 11 street north, near rorm r of 1 ourtcenth street
rust, part of lot 22 (II f-l by depth), square 1027, John
Chester loBarab U Downs, (CA
Woodbury Wheeler ft al , trustees, to Haiouel V,
Shrevt,loU'22l iW, and Sss.orUnloritowii.llJiltl
William (l. limn uiftovalB, ITIeher, lota 2i Ml,
and JI7, ot lllilontoirn, f I Alt.
Cbarlen Meaiuiy to James V. Kelly, port nf a
tract nulled Wvodoury IVrk, containing Jt-lOO of an
Alexander McCormlck to Itlchard p Iollard, part
or a tract called Beau's Adventure, containing on
acre, au. '
" WntT i beaven'a best rift to man?" she asked,
sweetly smlllngonhtm. " Dr. Bull's CongU Uyruji.''
ho rallied, with nrmlence. He bad Just been
cured bi'liof t 'id clrt
HIGHLY IMPORTANT I
Tho Ultrrrcst Ioo In Our Busi
ness Career I
Having teased for a term of twenty five years the
property now occupied by Messrs. Gusdorf, Knwwl,
iat), lt, anil I'll Seventh Street,
wo shall shortly commence to erret a Fcir-Btory
llnllellng, second to nono In Iho country,
aland tiolow cost, all of our Immense stock now In
101 ami 100 Seventh Street.
Thli Is the first limn In twenty years that weed
vertlso to sell at or below cost, as 110 merchant can
eilst without making nprollt. In this Instance It Is
compulsion. W o shall try not to lake nny Ola tlooda
Into Urn Niw Building, iwmir opening (wblchwnex
pert to makn by HrntPinlM-r I) shall bo a display
worthy tho Capital of the Nation. Ilcdiicrd all our
Cottons und htieetlngs, of every width and well
known brands, at lesn than manfsu turer a present
cost. Having bought llieso nomls long Isefore tho lain
heavy nse, we are enabled to sell as stated without
loss tn us.
Our licit Print, In Shirtings and Dress Ht) les, war
ranted fast colors, A cents.
All our llressi Goods redneed THEY MfHT 111!
CLo-H-11 OUT way Isclow cost, W o havo reitueel our
Eivccnt Drew Goods tn lo cents,
Vccnt UrissGcHalsto 12.' i cents,
"C-cent Dress Goods to 2") rents,
rscent Drrsa (locals in 1 cents,
and all finer goods In proportion W n have taken
great pains to mark our Immense stock down
nnnuia, nowovcr, a niece no overionKPO, wo sua
make a reduction which la Isoundtosell the article.
lteinpmlipr. iva shall rarrv nn W Inlpr (looils over
which a price will sell.
Our assortment Is now complete, having upward of
1,200 plof-ca on hand rhesn bavo all ticeu reduced 2.1
percent. Heincmber, the) must be sold.
t-rom sl to It
I rom Is to I.V.
Krnin 110 to W.
. , Ironilivtiiii.
and all lt.rr goods at great sac rltlee. Wo have about
I.B0O Garinenla 011 hand, and do liotwant toopen ft
Mew Stare nest fall with old stock. They shall and
null uo iKjiei,
All niankola reduced from II to 1 per pair.
t.COO Ilea Coniforts, macloof best ilobo Print, and
filled with Wbllo Oolton, reduced to f 1.40 from (2.
Hi-member, they mnst be sold.
Iirown Table 1 Inen. s-4 wl.le, an cents Unbleached
Tabto Unen at S3, reduced from ft'f.
7Vcent T able Damask marked down to SO cents.
!l 1 able Damask reducrsl to (LV rents.
1 JV T ahlo Damask for 71 routs.
I r0 Tallin Damask cut down to 1.
TOWELSI TOWKI.SI TWVnrH
"SelllnK offtho cntlm aloetr at a trifle over half price.
Tim els from lelntaiiptolt.
NAPKlMrt, IHIVI.UX, all reduced.
OUR OWN 1JIPOHTATION.
Ttlll of lading aud custom bonso receipts Just re
ceived, and will open oil TGI HIIAY MOilNINO
asOJOwortllofllAMIIUKO l.MllltlllllKUV . Thexc
win ordered last Jur.i from thu other side The
f:oods have since advunceil 20 per cent. Therefore,
00k out for
33jCUXl2-A.13Xa I-THlTi MUST BH SOLDI
All our I'ANCV GOOIM, such us
SUtlta,ITiiclrrssral, Hosiery, Closes, llnllcl
kerrlilefii, IVlngcH, l'nsseiiicjitrrlea,
all rectiiccil, somo waj below cost,
1 OOOdoren Ijidles' lleuuncd Pure I.INHV HAND
KFItCHIl.I-'H, three for2.1cenl. Moaior tbe-seare
worth '2Tt cents i acli
We bavo still about DO dosen Men's (II HMAN
LINKS HANIlKEItC IIILlM.whlellwosnllalllast
year at Pi re ills, and which aavcsuelisntlsf irtiou that
every one who bought them recommended them to
their friends. T hews wo havnrt duces! to i2Sceiit
W o havn ulso about three casivi or IjuIIca' J INKN
for ttin last six months, 1 hey must bo sold.
nun t r.NT.s niiai.i, in; tiii; nii'ii:
Otirlt-rrnt Utittoii HUh UUmorooompletolliniiprrr,
Ulrtthf) talk nfilm nuintrj.rtrry nuill brlniclnnror
drrnfroin rrrj SUitt'or tho Union Mnnynftlnnft
Iliiilo!i$Hro rtMullM In tliln untl otlur cUlestit fl iM.r
rlox4.ii. Ut uiunbcr, Uio must be nold.
Wo do not mako tbo rnluctlons for pi ensure, but
tuiotir tiiillsllncsliAll boftgrnn-l tilTlilr, we promtso to
opi n lMUhn
Grander Stock, and All New,
LAHSBURGH Sl BROTHER,
4UI aud 10(1 Sin on lit Street.
Sealskin DOLMANS and
SacquGs, Fur-linod Circulars
and Dolmans, Muffs, Coaoh
ors, and Collars.
Gontlomon's Dross Hats,
Gontlomon's Opora Hats, Uni
brollas, and Canes.
B. H. STINEMETZ,
1237 Pennsylvania avenuo,
next to cor. 13th st.
3IISS ANNT11 If. IllDiriLEItY,
430 Truth Stirrl XoithwcHt,
MAKES CORSETS to ORDER
isi'raAiuu ov on vilw:
Vrrticlk Hand MmluUmlrrclotlilnK
Merino lliuli'iwi tr, inrliidliiK Union HulK
1 rciirh, 1 iiftllli. iiml (lertnuii llnsUry.
1'Atint Hboulder Urminiiml utl lUt&t lterorm
Imiiorml and Domrtto Cored, from tbe beat
iniiniiiactiircrK In Urn world
ConscttiiiituJotonrdir. In tcr ntyln and mo
lorlnh nnd pcrlixt iitjj;iiiini!iti(il.
J)3 l'renrb, Urrnuin, nud imtiluh Hpokcn.
FAIRBROTHER & DAVIS,
o. hjh m:w ohic avkmik.
Pur 1- venltiu; und l'urty Wear. Ja5
Tlolmans, Paletots, Turin Iii.hikI Hulls, Cljlldren'a anil
IbolArEPst ami licst Anxorlmontln the City.
M. W I Mil AN,
roil'enn l onla avenun
7 Clin TrcvlM. Tsrli. nol
MISS REBECCA HOOD
(liATi: iim:. immkh.ans;,
13 East Seventeenth Street, New York City,
For tlio Si'ithon,
1219 F Street Northwest,
Ilctween Twelfth mill Thirteenth,
A IIANIWOMK ASsOHTMUNT Ot'
Imported Drosses, Wraps, Novel
Orders taken and promptly eierutnl.
EKS. a. V. SLITI-I,
018 Ninth Slroct Northwcht,
Will have this wuiilh u full stock cf
Old Liulics' Cis and Kciuldrcssos.
Also complete stoi k or
yonrniNTiNu at Tin: naiionai. nui'Uii
J'lCAtl DtlNrlNO 1XTA1118IIM1WT. 00011
WOltK AT HKABONAOUS J-ltJOlW.
'-,3 Sm ill.
All tho drawings will hereafter bo under Ibc ex
clusive supervision and c-onlrol of or.Nl'It.M.S 0.
T. BRAUllhO MID niul Jl HAL A. liAHI..
AnPf.l.NnllXSPIMtltTIIMTV TO WI.V A
IVHTTUNK SI COM) Gil V.NI) DIKT ttlntj TION',
CMfVt II. AT MSW OIIM'ANM, ON TUHSD VY,
FritltlTAItVll, ISHi-lll.t Moutbly Drawing.
Louisiiina State Lottory Compariy
Incorporated In 111 for M vears by tha lpclslatiirc
for Islnc-aifoimt nnd ( horllablo piirisusffi with a c tpl
utol lliuiut-lo svhlcli n n-serve fund of IMfiX)
hasstneo been added
Itvnn overwhi lining popular vote lis franchlscwas
made a part of the present Mate t onsittulleui, tuloptisl
Derember 2, A II iTll
ll llrniiil Nlnglo Aumlici tlrnvtliigsc will
take placo mom hly.
Jt lirxtr drnfs or fin'tporvs.
7,00 at tbn following dlstrltnitlon
Cnpllnl 1'rlir, STn.ond.
IfO.OOOTICKKTS VT TWO DOI,l,AHH KACII.
iiai.p riuKirrsi.oNr. hoi,i,aiu
LIST OK P1H71WI
1 Capital I'rlrc ... ..., .. ... ... . two
I Caplial Piiro ...- . iui'
1 lapllal Prlre ... ,. ... rmi
2 1-rlrrs of (:. '.l... . MsT
a I rites of I 000 . . . . 0"W
50 l-rltntnf ACS) ... . 10 OsO
im frlreaof lti .. 10 isai
a Prls-rsor no ..... . mow
nn Prlrmof 20 ltioo
I.C0O Prlreaof to 10 tug
t Approilmatlon Prises of M0 . . . 2,-no
9 Approslinatlon Prlresor 2dl ... ... lssi
9 Approximation Prlrcs or tOve . .. wt
1A7 rrlres, amounting lo- ... . . llo.torl
Itesoonslble oorresnondlnff at-elilfl wantisl nt all
points, to w honi llbt tut rompensAllon w 111 bn iiald
lor further Informitton wrlto clearly, giving bill
odclrerca send orelers.hv express or lleflsirrst Let
ter, or Monev Order by mall, addressed tmtv to
.VI. A. IMin-III.V.
2sctv lrlrnna, l.n.,
orlf. A. IIH1IIIV.
1X7 s n Siilli-Nlicet, ClitriiK", III.,
or 4. 1', null il 14 II.
003 IViurlrrnlli I root li. vr..
Tbe New York Office la removed to ( hlcngo,
N. 11. Onlera addrrvsedloie- Orleans will recelvo
The particular attention at IV ruUle I tsUtd tn Utt
tact that Vie entire number nt the Ttekdtor each
Monthly Drawing U soef, ami cnrucquenltu all Me
prizcn in each drtiicrnf; are tof.I onelrnHiT anit paUl
-:- Otln. -:-
roi'ui.Ait piotiii,v nm.wi.vo
Commonwealth Distribution Co.,
In the city of Loulas Ulo, on
TUKSIJAY, .TANtlAUV al, 1RSS.
Tbrae drawlnia ocrur monttily (HaiiilajacK-pptM)
nndrr t mvlslonn of an act of the (Icnf-ra! Asscmbl
Tho Unlird Ptatoa CImilt Court, on March 31, run
d rssl tbo fullowlm: nccllon l
First Tliat tho commons faith Distribution Com
pany la lejral
Hsx-oml Itailrawltifrsarc fair,
1 hlsroniiiuiy linn now on hand alarcproscrvfl nind
lira! carefully tho list of prlrcs for th
1 frit ... -
1 rrire. . - ... .......
1 1'rlw . .
10 l'rlrcs, Jt.ocjo curll .... . ..........- .. .
2ii I rises, mo each H ...
101 1 acli ... , .... ....... r
M each . H H , H . , ,
Slcach ,H.H w ..
10 each ........
lOOiacli, " "
Wbolo ticks ts, f :
f 1 11,(00
lialfttekcts.lti 27 lli'kcts,XI,
IU lull money or hank il raft by letter, or aeitd by ex-pri-o
IX)N"l'HFNIl 11Y ltMlISIl Rhll I 17PH It
or l'Dtn Ol 1 I UK OIlliKrt. Orilcraoffliindiiimaril
byexpresstan besent at onr espouse AUdrcwiallor
ilcm ui It M. UUAUIiMAN Conrli r-Journal build
bur. Louisville. Ky .or It M. 110 HUM AN,3ai Ilrorxl
way, New York i or J, W. U1.A11K, IM) tl street nortb
sveia, and UJ1 l'cnasylvruita avi line
(GOULI) &, CO.'S)
.Tnnunry 2t, 1882.
Number for TCnmbfr nnd Vtlro for J'rtso, 1th S3)
Ji3,00(r lUM-OXb-O-JO i'llliCCS.
. . 1.HSI
4 I'ririsnl f.110 1 icli
701'rlieaof Jtuctt li
ttioi riw-ioi no eucu
aAnrinslniattonsofl4)cach totholl rcninlti.
Inrr mills of tho satuoioaathoonoilnm
Ina lln (Vol..... .... ...
2Approxlnntlons of ir caehtotho number
iirecedinx nnd tollowlnir Ihoonodrnwlnr;
(210 rrlres as above, being; tho full number In
tltAllool llnana and
230 Additional 1'ilr.oiortl men to IhoI.TOtlclicts
bavlnmuieuitlnz numbers tho two termi
nal units or the nuintstr dmwIiiR tho Cunt
tul I rlr.o of (6,V . . . ... 1,150
morriaea, amountlnfr to . ........ ..M23,2G0
Tlcllcl", S-l. Ilulscs,gt.
alt, ritizr-ft r iii on i'itnai:vra.TioN.
TIcXci No. 22.171 (Ihe Capital I'rlso) In Clan imj.
Dectmbcr a. IM1, wus solilbiie-half In rtrownsvllle,
lexus, and one-imlf in MaUmoros, Mi atco
l'or Information, ,tc , applj to
.JOHN . I'l.Alllf,
CUNcwJcrsc riMuue nortlivtestor IK1 1'cnnaylva-
iiiuLiiiii- iu;uiii,iuu, 1, i
Louisiana State Lottery, CopimoimeaII.lt Dis
tiibulioii Compafiy, and Littlo iiauoa
J. VT. OIjA.IIC,
CIlNew JfMpynvenim norllmnt or US! I'ciinsjUa
11U uvi mif npia
STANDARD BLACK CLOTH
DP-.S SUIT .
410 7th St.
DEVLIN & CO.,
Leading Hew York Merchant Tailors,
havo at all times a full lino of
Samples of thoir immonso
stock of Pieco Goods at thoir
Thoy oxhibil this wintor
over iivo hundrod different
stylos and pattorns from
which to mako solootions.
All Roods aro mado up at tho
Now York house.
1020 P stroot.
Senators, Members of Congress and Otners,
vou this I'lMssr siauh
J'LACh, A OUIl OIIDI.HS WITH
GEO. T. KKUN,
noSO-tl 411 Mnlli Street.
I'lslr. Clark A l'lajwaliilmt Novelll In Onllo
inpii'ncilovt'nuiil .N,-LUiur. HuiuUiiiiiely -nibrukt-unit
HUW huspemltfpi, lu luncy iuiiwi I'lushSiarri.
UpdiyrafTs I ur ioiiiwJ Cllavra,btlk llaiulfccrcliurs!
hiiirr lliiies, Umbrullas, uua u full auil coiupleto
TIIOtirSON'S SIUHT FACfOUY,
1110 v ninui.v Auitiiiwur,
. , 10 on
JIOOKH ANT) STATIONKUV.
NEW LAW BOOKS.
rhflllna' Jfanuftl "nprcmo Court Drelflons . , l(lf
Walker's nigral of I'niflon lawsaml IKclslon", 1 Crt
Amcrlcjiu l'rolsato Ilcisorts, Vol.l 6 CO
May ou Insurance, at Fillllun . . .. ...... DM
OilKCM on Blander arid I Ihel . ., . C0
Thatcher's Mgcst "iupremo Court 1'ractlcc... . iV
Rlory on Agency, Olli edition ., OCO
Clnrko's llrowno on t'sosca aril Customs , JW
UWiopon Criminal Law, 3 vols., Tlh Million . 11 (O
lllddlc'a Tho Ijw of fclock llrokers to)
German Fmors Almiys in Stock.
Inn visitino caiids riiiNTtiJ iiioji
W. H. MORRISON,
I,r Ilnoksetlrr mill fltntloiirr,
Jatl (73 IVnnsylcanlansenni
M. W. GALT, BRO. & CO.,
Jowolors and Silvorsmiths,
havo in thoir Stationory Do
partmont tho finost Plain,
Mourning, and Fancy Writ
ing Fapors, Corrcspondonco
Cards, Guest Cards, Monus,
&o. Arms, Crests, Mono
grams, Wedding Invitations,
Visiting and Rocoption Cards
1107 Fonna. avo.
MENUS AND GUEST CARDS
ov thi: lathst htylhs.
HOLIDAY GOODS AT LOWEST FIGURES.
JAMES .1. CHAPMAN,
Oil 1'rniift) Haul Avfitttr
rtrnnch nni-nfflort ToriX n Opf riu?Iop Qpgvtf
at Lovirr ruicrn,
IUck n.iniboniof Ihf
SFARWRAyii tlAKKt IGQUAnr MiinAnim
consUntljrnn hand At
SlIIXMOTOVlS nfMIK STOItl
JalO Corner Foiir-onil w Iinlfwt. nnd IV nn n.
GilYBookM, Jiivoiillo' Toy lioolcfia
and Doro'H Illustrated KooUr.
IN OUVP, SWISS, ANIl JAFANESU GOODS
in nniUT VAitiirrv.
Al llic I.ovtf-al 1'nsli I'rlcos,
j. dTpree, jr.,
I'NIrcct, opp. IliliKI llnusc.
delo-tr AND IIT1I AND 1TNN AVE,
FOR NEW YEAR'S.
Genuine Jaa and
Cliorolatcs and Cocoa.
A Full Assortment of Wines and Liquors.
B. W. REED'S SONS,
12:6 F street northwest.
Entire Wheat Flour.
Tho (Mitlro of thn wheat kernel, Jnclndlnc tho bran
but i.innUHl of th nolv, Innulrlttoui hunk, reduce I
tou 1 lour of iviii tlnuiftu.
All tho minora! nnd fool nmperUea of tho wheat
oru In this 1 lutir
JOHN II. 3IA(,ItUI)KH,
1417 New Yorlc Avenue.
A Card from Wm. M. Gait & Co.
7311 iwr riiKMirvr von nin niwr iivnuni.
J1 of Hour Jim Im from Hnrlnc V.l.Mt tUU day
awanlcl tn pnlrj Nn. Jt.ln H-iiloti SCIiuui 3 Dv
larttmrit X, luWm. il (Ut.tLVi.
MtiiNwrtnur linn In, hi Iho Nntlnnnl Fulr flronnin
or the Ulitrlct of Columbia, thli Hih dav nf 'Motr,
mi, I M UMAIttOV
V ! NI.WI OMIJt.
JOHN 1 NKWMAVN", ,
AttMti Tk rnnytniH Vimim
1H. riid ahoPHiienllnun I lour li f'lHlFX tho
crlehralwl Mtitntuttt r.4tnt I'n-cow 1 lour, which,
waauuurilril Hut fltiin inlmnnKulnitiiil ut!iercoti
pctlUirtt ut thn Niitloual I ntr In unuunt ihi foM
nmtnJ),atHl now tn!n In 1M tint minpiHUInn In.
lour wusinrmlnly a vor llvily nnu thin yrar, and
tliopren.tuni wus wi ItcontrnUil furthtu It wuvslni
lilynn UiiposMlblltt) to twul LKItIM nnd tin nhovi
prciiuuin lunv nwuriiiti la tiu iui iiiih uiiunit-r in-
tnnpli to the niatnlllccnt nmrwiN thld bo ci lebritwl
lour iiw ffriiiii)! in iiiin rtuum wiiu y
p(uldatsj rwpettitilly mention tho tact that
Mrn K 1 An Irntm rei o1nl Iho lint prcinlum for
the hnudHotn't rnllt nnd tiUoult on exhlhitlon, and
lh) wem nmto ofil Ill ri-dUlt, whkli Uunly
another proof tlmt Unundu A No 1 ivnione tho hgB
Mlnni-Hdla l'ltul 1 lour known ui tho trulr
X or biiIo bv utl llr-it clam croccm.
WM. M. GALT& CO.,
Corner Vlrst St. ami liitlianii Avo.
tlOHN K. KKLLY,
Dialer lu lint clans
Reel', Iimnb, Wal, Iiliilton, &c.
ciiiiNri) in-rr a Hwcuivn.
RUlUlKa, i', nnilkl) (iiilrn JlHrltit Ninth str
wlnc.iiiul Jim una Vn firiheni I Hiorir JUrkcti or
mlilri-vi lloi "I, I II) l'oitM.lllo-. Mitikcilligilollvirwl
tree of cliurcu to all puns of tho city Jwnf
Our Now risnlnir Mill. Huh ami Daor rcinryls
now In full opi nuloii It ts onu of thu lurvtMt rtiul
luaUroiu)lelolulhecflunlr) Our MACIUNUKVW
tliovtr) Imtt, with all thu luiit liupruvonu nu Wa
implov only skllleil wnrkimn, aul Kimrnntei our
mirk llrst rlavi tnnro prcjmnsl tu iluihollnat
khulofwork nnUiui llouw IluUhlui;, Cliurth aud
Ca"bliot "'Worlc a Spsclalty
Wo cordially ink. all who aro Inwant ot such -ork
tORlviisuiioipurlunll of lomnelliib' Willi facturCa
nuiHliln of our city o ir stock of Y.umtior I, thn
JHnriiii and must coinpleta lu Urn illy, cmbraiiiu ull
Ourassortiutntof Hard wood euibrUvO!
ijsli. OPoplar, Jsc.,
pf every thlcknpM In FIKlltlNtl woomr snsoal
lliiluceuitnls, luitli lit Vlruliilu, I'itu) unit HorlJa nil
uuruwii inuhufailure, aul e iriurauiKi the umlch
luiruuil wurklnir ncrfivl. Our rioorlus Is no pllod wa
tiiKlveany wldlhs. frnmSto u tuchiu. Our urlcus
furulturuasluw U.11UU boliud.
Estlsaatoa osa. vEill "Vorls
rvctlvo our prompt attention.
E. E. JACKSON & CO.,
Coxaior Oliio Av. exxi.cL Tliir
toositb. St. IT. -W.
InVlUlV HIM ItUTION OK I'tttNTINO
!i A'l ItUAhON UII.I1 HAIIJi
AT ritE 1UTUIU.IOAN UHIUC