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TIIE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 21, iHfln. HWJ4MH-s; - o3K-iS. M The Daily Critic Tht Onlp Ptmorrtittt Daily Piper Pnb Unhtd at WmMnffton. i , . Bscanv arirnmmo wtiTOi-f!t eattie cfjttA2Y. f FFfCl: WMRIMMM tt 8. O. lMflinHw(ttiMiKi isn lBWMh. ... ftnttewrn the crty. month ,m, fimeitiTic, wesMttftett, 8. c. WjgWIWTWII, I). 0.. J0 Si. 1SW. JlArtMSOH'S OSOLAltATfOM. Is He of the fact tkat toe statement jntWhfcetl la Ths CWto h WerltMB Ssj, wMin iretrefiiitv- aceeptwl m oit net, kas had doubt throws upon it In Mtlatft quarters where the wtsk H fftther o the tkottckt, and In certain others IrtM beta received vrttk some signs of ifceptlcfem, Tub Critic feel tkat it Is TtekHlWji no cottrWeirr It row jmbllsh !ftg Ike name of dm gentleman to whottt Ike President made the statement re ferred to, to-wit- 1 am not here for tho rnrp.ie of aetlfl tn ike Merest of myself or of my part1, but In the interest of the whole country and the fwwpte. when nvy term I onl t esneet to re I em te indttrtspotli ami rectum the eractiee ofMw. Tk tentleman Is Mr. James II. 'WtwtJftttl, now a resident of Oakland, Cal., and the agent on the Pacific Ooaet of the Wabash Nsliwav system. The J'reaMentemUtr Wocslanl ate okl-lime rBl ami political friends. The Wit ( tcr was in this city on business for some tJajn recently. While here he called upon his old friend. Not wanting any fttfiennewas received with as winch ccrrllalllr ae the President ever shows to any one. They talked freely upon various matters, among them the silver question. Mr. "Woodard.wlio Is Imbued with the extreme "Western views, and vi ho i withal a slirewil ami farseelng political observer, urged upon the President the policy, from both a per Minal and party point of view, of slxulng a fiee-coinage bill should one be passed by Congress. The President's answer wanasrrabiitberi in Th Chitic. The j'treliitiit has expressed similar vhsws, and annonneed a similar intention to rtht r personal and political friends he Wts Mr. Woodanl. There seems, therefore, no reason to tlr-ufct President Harrison's intentions as lo the Free-Coinage bill, nor bis plans fi'i the future. , " PltO HOXO PUBLICO." Our esteemed Pott continues to dwell upon the so-calleil fact that the Pena ryivanla Railroad Company seeks only the most reasonable and obviously proper concessions from the city. In a inore than usually powerful editorial title morning, the J'ott says: The Baltimore ami Potomac occupies no t)Ule jeoferty tscetK In pursuance of Uw, aa4 asks Is the Atkln-oii bill for an rhrht to occupy public property, but (Imp)? for the rfetbt wkJeh railroad have nvytvttr e), te provWe Itself, at Its own ibiw, with Uhl abelHtelraewwrr to enable It te eoadaet It bu!uw for tbe beaat of the rWe. Of course, nothing could be more Ltullful than this spectacle of a great railroad corporation anlmatotl by the MgH and unseiflsh purpose of bene fiting the puyic. The "puUte." how nvw, have aeeerutlned by experience that It is extremely uawke to let the railroads deeide in such eases a to what eowtitutea their benefit. 3IubI ripaHtiee have, for some years back, been la the habit of deciding these mtiefs for themselves, and they have found it greatly to their advantage. The issue in this controversy, there fore, U whether the city of Waiblag- ten, through iu representative bodies and leading citisese, or the Pennsyl vania Railroad Company, through its eWcfade, shall be allowed to say what is heat for Washington la the matter of the Atkinson hill. We hardly think thereto muek room for doubt in the ptewUei, nor do we apprehend that CoegitM will Had any. CO.MM.AIXTS OF Till CENSUS. Of ecurte, Uure always have been, aid. no doutu, always will be com fminte ifclalive to th riniui. the uua ir in Hhkh It is eswailas, the nor ms1 of the coHBlltag eorps, etc, ite.. hm to really seems teyu that th Wnippilnii a Isudsr, more ntunfoua ajkji mawe pm& this year than ever Whsstkertfais is becauae the great wwsww m our potwlaikm ajsd the num IsV s4 ensMpkatty of timUams lobe toebsded, have ejuwdam the llmHattaas kb keeaius) Crtsnnsfasioamr Porter ha Wdanented to supplam tkat ss4mmm k a number uf Improvemante and SKKsMmH at W own, the fad remains Ik tk dtantltefartton H wWeaptead MMsl glHnVlUgemlg. fm may he wwvoUaMc, kghh cxatainiy an fortunate, A ceaaus cm kff8fHtk) vaiim, but raikex a sn4- IgP ggWw "w eHgf em ew X9WwW SBw Crf UW ffBBlit it Wftllkm nmtt " ewmemmwn ww mpme gjgp to have no eamaua at aM JKUw 3e la which tkjpopbj CejmmisesoBsr Potter wttl am rnmiitr for she anoca kk V IJgieggWgew mlPnl MWgjgegaHpppm nyp VtmllaB is made. We iruat ks) , tkat nasi we hope tkat all PiW wWee nmBr eg wapw VsmMHw wW Mfillkf, 91mS CtimmUiA W ns iiwtsT W sBgewep w nmlsV finf Qmmf jgUliQsSAsI BsltnmWCamW "" sggsnn npneWPsV mwlS p W wspp JjPpmm W MmmpVHP wH tote enUnmef ami to cu- tisur. kwxoji wkgjatitis ae kdtosjta tg snaiiBins)fii f 'ftwrntyftf fpifrt!r Jt6 m afca tsee tntaasion of eVirjaMtiaw nn aannto take us U Hinwi Wcctfcm wii wntackiH them, aai naae It '"" Mamft at ahMvee to emi. These neav main la wt wrfflfttr to tna rt e Irosn the Wtmac ca.u-us wMch .i b " uiummiu uj uc Pcrafe l to Ffinre the rrm tment nf an rlrrtlon lnw !n t'mc to rmve H spply to the Tir-xi ron(rri'',i'fo'''i' ererttons. Tbt Will nnflonWeitly frolne; the stoii conrtder My, hrrt tfce (Jttermlnt1r of the Rppnh Itran hte ts to pats tbe Mil. There wtll he no atttwpt to prevtrrt swipl (tebar. Tti tnteMkm ts to offer tfte Dewoeratle Me !l the time that can, hy anyfutr Inter rrttatton of !itnrttty, t neetfert for full rttaewtsrott. 'tTtta win not, of corns, fo clwM freeAora to taPJt for the efMent rw ptt of eonswntng time, and preventing setton tt thie spectes of BTthneter ftif. there will tie no rifsgntse on titc part of the RepwMteam as to tfcefr pwrposee & the ! wtll te fully tnformet! of tbe rmrpose to al to tftne for tfte fullest detrnte. Bnt it fs sis certain Ifcat the Repnhtleans will, at IN emt of writ ttrne, take nwsawres to w rttre a vote. This may rtqnfre a new ni'e, bot tlstre Is a mfftetetit maorlty to alopt it. It is eafTy rren Irom this thnt the s -sfoh 1 Bkly to fm a h,g one. The ttonse, under its tnlea, ran easily dispose of the KleeMon bH in a few itajs. The present tettef ta that the fenate can reach a vote npon ft wtthm two month after taking- It op, inehntnur the tttn whit may he nee let! to pan a mte to reach ft. The frMrcatfom now are that the Repahttrans of the Senate wtll remain tn Station until a .Xsttonal Krftfon law has been enacted." We are sorry to see this (teetsratton matte hy a man of ttenera! flovtiton'g Mgh char acter, for any rtwlarallon made by Mm Is Very apt to t-e tree and ts sore to he sin cere. We shall contlnne to hope, how ever, that wiser counsels will In the end prevail, and that the Senate may refhee to sanction the mischievous and wicked plans of Speaker Reed. It i sot MKiti.r that anybody cares how many meetings the colored folks hold, or how londly they denounce the prose cuting attorney, Mr. Arines, for refusing to ptosecnte OfBcer lean. They are a fever Isfe people, and, slnoe they must palpitate about something, why not about Messrs. Armeasnd Dean f But It h to ba hoped that District Attorney lloge is not giving any sertou conaldt-ratlon to the outcry against Mr. Ames. The prosecution of Police Officer Dean was cut short, Iwcause It appeared, upon Inquiry, that he had not committed the act of which he was accused. Stimeliodj rlnblietl the negro, Hutchinson, of course. He was clubbed, nn.l thonxilily ell-clubbed at that, and naturally there mnst have been a person at the oilier end of the locust, lint, since Officer Dean did not do It, why should lie be proaecuted.for It, and why should Attorney Armes be pun ished for entering a nnf. ires. In faror of sn Innocent man ? Tbe whole agitation Is absurd and impertinent, ami any pubtle officer who pays attention to it will make himself ridiculous. K.i, McVally A Co, llsbcs a book by M. V. ofChtcaco pub Seymon called -iimun." mis is me story or a young s.irl wbOM) inotherbavlng lwcn convertwl to Caiboltclsm is discarded by her hus'tand atd her own family, who are devote 1 Church of England adherents. lUr only child, a daughter, follows In her fo-ristens, aid wmw jnt rnlvringwoaMnboodsacri nets wtaltli, home and family to become a slater of charily. 1 he story is Iu nowise seiisatlottol.atMlall ends happily when ttw whole family arv wnn over to the Hoinaw Catholic Churih. Jon CixNo, Tnn old Illlnola smooth loir, said during tbe debate yesterday, "I am curious to see" "Y,sald a man In the gallery, "yes. If jou mean that you are a euriosity to look at jou are mighty right." IN THE LOBBIES, K. Hrndcrseu. Cincinnati; Jl. V. Kng "H J?llJ'..,)- n. ilawklnsviile, f! ; ? T. 8. Ornery, Weldon, N. U, areat the Mttrojiolttau. Coloiwl K. I'. Howell of the Atlanta Ctoa 'lUuii rri,v,l jestefday and registered at tbe Metropolitan. Colonel X. K. Youn-nf Nth iVr..n..a srriyed tbh Morning and registered at tbe MtiotiBl. Ibe Colomd l on bis way to Saratoga. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. Taniwa. litNutim v . l; WWe, Beaver Falls, Pa,; W. helby, jr., Columbus, and O. V. tirifltn, Chicago, are stopiiBg at the National. M. P. Donoboe and James L. Murse, New lorfc; tlwwga K. Eggert, Asbvllte, N C, and J. S. llaekley, TSt. Louta, are regts ttred at the St. James. Kd. (i. WaUrs, Boston; I). Kogere and wife, Vorct4erj E. 0. .Needbam, Oska loosa, Iowa, and XV. H. Tlgney, are stoo ping at tbe Hotel Jobnsou. " C. II. Crosby, Cbieago; W. W, Swan, BoMon, and C. P. MseJ.eao, New York, are at W or nilay't. Mr. aid Mrs. Jobs H. turuuiiiu .1.1 Sf H V. lwrrojh, .Vewfmrt. K. J., and . n. Csnwe. ndladalnhJa. kav nun. mvnts at tbeArao. Am French and wife, Boston; Lome KonfeW. New York, am) It. U PeUs, Philadelphia, are at tbe Arlington. A -, Tmaley and wUe of Mebmoad are at the Hotel Johnson. Mr. TUmmv nas lost fomotrtea the U. 8. Court Ileus at Char totte, h. C., and Is bw to not in bbU on MVtral uther mtblie buildings to be emetad in North Carolina. Charles Carter, Richmond, Vs.; Henry V. Met, Grand Kapld. Mich., and C. F. Nw lon, Bioslklyn, u at the Hotel Imperial, M. M. McCuUouah asm Mies KetuMe Cnitowrb and Mr. and Mrs. WttUam Parlmr ofkrnA.wh.il, Ba., ai rtoptjing at the Nor- . -, T- "foser. Montoaa: K. B. Moore head, Lohmali, and J. B. King and wife, Louisvilln, we among the guests reidatered at Chamfcertta's. n-w Mr. and Mrs. V. asjrrwav. "iwtrms-. Fred H. Whiucle. jSSElHF BSftaT JaeiMmvUbt; 3. A. Booes and wise, j Bead, w stajing it WflLud's. man and Charms t. Teotfcsea, Haniamtrg, ue legwtesed at the KunUU. B, F. Howard and Ckseter Uoleomhe; Kew York; W. B. Cart, w1"t'Htt. fhhtJC and J. U Joans. Cnteajso. are at the Ulna CokMMd Matt F. Johnson of tissnnvttla aweamtttf uf tha WaatMtnnJ Blu hw uwea 1 momission, is at Us KM The Cofobal is here to help mcute an z ni"' improvement ex . V. M. Caifcto faatMa. Wash.; Tknataa wesxkrand jnarAtsr. T trrifr OkW 6a. asr Tor, aM segjsteted at tkn KMatt. V. Cole. r- HI I J wntf, s4onn. Ca ; 'W. itosW, dMtnc. Fa. ; M. D. KnixhL. Uurli re at the T righim " tm YABOf aUsMW. f b 0ni iteg toa saany ykaatom Anal idoion d usin ttotog4, - Bat mm soMewt aaiUt dear tfrfrtL n y 4rtJU tMia ntgit to m olketog is matant lanes, or twtenanv And mc awake our Uvea ans narteJ, . TU land of than vUiarlaud m nearer mr, ivr uni, ttgnt-rtd, 4 WO k! wu en ad jBirit liliiM tfWwg "irJH'y Save tw to Unas, stnee ana's eettnae Uid,iJJcW. In vUoMaJgkay I fed the return g uuj Una. THE WARS OF THE ROSES. Mew Jn :4re Uniwevenw RneM a WSMi ifWfNiwem iriscnesron, Ob aftcrTrwm recently a patty of memrr were eatcd on one of the town of the House- dinrmslng Eoglish htetrrry, when the conversation turned on th " Wars of the Kom ' Some doubt wm espresserl about the color of the roses worn respectively by the Itmwe of York and the Itorrte of Lancaster. Owe of the members hotly uvmifMted thnt the adherents of the Hormef Yotk wow th red rose, while another mwn-bet- was pqnalty as positive that it wat worn by the House of Lancaster. As the members wouM not owrcmhj that tbey might be in error ft was snggetted that the qneetlon be refetred to Judge Culberson nf Texas for settlement. '.Judge," asked owe of the party, "tell us whether It was the Ilnnse of York or the Howe of Lancaster that wore ihe red rose." The Judge sr-ratched his head fd re plied: "Oh, I don't know, ymt had bitter ask Jlnck Kllgnre. fie knows more arnmt botany than I do." Ami the members who heal been dl missing English history fainted. OPtHIQNB Of TOT TARIPF BILb- Frcm ftt Chnltmd Tfnln-fttH,r. We have not rmtrcetl that any Hermb lican organ lias denounced Mr. Itialne as a free-trader. Frvm ht .Vew Tori tfirnd. IJttl, great Ssolt I what a blow these two gentlemen have delivered at the MrKInley bill t It almost shivers our Umbers. Wim Ut Rvpittn Krptrtt. The decision Is unfortunate. The longer the enactment of a tariff Mil Is deferred the more dubious become, the prospect of a Hepubltcan victory next fall. JYem tht CMttuio IhroUl, The bill remains a monstrosity, and In Its passage through the Senate and through tbe conference committee which will determine its Muni shape it is iiaeiy to ue roaue worse rather tuan better. Fran th Xtir Yirl S'ttr. The Senate Finance Committee has made of the McKlnlev bill "a thine- of shreds and patches' principally shteds. Henry Clay would blush for such a body. Firm iht Xtw York Trihtim, The tat iff bill Is entitled to the voles oflhosc who honestly believe It a wise and beneficial measure. If any man so believes, and yet threatens to vote against It, ho Is guilty of a wrong 10 his patty and his country. Fnm Ik Xtw 1'erJt Time. The Senate Tariff bill is In some re specta less obnoxious than the original JlcKlnlcy monstrosity, but, on the whole, it Is a production of the same otdcr and affords no comfort to con sumers. ZFrnm tht CHcatjo lltmltl. The tariff and the trusts seem to hove a secUl splto against lloston. The JlcKlnley bill puis h tariff on beans, while, just as the law remilrlng Doston tipplers to order food with their drinks bus caused an enormous consumption ot crackers, an oppressive cracker trust Is announced. In view of such palp Ue proofs that Massachusetts is being made the special victim of the malice and greed id the trusts and monopolies, is it a wonder that the fine old common wealth should thrill with a desire for tariff reform? JOURNALISTIOAMaNITIfS Ft tht Chicago lhrat,l. Candidates who want to insure sue cess will endeavor hearnfter to induce the Trihnnt to oppose them. Fim tto Sum Fmiuttcm MqrUr. The CW s press will be twelve years and three months old next Sunday. Fiom tht XltmttwotU Apmil. It is a bate slander to state that Ed itor aiathea of the Ledger has string halted his whiz whl In learning to nlay "Little Annie Hooney" on It. It is still in excellent order. From tht SmtUt Journal. The esteemed Colonel VIstcher of the refulgent proboscis who publishes the excellent Fairbaven JleruM, ! en gaged in mighty war with a telegraph company. The Colonel Is an electric fighter. Ftom tht Omaha Bt The HvithtH should atear pUnr nf local topics and confine Itself to "The Marriage TroWeia" and "Protected JJIgbt Gowns," two branches of do mestic economy It is peculiarly qualltied to intelligently discus. From tht CUtttamt JiatHOuUtr. The brains or tbe LtmUr, like "grandfather's clock," top(d short never to go again When tbe old man died. From tht MmtfihU Aumt The efforts of the Nashville Bttmtr to boat the hew-gag and wallop the tom-tom are amusing la tbe extreme. Every time It essays to be severely grave iu jabber wok slip an eecentrfc. At tempting to boost a weak man bv bedev iling a strong man la a drearier task than gathering peach leaves in Decem ber. From tht WiuhUolo foa. stnallneae the Star "taken the and tbe oven. For eake" From tht Jtig Mar. The Star heartily eewnumda the tone of its conscience-stricken neighbor's (the WwhiauctOB iW) soliloquy. Be honest, then ! Drop the flimsy pre tense, km ago worn threadbare and torn to utters, that the railroad's bill U merely a harwieas freight measure! Cease the flagrant luWrepreseoiatiotu which seek to ah! tkn railroad bycreat ing discords among tke people ! Strip oaf the railroad's Bvery entiiely ! Kn nnsU, reftatsn, and you may pMbap ke urn peoples aavo- PERSONAL, kmnreas Augusta Victart of Gar nanny in utaWt isoam w little rank and is eon Hand to kar had. Kmneror WiUtnw kat kwai a decree p erwMting military eteetn to rtdn tkekr own hosaes fat nee. WUitetn Morris, tk KngJhm pant, decorative artist and aocUHat, to 5s5 years ohL CWan Jotfiu. who was snatnd bv the Chamber f Itevulitji far KosUwartse over neawtai jsouuusgsw, H from a dangerous iky camr. Lnsmaid K. Wiiaoa. who has ntivatn secretary & Mr. Suniey siace tkn hMUr last got out of tb woods, kt J B ewagea tn s stmibtr e Pcity by tke Sing of ik Behriaiw. Tkn Emperor ot Huaafat to bidlag a yocki, wkkk will be mm tk twice ttte ol tkn English royi vthi. nosing Siioamodattona lor Kd pnr- &q wmTtiaig, wta ooanna. exts k for iwsiiwn ii tkn Eanntifur -- mpmFeiPsi sen ejpaeiV'ntisis-se CM beip it. Bfifng the Mr. Stajuey in uuuiy nilu xivd by tke last few weeks Us of etkatMpf wot ks weu-wom from a mm. W. btnuey was by tke rcipt of k a4 ucb wrote 4$ lrfirlri Iptlsitf kf Pioteaao ferkuw of Ute low ejitate Vntvernky kaa tmhUihini a sows en tkled "ISeuain." Thus wko we votu pctcnt to ju.Jk any tkat U wlli mk. piat.e fvr iteelf iu liwmL.iK. we gJver THE NEW SOUTH. ITS SR1AT COMMMlQAh fH&FERTTY, REALIZED AUB TO ttXS, Mnt Witter ratttimne, ft ttntwrty rarty im, wiwim Kin it .tiwtwttc tvitn Men. .amoet II. ltmK. Hon. Samrrei It. Rrrck, formerly directOT-ireneral of the fw Or warn Ex position atrd now president ot th new Itomeland Company ami also general strpetintendent of the ew cfty of Kim ball, in the celebtarert SaquatchreV.il Iry of Esstern Tennteaee, m one of the recent arrivals at WHIatd's. His prominent connection with great south r-m enterprises has given him a peculiar insiaht of the present status and proi peels of that section. In reply to a Cnrrtc reporter he said: "Under the ptxeeht quiet condition of political af fair attention has been directed to the ?:renl atlvantages offered by the South rr the invrstment of capital and the influx of Immigration. Men of ability and means who have traveled ilirounh Ihe South and become acquainted with its marvelous natural resources are dis posed to take advantage of the oppor tnnltles offered, and the result has been Ihe organisation of a great many land companies and new town schemes which are based on real merit There i no conhtry on the face of the earth. In my opinion, that combines such ad vantages of climate, mineral ami agrl cultural retoutccs and transportation facilities as exist between Charlottes ville, Va., Birmingham, Ala., and At lanta, Ga. It Is one of the finest cnun tiles In the world, environed, as It is, with hills and mountains full of the richest minerals. "Duilng the past few years, and par ticularly during the last year, eastern and foreign capital, controlled by men of brains and influence, has taken hold of these magnificent opportunities, and and I am confident that the next few years win euow a new era ot development as remarkable as that on the 1'aclHo Coast In 1I0. "The South has nothing but open hi 1110 mm iiwpiiiny mr aii noon crmitxs who cotnc In good faith to take part In the new development. Wo have an Illustration of the confidence, not onlv of our own capitalists but also foreign capitalists, who have Just started the new city of Kimball, on the Tennessee Klver, at the mouth of the Sequatchie Valley, about forty miles front Chattanooga liils company owns ftl.OOO acres of land In on compact body containing 180,000,000 tons red heniilite iron ore, 100,000,000 tons of brown hemitlto ore, and fcOO.000,000 tons of coal. Of this piopeny rn.uw acres aro ooveml with fine timber, and 5,000 arre tiutwei'n tnc Ti-nncsseo ltivor and the mineral belt is rich agriitiltural land on which the city ite is located. "It has been said by wiser mm than myself, end I repeat It In jverfi-ct Lood faith. lIiMl thia urom-Hi- U n nrln. rlpnllty In liwlf, which cannot be found nijwhirv ile on earth, containing as It dots tvttyiMng necessary for TltK HK.HKhT HKt.HKK or IMtlx.WItsS and civilisation. It was selected by people of the vicinity, ami Colonel ll. I. Kimball was called to the head and has succeeded In Interesting Knttllsh capitalists in the organisation or a company with a capital of iJ.'I.OOO.OOO. of which $3,000,000 Is to remain In the treasury for purposes of development. I here Is a similar organisation based " K$fll,u T1 l Jlhldleborough, Ky. This Is only one of the many op portunltles ihat this vast country pro tents to cnplial for profitable Investment. "If foreigners, under lh o,H-lru .if Ihclr sagacious representatives, aro plac- iu? iuiir money in tiiese southern properties it is quite evident to every thinking man that Northern capitalists, disabused of stctlonal prejudice ami having confidence In a wise and patriotic Government of the whole country would not bo slow to march Into this deb ami comparatively unoccupied Held awl reap the harvest. EFFECT OF Til K fKDKRAI. ELKCTION WW "What in you opinion would be the effect of the passage of the proposed Federal Llection law upon the material progress of the New South?" "Any law that would seem to be di rected especially at any one portion of the i-utiuiry wouiu not only tern! to cheek this great development, but would go far to close the coffers of the North and East, and prevent the investment of capi tal, that is not now earning Interest, in places where It could soon double itself. This would be a double calamity, for it would check the praiseworthy efforts of the Southern people to develop their wonderful natural resources, and at tbe same time deprive Northern capitalists of unparalleled opportunities. "The people of the South are just starting on an era of very great nroe- riily, are eontented and happy, and it difficult to understand how any think ing man, divested of prejudice ami sel fish motives, should desire to disturb tbe present happy condition by an at tempt, through national legujaiioa, to interfere with -State eJeetiosu. which legislation would necessarily lead to domestic turmoils, riots and disaster." liancer In the Oaueun. 'lci tht .Saltuuai Dtmtkrut. The Houan of IteornienteUvee has ceased to ke a deliberative body; noani by tke Nenablkan cnueua hi a ikitb etative body, it la a body outaitk of tkn law and tkn CoaMtUuttM, tkn Hotsw kae eeaiatl to dnttkatate. to debate and mdy retriateN tkn ikcrees of tkn entteua. A few years U Bend and tke present Knfnibliean liouan of Renee ti-nlarives and GuvkruuiMiii of k ua. fne, m taw peope ana lor use ueo, wottki Bwrtsk front tke Uaiud StaUa. IImwUsi: Tut !. Ftom Ih UasUtum ftiiUt-jfroattr- Stvtral cittes and town in tkn State uc cosnpjainmg 0 an inacurakji cen sus. These a kowl about tke aaae matter in this town, but how tkn people can tell at thbj tun tkat tk census k sot rkjdU is wkat hotter us, lor ao nmaw kn wy knowUtdgn of tltnt but tb eeaatkt enuttvereiors. and tkey w sot allowed to divulgn ueW amy esnctMSMnrunees. AH XtUMW U t u Fnm Hit JMunom Torn. It k) ijute hVtmhJtemi like to Ita- btil jugjcl a -wNarpiMMnJan." Tksicn WW m fosnproadse .bout it. tuck tk soldiers. It U aii stahoA U tkk to w tke toadje vote, mi knn now 4ahf)y vWajtai mm. T twt Is aU TJknf MaUJitH- M leltam ""--"- Vu tin UundfitM TticijfutA. A tomtverator akouko akoutkif buaiwas 00 mmm& things Inlsisrt. taw to kicking over tk regatta an tn kf nke vast mr of TT-nitfiraliins And i iiiiaaimntr FwUr wenry DGFONT AND HIS BARMAID. The Arrstoeratie Tewnic Delaware Jtrfhc nr Home. Wiiwiwotos. Urn,., .Tune Si. Maurice trnpont. a member of the Arm of Delaware powder magnates, qnretly drove thronsh Dupont Banks a few days ago and up to the family home stead, with him was his pretty bride ' Totty," the barmaid ot the Httfe Irish hotel in (Iwehttowo. Young Duprmt is one of a jmmd, im pctwou. big nearteXl nrco. When his marriage to the handsome Irleh bar maid was made known It was supposed that bis family would repudiate Man rire, although the young man Is Imle rtndr ntly rich. He is in fact a partner In the powder firm. Such a repudia tion on the part of his relatives would have meat t social ostracism on both sh:es of the water. To the intense sur prise and delight of the villagers, hov ever, the great doors of the old manor house beneath whose roof Maurice Do pont wss bom were flung back to re ceive the young couple. The arrival occurred on a Saturday nfeht. Ihipnnt'a friends, young ami old, hurtled In from Ihofr homes on the Jtramlrwlne's slope to welcome their dashing young kinsman ami his sweet Irish bride. eh . IRtTOKS TALK OF RETALIATION. Xotlrc In rnrltnmrnt of a Protect .clnt tho Atnerlcnii Tiirlir, Lohikht, June 21 In the House of Commons last night Mr Charles Howard Vincent (Conservative), memlier for Central Sheffield, asked whether the overnment would require the United tales to modify the prohibitive duties upon Urltlsh products before it would make any modifications in the rules governing the Importation of American cattle Into Great Ilrllaln. Sir James Fereuseon said that the re strictions upon the Importation of cattle Into Great llrltaln were based solely on sanitary considerations, without re gard to the fiscal systems of other nations. Mr. Vincent thereupon laid upon the table of the House a notice lunt ho wculd submit a motion, declaring thnt as the ptoposed American tariff will inflict a great Injury upon the Irado of Ruiinciii, ami upon urttlsli traders and artl-ans generally, tho House will con sider whether a free market ought to lie longer given tn the competing products of a foruien State which puts prohibl- nrj- mini upon iiriusil gomis, Mr. Vincent's notice wai vas greeted Willi conservative cheers. QATHER1NQ OF AMATEDR AUTHORS. Winner's or i.Tlie I'mlV atoitnt Will llrcelto Them tills Artermmn, The annual award of gold medals to the "prlrc winneis of the Washington J'oki'h "Amateur Authors' Association" ill take place at I o'clock this afternoon at thu Siiiithsonl in Grounds. Many stliool clilldreu evtral weeks ago wrote compositions upon subjtcls selecUsl by Supeilntcndent Powell, and ibis after noon tbe names of the lucky wlnn r in 111c incimis win ue snnniincil, n also the names of tboso worthy ot b n orable mention. Aatnndwill be caci d for the accommotfltlon of the school chlldnn, their parenU and others. Af ter an overture by the Marine Hand of Ten Mlnules With the Minstrels." the calhetlng will be called to order by Mr. West, president of the aeaociatlon. The order of exercises will be as follows: ,Vr.?irl.U' ltiy- w- A- HatHstt, pastor of the ew lork Avenue I'reslrterian Church. .Music, "ltock-a-rive Baby," Caimliir. .tildress, l.y .Mr. V. 11. Powell, superin Undent of the public schools. Music, "Mikado," Sullivan. Address, Hon. J. W. NoWe, Secretary ot the Interior. Musk, "Tbe Washington JUt's March," Souea. Presentation of tbe medals. This will conclude the exercises, and thin, instead of giving the usual con- cert In the While House grounds, the Marine Hand will remain and play tbe following selections: 'Utile Annie Jtooney." .Medley-".Motber Goose," arrang4 by Soea Song ", llaby, He" Powell Walu-f be Little Msber Maiden" Wkhlmann "Down Went MeGlnty" Medley "Ilantatlon Kchoes"... Rosa Walt "So Sa Crows "Star Siigled kauner." I.Iijuur Mn Slutl'uy Their Pines, In the Police Court this moraln Judge Miller rendered hi decision In regard to the liquor cases remanded from the Criminal Court to the Police Court for tbe non-payment of docket fees. He overruled the motion asking that fur ther lime be given in which to perfect these appeals, ami said the eases would have to proceed to judgment. There are between fifty and sixty of these eases pending. Judge MUIersald that notices wouki be Issued requiring the liquor nun to pay their ones on or before tbe 1st day of July or thty would be pro cudtu against. fkiet Clerk hylvt.tei'. llenlal. Mr. Sylvester, ike chief ekwk of tke I'olke Depart mnt. denies most etu pnatkally tke story wtkUskad in tke i'oti this morning, te the enTeet tkat tkn tivil service qucetiona for tke next public examination had Waked out in advance. He says tkat the blanks were delivered to kirn personally and that ke locked tkem up. Ko one elee saw them until tke day of tke examina tion, when he unwrapped tkn package, just as it had come from tke printer's. tt uMuiy uuau&s mat ue printer would have allowed any of tkent to be taken out of the omc. A MitteumUteUiii Ulerk Wanted. Tke Hat of ellgiblet for tke position of Mtnofologhatl clerk, Signal Oaken, be ing neatly exkauUed. tkn Civil iawvicn Con) nilation Invlkts peMonta dndring ai point meat to tkat uoehion to enter tkn etntninattot) to be kekl in Waakington, July a'. Blank forma of srtvaH'iisi may he obuined 0 tkn Conamawiou. Tke salary of tke position kj IMA nr assuwt. iegm reataeuts ot as utautet of Columbia will not he exaininnd. I awumto.i0 Stimel a ir Ttittl. In tkn Criminal Court this morning J wlge Bradley ovtrruied tke motion for a new trial is tke LowensUtln caw. lowenstein. It will be rrwean hawed, was convicted of ceseivisg stoUm voode awl vmitrimu. ingtviBg kwAcMkw JudMS Brdly said tkat tkere waj not uBctest new evidence to warrant kiin gnusiing u irbd. lveujUA vW sow kv to pay bU fine. At i do o'clock tkbi wuruiag aantn fcjniidM:ttieten4ingftoaHlttoWl Vkwestk street were pajtktUy (ksUoyad by im. Tkny were ownsM ky Mm. W met of Gwgtown, and tke tost b ptaced at kiut $m. Tkny tn au poatd to have ktwnt t on tfjw. - - entoo Mto H. ..J1ftuhl LUJ mt ail suU. Seat, ffon. 'ittaU, im ska. aM lstelnk. 8167. Jip, fi,5, Mwn mtlav. "A kL. HbifrWiii, etui tt nimatliimr w fktur il jti.1 Swbdtty Ulglil 6 u Iw. A WITrESS KIDW1D John u nttiva- r retime b t MoMlttu..'"'- 1 In March bent a man dashed et "f the Vrtle Warts Bank here with a Mg botntm t Mm which he had snatcked frrwn tke Ing teller's desk A erowxi Mtowed him, and block sway he ran Into tk arms of a newsman iiaaaij tVer JV phy. A newsboy named WUBe Cam saw Ihe man, who was cweawrwrt, tkmw the money Into a doorwwy. and tke hv niched ft up. Upon being arraigned, tVesrtlve Grose of tke Csnadlan seen, servtrw recognlred the thief as the fasnmrs hawk sneak "LitHe" Horace Iwowj, and ke was committed for total. When tke day of trial came tbe Caton hoy, whose evidence was necessary to estabtlak llrown's connection wttn tke Mils, was missing, end the ens waa adjourned Carrm was fonnd the nett dne, sue ever, and glvtn in charge of Ms mother to be nrodncrd on Jnne IS. On the night of June IS IMer Murphy ami an e.x-whisky Informer named MclHsrmW. appeared at the Carrm house and tntd Mrs. Caron that Willie was needed at the police station to give some mote evidence. Willie was permitted to go with Me Dlnrmld and has not been seen sinew. Murphy's connection with the dlsnp pearance was learned by the police and be was attested and subjected to a aoli. taiy rell and tefuscri permission to aw any friends. The consequence waa that j estcnlay he made confession. He sup posed tbat McDIarmld simply wanted to find out what the loy could remesnber about llrown. sn McDIarmid told him. After leaving the Caton House they went to a livery stable owned by Harry riillllpa, John L. Sullivan's ex man ager, wheie, in company with a man calllni himself It. S. Parker or New York, Phillips gave McWannld money to take the boy out of the city. Phillips has been arrested. He de nied knowing anything about the boy, but ho was cummltted without Imll. The boy and McDIarmld are supposed to be either In Uoston, New York or Philadelphia. ! ii 1 em 1 ii an ii ii 1 RELIEF FOR ONE WIDOW, A Itnnrns I'nriner WIIIIde to Stnrry 11 Sllner'S Itelplos Itcllet Wn.KRsiuuitR. Pa , Juno 21. There Is a romantic tnlo connected with the mine disaster at Ashley Inst month, by which twenty-seven persons lost their lives, lllght after the accident a relief rommlltec was formed. This com mlltec got up n circular snd spread it broadcast, appealing for help for the widows ana orphans. Itev. Hugh Hughes, pastor or the Welsh Trashy tirlan Church, sent several of thu cir culars to Welsh farmers residing In Kansas. An answer line just been re reivid from one of the fnrmurs. His unnio Is "William Morgan, and he re sides in Pawnee County. Morgan says he has a nice farm nearly pnld fur, but has no cash, anil thcruforu cannot tender any financial assistance. He is a bachelor, however, blessed with good health, and if the Helicf Commit tee want to get one widow off tliolr hands they can send her on nt once. Phe must, however, not have more than I luce children. The Kansas fainter siys he Is Impelled to wtite this proposition because he tiiinks it is n man's conscientious duly to help tlioto In distress. In a postscript Mr. Morgsn says that he will bo per fectly satisfied with the selection made by the committee. The rommlltec have made the fact known to some of the widows, and there la general Inquiry amoug the latter as to what kind of man Morgan is. Some ask, "Is ho in hit right mind ?" "Won der how old he hV and "Does he wnnt his wife to work on the farm f" Tho committee, however, will have no trouble- to fill the order. A half doren widows are ready to go, but the committee are at a lose to know whom to select without creating ill-feeling. It is now proposed to send the photos of all ihe widows to the farmer ami let him make his own choice. ltrvlvai Services at Wmhlngton Or cue. "Washinoton Okovk.Md., JuneSL The first of the religious services at this place that Is, the first of the re vival services was opened lost night by the Itev. Yeatman, the evangelist. There were about two hundred people uui luuesr uim. ue wm remain nere about two weeks ami will hold services afternoon and evening during that time. There are now about seven hun dred people on the grounds, ami it is estimated that this number will be swelled to one thousand during July and August. United Order or the GolUen Orosa, Halcyon Cominandery, No. 136, United Order of tbe Golden Croes, has elected the following officers for the ensuing term, beginning July I: Noble commander, Thomas Humphrey; vloe noU commander, Mm. Sarah K. Ad kins, prelate. Dr. J. P. Lewis; noble keeper of records, Milton T. Adklns; financial keefier of records. It. 1). Meston, treoMirer, J S. Sharp; herald, James Trainer, warder inner gate, Mrs, M. It. Stetson; warder outer gate, Ueornn H. Ciinn; post noble com mander, A. II. Stamp. Creates An Appetite There Is nnthtns fur whkh we reeosaasend Mood's MaraapaHtla with greater eeafctenee than lor Usm of awtlte. Iiidlnesttun. siuk hesdnrnn and other troubleeof twnste nntese. In the atoat natnral way thia aMdl ttM nentty tones the atonjach. aMtsts dinne liun aai ssahes one feel "real bannry. ta ttle In deUeaie heaith. or very dainty and atttenlnr at steals, after takjavg Hood's ter aatwrHIa a few dnys. ad thnateatves toneledt tor an4 entnter the ntalneet Jood with nnna pseted nliab and sallafaftlon. fry tt. ( liroulv Iteadaebe i's ttsraannitiln has on red ase of a vhaonht hnndnfihn aant valiants other I lksV MM ilNPMISel najMlM f)i HOfilei'et et-&SttJUMr" ctttsf to juiyvri ip. QspfVHiMaf mini w&yifitm1 y itewlu fnajn wtf tttoiJAt tk&&$ nftn VAAnf H wiftlfe inTnwtAartkjl atfant Jamm X. &nWKJtU HP eiMWAKf TTti). WitlUfiOsl JWW Hood's Srsaparilla feld br all datsatats. at. aii lus li. n Hjettd otj biC'.t UftOtV s$ CO-. WsKiMiJsftill Ydbt Un-iu dAujn -a.,J.. KAVAXtUJ.L. phut vimmooB xwemrt. Altl aMaa miaou L.LUr: "lu tUj to fumr reojanat tm Mr tHefMSn entSllllUn tn.ft XUkU mcB tnilf lllsrlfll ill B hnh, theuMitrnutUin esceacoud. . . L uoatice v. n. s Tte schMd enens tet. . ati t aaiipnieT, Tifflfntiff nlffaahingftai tihommnh and the loan aieoane Court. u DO YOU WANT SARGA I NS -II- House Furnishings? tl . ?t rf IW ,f JULIUS UNSBURGHt nksfwwPWIW (Mnsl r IlttT cnrrAtMk, DRArmillinlAMt ffiijeTii y wmm nr to vm.mAZjmmM o rnMMMI rwrrB. .venn iiik mawiwi rraitKM. . JftaWe rwtenf et ntrfieet rwrSjajSnreaTnSNl to PJ tee na: fvM tesJwTWt very tojJiglwwT lesse, renneeiB Freea se to fee ant senvt ewnt see durante fee eenesMr. rArr'mm -w nertiwte: rVeMMAtoMjminwntw. wzxs: eetospn Matting. Matting, wHH3SSS entire stoMt. rolls White Matttne. rwswesst teft perroll. SfT rolls raner Mattmn, lenweeal tot? per roll. UTrytls sannthMe Jtatttne. rHneew to Im rerrotl. ase rolls seamltst Xattlan. redneesi trt perroli. 417 rolls Mnsntess Metthut. eMert te Jit per roll. Xew ana Fancy fteekma. Furniture. Furniture. Lnnk at IkoM Tun I i - - - lUUrwW 1 mirnm .'Bin rnsroi at (W. Al Mher salt. rM at . Anttswe jtt ttenth Lentnry Flats. Utree Piwisr.lSev tQlate. Those anlts were made eawetelr tis. after onr own desten. aw( arewtth- nxic eteu out ilonbt tb flnest Ter shown for tbe money. Worth hilly iX urn riiaiM in M.,t. s ... soeDockers to inatrh, te eeh. ste Tables to match. It .M eaoh Baby Carriages. ts It SB, Different Mylee. mm those offer! at L'beaMst in the market. Sl'ECIAt, ATTJNTlOK It ratlst to those offereu at Its. This rarrtajte 1 withont ex ception tlie best ever shown at that price. Alter turn is m.t raiiwt to a very nandenete apiece Parlor , nphnlatered in allk Plash ami Tapestry, reduced to KWDO; worth Kt, Must tie teen to tm apprerlall. . llKtHHiRHATOHbaBd ICK I'H nwT8 from M ni ksairlneihueeon the Iry Atr Prla elide. No pacMna- to absorb or retain the innMiire. M 1JIK IKqttf and W1XIJOW SCMMHtM M order, tow Prices. ADJI'STAILX wixk scKKjrxi wtu at any window 1.C08K lTH.s-lTriiier-m rtnwtn iw . Lowest rossltile Prices Wall Papers. New and Con ect Effects. Ultimate- far nlnlied. JULIUS LANSBURGH, Tlilriceiilli mill 1' Klrrcts. office or WOODWAIID 4 LOTUltOP. Corner Hth and Fats, n w. Conilnoallon of Our Great Sale OF Ladies' While Lawn Wrappers, Waists, fie We are still continuing our great sale of Ladies' White Lawn Suits, Wrap pers, Waists, &c, It will pay you to read these traordinary values: ex- White India Lawn anUa. with tucked skirt and wabt, . eaoh. Ladla' White fndte Um SMtt, wtth tU tnekad skirt and watt, sash tear yards on, Sueeneb, LaMtm' India Lawn Suit, thte-nisHail akirt, waiet ftneiy tanked and trim wail weth aaahMidety, Is own. Ladtee India Law SuiU, full tanked skirt, with waiat and side task tanked and trim mad wtth wnhrohtarr. t each. Ladlta' India Lawn SuMs.akkt of panel wuhrokUry, f idt tnekad back and new atyto tut-ked watt, WM eaten. Ladtee' India Lawn Seats, idasn and ess teonteted box-plaited donhtn skirt, new atyto watt, e each. Ladtee' Whit Suits of Fine Fatlnms of vl""ilf W- W eaih Tn4tffif Fisdn White Pf I pisitail and Tinned Mdts.wkkdonUa akirt, anlaanto tor aunrnina Set enek- Ladle1 White Vail Suits, inn dka-dt wp s peprvwipenfp snensenennr svspns evBneMsvHSSt 90mmktdm ttlinCh Lmvtlm Weti&tsV intiti hC Unlit Uliin, wp bntlhWsWd ajUHl mWm9mm)itl6tA eftMMnnltna dOietnalltt afcirt, tm wteh. aHftltt MmmWti&tek& w4 lhsfftjiVirnii' X(kMt- ll & IsArtiMi VeUassB SfisW nfl Msl alOal to ae1lakja te ons1 rgeetsJ opeBinf oi La dans' White Snits we wttt water MP Ladjne' ewty eyeP etflUpejnStnj ejpn VVewWst eft ewaankssi. IhMtate and t-i.unk Inntllii nsshthasssnti linia ne ffepmP W jfpsipeff venHnF K fjppW Te HPWe WMmw- mm k mm, ttiilitkiFSIi.X.W. AStrsBMENTS. A teMrORSt fJttASD OtKRA not SR i. BVCernee a 8 is Mb r mee Saturda 1 UMQNT OPERA COMPANY The Black Hussar. Genera! Aesstesfon yewwtroi ears. ' ai'l ', tut Weei-AJsvjwrrA. Atw m on mi k KiOLIKN. tsthe te of AH Musical IrxtriTnen! I t rerfnms n Tnn! imsa a emits or a hatit to n overteve or a symphony rnr rn tjtwntlfatre aiwt nnrr ne.rlv any nthr ln(ru Is wit frovlm 1 il, t .,t t n of It ts so lirriV tli t prr eenwern tnitat It Wl'h fnm one t.itlirri rtnef' Tnm- tii ' -. itii. ), wtlt he etemeii a f u or " S. F. DROOP'S, , a PA AVK , Sett Anwat fee me'awav ni inticrlirsl t'tsss Ptanns and )r(an M.MUHatONI. J t KWTKWa nw TTtg nivt r The Hew rntlni tmn ar t in I steamer. ttuiata MArvtt KSTgrr. Taeftneet and fnatet and mir Ni-w air. rne rnroiit i" niter. tie JHeetrie UeMa-Ele. (Mr 1,11.1, tie' Iavtant' wharf, f. f :tti -t , at ti j r M aitAhr nUkUT ANtlSATt'ROA'VEVKMN'J!), X AMi M, naelen each FrMav amt aatnntst i-Trninl netme the asn r tsee. an-himr 'i vai 1 uu nei t reinrn at 10 kh . 1 tn m iun ToixniA ugtu and uetcr Lnllnr at MAMatlAt.L HAT t. unmtand returning nnwatit Cafe cm the 1 hari v. i. i Wentj and Lnnches at Mnr-haii Un'i He- -Alt. WWMTl THIf, Beat of Order (marantet 1 ,ft I. U BLAKK 1 Jitslu BAY RIDGE OXTHKCHESAlKVKr OPEN JUNE W Natal Acidemy Band. TIMUtT MUAIM. FIHBnT ATTH t TMnhI XVnttTMtMi TUB 1IE8T Trains lenve . A O. Ilett. week .Ur a. as I as and 4 at p. tn. Handays, ; .-. 1 Leave Nay trfctaw, week ilar c w .r.--nl u. as. bandnys. t and 9 p. m, lloRF.il Trip Ttekcis m J T ODKLt., OeneiatMtn CTIA8 O K I it. Jntl,tf Oen'l Fnnnrflner -. The Mount Vernon AXl) XAmtKAM. HALT. STEAMIIOVT COMPANY. On and atter Jt'NK 1. imp. tb- f Wtf'arifl ateet tieaner. CHAKLX8 MACAIK'.TBH, wtil traveller wharf. foot of SKVKNTtt -t . for. MOrUT VBHJCON and 3tAltHllALlJl HAM. as follows: ru fir 3 OUST VKKNI1N-Kverr1 ,un( Baadariat 10 a. in an 1 -rson. m .rAturni..aw ?.?.,Ci?!W'.,.8,. tTiener ran rrmain at ilOtJNT VBIINOK until tecund boat leatea ir detlml. Fare, round trip, St. Indnilins ad-1 rMtslon to the lnton and l.rournli, Ele--1 iwnniB un im uunt Mvmia ami ian uv ierted rnmntlr. . ForMAHliilAIX HAtL-Same as MOl'SlJ ojinii.T. HiMMiBie ior wees uari. On fcUXUAVM at tl a. m . K SO and 0 p, m, iwiHiNins an, . r.x niiu ti nt. l)H rIIOAY astl HATl KDAYS, ami BATI HDAY0. Hrwlal'i MooBlloht l.VDIAK IIKAD ucnniiii uuwn me ritor 101 loUcliltiK at MAltillALL! HALL sotnx and returnlnc. leaTlne Washinr- (oeattaep. ra.. rtathing city on return at MPS. Meats and lunches at ail times at JAK- aiiAj-L. 11.1 i.i, nesiaoranr. FaretoMAttellAI.L HALL and return 21 seals on any trip; ehildren. hetween enadKl TWJH rw 19 Wit vela The tiotHilar and rallatde ateamsr WW COHCOHAN wilt make herrtterlandtne ftr.??w,S.?t OLYMONT, landing at MAK SHALL HALLgolBB and returnlne. Icavlnu nerwnan uauy ieiueptnundaT) at 10 a. m rtn. Jrenl. Kunday tripaot tbe W W, COHU)HANti MjnaiiAi4 iiai-1. will tie aiinouDcl weskly. See adtartUementi, Fur charter of steamers MArAt.EHTER and CUltCOHAN tor elthr MOl'NT EKSOS orMAIt&HALLIIALLapflytaL L ULAKE, CBi'taln, on steamer ju,t Directory of Lawyers and Law Firms QASIPJ3BLL CAItKlNGTON, 4 ATTORNKY-AT LAW, tM U atraet northwest, Washington. O Weheter Law BnUdln. t, KesMenee, ti n atrert northwesU t w EBB A WEBB, ATTOtrXKYS AN CUCNtiELt OWt. tserlfthitreet, WaniaefOH D V WtUhuaB.Webk, Uanry Hiiniliin Webb, Jotm fklney Webb. feh."..llt j y ooswntY whkblsk, ATTOeUIBY-AT-LAW. m and 4i tt., Chajaneey BuiMinf near nipepnaenpBi evwi re enefssssaifes rtar - 'nabiantua, J) C rraetleee in tbe CtMtU of the 1 fttnee tieore"a County. Md . in tbe CtmtU of the IUIH. t and ol t 'iXI il Q F. PMILLUW- J U XAlHKY O. T. U. JtcKliraEY FBlLUHLZAt-MKY 4 MiKlWNIY, Attarnef s at Law, fesY-M ban buUdiax Vt J. ALTttLUniOtUUtttM, ATrXMiKSY-AT LAW, m Vtnh Street. feay-dJtstf MO.VKV TO LO.tX. Muga OM tOOD attll tUTY ate. lift itatiT, Ql IK ALL TMs, lO LftAX QK aUL HbrATR ancl klTY. 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