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THE DAILY CRITIC, SATURDAY EVENING, JUNE 28, 1890.
1 ' i yt , i The Daily Critic ANP C'!!Tr, Tte 0tf Dmexrnttt Dailf Piper Pib- huhetlat Wnihifigliin. IIT TB WASHlJvvtTrii CRITIC eiw.r.3. OFFtc: eS C STRBRT Nf HWHT f WArtWSOTOS CtfY, 0. !". By HWfl (8Winr prerM), 1 w S 1 ftOBls 99 wMCPWS n UHl tf$$ lttofttft.. ........ . $5 TiiKcitme, nm strait jfcl--- - " n i i riiimntimt i mi , ii -ti vfmmmwK. V. a. .test . m. 1 ll I iltft m i w. a ... , , . i . - i- i i i -. n I, M,CD2tJrm spESrsiosrscimMB Hw Son. Mr. CoritJcIl of Jfelwaslu teftliifal to the credit of having tie viti Ike most remirkable pension jrfcemeof nil. He has ititrrxtirral bill tn pension the woole negro riral(km of the United States upon sr-ate of liberality which put to shame the most lnrM rlem jfofrwe In Cofffttem. The Ml), m tl gr.tf.tal in the Washington correspond jntaof the New York Time, "blns by taking All person relented from In vflmJry servitude, commonly culled f1ev, toensfoners upon the bounty of the United Stole, and else such persons as my be charsred by laws of cob mngnlnlty with the support of freed men Unable to maintain tbernelves. All ex stares who ere TO years of ne Me to receive t-VW cash end $13 a month for life; those between 00 and TO year old ere to hnve f300 ami .f 13 a month until they are TO, ami then $13 a month. Taote between .TO and 80 3 cars old are to receive 100 down ami $8, tl and $15 monthly, while all under 50 years shall have $ I a month until SO, and then $9 a month. Similar pensions go to those who have to sup port aged or infirm ex slaves. The bill Is to tafee effect January 1. ISfll." Nobody seems to be quite sure whether the Honorable Connell intends tbl for campaign material during the approaching election, or whether he is really fcol enough to suppose that il is a proper measure and will become n law. He labors under the disadvantage of being a foreigner by birth, and of having so recently Issued from the inns-les of Nebraska as hardly to lie Vused in the representative public m Mln (lit of the rountry of hlsadop tlop. Thcso, however, are merely ev il tral indications, and we do not insist tin tiny ate reliable. Very posefbly Jtr. Cennell (suiter than his genera ibn, aud realises that the pension Mheme of the ltepublican party legltl n.nuly leads up to hi proposition. He fcrtlrtg to that time pension scheme, Hlihop l'olttr said in his Uarrard ad dress: Ami ont of till It ha come to paaa that not alone some scarred snl honors Ma n--raa, act ajoee tone brave and maimed Mir v iwr of aa heroic char, that not alone the whl,w sad orphaa whom death on tlie field or In tk boatftal ha irt bereft sad pennl Itw.batevnry tlulklDK rarup-follower awl W-rler. titervfra (Id iileiit and tainted clulm ant who has the tffrratery to detaaad bin Mite, cum have It, Monty bis tolc .ball tho Icceateacemttodlty within the control uf I anitan dictation and be Mrolf a leekey to do Ms political master' blddia. Ami if it hat lead to thl, as (.very holy knows it has, why not toJlr. Ccnoell'i plan also 7 THE TRUK KEMEDY. Thirty Democratic representatives in Congress of Not them districts have signed a sort of proclamation to the country at large, calling attention to the evils of the proposed Federal Elec tion law. ami appealing to good citizens of all elasees and parties to exert their influence toward securing its defeat They assert that it is an uneoastitu 1 tonal Measure, which most people believe it is; they declare that Jt take away from the Mates the power of reg ulating their own domestic affairs, whkb Bobody will dispute; and they predict that Its operation will be fatal to the country's prosperity and peace. The rewady proposed, however, strikes us as totally usprowWsg. la our Ofrfaloti It would Us a frulUaes waste of time to try it. Here is what they say; la view of Umi tt daaMr Uthrli,u iii d Ubetties of the popl aad to tlw ttriaei rJecf mUiovwuHst laveied ta thh bill, v. e t essMx-tf aU7 spfwal la Aattrietti tnmtmm, w itkeat iaid to pmnj, to uUr tiawtf pnt lMbywroblij MHwtiac er othfrt afaiast this enttoUtUtkm of Uuvreaastt Ifce tbwlrahw of pwtMiUr tU,hU, aad the ti y toitastatiea of Smtriciui lUmrtr, for we iBdtsc ao sseie rtwttirteai aoturUh wiwa wv ulnaly &atna ua our loyally i cttiAea. f ad oa oar btaor aa MrBUurrK, tluu Ui vfcik aad uaJriotle waswr t. a aol .frMHuuteuaf tu tb terf bieof the Wndssot dottfat that tbe situation Is full of peril, Mr efter the fslateet ob etfM to lie BMfaaitiosi that pMrtattc Litfane skstdd wm every poHlek eefeet to neesresit Uw passage wni, subiav iuestfly, that exeeutkei U the law. It secsM to its, however, ikat It would bn a sej Misuse of our experfcaee to aeVstia any ptu el actio involvusg the helicl e ehsW ssiss fteiav sIsIHHMWIbmVV Hspaa W laJntMseeji by Qwusoeratic protests, ma matter tkromfb what tttediuw they uighf he expressed. They have per tUted fas tUe MtKUley Tari hUi ngtraaf the ri snnaatrsnrin of great ta ssa Wagee ami depwattoas of lsagortew teMft the wphrafcttwfi of p4rty lfdfff ine sMfjl jjnj rt'iHtier"feeth It U mot MfceJy that they veaiU he cheek! in their fell purpose tft&mg the 14f Khsctioe UU by ai ythie short of Irseeiiriaei force. Mthsa ainiasure be as hi rtti mA rj bs1 asBpsapss sjbbsbrbbv as luliy UeJteve, lunioeaittqadasi, fcu.ey Ucawhot be dUJttciAlt to procure a 1 u uhg to that ct by the 6tww U et f the l'ked attea. ujMly it mi nfceeoui potent tore gret State like X f York to set is wetim the m ,cl !aiv)y. Why at try thai expe-31-1? If the weasutebe vutcoMMttu ih 1 1 bhe cowrt iM to dedaw, s.e4 ih- .' hnjaiw of It forever. If. os Ui i.l(ji the Uw be dttchhted coa aU . . Lil u ii uhsr that If haws so .-I j ana uJ'Wuary s4 tojatli.' 1 a a. , ' 1. . u.:iij uttu I4W aad ts plwfeai W auh juate we mMm vl the -AaUy mi heU It is politkej Jiery r tht bettAt ul a favtfaa, the it will 1 ' rrr 1 r ult f-T frrr-n in '1 im r iritc thnt, nhc'hfr cnnfltntl mal or riot, no n h infamy can I e practice.l in the United States. As the mums fmm the late trt AmetkaB Congrens roe til ere &t t-t out tork ff information as to the Itht ID whkh that iBStftntton is viewed by Its Mfflttrtaetrts. Sfot Tkm Fkkt fJ. flefr Is a Ppsntsn- American merchant som ttAe rtsldent In Ihfn country, who, as secre tary of a society for the promotion of commercial anion belweefi the United Slam aad the Spanish- Amtricftn re pnWlce, saw a great ileal of the Work ings of the Onsres and of tto char acter and alms of the ('el-gte. See of the fr nits of his experience ami observation httveliecn Ineofporn'ellito a letter to TjA Ifiviem, a neppr pubHhed In jlitetms Ayres. The article Is witty and canstlc, whether It t Ju4 1 1 ., and rmrch of what Seaor ITerra says is Highly entertalnltif. We feel that we rnnsi indulge otr nlers with a few aptrtrnens of the lively Metro's style. Speaking of the convention in gen era), he says: The doternasent on !aw that the span l.h Amcrleann wtromea of ithtlaett w, and t hat ealT t wn of the American dele (ate were of rel ostlbre, "Ihete two, ex-Otnerat toba E. rtitrii and Mr. V. tt.Trewott, were HvsK for Hie rrtdiwy, 9enor M Romero. XthLterfrofn StMleo, oelniratthe ramettme 'a dark ?.' llemtroa l a I awyer at d a rood nateted felton-. Trescott l a nan of rather enrioiw pollt leal aBtprrdenta. He h bene a lawyer ami lnppowit to be a pbllber at present. 1 herefwe of the Ft rartmctit of State af fords hlta the means of In Inr. He Is now qnlte lit pnd In hi .eermd childhood. Asat're lilrntlal candidate he was unacceptable to lits conntrymen, and, shove all, to .President Harrison. It is lu personal comment, however, that Senor l'lerra shines lightest. Here are a few extracts taken at ran dom: Tx renalor Dh own about i$W,C0O,CTO, and knows by beert tie br law. of the Sen ate. He wssnbraretnan for everal years, which sreonnts for the faot that his tan rne, while eivlnir the delemtte lntmotlon In rarllanieMtary iroclnre, was the reverse of reflneil. Mr. Stndetaker Is a carriage manufitrt iiirr atid a man ofaood Intentions Irat very Hb Ittnl talent. He la a rnstte "ample of the !Th' homo. Mr. Carneale la a rail mannfaotnrer and U ald to be worth ao,MO,ti0. Tlie two book., of nhlchbe Is ttiereraited ant nor, are nald by many to be the produet of his money and not of bin brain. As a ilelrate he 14-oved lilnnelf a Bosentlty. Mr. llanwn Is a mannfaotnrer of cotton oods ami an excellent man. He wus a much, however ont of tlaoe at theConten t- n an f would be eonmandlnK a nay of a hundred tom!. Mr. E tee It a lawyer from California and a rdrln man. Thonsh not very learnsd. he ba a fur d of irood, common ten. More over, be I always In ood humor am! was inn ft (H''-f, the Jetsr of the eonventbm. Mi. root dee Is atto a manuftutr or cotton (rods. They nay hols an M A., and certainly he may hate obtained a dearee from some of thorn American academies vtbli-liiwll dearies for S8eacJi. He In tlie author of a varlons work about llrr. At tl e aoaveutlcn he tried to play the Wot pedacoaue. Mr.l ll.s t a rkh dry fcotls merehent aad U raid tobevery clereriR hta ImdueM. Ha believes that frpnnl.li America If venapto ievolnttaUl,alllatonatid aMMtkeys. Ilo hi always a trave an Jniuter Olymnlcui. Dutlae the convention he did uoUlaK but ebw two or three rlsjar each nswdon. Mr. Hint I a New York merchant aad very eaenretle. He knows Snanbh AMMrioa thoionihly, aid, tlovsbnot aawaof letters was Wbtlha uuiha. aiiy-of bts eollsaua aad mtub tsore than maay nf them. lie does not, however, confine him self to the representatives of the United Stater, hut roams about Impartially among the Spanish-Araeib-ana, For example: MlaUter gossero Is a illiOomatl.t of the old cheol and aa active wire puller. He pre tends to be a lloguLt, a ltd ha. foraotUui S(Bl.h without leeralar Bnglfath. Honeys eortaln JoaraaU to imU htm, and Iovm to pone as a rlshter of wroees aad the MesUH of the whole world. lit other words, be Implies that the Mexican Ambassador is afflicted with the ratxmi jrfrtmfr.and, indeed, it may be said that he goes through the whole list lR very lively fashion, distributing praise and blame In his peculiar way. Altogether the publication is a notably breezy contribution to the literature of the great Pan-American flute. Oi a estecmeu New York Sun U eagaged la a little dnTereae of oplatoa with aa oMeial of Ugh authority aad pUeet 'There is poetry and earnest ess hi the Poetuuatsr-tiesuKat' latest prase mmy, natch copy from the PUiadeipUa Tie literary altu of aitlwat adver- ilsewr bas aot yet arbee. Whea he eosae. aleM to wrebaada as is tea pat tu aasase, hU Ml Mieaere In leiiilm aad Ua thisuu. the itittb of trade the hsMctea of bht aosd, with a ayW ayaeelai aad lerse, attiaetiye aad direct, the rank, of trade wfii weloouw ken, set to raise pxrhaas, bet to sehstaertol reward. Jest Wtmuws. "O s, he has ariaea, John, aad he has esraed not ely a sutKdsetls) rwira but lo a fsaw that will saUure. Xa propite tur of a bargain eesjiiter, in all the biatory ol the orU, ewr before sHCfeeried in esa-bissliliUaaMbUhlUUcBciaittegU-tr uf the I ad states: avasMsai ciassjiBS i'mn umi 90 Wteijtam. mm, sacsav, FoxaAiui-6Kiui Mns WajtsaMker- reae-. . wab'ue,.. "Aad la Use neat aitlMfin ol aM al tha fctaftntawiF hvsttisTilaih rtfi-lfniisirtaia au ffhlinihrf - 1 ui i 1 nan i nai ewPBBjHj naBBBtWBa') Sjaa? enSMPVasftp '- uk, . 4 tosss or e art has) wars vasaci to receive dlaoaaryes 4 sajtss. Aa ersMsentai sirfstfaia aaaaitv aioaa ghiil iSmsmt-i" Tmc Ktmrti. hew York Jt6osa$; "Thai .IKt q- (L. Nallnt.,1 L'l 1.. Uy epr naaaanw Wnp aajpar BBnaPBaaaasn weafwaBBaasBBS erBBaia iU be s asd betersaafetsisstthet Ttt ftrmfitf rslNit fst-t is that eiaetlaaa aca aVtsA t fak trmJA lai? fesaMa2 IHaaaWFaaSBMr T eear aassas w ""SSBBBBfi VS9MplavB' QmM9tte omxbU fcr UMibwy. - a mm&t i-ousj iiit uaH ui ig IrtiHfWlWllWt 0 aVeMJaViy tm& tti&&, trul W aaMaitnP "W Sr"wspPHBBP WB Vl$ WP epl OsahW aht lifaat jjmijffa kje rsllsTtTsTHsneT baeAf- Jrwpapawe' sp aeF waFpes Wf "S"WeeBmaBaaB swaaaw'ew satfy deapotte nNper to Fieem! Wrii-iilu trhe wl hs the littwrnnBofe of sstr4y-M Ves; sai what the Inbtuu uaw accuse the Rwiotrat of ayl0 atsHit the todife Eteeikw btu, the TtAmu Htm said of the resumie wmni.res. iu Is?, lswi iw. Has the -'4 csuiiiged it opiiiBi shout Federal iwUuvcuUou. bseeets at shf paUeaa4aM thesgtoli,eisshihe kked pastser tleyaeWing ate- WkMaw hehl tsbJae Ihet fMinfcltiroain ie aheiffit solsV wg 4ke ttaahw Harriawi. it wouJkl be hiehiv hat&jatiaw to kAksr. - - 'u Pen eat ran coeestwirartii are mum ww m- us Mlit in Coaaatas. as hBaaad. rhas aaaar waM aad asisgaKts, irtf.-tik; of party, mj VMlU h ptou4. HO'JhL ARRIVALS. Ar!i,,fiti,n Itlrnm Hltchrock, New Yo-k city; S. A. Chambers, Pltrsrmrg. Tt Riehimmti'-i. f . Stftftn, Saa Prsn elseii. Itmnfttm ttomt . le smt etere, ytm Ctn Oottton, Brooklyn. .TwwftHffr-Atrdw Price ml wife, l.ootslsnt; W. t. 'oelker. .otrTO--fiywiB Afhfrew, wrth captain Lemen, Jew York efty. Wei wf' Jsntes Anwte, Allegheny, fa.; R. I). Bwedtct, T city. PmfmfnS. C. ftrahefa, ('ojntntm, rthto; 4. a. Lane, Manchester, X H.; .1. W. Srtreil, t'owpena, S. C. ttittrl ,rnm tT, R. Hattn, Ohio; U L. 5onlre, SeW fork dfy: C. W. Jordan and R. lorsey, Bslttmote. KUilt ffonfr-Vt. ft. Scott, ttmt, Ohfo: R. Christopher, John Oewttt War ner and 4. HHnner. Sew York city: t, C. RojdjWsslilngton; C. P. .wathewaon, Bos ton: w. I,. Brown, Alabama; Jos, I Mc Mnrty, Jr., San Francisco. tnftMttrV William T. Hmlglns Texa; A. ttostranelta. Metropolitan-4. R. KHersort, Rtchmoinl; Miss F. nreen, Mrs. Thomas Moore and G. 11. Morris, Atlanta, (.; J. .1. hampton, U 4. Kilts ami 1. 9ommarRetd, New York city; i. M. Oray, Xorth Caroline; W. X. Woodson, I.ynchwtrn, Va , ami B. Clarke. Xntioml fHmire It. Bowett, Martlns Vmrg, W. Va.: David Iimont, Montana. St. Janet .. F. Hlte, Vlrflnta; Mr. Dean and Mrs. Iavls, Cleveland, Ohio; F. ?. Johnson, llredfrml. l'a.; V. J. Martin, North Carolina: J. V. McDnffle ami wtfe, Alalisma; D. F. Leary, T. Iary, B. II. Ten Kvck ami (J. M. Blanwell, New York city. JlmrnrH Jtmtt-4. ommerllelit, II. Hopper, .Mrs. V. Clmpmon and Mrs. T. Kagle, New York city; J. S. ttnrbaueh, Ottnmwa, Iowa. JmeWcirm llmut-It. Chambers ami wife, N'ortlmmberlaBd, Va.; .Mrs. M. Huglies ami son, I'oolesvllle, JM. PERSONAL. JIH Delia Stnccy of this city np peered at tho Casino in New York, Snt urdaj ns VAtieffe In "The UrnElllian," and grcntly Impressed the Assembled nudlenco. Slio was compelled to re spond lo numerous recnlls. Miss Staccy is ns grnceful ns grace Itself, ruul her voice has greatly improved lately. Professor Huxley's deafness Is grow ing on him, and now when he attempts to speak at any lunctb ho becomes very titoti and loses control of his voice. Christian Hansing, n drayman of In dlnnnpolts, wears the Iron Cross of the German Empire, given him for bravery at the battle of Metz. JIlss Florence Nightingale has Just completed her 70th vcar, and her sister, the wife of Sir Henry Verney, has Just died. r Dr. Talmage estimates the wealth of King Solomon, tho extensively married limn, at 05.0.1)00,000 pounds In gold nnil 1.028,000,Sm iKutnds In sllvcr-n grand sum total of $ini,58f000,088. Edison is rarely seen without a cigar in his mouth. He uses the stub of ouo cigar to light n fresh weed, and thus forms the regular Cerinati "smoker's" chain. Srawald A. Qval, a wealthy Nor wegian of Eau Claire, Wis., who died recently, left $1,000,000 for the estab lishment in Jladlson. Wis., of a hos pital for persons crippled and deformed Troiii birth. Sir. Qval came to mis country a poor boy, obtained work at $30 a month, saved his money, invested it in real estate, and died worth $1,50,000. CURRENT HUMOR. The true moral depravity of betting on horse races is best seen'hy the man who backs the wrong horse. IMtimurt AtxcrieaH. In the idieen of the sliver woonllalit, As she sited for blra to eeme, Her fair bead drootxrt In slumber, Charmed to rest by the eve's low hum. Uabt-footetl, her lover beheld her I-ar dearer than ever before, As perfaet and sweet as aa atigei but heavens I Do angels teer e ? "Is the boas inr" "No." "When will he be backr' "I can't say." ""Why can't you?" "He told me not to." CkaiUr. Customer The wilt is all dusty, Shomberg Ah, meln vrent, dot gomes from .der schalk vere ve marks dem down so ofden. Viuk, "Just see how many beggars there are on the footpath ! Nowyoucansee, Laura, how much more eeonomleal it was for us to take a carriage!" FU gud lilalUr. A Lowell teacher received la one pupil's grammar papers this illustration of the degreee of comparison: "l'ost live, first, comparative next; superla tlve. last." LuimU Cuurmr. Matron You appear to be verv fowl of your little playmate. It is pleasant to see such love among children. The liUser Uae Yee'w: he's aot er penny to spend. if. First Utile Girl (proudly) "We are goia to Kurooe thk summer. Second Little Girl (eanteMBSHausiy) Pooh1 Ve shust gante fraw dera. Arr York Wtthly. Quigley These puUkkers af foreign books are regular pireine. Cutely Pardon mt, thy are far wnree than pirates. Quigley IIw o f Cutely Why, ptoatos only eewuait niraey on the sea. while thaee Iniiows do it on Ui whose aiphabeC fef Sii. MY SAUU) OAY. n thaUb Uiun. my saeeial aanf Is smmini; rather thin, JLuA I'lH ttlCltlMld to a." iihyrf Fsecs wattles werrf din. J'u tonifcr el say friand east pipe; 1 thtnfc I'm ssars istssss; Hen tfMw.i fear, wttieaUeteii, Altfcourt say aants Is Chwnsv Mi if jUJ and kHes ery new lievlare ibat l'w a hertf o wset .mile great aw when I how, ft was nut thus el yem. 35fa5iS538i ily ifcuth-Ueribtoned iosei 1 tern Where are they awr, aktt h- il the dears net wefise he, Thei- sleep beaiMih the anas. Wilh wjdws fair ao iinre f flait Ikiwu JKeiiiy wuudnjMMl wm; I -anTtk ilailliliiii' tar jf .u .i111' i il hm i ii ii JkJBM Qfi. tdU titt astna hOsW fiaahUT fslfiatAl JhasV aUUli 'NsViinntl nanhhat, ? r r ' "w, sr '"" m' wejrr" tione aU the iiueymm: wi MmM i"S "laid Ufion vensw i hty thvtfmrfi ei'eenasAnhansasji In amowv fcUxre oi peM. JUmI yot i4 MltMr gal. At4 prfd f vlat, wMlpraiae, For thoae bbtke-beart4 Uauts a M ii. trvlk uthbd days." THE QUAY SCANDAL. TM MSCLT OF Til HARMSMRfl CMtmtflN kum IT. Chnlhtenee in the "enntwr xwtwltli- Mnnrltnc Il Silence Umler CTinree. neptlhe er Prrwf, From Ikt Aew Ynrt Frninti'PMt. Tl RpiiWrcnn trmibre wwr Qmy grows more Interesting m time goes on. Th tntret reached Its klgkmt point at ih HepuWIcan Convention In Penn sylvania. That Qusy on two occasions stole a very large amount of money from the Stale Treasury Is not only tree, btit has wot been dented by him or anybody on his behalf. There are witnesses to the fact of the highest re speetamHty, whose silence during the past three months Is almost as good tes timony m their oral evidence In court would be. For some weeks after the facts were printed in the H'orM ami the Arenino rem, lue ltepublican ptewln other States KRTT SU.KXT about them, waiting to hear from the Pennsylvania press, and, above all, from Qnay. As the weeks wwit by, and he refused or failed to speak, a few ltepublican journals, mainly in the AVest, began to complain and call on him for some sort of defense, but with out producing any effect. Then something very curious oc curred. Such ltepublican notvspapers as referred to Ike matter at all started, in the absence of Instructions from headquarters, a defense of their own, which we hope has met with the atten tion it deserves from the moral and re ligious public, which so largely belongs to Quay's patty. Tho defense was that, although Quay on the two occasions referred to did TAMSMOXEr KUOJt THE TnKVSUItV nnd use it in stock speculations, yet, 09 the amounts taken were subsequently restored, once through the aid of a friend and onco through the success of the speculation, no harm was done, and (Quay's character suffered no damage. Ibis theory was actually securing n ccrtnin success as an nnswer to what nre called "Mugwump criticisms,'" when it received a deadly blow from the conviction of Pell In the New York courts. Pell hnd made away with part of the assets of the Sixth National Hank, but had sulwequenlly mndo good tho los. Ho was aft the same found guilty and SBST TO TIIK VKMTBXTfAltr, the court and Jury holding that tho restitution had neither legal nor moral elTcct on the crime. Prom that time we have heard nothing of tho ntonlng cfllcacy of the escapo of the Treasury from loss. Hut that tho theory should haxobcen produced at all by party Jfurualiets to cover tho robbery of a btato Treasury by n man In hlch olllcc. at a time when defalcations both by public olllcers and bank olllcers are of almost daily occurrence, Is surely ou event of no ordinary importance. Something more Important still has, however, since occurred. After thoo extraordinory deliverances as to the ot piatory force of RKSTITtTION UY riltKVK-, people said: "Newspapers will bo news papers. Walt until tho Convention meets. You will see that tho ltepubli can party in Pennsylvania will not fol low Qqay to all lengths. There Is such a thing as the public conscience. It is working lu Quay's case. Politicians may be dishonest, but charges ngolnst them are lightly made, and are often false. The peculiarity of this case Is that the names of tho witnesses Messrs. Cameron. MacVcaeh. and Ma sen nil well known men, are given, and the charge Is not denied. You will seo that the people of Pennsylvania, and especi ally tho God-fenrine old Lutherans and Quakers, have been Impressed by all this, and the Convention will not ven ture to endorse Quay or obey him unless he clears himself, or at all events puts In a general denial." Well, the convention has met. It nominated Quay's man for the Gover norshipand he, too, has a little STOCK Or IMrBUFKCTIONS on hU head and the Committee on Ilesolutions then proceeded to deal with Quay's personal troubles. In the first draught of the platform which was given to the Associated Press as certain to be adopted, they said: For the chairman of our National Com mittee, Mr. (juay, we feel a lasting tease of gratitude for bis matchless tenlces In the last I'retideutlal campaign, asd eom meed bis bearing umlttr the sunders whi-oli bis Mueeatful leadership of our party has purebated for him. At a citizen, a rsewber of the General AmUy, at Uttrttarjf uf the CmtmutawtaUi uiuUr two tuceeutu adtaiMttmlioHi, at SUUe Treasurer by the mtrwktHuuy niiiyt' of hi$ UlUm-cuiztut and at Stuatur of JU mttd StaUt, h hut won and retains our re tpeel and emjtdence. Ills "bearing under the slanders" for which the party felt so much "grati tude" was sfmply standing silent under A IHAKUK Ot 1'EHfcOX.lL DISHOKKkTY, supporttd by reputable and well-known witnesses. Fancy a great political party being "grateful" to a leader for this de parture trow the customs of honor abb men in every civiiized community. Hut this was subsequently considered a little too stromc, so the Quay plank was shifted front the beginuing to the end of the platform, and was made to read af follows- For the chairman of our National Com mittee, M. . Uuay, we feel a testing seme of gratitude for Ua mateUntk tarvtce in the lat Presidential campaign. As a eiti aen, a in link ir of the OanetaTJliettmbly, as Secretary f the Commonwealth under two w:ceive siimintitMttoaa, as Hate Treas urer by the overwhelming anstrage of hi leUow-cttirens, and as Senator el tie United ntate, he'nas won and retains our respect 9MMl C4MabssnmCj. Here the "gralituiie" is replaced by "coniidene" in men sm once while in charge ol the Treasury, and once while having acceae to it in another oMke, abstracted from it men a 41 aktkk or a miluoh of dollars ou eath oxraaion and aami it in gambling. This confident isex ptesstd, too, with full kmwle4Uui Quay's guilt can be proved by diatin guJahaT tnainwat 0 the thv, mM that a has hMf been know aaaaiaf thn Ij-adins buainesa iimn ol Tkttaiaanitifa and was produced hi 145 by that kael bjg Wepibihai) juurnai el the State tlbe as a reason why Quay could not be BomlwaUfld for the mniiB "nttanrtf erip. What aort of llht lm that throw m the uwraiity of tike conven tion or of the community whkh einctai il r We do not know , but we peofoaa t try to collect aoune eiprt tntimony on the subject Thnrtja'e Vnae. from Sottt ad ti4i1m. I have a iMadnct tmoQi&m of Thackatay't face la lJ. vh h va Myissx in the Tensple, wmL cm tnv anamBB Mf. TflmWllaVatl tmUt klsl llimin Whmsl ftnl wawwj- wff wwan hs flanAhkMaf nwuat nawa hann Iron sosnn picture raietsti before 1833. I have purtwit is otsa which is very like what Thackeray was is lb&, ana the suae is straight. Moreover, he did bwi then wear spm-utuks sUICSEMENTS. Altraneh's Granit Opern-IlAtise, Next week will be thr twelfth atid Jrt w9k of the Hersn LsHnewit Opwa Company at AHmBgh's, awl the very wecewful seaarm will he brmtght to a clow by the pmdwetkm, beginning on Monday evening, for the first time In Washington, of tlit cwmfc opwa, "Tire Bat" ("Dre Flwrtermarm"), by Strauss. It Is fnll of bright mnste. The enst In chides ihe following popular nwmbers of the oompany: Rosalind Miss Hehn Lsnwnt A dele, her chsmbermaM, Mhn Emma Kanley rrtnee Orlofsky Miss Msbells Itaker Ida, Adele's "Ister.. ..Mh Blaeehe Xleholl Von rtwnsb-tn, Rosattml's bnsbaml, Ionls lie I.anre rw. Talk Lloyd Wilson Frank, director of the prison, 4o. W. Herbert Alfred, a slng1fl:-teetier...llerm)on Morwll Blind, a lawyer. Oeo. Itroderlck Froseh, Jetler Ate. Clark Sis are now on sale at the Hit. office, ami the last week should be one lo go on record. 1HR CAPE MAY COTTAGE. ThellUf-rncfl In Which It Una Involved l'rrsldrnt Hnrrlfon, From tuti. We think it would have been cheaper for President Harrison, If he had bought his house at Cape May Point. It would have been cheaper, even if he had paid $50,000, or a whole year's salary as Chief Magistrate of the United States. For, nlthotigli the cottage Is worth only fM.OOO or $80,000, and, although it cost Air. Har rison not one cent, it seems to us an un commonly costly cottage. It has cost Mr. Harrison his last poor pretensions to n dignified conception of his high olllcc. It has cost him the rospectof the few people who tried, more for the sake of the pi nee ho is In than for his own sake, to givo him a respect worth having. It has cost him even the reputation for tnnnliness which belongs to every being In trousers until he himself gets rid of It; for It Is in Mrs. Harrison's name that the title-deeds arc drawn, and it Is lie hind his wife's skirts that Mr. Harrison shields himself from the Imputation of accepting n gift which every considera tion of sclf-rospect and rcpect for his ofllco should have moved him to re fuseand to refuse with scorn nnd con tempt for the men who proffered It. And tho worst thing nbout tint cot tacc the thing rhlch will nrobtbly make it most expensive lo President Harrison, is tho object for which It wos given. Of course, when presents nro given to n man In high olllce who hns the power to dlsposo of other of flees, tho natural assumption is that ho Is expected to mako n return for tlm presents In tho distribution of places. This Is the view generally taken of such transactions. I" President Harrison's case Is worse thnn his who merely rests under the sm picion of having received a present that Is no hotter limn n bid for un luo and Illegitimate favor. We regret to say that the transaction does not rise to this disgraceful d gnlty. The men who gae President Harrison his cot'age gave It to "boom" n hotel and land speculation, nnd that Is all. Now, It Is bad enough for tho Presi dent of tho United States to take n gift from men who want the dlsiKml of patronage Hut for our Chief Magis trate to take a gift from men who want him to act as a tout for a summor hotel Is, if not quite ro bad, morally speak ing, 10 Infinitely lower and more de grading lhat It Is fair to tell Mr. llenja mln Harrison, President of tho United Stales, that the gift ho has received from Messrs. Wanamakcr, Hamilton. Drexel and tho test has cost him moru than ho ever before in his life naid ont at one time. And at least he might have had tho title deeds made out in his own name. A Note found Concealed In tho Mime of n Ilorie, From Ike XU i'ort (. The following dainty little note was concealed In the flowing mane of a horse which was sold this week In the Eatt Buffalo market: ConnixcTov, Ohio, June, iseo TbU Is Maud Sherman. Treat bar kindly. She is a real lady's horse, kind to ride or drive, and l quiet. She was born in Old Virginia, and driven from there to Cording ton, Ublo, and has beau my ridiag horse for several years. Please be good to ber. Anms Suekjuv. The horse seemed like a lovable little equine, and found a ready sale at a srood price The buyer discovered tboTiote and read It. Treacher Who Sluke tight of Wife lleatluc. Ftw-i the Atlanta Journal. A decision has been reached by the Baptist ministers' conference in the cat of the Key. S. E. JlcCutchen, who was charged with mistreating his wife. The llev. Mr. McCutchen struck his wife, a&d for iiu1i rvuLitiLat lio was . reigned before a ministers' conference. Ihe following were the resolutions adopted by the conference this morn ing -limited. That as a conference, we di approte of the act of brother MeCutenen in striking hi wile an set wbfcfc was un manly, um-nrMian and uemisbterial, Jtiolitl.liit with our dieappMMral 0 Biorbar McCnU-iuin in this prtrtlvulnr we slUl retain our t-onidenee in hi Christian ibaraeter." . - 1 I'uttiDK Two anil Two Together, Ftem ltd FrooUtoei Joaruul. The chances that Mr. Heed' auceees in always getting elected to Congress is largely dependent on the use ef money would probably attract much teas at tention bf they were ant In some degree conHrmntl by the f aet that his supporters in Usinn are united in their "pimHiim to the Introduction of a system of ballot bag whkh would make bribery iiu practicable Why don't yon drink shmert Former' knna Cabinet fcnerr It is aiwav. th heat. HauiMtnc the Www. 'w faeWar. 'Where's that living ahntekast!" aaknd Tliytgfd 'Veil, the fact k." said the show man conhdentinily, "1m bttt into A awUmt Oaf WtitfitlMa UAA-Jiut fi. IB 1 1 H I "- BBBBBBB a'HBfpSBBJBeBB BBnBBBBnBnBn SSSBBJBI ntarning. atwi w hvn't swa him eaw yet. Jf you'll enw back o-wtestow night I gutwa you can we kins." tiout tm4 Xtm i'ort Sho Trotter Table d'hote, with wiaa, NM dollar, aa? Hoer nuiA b, thai dinner -VBBB ""! BWF " BB BS)Ba BJflBHmSt without tho win:? Tfitiitr Ninety cettta. Bejiama ftnnda y nhrhr in ftiw-nnd Ben tnwQanrdk. rSea Snmu Baatnr BBBBB! ill BJI Bffl I B 1 -BJP BH1 SBnWBnBB BBnSBJBnjt " aiBWBaeT wiiaaBp "'ii in lfililir " CEtam thn ItnajMalitna - w sepi bj BpBcnfsnwjs wenwer "fWtBBBjppnwjppiit iflriHteiMt M ifckV UMBBWeV " vcwiwu. i test M0a t JUt r u vjf flab1Hafl xh Mem am foui-ufJoujoat. httjrh Pfitea inr hm ami woBttatnekin b"b""Pbt p asm t" epnsfjti ssssssmb- wswpwjnBgpssBaasjsjp 't tff Ttfrv siimwur' Cart thw h rated by bt people . f l 'in. tt.tr ttobert Pw tL s .eiu. kaL.icl iLc It hi. WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW. larce Volnme or llislne, lttit the Oeneral Level or friers Uw, Nrw YoitK, Jnne 2?. R. O. Dtiw Co.'s weekly review of trade says: Tnw prof onged nncertaintres regardrnf regtt latfon, which hare by no means dimin ished dnring the past week, and th contlnnance of goVd exports, haw M nn favorable effect upon tmslnesa. YFhlfcJ the volnme of trade continue larger than in the same month of any prevroirs j ear, the prospect for lire fntnre hi rendered less satisfactory by Itrrlnrtrlal hesilntron, and by doubt in regard to the monetary outlook. Wool is distinctly weaker in the Ill terror ami at Eastern market, ami a disposition is shown to meet the needs of manufacturers. It is felt thftt the greater part of a year will now be re qnlrwl to clear the markets of supplies of foreign goods under present duties, even If the proposed tariff should be adopted, while the prospect of Itt adoption seems to many ltss clear. Cot ton 1ms declined a quarter of a cent with Improving crop prospcets. The general level of prices is lower, in part because of reaction from tha speculations which the prospect of un limited coinage engendered. Business at other cities Is well maintained for the season, and the exceedingly confident tone hitherto prevailing does not at all abate If there are possibilities of dis appointment they do not seem to be realised as yet. The business failures during the Inst seven days number for the United States 1T8 and for Canada 34 For the corresponding week of 18S0 the figures were ISt failures In the United States and 31 In the Dominion of Canada. fall up Telephone No. 098-8 and order a case of llobert Portner's Vienna CalHnet beer for your family. Delivered to all parts of the city. That Tired Feeling Prevails with Us most enervating ami dls couraglng effect In sprint: and early summer, when tho days crow warmer and the tonlBC effect of the cold air Is uone. Hood's Sarst parllln speedily overcome "that tired feol tnirA' whether caused by change of ottnMte, season or life, by overwork cr Illness nnd Im parts that feeling of strength ami self confi dence which Is comforting and satisfying-. It nlso cures slek headache, btllottne, Indi gestion and dy$tcpsla. Xervoti Ilcndnclm "Early last spring 1 was very much ran down, had norvous headnohe, felt miserable and all that. Iwas erymueh benefited bv Hood's Sarsaparlllaandrocomraendlttorar frlends."-Mm. .1. SI. Taviob, ltia Buolkl avenue, Cleveland, O, "Ihavofora longtime beon using Hood's Sarsaparllla.nnd, believe me. I would not be without It. Asasprlngmedlelno It Is Inval uable. "-E. A. ltiiofiev, ISO Ontario street, Chicago, 111. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by all druggists. Jl;lxfor$V Prepared only by C.I. HOOD CO, Lowell, Mass. 100 Ionc. Olio Hollar PRINTING. HISH & USEE, Post Building, ENTIRE SECOND FLOOR. Telephone, 726-2. Briefs, Arguments, Spcochen and Kvery Description of Book Work Promptly Kiccuted in First-Class Style. Color Printing and Neat ami Tasty Designs for Commercial Printing Our Specialty. pressworkTor the trade Jues.tr M,GILL& WALLACE, Printers, 1107 K Street Northwest, The OUsst Bstahrhhad Frist He ie Washtagten. FACIUT1B8 FOR GENERAL JOB WORE UNSUHPAStBD BY ANY HOtteS IN THE CiTY, A Syneinl Ltoa ef tae T, alert Mart la Wadduia Oaada aad lavMattea. Bsasa Pra iwinnw. ate., with EsvaiepM te Mateb, Jttet received. USUAL WOItK A SI' KOI A LTV AadSveryKiad ef Seek Fitettae Bxeeatadaa at Laweet Haias. TBUBtUiB CALL. H-S. GREAT FALLS ICE COMPANY, OFFICE: 924 Pennsylvania Ave. Wbls$SJ fUpi tffl" fhCnAifWhsl let KENNEBEC ICE, One Weens go to AH facts ef tee Cits, rtliiS MB. tut ai 4Ss. dOHNp.AQNEW&CO MfeHffc ui KtWft's Cutt Cud OCWC UK . CCusuorw eWMtogi. Y4(: cor- - uBtl.tM- 'mJHaQal: Odice. Me aid, .-. BOOKS BOUGHT. Ixeootorsor utters ha. vise eUber libraries or aiU tioUe.lka oi book to djaao uf tm STked to ddtee thtt uadjjralisued. te ee al all tteea ready to purcha,-e tie mm o tthentl term, aad tor Immodlitle nay moat Tee aeUu, luuiunuitc two uu..urtalul. of aiLLiu suit la thereby iioldod W H LuttDKJUUUt OO . -" 'ta 11J1 jjiJ nu v ,1 OTTTCtl OF WTOWARiJ tOTHROP, tMPMFlMMNNi ?SA. m w ukmrn Am witsm tumsm rrofcen Hs ef alWat m Mdret ttml net, Whfret ?fvy M fMnry Strtees hate . ,m iMlei eW 11 " DniJtiOlSTS SOSDRIBS. Lew Wlhl n- &p, owe (en eakes re W'oedwerd A lioihrw's lt Triple Hi traet.lnall thetefttlte eiten, 11 eswee ket tles. 4Se eaeh. Weeilwanl t Lothrojt Best West Imlhr Kay jtMM, i Hnt le, 1 ptnt see. raeher's Tar Seep, fer the teIet and bath, lc rer cake. Bleetro aileee, fer peWWii solid I1vt ami plated ware, lOe pee hex, Bleetro Silicon Sap, It per sake. Pint Beer. JEWELRY. Taney Lace tins, ie cash, Faney Uci'l,wllh ebatn altaaked, lie each. shirt stud, , ami See per set. Cold llead, SI, e.at, JU.T5, t anil .. liver Deed', il and MS. SolM Sliver Dead lraeeteU, Te, $!. ami 51.M. nrst A4r WOODWARD & LOTHROP, Comer 11th nutl F Sts.N. W. DO YOU WANT BARGAINS in House Furnishings? It so, See Those Offered by JULIUS LANSBUflGH, Tliirlceiilli unit r Slictl. IMMENSE REDDCT10NS -IN- EYERY DEPARTMENT. CUUTAWS. nil APE HIES AND UPHOLSTEKYCOODS CUT TO LES6 THAN ONBHALP Of roiiiiEit rmcE. .ori; tiii: ii.titRAi..s oiri:iti:t). Seealrs Orhwtal Striped CertalM. r!uei to S-tU per pair, ionaer Khw, JW; very haadtOBM. . TflwdrilBipettadPiiBjaUCertahM. redueed to JS.se par jalr; fonar priee, MS; elwutt aadatylfah. ST paws FaiwT Mriead Ltobt-Wahxbt Cur tohH. radiuwl JWmb to Mi dot pair; cool aad durable for Muaaar. aad TAIKiTJIIB6 FOR PURNrTURE COVBK mass AMD UXAPBRf: Kedneed froa tt to SI. mt yard. " SI MWTSo ilJttofise " Matting. Matting. The post !: ;v aed varied assort amet tU city. Ouiae to tha ad -' hav Mdeeed ptfaa tm the ever tbowa la U veaced na.ua we oamauoex. mm oU White Hatttes, isdaoed W $ per lefi. SWhUIh Fsjsey Mattiux, Mdaeed toKpes' snroU Beewlen Mattiac. reduced baM per roH. sse lolli taeajahiM Itattia. redueed te U prroU- tt mUs beaesieM Matt tec sedaeedta $ii MrruU. JmjW aad Vaacy lMteiu. Furniture. Furniture, Sri reduction ta the iVraittuu awat, Pviees COT FCIXY SB PXS Gl ljuok at thjoe eadiae S-Btece Solid Oik CbtadNr hull uCarad at Aatiw aad Siateeath t'cataty HaUh. Larae DcMer.Bev eiadeiasa. Taaaesaiss wereieadeespraMdy lor u. after our owe deaWm. aad are with out dottbt the aaaat v w howo lor the Moaay. Worth rally lea. Ke thaiu to match. SI aauk. m Kockento aaatch. s eaoh. am iiuimu w awtLB, ii ae Baby Carriages. :s Biferwit Styles. Soe taoae oSerad at tt.es. taaMMtiBtasaraat. JfttLIiX ATTJATiOh' l oallaKl to lhu) uCaredatm Taia carrlaa Swtthout ea leptles the beat evur a&owa at that prow AitetUttu i alMt cauad to a vary aaadaome piaee fartur aait. Mlaterod la atU Kuah aid Tapestry redaaad to S6T.99; worth m. Jtuat be sees to he ptru.itei. BUrSL.SUTOSad K'X t'atST8 troia cfpie. So w hwih uwh ua ue ssi Mr mm u VKm$ to ahaerh er rotaiu the VIM Saras and U UUaOW aCBKJtKe u ordar. LowFrkea. njtiTsufc- tisj t-iuuui oji m Wall Papars, Si w aad turrtct sse-t. FurtrnttKN tur uihd- JULIUS LMSBURGH. 'fltijrtecMUi uuii t aureate. AJtrsRarais. AtRArf,H"8 gRastj orKPA nor f IventBt at:is. No Matim r LRMSKT OPERA COMPANY r CafttrtS Owir orera. 1WB -W Ay .iUjWWH iWHTTw sWfliiiiti mi rei V) an i r.o M wst-anes Opera, the b t rpitu KEOLIKN. I lt 8fi of All Mnsioal Insim-i its i perrorras any ranslc evem a watts or a ha'lad to an overture or a symphony more twentlfelly and more nearly pwrfeet than any other single nt. The Aeolian Is not mechanical, bat 'm HMMpntatlen of It is so simple that a per-on eeeretrfi teptey It with from one toti rca wee prftetlee. Tow visit to tbiin Mfsnawi will be esteemed a favor at E, F. DROOP'S, MS PA. AVK., r Sle'ntrar and Eele Areat forSte'nway and Other FJrrt uia 9aes rkinos itnd Orimni. KXCUHSlONS, TUXE KVKSINOSON THK IttVBR. VnK SEW PAL,TtAI, IROS AND STFEL. STKAMER, CHARLES MACALESTER. The Finest ami Vastest and only New Stei u-i on tlie rotomao Hirer. Water-Tlcht Iron Compartments, mnkinij t hs MAOALRSTKU Absolutely fare 198 Slevtrlc I.lRhts Klectrlo -carrh ti.-lit HltimlnMlnft the Hirer and Landing Leaving J-er wharf, f!Wt of ttli st ATeo V M. 8IIAHP, FI11DAY AND SATURDAY EVENING?, .HNK J7 AM) 81, ami on each Friday and Haturdny oren'nsr ilHrlnr the season of 1H, arrltlnK In Wash ington mi her return at 10 o'clock p. m. 0 JI11.BS TO INDIAN HEAD ANDItnrURN, Ijindlneat MAltSltAM, IIA1.L Golneand Itcturnlnp. Eleeant Cafe on tho Charles Stat-aWcr ileal and Lnnohes at Marshall Hall Res taurant. FARE, ROUND TRIP. 85 '. Snnday trips to Marvlmll Hall at it a ra., !Sd, Si and 8KW p. va. sharp. Host of Order Guataniced JgT,t L. U H1,AKE. Capttln BAY RIDGE, 1 ON THK CIIKSAI'EAKK. OPEN JUNE III. N aval Academy Band. FINBfjT JIBALS. FINEST ATTRACTIONS. KVERYTHINO THE 1IBST. Trains leave 11. O. Depot, week day. ! 11 a. lMlaml I.Wp. m. Mundayi, 0 "nil, lJOamlS.15 p m Leave Day Ridge, week ilaj. 6 10 ..in! s :o p.. Sandais, 8 and 9 p. ra. Hound Trip Tickets $1.00 J.T.ODELI, General M inner, CIIA8. 0. SWLU Oen'l Passenirer Agent, Jwlv.lf The Mount Vernon AND MAIUillAU. HAM. STEAM 110 T COMPANY. Oa sad after JUNE l.lsoo. the newlro.n-.d ateel steamer, CHARLES MACALESTEU. will leave oar wharr.root of SEVKVTIlM. for MOUNT VEHNON and JIAItsll.tLt. HALI. at follow: For MOUNT VKHNON-Everyday except Sunday) at 10 a. m and 1 30 p, m-. rc'iiriiuij.-. ai i and .10 p. m. I'aMenirera nan remain ar. MOUNT VERNON until second boat K-atei ir detlred. Fare, round trip, SI, luclud ng ad alMlonto the Maaoloaand (iroun.li Ele gant cafe on ih boat. MeaU and lan l.ti aorvad promptly For SlAHSllALI. HALL-Same as MOUNT VKHNON achdula (or week days. onbUNDAYU at 11 a. m.,'i.si3 and 8 P.m., returning at . 5.30 and 9 p. in. wOb hlllDAYS and SATURDAYS. Special Moonlight Bicurdoes down the ilrer tu INDIAN HEAD, touching at MARSHALL HALL aolne and returnloif, leavlnt; Washms ton at (hSO p. m reachloic city on return at loo m, MeaU and lunebea at all times at MAR SHALL HALL lte.taurant. Fare to MARSHALL HALL and return, rents on any trlp;cUildren,lK)twen ttand id yearn, is eent. Ihe porular and reliable iteaner W.W. COHCOltAN will wake her river lauding as far down a OLYMONT, feeding at MAK fcllALI, HALLgotsg aad raturninir. leaviut; iwr wharf dally (except Sunday) at 10 it. m. reiutnlK at 4 p. ra. Round trip, as cents. Sunday Irlpaof the W VV. COHluRANto MARSHALL HALL will be annouu -e-I weekly. fce advertlseraeaU. Forchartara of tteameri MACALESTKR aad CORCORAN for either MOUNT VERNON or MAHS.HALL HALL apply to L. L. liL AKB, Captain, oo t vainer. ju J.tf SUSIMKK ICKSOKTS, HOTEL LAFAYETTB. f)4PB MAY N T . a4'ioiaaMdataGeguets. Opau al t lie rear lastim aad tea water Iree lj4th- free to guraU Tha aaet aummer .in. I whaler report oa the eoatt. Uou witijiB 'a feat of the ar(, JAMBS & srEFFNElt, Piowtotom. jaitl a Dkeelify of Lawyers asd Law Firms piMPBKLL CAKKINO-fON, ATT0WBY-AT-L.1W, MfiD street aorthwwt. WahtatOB, D. CU Wniwliir Law BathUaff . ihMadAae. lata M mini at mtfthgat. wveaasaisBavsj p a asrew awa t.sSTsfawSja TUMMI Jt WBSB ATTOSUilY A OtMIHKSLLOBil. tat fifth HMat, wmmm.WmfM. . Sapry SaadafTWehh. Jeha blday Wahh. feteAs.tt -lyOOaUSUHY WhHtBUtK. AngatmY-AT-LAw. Utaad swttt t-, Cfcaeaaar awiaa. aear T ftaiwataa ava WaaUaioa, D. C FrseticiM hi the Coart of the Watrict and ol Wawa aaataVa Cuaoty. Xd. loJ7 JAS.tl Sy. rmuam. j . g. zacuw y. t. B. MdCBMKEY. rwtLLU. 8JU.tiBY Jt McKKiXlY. SaaBalidiaa. Fat- T AL1WWM MstMSOK, ATWMUfBY-ATf-lAW. fehr-dJtatf -UI Math street. WHTCHES. m. w. mm HUT UastUM I tuta Ji CeUl atteuHtm to ihn ff Vatchti ctmprisi MaAg tf wiiT isf tfrf Atfr ''' M m wmi fm JT9 A ! i i f ,