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THE DAILY ( KITir, TrEPOAY EVENING, DEC EMUEK IK 1KM).
- U Ml.rTWN TO REMOVE I 'KS THE IRE OF THE HEW TOWERS Pm f unced as tJftpftlTrtfe M AfU?t the WislM if ll Wkkf . THE RENLOTIM RNUiT DlFiATBfi. So the Orart af ike BtifiUftteW ant- eral Wilt Rami at RJTertW, Without & HMRftefll. The resolution looking to the removal of the remains of Gen. Grant from amid the liorw stables and billy Boats of IUvcrsltle Park to Arlington same tip in the House tills Afternoon. Repre sentative O'Neill of Pennsylvania nailed it up. Immediately the New York men pot upon their feet ami alto jfot rsmp. ant. They railed sirch a row that It was some minutes before the Speaker could pet the Home into anything re sembling order. They howled like f-thoolboys. The first speaker upon the resolution was Mr. Qulnn of New York. He said that General Grunt's dying renuest, a request that he had also made some time heforo Ids death, was that he lie burled In New York the State in which ho died and which ho lovod so well. To remove his remains would lie to painfully stretch the heart strings of his widow. He did not think that his time honored friend, Mr. O'Neill really knew what he was about In ad vocating tue removal. Jlr. Flower, nlso of New York, spoko against removal. He pulled Napoleon, dackson, Jefferson, aninoarly every body cl.o who is doad Into his speech Tie said that Now York was going to build n magnificent monument over General Orant'a remains If they were allowed to slay where tbey are. And as an earnest of that Intention, he re ferred to the contribution that New York had mado to the .Tohn'town suf ftrcrs. It would bo unpatriotic to re move General Grant's remains; It would Ic cruel to his widow, and It would be In tho Interest of an Arlington roil estate boom. Itepresentntlves Ilalncr and Amos Cummings, both of Now York, came nlnug then. They spoko of tho atrocity of Mr. O'Neill's rotolu lUii. ami about tho dutuerallon of the graves of tho eminent dead. U one point Mr. Cummings said: "I I'dusc for a reply." Hut he did not j . me. This was one of the features of Mr CumniiDgs' speech. Thu other ono v.,ii his quotation of the epitaph upon Miukespt-are' tomb about cursing htm "who dlsturl my bonos." Mr. Uiim n.lncssald that Shakespeare wrote that epitaph Mmsulf, which showed that Mr. Cummings was but a tyro In Shakes pcatlana. Mr. Cummings was also laboring un der the delusion, apparently, that some body wanted to monkey with the dust of Garibaldi and others. Mr. Cutcheou of Michigan said that he would vote for the resolution. He would do so for national reasons. General Grant belonged to no particular locality, hut to the whnlo country. His ristlng place should be tho Nation's Capital, and where, also, repose the dust of Sheridan and 13.000 other heroes whom he commanded. Mr Mason of Illinois was opposed to the removal. It would be barbarism to do such a tblnir. Mr. Maton went back to the Crusader and worked the phase "sacred dust" for all It was wurtb. He made the hearts of the New York men glad by saying that he did not care whether or not thu people over there built a monument to General Grant or not. Representative O'-Nelll made a good speech In which he showed how pub lic sentiment and the feelings of the survivors of the war were In favor of removal. He also demonstrated that the members of the dead General's family were In favor of doing in the matter as the people through thlr rep resentatives In Congress might think to be advisable. Mr Kerr of Iowa propoted arosolu lion that! the remains be removed to some place in Illinois to be seUcted by the legislature of that State, but it was not enteital&ed. Mr. Splnola startled the Ilouw by faying that time was not a sUai member from New York la favor of the lesolutlou. He also toUl about how u.any mn from New York wet U the I nton Army. Tbti wag at exactly ulivsBt, but Mr. Sjptwuli sawned is think It was. He said also that th- yattoval wouU be grave rotoWag. I la tkougkl last he could bear GeurI Grant's vole front the clouds, calUac fort: "Ulwrley O'Neill, let mi atone. I aaa netia peacefully. Ok, Chatty O'KbsJI, bit u.e be'" Tkls was soanewsat sacra- til pi ligtuus. but the New York vaofji an- nudcd it. Mr. Blsgkam of Peansylvaai wa fur the removal, tad fet safeuiuad Ufa New York plea tfcat taoen oaw that were going to build a Oraat twin awl because tkey aa4 sahserthad to the Johnstown relief tuad. Mr. Caaaoa at ItMaoat was la favor of the resolution. Mr. Mouse of Kw Waejfsiiiw atd tie iesoluito to ho ttawtas, aasMeaaif and uapattfeek. )a aiftawt a aanl eetate boots, was at thai aottesH of the proposed removal. Mr. DuaaeU said that Uw wwoluttoa ubt tu pass, for Maaay raws Oats of wak-n, was that wow twos mould L-.it the gra of flaaenl Chant wea It at the National CafMat tha H k was at any other poiat. Mi r'aruuiar of Most York aaaAestad i.).iui te tneuausioa foe & York icuoiis. T nuwo Use worm twain tuud bail not aaaa labwd by Saw York i.rua,ifd was Uum Mm eoavavbteo Ju m it In cg. was too iaottcUbl. Wr iuuui of Kw Yort wte4 to uuj itui lciuu waklt ike ad ioMtv4 irciu Ntw Yotk. tat Me. o of t ibk ub.cU4. TLe vote was tlkaa takM. It was nuluubyta a-n mc nolo tfcat th icttoiuitoa wao iiihma 4 dtvapJ M U fts aa4 1W sataat ih ilscIvuUml Tai f urta ciiaefcad It i L-. t4s aad oy wuie otdcrod. 1 tt. tcuu ictoluiiua. looslu t j dw Tfmrvsl of th" Grant rcm-dm fr.m Ttiverstde to Arlington was drfeated In th Honp on a standins- vote 5j to 118. tfce aye and My vote atooxrod H th)k tire tesotiMtnn ad 9 In favor of ft. Thw tnw tti pwpoalWoti for tike tWMtvftl of Geveral Gram's remains to Atllngton given a quietus. j. -tn the Sfermto. 1 tli Semite to-day onrnftunrcstfrms wre ftttnttl fw the i Attotwgf -ffei-eral In response to fwottittons of the Senate calling for Information as to voting plAces awrJ as to election snper vlftt. The Attoflsey-Geirtfal state! that his department ha not the means of supplying the information asked. A petition was presented fro n the Wage-Workers Political Alliance of Vasblrniton, D. C, asking that no n Itoiml Imnk stockholder shall be cort tlnmd as a member of the Committee on Finance. Senate 1HI1 was passed attUiortxing the First National Hank of Fort Hen ton, Mont., tn ettanfetts hwatkm to the city of Great Falls, ami its name to that of the Northwestern National Hank of Great Falls. The Senate bill Introduced list ses sion to establish a ptibllo farm In each county wllhln the limit Of the republic was reported back adversely ami indefi nitely postponed. At the request of the Committee on Agrlctilture the Farmers' Alliance Sub Treasury bill was transferred from that committee to the Committee on Finance. Mr. Dumb Introduced a hill to reduce the amount of United States bond; to be required of national Imnks to replace their surrendered notes, ami to provide for tho free coinage of silver. He-ferred. He also offered an amendment (In the same terms) to a bill nnw on the calen dar, so that the matter can be brought before the Senate Independently of any report of the Finance Committee. In doing so he gave notice that If the Election bill was not dlspoel of at an early day be would move to lay It aside for tho time being In order that the btll Just Introduced by him, and all other measures relating to the (lnauclal con dition of the country, should be con sidered. Something, ho said, should be done. Congress had on It a responsibility which, In his judgment, It could not avoid for any great period of time, without letting go by a very groat op portunity for helping the on tin try, and one which (tu his Judgment) would not occur again In very many years. If somelhlug was not dono within tho ths next two or three weeks. It might as woll bo postponed Indefinitely. Mr. McPhcrson offered a resolution (which was agreed to), calling on the Secretary of the Treasury for a certi fied copy of the accounts of John I. Davenport, chief supervisor of elec tions for tho Southern dlsttlct of Nrw York for tho elections of 188-t. lW and 1888, together with reports, cor respondence, etc. Mr. Quay offered a resolution (which was referred) for the amend ment of the Tariff bill on the subject of cables,- cordage and twine. He also presented a petition from the Wage Workers' Alliance of Wusblngton. D. C.to provide for thu publication of a periodical, to Ik) known as "The Wage-Worker." A resolution offered by Mr. Butler was agreed to, directing tito Attoruey Gcnoral and the commission on a site far the Government Printing Olllce to take no further proceedings In the matter until the Senate shall have acted on a report from the Committee on Printing. The Federal UWetlona bill was then taken up, ami Mr. Kerry addressed the Senate in opposition to It. Capital Sate; Judge Stewart of Georgia yesterday pr&sented a resolution Instructing the IIouh) Committee on Hanking and Cur rency to formulate ami bring in some measure to relieve the financial condi tion of the country. In the preamble ho spoaks of free coinage, the issue of legal tenders for the redemption of bonds, the repeal of the tax on State bank Issues, and tho change of the national bank laws so as to admit of Iosbb on realty as measures that would heal the distress of the people. Yesterday was Hlue Monday fur the railroad eotupaoias of the District eight tickets for 2o cents, and bo gat, no fare. During the dtecuatioa of the IadUa matter lu tho Soaate yesterday a 1!UI tilt happened between Mess. Yoor bees and Paddock. The latter ladulged In ailing at "military eklettalas" who at every crossroads tbey stop at send foraowspantr mca to latervlew taaaa Mr. Yoixbobadeetiaed to be Interrupted sad as Mr. Paddock kept rlUt oa tfae Tall Sycafoote spoke to Mas sharply, a ccutdo of times, say lag: "I decliae to be lateirupiad. Does the mMtlatiaa not uaderstaad this r " Later Mr. Yaor kaes apotooiaed for objaetiac to later ittatioB and peace oaeo mam relgaed. Tfcf re was a report at the CapU j1 to day that weat too rouads with a good deal of liulswace. It was that taa PieaMsat would to morrow sead to la tiraalo the aoah&aUoa of a sueceseof to tk late justice Mtlltr A d the report had it that the uaw to cooie ia is too anato of W. H. H Mill, at pteaeat Attosaajr-Goswai of tae Cabal States. Tb Pickidottt, U is wli kaowa, want lo nominate Mir. Milks. The ooiy rua soa he has not already doae so was be cause of the fear that tho auojiaaHoa wkbt. thsough the oppositioa of Mr. dsauads. coalman of the JudkUiy Couuuiuee. fail of foeHramioa It k bow asserted that that oaooskloa hte hsesi oveecosae. aad that r. Miiiet will reach the goal of his aashttloa. There U .aasideraUe discuisloe atsMMStf Seoators esui )aaashesa as to a two ' holfciajr aijomraaiiswt The UttUitq is wuek aoMaat It. yajth.'al4rl7 uamM tke SdBaaguas&iiwia. It m thouAt that iaaiead of takiag the vaual two weeks' hoUda a utesm of three dy oidy wiil be luea at Cttria ad ALiiw i taut s. t Be Mdgauie of swawvwt w as" ja aawv bjspww ww m ttaitSAudiy jueat. aftd tae KmAiSi-ajiA iuu fbisirniis of Bsoslfla as igyy iiqijh Bivaiaaw artflpi iwyw PiWNatnts f-iMnai ia- Over in FaaaeyWaola, to the ElghUcaib Ithrtah t. Cavsalo IHtm was elected to the towex house of the State T nJntainre a-t the saavi ;ti;c Uoa he was csda4ae l Cjkss gateat lr. AiiMoaoa- He bow pr Bests h LOBlssat- .Mother cutest ftosa the asHM ifeate U UmU uf Tauaue H. Urer agaiM Unxvaitite ScaXl ilr. Cc:v (.hiuges faiit uUUaii u ui-1 Elc;tl o'.ina The tohnrrn n lntr Mil piv30'I the Tlone yesterday at a lite hour. It dt re cts tfie Secretary of the Treasury to refund, after January i, any mowers paid on Ifc flmnu factored tobeeco ra strck I e.veeJ of sl eeats a powad. The Demwefats fatnred this meaewns, for their owa tnen largelv will get thw nroney. If they make any tariff ll,nt It will be on the measwes toenforee treaty stttmlatttms with Hawaii ami other redpTotny ctswrtrlea. The Vree-PreeMent laM before the Senate to-day Ike annual report of the Utah Commission on the Industrial Christian Home Association of Utah. This home was ertabllsheil as a refuge for women who deslfed to abandon p -lyeamy. The numbt-r of Inmates of the Home Is twenty eight The report says that the fewness of tltee Is due In Dart to the restraining Influence of the Mor mon Church and part to "female pride, which Interprets a position in the Insti tution as an evidence of degrading pau perism." The Commission believes, however, that the establishment of the Institution baa done good work In tbat It ha stimulated the church to greater dill fience In caring tor the class or people ntcmled to be benefited by It. The managers of the institution wish an ap propriation from Congress to enable them to purchase sewing machines and other apparatus to assist tn the estab lishment of an Industrial department. They also want authority to pay the expenses of persons wishing to reach the Institution from other parts of the Territory. There Is a fund for the pay ment of the expanses of these who wish to leave the Territory, but this has never been called upon. The number of the applicants for admission during the past year was forty-five, and of these twetjty-flve were ineligible. The authorities of the Home do not believe that It has had n fair trial yet. They believe that the recent manifesto of the president of the Mormon Church against polygamy will tend to remove the prejudice against the Home, and will give It n better chance of doing good. At the meeting of the Committee on Finance this morning Senator Aldrich was authorized to niftko a favorable re pott on tbo bill, which passed the House yesterday, providing for arelxito on manufactured tobacco tn store Jan uary 1 proximo. TheScnnto Committee on Agricul ture and Forestry nt Its meeting this morning ordered a report without recommendation on the Conger Lard bill. Thu minority of the committee reserved tho right to present n separate report. The btll to nstablish a public farm In every county was ordered reported adversely Tho bills to establish sub-treasuries throughout tho United .States (the Farmers' Alliance bills) were ordered reported back to tho Senate with the ncommendatlon that they lie referred to the Committee on Finance. A favorable reiwrt was ordered on the hill tosubject.oleomnrg.ulne to the laws of the several Slates. The Joint resolution of Mr. lngalls for the lssuo of seeds to the bettlers of Nebraska and Kansas who have suffered from the drought, was considered, ami Mr. Paddock wus authorised to report an amendment to the Agricultural Ap propriation bill approprlatlne foO.OOO. to bo expended under the direction of the Secretary of Agriculture for the purchase and distribution of seeds among the settlers In the country west of the Missouri Ulvcr who have suffered from the drought during the last year. TJ. J. Gerry of California was to day sworn In as a member of the House to succeed He Haven, deceased. Ilepre sentatlvo Pinder of New York has already taken the. place of Mr. Wilber, who died during his term. Hoth Mr. Gerry and Mr. Pinder are Democrats, whlie De Haven and Wilber were Re publicans. Mr. Ureeklnrldge of Arkansas, another Democrat, has taken the oath as his pwn suecessor. Jly these things the Republicans In the House already have a foretaste of what the November cyclone means. Their majority, which they worked so hard to uet la thus redueed la the number of six They will truly have lo hustle to keep a quorum on hand. Mr- Dunnell, chairman of the House Committee on the Fleveath Census, In troduced In the House to-day a bill making an apportionment of Repre sentatives la Congress among the sev eral States. Tbe bill provide that after the &1 day of March, 1S03. (he House skill be composed of 58 members. The repre sentation of some of the States is In creased m follows: Alabama 1, Arksasas 'i, California 1, Georgia l, liliaoU 3, Kaasas 1, Massa chusetts 1, MiefclgM 1, MlamMota 3, Missouri 1, Nebraska a. New Jersey 1, Ougoe 1, Peeaayivaals 8. Tenaessee t, Texas 3, Washiaatoa 1, WUeoasin t. The reprefctatioe from the other Mates will nimla tiBehanged. This bill U very like the oae recently iatrodueed by Representative Fraak of Missouri. The aotKwUoaBieai is oa the same basis of stonsealatlow. The DuBaeil UM as iatrodueed has beea agreed to by the BepobUeaa members of, the Ceaeus Coaamittee, aad it will probably he reported back to the House U-ttiortow watt the committee meets. It Las beea cleiand tbat fceaator Quay was eufaged la pxepariag a Ked ersl Elect Uie WIT, sj a ubtJtute for the Hoar Loiige Bowed Daveaaort wea-me bow before the Ueaata. mi- tjusy was seen la regard to the matter. lie saM that he did sot ease to say say tkiag at this tieae upon lite subject, but later he s4sajtttwl that he and have such a measure ia eoatoaaplailoB, though he had aot at eaared it. aor had ke begun the week of pceaarariua. lie asM he had at? iateaUou of a 1sjF'ffffe the bill u-.w under coaeider jsfilflp ano way Bistsaiaatt lie taaskt nee Bare would acooed wish the views of the HepubrhsaB Bettasoflal yaww When asked as to tike way ia which U Wou)d ui&r from the measure bow heffsc tike HoBujU hut said ke thjousthA t& t'vuUi he iaade atore ''prakTa fa its worhfasifs aail thereiose lans ohanDeVNaar hie to the owoahloe Jf by BteeUcal he Bsaaa BBBoeuusM he ia ekMshsIoss riser. The hVtaxbliveas of that House wul holdaeaueua lo-anwht to select a aew poMuuMer. vfce Wheat. The W t&DAgHat iueetiow wsH he liiiirussajdi ajad hM.-'uJWuiiy other taatter. Mriis.ai!ie Crisp of lidurgU t 4y said tk he thought It poasJNe tot ifcf giuMi KeeubUoanj to pass the rn-t Vill ii tkat mtMue should L test over ftuiu the ullxct cuJ f the Capitvl "J'bty iuvi cttuogh uitu. Vrrs for a ipmrnm. he rintinurl, 1 srd the ntfrndanor Is niv vrv good m thtir Me. I think that they ara Miflkrcnt'y in dlsc-lollue to command the presence of the rrqnlslte qwota M theft ranks to do what they want to. AH, thfa, hntcever. with a reaeft tton. which reservation In regard to H Fotce Mil ft that there may be wh f. theft on sMe in opposition to M to lasnnsltt defeat." BftUvTim m StNATM. itr. the AlltHM-n tJnmintntH Mr )rent Stnntor Itamptinn, Cot.cMmA, S. C, Dwo. 9 TT Sena torial contest opened In the Ganeral AsaemWy to day. Only one battel was taken, resulting as follows: Ifby, 5: DonaMton, !; Geo. D. Tillman, 1; Hemphill, 9; Keith, 3. Itby, Alliance farmer, lacks IS vote, which he Is likely to get. There wilt be nt mare balloting nntH to morrow. FINANCIAL AND G0XM1R6UU Nnw Yomr, Dec 9. Money on call was stringent this morning, loanlmr as hlsh ae 18 per cent. Kxchantc steady; posted r tea, 480 4t; actual rates. I8l-I87i for sixty days and -188482 for detnaml. Qovernments closed steady; currency 0s, 100 bid; 4s coupon, 113 bnl; lis do., 1(13 bid. The stock market opened buoyant this morning, ami in the early dealings prices advanced i to Hi per cent. Liberal rolling followed this sharp ad vance for the purpose of renllr.lng, and resulted In n fbarp reaction. Toward 11 o'clock prices again ral lied. 8t. Paul, Lackawanna. Missouri Pacific. Union Pacific, Louisville and Nashville. Atchison and 1 leading were the most active stocks of the morning hour, and recorded the widest fluctua tions. In the second hour of business West ern Union was the feature. It was quite freely sold on reports that the company would pass Its next dividend. Its price declined from 74 to 73 and the rest of tho list declined In sympathy. At this writing the market Is dull with a slight decline from the first prices. Wnnliluctoii Stock Kxclmnce, SJe regular Call IS o'clock m. V. tf. -to, Contn, MiO a 1331. V. S. 4, Keg., 1,000 a 1211. Cap. X North O Bt. It. lU,l)aMi-5a6;Kan8;:oaM;10afi5; 10b M; 10 a Aft; 4 a fift; 10 a 6ft. Col. Fire Ins., 8 a 16. Vti. (!a, 3S a 40; ! a41; 3ft a 45, Atnerloan OrHpliopliotie, ISO a 11; EC a 10). Wah. Loan ,t Truat Co., too a 41; 100 a 44:100 a 4J; 40 a 4). American Security V Trust Co., 'JO a 031 ; 35 a H3J. MlKoltariMHU bonds U. 8. l'.le-.trlc Ltgtat 1st, 0, j U. 8. Klectrlc Light, 3.1, 0, ; W. t (. It. It. 10-40 V, lfWJ.'aB, 1131; V. V O. Convertible O's, 113; Masonic Hall Ass'n, 5'a, C ltst, 101; Waeli. .Market Co., 1st .Mort,, O's, 1, Wash. Market Co., Imp., O's, ; lnlM .t itaboaril Co., t)'s, C iSUT, ; Watti. I.t. Infantry, 1st, 8's, 1WI. -; Wash. Lt, In fantry, 1, rs, 1WM.04; Wash. Oas Light Co., Scr. A, 0', '.ID); Wali. (las Light Co., for. 1), (Vf,U7): llygenle Ice Co., ltt Mort., O's, ; American security atxl Trust, UM. National Ikhk Stocks Hank ot WasM trgicu, 440: liank of Hepubllc, 300; M.trn iwlltan, SA: Central, 800: 8eroud, 'Joo: farmers and .Mechanic. tVO; Cltltens', 170: I oliimMa, ; Capital, 110; West Kuil, , Trailers', : Lincoln. 110 IUIIroeil titneka Washington ami Georgetown, 38ft; Metruixilltnu, ; Co lumbia, ; Capitol 80.1 North O Street, 54 J; Kcklngton anil Soltllurn' Home, 54; Georgetown and Tciiuallytown, 47; llriitht wooL iDMiranee Stocks Firemen's, 43; Frank lin, 60: Metropolitan, 80; National Union, 18; Arlington, ; Corcoran, nS: Colum bia, ; German American, 17ft; Potomac, SO; ltlgga, ; l'eopls's, ft; Llm-oln, ft. Title iMtirance Stocks Heat rotate Title, 13A; Columbia Tttls, o; Washington Title, -. Oesaud Uectrlc light Stocks WVlUMir ton (iaa. 46; Georgetown Gas, 4S; V. a. Wtctrlc Light, 135. Telephone Stocks l'snnevlvsnta, 3ft; CheMieaks slid l'otomac, ; American (Irapliuplioiie, 103. Miscellaneous Stocks. Waablagton Mar Let Co., 10; Washington lirtek MacbltM Co., ; Great Falls lee Co., ; Unit lUiu l'miorajiM Co., ; National Safe De posit, 380; Washington Safe Deposit, 13S; WaebJMtton Loan ami Trust Co., 4; Na tional TvpouralilUc, ; Mergentbaler, ; l'peumaii iiie Gun CerrUeo, 1; Aawwlciin Hecurrty awl Trust Co., 63; J.lueoln 1U1 -; lljgfente lee Co., Interocoti nuiwing co., . Chlcncu Oraln ainrker. Ciiic.voo, Dec. 8. Opening Wheat May, 9S; Corn Slay, 5-1 J. Oats May, 48. Pork January, 10.1H; 31ay, 11.S13. Ird January. 5.t), JIay. 6.40. Ribs January, 5.20. BROWN'S IRON BITTERS Cures Dyspepsia, In digestion & Debility. EHeu. MeLKAN.-Uonaaii slabt, UecaeOr s 1, at tU rrtliltmtc ia Waiisgum. 1. C. Wli iMtua ItcLtwu of iacieastl, U the T b ycur of kl S- CLIOJKST).-Dspartaa thl leuukti dar,beeiaar S. fca. at -SS p. as., hamu-1 B. CleavsU. la tke 47th jtr of lU(t-, t. . loftU huhk ml of Barbara v. Clteaeats. CLRMMKTS.-Ou Suttday. Qeeraitwr T. S, M S:St a. ., Jobs WillUm. To.'t MdocStepaca A. a4 UMliu C. Clsawun, aed S weetbii aett T days. PKYTKBS.-OB Suaday. prabsr T. too. itl o'iJkW a. a., filear, bdovea Mubiil of an rewfcw. 6HOVKK.-OH M,ilay, Decvabwr, . l'JJ. at 3a a . of ateuro-BatuakioU, WiUUv i Ciofsr. , . Fuuerai iU tats i4it fo ki UM r.--i licaia, T31 Twtylhjnt siraai sirthwt, a caaaar- P ebw W, a itoVtork pa, Bslaiive sad fiivuda rtiwtfully iavisad. wT,d BasiaaAlsawtel. SrladerTU n Ji-... ,... V... . .. w HsariM n Kiunwi iwww . o'i'lotk i. a.. raw aw Ut ra-S4ae, Vo. 1M C tiul aurtkeakt. Irieudsaaa rela mvttee w altsee HMBtVM -tin ksiulur. Ltacaarixw 7. VM. Of Wart tsilurs, Asea 1- Um . seed t jea. TAYUHt -Itepertud tW Ufu Ikxembm T, IMS, t s ui'WV a a.. Alk.i .. yutuieet daiutaur oT JjNBw W. aad lUritci J. Tajrlor, 4a4 U seen ka 5 dy. SXtf'UT.-Oe UMeeUMHr T, lwW, VaU It. imiesst daasuter " Aeelat A aad the late lealTw4er. seJ Mawweat- nweralMSvato. WBTMOJUI -At Uamot. Cai. Ueceas bar , UW. fiSAtua Dents. iua.Mt c mid of Charles A. ad Aaaa anhk Wta, axed Wsaeaths- WWAja.-tsjnsmay a, at the tefcM.e of Us wetlar. tl Freaea ttniet. Ira K- Mew U, yoeiiavst oa uf tU Utc lev. UMua Mewaid. seed ai wan bu.raw.-at ai Loadoa. t-aa . TUur j. baw-B;hr . KiHt 8ALM MKJtKCMAIaalt "X tJiii'oVsSiHABaf KMt C$Y Suuaeaad otbr boU4iOK: oaeUurbrrU turn Wattitsatoa uu tnn.iunit. It. x. Ad titers ate Itass are. 4e9J mjb tUBgieiMisw tjr ujwob. n itauaw. cls5r r.OOM'K OM A1.L Xm. a-- oa- awitv w W4- 40, mstxt u uauiBUi uf Vo wleajaugfcasKti. -.ini mi imimm ii j II llll.wH "'" "'- own. uyjn m UM OK Slai. W4V aaWtttrif. f s awl tm P- SMt iloSaX W WAS Ml JajajBMtoaeu ve Artewfdasa blafa asvuri'i At CTIOJ) aAI.IW. Q BO. W STICRSK. Artctloner. wb ma st wt VBmaffl fcf vtrtne tf a certain 4eet or trnt.re ewitert tn t.ltr o HW. rottoei. et sea . one pltfc lard records for tt BlrtMetof f tairWa. and t ttie reqaest ot tbe part se ftiTrt ttifretiv, we SMlji-rrer for ssl ra fr mt ot ttierreniUt.rnTblmna.T. TO Win IUT p n? ( tntt.iaft,rt m ovlncit t m .tho followtns rtocrlbtd oropprtv, in ttie cttv of W's'Wmtcn. Tttr!ct of oolnnMa to wit: Alt cf !ff nnrkthenM fonrteen H4, In f 'ott man Aoanv. trtee, aMtrWan of lots In 'qnare two handled and seventt-srten 7T) Term if tntti- pne-tMrd easti and ttia bat anre in ore (li and two ft) years, wtth Inter est st the rate ot stt OS) per omtnm per an nnm, ratsMo cpml-ananallv. and ernrpit n a deed of trnt on tin wopert? sold, or all cash, at the option ot tae purchaser one BnMreil dollars deposit at time or sale All oonTMarr inr at preaT(i cost . Trm to be eomnlled with In tive flats, or the rron eft will be rcold at risk and cont of de fsnitlrir pnrchaser after flreda' readcer ttsenient In Ths WaunTos Cmrrr I iOHW T ARM. I W.M.MATSH .1R. detendd Trniec I taT'rTIBT RBXtiTRij. " DRrwHfrB, , m cmitoromsT, UtS Penna. a ve., oopostte wnlard's Hotel. ' Tbrmsands fton far and aearvtttt Dr. Willie's estabttttaiem for relief front and aroHumen i of tswne, bmilc, diseased nails am all , (ther ford tronblee. Ilontii. 8 a.m. to 8p.m. enadsrs.g to is. office foe, n mt VMtfor I pi finit the feet In noort order. KtaMlsned, Jr-J. WIlAtAM LKK (Sneeeeeor to Henry tee's seas), UXDBKTAKBH. TA. AVP. W. W., Smith Ste. Brawch OBte, S8 Marvlaed ave. a. w. -ar-VHy HOT HAVK rOUR StllRTS ade by one of the most eeienrnted cnttcm In A merle f Price samo as tbvw tMrd-rate ratters etmrre. P. T. HALL, W r stn v. tVitNTni) ItKI.f. rAJtTHP-A ooon. UKUAnLK roio it clrl torook and ilomnerai tmnewik In a small la ml J: lo waemna; also a reliable nnree, colored; both mnt stay at nlcht ami come well reeotnmemled. Apply nt US Hh at so. 9-St T 2TTKIJ-A WIMAN TO COOK WA-SH aad Iron. Apply immediately to! IW 17th st n w. 9 3t -TtrANTJlD-A UBI.IAtlt.K WOMAN FOR V V general housework tn small famtlr; no washing IMS Corcoran et 9-st "1TANTBD-A COLOltKD IJOYj TWO A V tralter. fall ISM nth st n v. a-St "rAXTKW-A NKAT, CAPA11LK WOMAN to cook ami ami. t In wasblnxand troti- Irr. iwawiitnw ajt ANTKD-A MIIIDt.K-AOKt) WlltTK ii at, bet!) wtimnn in a ninau inmiiy A(ipir w it ami nnw. t n "WANTF!) - A WKLLKRCOMMKMDItD white irlrt for eoneral honeework In a umall family, fall le mhatn w. an -rANTBD - DKCf J CI.KKKi A VOUXtl man of two or three rears.' experience. Apptr at KASTKLUAI 'H ura jtore. W3 Uw lpreT aren w. e It A rANTHi-A B7 C i,'ll ntHI NUT over SO lean old. to makehersKlf d-ii crallv iicfi,l lu a fittniljof I. Apply UU nor iiajBTpnw nit Vantkd-a Kimrr-i:it npkik mk torbk habjr: niii-t alTerefersnves. Art ply at ids t n w S It TATKI)-A WlllTJCUlHI.TOroOK ami t du homework; no washlair. Apply tn lMfteiftlntr. w. s-it MNTKH-A CtiMrs.TBNT (X)Og AHD I a unit rim: colme'; mart hrlnc refer cm e. Aldd J -SI lllllter Place .J'- "l7 AJITKD-OIHI. I OM (IKNBIIAL imtjeg- Hork;uow ahlnirorlrontnciiawhome; Sjb famUjr. 4SBN .1 aye M W'ANTllD-ltMR'KITCIIICN MAID; ALSO one loed Uundre-a at HUM. LKirMUf. ltce totli at. ill WANTKTJ-TIDV OKKMAN OtHL As lioutemaM and nurw; reference re gulfBil. Call In afiuriiuoa, ltt (1 nt. s-.it WAJiTKD-coon OtHLTO TAKK C.VKK 1 olcblhlreu and make Uenalt generally n(u I la a mall family- I7 (f it a w. 3 -It WANTLD SITIJATKIN8. A TANTEU-BV A KBrKCTABLK COI.'I) i slrl aplace todogeteral boHMtmiekln e Haaii reran j. Dul ico Home at nlrtiU. Ap ply 4 Ii KWiie at. I -f lib ana 5th and M at N atan w. 9 St 7ANTKD-hY A KMt'KTTABDKCOL'n 11 woman animation a flrst claaicook In private famtlr. or cook aad waab; can ccne well reeommended faU tinj) t t s f- 0 St YV7AJiTKD-BY A MKPKCrABLltCOLD i woman a alinaibm aa cook, no waablng; to atiy nlshta. Call or adoreas W tfth tnw. ast rAVrKD-BY A HKaTCLVMI UKHMAN man cook a aituatlou aa head omA; an ikwtaada all klada of oooklsa men'. paatry.oTMera.ete. Call MS 11th at n w. SSt VANTJ!I-A KAM8TKH8 IlBflRKH twtBir by tbo day or eek:apecUI refarencea given If delrd. Apply 21 ft) K at n w sit "W ATB1-BY A YOUK COL'O MAN A rttettHa a a atablo to taka i-are of tor: can clve refereMea Calloraddreaa 81 fit a) aw. 8 It w TANTED-AWTCAIION A COOK AND I to waab slut Iron Ik a aall urivata laaily.nut go hone at ul(tht; beat u( r'r eecaa. Aply UKViribH n w- e4t w ANTeU-tlTUATION BY A CBKMAX alrl aa t-baaberwabi or aaamilraaa. Ad- dreaa ISIS Aladlaow mw, a-lt rASTD-BY A bTKAUY, aOBKR Youac colorad aaa, a plain a coachman or to wotk about houae; U wtlluMt aad obtbjiaf ; ko4mI refereocii. llMiUCitaw. 5-St Y rATEl-BY A YOUNG lX)U)Ht) I wuawa. a clae SMMtral koawkiMDcr or eaamtifsfcabi lan 1 t a w. iu " rANTB0-BY A riKoTtLVM Ltlt I diaaa-vraablncutroat lutmm. aaa nit o trl-eiBerefeftrii WlJUnhW. '.U w TAiTBil-Y A KXeF2C'TABUI BOL'U I w oeu. a place to do aaaeral aouta- wuk ia a wivat laa'iy; wiaaa la stay -l neat; soon rrea. xin n a w. a FOB JtKNT -WMletK. ' ii a tccBib, at ti fUt a w. "-it. TTOJt BBT-11M MO T, 4 Oat SIXVL'K L' aUttd ruoaa, ad Soor, asat, sat aad bstb & h r looath- t-at nHSii -sis era wxrt .aXY -w.- t- . - - raMBsrin lnnMii 1111 moatum riMucA an 3d flour: Sttit&blat for LUtU aoaaakeeBlaa. f at IOB MBIT- VKFCBSIiattBO HUOlfa, L large aaa Ujrai . ou aa iu-r; wu aiuuu SMidate i or eyLUilaata. f ae u w. S-st 1TOH BKT - MBtiBBK (USiUBEa iU V pasaoadokutsUrxo. feaaiUoiai,id door a raar ivum. 1 iwuiaaad. at i A, ua a awou ssodatad at MMttbvaat acraar 17th aad Pats aw. Jt ijsw '!- bbai rtri'L yvgnisuBO 1 ' ruuaa va iw aw -1 nuar: aiucw or ! aula; U Boor aukaMa for oBVa; wutluua uxoomiti. aet.il Uianl. tcria munaraie uu Bataw. Sjs I7OBMm-A lAfcUB. 3W annaW. BkY 1 luow float uoia aewiv furnlihad: aaat Ska sas; ttftnicwi rauvd- APMf iUl K ataw- SSt ITOat kJUiT-LAkVuB 1 Ul BLB VAUUiU. V bay sria4 . aoatb aid weat kooS: also B bm4 caaiuber. Ut or wUboejl board, bass ot iv'mucm nlvwu. !Ui I 1H. ait MH Bi&V-LAaX.B, BAJflteaalBLY Ft H 1 BirbidoWtar:uf:al, Ufat, 4aovr ftort bcibtuiti; lealraUy looatod: van pan dotr: .uitlh lor at c. acciubrta w nat i;Xdt (BTMSl UTU ST W, tAajLJB. I" aanawaacls iBratabtid fioBi rooss ou -l aU: la privaU laaily i it 1.0 iifc-TO twitm ufr 1' trty. t-tdrooaj ttud oartori bxtb adjul -a: rvat 04.dt.taU: .ddres yl'UT . i Ity PoatotUe. 4t ruat KBWT- VkhY UtXtiHUHii 'I5IX5 F cuaas b lr c'omsW; s.ciUut pjon figtKat. i tf0ttbT-u A rB WkUaj M n istifa uf i Uxis r."W wltketactrlc Ujtata. Au4y at. ttuucp u, Aitaaw btlJiuii. uriv yi ummm F paxUK fclui bod Bss el Cmupwss: can .m; MUttiJiS M-aX&t Sat 11 l?t W&T-4 PtadKABXg H HWaJBD P rcusaa ad l ka-1 luvio ab luueatawiw; it BHidmraaa ratva. U" W t . t 4t UUtU'l- CBJiTUCBBN oaiti . SICBLV p larb-h.d ruum-1 j j uull pnvjla fas Jy ot ftdult!. nil lU t u Vt I XlK U.r UVWU.-iiJJKt Ft BMMIBJJ riABa Hi. bal'. ' J J la ti' lu WISHMSTQI BUSINESS DIRECTORY AJttlST' A rAJXTEns' .sr rvt.tr. BBO. rtYlSFAL. J.. S 7th t n. W. USD A. WnWIpT. SM dth t. BAKC1S MILLER, m 7 !Wh St. n. . rriNAHAIs. RiM.if.Y ro. Hill Pa. av. . m.rtnm n. nnTrn n A.trfy. k r ru.tr ire ft. A. , y.mtnaAn:.wtthst. Atvrinxitisnk BT'JrrAJfSDR imrw.. cnt. n and n t. MM flKAt.i!. BDWARt) 8.cBimrr. sir mh . a. 8. HABTBKBTJWT 1tS8 7th t. HHHirisH.n. PAB8T RRKWUm CO . 7t 'Votth r m. and a. ave 3V LIVS !! BltflBTSS. 8th and I. (its. ... W. B. S. C. PAL BR, ei8-l D stj W TTIBJATtOJIAtBnlWlTOCIJ,SI!ltha w. BATttoixiAT Ml ro, una nth t n w. Htrinrs, H. B. KlRKWTWtD. MB O st n. w. nrjiPHHllTn. rtamhst n w. carl ftif mm. w ma at a. w. Bon boWzjiah. mis s. t. ave. J. H RCB8BLUnXst n.w. LBW RRirTBR. h and Pa. ave. O. W. PR1VRR, aes Pa. ave. B. n a BRTT. law Pa. ave. HAKKttS. 3 H. RKlSIKQRR. WJ Ml st, . w. jons stowA wo . can st. llSBWBR.ollrt. n. w. orr.i:.. SjC. rALMBPJlBM SWh st. mr, TH AWUHBTOrT ROT ro.. mh and K n.w. uvtti:r, rjti:j:si; axi jmn.s. JAB. P. OTSTBR, Pa. ava and Sth St. nrrrtiKits. A, LOBrFLBR.asfMS Centre Market TROB T RBARB to M ontre Market. 3 ft. BUfrCHBR.MBtoMI centre Market. E1)W. BROOK Casi-n onire Market. OTTO ( RtPPRRT, 91 M Ontre Market. A. 4. RII.kY. (KM Centra Market. ir rvr.ns. OKO. 8. ATWATBR CO . I4SI-MM Pa. ave. OVKHMAS WIIBKI.CO.7f. Wthatnw. hoots, smuts .i.yii nvminns. J. II Ml)RAW,M9thrt. A. L. llA7.I.BTiX. rSSTthst. M STRUKIMi.SSOlli.aTe. OKO. W. Hit 11,717 Sarket Space. HOW Ft I, A Mi HRAY.MOIIhU n. W. tOHN r W 1I.I E8 r .919 7th Pt. a. w. L llFlt.llHUM,87tht n W. .1. finoL, One Price Mwv IloOPe.TSSTth st. NATIONAL HOTEL SflOBSTOHB, hI-.av. II. WAI.K8HTtiCKBR.liW Pa. are. .IO A. KBPBTTI. SIT Pa ave. a. e. M. ONBBKRAVM.atat M st. II. MICH A M)N, !SW I 7th nw HAXHHHS. Itinos A ro., Pa. am and ttth st. I.KW1S JOHNSON A ro.ieth and Pa. are. COUPON ft MAL'altTNRT, HIS P t. HATBMAN A CO., lilt T at. n. w. JI,JIAVHfO .MS 9th at. wooi&co.iiosrt.n. w. LKWI8 0 IBWKSIirilYACO.. insr. It AX KM. CBNTBAL NAT. HANK, 7tb at. and Pa.avc. 8ECONII ATIONAL.W7thst n. W. COI UMBIA NATIONAL. 91! P at. n. w. NAT. UANK KSl'UHLIC, 7tb and I) ats. FAHMBIW A MKCII.'SNAT .cor.MandJlst. tmtthstu.i tJtsAxn htatiukhks V. II. I.OIIHKIIW11.K A CO., tl.'t CD P. WM. BAI.LANTNK AmiNH.tSRtthst. A.K WILJIKMH.3t'7lhai.n w. W. II. VORRISTlN.iaSS Pi'. . CHAPMAN A TAT. OH. 913 Pa ave. nw. BAbTON A Ht'l'P. HI I ltd t nw. cAitfirr n.i: ixr.ns, BMPlttR MTBAM att-ll Man ave. PH YOUNtm. 101 Pa ave n w. r.ixDrtrs Axn Air.vixns. it. (i. COPBLAM. WO UMi at nw. P.I.VH HIllllsrttH.S. NATLCA8H KBOIHTJKOO, Mth AXatanw. rAiii'j:xrj:Hs axii nvu.iitn.s. ALKX. MILLBK. 181.1 Ohio ave. DARBY A 1IAV1H. 1 ltth St n W. t A . LANOLRY, SIO ISth t n w. r.if.. uixr.s Axn nn.txinn.s. TO KALOM WINXCO ,ll ItthiL CHHSVT CORNKCroK. M. C WH8I.AN, SOU Y at. catj:ui;n.s. V. FRBUNP. 70S tb at. a. w II. J. WBYMAR. ISM Mth t AI.BX. FOKTIN, MM lHh at a W. LOUIS CIIAPI.VB, 1T4I L at a w. okay a Hfio.. ire I. at n w. VIAITJItHIC.S. VICTOR K.APLBK. 7-t97lb w.oor.Maai.av. M. KAUFMAN, eoruer Sth and I ate. w. I. IIAMIIL'IlfiBRAsONI'.aitl'aave. N.Y.ONKt'HICKCLOTHI(0,Sll7that.n.w. OOUtBN BAULK CO.. Sll Pa. ava. a. a. W. NOHDLIKOBK.SI07 V at. a. w. Ii. RICH A HON. WU 1 7th nw. VAKKimj-.X. ANCMtW J JQYCK'S SONS. Wi i vcodb. ave ; Factory. tlS-WlHhaw. W. t UBYBR.wSPa ave. Alao BaroM H(B AND CAHKIAOR BAZAR. Ots-WU. M. BloTT BRO., JW Pa. av. a. w. K M R XKM, No. SSt O at a w. V .U.IAMWAl.TKR'a W.. WtbaadCaiiinw l UK A JABOB. aSSB-9 M St. A. H. OHBGORY. N Y ave aad Sth St. t WAV KCTtOSXKS -I.VJI CAFttli. J. FUaSaLL. 14SS N. V- ave. T.J.VHnd. bt. IlKE A Bt'HII. 510 Mb at. CHA. P. PLBlkCHMARN. 1110 Pa. ave. f.lf'f.A. TEMrLJt HOTKL. 1Mb at , Op. U.S. Pat. C Tfl K XE W BkOtASU CATl, tla Mh at XLKV DINING ROOMs, IBS Pa. ave. VttS VMC VI OX HH.V. M. BRILL. 417 tth St. Waukaw. R. H. B. nit'HBlKO. Sll llth at. Wholaaale. FlBLDtJifl A CO., m Pa. ava. GILL". Mas P at. (.HEIIZACO. r tothaMPktf a.w. BufSKAUAN A CO.. Uv TU at. a. w. p. vf ton: iraa-u Pa. , b. w. RMMBRta. 41 Tth at. a w. A.aOTBKVkWT. MasMthat. a. w. IU I.VW.YM JACOBS, BUoa tan Pa ava. IlKCHMATUtt, hrmbyp RBH.sasiataaw. pxr una it. Jt.RNB aMOOT. SIM at st W.M t.BlTBR A aoSS, MS Pa. ava. I.AVBVBtJH A BRO.. to Tth . B. W. EBATOK PKVBY Pa. ava. aad Sth St. THCa.J LLTTVELL.19S0Pa.ava. JCdjyoijyCTOtnxL.TM iarkat apaos. T. SRISBARST. HO tth at. B. w. J PtaHKl. Mat Pa- ava. CttxJ BARaVUf. t Pa ava. a. a. 5 D BIBf 8 A CO . IMS 7 th at. aw STBRVB DRY GO tBB BVOOSf, BhVS Tth a. w. V I. CLARK A CO.. all Marbt asaas. OBO. COMBS. UU Mth at. B. W. CBA1G A J ACKkOK , 3MB M St. a- W- T vnir.siMt a w. BnHAK'B SN POBlPsf, a&-T ii at S W. XKOUNBK ABRO,U3snhstBW. FRAK P. W BLLBR, TM atk St. I. B. CULM AR. eaT R ava. V. t OBRAM. iBtt rv usa. GS. A - BaTLBY. Mth and Coraoraa ats. g.JI. BtrRBObB. a our.aSd audOta.a.w. iKkUaWBtt A BU-tinT. BUM th St. B- V T.I'. RRA ( R. Wlh d U at s-w, C CBRIBTI AKt. Sat P S 6 Q r SIMhta c.r St Ya aad UOi at. JOHN INI loR, au Ttl at n w- UXJfM AXU CUVMItM. t J. riaRSB A CO. Mai r asa s BRHM.S' V.Y . 1-1U1( UTR BOi AXTOB FtbCBEaT atfi U at. iS!' .Yl1SiSi!rf kriNB.aatba. J.BLRKKKB, lllt,t.w fctilrHaswd l51. R. A. RBSVS. 414 g &. aw. AVTOK LXCU. Its V X av. 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M ave, bet Id 41 ats I AC 1 RON WOnRA. SMS Wat An. i . rmtmfjks. ttis d t n w. rlriuriruitit. WrRBfMAI CO., sis lh st . Tel , :-. W. H. ROBRB. 8S1 Market 8pae. W. H. JTOt'ogTON A tx., l3a Frt. I. O. TOwLRn. low Pa are trtiO R OPCTf A f O . 934 Tth t. I. Bt'RRR Rf)T A MIR WIS 1.1 !th at I A CHI Rarattn a ftvaas. nnr nt, . itm 8ARRRRIItSl.Si; JSUh st.a.W. it in. wm Tth n BRpwR a 8r. r,,r soth aad Pa. ava lfiRT, ISsTltrhst n.W M IS t I XtlUKS. WCWPVtf.. oas Fist nres, 1SI. P st 8, R. ftftRnO A BRO . m 9th r.W. 0. A. RtJDTUJtAN. Sit ISth St. a. 1 PlaReMBR nr. wmwina.asi iwha w. HC ;SH MOhV.SAl.li. J. c. BRooon a ro . sis La. atn. i. t. BtRRorR A SON. ftttis Pa. ave. HILL A CO . m La. ava ORo offtTT. are it r st nw Ricfi A Rn A Co. ass r are nw. ouncr.HiHS. JACRBON A CO , am Pa ave. PjHBTiman. at h arm i jk. ave. . W. BtRtHKI.tl isas F st n. w. bT Pt tfA tfr kiln, lfftk at a, . tlpnoReo f orNOS CO No. t 9th St. B.W. !UM N A CO., SOT Market Spasm. I, MAIRICB CROP1.RT. Slrt and M StS. f. R. 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