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', yn. - ,i, , ,i "Vi ' Wjff wt mjf. ' tfmif 'p ' 'j"i -ry, v- yy'l, 3fwriiVJiiMiKTSiiiiiii i' .TOSTi rt. THE INCREASE IN THE CIRCULATION ADVERTISEMENTS OF " I - T' TUxe Oritio" OJT 13 HEALTHY AND SUBSTANTIAL. THE! OniTIO Tiwunnfn Alt IIia Maya Iti a onmn'ftot. "Help Waiitefl" and "Sitaations Wanted" PUBLISHED FREE. nnd nUractlvo jsannoiv.TJ'H ta tho roasojL.pepplo' ' ' WASHINGTON", D. O., SATURDAY" EVENING, MARCH U, 1801. TWENTY-THIRD YEAR NO. 7,053 .x PRICE TWO CENTS. 'jffipiWiw b Otitic It K Iv HIT.CIAT. NOTICF.S. AMERICAN SECURITY AND trust COMPANY. CAPITAL, flBO.OOO. tinder Act ot Congress npprarcd October 1, 1890. 1410 O BTP.EBT NORTHWEST. - A. T. UHITTON. C. .T. I1KLL, ' President. 1st Vlco-Trcslclent. VBHCY B. MKTZQEH, A. A. THOMAS, Treasurer. 3d VIco-PresIilcnL aconon i:. emmons, Secretary. DIRECTORS. A. T. Dmttok, Jjurs (). Patki, JMies E. FITCH, M. W. llEVZMDai, W. H.llloxrsoN, CAlxs J. Miusu, lUnnr p, Wkst, Wiuux M. Coitis, JtoorriT Unnxix, ChOssy 8. Notes, William VmiNsn, Joun K. IlKitnELL, IlENnr 8. LoDounil!,! JUnriH F.-Monms, . J. Dell, John H. Jfmks, W. N. Pimtzn, Alam It. Heed, C'nAi. C. Di-koanion. S, B. Hrunr, Coarleii Pomm, Danil-i. Uonotak, A.A.lMOHAtv Hesj. II. WAnnsn, John H.McLeax, Matthew (I. Eurnr, lliNtir A. WiLiAnn, llxxnr F. Blount, John N. Hdiouikion. Allows Interest on deposits ot money, pv ableTiircliceltwlttioat notice. Anlhoniedrt)y law to net as executor, ad intnlstralor, gnardlan, .trustee, rccclrer, as slgncc,and to receive nnd eiecttte trusts ot ever;' description troiu the courts, corporations or Individuals. Xstitrs tnanseed, Incomes collected, gnsrsn teed Investments furnished, loans secured by BrsMrnsts In the District ot Columbia bought and sold, and debenture bonds lessed bearing Uteres! and abrolutely secured. VTUls. receipted tor and kept nllhont charge, kcts as treasurer or ijrent for religious, benev olent or other Institutions, and as registrar or tranttcr -agent ot tho stocks or bonds of corpo rations, paying their dividends or Interest, If tjcslred. Bate-deposit boxes tor rent with ths most modem safeguards.' Unsurpassed facilities for the storags ot plate, valuable pnpers- furniture, carriages or other valuable goo3a, at onr-flre-proot ware house, No. 1140 .Fifteenth street northwest. CALL AND SEE TJS. lNrbniCATl6s AS TO fa VESTMENTS AMD BUSINESS CIUEnrULLT rtfn- msiiED. aS3-tt TO.0 LOIJ1DA Lands held. In reserve for'servcral years by the 8tU Government ire now opined to set tiers at their actual-value. These reserved lands Ho along the eastern or i . Atlantic Coast, between HtrAugustlne and Ills- wjuc uaj, uuu-u.ii iuiiu lu bi& uinca nuiu vno ocean, a orgs portion being fa below the frost limits. This Is the; only.eMterrfsectlon Id thoUnlted Btatcs'uhcrd It Ispoeslble to raise semi-tropical fruit, fcnd where early vegetables and traits can bo raited In time to catch the highest Northern prices. ' Mnch ot this land Is owned by tho Florida Coast Liner Cana 1 Tritnsporutlon Com pany, aadflieHrsia1 tfoe growth ot timber, from which luge suras may beTfallEed. The section along the Indian lllvcr and Lake Worth Is well settled, nnd tho land Is tho most valnv bio In the State, the east coast being tapped by four railways, and tho rivers along the coos being navigated by steamboats. Improved transportation facilities and de lightful climate (being; so near tho ocean the air Is much more bracing than further Inland! make this an excellent opportunity tor actual settlers, i'rtcea ot landrango from 0 per aero upward, i We shall be nloased to tend maps, township plans and full information to all who aro Inter- csted. ELOIUDA COAST LING CANAL AND TRANSPORTATION CO., ST. AEOUBTINE, FLORIDA. f al9 tf JOHN W. DENNY, President. TnlDELITY BUILDINO AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 013 AND 013 F ST. IT. W. Has tho best plan derl-ed for securing a Home. NO AUCTION OP MONEY. Any amount loaned repayable $13 per month on each f 1,000 advanced. Ulurcsflper month, maturing In lOi months for 7HM. v Profit, t'J8. s , ' NOIiACKDUEiJltEtiUIllEn. " rjlA 1'X.Ui.li-M. JIlA.tU.A AliliUtVLU Jii SPECIAL PAYMENTS. Tald-np certiocatca for (100 Issued at $50 per share. 5 per cent, per annum paid ou ' purchato price, tcmi annually. ' onricEits: IIAnniSON DINOMAN. Treat. GEO. W. LE,CII, Vlce-Prcst. O. T. THOMPSON, Trcas. ALONZO TWEEDALB, Sec'y. ANDI1EW WALL, Manager. OEN. J, E J5MITH, Attorney. r TltUbTIIES: American Security and'rust Company, A.T.mtlTTOR, Prest, DEPOSITOIIY: Ccntyl National llank. fel21y rMPOHTANT NOTICB TO OAS CONSUMERS. For the convenience "ot p'crtons living In the eastern and western sections -ot, the city, ar" rangements have been made, by which they can pay their gas bills daring panklng "hours at the NATIONAL CAPITAL ilANK on THE WEST END NATIONAL BANK, Bills paid after tho 6th nt each month will not bo entitled to the discount ot 23 cents per 1,000 cubic feet. WABHINO.TON OASLIOIIT CO. -tovffltf ' piHARTEItED BY CONOnESS 1818. FHANKLIN INSUJUNCE CO. Ot Washington, D, C. CAPITAL AND SUIU'LUS .'...J-OOO 00 Has never contested a loss by Aro,-bnt always makes prompt and liberal adjustments, DH. DANIEL B. CLARKBPrcst. O.EO. E. LEMON, Vlce-Preit. CHAS. S. HRAIJLEY, Trcas. I. TENWICK YOUNO, Sec'y. WILL P. BOTELElt, Ass't Sec'y. de9-Sm mo THE PUBLIC. llavln-f retired from tho firm ot EMMONS A BltOWN, I tale pleasure lu Informing my friends and tho public that I can be found at my office, 0O1 Tenth street northwest, whero I jtui conduct lug a general KEAL K.TATKii.OAN and INSURANCE ' Prompt and tiersiW altentlon given to all matters placed in my hands. Respectfully, ' i JAMES F. BROWN, ' (01 Tenth street n. w. VTelephono Call, 473 3. uov!i3 BTOUN DALY, ' T r ll Bricklayer and Contractor, 1330 Pennsylvania aonue northwest, i VTants to adtjse the public that Brickwork ot Bvery Description will receive Piompt Atten tion at bU hands. Bollor Setting and Bakers' Ovens a Specialty, novft TfTrUY NOT HAVE YOUU SHIRTS YV tutde by ouo at the most celebrated flitters In America t Prices same ni those third-rate cnlteni charge. P. T. HALL, WJ V street w, BrrCTATjNOTICKS. i;ehkelev pure iiyk whisky. tl'A GALLON, 1 A tJUAHT, SdCi A'PINT." JAMES 1 HAIIP, marlJHiii B18 V STREET.!.; ruTONEYio loan UA -IK w THE rOI.LOWINU SUMi i eio.noo i j, B.rtW - 3.TO0 . 1,000 I o. c. onREN, t -SOI Seventh street n. w, - mil-fit H OIELSIIOREIIAM. ANNOUKCEMENT. The New llauqtiet Hall being completed, we beg leave to announce we are'novv preparcdjo, entertain . ( DINNER PARTIES, ' ,1 " ' J. WKDDINOS,, r . -. IIECEPTIONS, QERMANS, &0. LADIES' AND -GENTLEMEN'S HESTAU- rant'Xnd cato on h'streei;, 4 Cuisine under direction of Raymond WeUler (late chef Tuxedo Club. New York). DEVINE & KEENAN, fcC-2m Proprietors, -EMOVALI . "' frftt v . THE NATIONAL UNION, INSURANCE COMPANY Is now located In Its new ofilce, NO. 018 F STREET NORTHWEST. I OFFICERS: . HENRY O. TOWLES, President. CHARLES B, BAILEY, Vice-President. NOBLE D. LARNEH, Secretary. CHARLES N. LA11NKR, Asst. Sec'y. T HE WASHINGTON LOAN AND TRUST COMPANY. Temporary Ofllccs: 1001 F STREET NORTHWEST, Previous to erection of our new building nt tho corner ot Ninth and F streets n. w. CAPITAL .,.$1,000,000 Pays Interest at 4 per cent. ZX per cent. 8 per cent. . 3 per cent. According to time ot deposit. Interest paid on balances subject to check. Executes nil Trusts. CALL OR WRITE FOR INFORMATION. BRA1NARD IU WARNER, President. JOHN JOY EDSON, Vice-President, WILLIAM II. RODISON, Secretary. WILLIAM B. GUHLAY, Treasurer. ;2 1" ' -i milt! -.'t-nr- wvn -- X NATIONAL BANK. Nineteenth St. and Pa. a-o,, Washington, D. C,' AItBER A ROSS, X - Eleventh and Q streets, Annonnco the following Bargains for ONE WEEK ONLY: Rogers' Teaspoons 03c per set Ordinary Price. . . . , f l.$5 per set Stagllandlo Caryers, fullygnarnn- - teed It 1.55 Tor pair Ordinary price , Jl.Wpcr pair Crown Fluting Machine I i B0 each Ordinary price , pleach Old Reliable Clotbcs-w ringer fl.3each Our Entire Lino ot Hcjafors, at 10 Per Cent, Discount, Coal nods, 10 Inches ,90 Ordinary prlco ,,,.7. 30 Alto a Full Line ot (In and Oil Stores, Felt, Weather Strips, Furulturo linn dlts aud Mcchanlui' Toole, BARBER & ROSS, HARDWARE AND CUTLERY, Opposite Botton Dry Ooods House. novN U.Watkins. Sak'l II. Buck. Jab. Sullivan, -WTATKINS, BUCK & CO,, INVESTMENT BANKERS, OLOVER BUILDINO, "F" 8TREET NORTHWEST, WASHINOTON, D.O. Branch Office: , CHATTANOOOA, TENN. tSTNEW YORK AND LONDON CON NECTIONS. Will negotiate purchase and sale of bonds, stocks and other properties, JINTEREST ALLOWED ON DEPOSITS. Jala ,-Jv-WILL PAY FULL COMMISSION TO REAL ESTATE AQENTS FOR bELLINO. For Prices aud Terms Apply to EMMONS & KINO, Builders and Owners, - Atlantic Building, IKTST-FOlt BALCCOHNEIl OF BPItUOB & street and Uarewood avenue, Lo Droit Park. FIvo New Two-story and Atllo Brick Dwell ings, with Porcnes, oil Modern lm proemcuta on Spruce stroet. Six Houses, To btorles, Attica and Cellars Finished with Paper All Modern li proemrus, on Uarewood avenue. Also corner House, corner of Spruce and Hare wood avenue. For Prlco and Terms Apply to WILLIAM J. LEWIS, Owner and Builder, On premises. deUtll Lssi rrp ri'K ccn n s a p i . n o o it ,BSS, l'PI ' I.Bl o II i A 1 A.l I' " A A I, AAA li A A LML v fl rt y.r.k ooo 11 Rn:,8 S, A V. AA I, VVK I'K IT.H SM 'SS" A A I.LI.f. or T. A r II IlKli Rsss': I, AA D I! It, V. B ,s" .. .1. A A II I) .-II I'll "Strt 'M, iAAA- ! D Ut- K o IU1, A DI)D II h.KK 8SSS ti 11 ' oo IksJ" KI'K HUH O () SSu I'K II II O O u S K It It 00 ".SS- KKH AT THE !PPP A I, N A. tr 'sRSo . IP -PiAA l! ''AA II 2 S I'PP A A I, A A II ".SS, ' AAA I, AAA II R S P ALU.IA A II "SS nnrt 00, y. y a 1. 'i It It OO Y Y A A I, unit 00 w a a 1. H I! 1) I) V AAA I, it it 00 Y a ajxix fSTSOO DOZEN MLK. FINHHKD LISLE THREAD HOSE AT S3 CESTS A PAIR OR .1 PAIRS FOR tl.'-MANY or THESE lltisi;' .WERE MADE 10 DETAIL AT SI A PAIR, 'ANDN.ONE ARE WOII'UI LEsI THAN 'JO CENTS A PAIR. tm r.-.vu m :n m .-J M 1CI M tn iti&s.M UX3.I Kii ONLY CEN'IS TIIIRIY-FIVE OEMS POR Till: CELE BRATED "C. O." LISLE HOE THAT USU ALLY RETAIL AT 0 CENTS. THIRTY FIVE CENTS TOR PARIS NOVELTY SILK riNISH HOSE THAT WER E MADE TO HE TAIL AT I A PAIR. THIRTY-FIVE CENTS FOR MLK FINISH LISLE HOSE, IN COM BINATION COLORE, FORMING BOOT PAT. TERNS, INI ENDED 'IO RETAIL AT US CENTS A PAIR, THIRTY-FIVE CEN1S FOR RIBI1ED LISLE HO1-: IN THREE DIFFERENT STYLES, ALL EXTRA (IOOI) VALUE AT 60 CENTS A PAIR. THIRTY FIVE CEN'IS J'OH THE NEW DULL FINISH LISLE HOSE 'I HAT ARK (lENERAl.lA RE TAILING ATM OEMS. rnr it 11 I'i'E 'i 11 11 1: T II III! I'K 1 11 11 r r 11 11 ki'.i; 1 win rri: a kssj. 00 nn n ' It It li AA 2 " O O NN N ItRTt I'll A A "hSj (I O N s n 1 11 It I', AAA u 2 O O N UN 11 11 KI'.I! A A MhiS OO N NN W W . W W,WKW WWll'W vrvrwr 11 11 y Y 11 11 v v unit yy 11 11 v 11 II Y I HE PALAIS ROYAL'S HOSIERY BUYER HAS CLOSED OUT PROM THE IMPORTER OVER 1,000 POZEN SPRING AND SUMMER HOSE, IT WAS A rORCED SALE DEMAND. -1NG CASH PAYMENT. THE MO-.TSTART. LINO 1IE&ULT IS THE HOSE (JUOTUD AIlOVi:, BUT'IHERE ARE MANY OTHER J.lNESOrFINE HOSE WHICH ARE NEAR LY AS GREAT PRICE SURPRISES AND WHICH SHOULD CAUSE LADIES TO AN TICIPATE THEIR; REQUIREMENTS! IN HOSE FOR TWO YEARS TO COME, iron txn :o .11 a r.i K&VI 1.1 M Rl 11 M H ONI. CENT s. T1IPSE Lisli; HOSE AT Ul CENTS ARE NOT ONLY THE QUALITY AND S 1'YLE 01;' ONE DOLLAR, CHCENTANDCOCENTHOsE, HIT T HEY COMEAI SO IN ALL THE VERY I AT I.ST SHARKS AND A WARRAN TEH 1 AST III ACK, AMONG T HE COLORS ARE SIX NI.W TINTS 01" GRAYS, SIYMOIIES WHICH IN(H BEST HE NEW AND DELI CA'lE PAWN SHADE. SIX GREENS AND HUES WITH PHEM'll NAMES THAT VOl ID UK INCOMPREHENSIBLE TO MANY. SIN BROWNS, SIX TANS AND AIL THE (01 ORS KNOWN s EVENING SII 1)ES-1N ALL, FORTY ONE SHADE. sen iwia III S.I M in r.i ::i kkj :a a S.1 KIM ti BXU t-VJ ONLY CENT'S ONLY TIIIIirY-FIE CENT'S FOR SIOCKINOS OF COLOR AND STYLE AND QUALITY OF THE Uhl'AL (I, OS AND SO 'CENT HOSE. THERE ARE 300 DOZEN PAIRS, WHICH WILL BE QUICKLY DIS TR11IUTED BE IT REMEMBERED. THERE IS NOT A PAIR WORTH LESS THAN 00 CUNTS, HIT THAT THOSE WORTH $1 AND 18 CENTS ARE NOT AS PI.ESTIl'UU LATE CALLERS MUST CREDIT THE ; EARLY VISITOR WITH WISDOM ENOl'flll 'TO PICK OUT THE BKsT, YOUR CHOICE I OR 33 CENTS, OR ANY .11 MRS VORfl, THE EARLY VISITOR IS THEREFORE THE WISE ONE. PPPP A 1' P AA V V A A p"'1' a1 P A A V A A ' AA A A II V 1 H II S KSSS 'A A II H.KSH AAA II H A A II B H LLIJ.LA A It 8S83 Itlllllt (1(H) Y Y A H II O O V Y AA I It H l Y Y A A itunit 11 i y v A A H II ( O it it o o U It OOO V AAA Y A A Y A A. LLU'i., (A. Issuer.) Corner 1vclfth Street and Pa. Ave. GOVERlSAtEiXT GOSSIP 1 ,1 1 Wattiim JIoxkv Oavcrnor Hill of New York luri applied to the Treasury Dei-nrtniciit for New York's lmrc S2,-rCO,0C0-0f tho direct (ax, JIo v. Ill Kd " In two or three weeks. .TrKTicn'Mii M.lt's V M'nmrn. Mrs. 1'ntty M. Stocking of town, wlui wim niiiiolnteu In n t.HiO jiosltlon In Iho Interior Depart ment j CKtirilny, ns atnlcil In ThkCiutic, I1) n (lnughter of the Intc Jitttlcc Miller. Sirs, blocking li a Uow. Tun I'm-Mtiwr'N ItrrunN, Tho I'rcst ilcnt, ho returned to the city nt 3:1,1 yes terday nfternoon from Dcngtcs, Md., In-' tended to rcrnpt'i there until this nfter noon. Hut ""rnl Scwcll lmd an engagement In Philadelphia last ttlgllt. and (ho President said as long aoSowcU was Eoing aviny he might 03 tvcll go, too. CiMNora in UtTrmM. Tho Seerctary of tho Jfnvy has decided uikhi the chnngn. in tho hattcrlcs ot the 2,000-ton cruisers 0, 10, and 11. Instead of eight 1-Inch rlllcs, tho Iintlcrics -nrn to he right Much lilies. 1 1lls will neceisltnte tho enlargement of the mngazinea for the 5-lncli nnununillOit and chatiKd In tho sponsons for tho broadside uattcrki. FKOM THE DISTRICT CAPITOL. Items of Interest ft om the Commission-ci-s'-Olrlco. ptiirrr TMrnovKsirMs iXTiiKSununus. j Tho- computhiB enRin,ecrof the Dlstrfol! Goveriimcnt hai prcjiarcil data for im provements on the following streets Iti Iho' .stihiirhs: Ilrlulitvt'ooii nvelitie, paving with .Rrnnlto block, D0,O00( Ltiiirtecntlt atrcct' mrtcttded, Jiaving with asphalt, IS,000; miun cireei, J,'nuriccntn Mrcer oxicnucu caitwnrd, pave,W,O0O; Kucltd street, from Vourteenth street cxtendctl westward, pave, f 1,000; Fourth street extended,' nortlieast. nrnde, J5.000; Sixteenth street extended, il6rlqn avcniioto north slileW Morris street, crade, 17,000; street con nectlng Columbia road Tilth Connecticut nvcmio extended, gravel, 110,000;' Massa chusetts atcuue extchded In Iho direction of Methodist tJThlvcniltv,' grade, 10v000;' IJndcn street, to 'eoniplcto pa vlng toMnplei ncnuc, 8L',0OU: T.indcnKtrect, radfnBnntl regulating norlliwafd, W.OOO; to complete navlnr; Ijirch nthet, from Boundary to Spruce, $'.',000: Mnple avenue, from pres ent pavement to 1x3 Droit avenue, pave,1 FJ,0u0; Illinois avenue, gradiui; and roRulatlng. 1,000; grading and regulating, Fillmore street, Anacostla, between Harri son and Jefferson, 2,0O0; 1'lcrre street,-' Anncostia, between Harrison and Jeffer son grading nnd reguiatlug, ?2,000', Nich ols avenue, pave with granite block, S7,0C0; Navlor road, grading and inacad nml?liig, M,O00; ' suirsoN's conriiUiEXT. lfn Miilun nn Iiilerrstliif; Atlilrrsn lo tho .SIiikIv-Tiix I.iibiii'. Jerry Simpson, the ncwiy-clectcil Cou grc;man from Inusa., paid the people of Washington a compliment last night in his address beforo tho Plnglc-Tax I cogue. "1 think," said Mr. Simpson, l'lho pco plo of AVnliincjtou aro superior to the iiconle wild hnvu settled in any other city in tho lTnlted Stalei. Heforms generally come from tho ed)icuted -people, and workilown amoiifj the manses., it h vicll npt to despair of small beginning. A great jnany peoplri aro satlslled that things iiiuny pcopio. arosnxiiueuiuai iiungs adically vt rong, but every one hns n int remcily. Wo are traveling, ;h, 011 the right road. In my country nro nuiii'iiiiy v iiiuennt thouzh. the larmirs don't feel cry much hi yet the (fleets of laudlordim. but thev will ccnio to sro.that tho lamt question It the nucsllpn nfter all." Henry 'George nlsospokcnt somo length. This is (ho first jiublldaddrcxs that he ios made for some months nnd his remarks wcrontlrntluly li'tcncd to by the largo nnd intelligent assemblage. "Hie brotherhood of men," said Mr. George, "what docs It mean? M'c are litre wltli tommon wants In a world, mado for us by our common Creator to work out our destiny. 'c vlio vtand for an ciiial enjoj men), bv irinn of what n copi mon Grcntor prouded for lilm do not deny that thero must bo other reforms. Hut wosav all nthcr reforms will fall un less tho fundamental reform N accom plished. Make monev never so abundant, tarry co-operation in dlstilbtitlon nnd pro duction as far nsymt unr, what.ilo you hae? Simply the sveepng away of the mlddlc-miui. "So long as somo own tho land On vtlilciiothir men must llo ynupnlyln ircaso that distribution which produces on one sldo tho mllllonalrouiid on the other the tramp. Men have Ucd with out money nnd without railroads', but no maneer has or .over pan llyc without, .land, To gIo every man nn equal 0 portnnlty we would assure to cyeiynuin lila right to land by- giving to all men, rich or poor, farmer, mechanic Or la borer, (heir equal share of tho value which attaches to tho use of the laud. Wo aro tho real free traders. Wc would, clear tho way nnd then lcac things ulonc; do justkc and give, liberty.1' ljeniurks wcro also made by XlosHr. Maurlcq reditu, J, f. McCreev, 0, W, liurbnge, T. 1', Monohan and rharles T. Adams. GEN. SPINOLA SERIOUSLY ILL. llio Veteran Ncvt Y01I, CnnKvcssiuiui lu 11 JhiiiUHirnttrt Conilttlon. , General Frank Spluola, Ilic venomblo Congic"sman from IhoTeiith Now Yoik City district, Is dangerously III nt tho Arlington Hotel. Since Thursday night ho has bcmi in an almost total t'oll.qise, and Dr. Magruder has been in tlpso at tendance on him nlmost overy hour slucu that. time. Iho doctor icgards tho c.iso as cry serious. A GERMAN'S SUICIDE. l)e!oiideiicy Cauneil Ly Drlnlt I.iiuU to Self-Miiritor. Michael Thill, n German tailor, termi nated his existence shortly after midnight cstcrday morning by taking a largo ilnso of carbolic add, at his residence, No. .'WO N tlrtct southwest. Church I'nincr-Sliinu r.alil. 'J ho rough weather yesterday did not deter a largo number of persons frtini attending tho ceremonies Incident to the laying of tho corner-Mono of tho Grace Ilaptlst Church Chapel, at tho corner of South Carolina avenue, Ninth and I) streets southeast. Tho exercises wcro very short. After the stono had been placed ltcv. C, 0. Meador mado a short nddrcss, and tho benediction was pronounced by tho acting pastor, James I), Smith, Ono of Nittmo's Womlorii. Naturalists say that tho feet of Iho com mon working boo exhibit tho curious combination of a basket, a brush and a pair of pinchers. Tho brush, tho hairs of which are arranged in symmetrical rows, nro only to bo seen with a high-grade microscope. With this brush of fury deli cacy, sa s the St. Louis Itipubllc, tho bee brushes Its velvet robo to rcmovo tho pollen dust wltli which it becomes loaded while sucking up tho nectar of llower.s. Another ddlcato apparatus is tliospoou. shaped nppcmlngo which receives tho gleanings that tho boo wishes to carry to tho hive. Finally, by opening tho "brush" and tho "basket by means of n neat llttlo hinge, tho two becomo a pair of pinchers, which lender important service In constructing tho cells for reception of tho honey, New York Is to havo nn equestrian titatue-of General Sherman as soon as tho icoploof tho rest of tho country furnish the uioiiey, &l, TxtU Otcbt'lkmocml, Wpcr gallon, 1 per quatt, SOc. a pint. IIENMSY AVENGED. FIVE SICIhlANH TAKEN FROM JAIL AND KILLED. Thonsnmls of Indignant Xlllpns of New Orleans Break Into the rntlsh frlson niid Rcioke tlic Verdict of the Jury 'MhIIa'h Kelgn Enileil. KrtrOmr.K, March H. A. merlins of clll7cns here this morning nt tho Clay ttatue adjourned to tho parish prison, which was stirronndcd by several thou sand excited people, nnd It Is known (hat tho Sicilians were taken out or jail nnd somo of them Shot mid others linngl. It Is rumored on rellnhlo Information that fio 6f tlic assassins have been killed. it Is staled that Machcca, Slonastario, In Cardona. Mntranga and one of the Machcca have been shot In prison. Tho crowd aim at killing nil connected with the acquittal of tho prisoners, Tho scenes nt and about Clay station Ihls'momlng brought to mind very forci bly and vividly tho popular and ominous uptlslnc of that September nearly six teen years ago. Ten o'clock had not yet struck and a tast multitude was already conaresatcil .oriTJanal'ttreef, almost filllnif up the large srtaco irom curl) to euro 011 eaen side or the boulevard. Just on tho strokoof lQ'n shout went tip from the iieoplestatloncd at St. Charles street j and a numbcrof gentlemen, among whom were Mr. W. 8. l'orkcrson, Mr. John 0. Wicklifre and others, who signed 'tho calj, carrio marching along, and begin wnlkliiK round anil round the roiling of Clay monument. "Fall In I" "Kail In I" wo the cry, and amidst deafening shouts' scvoral of the crowd formed tho procession which went around thoralllng of tho Clay Mon ument. Tho a lew from that attUudo was lm losing. XotaJiadword yet escaped tho lips of the gentlemen who had mounted 'the steps, 'i hey stood motionless survey ing the surging 'multitude, from whoso serried ranks thero gleamed faces full of rcMiIvc and determination. There were- fully .1,000 persons within earshot. More couhl be seen struggling, 'pushing nnd running hero and thero on tlic neutral cround. Street cars wore 1111- oblo to pass through. Carriages, carts, w'.igons, cabs nnd vehicles of all descrip tions were halted. 'I lie 1 coplo w ere about to exercise their mighty prorogjtlu1 of sovereignly nnd were In no mood to be got out tit the wav. Thero was a llxcd purpose to hear what they expected would be said and to do w hut an outraged community felt should bo done. Sir. Uarkcrson spoko first. Hcs dd that oiicq beforo he had appeared beforo I hit peOp'o In grand mass meeting assembled to HcU!3 matters vital to tho Interest of the community, and ngain ho fuced (ho pcoplo of New Orleans to denounce tho jnost infamous act wlilch was consequent upon tho most re volting crime in the criminal annuls of any community. "That act was tho Ilnd lug o( tho jury In tho murder trial yestcr Alnv. and that crime, asevcrvbodv knows. was tho foul assassination of tho Chief or Police." "I desire neither fame, nor name, nor glory," said Mr. 1'iirkersoii. "ram a plain American cltlcn audits such as good a tltien as any one." Tho crowd was yelling Itself hoarso. Furv ungoernablo was c Idcilt through out that immenso assemblage, which ly that llmo numbered fully S.ouo icopIe. "Shall you protect yourself?" "Yes. Self preservation is tho first law of nature; this Is this time for action, not talk." "hit's go." "Let's go." "Come on WicLllffo." "Come on l'arkcrsou." "He ready," WlcLMffb concluded, There was Just tho slightest lull In tho storm when somo one yelled: "Shall wo get our guns?" "Yes, jes, get ye our r.uns." said Mr. Parktrson. "Get our gun nnd meet us in Congo .square immediately. " Loud cheers wcro given ns Mr. l'arkcr son ami the other gentlemen mov cd dotvu tho Mops. Then an ominous sllcnco reigned nnd the steady tramp, tramp, tramp of men falling into lino and marching along w as heard, aud the crowd followed tho leaders on along Canal street to liampart. 'I hey marched don n Itampart to a place where weapons were obtained, nnd neU Congo Square was In sight, Tho parish prison was reaencu at iu..i o ciock. Tho wooden door on Mann street was broken in by n large billet of wood, which 'was used as a catapult, ami heavy rocks were also penned against it. 'Ihctloor jicldcd. After tho door had been broken down there was a wild rush for entrapce. Two men, how over, stood at the door nnd prevented 'any ouo from mining in. except those tlntt carried shotguns and Winchesters. 'Ihelarue bed In tho sheriff's privnto room vuis torn down by thetrondiu their mud rush to the lobby. 'iho mnb congregated lu the visiting room and a shout went tip for tho key lo tho inside gate, Tho crowd that was packed lu fiontof the outsldo gate re echoed tho suout and a young mini brought forth the keys. Tho inside cato was thrown open mid tho Kople who were in the lobby gave way to tho crowd. Tho door Icadliu Into the, white people's yard was opened and the mob crowded through. A tell just nt the door was opened., and It was crowded with prisoners who wcro trembling Jn overy limb. A deputy stood Jn tho door and In formed tho crowd that 110110 of thoso in that cell wcro tho prisoners wanted, 'llieu tho mob II led Into tho vard. Glandug up at one of tho condemned cc)ls 011 tlie second Iloor, a blanched and chastly face was ecn at tho bars of the door. "flint's Scoffed!!" shouted ono excited Individual, and immediately several shots wero(lretl lit tho cell, Tho indiv Iduid, w hoev er ho w as, quickly ditaiipcniwl. Sevcrul moro shots woro II red at tho door. "Thev aro In the female depart ment," shouted 11 shrill volte. "Uhmi'u tho key."' "llring In tho key," called uuothcr. A rush wasmado forthodoor separating tho two division. Tho door was found securely locked, As near 11s 1 an be learned now Machcsl was shot dead. Polite anil llagiiclto were shot and hanged, and Hcnflcdlwas shot and killed at the door of his cell. Police Olllccr 11 or ron. who was lu thu prison, was shot In the neck with astray bullet. Hurrah for llustlna. J"i0tn the llotlon Utialtl Our compliments to Dr. Caroline Has tings of the Iloston school committee I Her order that hereafter all teachers In our public schools shall glvo their full buptls mul names, and drop nil abbreviations', diminutives, is eminently appropriate and and sensible. That n scliool teacher should permit herself to bo nlllclally buown us Susio or Hattle. or Mamie, or Kitty, or Salhe, or Nellie, Is as absurd .is if tho mala tent hers should appear on the rolls as Johnny, or Hilly, Ot Jimmy, or Sammy, or Tommy, They aro names which ought not to llotinsh extensively outsldo of tho nurseiy. Dr. ll'istlngs' order is In the right direction, and wo hope to sco It enforced in our public schools mid tho example followed else where, Tuarp, 918 r Mieet northwest. WINDING UT THE WEEK, A Short HcmIoii of the Pollen Court 1 ii-l)ii)'. Judgo Miller was not very busy this morning, and tho majority of tlio people brought beforo him were old offenders. His Honor has a remarkable memory for faces, and It is said that ho prides hlmsolf 011 remembering every mail who comes before him, and lie always does; the man may say that ho doesn't rciiiciuher over having been lu court before, but the Judge fixes his calm Judicial cyo on tho offender nnd tells him just when he saw him be fore, lfn HaY the Toll 11. John Williams is from Maryland nnilj last night ho was very busy seeing tho dark side of city life. "Arc you n married man?" asked Law yer Moss. "Yes," said the witness. "Well, how is It that you want to sec tho town?" "Well, I'm like you," said Williams, "I llko to go out occasionally." The audience smiled audibly nnd then Williams went on to tell how ho had been met on the Avcnuo by n sable siren and Induced, to go to her home, lie had ten dollars mid somo cents in his rocket at tho time, but this morning ho didn't have enough to buy his breoksast or pay his. railroad fare, and ho charged BlciiorS Coleman wlth-havlng taken tho money. His pocket book was gone, bat thCblliccr found the clasp of ft In tho lire place, tho leather portion had been burned. "Four months In jall,""said hta'Honqr. It Will Cost N3. The first case for violating Iho cigarette law passed by the lato Cougrcss was before Judgo Mlllir this morning. This law was engineered through Congress by tho "Women's Christian Temperance Union and prohibits tho sate of cigarettes nnd tobnrco to minor under 10 years of ngu in 'tho District. The penalty is not less than t'i or more than f 10 or Imprisonment for not less than live or morq thnq twenty tlnys. The woman left 11 collateral of (., and tho Judgo and Sir. Mnlowney, Assist ant District Attorney, agreetl that this Would be about Iho lino required in sttch cases. The defendant was FlfrabcthSopcr. (leorce Martin livid, George Martin, tlic man arrested In llaltlmora about a week ago for the lar tcnyofa pearl necklace and a pair of "cnr-rlngs from tho National Museum. SlsltedJutlco Miller to-dav. He looked llko n man In hard luck, anddidif t'liavo- n worn to ray. air. j.iock icstiiiod totno iirrcst of Martin nnd Professor It. Kdwnrd aiarll, jvho purchased tho jewels from ffiffany & Co., identified them. Martin was held In J1.000 bonds for tho grand jury. ' . ' Sol a Chip of the Old lllock. lllchartll.Igbtfoot, n negro boy, about 15 ears old, If ho lived in Texas, would very likely soon dangle at the end of a, rope. v limn 1110 past six montns no lias stolen two horses. The last ono was irom In front of Mr. J. 0. Schuermann's storo In Georgetown. Ho and a llttlo follow, whoso goes by tho name of James Dent, nnd whose father served twenty years at Albany, drovo the team to Chain llrldzo and tried to dispose of it there, but with out success. Olllccr Lynch, who hasliccudohigsoma detective work In tho Kighth precinct, worked the case up nnd convicted Light loot, but tho evidence was not sufilcicnt to convict Dent. "You'll go to thu Ilcfoim School, that's where you'll so," said Judgo Miller. "Dent you can go." Ills Avoslolle 1'rloml. Daniel Carroll had a whilo'bandago Malned wltli blood aboul his. forehead when he mounted the stand this morning to tell Judgo Miller for what rcnon Wit Hum Newton, the (Icfenil.int, had struck him on tho head. lie said that Xcwton was "on npostolle friend" of his and he didn't expect miy such treatment. Why it was that J10 had been stryiek ho could not say, anil the story Cfmld not bo told In court. There was a suspicion that 11 woman was In the rase, but she did not put in appearance. Newton was sent lo jail lor ono month. Tho i:ml of llio Show. "Anything further?" asked Judge Mil ler of Clerk Harper. "NotbiiiCj your Honor." "CouitV adjourned .until Monday mornln'," yelled ilaillfi Hooe, ami the tiovvtl filed out. - BRITISH BARK ITUEl) ON. i:en England's Vine WnsXol'rntot' Hon ARiilnst llio Clillluus. Sv FnoiciiiLO, Starch II. A private letter received hero from Captain Porter of the llritish bark Slrnthearn, dated at Pisagua, Chill, January 28, says all tho vessels at that port came in for their share of shot at tho taking of tho town by the Governmcnt.troops. The llirdson was perlnratcd by a shell, and niahv of the other vessels were struck by rlllo balls. There was quite a panic among the people of the town, and maur sought rcfugo aboard the ships. Captain Foricrsavs ho had a busy tiny boating aud found that tho llritish Hag was no protection. Ho had set tho Union Jiu'k an tho stern of tho bout, but It was made jn target of, mid ho found it best to take It down. CHICAGO RLAZES. A llio That Canned 11 I'nule In u Hotel inn) 31 mil T.oss nf Property. Cmcvt.o, In.., March it, Fire at 1.10 o'elcck this morning lu tho drug hotiso of Hiunlstono, Keeling it Co. at 113 Lake street, caused a los of ."O,000. Tho guests in tho Sherman House, whicli adjoins It, became alarmed and tumbled out in nil sorts of picturesque costumes, but tho firo was soon got under control and they returned to their rooms. Firo last hlght destroyed tho 1 loud block, on Fifty-third street, near i.ako avenue. Loss about $10,000. Another blnzo destroj ed properly worth 20,0Ui at Hitlstend Mieet and lliiena n venue. Outingeri to iliiticnrlnii Lulioicr-H. I'ot vhontvk, V., March II. Several Hungarians who reached hero jestcrdav confirm llio lcportsot hardship and III trcatraeut endured by the foreigners at tho r.iilroail camps lu McDowell mid Lognn Counties, Vt . Va, Tho weather Is fearful and the men earn only M mouth. They say that men have been whipped when recaptuicd nfter attempting to e.s capo. They aro closelv watched to pre vent escape Mr. Cliainhnrliilii Hit CmiHtmteil to. I, 1)mk)y, March 1 1. The JMlly eVmjilc states that Mr. Chamberlain has consented to act as commissioner on behalf of Great llrltaln should a discussion of tho ques tion of trndo reciprocity betweon the United States ami Canada bo ogiecd upon. His colleagues would be, it Is understood, Sir William V. Whltcvyay, Premier of New Foundland, and Sir Charles Tupper, Canadian Cunniilsslonor In London, Toweil Into Purl, London, March 11. The Hamburg American T.I no steamship Souvla, which owing to tho breaking down of her low pressure condensing engine valvo, has been drifting about the channel slnco Monday last, has been found by thosoarch boats and Is now being toweil Into Fly mouth, I'amouit (lermiui I.ontler Dead, a llmiitt, March U.-Hcrr WlndthV, the famous leader ot the Centrist 0 th olio purl In tho German Itdchi Ag, Is desd. KM N 00 1TTT tl 000 ITU NN N O O 1 II II o r. . 00 m' OOP tl t) 1 v o t r , .00 i' J n n it 1 11 11 rii 1 ftr kfnl . , , ,,l n ij, mi n '. 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CLARK, JAMES PHASER, WILLIAM A. OORDON, IIENIIYA.LIK0r.lt, THKOPlllLl'H E E01M.E, JOllNfl. SLATER, .lAJirsLritAiirouit. ILLIAMD. CAMPBELL, CIIAP.I Lb CHRISTIAN!, WILLIAM II, CROSBY, CHARLES (ll.ssrclID, 'IIIOMAhJ.EINO, JOHNJttOIlEOOR, HLNRYK.hlMl'SON, "WOliK OF THE FLAMES. Hill FIRES IN NORTHERN AND SOUTH ERN CITIES. Sjiacuse Is Visited by tlic Destructive Element Two Immense Flies in the Salt City Raging nt the Same Time. An Insane Axtlum I'uiiieil. Svr.vcisr, X. Y., March 1 1. Two large files urc raging here. One started in the wholesale district atO 11. 111. ami has al ready UcMrovcil tho sit-story Hogan block, the Ncwfity block, the l.oomis block and other buildings. , At i.Mu'i lock firo stinted In tholtos coo wholesale fmll house lu another sec tion. That block has been destroyed. The Jumiiul office Is burning and tho fire has sprcntt to tho Yates block of Hats and threatens the Montgomery fiats. A high wind prevails and the extent of tho fires cannot be measured nt this hour. Tho loi-s cannot fnll short of $000,000. As sistance has been asked from L'tica, Osu ego, llaldw ins illo and Fulton. 10 a, m, Tho Montgomery street fire Is not ct under control. Tho Candeo House barns havo burned, and tho Urals getting into tho Candeo House Itself. The cutlio Montgomery-Hats nro 11 mass of llnmcs. '1 he first lire hns been gotten uiulercon trol. Tho burned area includes n doen wholcsalo buildings, ami occupied by fifty or more firms. 'IliOH'Cnnd lire is still lu full blast. Thu Join ml olllce has been completely burned, and tho tire department Is working hard to keep the llnmcs from tho Vnliilcrhllt Hoii'-e. 'Iho Cnnilco House is also on firo in the rear, hut the lire at that point will probably bo fought back. The Yates llulldlnp, occupied by half a doen stores and a score of families, hasgono.and half the big Montgomery flats have btiruiil. witlinohupo of saving the test of the building. Two engines from I'tic.t arrived atO"0 and two central locomotives aro also throwing watt ron tho Haines. Tho total lo's will reach, It is estimated, M.UOO.OW. It is rumored that a man lost his llfo lu tho Yates blntk. i'ho lire department Is working hard to keep the llamcs from crossing 'Montgomery street Into the Myers' and Grand Opera Hou,o blocks, and It looks, at 10 o'clock, as if they would succeed. Thohigh wind continues. 10.30 n. in -'! he cupola of the Mont gomery Flats has fallen In. Tho Candec utilise 13 on ure, nt. rant's laiiieiirniiinu thoii'raud Ojicra House block aro tlneat ciicd. Several out of town engines nro here. There was a terrible lack of water. The wind keTiisup. The first, or West 1'itvetto street firo started hi the Hogiiu blotk at it a. 111,, and was gotten under control at I) o'clock. Ou thosoulh side it burned tho Hogan Illotk, a stono building llv 0 stories high, occupied by M, 1 Walshc, hardware, and by sev eral smaller tenant" It dcMroyod 11 three-story block nevt east, also ow ned by Thomas llogaii, tho lowvcr. Next e.imo 11 thrco-stor.v block occupied by Cahlll, tho ImKit, and t'hyst A r-ehl, wholeale splecs, 'Ibis was destroyed, and at that iiomt tho lire stopped. In the meantime it had cicc-cd tho street, aud attacked the four-storv brick block owned bv W. 1). -Ayrcs, the hiw.ver, W D. Dolan. saloon, occupied mo corner ami uais uiieti 1110 rest of the block, 'Iho blotk was do st roved. It next assailed the two-stoiy block to tho 1.1st. occupied by Lev 1 Solomon, cloth ing, anil John Potts, Million This went, as also did the four-story block next east, owned by Kauffnum ol l.oo, KaulTiuun .t Co, and occupied by V. ('. Tucker, furniture, anil S. K . Dav is. a broker. Next came tho lino five-story blotk owned by A, W. Fay and J. II. Golden. It was do stroved. It was occupied by Fay, produce- thcSyracusoSupply Company t lark ltice, printer a branch of Fork llrother's of Piltsburg, steel, and others. Tho lire also burned Iho historic du tiling onto oc cupied by ex-Mayor Wllllston, and was stopped lu tho next huildliur. occupied by llrokcr Davis nnd tho California Wiuo Store. Tho total loss is roughly estimated at $100,000, wtl only fclOO.OOO Insurance. 'Iho Sloutgomerystreit firo Is prac- ilenllv llililer rnntrnl. Ihn wall nf thu I Montgomery Hats have fallen nnd all I danger to St. Pud's Cathedral and tho Y A Htm vn MAIM MO ( V V A A f, H It K M M M O tl V V AAA It H I'I'll M M M 00 V A AL1 it H n iii mm m! 11 tr v V AA Lll2 ixixr iiftiiii v ! S"W Trrir T II It 17 If N tl T ' T It It If H a st ; t imnit ir tr Twai. , v f ' T It It I II (tiUJT I t 11 11 11 ii b vr v n it UUlf sss . xL llll l J,H J, . Y I P AA Nf w r Y I PAANNNVV tit . a a it n n rr, i,t r AAA N N t r ' W A A N Nit Y A A ,N rt.t x nnn A Y Y AA ,Y V A A VV II II II II U II AAA Y I)U1 A A Y 1!! V5 ' ! ' 111 MUU 1 111 q,s '" in " l -v PATIIOXAdK. .HlHN CAMMACIT, AARON s' CAYVVOOII, APPLE I ON P. Cl.ARKK, .1rr. ANDREW PRin", EDWARD II. Ill'llllitS, ARCIIIIIALD II, .M(I,MIIII,i;- -ioiin if, iioniEitr, ASA WHITEHEAD, ('rand Opera Houso blotk Is passed, Thu Candeo House Mnblcs arc sill binning, hut tho tiro will not get Into the Ciuden lloiie. The Vnntlerbllt House has been scorched somewhat, hut is all right. An IimniHi Anylum Itiirueil. Ntnuinv, TrivN., March 1 1. A Urn occurred at Central Insane Asylum, eveu wilts from this city, on thu Murrrcesboro,' pike, at II o'clock !n-t night. It started in tho roar of tho main wing, which 1ms already been destroyed and the Humes continue unchecked. Two llre-cnglue havo been started from here, and it I thought will arrive iutlmetosnvesniuoof the buildings, 'iho tnuse of the lire i unknown. Thero were twenty-eight pt ticntslu the wing, and six of them wcro cremated. Thero aro about -1IMI pitient-i In the asylum and till are now in llio main building. At mi early hour this morn ing the main building is reported 011 Ire. 'J lie patients nro escaping. Coventor Itudi.innn and Hie Stnto militia are pre paring lo go to the scone immediately in II special train. Six people havo been hiirutd In death. Their names areas follows: .1.8. Johns, Rutherford Countv: John Hurt Dexter, Wilson County: lllue 1're-ton, Cannon County; John Kelly, Wnyno Countv: It. F. Hollow ay, Davidson County, W. II. lJealcy, Hickmail County. All are male ami white. Thu firo started III the rtar of the west "male" ward, and at 2 tho Indications nro that thowhtilu Institution will be destroyed. Tho origin of tho lira Is not 11s jet known. A patient of tho asylum reached tho illy about 1 o'clock ami prniteded In tho Jlaxwell home and tiroued Governor lluchnnnii. Tho eiovernor hastily sent word to II. II. Stahlman of the Uiuisvlllo and Nashville Itallruad Company, wins readied tho .titWniu olllce just ns Gov ernor Hitdiatutn got there, and nltor .1 hurried consultation Major Miililm 111 Mint 1111 order to tho deHit and within half nn hour a pnutlug steam engine mid coat h was awaiting Iho Governor, it detachment of (he militia and a squad of thirty pu lletmcii, mid nt 3 o'clock the train was.it last under way. The passengers could g, 011 it to within half 11 mile of the asylum. 'I he Insurant 0 is $73,0011. and- thu lo-n. which 1 tin not be ascertained at this hour, will be much less than this sum, 1NGALLS' OPINION. He lllllcil the OpiiiHlll ('rtllilliliitti Mill lie HarrlHim itntl Cliivrlitnil. Ni.w Yoiik, Mnrcli H, A special to the Jltnthl from Iloston sa). Ilx-Seuator lngalls of Kansas, when asked yestcrd tv who would be the ojqiosingciiiidiii.tl I Mia, rcplltsl "Clove laud will k Hi n liomlntc ot tho Democratic .vi n mutter what views lie may cni h" Hi tarifl, tho silver or other qiiestioie- 1 lie lluvotbut Mr. Harrison will he reitomi mitcd. and that he Is entitled to it b t-lm unwrlttcii hiwH nf p.irtiis ami bv Ihn precedent of our iiliiic.il system Hill i not mentiouisl in the Vel a 11 eandi ilatc." Piitil llio I'm 1111 ik I'relKlit "at. Hill .In 1 1 imin Cirv, Mo., Marih 11 1 Houso jislerday itfterniinii took up .it p.i-sed the Fanners' Freight Hal. i ,1 'Ihcrowasn break among tho men r,!n. havo voted all along to rttard nnP a t legislation when It cimc lo putime tin in tdves on rtioid. The vote stun 1 mm- Si, nnjs 17. I iihemll nf VIikIiiIii AIiiiiiiiI. A general meeting of the Aluiuui u 1 lie I ulvcrslty of Virginia will bo held m u Coliiiubhin Inlvenltyou Aptil 1 m which the subject of unlverHlty. fi , will bo discussed Among tho"o l ln been Invited to speak at tho convt 1 Professor Mellaril 11. Moulton 1 hind. Commissioners of lMucir itmi distinguished men from all wrt t the country w 111 be present A recepi mn w ill 110 tenticrcii 1110 .111111111 associtimu o' Mr and Mrs. William D. Cabell 1 in Mits-achusetls ivveniif Total Wt'itllivr Form ut. For (As VMrM 0 t'oliimWa, Katltfn lnitiitianta, Xtw Jein-jt, Jhlamtre, .ltry Mud, Klijliifn, iVwfA (Aini'fwa uiul ,S',m'c t'urollna, fall' Hit Je)ttf,iy; euUlft, iet(t-wtlft1tvMt, Ttltlt PRE MM Mir 00 V r t r y. ' i . H ? flslsssHsftV ;riiaT,w,''i',8-? "