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RO W35E OVEEMEAf ,
eCmreg amd the abteGvnt e men
rasmsed yat suss slysms,
amcsetousi I casosm A" sets cea0
mrC7r-UVaases aN roas maSa Om Tar E
zse[---m o m MA=X-MM GIRT Tom tn
raeroS Linn was AzsED-EEEr s1m2r
Tra TaOLLr. e.ars rem LaneE aiis..
The eenviction was so strong that it had
been Saaiy and irrevocably decreed that no
fether disegareaetef the streets of the eapi
tal by everheed electric wires for street rail
wage wed he alowed-that the policy of the
gererument In this respect had been definitely
determie' both by the utterances of its
emers and the acts of Congress-that the
estio. of the Gouse yesterday in adopting an
amedment ofered by Mr. Washington to a
pending resolution granting the Metropolitan
kailread Company authority to equip its road
with everhead wires caused the atmost amaze
ment. The subject af overhead wires in gen
eral, and of overhead wires for street railways
is parreuiar, is not a new one in this city. It
Sobeen pretty thoroughly discussed both in
Ceuesa and out. For years the ofern of the
miiett atrove to secure the enactment
of the laws neassmry to removal from
the eets of unsightly poles and
wires and Ae tablishment of an underground
esatm. When In Agast. l8th. the Cominis
mseri pafted a permit to the Eckington and
mmeree' Home Railway Company to construct
as electric read with over wres there was
a storm of protest and great indignation ex
geind i Congress at what was considered a
-eslaitem by the Commissioners of the ez
peesmd ill of Congress. Congress had only a
short time previously an the District appro
pgeatiom act foe l84P directed the Commis
isers aet to permit the erection of any over
heed wirs after ieptember 16 following. and
In sIpert to Congress at the beginning of the
east ses.on the best mea of removing all
etsetrie wires from the eir or surface of the
beseb and the best method of placing the
mama underground. In the case of
the Echington road only a portion of
toe line was within the city limits
and tat ocecupied a broad avenue, but
the employment of overhead wires was consid
ered an prejudicial to the general interest- of
the sity thatit was only by force of special
that Congress was restrained from
'fea expresly forbidding the carrying
ma of the plats of the company. It was urged
that esly a fraction of the read lay within the
city and that to compel a change would be
esmwhat dinastrous to an enterprise under
token in good faith, contraets having already
been entered into., Had it them been proosei|
as it is now, to equip with overhead wires a lino
bmg entirely within the city limits, and trav
ossmg smar of the principal streets, some of
thee, Mhe stret, marrow and crowded with
tam~e, ae far as one can judge by the tenor of
the diseasieas in Cougrem that body would
have forbidden it. Subeequently when it was
peosedto farther eutend the Eckington line
the city Cengress forbade the na. of over
head wires on the extenason and required the
Sto ise another system on the new
ethe read. Tihe Objections then urged,
ml which awe stall urged with equal force,
agdass the everhead wares may be summed up
me been: L The disigurement suffered by
he weetos. 2. The destructive and murderous
prt which the overhead wires play in almost
evry ety. 3. The difiefty encountered
h M rid of the s=i==ce when it has on e
twned itself uabot a city. d. The obstruction
beared to the aperations et the :are depart
waar was TIS suan.
The aet of the Commisioners in granting
to permit to the Eeington road was dis
mqsd in Ta Oran of August 10, 1.S, and
ae matter eummed up as follows: "Capt.
artim was atherised by them (the Commie
sims) to invesoigate the subject of the se of
eantaresi ea a motive power for street rail
sand the Art recemmendation of his able
elabate report is: 'That no overhead
electril eedassers be permitted in the city,
baembesduetera.with due precautions to is
esafy, may be allowed on suburban haes.'
ma amteview Griffi asoe said, speak
et tso se of electric motors: 'In
the system will be to a large
emtmsa by oeerheadcondaeters,but for the city.
whse it is the intention to put all wires under
the of this system is out of
gossiles, as amss objectios is made to
S71st it man to all pole system.-that they
manewmkeabtak' omush~o and in
tabeawse lie we.k ofthe redepartment.'
no Cammie-aub- who, in their report to the
lemete =em=m=te, have stated in similar vein
m aniheriaLeesductor of high potential
ebeodd sht he allowed above the surface along
s t e unless i isolated eases. where no harm
esi eans,' have also adopted other sugges
Sam t Cpa.rina's report, and have urged,
he instee, at his suggestion, that if the use
of dleeteeiV is authoried in street railway
Waaes the reguation of methods, Ac., should
aaml y he intrted tothem. * * * The
ise reemmeantim of the overhead system
for sraeet rmilways is its eheapness. Its disad
amehe. entaide ot the danger where a high
tami orrent is employed, are stated as 'the
fe et the saie linms.whih, in general. will net
be te=elad in large cities; the absolute ae
esmietsing low tousion currents when the
ml otsBttutas a part of the electric current,
and the difeulty of inering good contact with
W rail phen the streets are not clean (as
beabingtem) or are cevered with snow.'"
A maoesiTos IN T==sUArr.
Amst 31, IllS, Senator Edmunds offered a
mdetien. which was adopted, calling upon
e ..ea-e-s for information asto whether
does the lt of January, llS, they had granted
my per ner the ersetom o f overhead elec
tote wiree of any hindia any of the streets, aye
a.s or afleys and if so for what purpose and
ber wha authortty. He mad he had read a
sateemnt to the effect that electrie wires had
heen eeted for ametive power, but hoped it
was not true.
"I had epposed," he smkd. "that both houses
etCsem wereof opinoasevery other snsi
bie pets.. ought to be. that the erection of over
head olsetrae wires of any kind in thia city
(Wesii .) was to he stepped entirely."
The t&smeers in their reply. da'ed
Augst 1A, LEnS, stated a permit adbeen
~tdto the Echingtom company, and in es
phsinmid: "This permit was grantedin
earto eahl the compan to ezoresse the
gewer euterred by Stse hatrby electrielty
mthe manner considered by the Commis
dee et he meet aatvpntagee to the sab
asecesan nyr ssvoas.
The resly of the Comi ~ o ea when laid
belere the Iteuste provoked an interesting dia
~es. Dr. Edmunde severely arraigned the
Ceammissioners, charging that they hagl violated
Se law and deled the will of Congress.
Ia the course of the disesion 3i'. Germnan
meee an electric road in Sltimore where
the care were propelled with as much regu
hartty as by steam., anad yet there was sot, he
am, a vase everilead. They were all .under
andlheuadeoo he sameeuhathment
Mr. a -a.l-' aid that no doubt the Mectric
smewayis a g ea etrivanoe. but he asked if
the derae motor did net necesrily-earry a
death-dealang curreut. dangerous to life and
gesperty. 3Mr. Chemdler had epposed thatito
mess everhead wares were to he ereeted and he
aeely hoped that the parmsit cenfegrad on
the eorpora a d b~ e revoked.
Mr. ~ama==s maid he did not wat to see
as seets et the city eat upand disigured by
pss N it -r etempiuto eri the
wmesne of -os that ohtto beolme.
Mg =. mm'-- ell he hdhad ospeto
huhb ito the ebject of elsetrie ~ iways,
T -taws theee systemse, thee meij Is use
beg that eaf wise for the emotive
p em pas, was objetema-bM- not
1hemuse et the u==dghtlinses of the p-e
biuht it -a a sont damups to the
Thnn ee wae eijes
.bb.s note ...leut. The this. se,
and on he bafleved dedinad to sanemedeal
was. m that knows as the st-r-g e-atey
ib.Uergan sad that imn , th
empiam ot Aisbam. these was em - rai
W~m~edby power from wiree unag as
ma eeusteat mare of ad
~~mey seant amd mm e
ge m f the Mae arheyem,
lmbae in the bu~he was
htmAn efert m emt
.bbeingesande se substiat ies
bESatheseei et sw ust
samma S~msr te Paeee essen a
m evel e poer ! within the cur IWM-G
E eMhe had bees infeemed hb a.
deeriemas (he did not know how
thea8 units op electricity was amply
elent to l cans and that less them from
898 to 1, units is not dangem to hums
ifa.
Mr. Udmuads spoke of the danger to IS and
of the destruction of the trees in the king
of !iew York avenue which would folow the
erection of the overhead wires, and he thought
it due to the Commissioners and to the street
railroad company that they should he notiafed
that the thing would not be permitted. He
pr d to offer a joint resolution to stop it.
The aatter went over antii the following day
when it was discussed again and a motion of
Mr. Edmuand' instructin the District com
mittee to report a resolution requiring the
Commissioners to revoke the permits already
granted for overhead electro-motive wires was
carried by a vote of 22 to 18. Some Hetators
being opposed to placing a mandate on the
committee voted against the motion.
The House District committee expressed
some indignation over the action of the Diatrict
Commissioners and called upon those officers to
explain.
1iE IGET or Tn PEoPLE.
There was a further discussion of the queb.
ties in an editorial in Tax Sian of August 81
which said:
"The suggestion that rival eletrie elsspa
nies are respunoible fen the principle oppotaon
to overhead glectrie railway wires in Washing
ton is nonsensica:. The f.ght is that of the
people of Washington, who have been pleading
for years to be relieved of the ehisting wires
and who now Sad themselves threatened with
an aggravation of the nab-ance and an asrs
ing increase of the forces which wih restst its
abatement. It it it proved tihat electrici:y as a
motive power for railways is es yet insufficiently
developed for practical usein storage battery
and conduit ystene, and the available method is
that which iniolves the dibigarement of the
streets with more overhead electric wires, then
Washington will ask that the use of electricity
by its railways be posaoned until the
safer and less objectionable systems have been
developed to the point of success 'd operation.
Washington should not be made an experirren
tal station to test new systems of overhead
electric wires of a kind wich. according to
(apt Grillin, are not to be tolerated in large
cites, which in Detroit are nut considered
suitable for street traffic in the thl::!y se fled
portions of the city, which in Montgomery are
pronounced seriously objectionable as an ar
rangement disfigtrang to the streets and, in
case of the wires breaking, dangerous, and
which are denounced and in part disused
in several 'other places which have
experimented with them. To be sure, it
is invariably clainmed in behalf of
these wires that tiy are not dangerous, but all
that is meant by this assertion is that the ordi
nary shock trom them will not certainly kill a
hethy man. Cases are reported from various
places, Montgomery and lichmond, for in
stance, where horses and mu'es have been
killed by contact with them, and there is the
additional danger which makes even telegraph
wires se often deadly that, through some break
age in the network of city wires, they will com
municate to the person touching them the fatal
current of neighboring wires So well recog
nized is the danger In cities from these over
head systems that voluntarily to touch a hang
:ing electric wire, no matter what representa
tions have been made as to its individual harm
lessness, would be criminal carelessness or in
dicate a tendency to suicide. Numerous deaths
have occurred in this way through the so-called
harmless wires."
NOT A GOOD TBiNG FOR WAsLNGTON.
In the further discussion of the subject Tan
SrAn Aid August 31. 1888:
"It is a mistake to suppose that public spirit
and progressiveness are shown by a defense of
the attempt to fasten upon attractive streets of
a populous capital that system of electric rail
way which is pronounced by authorities and
by communities which have tested it unfit for
ae in large cities and satisfactory enly in sub
urban localities. To recoinmena its' general
use in Washington is to treat the capital not as
a modern, well-people-l city with an acquired
security, comfort and attractiveness to be Dre
served atall hazards.but as a sparsely settled and
aspiring village which should welcome any
novelty, however ugly and dangerous, provided
it will attract public attention and boom the
sale of lots. Washington is a city, not a
mere suburb. Its streets should nut be ob
structed by overhead electric wires. '1he Eck
ington and other roads largely suburban which
have been authorized to use electricity will be
the forerunners of urban roads with the cheap
overhead wires if they are permitted without
protest to occupy with such wires the fraction
of their routes which lies withiq the city limits."
WaR rat EcriIor or wirres *Ea ALwwD.
The Senate District committpe when it finally
acted September 1, l38.on the mnatter referred
to it by the motion of Mr. Edmnunds de
cided to report a resolution of the character
called for by Mr. Edmunds' motion, but with
a recommendation that it be not auopted.
At the same time, however, the committee
agreed to report favorably a resolution pro
hibiting the erection of ouerhead telegraph,
telephone ad electric light wires and requir
ing the removal of existing wires after July 1
following in the streets of the city. Electric
railway wires, it was stated, were purposely
omitted because it was held that charters to
several new r.lwaysalready granted permitted
the employment of such wires if desired, and
that legislation prohibiting it would be an in
fringement of their charter rights.
When the resolutions were reported to the
Senate they were accompanied by a report
from the Distract committee explaining its
action. The report stated that the charter of
the Eekington company had been granted in
the previous June and contracts aggregating
5u3.000 had been entered into; that tae act au
thasied the use of electricity as a motive
power: a permit was obtained from the Com
missioners. contracts were made for electrical
equipment anid work as in progress when the
resolutio~n to- rescind was introduced, It was
claimsed, too, that the cost of the conduit sys
tem, as well as the unpiaved condition of Iine
streets, made it impracticable in the case of the
Eckington road.
weAr TsE asATE FINALLY DID.
Action on the resolution to revoke the per
mits was postponed in the henate on account
of Mr. Edmund.' absence, but meanwhile there
was from time to time some discussion of the.
subject. During this discussion Mr. Vest dle
clared that Coengress had condemned the entire
system of overhead wires. Hie contcndedl that
overhead wares are dangerotis to human life
and he had read accounts of dheaths produced
by such wires. lie sid that such considera
tions atone ought to prevent the erection of
overhead electrie wires; that the preservation
of hurman life should weigh above the interests
of corporations, above the value of money.
The resolution rep~ortedl by the Senate com
mittee appears, however, never to have been
called up afterward, the Senate evidently con
sidering that the probibition against overhead
sies inserted in thme appropriation bills was
suficent for the time, but subisequently, when
it was propoedto eatend the Ecatington line,
the Senatepspressed its sentiments by pro
hibiting the ese of the overhead wires on the
extension.
carr. armoirs' nEroaT.
The annual report of Capt. Symons, assistant
to the Engineer Commisisioner, published Oc
tober 1, disearned the electric wire question,
and said: "It has been the aim of this ofieo to
restrain the growth of the overhead wire aye
tsm in every possible way consistent with
proper servae. to the public. An Irrepressible
conatis going on all over the country against
overhead wires in the city streets, and the wiil
of the people is that they meast be buried. end
baraed- they wall he jast as soon as their main
tenanee overhead Is abseoiately stepped."
orrscALLW cosaEEIKn.
Theeletrie sire problem has hben ensidered
' ines the diseusmsous referred to sbove on var
ions occas and the reports of the District
Cm-is-ier as wel a t~e action ofCore
has on every --ea=o reaffrmed the elyta
no everheadi wires are to be permite aW ash
ington. The eiaborate report new before Ce.
gress, ade by the boerd ef electrical experts
appeented by tne President in aceordlanee with
an act of Congress to eanside the whele sub
ject ot electris wises, discussed the aCsatt of
elsetrse railways and 4rmnne agias th
overhsead wire sysaum kagse estisb the se
Cenideta.that only Ire years hare
as arat ef- 6W mie of snok trash Is
qsseu, aves mmses for doubt as to
hi m mMy h
en psuWM
saud as 1m
table IsseeNeea m
hat a tal. sc fatreet
franehlsse l. nthemtes hane
upon thet developmsats.
't9 t tt as with the wet.
and ga" systess s r dest . a the
outset we can ua iastedes
slwy ay based enelamvy uponmania
pal anggidpesie ee- Serm et to
yy e ra at " y8 ty h higb t responsibi
bidders apsn a scae and schedule basis ditt
by the city: Asid frm-the direct operatim
of = r by ecatract on the overea
er sysatem U loperaUou of ear
hse bian efected by what is known as th
stoerae battery, being a sjtem of cella place
tnweaaeetion with-th meMerlygmnda ithla
the ears and ehstged with burrent at the at
tion to an extent to admit of a given length a
rsn. Thebaggregm smbe ofuuch tais i
imerica aa a ropeupbe within a year we
sixty-dsa mute manafaetarers from time t
time issued glowingaucoants of their ageeesefa
and eesemilcia eperatio. So far, howe'er,
eertal invetigreou dosa not warrant ther
"The greatest objetieon to be overcome i
the appliction et the iterge battery cars I
their extreame wght, that of a car thu
equipped being n' the neighborhood of fron
s to seven tens. - This limits their asefulnet
to couparatively level streets. or at most sad
as have not to emened a 6 per cent grade 6
limited length. Further exprildeats in thi
direction may besucral iovereeming sat
of their prseentobjectionable features. If thd
are the storage battery will, in many respects
possess advantages over any of the presen
systems, chief among them being that of ibst
itendepeadece of one car from any of th
others. In one-ease a derangement in the coo
duster defeets al the care in the system; in th
other derangements will be conined to the ca
itself. All that we can suggest upon th
subject of electrie street railway regulation i
that necessity being the mother of inventio:
the application of underground and other un
objectionable methods in the place of tho
now applied will not materially progress anti!
the municipalities exact either the under
ground wire or storage-battery propeller sye
tems in the place of the overhead" in the can
3ral and populous sections or the cable systems
"For lines having small traffic and runnin
into the country from the outskirts of the cit
there is no doubt that the electric overhed
trolley system is the best and cheapest in ever;
way. and for provisions for undergroundini
the wires in the central populous sections o
the city and the extension from these points 1
the overhead trolley system outward toward
the suburbs the street railways will then mee
all the requirements of service in the best at
tamable manner."
A SURPAISR ALL AROUND.
Members of Congress and Citlisensa em the
Overhead Wire Amendament.
The action of the House yesterday afternoon
as stated in Tax Bran, in regard to the Metro
politani railroad was considerable of a surpris
to put it in the mildest form of which the Es
glish language is capable. The bill upon whic]
the surprises were tacked with wire-wovei
tacks was the well-known extension of the time
one year during which the Metropolitat
road would be obliged to change it
motive power. It wes expected that th
bill would be passed without any gree
amount of tronbl. but it was hardi
expected that the measure would be so altered
that Mr. Pearson would require an Introdue
tion and members of the District committee
would pass by their child on the street withou
a recognition. '1 hat the House should hav<
agreed th Mr. Outhwaite's amendment requir
ing the road to furnish a seat to every passen
ger or else collect no fare was not so especiall;
surprising. as the temper of many of the leg
isators has been sorely tried in this partidular
daring their daily trips to and from the
Capitol.
TaE ovxnnEan wins AM NDXENT.
But that the House without warning and
without discussion should agree to an amend
ment allowing the road to put on the overhea<
trolly system was both surprisingand startling
In view of the former action of Congress on
the subject, forbidding the erection of over
head wires within the city limits, and takini
into consideration the importance of legisla
tion opening the doors for unhmited troll;
systems, it is little less than remarkable thud
th amendment should have been agreed to
without even so much as a division.
FVLL TExTow TE AMZNDMENT.
The full text of the amendment as adopted i
as follows:
Resolved, Ac., That the time within whici
the street railroad companies availing them.
selves of the privileges granted by the ac
making appropriations to provide for the ex
pesse for the government of the District o
Columbia, and approved August 6. 1890, so fat
as it applies to the Metropolis railroad, i
hereby extended for one year !om the date o
the passage of this acti provided that over
head wires may be used in propelling the cart
by electricity on a plan to be approved by the
Commissioners of the District of Columbia
Provided, That within thirty days from the
passage of this act said Metropolitan liailroad
Company shall increase its service to such an
extent that it will no longer be necessary fo:
any of its passengers to stand up, and no fare
shall be codeeted for any passenger in any o
its cars until furnished with a seat therein.
It is the opinion of may persons interested
in District legislation that the action was es
pecially untimely, comsing without report from
the' District comattee and withoutany reques
from the railroad company, which seems t4
hare every conidence in thme sucess of lb
storage battery system.
ma. wasmrio-roa's vruws.
Mr. Washington, who moved the amend
ment, has Strong ideas on the question and hi
views can be'stated thortly. He believes tha
the sto.ag system is a failure at present an
that it wilbe a failure twelve months frer
now. He wanuts Improved facilities and want
them at occe. ExtensIon of time in which 1
experiment with storae batteries would .ia
ply be a waste of tine, beholds. The overhen
system, he elaisma, isa suesess, is not dangem
ens and migt as well be pal in at one as t
wait twelve months,
mu. suarsrL.L suRniraED.
The amenedment had no indorsement fros
the District committee. The matter of allon
lng overhead wires was not even suggested t
the committee by any one In the discussioni
over the bilL. Mr. Ifemphbil in spedaking of lh
action of the Homse to a Sram reporter sa:z
that it was as much of a surprise to the corn
mitte as to the outsiders. The committee he
not eonsidered the subject of overhead wirem
and in view of the fact that the railroad compen
had conadlenos in the storage system he though
the action of the Mouse had been 'us
tissely. In case of the'talure of the atom
ag, syste em the lime and s "betwee
goingbacto horse cars Mr. RemophilR i
arked that he would be in favor et a oem
heel systemn, but the tisme fur this he thoegh
had not tem elu gameremly of lb
overhead system- Mr. MsmphiM thesihIt
- the -systsam n esta eme 3
of the no .seal ne lassevie . isb
maid that its a maatr et estreme a Uma
todefead the m.ste.. Sm the ater, bses
he thawed that mSyI eaSsch ias sin
Min ehi wel 6iai 1Maet g
Mr. Heard, who Iiedseed 'e eslglpal em
elation and is ehima of the bammS
em railroads, taihed treely cheat me sees
Vto m Bsimatha
me he ..mam.. hasd Ekan~S
used allpe5
mm.' the
seem
dSte
s
Ithp;sluhoeoe a- he sk.
r tes tpd tsy the Y e n ,
S eeone a diseet enile.
os bn te o,~d The old ehmrtess
F s tbhone nder w h the Metrepaltan line
San ve no such provisiou and it seeum to
t me good meth of reaching the leck et
- question seold be to a general
t i ndh: such prov to all the
I reads., transit. however, will, in a barge
s asasuaa, caway with ech eseplats ad it
rhas on the 7th street line."
saammsts o e3 sxanA 3raris v.'amIma.
Senator Faulkner was very meek surprised
l when s'i8u reporter informedi ha .1 the
iatien e1 the House. He had WAtthe slightest
apprebension of senatorial indersemept of the
overhes4 wire scheme. "The Senate," acid he,
t "has so fiequently and so forcibly inqlehs its
opintf overhea wires that. theistrist
{ esa has abrays insistedl en semble or
I storag tery motors. The views expressed
in the B se today which bad it inde
peadet motors are still experimeil are d
i redly co eadicted by the operation afitbe
t ekiagtes ripad on.G street; that such motors
I are ter, aIisnaive is beyond questie. Aut
a they ate 6brmper than the cable system, and if
SI am- cofect in my estimate of the einate
t it wilt tyrtainly not concur in the
F action of the House on this mtter.
I Aside from any other phas of the
a gosdion, it would hardly be fair to allow over
rhead wires on a businew thoro-ghfap like r
, street and prohibit their use on the avenue and
1 G street and all other streetsyhere they would.
beyOnd question, have been asked for but for
the vety decided seatiment in te denate. lbe
- overhead tire system is now recaied as the
cheapest motivp power that can be used for
street railway purposes, and every ryilroad that
can' secure the privilege of using it will an
t doubtedly do so.'
'MVhry pleasant for the railroad eompanies."
- remarked Senator Higgins. "Is the action of
the House explained by the interest the all
a- ance takes in cokporatlons I had supposed
- that the companies had been given all the time
- they aetually needed to' change their motors.
When the matter conies up in committee it will
be fully -discussed. For the present it is
enough to say that there are very serious ob
r jections to a trolley system in this city."
"I have not hekr< the matter discus d.
said senator Wolcott, "and consequently I do
r not know what argurments have been advanced,
f but my present impressions are vey strongly
a ~t the estabislimout of the trolley system
t Senator Vance has not been at tfle Capitol
for several days. He is at his home, on Madsa
chusetts avenue, kept there by indisposition.
He has always been opposed to the ase of over
head wires for any purpose, and, whenever
there was opportunity, talked and rated on the
adverse side of any propositions like the pres
eat one.
r srazzy EsacEaYs ezENRALLY ORIECr.
Mr. Julius Lansburgh, proprietor of the
large furniture establishment on F street near
the corner of 18th street, said: "If that
amendment becomes a law I want to get away
from F street right away. Business will be
killed on this street for me. I depend largely
upon the class of trade that goes shopping in
carriages. An electric line run by the trolley
yrlre system will keep these people away. They
will go to other places where they are in less
danger. The inauguration of that system on
Fstreet will depreciate the value of business
properties."
Mr. W. H. Houghton of the Houghton Manu
facturing Company. F between 12th and 13th,
said; "leally. I have no particular opinion or
choice in the matter. If the trolley system is
the practicable one under the circumstances,
and if it meets the approval of the people,
they I would favor it."
Mr. W. H. Veerhoff, whose art store is on
the north side of Fstrcet between 12thand 13th,
said: "What does the House mean by proposing
such a scheme? A trolley line along F street
would seriously interfere with business and
would affect business property. Why the
street is wet wide enough as it is, and a lne of
poles would deface it still more. I think the
merchants would oppose the bare mention of
establishing such a system."
Mr. M. W. Beveridge. whose large store ad
joins Mr. Veerhofsa, said: '"I would rather
have the slow horse-car service than to seea
trolley line in operation on F street. We have
too many poles in the streets now. While the
r-tcitizens are advocating taking dowethele
graph poler it would seem rather inconsistent
fn string another row of poles on a narrow
business street."
Mt. Kennedy of Geo. E. Kennedy A Son,
grocers, said: "I am surprised at such a propo
sition. The trolley system is good enough for
a suburban road or outlying street, but it }loes
not seem the thing to put into operation On a
crowded and narrow business thoroughfare. I
believe it would soon become very objection
aWe."
Upon being questioned Mr. B. Goldeehinid
of No. 1007-9 F street said with the greatest
earnestness: "It would be a disgraceful act. It
would mean the ruin of F street. At present P
street promises to be a great business street.
but if such a thing were permitted business on
the street would be killed. The street is too
narrow for such a thing, and I hope that Tan
Sran will do all it can to prevent the thing
being done. 1 would much rather see the cars
continued to be moved by horses than run by
any such system. If the company wants longer
time, give it to them, but no over'"ad wires
ever."
The junior partner of the well-known Boston
House Era, Mr. Lothrop. said: "I don't want
to see It done. In the tirst p1la-e it would dlie
figure the street, and in the second it would in
the eve of a fire be the meanis of retarding
the efor Atmen to an alarmning extent.
Electric wires are unsafe and unsightly, and 1,
for one, wish that there wasn't a wire to be
seen In Washington."
- r. W. B.Moses ofW. B. Moes & Son,U1th
and Fstreets,asaid: "Iam opposed tow 'i here
is no need for It. and I would like to see F
street without a single wire on It between 9th
and 15th etftets telegraph or electric."
Mr. Evid. P. ust t. the druggist,:1fth and F
streefe, said: "I am iii favor ot the system, be
cause I bleve that It is the best there Is. It a
better systems cohhd be deviued I would be in
favor of the new system."
Mr. M. W. Gait was decidedly opposed to the
overhead wire sytstem. Ho looked upon Itas
out of date and that the storage ears were maore
maodern and suprior In every way'. He was
a t ththenos had takey a step back
President 5. Wd7eflng, who is a residesg
along the road, sadd that he was emphiatidalty
opeedto the use of overhead whoag.
lin. DereW rown, whose hosxe is on the
lin ofth rodsaid that if the totlge sysep
was no craele that he would not objeto
the'vere wdre, although he would ntme
not see wires an front of his hoys,
Father Laeethea peaehr of IBt. atthew's (Cath
oie Chrb 1l5th anid H streets, expressed stur
prise that the Mouse had authorsusd overhead
wires. He supposed that the danger ihoan theg.
wires wa recognazed ad he was elpposed t
adding te OS peris tebtiman life.
m Nws Yeen Aisagaug Count, N4,
C msase fThmrega. -L
The ,AlleganF conty cort eon sened tedaj
In. Samberlan#. Therie are a number of ass
dychet. uss thesp ese aarde trial, whieh
w411.be argued far the doie by a olared
sa -e, the smI one that huse eer been hbees
last night ~ ete ban he4, hanthing hi.
dew. ansigb meek.
prvlbIe febrStth rI,
N BAL's. Ua
B.u At ArWrtma
A DARRE d .l ,AUCTION a.
VALUABE TBUILDING LOT ON N
TW rNTY-FI f AND TW -
er auiaa trbef th 8 C i
en L?. ad etjMwat.Ima
cash, the m ise
MA mpena. S et tier emontt p
tta11 by Wsde4d of truim o. th epspert
o e.*, tthe epeanof the punrchaer. A
~~~~S~i~ at ties ti ere i fthe
no cent1. with in no dy
~ of sin.hbressila amaue
Vaand D.e co"
RAma MEMAM . DAtMN t ...Ans
LATIMER a StWAN ?a.ietei3M G
TWO TEST VALUABLE ILDIxN1LOTS GTE
E :4 n A N kGHTE STEETs NOR
A.Y AFTERNtOO. APRIL TW >IE.
]t!1 t b t1 mnire, we shall 1U. at .
As loctd one o the 4akable
t stand abould Coand-- tachue at-Ia
S f "camb - balance ia two years with notee
herb ls1erit natured he- a deed of trust. All
cosw~n and record ast at pUsases~ ea. $i43
e np lt at tie* of a '
ai M aa LATlMER SWAN. Auctioneers.
DUNCARMON B* A....c
Ulth and D sie..
T ALE OF' EW AND DE
f AND 1:0s 0 STREET NO,.THEAST AN
1 AND 1338 MARYLAND
TU SLDAY Athlc 1NN A Rn TW n.f.
comfencilg at HALE-PAST FOUR O'CLOCK. In
a 444:.1. 3. 3."3 and 3. SQUARE I0':.
ofRptti1 others. trustees', subdivisaoa of loos in
E o , dI4i rill loaut 18 feet o.0( STREET.
overoU ILRgLA:I, AVENUE NORTHEAST
matts h mea each bye nearly new two-story an.1
dav weilhng. six rooms and bnathn. madden
convenisences.
Lats 3. :. :U3 ail 36 each front 18 feet on Mary
land d"10110 are improved each by nearly new two
pt a4cla brick dwellinas. alA rooa sand beth t
eelnees. Each of the above lots have
allay rear.
Tm: Ol.000 cash On each bouse, balance in one,
two aed threirears; notes to be xlven. bearinlateres
at U per cent trOu day of sale, payable seud-annadly.
and to be secured by deed of. rust on preni.es said. or
all cash.at o;on of purchaser. C. nveyancinw. bc..
asp r s eoet. A deposie of 200 on each lot at
sale. Tarn to be coinpAewd with in iteen
daya. etewse rbrht reserved to retell pi' jNprFty in
deIemR atthe risk and cost of t.. dfault now Iur
byaerata ie days' adv~rtieemeut of suich retail in
Somre newsapetr Inublas. od in Waashington, D.C.
ag-d. J uK Trustees.
______ JOHNl ELEM Ruats
TPRUST '8 SALE OF VALUAL IMPROVED
1REAL * STATE BEING PRtEMI ES NO. 1110 I
STREET N~h'HWEST. WASHINGTON. D. C.
By virtue of a detree of the Supreme Court of the
. Colausda. tuadie the -ath day of March.
m c o. 1:1405. in wine Theodore
3Sha.s is comptlinact and Georire J. Goddard andl
~lessc e ELan. the unduagnwIll outTUt
VA L E LIii f)Ai 0~ APRIL, 161k at
HALkL-PAST FIVE O'CLU..K P.M. , in frost of the
pre~sfa. offer lt sale at public auction the following
"%- twenty-four (24) feet front by the depth
tee of lot numbered ifteen (15) in square numn
four hundred and oily-three (4b31. ta the city
of D. C.. whico lot is impr ved by one
lamge Wbri twelliux house, frintlnz on Istreet. being
louse No. 01s0 t n. w.. w ith a brick wood home
and tw tio-story brick tenement Louses on the rear
of dlot fronting on Essex court.
Terbs of sale: (One-third ut the purchase price to to
be lad It cash one-third therei in one year and the
other one-thlrtin two year tut the say of sale. or
all cash. at the option of the purchaser, the deferred
pey te, i any to bear interest at IS per cent per
cured tthe notse of the pur -bser with a deed of
trust execnted by hin upon sand real estate. Said real
estate will be sold free on taze. to the day of Ba e. A
deposit of 600 wall he required of the purchaser at
the ltine of 'tale. Eanninanun of title. conveyancingr
and recording will be at the prchaaer's ezle.ns.
THlE .-DUElL 5Uk.CKLM, Tructee.
COLE s COIE. Sol.citora.
WALTER B. WzLaAs a CO..
lnh3O-tdds Auctioneers.
THIS EVENING.
WALTER B. WIr.LLItaS N CO.. Auctioneers.
ANNUAL PRING SALE
By order of the
TAUNTON SILVER PLATE
COMPANY.
RICH AND ELEGANT SILVEA.PLATED
WAIZL. FRENCH CLOCKS IN M tItBLE
AND ONYK CASES. BR:)NZEE. TEA
METS. EPEli)NES.TUREENS.-ULDING
DISHES. CAKE BASKETS. NUT BOWLS
AND ALL KINDS OF SILVER WARE
MADE FOR TABLE USE.
FINE LINE OF ROGER'S CELEB iTED
TABLE CUTLERY.
At our sales room.
CORNER 10TH AND PENNA. AVE. N.W..
TUESDAY. APRIL FIFTH,
AT ELEVEN O'CLOCK A. M., THREE AND
HALF-PAST SEVEN O'CLOCK P.M.,
And will continua daily at same hours until the entire
stook to disposed of.
WALTER B. WILLIAMS & CO..
a094O Auctioneers.
FUTURE DAYS.
ATCLIFFE. DARE a CO.. Aucts..
ERY VALUABLE TUPROED) REAL ESTATE ON
o 14TR)Er IBETrWEiE ELEVENTH AND
'bL.FT~t STREETs NO~RWEST. BEtNG
HRE-BOY RICK DwwraI?4(I
1170STRtEET NORTHRWEnT.
We unl- Sent by nublic auction, In front of the
on IONDAY. APRIL EIGHTEENTh.
SQUA tiE NO0. :31.
1lroed b a tlrstory brick dwefliar contanin
E~utu bath ith lu gnera inaprovaent n
Pernaiaasena to Inspea the prendses can he hadS upen
appirt ontth anatasesor they can be seen at
"I~t Clha' eeah.he.a... I. ..e, tm. snd
thseTar., wIth intert -t at the rat cf 1 ner catit gevr
asuums.er istl nah at I eo9ptie of the porcinamer.
dat etuic sale. s t
.TL E ACLaIFo. DAuRCtor.,Ac.
tA ~U UIL ,.gt TE ON EaTNK 3
N TH WEnT BYf AUICTI .A3
a FIVM!l O'hCh wewl fr o as
N H tDEDANDNIN ..
'hotSa Is oe of the. Snesi in the city. betay In the
aty vl etdb ea n a s nalm a
h etd sow attie o t ee..A erito
eduSiim whiu th ayropaty a sold. If te.
rama cent ofthendetter Ies'ehsae eater 9
RA.Dh.f .ES..e.e,
aa~C. Ail raaa
. ...
AUCI AL nan
ON
S~AY. APRIL
AT TER A.M..
WITHIN OUR IALY -
3AGS OF FLOUR. BUCEETS. CANNE TOEM
TOSS. SARDINES. "s.. STARCE. TEA.
CANDY AND OTEEB 0005 SI.
MAIINING FROM A SMAL.
GEOCERT.
TWO EUUDRED DOEg AsSOme, - OO
IG4AM. ANS M so.aOWe SMWSe
SOLLT. NEW 3SQUR. DESSLMR.
SIZE HAT. RATTIU. BONS
FILLER (POlLED.
WINDSOR. EKMR'IT
OF LOS. Ru".
ALSO
LOT LADIES' LANG AND 53OSf CO*A
100 DOEN COLLRS AND GUE24.. 1
LATM=R 1. AAN. Aus1=.a trd
THE XOST
IIQRTA3Y
PORTION OF TE
GREAT WEERI0EE
SALE YET TO 3 35UD.
RICE WITS mEOU6SF.
SILVER AND BUANT CAB
NETS. TEE IMPORTANT
PIECES WILL BE REACES M4
DAY NEXT. APRIL ELETENTN. AT
ELEVEN A. M. AND TEREE P. W.
All the Cabinets. Mirrors. SdlMS ane fuI
said iHated (tare. NIewks, t .sr.dne,
Larc. Frncuh and Durch y
berres V.ases. 2nimid Te '
contained in baunse of
A erne. whica can be
2 awhlet. ft..
WEDNESDAY. APIL THIN. IM
The inwmirued wil all property : i
.a n.S~r* W~W~
artaa Machn. Ha y1 ak r -
cart. Hand Cat. Ta three> As. two wo.bss
Plows. two Two-hore Hairows two Onsm
One-hor. Harrow. lithri and law CaUtia.. i
u it k low n hserle and Douible-sho Plows an4 MEl
Far t I aententa. two bet Sgle t Sat.
Double ame. one het Carriase and sue net
Manes.. two sets .Cart Harnes., Wew Gese. wS
Furniture. Furnishing Goods.
Teraus of sale: Cash.
T. ROSRN3WSOM.
apIl-2t Ieonrhborouakrosd. opp. a'sivera* dts.
R ATOLIFFE. DARR B Cu.. AaMtmmina.
VERY DESIRABLE TWO-S tO TYBRICE z0m .
IIODERiN IMlPRtOVE ~k~ NO. 5Q
ME1AE NOEtHWEAT BY ALCTION.
On WEDNElDAY ASTE'NOUN. APRIL TEIS.
TEETH. at FIVE O'CLOCE. wewll .Se5 far saoi
is front of the premises.
MitU LOT 114.
SQUARE 441.
Fronting l7feet pn Q t byUadeeth f5ee 3
footalley.
Impeved by a well-bailt 2-atasy bbeu rn wit
maodern lanprorements.
Teras: One-tidea.the besapI ese antw.
years. t3 per cent per annum. p oya un uny
"ecared (, deed of trus$ on 2 proearty sor al
tech. at tla otonoth ueam.Admt
$2) required at the tis of tal. the teem ofsf[s
are not couplied with an Atteen dasys from the dayet
eale riht as teserved to meinll the pspesty at the rub
and ct of the dellae purchs.er sfter Ave t.'
advertlseetof e1asch resale is sum newspmaper pub-.
ishen i Wasshe.ton. D. C. AUl eenrsysae ad
r"cant."csti purac .Ae..A
L ATIMER S LOAN. Aucti oneem...
VERY VALUABLRE 31 E A O
MTREETS NORTHWT.T
AT AUCTION.
On WEDNESDAY A TROON. API.
TEETH. Iet2. at HLF-PAST THRER 00
in trout of She teremiste we asaj murt puble sue.
tiou part of lot i pa sijuro 1W to Sem
Tis is fast barmm a buestne ety delfs t F
street and near the teof the cit pioet and wil
natnraliy ba a tiorounrhfare to that iu.sn.an I.
considdered one et the mast valuable (lirs peopsetI
in that section,
Terms: One-tbfds ens.m in sag. twes t
thae sdars. riconotes riae' smt and 1
posit at the tiue of anj.
a;2-ets LA MER & LOAW Aetionees.
WALTER I. Wi..IAun B CO.. A..is.....
SALE OF fiO VERY DEasIRAR Bf.E IGLOS
SITUATED IN THE NORTHWMT. A
tIlt. AND TWO Al) VERY
ON4 NORTH CAPITOL STRE. T UR
00s.
AT AUCTION.
Will sell in frost of the auese ea EWJ
APRIL THIRTEENTHI. A HALF-P OR.
i.. all those desirable baldinea lets in UmeemeWn.
the sane binet between f and O ss. a. w . baan as
anbiots 4Gto6. both inclusive. and his tI to $1.
Loth i Inive and thirteen lots ouweeth OI:.,
known as ublot. W T rok t
Hanover ltes ,ots being lAo on Oat.
17xi. allNuts aarnthe advangassof a to
ey; water. ras and sewer in the lraediate t
Also two (1) lots am North Capitol L. 15M0a imaugqse
t oisale One-t ird cai aISMn
he arranged at U ms sale.
WALE 3. WILLIAMS S CO.
apO-dAds Auef.a
rMHOAMA DOWLING & SON. Asmusau.
TRURTEE'S SALE OF VERY VALUABLE 3WLD
NoRTHWESt ETW2.LN1 REiI
EIGHTEEbTE STREEIi AT AUCTION.
On W IEDNF.DAY APRIL TRIKTEEN T.1k l
at HALF-PANT k O'CLOCK P.M., a fentfi
;r.mI...,w ww el atnblr suetd.....u 10g
square l.l8. frontIgr 2" feet on the atthIdEs
stree by a u oft a about 100 ftut to a waMsWs. usa.
yena wn-It inteenumt iron. fat acr.4 e dne(
tut on te Vrmtor al Casb, at t s
auswt. 'iiu~fSb eerD 01 to
FUTURE DAES.
TROMAS DOWLINO A SON. ALrecema.
TRUSEES ALE F VAUAUEMtPaW.V
PtOPESYNO1 RHOD D SAMAE
NUE NORThET. AT AUCTION.
et sea.. sau1r 5 . some ale isher
Csnmam and at She v-us f se ee
thereby,. aM ae' wirtsae bss IjFm'1
th.eatusremne 0f tes D~e 1 eIs
Sde, fonstlug S f1eet en theeeam m ii&t e
avrans nrthwest.
.r,.tatr. .w wai-~a~
ase 'eatIase
tu.ewe t o e e wias d
INARD W.
~AeurFs. Danaasa&mas.esse
kvstBws
eV
l1 ii Nlf
J ss s tlrJ .s
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owsstlt.D i!,ayr fit
AT at lilt LOP w
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tom:
T Pas oe ItvTid
A D s: [ 1 4 A K
rr illal U}tDO{!O
1N AxD AL1Ws I ARJL
oowfuxD
1>ts V4xo wit.
10 .AM, t
111TeD TA1I. u AL'R smir-tT Y1 . t
tt t,. e at M l -Mil 00 of the caNCb
s.t for
ft.afa aa. as pelt timialsk
tow 1 wt. Milat publir c .Me. for
rOb. to itutlt 7 water rt,. t. 0e0r99twa.
'i Y. the TUVICTV.
an the t7AL tiro. i lptetwt et the 414 - TWLLVLOVKA)CIE
l to in =A to the 1101 am reMM to
0 ttheiRO Ct) Mtn 1 4rtu/ opo.
An
lrflr. dJ ftoL tla O O+ n N. IIa
Ito -flaw eMeutw.
.lrA.t> --Ai.D t
0"a" D OD., A.cL..a.
IOSa . ll adlw ,
LATINLR t SWAN. A.ctt.SSNa.
r,%l[Tr
M 1M>< All MGM& 11108 AID
OP I0tt1N ;TO KIDI or VIA 1
ON DSt RFET ' AND U411
DART.
direction Of tbp Iwo o"
Ve P.M.. all of Mt so. 1i imanks ad amok"s
t d1 Lad 2 IMF as itr i ie t vs.
V f at0 st or uo..drrs Tdd d. *b of j
.t. imlr n.A by. IMlw if.w w t net: ,
wit b's t rbutl.w. pm8pas.s. ,
at Okla: 009468" a+t Y, M1u.tw Is an sit
sears. with late nat at A /.r eat. Md ers .a b7
atM.sRa.sMRrfaetf..rsUe.sb. at psis.d t
hOO.r. 1 W9 xd i.rt ..id vlth .
. at oollt at y
tllhad at tore of sale. sad .Me to be
WIT b sibs tw..y dye. otbtrwl.s d. ,
a IL %ILIAIIS. Atf.raey.'2U dll.t
jt"ardiJp 1 DAN& sou. A.at..wts
IZQOITaIT AID rMRKKPTOST SAL1 OF TJM
1NTIIZ 1OWIG AND IIL'UIS0 MTOC1 Of 1
TIIZ LATM [INY/IZ! >1DOft. Cithifiz T
ODIITANT. CONIIOTIZO OF
17 LEAD 011 01100$.
13 DINGLE IIILI WAOOSI.
1 DOOifi IVCe.
1 DAITOx 1AOON.
W ti1$ NAUXBM.
selilds>saTOR CANItr ITO..
y MT AUCTIOI .
Ift LT T1 e i CI.OlA1 i i. fta.c d
tar ra al.s "Ones, ""JG P.. sr.. a. w.. an she" visck.
1h. Was)." amt Zia and C.a
Itlamrra~ AM."l.to.a" was pa tlm satire
=0=0 .t1.I Cismp ay a"
for .use, hers lastraetad to to se11
nihoat ee rrtr or Iir"t the dwe .sock. This sal.
'tsseat. as 9atfiM - ./puts sty tat Panto.
ePla tbsa"Ik b.siarrfu aa.us" otWU.
MM ALA% FYM. D A 6itl iasa
0 u0.. * .
PA I ' L" (I N1 11 .N a W.
AU N-2, 6N)OD D)iO If . 00110 flti A 1Z 1
To SUIr 2111K 19 1
b ON !SD 00D LXI leNO VOatc A A
TA= Il 1SOMT AND eDM
By virtue Of a deed dated the l : th day at I
was A. D.1111. p 0OWW 11510, pub. I= tfNWAM Will is of the an
bit UT . DAY Gtr ANtI!. A. 1 '
BUS W1ls M AND . II poa mflit
ft& lot bu4a UM$a+.d by a sew.luis-ees ad bath with h1.i d omits bywOlMaw bo.a wW ow+
Inc bells but aU aa.a...Ibmaas Mom home
Io be sold subject N. iwi a[ sews fat eat.
big is tbtw years ft.m ac"b.r S IIDt. i.srr.t
fat atrOtat M .ats.m. Isasnmf tarebb .tnwaa.
146w of oak as follows: GM ft be p.H In cook of
which C'.d00 will him.s Mods at the tlam. et
WA. balaglw d tit parccbsm atoaay la PN
aMr.e Of *50 fate awash. er as l K..I rat .a .
rq09 aa" two f ass from at saOs. tar .blc6 the
Paeel+O.r wW inc. W salve dN9 day of MN.
8msa dttb. M Ka GIs. stsM9Irmo b at as Calk.
seek is a.iaug.t ddeftwaar lMe6. its
it6 ss " a 'w.. ewe
aarr r)rr1
$altiLtltYl< Dal{" " 00..*f9 r., AR N. V.
9 3301 BA1i O/' ALpitlli liumbovm I
Pw O TY 0if IFT Ypp Yl' t)Mf!'i t D
STAM > luW1 iiiT.
D. vW ..M treat of an
0 ft A Is" as
PW& at AMA u. is
C.. D.tas b4dtistfi.da.adaf baet
ba " s.ado.taJM[..d bslas b a twos.er
.0a0. s,, Ise amsa/ yeses yy ttt.nts. One
iseL i. " s1erM No. IL.eis.t.
Tstwu: Os.I111M aasb: la wa aM bee
L.fR wtt6 faf.as4sOpraea pr 'aa A
il rrwr .trttrse o"ou aw/aaefatat
Aim Jl a iai Aif.s..
OltlALM
R mill
Beal am mmm s V&V ws spits
ass,
"a sla.. ..z" .' wt.. l s a
," fltbtas10Mat Magian
w la7Vatr anal lariat %am
Now Valuable tn..hdl was.. S40 f' t
Bob Aaaaiass tbiat at.4 MwMmi ammuff
ninast tall- m tsa2wrar
Tim bodko n lea lltD.
" nt .al, 1610 w I" r wtM "
nohow., a ttseaS para. taboo of eesar.
icu.wI Oh...N+wr.
ItiYsrtbe. Fats LIN sets.. *Ns
tiaaraa sa, a iwlt -' London. sub a 2aaM11/
ahastl .
The ILLINOIS Gists !Apses. t a r
whitv of a.aath. 2S olio. [R.m ILIMADMU. a
ttatt.tN>"laa[A w tO1, Yat M "
btk. Y a /Nmr w1: as saran ... sasi
Isars bettdt by tar treat nowboAti r as IkMN web a
amidst taltba, w1nuY tie am lets ON ttAaas
was smoked aaa the Mt petaq pi.aoa la k.4 .
IT4t.d Wurstsed )seal solo all tbar tdr
tbat to be had d I.CMI kl5. Aserfsr
al IN etsant, L.raua. L.sisad. ad
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ON 41 wTl'L11' tTb Lt.). LIVIII I Y t
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DAt 17l: X XETCa.1,TY ( AYht1a 1 A
(AL -PAIIT lv6t s u t'LIkE P.W .t. L.,as sty
Tamr the wort 1b teat twat by a &s/wit d Ill
If I? :h in mu ps m. is this att. $new as the
Will sided Wast bets.w Itch sad IYtM laI
stetbsaat.as.d layewy br dua1Yat ka laliY tsaD
i.A(kwea.
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be t
$N . 1wttst,.beunp iedwah of
da
melt r'ki4 to gem attar thm dyer sans. a haw d op
Ann. 1Ii4d."p..sitat1Noe d saes. Aueases
at at 11n4 marl c .
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"hatf. N arl. U.. ". F. a' daaa1y...r d>rler
hate
owto WALTF w'W.tA1t1b C... , Wa
us. I1'. C. Twrar aYbksous at alma d salt
all awWs
u A1L 11 4 t txr., saat.swe
alb WI-P,7y iVata aR N.96
tASLg!, Iummt'I.D AND l'
AND ht,.%lh'NTM bI TAT lsuul M IL&sT. t
Alll msuit
'A I. r1 Yxt it. AT FI%1k 0 Lt rIuAl STIM
illegal as trout v: tho gimme'
YAkt Or I i 1. I.."Watlt NO.
fort el 040 psvtpssar is baprus.4 by a t
amt ho know. as ttL k at. s.e.sasd
out on k at. 1'M Va."sac r..ni..a in.uta .U twtus I.t..
C. test V ".visa. as % trtwaa at.. sou 401"
"saw .a :1b to..
atat it a stet darntde 1,44 for lea
W I.otbuod wham "sail banns rear raaSU
he C10 t.4 Nietw miaahas lard. NOW tar ills
and atbat .'anscowsl
Teram: The Ipn.Vad Imetlo. s111 be add aalosy to
t truat.tsod Of sold. over Uua str,.10st to M. psal1
".,..a.. Tbs atth.I ruvad Gah)art to a turd awdaR
about 11.140. p l abb r ."awl tmNalltusaas.. of ba.
Orr these ),oath. out said show this smosai to y
twin m ens a Is sack era.lbs pae.less.V MM w at
"Its It be deal A deposit of **Am us aura 14 - aw
laliadat th. tusw elsal.. Tsstaa t.. bo c ss $tad silk
usages all a Lek wd awq. actt tube dets At Sou purcb t/
games i
psaskaaac can tATeLI p*tt t ('0 "
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tlw PA. AV M.W.
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app,' ha
LtliANCttT aALtOF VALU A
ON OlMOul. All k11 IETtEU "
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uF WAittIXuTU>,.
ty Vtrt? of a 6m as of the tapaa.te past aI s
DNttk1 cc C-,oiutuW, pared in pang maw 1 re shau
" Pohl t 4"m of do
w, as l'I ' iENUAt 'L I U . all am us pw wla
=1129 yrt attd tr:sr a the city or Ma.bswtas a
Mctrt, M4 diwtmra shad M t W an aid ft is
Latta sad dbwsa' wb.ii V t..us d ,'.Ram Iua r
l:C, r1K plat d rusurdnd is lb. WfVarae salas
P, said Disletss, to ud 31ise t. W.. folk. W.tutathat wig
be s. Sc., canonical of rut basso 1w
.Vat?.
d sate: ua Iyrd eat warp..la ttwaa?l
1 IastsaA. aer l by iM e ta sat t .t~p.;ail
w
sad a(tsttt I all the tasp"t'tror all sash, at creme
ssiesalt. . at of *AM .rb ?waa w's ,on. annual
eaeaefti It we me emookad wnb in two days tarwumm aaarsw
to fl t to eadwtttw sad MU as dstaalY p
San" map and r".
S AM[i1 M. Cty6I1
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DA .u t w
A M& BVEXTi&XTM MTtll Mutt7LIT.
AT AUCTION. per,
!2%T ! I tO'(I t) C 1.11.. w ask 1lTttaat s/
lie psVasiaea, parrtt lot Xu ti, square fee. 1.4111, Immil
eple10ssRastOasYibatme" wsataIartr srM te.t.ts.meeawtbead
too to aaeadea allay, final web a ls aaatla"
Ilwdar
allay alatrileia tsar aid imety4wo ua. b10adlaMha
IaR ---a* .lows aaia day I.0 fast. eY?w
want ail IUtl.paw saps bterds.mbe NO to tar
wear lots all Ni two and thtmoa silk
sowhuwesaelT sappy-aw tact sad aawrwlRht
saw hw10daaMb Seat w Ike plow d b.aea10_. 61.10"
daunt I. au as. thousand stair bermn d sad tttbty.
squire hat. vane. Is _e d aan.- T I.CMal
Iota abesid Will the. -.in Haan t[Wf
Yes. ehas.e for apa"utathts.
Test .ntadak10.wdtbaaaN
a "dat WALTXK M. WUAIAKS & t
HOTEL.
71tr AI1YMOtl. 1s1 M it. tl a Asia F.
oilOiaatwl heatw10.T. 1L M I1t.ils.s .JMUp.
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