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AND BELOW TE SPECIAL OT SELLING PRICE. WHICH MEANS a A SAVING TO YOU OF FROM 16 TO 2 PER CET. OUR STOCK IS A.VARID pNE. AID CDMPRISES SILKS. VELVETS. ELACK .1 AND 00LOED DRESS GOODS. WASE. Ac ARLE DESS GOODS. WRAPS. LINENS. U DOMESTICS OF ALL KINDS. WHITE 0000. ROSIEST AND UNDERWEAR. MES FURNISINGS. EANDEER C.... AND GLOVES, AND MANY OTER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO .t MENTION. TEE BULE OF WHICH MUSTEE SOLD VEPORE WE CAN REGIN el POVEMNTS. LOOK OUT FOR TEE i RARGAINS WHICHI WELL ADVERTISE b 20M DAY TO DAY IN TERSE OL SE A F IEURAEGU'LA* PRICES. OP 0 N Pix~w szA zyxzyDriFAr rms a ju~s s sraenrPox AS@A VVAVA L.nUnfgPA 2,1 LUTNEL i. S M EDITION.w iTREET CAR TIE-UP. Fi Mg LRg Eike BUguI at 0svlan* 'r u . x .sa, em awimg of Miss Hayes, the Bank ef's Daughtet.eh VN .elm 'AMMANY'S PROGRAM.4" and SIT T CAM TIM UP. ce he ="*a MOiOnke em Eeeae aeinie Knows A in This Ceumny. I COav.naM, Omo, June I3-The fto Maes Ce' the East Cleveland street raDread, cempui g Unidd avenue, Cedar avenue, Osteal ave- am me and Wade Park avenue, were tied up tis tgm orning a a oclook. These lsp run from the awa 06 end to the center of the city, MAd eeise eeif s we largest street rairoad system in town. oths The strik bean for some days, roll ad a part precipitated bythe strie - d"n on teBroadway adNew arlines. to run care s by the diferent ui .of people albed to theirr e of buits is si aid that stribeto a "d ass in the city before f trty g boer= have i d sly of the oadway ad ye hut Mo.t awburg Coan attemepted Itouacr but NOWN Sstrikers it from the track. The ha dway and Newburg oecials have clled on "o s aheuif for protection, and will endeavor to b The l workm in the south end are In on pathy wth the Braway strikers falls mpay ran one car east manned by pOee- T1 er ngi quiet = this company's Hunes. hes are for increased wages and a ten It i largest strike for the electric roads T2 wce that system has been adopted In this '%alh entry. he b RUN TO EARTE. plah Mig Gang of Counterfetters Cawtur in San Fran=is=o. eq gas FaaScrco, June S2.-A big ceunterfeit ig gang was unearthed here yesterday by the at t Test of Giovanni Abetti and Paolo Vizoonto, dele ro of the leaders. They were captured was work in the rooms where all Pati e apparatus for makin spurious pow in was found. The gang, composed of about dozen men, bas been in operation for over relve months, and In that time must have put A rer S10,00 worth of counterfeit money in be rulatlion. * low WEDDED IN PARIS. see' 3e EaNjes Married So Senater Waddint- am a lons Son. Of a PA=r, June 2L-An interesting wedding oc- apes ired this afternoon in the French Protestant of h turch near Are do Triomphe, when Miss miri wtha Hartijes, daughter of Mr. Hartje. the TI merican banker here, was married to Mr. durt la. Waddigto, eon of M. Richard Wadding- was n a member of the French senate and a the ihew of I. Waddin=o the French am windor to England. were many Amer =e present. The bride's witness was T. Jef- bef< reon Coolidge, the American minister to won rance. A lr rein at the rediden"s of Mr. arjafowed the ceremony. C11 10 vote MN. RILL SEND8 TRANKS. on who Is Message to Edward Warphy. Jr.. of he the New York e ats. a do Cxreaoo, June 2&.-Edward Murphy, Jr., re- dee Ived the folowing telegram this morning: vote m. Edward Murphy. Auditorium Motel: - ?ease pres to the New York dealagtion my eart CY tSI~t t t W= nT 0s9ned DAVID 3. MILL. Some of the New York delegates left Chicago r home this morning and the Tammany omwe had prepared to go also, but they were 101m opcd by the leaders. w believed that such the tin would give rime to the inference that they mad are already stampeding the candidate. The leaders are very careful to say that they Ill do their utmost to see that the state of Dw York shall go democratic. They do not m tern however, in any way to smooth over air ormer asertos of kr. Cile ad's in ility to carry the state. TI Edward Murphy said: "We have the hardest diep ag offlolting to go through that ever Wensthn In a few short msonthe we ti mre got to overcome a remarkably strong sec Rick" Croker mid: "Tammany Hall will do wer a share toward suportig democracy and thin kingittriumphan*in 'o m an Bourke Cochran refused to be wed. The majority of Tammany peo. UPO s decided to go home early this afternoon. th aring the morning there was a conference of wel e New York deation, at which the qusestion es athmne te cnvenionthis even g .asdisnsed conota lively man *r. Chairman Murhy and Gov. Flower ath advocated gngnto the convention and riving, if poile, to boat Gray of Indiana for TI co Presideat. It is said that the Indiana ople only threw their vote to Mr. Cleveland case of preomises made them, and many of Hou a New Yorkers were In favor of trying to Gea mk up this deaL. r urphy said after the meseting that te uldt concentrate em any candidate, Mor-T a, Boles or Palmer, to beat Mr. Gray. DOLTS TEE TICKET. acre Celesale Paper Win Ned Support Clere- Ah tand. Dasvza, Col, June 2.-The R~oety Hesm In Neve km bolted the democratic ticket en L esunt etco on the silver question. eisa IN WALL. STEET TODAY-.on ather Sam--i- Astetr ha the Steek Naw Yomz, June 23.-The dalMting hath wire iechamarket this morntag ware marked by and ther -r--od- activity, bet a raturn of the te m temnper, with a few wide inoteattums, cegh the list ha general was esill quiet and T adad In within marrow limite. Theop. 1sjtSs elock es was ~adsh to krm, generally at a she a In the stock" tafter 11 .oleek th esTI telo list followed Mahatan= down, and prisme m, I aleng the line were breghtbelow these etfg : :zeet ha the fetroneg itebbs of sase g0 , Aa . eS at. T m Puzenasuz, Pa., June f-"I'3 he ta 10,U0 that Earrisen wE he eleeted," was-the und IalaMem benste MathewS8. amade ths te~o ehW rn hClle et of o he wants to sste waer,"..se.=..auf mair, "saud to me." Sthe - neu Geed s a me md shed over the whselt et 2& gm e Oe lenbe a int sa b O-ese a O HATDELEGATESSAY (Osle4d O&e pena B Iret . -I' Teqk wa smashed. r esleYs voesse Sgret wiet .unt - 'svoft W Else WhM Letrs LeBerel ao Asmd he ren ewh nst I So.M the Clav 11411 41 masmeNt of mr Voe. It hm d h Arhoeumd New which had 0 give 0 ditieMal reeS6 ad in heU m.weIvets it the ati3eelad is. hthe ehabima et the Aisern gais th deor and --=-----d Lie Baum ze a fr a" mdnd renewed ing ad sucsh ntim both in the gal me b s o ati ws'-r..t r. absh et New Yesk am up the Ysk emsaade that oedsr be restered before sad emuI ordr uas restored Alaska Then the Distriet ot mba was and et -her two vets for lmd that gave him al but We-rds of a of the 07 neemary to minte, Mw Mexico setted t eINet ate when 4h1 fw V"9 gM eland. gr Sed the shaims and sxed e their U. MIhigan got out her 'bpqinse forma oafratim., but there uwa maswf ouverso than and the was put F quicky, thethe es r vote Was for Clovolanarnd whan the sell was completed he had 61. NEAR TO DEFAT. I .As ssm Stayed by Gersman Gevebad We" Have lest. Is Dlmpmte to The Evuateg sar. Omnomoo, Je M. Ithout the vote of Arkansas, which as day had been agAInAt Cleveland, he would Sfalsb below the two-thirds =esery to Insts him. Without the vote of I=dMn, h Mr. Whitney argued over to him Monday night, he would have d of the nomaination. MoUns. cocanaz's PRormer. as one supremely impressive thing in the ention was the protest of Mr. OOekraI, h closed the contest. a people d. the body of the haR aIn ib rims alike settled into absolute silence whea agn in a clear and ringing voice to -- a the attitude of New York. As great an ad to as Cockran in, as powerful as have ban y of his pleadings, he has never before led and will probably never. surpass the mene and power of his argument delivered he closing hours of this convention. The rates and the audience assembled had been ied by many hours of waiting and were in mt of all orating, but he held them by the r of his eloquence in perfect silence, &=ase k and admiration. less determined majority would have overcome and compelled AQ.-ed.' in submission under the lmebsus such' an appeal, but this =ndiensa ied to be impressed with the argument work of art, to study the orator as a marvel oquence and to listen as If the design of the ker was merely to give them an exhibation a mastery as an advocate. They yelled ad tion, but not conviction. a episode was almost tragically dramatic og the balloting which followed. It evident that a great majority of convention were in doubte as to the It. But the anti-Cleveland people knew re the rst state was called what the result 4 be in the beginning. Tax BALLoTING. weland made some hearty gains. Then after vote which his friends had counted onidently slipped away from him, and I the call was two-thirds over a who had never before had mbt of Cleveland's nomination were almost orate with anxiety. but in the end for every lost a gain was made in anither, and the whelming power of smooess swelled the rity after the danger point was passed. e failure of the attempt to make the vote mimons was not due to New York, but me not unexpeeted. ap - some of the lern democrats and silver men sympathis with the Farmers' Alliance had decided that would never permit.the nomination to be a Unanimous. . P. I. DECEIVING TUE WNWI. dred. Gathered Abet the Star OMle Last Night. a news from the convention in Chicago was eyed on a screen at Tan STA omoe last Ing. From early in the evening until earty morning there was an interested d reading the bulletins as they thrown upon the screen. Every g of importance that took place the great convention. hall was ashmed ithe screen within a few moments and crowd sbout Tnn Bran oU~ce was kept as pested as to the doings of the convention a people in Chicago. DISTEICT GOVEEEXENT. A BnnoaD EamIne, a Coamissioner's this aftirnood gave a Ie hearing to those person interested in ie bID tE29to establish the Washington and getown Terminal Railroad Company. A Reek Creek Park Deed. is morning the deed of C. H. uan con ag the Ingleld property-eventy-.one I Ies nine taken in the Rock Creek Park 195.060 to Chapin Brown and Joseph L. as, in trast for the syndiate, wastrecorded. A Eenies Daitys Vier. muoN, June 2.-The P.21 Me4a GeseS, neatinguspon the==e=an iof Mr. Grover halan by the Ansricam natiheal dsaoesais tothe noint- m iiMr =r by the republicns. In bde esse pprwae, profeesional pelcas and ploswere defeated. Tegood sens odfaith of the Anmerican electors eamed mest maen to be chose.. The am e asete. Dutler. a eolored boy drowned this morening has Ms~tled a Robert Batsr. emss etthe ?aiese-a-- sen. Ui hfl Mali eest. a Oad Dihe Gothe toe's eend r medisal treatmnt fhr pulmery die hhas.e paig he' 'winte at Abhae am, hke n--- private letterom L Te wae in hi apeudst -s hae Swniim,.o" '":. t bem idels ememi m. ede s.ml h wmmbei Quen-ho HOW THEYLIKE rT. ie e.Ne "ak aNMI T 1he 69164 *Ngs adbm sto ian. W I a e 11"Po"" Sa and It Iae et Mnn a"h-9e nbe aome ieu. Did, having bums .mnmonal I e, of meg, L a tehet Umft ame g ashe whmet I dwor with bi OR & I de nt "k thee mUsed be 1y d 1 ha womoML Iw , am~wm the i of 1a e eth. state spek fer hess, How aheetd th ed party? WI& Mr. aoenv.re -sin-- ao a"d party WE ase sme espemrlie beie oft th sver - Ths ea b ap -lee Is'fmng, s a~~~muo it = IZa a"e ) 6 ah aws at IM. gl ast h lithe 2stja rne 6* dttome..aain terefd st of umusttert the egio Meeiswi it.e o.- eet b, y d Mr. Cleveland' pe was Poed" t is ihere t.t. ster t au e of at (uofm MT nomlatios .. Mr. Granedbs baen themmatml n s eteenCie thn - hemdwt t.Nme mhm the dotherm e emanvr y lland his hme t arrtest htap edb ab wpey...a... - Indiferestm- at tdo Galassi or as. t do I.- hed e s.v -tis heha a..cd t'hee""fma.''e!'.*e. P in Mr . Geramaa wotaa wo ateI hae tion, ..n- that .a=.v maan~ ow i at wrye da coingh hat h y reiae ao jatios dest lamoer at teor, ind wth rewr tthe deih tesirit gonenodemcat o the thmoeiribe in Comiead frey haeos, hoe aser -or re loa, and wil declod are , thpte oser hIL Ast the third of Mr. is.etin enlma, wit n justid at do tebsions with oill tength.ag nsiderader of Norlamad his abt aoiny Thmat ee romed adme unaious The --oessto emmemaiteS and wth rerde ithne dlgt by Sp~imi gon or.m That wasus the exrtos the re NRomf r: fouriar, ;io riet t Te have.Mr. oweverien aot n.r to cheer ere that the. l"Te hpirit in Weothirngiart, I e eam wB mis aosmh wthr n uthiafos fuei voeuiorened Bewt . ~ ~ ~1 , -e- ....a .. imw otesrnr th. sa xrei fd r.ini aron f rar avianlo. Tha thise tv: The worsa pevetly ornet epas o a w elre that prthey h A ....sird hre i s f.*::;i: Neo.trys et tre uLari." Mr. aosir of Wed Vbgi. s this t i hee over the noeneo ma. ry rvetar. is Weai VindiniawY to The le's en. fl or c is nmratio and l a candidate a d wi so that Cpevelande Ilaca to ndo. beinam tM yend the fat at ba w e tone theran the fdat&"o dehmei of the forats be web p op ed He is natioryeeas be people and wilt showen ebecte fat 1 that roay were sll for h Tr." Mr. Brookshire at Indian as amo "The shouters. "Claveland will carry Indbd," he said, "mad New York tem The ms were for his nominato and will sa to lete I Bthat r veand will carry Indian athe e eAustralian ballot syst wi be used there, and the opportunity for Isbauch-4 cry of th franchise will be wi :d "t The stai is atorally democratic by , oed with a deose cm it Will go t way.c Mr LAwis of Mississippi was plased. "The sominmtion of Harris. ad (levami he Sad, wr two black eyu for 1h poeltehis Cleveland's noistion is especially a Vista,. for the People, and the people will ameteit got bae c lected" Both Mr. Forney and Mr. ahad of Call fornis wore of opinion hoat Cleveland's snnd nation meant en incre.e.d d.. sornaersvtioe in Alabalm" Mr. odligt of Ketucky eli: "He ib te a At mn a eobe baes nuated. He willrpoll a rerylarge d vlews deuocrain will Wref at leesat democracy.", h adron UL wol's AM Sentor Hill sfoned before 10 ome& ia morning in his ailag reom at the Agi.Mr. He bad bae up until nearly & olk hut. nes imposed apon him for ws ,hry Set althongh he made so pesneof =mua buncy.- -s comeser wremaum m ien is Ropubiona the ..os e ouesliosd to mm intreise uueR catised er the be sis hr. mut olid butermly 11c4ne i be inter thMHr. Dajsedthohena ate eed helhad thi tem hIia god feem TMhet=. ed te sur ay ad abee - A te or de neraise Cmreen s-s s aret asr. Creisvend ate (Mri. Mr.ss ..dtmlaf s h dm h ..pt...id.. .sthe n i u atm sat.e Ihaelasethig nm.u Mm bu and see of int in th Home -lae in and' eatreey wsell Mmsdorth w sihlim Mer . Diii and lvean uM ha ae Mr.es Geeses t.Nhogh Efmier met be ece byalre&niyads insyfo M Ceveln.dB pme-~ maes as thesa waer Knha an - ar . Th ab fteh4pyhdi nse, &I a ues 0c. T ::h w a ..... . i b. n~shamase.meem 15 mm11 Ss a ' a. *imen.e a uy ma -ee--m 1eU senn. -v-'eo-re._b m~ M. Ul me- C. . a. teie~g 31 L1J.a. .... ... ... . Mt.m. W m b1 Phi Ni. N Mi - ent 117wfumend a. ,- ne as see. s. ie .. bM. - ame. i. a%1. feud ar. U Q"=Dfin.31.-nee otUe o eameinmsm Ut a A an et 41 Wnn -m food ga es B, .su c - a Wa arro. M . - mee. AMta imto ar MiEtcnIE||Cd||||"".1 .t .- "eed. Daphet -i. Weoc i n t meUve, I e ma -SKaO M, umrra" "491 vi 1. -s . teMae& ,1 M. - Oned. t. u. no -est a de m --a ta v s Or 111 bid.5 - Gae rAaa Am e ra M . "t. 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Cadm.ior.4 ab r C sea . Itwa P di ered haOtthes 7ey =an te r n=w nd Tue I*,e00 bidh M was ined wblargle bama ru. te kd. he Tlant. I5 148ed Waium as uot t. Sakeed d r mad Ne Pot c i Nok* Vult~. atetn. ?H meseadopte to en ar the arnreofeipT hif nrtereovry o then.ney., =S Iene No. S red. n wied - --r""y r.M as &et a , aL eC, hae d b C06. not" is i eo el faA sa sdere arny.-SU" l Vi. .T eeaus er-mTsani la niy ltur orn r T - pam iased thes 0e;ew lens , Jul. 2. 3ene mied.y was aeen-U .e.ei..te. . em ".ru|. 11'.1 '"elC ; miescm 'h=31 uhs baeen coaatbytegUnie. OROW sot eI m Uifte& p "no 0e m. a Ib m" .ea n eard fr IsA emptur er-% Snomtisw ees&Mledt hisaft ern . 1*nN. .aie we er B .raa esieat 8 1501 bael.; 3a 11.410~w e huh Is aede ha . d as spo. 9% eM aer 2ems '1 eMes, beew. rn frkgt du r, b i Idwi fl . aers has adensi e i ena i 95- O saw -SS mi..g ahOm ab I 1=6n IN 8 ae. md me ma Hg g eSterd he acer .f hee-s Wfte bmIts So cm and Ibibert le LM No. 1gaed mower.n Mce swied rm w Qaks Qn ehct ht Qhe for. I. .= ga oe Mdurls.etoem c tat Em Is "a, a aen tMe AeT bmaed notu wina e"pe r ta ast erooumvn tWN=e Wansere tha t mess etsO ab monestoaotW n hai we ui eudmt a the a OEM dhasuI yue fte sxs. e bcbeen in th cite ' reGae . itam isn ver asa . no-a.. vne mnes mdeen besammeegro hessi ice edopd amImawmi thecret ethe I hoyien d t doevnspy o te se . t f - meaNO t wIT emoawe U--d -humrda ia the ankeng bad th wr. Ryanr a nt as . am h er ee ill befts. 7%k news gave eauside1 ng- t *9 "Uw th in 5. 3pm, aahi h AS& in e am, JuW a". puts sapper eln uiam iTusda bum<.I~mi WEI msMOa 2 di. enban i p dn I. CONGRESS TODAY is irnt mo a od Ddal BRIEF HOUSE SESSION. Did Not Tast More Than Tfa Minutes. s WE SA1@1. ra 40 Uceste toay the ..ud..at .t Me, MAsh (. L5 Sr his smatnlid trm. begfi ag Mareh 4. 4L S, were pveented and mn. c. main eo Mr. Hawley (Conn.) 6te BEar I approprinting *".an for the ped-ow o erm- setate was p nom foBowing bills were ae pasmed: Bom bill. spAmetarv to he art 4C Ort% r t, mes. to ser to the Cert at thmia te a ela-ms of the sahawmnee and leetaiu di1am and the reedmeen of the tierkee 11 m. Eomm bE te amn i.e he meSIeneW mg etrn Radread Cempany to eansect a eed ad through the Me loomome idimeires mn in Wieronuda. Boure biB to peeride the times ail plae. at ding the terams of court in Idaho and Wy fg was pamedm with .med..m.t. WAd em rmme appointed. ltr&na&ca CAaL Mr. Morga i Ala.) took omrmmo at to Imp. 3dution by him of a resolutia for prisiag ditiomal dopia. of the report ofthe commite foreign relations ur the Nicaragua eanal to 11e mim reaseihe an the vub}wt I tru much gratiied. he gall, at this qae'etkna had taken a s ctimi aspect and that both sationema com "l had pedged their parti. to co.mtre e canal. He cjmngralatel burndetf and the entry on thia, and added that the coMwte foreign Iedetioms woult not repurt its bff ati after the lectiee ill Novemlier. Mr. Frye (Me.) took exoeptiom to the m arks of Mr. Morgan. He amid the repulthema 6rty memnt something when it adopted the ema al plank in it. aatio latform, draevoeotic l.arty meant ting. The resolution was referred to the ceumnilee serinting. 3Mr. Peffer eriticiard the reemark nd-- by the retary of the Trenuert timoe redultion call g for a statement of the eurreney nsvned tdnwv 61, and stated that it was in no aenat &a saer tdthegqimestiom contained n the rio. After the reading of the journal Mr. Me ilhis (Ten.) moved that when the Rooe ad rmed today it be to mcet am Natarday. Mr. Watrmo (.) raised the point of as lorun and the Boon adjourned until tomar W. SEXATU5 MILL OSATaIgo Sme Egwmen Appereteateen ee te L.aet eg #te NOw Toamehe. It was nearly I o'clott Sodar before Pe4ter ill appeared in his eat in the Semate chemer. aere was agthing on his appearance or amm r to indicate that he was suferiug y scute p.nge of disppointmaent. His emplexion wae. perhaps, a shade more pole an it has been of Ilae. but that might be emedl count.d for by the feet that he was ap ao ylight this moruing and that the 6p he got in the tiuiig aftme. ere later was not of a refrething larater. he Senator was dreed in tme ny suit he hae. worn of late. and after Imhiag b seat in the chamber chatted plkasantly Wilk a neighborm To a newspaper man who s=w him few an in ont the Lienatotir decline-d to say anything fur er than that he felt deeply qrateful for the yal mainer in which the V@Pw I ork delegtio the 'hieg ~conmention had steeod by him. e appreciated their loyalty and devotioun to a fallest. Two Mge Seal EA-so rnkea. Mr. Tomas I. Brouka has just compuletel e eaie of lots fraun 69 to 103 in sensare low, 8 reet between Ith and 14th street anortheast, r Meare. Tomas Kirby and Isadore Mita, se conaideration of the male being #51.16.71 him is one of the largest real rotate transee mns in Northiat Wshiugton property which is been muade thiA vear. Jacob Jones sold istereda to Arumat Nad art & Co. ten l nvnaes om crnew Kenemaw nec and 14th str-Act unrt weqt for WU his blok is one of the fliest on the hill. WeaanttaurAt by t0me Peet, t. The Preident sent to the teferk today thetal wing nomainatiOns: First Lient. Frank E. Hobbs, erdao-e- de irtmeut, to be captain. Second Lient. JIM. MitcheN. fteeth in uttry, to w firet lieutenant. Bevenue cutter sreice-Recnd Amisataat agineer Andrew J. Howisoa to be rSt am itant engineer. ChaIn. A. McAlbster of New Tork and Cina; . Eareow of Maryland to be secnd sadismt me or th Tesam-ere. The fo!Ile.yg wore the teamperatures at ithe ice of thi seather bureau todlay: S e~m., I1e p.m.. 02; aiam. 3: minimum. 7. Tot L aann.INE. boest renmeed for roughnsea a, bnee spots. innert boils. eltsiees itc-hing once. Unaequaled for the aurey. Ak for aist Ianelina. WAttSIEt. EEft~rnUa-or.Dannrwow. Eta Weetee r. Jame !~ i. htb- a7 1. Um-le neT. n~t"iJ.."'"=ledW J1ur dsaumerefJui 4esbeu , emm 133. tlnden metmu ieS tes nte erasl w sa. .... ""'"tde* ...e "''''KULI. -g '-a.ma Cu ~ dsuing Ootemena Oh~m~rse ssi~~tos as