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Byrsp o FigW is take; it is ple0s. Sandefrehngtthe aned asuagenlyyet promptlyoft theid ueyuLiverand Bowel% cleansesthe iatmeffectually, dispels co*d h ese an ever,ancsshb jtmal constipation. Syrup of ige s the only remedy of its kind ever Produced, pleasing to the taste and aceptable to the stomach, p 6 in its action and truly be cieal a its effecta prepard only from the most healthy and agreeable sub. stanmite many excellent qualities commend it to all and have made it the most p lar remedy known. Byrup of I for sale in 60e. and 8 bottles ya leading druggia. Any reliable druggist who uay not have it on band will procure It womptly for any one who Wiseh to 1b' Do a&ac.pg any suistitas LJFORUMIA FG SriUP CQ #aAr. u. Ns 'CaR. lEANSATISMA. PRRE f 160f. LAROCHE'S INYIORATING TONIC, mNWA"EMIG * rnvian Barka Pure Cataa in meow i~c~b~11.3 LOSS f APPETTEs FEVER aM AGUE; MALARIA,NEURALGIA and INDIGESTION. A*s.a . MuS Maue Wremimis thAin of feide n 1. mob" 3 Lareh. o macsthe dour* So ne ujkvnee L FOUSERA & CO.* Aent fir L. S so wfesb Wiflmw sreou j N.. IEW WIL W"I_~ 7 CARLOI SHIRD, RESS SHIRLD, SALES 15.00 PAIS A DAY. CAFIELD Z3KUM C06 5Ka rong Lran. px. RAM3Un mAc. was 3=.xa i n wa~hnisa f aewiar e Corre4 GOAL anNANT LH. CBARLEs E.t.e as. ta ..., V. SKATON PEN LA00 bMD aase AUTKFOL1S RUOEDUCEDOINT sea ins carwv ax n, ADwSS n o3m.ea.. sMla. aumen .. reUa3INO TAM gwATVZS. Now the *ortme me S e As m g ne maved by krwfen Waerham. "Ar ye paati' lelm Ssses?" The inquirer war astanger, andhe addeume bib query to a man who was about to climb over the fenes whish surreande Grrn's struggling Indian ad freitersman es the as ret of the CapitoL Per sens wes pa tU -a hare bem hard as work removing from themble grap es sech eie tof ls etern perso 0 ithm whieh previsem m t . .had e...ittedt ledge theren. Undred et leebse-eM and pase-by have wanted to kew how do statues were beg made whita. Were *y being painted? Was the Irte- bing cut away? Was mid being ned? Net seelaa thaf erd qutesioer -n accurately. That was neiter pmling a cutinor .cidreat. Many years ago these s temstog 4a a nsow=a smiok hUA, and e wee beated with a compound the them a unathee ofosweseadaS het efstienl hahstembed van =*==m-= wet nar= "Not a line of the marbe is dagd," mid one of the restores to a ltan repOrter who had elimbed up alongside of him to s how the "W ththse little tooks"M Ovse or fer varieties of iamll steal t "We off this deposit, which auses, in mot Is, the don. it Is aim a Amoidust and rain. Is ogdi h emesurfaes and isaotoe-itet ae tch thick. Occasiemally," and he orned conversation while he scred a row streak of derhesn of one aT the 'IMen'. ex bty;:u walutce that hi a so in the tI"e of a grment, where and smeister. asemmuitst. AD fore matter is seonped af, and when that had been lhorou~y done the surface is eareftlly sa Thesmarble . is not in the sli t degree; look at the -nset Hm and nd a seratch if ye can. Lots of people hmagina we are doing the u ~ in suyad Rmcm h oes con ineto thin soeve r we have epiimd the method to thum." ownmen OUPS aaNne caasaNU. These seme two workmen cleaned the Persia group of Columbus and the- semi-nude female, who is apparently watching to see what sort of eurve the Genoese discoverer Is going to gv the 0:b=s.Bhe he hols in bis malm. Perucos auxof "Peace" ad ' ," focatd in the giches singide theestern doo way, hase also been sommewhat renovated. Just now they all have a decidedly new and pleasing Aptwawbe a couple al Areitect Clark's artisans will give George Walington's marble image-the big Ore-nanih tate an the @est front-. good serubbing. It ees no scrap ing, became it escaped the id trestment, and Is therefore anenable to bristles and ap. JORN A. nAWLINS POT. It Wfm a mandssee Silk Flag in Campe lue With Other roes. Some time ago George W. Rich, the shoe man, offered a prize of a handome ilk tag. 616X, to be given to the Grand Army Pest which should be dectared by the votes et to be the most popular. A good deaW of interest was token In We content, which closed lest evening. A comintes, osOing of W. . Lowdermilk of Post 5, Chas. 0. Books of Post 10 and J. E. Do John, senler vice ecm=aer of Post 1, counted the votes end found that John A. Rawling Poet, No. 1, had reeIved the highest number of votes and was therefore entitled to the The votes cast for No. 1 were 706. This pst is the oldesia the Dis trict. Thollowing in thi cty received votes: Kit Carson P No. 2; Lamola Post, No. 3; O. P. Norton No. 4; Geo. G. Mesd Post. No. 5; John P. ad POst, No. 6; James A. Garfield Post, NoT; A. I. Burnalds Post. No. 8: Chas. Sunn Pest, No. 9; D. Der ragut Post. No. 10; Chas. P. Stone Post, No. 11t U. . Grant Post, No. 12; John A. IAgan Post, No. 18; Phil . Sheridman Pest, No. 14; Geo. I. Thomas Poet, No. 16; W. T. Sherman Post, No. 16. XASS MWETING AT SNOOE-LAND. The Prtet te Eree a man Takes DesSMww Shape-An Organizaion Eeted. There was quite a large gathering of the alti oe of Brookland and vicinity at University station last night, and s aresult the eBrklmad Hall Association became an secomlished fact Mr. Thos. C. Crmack called the amsbsge to order and Dr. J. H. Brooks wasmade tempoary chairoman, with Mr. D. M. Wood as secretary. The object of the meeting was explained to be the forWtion of an association for the purpose of par-asing ground and erecting thereon a building that shall eontain a commodious hall. It is proposed to have two or more stores upon the ground Boor and the hall above, and pod bly there may be lodge rooms also. A coemit tee consisting of Mesre. Barton, Hetfield Craven rted a constitution, which, a considerab discussion and ame radealanasend ments was adopted. The' following ocers were then elected: Prosdent, Thus. 0. Carmack; vice psint, J. . Brooks; secretry, D. N. Wo; treasurer, F. A. Holtos; trustees, Harry Darton and F. B. McCormick. The sabsertptions to the stock wrs vary lively and the -re st interest wa manifested by all present an the project. In the disemass the rapid growth of that section of the Distuict and its inereasing nlation were referredto and the need of a C ~== much as is peos was made mmnlianifest. Thenu erpr ineetthe moveament. - A cnoemittee cossigof Nm.r. ar ton. P.3R. McCoramick, JonCraven, Hatfield and Dr. Prank T. Hpwe uas appointed to go over the constItution ad seggest such amendments as mih seemadesirablean at the next metn. The foling to censider and examine a site and pbeashtr the M .P.sArm strong, L S. Deluge and Max Woedward. Deoth et Mra. Masseret Wylie. Mrs. Margaret Wylie died early tid morning at the residence of her s-im-haw, Mr. A. W. Puntland, 188S 13th street. In the cuse et a few weeks she would have completed hereighty eighth year. In spite of her advanced years Mrs. Wylie maintolned almost up to the las the vigor and violywhish e eshibited in seob a remmarhable dereduring her lila. Dur ing the pest winter shhd an attach of sck sams, froms which she recovered jiowl. She was ,ato leave the city for the m=m--, as be cuestom, when she was taee with the sickness which prved to be fatoL. Mre. Wylie was t-daghter of 3ev. John Buck. who was oe ot the lrst mhsters et the Covenanter Churek to msee in Ptng where Mrs. Wylie wem born, ilke was the eldest of a tasiy, the only serwvcr now being the ef Ge.. Thee. J. ana U. lb. A. She uas twice amarried, her lrst kusband being Bev. 0. T. wna amdster of the Covenantor Church in Lededer, Ire band. She sbsquemtly amarried Rev. Sme Wylie, who was shme a minnter.. et the Cvementer Church and had a charge in conyDl., where Mr.. Wylie Meed untl athtl her husband, whemas re maoved to this city. She had eaytwo child,.., Krs. A. W. Pentland and Mrs. NA. McBride. beth of whome servive her. She was a wornm of streag character and of decided reailie cnvico and gave liberally of her ses to srvices wil bhid at the resi dene en Keuday afternoon. Rev. Mr. Msese, the asitnt pastor of the Piret Psetbytwian Church, will ejciste, ..tested Rev. Mr. MeLies. Ths tnterameat willbe in is ug nev. Mr. Urs'us Chamese f uty. ths Bev.David Barr hesresigned the p-ma ot lra sist emt minsr in BEpphear parts, Washiagtom, and by appdimet ot Buhep Peret hs heeie -aen aniemy sar asg disesam et Maryand. Mr. 3rr'. ueiissemS be e thp~ in Wsm a ut L 6. so Oemas Cr Jng d. AMad he mi 3 am Resm homeiems po ei y esip.-deh j &. 3eaian. asa, Asse*a' ees bm r4s tesehi ams. No M3pms idi A b poteetem for LAdC sesm anm d1 g lase seaQ et9Q 880e T1 NmTrWT3gNEWKATS. Sase Babte fays the ?egem4 Pasty cams sry Tahem. mansT I an wcamrase or cr.m".am, seurras Tsat, an erV-asos Oo T 1.Sn = TEAT 91010M. 9=ter Eyle -- seth Dahetbacuin ypte a' nran est the eople's party .ii anid wemM marry Idabe in the presidestial elen. &awtr Dubsis.f Idah a"m it cannot and will net Beaster yle is a people's pty sma. lmear Dbekl is esepabllaa. "Te third pasty," add Seamer Duboes to a Uisa reporter this afarneon, "cannot carry Idaho, ad I think their Inability extends to -oln Nevada, the new staie ad the Pb4fe eset, It is true that there We@ a strong teAdeacy toward a third party before te Chi eago cenveation nominaed Cleveland, but it nlshed when that balot was taken. Our people know perfeefly we that If the trd pwlWcarr anyw of %th blican states it thw the elction % President into the of I atives. They know per ecimweth t Bome of epro and nt oneto be elected this lwiB de who shall be ieeff itis left to the iion of Congress. know that the democras control two-thirds of the states in Coagress and that Clevehend would be 08sted. wO'? TAim ANY eUmoma am e Ls.a~ma. "People who live in the section I indlated will not take any chan-e on the eisetion of Cleveland. No one ever injured the west more th1n he did. During his adminstration our mail fadlitles were curtailed in every direction and every clie. out there knows It through bitter eperleae The country was growi with we dity,and Its needs , butthe ervie was kept in a crip eandition until Mr. Harrison came into power ay theserice is being pumhed to a pass wich ias nearly as possible eqal to our nmeonal grow. WAMsS EASs IMUsIsr ODROU. "There ep many other reasons why we should remember Cleveland. HI commissioner of the general land ode-Sparks--reudered himself edious. He agrtd that ak the settlers on publie lands were thieves; he also undertook to make them po the contrary. He had his speelal scattered throughout that region spying u settlers and arresting them for *verynal violation of the law which small me could onjure up. He refused to issue patents to lands and in hundreds of way. har amed the poor and bons Ade settlers, makng even their lives burdensome. He was evidently carryim out the polley of his chief and I am surn tha our people will have no more of such an administration. TSM TO 1yT LAD ON TRE FrZZ LIsT. "The demiocratic party under Cleveland at tempted to put lead on the free list; the present House has contfiued that policy and has en deavored to carry it out by specific legislation. There is no question in which the people of iambo and Colorado are more deeply Interested than this. "Another matter will weigh heavily. Notwith standing the fact that Oleveland was elected on a platform which pledged him to appoint offi cers for the various territories from among the residents of the respective territories he utterly Sred the pledges of his party and sent for oMce holders-politicia who had been disappointed at home-to govern the territo ris. The new states were all in a territorial condition under him and they have not forgot ten his breach of faith. =AInNSSO RAS oivEN TEEM NoME BULS. "President Harrison, on the contrary, has lived up to the spirit and letter of this plank in his party platform; he gave all the territories unadulterated 'home rule.' This may be a sentimental matter, but it Is powerful with the voter. The other reasons are material and re cent. In my judgment they render it impossi his ftr either democrats or third party men to take ay of the states I have Jeferred to out of the republican column. "President Harrison has disappointed some of the Senators and Bepresentatives from that section and has made some appointments which, in my j-dg-et, he should not have made. His whole polc y, however, has been such as to ommand the respect and support of our &e. They belive that their best interests he more carefully looked after under his ad ministration than under that of any President for many year.." TUE FINN LAST NIGHT. Two Firemen Badly Injured by the San at a Ladder. The alarm from box 212. between 10 and 11 o'clock last night, was caused by a ire in Mr. J. P. V. Bitter's tour and feed store, 1821 7th street northwest. The fire originated in the warehouse, in the rear,fllled with hay and feed, and is supposed to have been caused by boys Aring fireworks in the alley. Engines 6, 7 and I and truck B responded and a special alarm brought out engines 2 and 5 and truck A. The Are was soon gten under control, but not until a loss of 0500 had been sustained by Mr. Bitter, par Wigy covered by insurance. While fighting the Ire from an extension ladder in the rear the ladder broke, precipitating Firemen O'Brien, Martin and Warren to the ground, a distance of thirty feet. Warren was but slightly injured, but O'Brien and Martin were seriously hurt, O Brien's injuries being internal. The amn were removed to engine house No. 7,where their wounds were dressed. This morning they ikatCifLowe weainulyIjud inth fee by talling glass. Gratefl Rleea Scientists. The ecretary of the Smithsonian Institution has received a communicain from Russia, as Sr. Pzassno, May 81, 1892. Rusin Physioo-Chemical Socety To the Szaithesnian Institution at Washington: The niversal science reposes on the brother hood of nations The United States of America Ia sdigbread to the Russa-n people in time of scriyand need gave the most affecting in Stenee eiths feeling. The Russian chem ists who devote themselves to the service of avermsaenen at their meeting of the 7-19th ct May dsclded to ski their brethren of the BamIthsonian Institute to transmit the expres jms o their eincere thanks to all persons or institutions who contributed to the funillment ot this brotherly aid. (Signed) D. NewDmr.ar, Prealdent. D. Koaowasow, Secretary. The original oommsunication Is in Russian a but a espy et it In English wee forwarded Gee to Buema Vista. A party of journalst., representing Boston, Naw York, Washington, Philadelphia, Balti more and other citie., left Washington in a speelal train this afternoon in charge of Passen ger Agent. Parks and Griswold of the Pennsyl san and Westen Maryland syatenms respect ively, en route to the Buena Vista Spring BeeX, where they will spend the Fourth et-Julan uetCol.W.. Paige, the man agm r tho tel. The details of the arrne samta for the entertainment et the visitses are in the had of Col. McGaw, presient of the Bes Vista Bpin otel Company. The party leeknded Mr. RoetA. Parke and family, Mr. and Mrs. P. V. DeGraw and seo Mr.. A. P. Steward and son, Mr. and Mrs. N. LWest.Mr. and Mrs. JeaLoR. Y Maj. and Mr.Jh Onemoeand daughter, r. and Mrs. D.P.Bry Mr. and Mrs. 1.0O. Donnell, Mr. C. H.B. ry Mr. and Mrs. A. Maurice Low. Mr. and~ N. 3. K aobrland, Mr. end MIrs. N. BK Grin weld, Mr. ad Mr.. 0.0O. Steelsy, Mr. B. N. larner and sister, Dr. George 0. GlavIs, Mr. Sutt Agas the Dietreet. JM 3. Dwysr hes fled a suit apaint the 3Satr to remover 92600 .smg for ineis e prcpsty 868 Sib street seathes in July, wE hieh resed from the an.-ma-t aeow see abeese hehed up with muse dersadwater to everlev ad dmg The Sun.*r-- Camb wE give aese et dQU -eqs - putQeime - cig ocisak. The t L RICH1AND OV30AClim VDRA21. .As I1%saug-1m 1Ut. -he ftse a#med Eet. i"s fneowinge....aieat.e- was recivel by the Commiser today ad forwarded to Bemeer Asa Gestlmen: Prom teonlomed paper ontain ing am article ftem T=n Etrnrnr Stan, you will read at the reined of mevena of the primei pal city hospias to admita highly respected oitisen, a I"d of unise, becmse he was suffer fng fhow diphthria that Snaly, having boom denied sammmion atthe Geraid, Prevmence and reedma ' Hospits thoegh his friends who carried the s mk san around in a hack offred Mya amount mousy, he woa, pon the order of You health oeer, sent to te eMau Slbompital, -place so wretched and with so attandenee that his fuid., having at lest found admisd-n at the Freedman's Hoe Vital, removed him to the lattr when poor Bichard GumdMO& at last found a Place to-ft. Conidering that thin happened at the capital of thi great nation I deem it of the highes Imporiaeir that you should investgate thin sorrowful alsr, and if necessary direct the at isntio at Comai to ftrw hgclation. Th ertanl ab d be samse hosi w diessofa d kind would Aad treat men, for ther Is but HiSU# do t t it Mr. Gundimb had not been so erusy sent fresa to and proper attendance had been hm he naght, being young and strong. have recovered. I am most respectfuly yours, Louts 8Soma. DISTRICT TELEPRONX BERvIcE. It Will Mave to Be Greatly Redueed on - Account er the Small Appropriatte. Superintendent Miles of the telegraph and telephone service of the District of Columbia has written a letter to the Commissioners call ing attention to the fact that if it be true that the appropriation for the support of is branch of the public service is only 08,000 a large re trenchment will hakve to be made in telephone rents to meet other more Important expenses of the department. He suggests In this emergency that twenty-four school tels phones and the one at the Emer gency Hospital and at St. Elizabeth's Asylum be discontinued and that the exchange telephones now in use. except the one in his ofce, either be discontinued or the rentals be charged to and paid for by the seapective de pertients in which service Is rendered. If this is done the department will save $1,240. He calls attention othe fact that his department also pays o00 per annum for exchange service, the justice of which he has never been able to am, since the telephone company has the free use of the District wires for similar service. He does not think this amount should In the future be paid. He further states that without some such reduction he will be unable to maintain an efficient service. Quite a num ber of old decayed poles will have to be re placed with new ones or the lines will g6 down, and even with this reduction of rentals only the most urgent of the needed repairs will be possible. WHERE COOLING BREEZES BLOW. Information to Washingtonians as to Where to Spend the Summer. In a delightful section of Atlantic City is lo cated The Pavonia. Circulars will be sent to those writing to M. 0. Keefe. A limited number of persons can secure ac commodations at Clifton Cottage, opposite the grvBerkele Sprs W.V.MisE The Hotel Albion at Atlantic City, N. J., has accommodations for 850 guests. It is only a three-minute walk from the hotel to the bath ing ground. The proprietor, Gustav A. Knob lauch, will furnish information. The Fort William Henry Hotel at Luke George, N. Y., has an established reputation. The comfort of the guests is carefully looked after and the hotel has every modern conveni ence and luxury. A special rate is given to families. Illustrated souvenirs can be obtained from William Noble, owner and proprietor. The Mansion Hotel at Atlantic City, N. J.. is open all the year, and the summer equipment is, therefore, not merely temporary. The house is roomy and an orchestra supplies music each day. The proprietor is Charles McGiado. Beautiful seenery, mountain air and the waters of the hot and healing springs of Vir ginia are tome of the attractions which are pro vided at the now and commodious hotels which are on the stew branch of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad. For further information ad dress W. H. Leland, manager, "Homestead," Hot Springs, Bath county, Va., or J.0. ftin son & Son, managers, Healing Springs, Bath county, Va. Near the ocean and railroads in Atlantic City is the Hotel lioyal. There are large lawns and hes. The proprietor is E. L. Johnson, who wel known here as the proprietor of the Hotel Johnson of this city. The Ocean Pathway nearest the sea at Ocean Grove, N. J., is the location of the New Phila delphia, a house which is conducted by Mrs. T. B. Hunter. The guests are supplied with every facility which makes life at the seashore pleas ant and delightful. The Hotel Spray View, Ocean Grove N. J.. has been thoroughly renovated and supplied with all the modern improvements, making it one of the desirable houses at Ocean Grove. It is directly on the beach and is made a select family hotel. Address Joseph L. White, pro prietor. Mrs. W. G. Justice will conduct the Hotel St. Claire at Asbury Park, New Xeruey, this season. It is situsted at No. 203 2d avenue, but 600 feet from the beach, and will be open until Octo teber 1. River Springs, St. Mary's county, Maryland, is a pleasant river resort, within easy access of the city, the proprietors, R. P. Blackistone, M. D. S on, meeting every boat. The location is excellent, promoting both health and pleas tire. Past office address, River Springs. St. Mary's county, Md. Orkney Springs and baths, Shenandoah county, Virginia, will this season be under erofuHotel, Baltimore d r Eugene F. Cordell, also of Baltimore, will be the resident physician. This well-known and popular resort is one long established and one of the most delightful In the state. The Hotel Rosiore, Atlantic City, N. J., possesse a location unsurpassed, and is au plied with all the conveniences moat deirab~ at a seaside resort. The house will be con ducted this season by Mr. Charles A. Doyle, steward of the House of Representatives. Manager G. E:Noland of the Hotel Tolebes ter, Tolchester Beach, Md., announces that his house in now open for the season. The house has been newl furnished throughout and its rnsma ve good4 n atwae daily. _______ THAT EXPREBB ROBBERY. Young Eyan n'ms*es Back Here Tommemaei or Next Day'. .YoungfRyan, the clerk of the U. S. Expres Company, charged with the esabasslemsant of $45,000 from the company on the 21st of last month, is expected in the oity in charge of Detective Burns of the company tomorrow or nest day. They will stop over In Pittsburg in order to obtain the mousy deposited there by Ryan. As soon as that is accomplished they will continue their journey to this city. As Ilyan ham bean indicted he will not appear In the PolIce Court, but upon his arrival here will be delivered Into the cujstody of Marshal baedl, h will at mon lac him i .1 It Is thogh Ryan wi oer no defouse other than that. toward elsmmmecy, it being understood that hedoes not deny the charge and that he has enpressed hmelf as blper feotly willing to do aB tn his power toth eosapany In recovering the mouey. The etmest oer the will et the late ARen Meraa., to whisk. eanest wa id by the deughter, Mas. Anna Coopper, whish has bess before a Jauey is the Gesult Cane for seveal bye me virtay endd tda by Ja5 Umeesset deiag that he weald toelsuss hdm&madse - __ astsm - a bthe mnasss (theggg 40Osedes q n Mam a o ea msW. ama s' s U mA Emm Sigh the eltisses of Georgetoaawnse mre esngregated at do he r the iDel Ca *ropdtv B110111ing Assocation and oesedi Gal & late hour mneasueS of general IntIeI. A oag nhare of the time was em-me inthe diseamn of the late --..a-t, it h t asMr. Mam e id a o lissa the WsBabut of thebol Dbfts iwere comp t, h e suggested at the en mitt"e n arrange for the holding ao mon me g, to which all rt holders in the capital be invi e was prI ed the coamittee instructed msord . Th people in a ames, it was Ned at~ 0 last bae a Rodefed tis n ng of the bill now ber CAngresruvIPh for the reduetion of the rate of un. Mr. Bottler, en railroads, reported that had it not been for the silent oppoeltion ofeed 11s Monday by the Pennsylvania Railroad Con the Is sno doubt but that the bill of the ad Western railroad allowing an entry Into Georgetown wouldhave passed. In retais tion Mr. Bottler, in no-operation with certsta Wahipngtop Merchants, made a oon that the people of Gereow0ldg0hm salves to In no way patrie the ylvania road. Mr. Pickling thought that such an a tion would be unwise, as it would only serve to still more antagonize the two ccmjeziss while It would neither materially injure ofender nor assist the Norfolk and Western. He thought that on the next District day the bill In question would be favorably con mrd. The N. and W. mAn rs have informed the edt izena of town that unlas they can enter George town over their own road absolutely they will abandon the project entirely. Mr. Boteler then submitted resolutions which severely censured the managers of the Chesa peake and Ohio canal for the Issuing of the or derby which all the mill. In Georgetown but one were closed down and several hundred men thrown out of employment. He sugsted that the secrets be requested to tran t copise of the resolu t-ns to the Commissioners, the chairman of the House and the chairman of the Senate committees. The Georgetown Terminal ralway, which is now seeking the right to lay a double track on K street from Georgetown to the Eastern branch and the power to condemn wharf property for the purpose of constructing ,ier &c., was warmly discuseed. It was th t by many present that the Pennsylvaniar had a hidden hand in the scheme and was only kin another dodge to get sole possession of the railroad Interests of West Washington. The committee in charge of such matters were re quested to investigate the alleged scheme and report at the next meeting. Mr. Geo. W. King thought it wise that the committee be also instructed to look into the proposed bridging of the Potomac for railroad purposes between the present Aqueduct and ng bridges and to oppose all ruch projects as ones seriously detrimenial to the shipping in terests of Georgetown. The permanent eom mittee of fifteen were requested to take charge of the matter. Committee chairmen were appointed as fol lows: On streets and sewers, John Marbury; hock creek, 8. E. Wheatley; wharves and har bors, John E. Libbey; cemeteries and sanitary, Dr. J. H, Yarnall; water and gas, John Leetch; taxes, T. L. Cropley; busines. interests, Archi bald Greenlees. THE OLD PRESBTTERIAN CENETEnT. Undertaker Birch yesterday removed from the old Presbyterian graveyard the remains of four members of the Sothern family. Leesburg, Va., will be the place of reinterment. Orders for removals are coming in on the sexton thick and fast. There are yet remaining in the place the bodies of many who though in life were prominent are in death forgotten. xiR. j. F. E. PRUD'to XME'S VNECRAr. On Wednesday afternoon, at his late home on P street, funeral services were held over the remains of Mr. John F. E. Prud'homime. Rev W S. 0. Thomas of the Gay Street Baptist Churdh officiated and many touching tributes were paid the veteran engraver. Officials of the bureau of engraving and printing, representatives of other departments of the government and a host of friends were present. At 10 o'clock yesterday morning the body was privately re moved to Oak Hill, where the interment took Place. A sUCcEssrUL LAWN PARST. On the ground-i about St. Alban's Church a lawn party was given on Wednesday evening for the benefit of the rectory. Daintily set tables and many colored lanterns made the scene a pretty one, while the volunteer waitresses, by their mere presence,caused the church coffers to swell to overlowing. AlD who attended the party derived the utmost pleasure from it. THE NKW 0. A. R. PoeT. At the last meeting of the Georgetown Post of the 0. A. R. complete organization was af fected and a number of new soldiers enrolled their names as members. On next Tuesday evening at Curtis' Hall another meeting takes place. "EPAIRs NEEDED. The resident. on Congress street between 0 and P complain that the asphalt blocks with which the roadway is paved have so settled that large pools of water collect after every rain and render the street objectionable to those pede. trians who are forced to cross. NoTEs. The Donovan property on the west side of High stree, above R and running through to 83d was yesterday sold by Thomas Dowling to Mary A. Harrington. The price brought was 01.05 a foot. . The deed from W. A. McKenney et a.. trust ees, conveying to Ida L Fenton et al. parts of lots 183 and 184 in Beatty and Hawkins' addi tion, went on record Thursday. The property fronts forty feet on High street. Six t&ousnd one hundred and ffy dollars is the considera tion named. The time and fire alarm bell on Christ Church Is sadly out of order, striking improperly on every hsour. The bell is causing the people in the neighborhood considerable nnoyance. Mr. Wmn. Heider of Tenleytown is still con fined to his home with throat diseese. The Connecticut arenue electric road lsevery hour approaching nearer to completion, a great swarm of men being employed on the work daily. Yesterday Thomas Dowling. auctioneer, eold the home of the late Mrs. Mary Thoms, No. 2005 Prospoct avenue. The property has a fronte of 60 feet by adepth of 120, and is i oeby a threory brick. The priose rot was 010,000, about @1.28 per foot. Mr. Denis Horrigan of P street, a gentleman well and favorably known, is lying at the point of death. Miss Agnes Gibbons left this morning for Brooklyn, N.Y., where she will ma~ke an lnde nite stay. The Salamagundi Camping Club of this plae will shortly leave forColonial Bach tospn their annual outing. Mr. David Renlswifl go down in a few days to select a sutheanp Ing ground. The member, of the club are Messrs. Charles Littlefield, Edward Smilth.Gen. Gleger, David Reynolds and Dennis Sweeney. AT THUE!RVER FRONT. ARRIVED. Darge Consolidati on No. 101. Cumnberhnd. Capt. nen-bser, froa Camberland with 135 tems et seal. Sehooner Mary E. Densty. Aismadinia. Vs., Behooer Mary Catherine. Alendris.Va..Ctpt. La drew Pouier.to Agata ereek to lead weed or thiapert. Sloop yacht Aittle Emly. Capt. l'attermn te Oglnatal ahand St. *esg Islatnpesueas DUN. uckem 1s Carter. Geagetewn naasa Mary Annems., am..~ Cea Edel Mnae A baeier ames entahesy mmismea enm. Mstbaeripasl heinabs'.Th gensbtet Anabr sta s e eto esmiaaiia a heme Wha-s~m a mR-Mease annm arn f wam. T ms s ". ..m e m so femere The woC hNm6MM Q *nM Q .1ube. 1 War, heM a sesions-I examing s M ph mageo meh An Whe a h4t amaoor paraeigde, to make e- -gm for se tn lug and n-er g e all esaeems who may andte amme e moonv , 4f *e NalimI AoftdMM at ea-1o 49 twhy t be helto h 11116 eeIho weak of tie 0. A. . to betbn. . Tom NMIk, peedm t e "e mi ee jied, and eald arm a L P. 1 1 .meatq of em s bsn. -10 60. pa- whtihederheme bees n e to beOs the sater. noe ompbla via sod t o d'U th k P ass t o a s ' .s ah - and be wes by --f-" aof ethse versm he om aseeate O, the object. A eeli tee to esaagite It pgubable i toy go day aerthe 0. A. A u, a" am Isnet IND maite th gather e ee t be emem beard by tbC who ee 0141 eesgh to tal into hawas 4t "Jeanny 8ba." WELL an =VL CONT11111111. Ponty Iptets a a-a m -met so Thaetr I----in rmimemasem. ties which wi6 be so y ..a... the e n nowpreoeedingsapenA=m -- hemeisprth frrm Loidad. Party spirit is seembhikued that open --an' an eo eeta ae pseetwd only by the r.tII at the judicesi mbt now exislieg for the easied af eetim. p.e cedara. POUVtOal sualng bels er a me meetings, espesially wh they awe hld in rooms. e -eamd -- are harse down., eu dyfsin is rampant and th --mbsomg aes broken up. Many of the omediim fadJS necessary to adopt the plan of smekag teems af their dietAilas in wagemttes and spealfg to their andis-mo-- the os air,wherw tey gea Weralty gea hearbWg, Thesfes Ien bompts wslbmrlm occur in the diestes In Loado b workingeI n, where organied bend of bulies are bribed to inette to riot. When the masm b are a4dened from wagesetbas thee bu do not have dme to a g their plans to Interfere, and the e - nuk" his npeech and gets away before the leaders of the bullies ae get their gangs together. coaurIou roume. Enormous eums of money are being spent by both conservatives and liberals In hidden ways go as to evade the bribery act. The liberals chreteocservaTi? who"ke pun Is ampler than anything the = exutive ean obtain, with running paid dalist and labor candidates to break the liberal vote. A a mt ter of fact the list of both acialist and labor candidates who are standing for elect.on boo become thinned during the week. Tbe ls presents thirty-three labor candidat includ ing those who are seking re-eletion. even of them have no chance of isess and their only aim is to spoil the chanoes of the liberals nd Ing in their districts. nhus there are only torenty-sIx genuine labor candidates In the field, of which number only fourteen are likely to be elected, maing the labor vote in the next ~lament of about the same value it was in the TaN LABOR Qu.5rsov. Several socialists pose as labor men, but pure socialis has absolutely vanhed. Sti the labor question is the front plank in the plat forms of liberals and conservatives alike. The conservatives in London and other popular centers outbid their opponents in the extent of their social p Thecase 1 the can didates at Stepaey end Limeeuse a to the others. They advocate the Et of an eight-hour day, the creation of a labor minister and the taxation of ground rents. They also advocate the fxing of the rate of wage. by the uns. A like this sntu out the labor ry and the oalnnete. The trades onw are oum as to the eon servative pledgee and continue to Ineline to ward the liberal candidates. PaT sORATS. No new factor has appeared during the week to alter the party forecasts. A high governs ment official told the representative of the As sociated Press that the cabinet had show. their conviction of eming defeat by setting their private papers in order in reediness to vacate their ofinces. The ministers never leave all their official papers for their succeseors. Doeument. revaling too much disappear. A general clear ance of these documents which the liberal gev ernment will be unable to claim has aleady oe curred. Mr. Gladstone's declaration that the rejection of the home rule bill by the house of lords will not involve a fresh appeal to the country, as parliament will then proceed with other measures, has been a shoek to the Irish party. It is certain that they will not tolerate any action of the house of lords tending to in definitely shelve the home role question. No3-COWWORNIsTU' RAM5rro. The British non-conforaists have i-mad a manifesto as a counter blast to the Ulster move ment. The declaration is a vigorous defese of Mr. Gladstone, but hardly one in a hundred of the British non-conformist minister sign It. Its adherents express supreme coWMdene that Mr. Gladstone wll not be gu treaso that religious freedom will never Jeopardize lib ortee of Ulster Protestants; that partlamet wlll never a scheme fevoring heRamsk e system a~n naal that the heare Dr. Dale, the leader01 ~ and Dr. Dallinger, 'he leader f~ protest aginst- assigning to the manifesto the character of representative non-ceaformnist opinion. The.speaer's...timate of the r eleteral results is: Anti-Parnellitee, T5; unionists, 3; Parnellites, S. The uanonist say they ea er tAn to have twenty-t seasl the larml ha, reitthe retorn 0f -f 0re their that the Parnlie wBil ge me eek Lord Bo..berrv h....ed.a 51.wMe thyaeand re iepln tepe lad Ioneor In the for atg oLe ea hpp co~IntdeSeuest Mr. e easn to power wol -se he eessam 01 ..pt Rasdto the Wtmietb e.. The fo~oig..md k.r...m,..t.e. have been raised to the PtesManthl elo; Ear rion Ark.; Marisaa Ark.; Besmnay (mL; Yuba (Xty Cal.' ual L Anite, I~ Minn. my~ Saintrama. sNa.;lrjars a ma.; CWy, cl., and si h. * A Team' egu es A dime-- prepared in the hemS. esmm berm atheweast the totalanerbematy p.ll during the sc eer ended e hi lU ese ?,T s01wheth wash u ui en -m Lams e e andmeman L erm. toph iss t Qe Aet MQa 1ge. ert of eas raese hn 5: at Eaw ant..s .. -. W=g Wen SOM T33 PABET. ......m...... ....am.s do s Me v- bm. amn Gasmen on Fareb -ea P te ine g maltam t a po&ib " im do Wais.a to fe pas engaftat fomer 09 "ao "hsive beM to a peoWyMP, peoAmm deS o asek at Mbmeamlan, am have ted 1e1m4PISt U w ptoeaem mm s . .m Md Pes ieg . I r M d, am e " rts temelt to mass"g9 tendeed, ah obta ma Oefes I ismpaia ---afts. I - to W1 t.e ft y smIetam upon OI. Whom assmombses of as ammbuw cemuu e mme f t& sop for akrma, am bedte 64 I sim asept, I %eU a..a A" do wbbn of 00 e aaites for P Aoi anA %s Radins eeld oe l, and that Iceil id Sespt,e me I da t UwVS a So and f40 mib4the Preddust a e 0as elm ime was no Aabdahon a- Inease 6e m 3=b== who m..ed me r e ame and Barries. ale snWC ftWWW Nh.. I ametd I=e it s dewa ept.W asked w m as sover the defet 44Man n 9 I peepoad to sut. They bissed theeh pWW toterest required a .e.-heelwmw or and proposed #t te peneties at V ae"imes to IM sheu i be fbwed by ColstAntn of two obesesa, a of the mluid enamitt, to mry for year*, Md oee iset the esag ee tom~ aSmle er mall. the etheaipo the mo tieds eemmittee Uitef, as aelml sa ym o thule of the worntios a mnth the atiesal eamitteo sheldits enire power is this eam Sthe auudfo This would gbe to th I.ma the "Qurlad power ou thescommittee forthe whoempaga, mal yet leave the =and--a commntee to reNme afte te iesCt hat ti fgo-h e and 6e ener sttie ofa th an itself and it. f re 1 forth e osaf..mrey itvs wore meiatan for eice. At least forty et the fifty-toe mbers desied this a twa te that theyproposed to the t. se as yet eiling ts acept it, mid he dtsed the oqes-an for four year., as In I98S. and a. Qorn ashe te* A me ths I tintantly ageed with himd that his wishes shod be wit and that I sa s not he thema for the "ea of elther comumittee. Thore was mo misunder estandig or oven argument betwee, hima ant fmes to sa pla, ad our whole eeneration proceeded.. the ndeestood fet that a eSrr Wasoftyo the cOmittee desired the plane to n ad my oection a chairman of the ntional committee. He eiercsed his Mt under party customa and hM. owin ju< g mt, and be tagreed with inm and informed the committee that could not accept if elected. The aajority of the committee wore not eo will ing as I to accept the Priodenta dee onand I atisarply criticised and eened by em for ha told him 1 would fclow his withe. and notth wishes of the committee ltaelf. I etgned with other personal friend. and urged ir. aIpb to accept the charnnship. after he had declined It several ties duringth af ternoon. He hod been my pernonal friend for years and my colleague on the national commit tee, jihre I had teared that be was a master In political details. therefore I knew he wea com petent. No maW hasa m er assumed the chair manhp of the republican national committee with larger or better qualiication than he pos seses, and the Forty can have impicit cons dence in his ability. his jndgment and dIere tion, hit idelity and his power to do his part to command success. Mr. Carter. the secretary, is qualified for either chairman or aecretary. He is a discovery in politics and the best politician in the United States of his age. The combination of Campbell and Carter is sa strong as the yarty could provide, and they are wor y of the enthuiastic and constant of aln good hblican. Mir. Campbell asked me to e place on the executive committee. Per sonal inclination would lead me to detcine. Party duty requiree I should acept. Loyalty Is due to pa-ty and not to men. I bare no apoogiesto make for my course at Ninneap a proud of the four defeats and the one victory I have had with Mr. Baine since 1876, and I would rather have the recond of having supported him in Gve contests than to have been in the cabinet of the ive Presidents smeantime. It U Baine men who know how to take defeat and how to be loyal. 'le ticket this year is worthy the support of every man who has a trace of republican blood in his veis. Mr. Baine was the Gret man to spenk !o the country, through the Associated Prime, after the ticket was nominated, to urge all ro pubbanm to join in its support. The party in all its factions can do ro with honor and teif respect, and I shall cheerfullyt, my part in whatever way I can bear a hand." Tans a PLsnou in the Atlantic Ocean u?4, and purchase a lot at the great vale of lots by the hinepuzent Beach Company-Adc. Ammcestia Notes. St. John'sCatholicChurch of Surratteville, Md. gives its longtalked-of tourament on the 44d. Many knights have been practicing with a iew to entering the lista. Many Washngtomias= and Anacostians will go down. Mr. Andrew Beavn. student for the priest hood at tt. Mary's Sominary. Baltimse, is at home for the manimer vacation. Yesterday' storm increased the washouts in the hill reds caused by the gieat rain. Employes of the Anacostis railroad continue to be hemmed bw obstructions on the track. Anacostia M. k. Sunday school has arranged for an excursion to Piney Point on tie 6th in samat. -T'he Fourth will be celebrated with dog and eock fights. at. 5ame. Papesa and Ownai Kemme. Fream the Gallenami Messenser. A most curious Instance of the .mngde. ot a false identity he. just been diseovered a ==ih=- a singular manner. On February U a ND.. Elein, who was enaged a an actres at a thatere In io Janeiro, died there. On retern tag from the feneral her friend. discovered tht the room occepied by th Aneesd actreess had been broken into and samme jewela, with beads to th amount of SS,US franca, had been stoe.. AD attempts by the local police to die aover the thief were of no avail. O aM~rh a y ngwoman - withal to bessew 3hn. on the seur tc amsyof heads which the did net wihto she gar, her -mn as aN.. Elie aml pro dined paeswhihve her ide.tit,man eves rn two The beaise ad renced hr1,856f. aml prmissd to aythe reat the newt day. The Man. ~li hoe. tog m--ils===4 at he ahetr,an dier in lbhe~ are taened at Ismel, the amrn wrote to Qat gstmm to ash for se further infomaien he needed. The diner, ovejoel to anhe sistr he bmee dm1d m. eta hae~sene to Pieh, and, et es., e... tht lein mm s hempese. mia n. s reseeL wih ha towwti aml ha esaemsthe ed -mn isMel .ea and~ th he hed steism es psupag def saeebs esak * et iduhw .... mat a4e You woold met Mm am vant with a " huacter datned five yews beck. Yes would ask what mbe had been doing meanmmu Wh~en you read smai-e nials of baking the quality of thir~ Rmmet analyses kdrec. onenadtos Of Ghe. Land's Baking "ode Imt is the same hghs in qualm ity and always the bemt Clevelanors Baking Pow der never varnes A Gem. Lmom.. ISO= WORK 21Ummym m or~ & vSI mllI far? Suur Vnala .abei a dI Wr A Uc. asmr? a wevio domma kirn& of 6~4. AA01 I Wa Odmad tf twoy sad Wsdiwy cmIn ft a o M4 Colt to uad&ow A few =mtae two I emmmmo ftmmS M iced.. "ad carom No 9"inWo NDteismmb b..n the i'... Isefta I N Wfif ~ IUOO"T. my Q tomb wobde mmL IDIO ba Dotbotbedm4 a's fw mak. MW ,mmbftm ~c mad eouid "(* .umthma ft. I rm brdI3 tem Dr. Japn~ - b mimi I~ AMf0 ma appem an LITM ST. IW.. 111WtOM-Oftmem 9of NOU V11411 Small 00cim bmw-Oft U sa.. 9 tog PAW. 6"O.in. MaL A. Rmr mme. A-3pqaW~d4m tbo- omi ad. kuiI- Uml tom wali ubk uedwdUo UM)VW-6 fierklf. MOWt 'tb. V W ae UIM&NA6NN6 bwthmmkm. oeanmd mU bmbse ef Obi.mod V vwc bome or thaes b@b-mmmt smale ft claw ti.. 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