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The If oiue Committee.
In the composition of the house 09m- |
mltteea Speaker Reed has probably
done oa well an any other man In hla
" place could have done. In selecting
chairmen he has. taken men of ability
and experience. To his three colleagues
from Maine he has given very Important
chairmanships. He could not have
done less without discriminating
, against the men because they wero
from his own state. They were In line '
of promotion because their state haa
kept them In the house long enough to
make their way to the front
Mr. Dlnglcy Is well equipped for the
chairmanship of the ways and means
committee. So far as the country
knows there Is not a better man In the
hoyse to head this committee. Mr. Boutello,
chairman of the naval committee.
Is In thorough accord with tho Idea of
.1?-1 ?... Th.IuuI h> km
UVI1KIIIB|||||( uui tin*/. mucvu mv nan
been one of the foremost champions of
that patriotic policy. He has served
long on the naval committee, has before
been chairman,. understands Its business
and will throw Into Its work an Intelligent
enthusiasm that should count
Everybody expected Mr. Hltt to be
placed at the head of the committee on
foreign affairs, another commltttee
which has now unusual Importance.
The speaker has done well to select for
this position so well furnished and so
clfar headed a man as Mr. Hltt
Mr. Canon Is an old hand on the appropriation*
committee, has a mind for
details, Is honest and courageous. Courage
Is not a bad quality In the ohalrman
of the appropriations committee,
for sometimes It Is necessary for the
committee to face strong opposition
after It has made up Its bill.
We had hoped that tho speaker might
put at the head of the committee on rlv'
ers and harbors a man who would have
knowledge of our Interior waterways
and be In sympathy with their Improvement
preferably a man froiil this
great valley. He has not done this, but
he roems to have given fair representation
to the region which demands river
improvement, and this, of course. Is as
moch as we could ask.
The make-up of the committees which
j have to do with the currency question |
Is satisfactory so far as we know the
men. It was not to be expected that
speaker Reed would give encourage- ,
fnsnt to any financial tomfoolery.
On the whole. If the speaker has made
up his committees with his presidential
Aspirations in view, he must have
thought that the best way to advance
his own cauiie was to be fair to the
members of the house and mindful of
tho public Interests.
It will do Congress no harm to sit
through tho holiday season, with a day
off for Christmas. Some very worthy
? ..t tk.t m..Ak
I>CI9UIW UU lli'l mat liiukiii
Wrtl Virginia Well Trrattd,
For now mnn West Virginia's representatives
have fared well at tho hands
of tho speaker. Captain Dovener Is on
tho committee on rivers and harbors, a
Committee which has to do with a matter
In which his district and his stato
aro do^ply Interested. On this committoo
his industry should toll.
Mr. Dayton rocs on tho naval committee,
always of Importance, now unusually
Important, and on the committee
to revise the laws. He will make
Mr. Muling deslrpd to ro on the District
of Columbia committer, and there
ho Is. Mr. Ifuilnff Is familiar with local
affairs at tho national capital and Is a
good man for the committee to which
ho has been assigned.
Mr. Miller Is on one of the elections
committees, where his ability ns a lawyer
and his Judicial mind will enable
him to do good work in tho determination
of contested election cases.
West Virgin!* and her member* have
no reimon to complain of their trentmont
ftt the hand* of the speaker, who
ha? distinctly recognised thin a* a
state worthy of consideration.
One way to keep (told from going
out of tlio country In lo buy fewer foreign
commodities, and thin Is a good
.time to put, that plan In active operation.
One I'nHyi (hie Country*
One of our esteemed IJrltlsh cotempororlea
consoles Itself with the thought
that In the event of wnr between Orent
llrltHln and tho United Htntes wp would
httvn to roctcon with the sentiment or
disunion, wlil' h In supposed to bo Mill
strong In tin* south. TIiIm allows itRfilti
how lit tin we nro understood on thn
other wide of tho ocean.
In Iho event of war between this ntt<1
any other country tho Impreniilori that
thoro In any lingering hostility between
north und nouth, nlmve nil the ridiculous
notion that there In In thn south
nny scntlmsQl of dlMinlon, would lie
wiped out on re for nil. Men who fought
tltirlot1 I/fe snd men who fought under
Omnt would Atii ud flhoulder to nhouldetUflder
the old tlnrr, reiidy t ? 'died Uielr
Inni drop of Idnod In It* defens#.
if the eiilfioilt)' of wni slntll full Upon
im, the peopl" will not stop in consider
old duoiMtlo question! fought to u fin
Ish. or to ask who (he President Is or
what party Is In power. In the defense
of our country we shall all be of one
party and one country.
Tfcs Wall llmt Iktn, /
The Wall street scare Is as setiieles4
as anything could be. We are not on
the eve of war. If war Is to come,
which Is quite Improbablo, It will not
come soon. Between now and then
market values, so far as they have
been touched by the controversy between
this country and QrJkt lirltaln,
will set bock to the normal; and they
will go up and down many times before
war can come.
It Is highly probable that traders who
allowed themselves to be panlO'Strlcken
are already kicking themselves for
being foolish onough to lose money
when thero was nothing to be scared
about. There are always Wall street
men who hang on by the eyo-llds, and
when a slump comes they have to go.
"" I- ua?I ?,n Innu ltd Ufl M/Y?
UIO |KJ?HI IB IIIBI *o?? .UIMIO imvv IW
been Injured. Some water has been
squeesed out, but what was really valuable
before la really valuable now.
Men who had the ready money and the
nerve io buy have taken In some bargains,
and the reft are left lamenting.
If English holdera of American securities
desire to sell them for lean than
they are worth, there are always persona
in thia country ready to accommodate
them. There la no other way
for them to "oompel America to tako
back Its securities" than by offering
them as bargains.
Where li the Couufry'e He|irr?ruUllve 1
The New York Herald says that Ambassador
Bayard "is the President's
representative at tho court of St.
James." He was aent thero to bo the
country's representative. Mr. Blount
went to Hawaii as the President's personal
representative, and between them
thoy made a mess of It.
Sir. Bayard and the Herald seem to
agree, but this hardly settles the question
of the nature of the representation.
If the country Is not repreaented at the
court of St. James it should make haste
to be represented. We have not broken
off diplomatic relations with Great
Britain. Her embassy is still In Wash
If ever we needed a diplomatic representative
In London we need one
now. The President's representative
does not All tho bill. Mr. Ttnyard might
as well beln London as the representative
of the mayor of Wilmington, Delaware.
Notice is served from New York that
a national loan would not he taken
abroad and could not be taken by tho
people. New York Is frightened and
wants the country to Join in the scare.
If need be the people of the United
States will back their country with
their last dollar. Never fear on that
Old Tir* Rndcly Nrrrml.
The New York Evening Post has been
one of the earnest admirers and cordial
supporters of Mr. Cleveland Now It
says that Mr. Cleveland "has been hlH
own executioner," that he "ha? thrown
away his clothes and Joined tho howling
savages" and "is now displaying
himself ss the greatest International
anarchitt of modern times."
It 18 clear that the Evening Post will
have to And someone else to admire and
support The Consecrated One Is no
longer consecrated to the good, the true
and the beautiful In matters of public
IIIUIUCIll. lb in lUUVIIIIIQ (v ow urn ulo
severed In thla rude way.
THE FINANCIAL MESS/G2L
A Pertinent flttignlloiii
Phladelphia Press (Hop.): If the
President had given up hl? duck hunt
and mood by his pout and prodded
Congress on the subject of currency
legislation earlier In the session he
might with better grace urge congressmen
now to give up their Christmas
holiday and bend their minds over a
Should Go Blow*
New York Heral (Dem.): But the
sltuntlon calls for more than sound
financial action on the part of Congress.
Mr. Cleveland does not conceal
In his message what must bo obvious
to every Intelligent person, that the
crisis is the natural and inevitable!
consequence of the war scare caused
by the bellicose tone of Congress and
the precipitancy of both houses In
authorising a commission to determine
the boundary lino between Yenexuela
and Drltlsh Oulana. As Senator Sherman
und other senators urged on the
floor of the senate, th^re Is no earthly
need of hurry, and every reason why
Congress should go slowly.
Luat Confidence of llntltiuaa Men.
New York Evening Pout (Dem.): Mr.
Cleveland's hysterical message on the
financial situation Is a fitting sequel
to the third-term pranks he has been
playing, lly his own net, deliberately
planned months ago, he has precipitated
the worst panic this generation
has seen, and now he calls on Congress
to pull him out. Congress cannot do It.
even if It would, because he ha* lost the
confidence of the only people who could
help him In a financial way.
Iluw Can lit!
Pittsburgh Commercial Gazette
(Itep.): Mr. Cleveland cannot hope to
have favorable action on his financlnl
scheme. He could not convince a house f
overwhelmingly Democratic thut any
of the methods suggested by the administration
as a substitute for our
currency system would be at all an
Improvement, much loss a panacea for
the "dangerous and fatuous" system
of which he complains. How can he
expect to satisfy a house largely Republican.
nnd a senate, the mnlorlty of
which Is not In sympathy with his mon
It lx II...It. .lull/ to
I'inrjr miiii'iiii', mtn >? .? !?.?* ?
glvo up their convictions mid accept
New York PrcM (Hop.): Mr. Clovoluml
I* unduly excited. IIIm nn hmiuh'
to CowcruM yenterday wni without
JUNtlflciitlon or even cxcune, and Itn
effect cnn only In- unfortunate. He
known perfectly well that any tnennure
directed at the inform of either tho
tnrlff or the currency could |>uhh Connrenn
only after connldornlde, If not
protracted, dlncunnlon, If ti panic oc?
cuth la financial olfoleH fit thin time
It will he tho rentilt of thin unneceHnary
and lll-advlHi-d commflnlcatlon.
New York Time* (Dem.): Mr. Clovoland
hort Innm-d meiiftaKC that In dintInetly
rennMiriiwi. Inuftmiuh an It alnin
to take advantage of a tmlt<m1 national
Rontlnient to inako ono forward wove
in tin* effort to put iho country'!
finance* on * HOUtider hanl*. it In a
demonstration of the radical unnoundtttNM
of our financial ayatotn that the
declaration hy the cxoctttlvo of a for"hfn
policy which the (*f?nf(ieM, repre- 1
nenllUK In thin cane truly the aentlnient
rif the tuition, promptly rntlflpn
Humid oaUNO no nod-hii find eonnldera- |
h|e dldturhnnee. it could not happen
were it not Hint the drain of gold occa? i
nloiied hy a return of our nertirltW
ft run the l.ondnii market fnlln dlreclly I
upon the treanury, on whonn reneivo
depend* the vahio of our unuer curreiicy,
Highest of all in Leavening Pc
MB. ELKINS' VIEWB.
II...U II. ?1.,. VviiMHula lluil.r
auil tilt l'ri'iiitr ut'a SlNMge.
I Washington special In Brooklyn Eagle:
Senator Stephen 1). IClkiiiH. of
Went Virginia, who occuplt'H a leading
position In the council* of his party, delivered
himself at length to tho Eagle
correspondent this morning:
"There In," he said, "no question of
I doubt in my mind.(hat the American
people are with the President In tho
matter. For a long time there hag l>i en
a feeling of unrest and dlssatlsfuetlon
In this country against England and her
methods of dealing with all International
matters that have come up between
the two countries. Hy trickery
and bad practice she has got the best of
us In a number of Important matters,
like the dlsputa over tho seals. These
thing** have rankled In the hearts of
Americans and caused our people to
view the oncoochment of England with
suspicion. Then again Lord Salisbury's
bullying, dictatorial conduct and
avowed hatred of the United Status has
u.l/t.ul ?Via utnmilrloritiir flrrt that
only needed a spark to mart it blazing.
President Cleveland has applied the
torch und he hus done It In a very patriotic
manner. I very much wish, however,
that ho had come gut Hat-footed
and Hald England has gone too far already.
It must recede or light.
There was no necessity for the appointment
of a commlmilon to Investigate
the situation. The department of
state hua already done that. The suggestion
of a commission looka too much
oh If the President hud a string attached
to his warlike message. Then, again,
his statement If Venezuela and (Jreat
Britain come to a mutually natlsfactory
agreement such an agreement would
he accepted by our government was a
mlstuke. Certainly we would not agree
to England's purchasing Cuba from
Spain und setting up her authority over
this Island, nor. It seems to me, any
more should wo agree beforehand to any
settlement that Venezuela might make
with England In this matter. What is
to prevent England from settling with
Venezuela by paying her a large sum of
money and getting what she (England)
wants In this way? The fact of the
matter is, this country Is uroused over
the situation unnecessarily. There l?
no Immediate danger of war, for it will
probably be six months or a year be???lu
nnmrnk'nl.tn run mnki' It* t**?
port and thai report acted upon. Nevertheless.
the situation Is a grave one, anil
In made particularly so because the
earl of Salisbury Is the kind of a man I
depicted, a bttter of this country and a
bully, and has with him in his sentiments,
1 bellevo, a majority of his countrymen.
If Salisbury had been premier
of England at the time of our rebellion
he would have recognized the south as
belligerents. It seems to me the most
Interestlnir question for us to consider
at this time Is the relative strength of
the navies of the two countries, for If
we flght England now It will be a naval
war, and there Is a possibility of the
other European nations Joining with
England In preventing an enforcement
of the Monroe doctrine."
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I On Christmas Eve the bolls wore rung;
On Christmas Eve the mass was sung;
That only night In all tho year
i 8aw tho stolod priest the chalice roar.
Tho damsel donned her klrtle sheen;
Tho hall was drossod with holly gre*n;
Forth to the vood did merry men go
I To gather In tho mistletoe.
I Then opened wide the baron'* hull
To vassal, tenant, serf, and nil;
j Tower laid his rod or rulo aside,
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The hrlr. with roses in hi* shoes,
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The.lord, undsrogatlng, sharo
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and Riving tho patient strength
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THE HOUSE COMMITTEES.
>V?I Virginia Slciu ih i .Veil Cured For.
WASHINGTON, Doc. 22.?Speaker
Hood yebterduy announced tho house
committees and they generally glvu
satisfaction. Tho West Virginia mum*
hers were well cared for. Mr. Dovenor
la aligned to the river and harbor
committee, une of the moat Important
and one which will give him opportunl*
ty to do some good work for the state.
Mr. D ay ton In 011 tho naval aCTalm eom iilltn/i
t tin it luhlnh Ilium uro frilir ItlorA
important. Mr. Day tun Ih also on the
committed on revision of the laws. Mr.
Hullng is on tlio committee on tho Dlstrlct
of Columbia, a poultlon which ho
particularly desired. Mr. Miller Ih a
member of tho elections committee,
which will havo chaw of tho twentynlno
contested election case?. Tho
chairmen of the principal committees
are us follows:
P'or-'lgn affairs?Mr. Hltt, of Illinois.
Ways and means?Mr. .Dlngloy, of
Appropriations?Mr. Cannon, of Illinois.
Hanking and currency?Mr. Walker,
Public buildings and grounds?Mr.
Mtlllkln, of Maine.
Paclflc railroads?Mr. Powers, of Vermont.
Military affairs?Mr. Hull, of Iowa.
Inter-state coinmerco?Mr. Hepburn,
Claims?Mr. Prann, of Pennsylvania.
Agriculture?Mr. Wadsworth, of Now
Mines and mining?Mr. Aitkin, of
Merchant marine and fisheries?Mr.
Payne, of New York.
Indian affairs?Mr. Herman, of New
Enrolled bills?Mr. Huger, of Iowa.
Hallway nnd canals?Mr. Chlckering,
of New York.
Public Lands?Mr. Lacey, of Iowa.
District of CoUipibla?Mr. Ilarmcr, of
Naval affairs?Mr. Houtelle, of Maine.
Coinage, weights and measures?Mr.
Stone, of Pennsylvania.
Judiciary?Mr. Henderson, of lows.
PoatofTlces and post roads?Mr. Loud,
elections?Mr. Daniels, of New YorJc.
Elections No. 2?M. Johnson, of Indiana.
Elections No. 3?Mr. McCall, of Massachusetts.
Pensions?Mr. Loudenschlager, of
Expenditures in department of stateMr.
Quigg, of Now York.
Expenditures of war dopartmont?Mr.
Grant, of Vermont.
Invalid pensions?Mr. Plckler, of
Expenditures In treasury department
?Mr. OroBVenor, of Ohio.
Education?Mr. Grow, of Pennsylvania.
I livers and harbors?Mr. Hooker, of
Lfibor?Mr. Phillips, of Pennsylvania.
Patents?Mr. Draper, of Massachusetts.
Immigration and naturalisation?Mr.
Uartholdt. of Missouri.
Irrigation and lands?Mr. Herman, of
Militia?Mr. Mursh. of Illinois.
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1618 Market Street.
... "V" 11 Wodnosday, Deo.25.
SffiffiSfi (Grand Holiday Attraction.
Tbe OiMiMtcora- a FATTFn f Al F
olj lilt In Vi?n ? r ? I I LU V>U.f .
tor A lllg Laugh Krerj Second.
An Unexcelled Cast.
The New. York World of April 16, 1S95,
Barn: "A Fatted Calf Is Good Meat. Boo
Matinee prlecs?75 and W conu. No extra j
charge for reserved Beats.
*1 ' - ? ?1 flfl.
rticni pnw*?-norn ?VAJ nvm. ftw. axsmlislon
iG and SO cents. Beat* on salu at
C. A. Ilouio's music store Monday. Decerobsr
Saturday, Dec. 28.
?in Horra great comkdv.?
A Texas Steer.
Matlnoe prlcee? Rwtrred scats 73c: mlmladon
W and 26a Night prlces-Keaorvtxl Keats 5100;
adtnlstlon ?'? and 50c. Scat* on aalu at i\ A.
liou?0'a nqalo more, Thuradoy, December iM.
Grand opera house?three
Nights and Christmas Matinee,
commencing Monday. December 23.
The unequivocal success,
THE LIGHT ON THE POINT,
A comedy-drama depleting lifu anions the
simple Fixhcr Folk of Nantucket Island,
with special scenery, etc.
Prlccs?16, 25. 85 and fiQc.
Q.RAND OPERA HOUSE.
Thursday, Frlady and Saturday, Decernbtr
20, 27 and 28. with Saturday matinee,
the sweet colleen. VIRGINIA JOHNSON,
supported by the young Irish comedian,
13ARKY O'NEILL, presenting the Irish
co mod y-U rain ii.
Usual prices. dc23
Loans made on real estate
lull LKMDEItS AN1> ilOltllO WKU*
Ileal lUlnte, Stocks niiil ltnmW Nought
uml Mold oil CuuimlMlnn.
9.1,oou to losu uu good and Mtlifociorf ?a?
.1AM KS L. IIAWI.KY,
Ronl K?Ulo nnd Loan AftOUt, lOto Main Street.
Tcliplmnu M7. ?e.rt
IfORBBIir. APRIL 1,1800, NO. 1404
I? Main itrwit. throo-ntnrr brick wsrohouio.
Inquire of HKNRY K. 1.181. The Cltyll.nk ol
1/OH RENT?SALOON AND DWKLI1
LINO, Nm-iCO Sixteenth Btreet. Immediate
nonepalpn.1 Inquire of M* J.
FITZ PATRICK, No. 1007 Chapllno Btroot.
jpOK KENT?AT LEATHER SVOOD.
Ouohnu?o Willi ten room*, two with elcht
rc.MiiuK cacht- tnoUuru 111 design an 1 couuritiiiig
ersrj- convuiiiotioo. lVnana roniomplniiti:; ?
cliauRuof rvddcaco will do wall to see thuiu.
Po??*loit tflven luitnodlaloly.
dlU " J. J. 1101,1,OWAV.
for n term of yoftrs or
on cosy terms that oomfurtablo brick
house, In HiHt'CluNH ordor. 21JN Chupllno
streut. with s rooms, kitchen, pantry,
bath room nnd utile, with both k.uh-u.
lnquiro soon at
ilc20 H17 MARKET BTltBKT,
Tlio builiina* hiiti<o ?t 1IM MAIN MTHKirr.
nowooeuplod by Kmnliolmitr* olollihiR hoiuo.
Will rent wholo biiildliw. or More and up *i?In
Mi'tritc. ttumodi'lcd nftor do?kin now ?t bur
Office. MM ITU A I'H'KINXOM.
lin^J 1."V Mntlii't siwl
yy suicujun ' 11 tTroiiiNH,
eyi;eak, nosi; anj> tiiiioat.
OFFICE AND IIKSIDKNCK
No. 84 Twelfth ?itroot,Wlioolliiir,>V.V<i.
/ illAKI.i:s0, IYA WUNo.
V> -CM I" MIST, ?
Member Aiiivrlonn ntnmlnl ftx>Wr ah I A marl
cum Imllliii" Minim i.iulu'jfi
l.nlHiriilnrr, IA 1ft Murkd 41 mm.
Nninrnl mil lH'lniitdl pnliiMiot qrarrtil
CfipUoit aunlrul MlerowoploAl m l ni
tnli'<nmlllAii>Miao( fiinl inaiorl iN nn I MrAtar
; 2- ?L>
17?VKUY nivHCItll'TJON 0? "
I J Hook. Intt. Nnwapripru uhd Pont?r
i'nntlhif iliMH? m Itin -oimlilil link" ni llm
htuntni.v.i ! Jnii htlH11so urnil. Mntlcru
utl llRplu 1'itMoi New 1) p? iuJ Uutlgut
Notice?i 5o <
gnr uruuniMti "! 11.0. ,
r' AS bTOVEB,
UKO. W, JOUXStt.VS S INS,
d?ia > " '
A 1'LA'IK OF
fine baked beans,
IN TOMATO .-Aid:.
Wiu be mwl loeMliI-cr-.jU rnlin,K a; . ,.L ~
Oil* 'ltiuradiy, I'rWuy ua>l - .miO ,
H. F. BEHRENS.
<I<|1? 417 M?r.
nUOCEItS' NOTICE TO Tilli it:~T
Notice 1h hereby Klvin to the j. t
all fJroeory Btons vsill l> ...
ICvi-iiliiK from Frlduy, l>-?ciii: .
Dc'ci'inbcr 35, und will chif- ;.t ui?,?
Chrltttmu* und New Year'n Day.
By order of tho Retail Groo rs' A
J. C. 8TROHBKI., 8?crctar.
JOHN WALFuRU 1'iwim ... i7
CELT WEATHER STRIPS.
* +++ Tr
NICOLL'S KRT STORE,
1331 MARKET STRLl I.
HA MY ?ETH.
Af GOETZK* DRUG STORE
doll Market and I vvci(i.i - r?.
DILTBR WATER REGOLAHLY, "
T f Aud ilio dally provision <>i i ire ^atarl
J burouiuk ua much u pun <>f ii ?
hold machinery a? tlu* co.ikuu IVI
T Iho .1 All'UAL M? I: Ml It J
2 nucat EWING BROS' ,
5 (Soft 1*1 ft Mai let Street J
+ Anything in tho lino of
+ TOYS OR GAMES you
+ can buy thorn as choap
at CARLE BROS', as
+ any house in tho city.
/imliMi pm9* ST- Lol-'iS'
N E W 0RLE A N 3
'U^?%nrVEI AND WTERMLM.
\viKfih&3^V ATE points
VS^vvKSWrvy will leave Whnrfboat,
foot of Eleventh a tret t,
Steamer KKY8TONE STATE, for CIrrlnnntl,
0., every Tuefday at ' a in.
Chan. W. Knox, Master; Henry Beat.
Clerk. ? |
Steamer HUDSON, every Saturday at
8 a. in. Robert Agnew, Master.
Klrnt-cloflB fare, Wheeling to Cincinnati,
Round trip, flu. Moula and Htato roons
Included. Ticket* good until umJ For
freight or pasnage apply on board, or t*lephono,
de? CROCKARP & BOOTH, Agcnti.
Booth, with or without power, Chapilno and
No. nil A lief u ~ ? ~4 ? ?
No. J'.JO Malu atrect.:?rooma C W
No, 31 Seventeenth itrooi, 8-roomed houae,
both ca**. 20 M
Bo. All?* II b ??
Nil. 001 MnIn ntrout. l rii'itni 6 (4
Hetideuce hcaaant Valiev ?86??J
No. -MIH Market street .. 20 U
No. H.V. Main itrcwt. aaloon. with bar flx*
turen, 1 i rooms, both cafes, water on
each floor.and Mine furniture-..- 4) c?)
No. -.'JOfi Jacob street 7 r< Ou >.*'1 Louse ........ ): U)
2 room*, rear ol Mivlon Sunday achool,
Eighteenth street fiW
No. 1420 Main Jtreet. '1 roonia - 9 01
N? Mil Alter C. 4-roomed home ? J? flO
No -Hi Market atreot. weond tW. ?...t ft(?i
No.1V.*" Main strctt. :< rooms- < W
N0.48 Twentieth street, .Vrojuu'd uouw-... 11 oi
So. p Twontlctirttroet fc-roonjo<l li"use.... low
No. 2I'll Main street, 4 ro.?uu. l?o?U . U OJ
4-roo:ued house* near t'tty Electric Light
Plant - ? >
No. Slli Market itroe:. 3-momed house....... n ?J
Threeroom*. ri?a<oit Valley...? . o o)
No. 2U1 Main street, rooms ? & ?>
No. 2UM Mmu street. 2 room*. * i?>
No. i04iChapllaeiiroet. i roomsOJ
No. -.ua Alley B 3 rooma ? t M
No. (O Alloy 15 ? ?)
Ground noar Terminal dopot.
No. f/> Seventeenth street.
RMldenoe. Pleasant Valley.
Lot on South Huro j street for leu than coil
.No o > North Front itreei
Lot on South Froqt itreet.
l.o:o-i south Huron atrojt
Resldcuco. South Huron strut
Six-roomd hou o. I'eulmulo.
Ilouv* iui<l lot. Nations! road. 9Ml
lte?ldsnco. Kentucky struct
licsldviirc. ThlrijMlrst atrwot
H-Hdouee. Chaolioa streetResidence.
XfeCol loch street
UeiMoucu. Fifteenth street.
Rcsldeuce. Sixteenth street
JAMES A. HENRY.
IlfulKiluto Vijont, c.illooKir. .NOUiv rauiic
Poutlnn Attoruor. Kg Ut-i Market twt Qcji
You Will Hale No Mistake
... . ir YOU BUY DStlU
You will make no mistake if you
buy them here.
Fine Embroidered Linen Cambric
Handkerchiefs (not cotton) at 25c,
50c, 63c, 75c, and upward, just
opened and arc cheap.
Our Cents' All-Linen Hemstitched
Handkerchiefs at 23c can't be
Silk Umbrellas 9Sc to $7. Si*
hundred to select from.
Nothing so sure to please a lady
as a nice Ail-Wool Black IJress. Wc
have the assortment and correct
Double width All- Wool Drew
Goods at 23c a yard, colors and
A bran new Mock of kid Gloves
at $1.00 to $1.75 a pair.
T3ANK OK iltK UiUO VALUiV
OAI* IT A1 17 o.ooa
Win i*m A. Im;rr I'rt*11 '
NV4I.I.UH H Milt win Vim 1' 1
lUlfM t>u l.tiglniiJ. Irt'lmvl, KrmntJ.i'H
??iiiinn* \ iiiiik i '
J. A. Miller. WllllKM.lt I M""t
k M vikln?oi? John K " 1 ?
J ill 1 lie I'uinitM VI" tor Itrt'o'iimri
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