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VOLUME XL.
FtsilHT WORK THAT CAS UK KONf
milling Better
jitFincsli™*Wl | 'il«M} Can v| ®“ L ! Jj u( , I|BY HILL cli . s
CUSTOM DEPARTMENT.
Tlic Finest Doeskins Money Kuy.
1110 WILLOUGHBY, HILL & CO.’S Custom Department.
Tim Finest Woolens Ever Made. , . , ,
IHC rmn WILLOUGHBY, HILL & CO.’S Custom Department.
Tim finest Linings and Trimmings .produced on the Globe.
WILLOUGHBY. HILL & CO.’S Custom Department.
for ?•>».. I, .^“rs*?.? «oS y ir'JVti 1 omsIil»r»*11 nCo. won’t make It for #tu. Uuforc
* U N E>iRST AS\3 D,
WILLOUGHBY, HILL & GO., Dor, Madison & Clark-sls.
Klee trio Llirlitcil tm »> Kvory Night.
siiaivds.
FAIL All WINTER
IMPORTATIONS.
Marshall Field
State & Washingtoii-sts.,
Have now on mile tlwlr Impnrlii
fioHrf Am* Fall and It inter of FAc~
gnnl Novelties •
VALLEY CASHMERE
AND
Mountain Camel’s Hair.
Filled and Open Centre
SHAWLS.
Special Line of the Popular
“India Dccca” Shawls,
All Xew Colorings and Designs.
“Real India” and
“ French Glmddah”
hi .Solid Colors and Embroidered’-
very attractive Evening Ifraps,
India Cashmere, Brochc.
mid Paisley Shawls,
Fashionable Colorings, at Attract
ive Prices,
MEDIUM AND HEAVY WRAPS
Representing the Choicest Fabrics
0 f the best looms on the Continent
0/ Europe , with full and complete
assortment of best goods from Po~
viestlc Manufacturers,
At Close Prices.
_
iSWlEMllffiSlEllS
|CnNRSBIA,^pLIT!° r pa| tt rAM:ilO°UA, Oct. 1. U am
U_.yUNlA.bcpi: U, II uni' ETHIOPIA. OcI.K.A aw
These steamers do notcarrr caul*, sheep. orpU*
0n,..... Now York u> London direct. _
bci.t. 17. I p iii 11/. I'l’iA. bmiU 2t. lln m
lablaa, Ui to Wl. Kaoursion Tickets at reducedrato*.
_ ÜBNDEUao.S Unorfficlttf. M Wa*htnaton-»t.
CTJNARD LINE.
ln,{ Ihreo and four time* * week. I’ummb tick*
•u u> «u(H rUD) R || |MIrU of Kurupu utiuwu»irutu«
,nW* for 11 and upward*. . , . .
iomimni', yuvco cornar Clark and HandolpU-il*.,
lWm. I*. H. DU VBUNKT. Omieral Auonu
• -!•<»• WHITING. Maiinjior WeaUtrn Dapnrtuiuuu
STATE LINE
Urorpool, Dublin. Uolfu»t, and Lomiu
K"/. from S. Y. every Thur.day. Fim Cabin, WUt*.
I*.* nccunUiitf to nccuumiodaUun. Second lablii.Hd.
ci?n r *“?‘ outward, fM, Tlnwo ilo&uiont curry nolllicr
*»uu, above, nor ulu*.
* AUSTIN,UAI.DWIN fc CO.,
**■ V.. and lilt U«Ddulp)i-»U. Chicago.
ULKUEN. Wuatern Manager.
. WHITE STAR LINE,
United Huuc* and lloyal Wall between
£.*•' 11 rk and Llvuruuol. Fur paaugu apply to Low*
U I i‘ « b °uifi Clark-»u
►AUItKj) bAUtUOIIbN. Uen'l Weitern Agent,
un liruut Urltalii and Ireland.
CUTLEIiI’,
f% ■ | Wuaionbulni'a. Huger*', and
I IliAlrfaui ■ Spalding t Hoeket tullory,
I II fllirif Kaior*. ht-liaor*. forkicrow*.
llllllUl Iff Hug Collar*. and Hardware
Ull 11 IB I BV Novellle*. A. U. bI'AbIUNU
Wli till I | * Wi, ll* AUdUun-.t.
in is World.
KID (1 DOVES.
“Leaders of
Popular Prices,
State and Madisou-sts.
Sole Agents in America for the
following
‘RELIABLE MAKES”
OB’
“Patent Seamless Improved,”
“ Mercedes/ 1 "
“Nonpareil,”
“Lillian,”
“Eugenic.”
In addition to these makes we
keep the well-known Pat
ent Hook
Foster Glove!
‘OUR NEW COLORS
For llio Fall and Winter Season.
Bleu Russe, Bleu Solilat, Marine,
Bronze, Bronze Or, Olive,
Vert Russe, Bouteille, Quivre, Orel
Bordeaux, Prune, Loutre, etc. ’
“LEADERS OF POPULAR PRICI
STATE AND MADISON-STS.
Branch, Madison A Doaplolnos-Bte.
PROPOSALS,
Proposal* Itii* Xtnlldlair Police Hfntlon.
office of mi: )
UEPAIITHENT OF I'UIII.IC WOHKS, >
CIIICAIIO, bopt. Ii» IBJU. )
Benlort nronosnli will bo received bjr the Depart*
meal of I'nbllo Works, nt their otHoe, nnlll U iu m.
Friday. 1 Hoot. Xk PHI. lor orectlnu and fully coraplol*
liiuapolice lUllon. to bo located on tliu norlliweit
eornur of DobplMowb Biroot uud \Valdo*pluoo» ap*
curdius to plane and spoclttcallouß on Ulo m said
°T‘rm>oi»uU must bo nddroMcd (o tho Dopurttnont of
I’uUlte Worka. Indomeil " l'roi)o»al« for Dnlld'"ill "•
Hue Bunion." and bo accompanied wltb fJtUd) In
nionoy or a cortltlod ebook lor that amount upon any
re»uon»lblu bank dolnji buiinoss in tlioCliy of Chi*
oimio. and mado payable to llio order of tho Coromla*
, Vho^C■om^all l l , nbllo Wo'ka reaorvoa the
lectlVoly, an bo may deem boat for the lmero»ls of
tho city, and no proposal will bp occupied unless tho
mrty offerlnir it •ball ulvo ovlilunco »«U»faeiory to
tho Commissioner uf I*uhllo Work# ot lib* ability and
I ituurtly. and that bo him sumdoia pecuniary re*
sooruns to fulfill tho contract promptly m nccurcfnneo
with Uie specifications thereof. If awarded to him.
Companies or Arms bldhtntf will dive tho Individual
.. wul| u Uni uiu.
Commtsslunurut Public Workt.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
Scaled urotmiMs will bo roeolyod until Hopt.Sfi, IS3I,
at iliw oßicoonhu Puoblo Dullrttiiu and Inyoainient.
('■iiiiiihiiv. Pueblo. Colo., for cunatruotlim » Ur»i*olK»a
brlck&l buildmi ln Pueblo. iau loot by I*l fool,
lour atorloa In tol«bl above Uio basement and to con*
r und “piwcUlcntlopt. may icon at tho offlcont
tliu company lu Pueblo, Colo., or ut the olltcu u( W.
\V, liOVlNUTON,architect. ItoouißU 1U Aduui»-*t.,
C Kucfi'biamuil bo accompanied by a written Buaran.
Wool two roapoualblo parties liml »uch binder will
miter Into a contract for the construction of laid
howl, and tliat limy will become »u retie* on a bond
til bo •bined br tho bidder a» principal for the faith*
ful pornirmanco of aahl contract, should tho contract
r1»b,.0 rcjocl anyana
all bid*. « yor atf of lha Executive Committee,
y KEltl) UAMDOLI.AU. Bee-rotary.
NOTICE.
Detroit* Mncklnne 4s MnrqueUe 11. .K. Co.
IMUIIBmd aweclttcatlona fop rxttmilveOro Hooka to
tio built at l*i. HU Unaeo. MleliUaiu are now ready
*nd can be Been at tbu oitleuauf ihu Company al
l)alroll. Midi. TeinlwfurtWawork
sml. t«o«lY.4W u tho "iiSSirtteiK^lerJjSi^
T~
to Grain-E
Pranoiala. with plana and tuncUlratlnna, will be re*
OclTl, I*M, at the otnue of Ilia Kentucky
I‘ablio Klovaiur fcomponyi In tbU city, for tint bulMj
Inuof a rlrat*ola»» Untin Elevator of u capacity of
(nvsLininuss? u
l.ulTf VU.I.». Ky.. tlcpt I. itßl.
JiIiONVUIAL VHIAUETI'HS.
UaeJeffera* Original Uroncblaltlg*
arelto*. for tho relief and euro of
Catarrh, May hover. HoarionoM,
Cold*, Cough*. Aaibuia. HrouchUl*.
I Headache. ORen»lve Hroulb. OW.
I sold by all DrugaUU. cent*.
' F. KIU& bl'brilENrt A to.,
I'rops.. Chicago
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER
OPENING
e
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
We shall offer an entire
ly new line of Dress
Trimmings, Buttons,
Bead Gimps, and Passe
menteries, the finest
goods in this department
ever shown in the West.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
We have a beautiful as
sortment of REAL and
Imitation LACES, em
bracing many new de
signs never before shown.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
at our opening
TODAY
We display the largest
assortment of HOSIERY
in Chicago, at prices that
cannot be approached,
and a large line of Gen
tlemen’s -Furnishing
Goods; also, Silk Um
brellas.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
Our assortment of Nov
elties and Fancy Goods
will be one of the great
attractions.
G. A. COUTANT & CO.
at our opening
TODAY
Our Ladies’ and Chil
dren’s Muslin Under
wear will be found to
contain many New
Styles.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
IXI)USTUIAL JiXJ’OSITIOX.
TSfEK-STAfE
industrial
Exposition
OF CHICAGO.
THE GREAT ANNUAL INDUSTRI
AL and ART EXPOSITION of AMER
ICA is now open, and will continue day and
evening (Sundays excepted) until xt o’clock
p. m. Saturday, Oct. as, xBBx.
Every Department is replete with the lat
est and best, and all arrangements for the
Exhibition are complete and admirable.
Fine Art, Natural History, Mechanical
Industry, Textile Fabrics, Household and
Persona! Ornaments, Agriculture, Floricult
ure, and Horticulture, are well represented.
Whether for critical study or instruct ve
and pleasant entertainment, this exhibition
will present a rare opportunity to the intelli-
ORCHESTRA
of 3X pieces, including 4 celebrated Soloists,
is engaged lor the entire term.
Admission: j
Excursion rates and low fares on al
railroads.
SAWS.
SAWS!
Curtis fc Co.
40 Franklin St.. Chicago
811 to 819 N. Second St., St. Louis,
M*nnfictur«r.of Kviru iittfrijiiioHol Circular,
Mill, lUiilCroM-CiU Him* |
w J¥ftsSr». u vi , r. , s, 's.ssft!air.
Uuiftry Iviu'iTst. Hk>v 44mnim;r»j. Cliff l"»
»ud aif Huw nni IMiuilhk
AOKMT* FOR Hairing rartfuHy
TANITE
Our Nnw Illuatratcd Cntnluicua
UAllod (nw oh ain>llcaUou.
ARTISTS ’ BIATKIUAIjS.
A. H. ABBOTT & CO.,
ARTISTS’ MATERIALS
. Of Ktery UwocrU'Oon,
Drawing I’niiorn, lustninimits, &c.
147 State-at„ Chicago.
OPTICAL OOOJJS*
isF pgnaAw
i roleu^^^^BuiLmNG
Fine Spectacle* suited to all light* jm iclonilfh
principle*. Opera and Fluid (Haases, 'leloscopo»,Ml
croscupes. Uarouuiuri. etc.
15, 1881—TWELVE PAGES.
01-HNINd
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
Our Millinery SHOW
ROOM will be thrown
open, and a beautiful dis
play of PARIS PAT
TERN BONNETS will
be on exhibition and sale.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
We will exhibit a line of
Turkish and Smyrna
Rugs, Turkish- Scarfs
and Towels;| also, In
dia Curtains,'. Japanese
Wares, Kiota-,and Satsu
ma Porcelains* Plaques.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
The whole Third Floor
will be filled with a rare
collection of Modern and
Antique Novelties, diffi
cult to describe and wor
thy of inspection.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
We call your especial
attention to our assort
ment of Clocks, Bronzes,
&c., and our GRAND
DISPLAY of JEWEL
RY.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR .OPENING
TODAY
We will shdjw more than
one hundred' different
styles in CORSETS, in
cluding a full line of the
celebrated C. P. Goods.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
Sensation!
Suits made to order in six
hours; Pants, four hours,
during Fair Week, to ac
commodate our friends from
the country who intend to
stay but one day in Chicago.
Leave your measure at 10
a. m., and I will have your
Suit ready for you at 4 p. m.
Pants to order, from $4.00 to
$10.00; Suits to order, from
$15.00 to $40.00; Overcoats
to order, from $14.00 to $35.
Tim
TAILOR.
S.Vf. Cor. Clark and Adanis-sks.
Open until 8 p. m.; Saturdays, 10 p. m.
NEW I*UJiLICA TIONS,
ESTABLISHED 1836.
XIIE
NEW YORK
WEEKLY
EXPRESS
ONE DOliliA.lt A YEAH.
tF*Tho oldest, best, and cheapest of the
New Y'ork Weeklies, nod ike mast attract*
Ive Fnmtly tlotirnnl for (he Fhrnier and
Country Merchant published.
tV”TUB NEW YOltK WEEKLY EX*
PltKbH publishes each week the llraaklyn
Tabernacle Kermoninl* Kov. T. UK WITT
TALUAOEi by direct arrangement with
him, and le (he only Journal publishing (hem
by authority.
It will also puhlUh from time (o time the
notable ecrutoiie of other eminent divine* of
New York, Brooklyn, and other cltlee.
NEE TUB OUK.iT I'UBUIUU 1,1 bT.
Now Is the Time to Subscribe./
Address nil Correspondence
THE WEEKLY EXPRESS,
No. 23 Park Row,
GAS FIXTURES.
Gas Fixtures
New 0 wlint* Uu will Konue.im fixture* at fuciorr,
CT »ud IW ue*r Ua4Uuu.
OI’JiXIA'a.
t
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
Kid Gloves in all the new
and desirable shades, in
3,4, and 6 buttons, in the
Monogram, Foster, and
Bijou. All gloves fit
ted. to the hand.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
We will offer a full line
of Knit Worsted Goods,
embracing Ladies’ and
Children’s Hoods, Jack
ets, Leggings, Infants’
Boots, and Shirts, &c.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
Ask at the JEWELRY
COUNTER for the lat
est novelty,—llluminous
Glass Match Receiver.
It can be seen at night
or in the darkest room.
A beautiful ah well as
useful ornament.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
Ask for the new idea in
FANS, Pink, Blue, and
all the new shades, to
match Dress Goods for
Evening Wear.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
at our opening
TODAY
We will display a full
assortment of Druggists’
Sundries. Please exam
ine this line and get our
prices.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
CRAVES &
RULING,
133 & 135 Wabasli-av.,
JOBBERS OF
Fancy Dry Goods.
NOTIONS,
HOSIERY, *c.
Wo invito tlio Inspection ol
close buyers.
TERMS— 4 per cent, 60 days;
5 per cent, 30 days; or 6 per cent,
10 days.
Tlw best jh
Hun Scar/ ei
cr made.
Special m
tachinent fo
turned dote,
collars, ■
Samples set
to thetrnileo.
application
THOMAS & HAYDI
SliniiirUclurt
204 Madison*)
BUSINESS CARDS.
An upon iiraM, h powerful and economical *» i
"THE HESS FURNACE.
HESS STOVE CO.,
Ho. 69 LaKe-st,
H. A. HUT & GO.,
Wholesale Druggists,
114 & 116 Lake-st.
NEW YOBKi
PRESSED BRICTi
iiiK •chicauo iMitu’D I’liKHriEiumicK c 0.,;;
kituiufacturura of Hupurlor " liul. Hud l*rt!i>*oo lirluk.
tlio ccmiury. from work* »t lorwr. umte. wm
ti«llu*iU, iiuuiu <U,
To accommodate the
public we shall KEEP
OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M.
this evening.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
A large line of Zephyrs
and Hand-work Goods
will be ready ior your
inspection.
C. A; COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
You will find the newest
styles in Leather Goods,
-Pocket-Books, Belts,
Bags, &c.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
Hats, Flowers, Plumes,
and FANCY FEATH
ERS in great profusion.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
A superb assortment of
RIBBONS & PLUSH
ES, in plain and fancy
styles.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
AT OUR OPENING
TODAY
A complete assortment
of the celebrated Vienna
Bent-wood Furniture, for
which we are the agents.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
THE GREAT DAY
GREAT FAIR.
THURSDAY, Sept. IS,’Bl,
The Fair Now Complete
in Every Department.
GREfIfSHOWS IN
THE RING TODAY.
Three Good Races—Trol
ting and Running, and
little Brown Jug
SCARFS.
Against his own unrivaled
record of a:xi 3-4.
AH IMMENSE ENTERTAIN
For Fifty Cents.
ovexixg.
TODAY
at our opening
TODAY
ALL Goods retailed at
wholesale prices.
C. A. COUTANT & CO.
OF THE
THE KING OF PACERS,
Uariisnn-st. Ears direct to the Track Gates.
S If MM Kit
W iIELVE 1)E UE HOUSE
(KVUOPKAK I'l-.INM
A 3UHHSL OK KXCKU.HMK.
Fonrtli>*r., corner IHIh.M. (Union h(|u*re), *. V.
TI»U now nnrt otouartt
SR Wconlliut u>
fuvttUun. *
JOMFIMI W KIIIII.K. Proprietor.
BEAVER UKERESORT SKI
iiILSSS
F*M*Bi'QV Monroo-il. tlilcttw ; ____
SCALICS*
—FAIRBANKS’
1 jff-'H UTAMDAItD
f!7 SCALES
J 1 SHnn y* AU. KINDS.
J SB^nrAIRBANKB.MORIBAOO.
GW** Cor. uu «i. * rmh *•».,
in SMI.T TjIKCIWUIK.
kstauuast.
LIKE ’EM,
n.lAtni'n eveuv hay now.
UVSIBIS a. B «A£?^K2.
J W IUI W wu»*uu«n*»u
i
S£ r
PIVE CENTfs.
NEWS IN BRIEF.
There was ho vary decided improvement
In the President’s condition yesterday; Iti
fact, it Is probably more correct, to say that
ho-merely held his own. Ho was re
moved to a reclining chair,whore he rested
about an hour and a half. During
n portion of tills time lie slept He had
morn refreshing sleep than usual, partook of
miller more food than on the previous day,
seemed to be more cheerful, and certainly
looked better; yet the temperature ond
pulse at the evening dressing was by no
means reassuring, and the respiration rose to
21. The physicians, notwithstanding, main
tain that tho patient's symptoms are favor
able. Dr. Bilss alleges that tho pus-eavltlcs
in tho back ore mere skin eruptions, and he
manages to explain away any other unfavor
able symptoms that may appear.
A slight shock of earthquake was felt at
irecnwlch, Klusrs County, New Brunswick,
rcsterdny.
Partly cloudy weather, local rains, and
winds shifting to colder northwesterly for
this region today.
Tun sixth animat convention of tho Mutual
Ilanctll Association of the United States was
commenced In this city yesterday afternoon.
Hour SIOO,OOO worth of gold bullion was
purchased In Holland yesterday for ship
ment to Now York. About 9‘i r »0,000 worth
of bullion will bo shipped from London to
day.
An effort Is being made to secure the re
lease of Mrs. Adelaide Roberts, who was
committed to tho lunatic asylum at Elgin In
November, 187l>, for shooting and killing Mr.
Thcordoro B. Weber hi the office of Mr,
Jtlsscn. /
innijirms won tho St. I-eger yesterday.
This victory was on casyonc. Geologist, who
came la second, was alength behind. Archer
todo tho winner. Since his easy victory Iro
quois has become second favorlt for tho
Cesurewitch Stokes.
Du. Wii.uam Warrest Gheene, a dele
.gate to tho International Medical Congress
held in London recently, died on the return
voyage, and was burled at sea. Dr. Greeno
was a graduate of tho Ami Arbor Medical
School. Hu has a son and daughter living at
Ami Arbor.
The coal-miners of tho Pittsburg district
have determined to ask for an Increase of
from three and a half to tour cenls per bushel
for mining, tho advance to date from today.
The mlue-owners, it Is believed, will concede
the advance, and there will bo no strike lu
all proonhlllty. Tho New Orleans labor
troubles have ended.
The attendance at tho Chicago Fair yes
terday was quite large. All arrangements
in connection with this new Chicago enter
prise are now In perfect working order; ami
there Is every promise of complete tfuccess.
The magnificent display of tat cattle and
blooded horses continues to excite the ad
miration of all visitors. ‘
Ovkr 823.000 have already been subscribed
In New York for tho Michigan sufferer*
Collections oro being made In Boston; Mem
phis has contributed 81,000 already, ami
promises more; Jackson, Midi., yesterday
forwarded a carload of wheat, a carload oC
clothing, and 8500 to tho sufferers. Jacksou
had already sent 81,000.
Tin: Trades-Union Congress In session afc
London has declared very emphatically
against Uie “Fair Trade” agitation. Tho
paragraph in the presiding oftlcer’s address
which referred to the “nonsense of pro
tection” was enthusiastically cheered, and
tho members of Kalr-TraUo Associations
were not recognized nsboiuxfidc members
of the convention.
jl. Leon Chotteao, who Is not unknown
In this country, has Just published two
totters, one addressed to tho French Minister
o( Foretell Affairs, tho other to French
Chambers ot Commerce, protesting against
tho decree of last February prohibitory of tho
Importation Into Franco ot American pork,
and asking for the abrogation of tho decree.
SI. Chottenu proposes to call it meeting at
I'arls at an early day to further tho purpose
set lorth hi Ills letters.
Actino-Skcuetaiiy of State llitt has
requested tho chairman ot tho French 110
edition Committee ot Now York to flx some
other day than tho 10th ot October for tho
reception ot the French visitors to tho York
lown celebration. In this connection It may
ho stated that tho Mayor of Baltimore has
uolllled lha Slate Department that ohibornto
preparations aro lu progress hi that cltyi tor
' tho reception ot tho distinguished visitors.
Diimitiieuia Is epidemic In llussln. In
somo parishes all tho children under ir. years
have died of tho dread disease. The con
tagion llrst appeared lu Bessarabia In WiJ.
blneu thou It has spread over tho south of
llussla, from whence It lias spread towards
tho east and northwest. In tho Province of
I'ultowa, which lias less than SOO.OOO peon e,
there have been 45,M1! persons stricken by
Uio disease, and ot these 18.7115 have died.
TUB drum Jury of the District otCalum
bla was adjourned yesterday until the Sd fit
October ut tbo Instance of District-Attorney
Covkblll. It was expected that tbo Grand
Jury would lake some action on Uio Mar
ruulo Investigation, and those who wish tbo
shir-route thieves punished are not a little
puzzled at tho action ot Sir. Corkhlll. It was
oven expected that tbo Uowgnto case would
be presented to thetlraud Jury before long.
AS autopsy In tho case ot Gen. llnrnsldo
shows that he died of angina pectoris. Iho
(ioveruor of Uhodo leland has ordered tho
Statu militia to parade at Uio funeral of tho
deceased soldler-stalcsuiau. Tbo Union
veterans and tho civic soolotllos have uso
been Invited to participate hi the parade.
Ylco-rreshlont Arthur has directed tho
Sorgeaiit-at-Anua of Uio Senate to Invito all
tbo United States Senators to attend tbo ru
ueml. '
CoiiMissiosKullAUMhodncontorencewllh
a committee ot private bankers yesterday
with reference to the proper Interpretation
In tho ease of private banks of hoc. tw
of Uio llovlsed Statutes, which provides for
the manner of levying and collecting .bank
taxes. Tho principal point of dllforcmio bo.
tween Commissioner Uauni and Uio private
hankers Is no to on what the tax shall bo as
sessed. It Is probable that tho cu “^ re ““
of yesterday will lead to a full un
detslondlng on this question. The private
bankets, particularly In tbo largo cities, uav a

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