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?OMI'. HAPPENINGS. NEWSY NOTUS.
MISm-l-ANE-M S MATTERS.
What to Buy and Wasrs lo Buy
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AID DI IN I HI- KN OK AVOU.
If -on w?nt a good ( lo i-t ni;ii Advertise?
ment In ii paper read l?y evcr> body la town,
you had better telephone "lin- Time?"of
ttn- et once.
At the Mae Orphan Asylum to-mor
evening at I o'clock. Kev. A. Harris,
Rabhi Of Beth Ahaba syna._-o.i-ue, will
conilnct gospel son-: service- Music by
the male orphan choristers.
This midiiiin_: at thc Mayo-street syna?
gogue Kev. I). Kuhenstein will officiate,
and, with his two sons, will render
A Novel - l?ini.
At the -Meting of the Committee on
Claims and Salaries last Bight, Mr. Homer
presented a c aim against the city for $10.
This was the amount of damage done his
house by waves (caused hy the city tag)
breaking w indow-irlass therein, during
the late high-water. The claim was re?
A Country Wedding.
Mr. QeorgC W. Sinoot, of Richmond,
and Miss Hettie Alexander, of Henrico,
were married Thai-day at Curls Neck, in
Henrico, in the presence of a large num?
ber of friends anti relatives, ladadiag
many persons from Hiclnnond. The cere?
mony was performed by Hev. Francis .1.
Boggs. Mr. Sinoot is a merchant of this
city and is a member of the City Central
Purchase of Valuable Property.
Major .James H. Dooley has bought the
Richie farm, Letter known now as the
Crenshaw farm, near the reservoir prop?
erty. It contains about ninety acres, and
the price paid was $:.">0 an acre. The
ground lies well, and it is understood
that Major Dooley thinks of building: a
handsome residence there. The property
is bounded on the north Ly Shields' grove,
on the south by the canal, on the east
hy Haxall and Pollard property, and
on the west by the reservoir property.
Thc New PollM Telephone and Telegraph
The Committee on Ordinances met last
night and recommended in proper form
the adoption of the ordinances, increasing
the police force by the addition of four?
teen new men. They also recommended
the ordinance appropriating $5,600 for
erection anti maintenance of the police
telephone and telegraph signal service.
The proposed system will comprise fifteen
Stations and i wo pit roi wagons. The
wagons to be manned by members of the
Cut Down in Hean ty's Bloom.
Miss .Josie, eldest daughter of Mr J.
Thomas Pulling, died Thursday evening
at the residence of her parents, No. 811
West Main street. Miss Pulling was just
budding into young womanhood,anti was
beloved by all who knew her. Mr. Pul?
ling is one of l.ichmond's best-known
printers, as well hs most popular musi?
cians, and his many friends will deeply
sympathize with himself and wife in this
sad dispensation of Providence. The
funeral will take place this morning at ll
o'clock from the <"race-street (Dr. Head's)
In the City Circuit Court yesterday the
trial of the cause of Saunders vs. Kain
In August last Saunders, who is a po?
liceman, reported Kain for selling liquor
on Sunday. Kain was tried in the Police
Court anti acquitted. Kain then applied
to Squire Harrell for a warrant against
Saunders for perjury, which was rein.ci.
He then applied to Police Justice Rich
ardson for . warrant, who also refused.
He then went Lack to Squire Barrett,Bad
insisted upon haviag a warrant. The
warrant was laaaad accordingly.
Saunders was arrested and locked up
In a eell in the Third .-tation-hoii.se until
bailed. In the Police Court Saunders
was honorahly acquited. Ile now sins
Kain for $10,000 damages for false im?
The point in dispute was as to whether
or no it was poaatble for Saunders to s*.
into the har room. To solve this point
the jury yesterday visited Kain's saloon
to see the exact location of the different
C. V. Meredith represents the plaintiff;
Edmund Waddill and John 8. Wisc, the
The evidence was heard, anti the <MU
argued for the plaintiff yeaterday, after
which the jury was adjourned until 10
?'cloe'*, this non-lag.
OSSa*-*! to Le Lowered.
The cold-wave Bag was still flying last
night. If it is not taken down shortly
the weather will become so cold as to be
inn nvsinn-A Bonana
Of niabmend aa Tlawed by lb* Raata
If you are fond of ticer, patronize Vir?
ginia industry, and call for Robert Port?
lier'* celebrated Vienna Cabinet and Ti?
voli beers. Thc weakest man, it is said,
can raise a schooner of thin over the bar.
Attention has already been called to
the lovely and exquisite designs for chi
naware to be IOHM at Robert Harrold'*. J
He ls constantly making additions to his ?
?tock, and he guarantees his prices to he j
"How, Brothers, How" is an old song.
Howe Brothers, llorlsts, is not hucIi an
old linn, hut for a new one they can't be
bent. At No. Sill Weat Broad street they
have one of the finest display! Ol CUt |
Howers, eanielias, lilies, rosebuds, aVc,
in the city. Wedding anil funeral de
slfns a specialty.
At Charlie Heuser's, LIL! Kain street,
can be found a tine assort merit of wines,
liquors, and cigars. Restaurant and bil
Wardroom. "( harlie" is one of the Lest
hoys in the city, anil will give you first
class fare at all times.
George W. Anderson A Son have
everything that is useful and beautiful in
upholstery goods and papex-hangine.
Thc name of Anderson is a household
word in this line in Richmond, and the
sons hid fair to perpetuate the good name
won hy the father.
Soap is cheaper than dirt, and cleanli?
ness is next to godliness, so make tracks
at once for the Kxcclsior-Steam Laundry.
No. 796 Hast Main, and have your wash?
ing done. Stacy's Motto te Excelsior in
everything but his charges ; in this he is
Dr George IL Steel, while not a veteran
in years, has Leen pulling teeth in Rich?
mond BO long, that he seems a veteran
dentist. He has with him his son, Dr.
Charles L. Steel, and they will welcome
all old friends and many new ones at
their parlors. No. 798 Main street.
Hill Snelling- brags ou beringa veteran.
That is. he is a veteran member of the
Old Pegram Battalion. He also knows
what will suit the public palate in what
ls good to eat nnd drink; and the host of
the season can he found at the Merchants
Exchange, No. 'A South Twelfth street.
.lohn F. Toler is a Richmond hoy who
has spent the beet years of his life in the
llorist business. He knows all shout it,
and at Park avenue and Laurel Street
you will Snd everything needed in his
line. Cut Howers always on hand, and
any kind of design furnished at short no?
Lancaster <fc Lucke are well known as
among the most reliable bankers and
brokers in the land. They are at 021
Main street, and are prepared to execute
For Sweet Charity's Nuke.
Will not our various charitable aaaoci
atiOOS make an effort, and begin early, io
so as to relieve the necessities of the de?
serving poor? Street begging should in
stopped. Let it Le known that DO wor?
thy poor person shall sutler for a little
bread or fuel, and possibly the great nui?
sance of from door-to-door begging can
be stopped. The superintendent of out?
door charity should have funds at hand
for this purpose. It is hard that in a City
like Richmond, full Of churches and
Christian people, that any one should be
Buffering. It is hard to refuse to give
when appealed to. hut there must besoms
system, or the public will he imposed
upon. Let the Committee on Poor, or
some committee of citizens, take the mat?
ter in hand. If proper effort is made, it
is certain that no one in Richmond who
deserves aid will suffer this winter.
The Bold (Mumer Hoy's.
The Howitzers gave their first sociable
of the season at their Armory last night.
There were about sixty couples present.
Everything passed Off nicely, and when
the gay crowd dispersed at a late hour it
was unanimously voted a perfect success.
The hot supper upon such a cold night
was especially appreciated, and was fur?
nished hy Veteran (caterer) C. L. Siegel
in his usual good style.
The committee consisted of Captain T.
II. Starke, Sergeant XV. E. Word, and
Corporal C. W. McFarlane, which gentle?
men are entitled to much credit for their
Thc Parwan Performaaef).
"Frou Pron" and "Esmeralda*1 were
given yesterday hy the Huntley dilbert
Company in the most acceptable style
To-night they close there engagement.
To-day "Rosedale" will hi; repeated hv
request at the matinee. To-night the
ever-popular "Hazel Kirke" It [shoped
that there will be large audiences al each
performance. Thc plays are among the
beat, and the full strength of this tine'
company will be brought out at each per
forniance. Next week the greet play of j
"The Silver Kim.*," and Ben Magtnley in
"May Blossom," two of the Lest plays in '
the language, Will be interpreted by star !
Our Foreign < limmen e
The Danish brig Argus, with a cargo of
1,870 barrels of Hour, valued at $8,688 50,
shipped by the Haxall-Cren.-liaw Com?
pany and Dunlop -A Met ance cleared yes?
terday for Pelotas, Brazil.
The British hark Natal, 1,008 tonuge,
sixteen crew. Captain Porter, with a
cargo of 3,850 bales of cotton, valued at
$17o\950, cleared yesterday for Liverpool.
Thc American schooner Maggie cleared
at thc Custom-house yesterday, coast?
wise, in ballast for Baltimore to i?c over?
Isaac Blankinship, for malicious as?
sault, and .lames Stevens, for forgery,
were received at the penitentiary yeetl i
day. The former gets Ave years and
a-half, the latter two years. Both como
from Montgomery county.
Cate* DUp?Md af YaflUrtlaf.
John McCoull and John Miles (colored)
were sent on to the grand jury for house?
COMMITTED IN DEFAULT.
Robert Taylor (colored), charged with
receiving stolen goods, was sent to jail In
default of tf'HXl security for his good be?
havior for twelve mouths.
Charles Nelaon (colored) was also sent
dow n in default of surety. Nelson
abased and caned thc offlcera of the First
Sim TO Till". COUNTY At'THOUITIKf*.
Simon Joaea (colorrd), charged with
stealing an overcoat from llarvev Peat
ley, WU handed iver to the Henrico
officials, the alleged offense having been
committed in the county.
Supreme Court of Appeal*.
The following cases were considered
Godwraaad others against Emhuryand
Aberaathy against Phillips. Submit*
Adkins against Edwards?two cases.
Put on privileged thicket.
(lover against ChamLcrlain. Suhmit
Whitehurst'* administrator against
Whitehurst. Argued Ly Robert M.
Hughes, Esq., for appellant, and VV. W.
()ulit for appellee, and suhmitted.
Bradley agaiasl Zehmer and others.
Argued by Samuel D. Davies for appel
laat, and Jndge Joaeph B. Badd for ap
Bayley agaiaat Galaee. Motion to put
on privileged docket denied.
Thomas (roxton, Esq., was allowed to
practice ai counsel.
A Reminiscence of the Kocketts I loot).
Lucinda Page, administratrix of Cyrus
Page, deceased, yesterday, through
Messrs. Edgar Allan anti Edmond Wad
dill, .Jr., her connel, instituted a suit in
the Circuit Court against the city of
Richmond for $10,000, sustained Ly the
death of her husband, tyrus Page wa
drowned last spring while attempting to
croea Williamsburg aveaue, just beyoad
King'- mill, dnriag a freshet In the river,
c;ill-illLr the avenue to Le Hooded. lt is
claimed Ly the plaintiff that it w a> through
the negligence of the city that the de?
ceased [Oat hi- life
A Hcaiitiful Drill.
Thc young ladies of St. Marks' church
gare .'. drill and supper al the Hcgimental
Armory last night. Thc proceed- <>f the
entertainment are to Le devoted to the re
paiatiag Of tin' church. Each yOUBg lady
wore a handsome uniform, and their
movement- in the tactic- were perfection
itself. The young ladlee, thirty-aii in
number, were under the command of J.
N..t Much DtsaMad.
The accident which occurred to the
steamer <>1<1 Point Comfort, and men?
tioned in Tm; Timks of yesterday, did
not prevent thal steamer from making
her usual trip to I 'ape Chillies ( itv. She
was Dp on time yeaterday and left at the
umiuI hour to.day.
Professor Walter Davidson, the famous
tonsorial artist, requests us to state that
his patron- have sometimes made a mis?
take about the location of hi.s saloon,
which is at Xo 712 East Main.
Ventilated Water-Proof Clothing;.
The need of a well-ventilated wale;
proof garment has long Leen felt. This
need is now supplied Ly the use of My?
er's Patented Ventilated epaulette coats
for ladie- mid gentlemen. This system
of ventilation is now in use in England
and the United States. Waterproof- of
varied color and style, and perfectly ven?
tilated may Le had only at the Virginia
Rubber Co., 518 E. Broad street, and at
Fourqurean, Price A) Co.
lt I* a lact
that Dr. David's Cough Syrup is perfectly
harmless ami the most effective cun
Coughs, Colds. Bronchitis, Croup.
known. Don't take any ol'the ''just-aa-good
(so-called) cough nins offered yon becauas
they cost the seller less, Lut Insist upon hav?
ing Dr. David's <'..,: ?:. Syrup.
The tame Old Tale.
The cold wave is al hand. So is the
season tor "" V.. A. St iimt>t's famous IL t Tom
iiiiU Jerry." Apple Toady. Oysters in every
possible.-i lye. Corner Eighth and Main streets.
ought to he without a Lottie of that !>?
family remedies, hr. David's Cough Syrup.
I'liii^i-iit Spicy News.
That horse radish cut in our own mil)
and guaraateed strictly pun. Thi- mill
cuts the article untformty and with entire
cl'lulim ss, an.! so we claim superiority
over the old loind-i/rKti'r. Von know
what our Old Dominion Sauce is. Con?
noisseurs tell us daily it equals imported.
All consumers of these articles should
ask their grocer for them ami take no
other. The trade supplied Ly the manu?
facturer-. .Links BBO-.A Co.,
LUI*, ('arv str.-et.
Last year th.- coupoaa received by the
State for t.-ixe-,; nf ( apiioi officers report
amounted to |56,000. If not more than
doable thia amount is received this year,
Second Auditor Ruffi*- doesn't think it
will embarraas the Baanceao. theCom
ntoawealth. Reports have not yel
received from much more thin a third of
the State These indicate that theil
many coupons have be* n tendered tin. ns
Advertise in Lie Daily Tr.;i.-.
Hl-ONAL PARA6BAPI8, HINOB MKV
TIOK, AND LOCAL LACONICS.
Th? New* ofthe Day BoUod Down
and S-prTed Up in Con
Hon. Thomas Croxton was in the city
There will be no services at the Sol
diers' Home to-morrow evening.
Mr. W. w. Scott, of Richmond, is at
the Bbbltt House, Washington.
Ceneral W. H. F. Leeand Congressman
W. K. Guinea, arrived in Washington
Richmond and Danville stock stands
up to iso. and \\ esl Point terminal U>08)
in New Vork.
Attempted robberies are -till reported
in the vicinity of Clay and Gttmer, Smith
and Hancock streets.
The fountain in front of the Capitol
building looked quite seasonable yester?
day decked in its wintry garb of Ice.
Mr. Jasper Et Hall, whose serious in?
disposition was noted in yesterday's
Timi:.**, was reported better yesterday.
Mr. J. M. Lockwood, of Richmond,
attended the funeral of his brother, Rex.
H. M. Lockwood, In Baltimore, fhurs
Miss Winnie Davis was one of the guests
at the elegant reception given by Mrs.
Hicks-Lord in New Vork, Thursday
T. B. R, Wright, Commonwealth's At?
torney of Essex, and Rex. H G. Cowan.
of Chesterfield, were at the Capitol yester?
The Committee on Fire Alarm and Po?
lice Telegraph held their regular meeting
last night. Nothing of especial Interest
W, IL Wells and IL G. Forrester, lat*
letter-carriers at thc pOBtofflce, reque
that it he -tated that they did not resign,
but were removed.
Chief-Engineer Arthur L. fauna was
chairman of the Aseociatlon of virginia
Firemen, which met In Portsmouth
Mi-s Sallie F. Chandler, formerly of
Richmond, has Leen promoted from i
$1,800 to an $1,800 clerkship tn the Pen?
sion office at Washington.
Mr. George Gb Ware has Leen appoint?
ed hoeeman of Steamer So. ?">, Kichmond
Fire Department, to till a vacancy caused
by the resignation of Mr. F. W. Dix.
The Washington CtitkmmjB'. Mr. and
Mrs. S. s. Flam, a bridle couple from Rich?
mond, Va., are spending the honeymoon
in this city, and have apartments at the
All of the young ladies at the drill at
the Armory last night wore button-hole
bouquets, presented by Captain .I. Q.Der?
byshire and arranged by Mr. C. K. Hoper,
at II. A. Catlin -
Mrs. George A. Minor, whose happy
marriage was so recently chronicled, was
called to Southampton county yesterday;
to attend the funeral of her mother, Mr-.
Flizalicth IL Prince.
Hon. William Wirt Henry is in Phila?
delphia on attendance at a meeting of the j
commissioners to devise plans tor the|
centennial of the promulgation of the
Both the wholesale and retail mer?
chants report a vcrv good beginning of
the holiday trade. The Loom i- not cnn
lined simply to Christmas good-, hut em?
braces all Staple articles.
The allidavits of Messrs. Carroll and
Jefferson, of Alexandria, that they heard
juror Howells say that Cluverius ought
to be bung before he left for Richmond,
have been Beni to the Governor.
io ffootno in* *iavi?g?i BffMMt.
"Mary, suppose you Bing MlUOthl
"Oh, it's so late. Charlie. I'm afraid it.*-'
? *.'.':? every ona."
"Thai's too bad." eirlaimnd Charley erith
. ? rv Appearance of di-tr?w.
"Bat why do you want mo to sing, d. ;.i "
he tenderly Inquired.
"Why, you im,'' oe replied, "a fellow I owl
$5 to has been waitius outside all evenin
m., and I thought may bf) if you'd sing a little
hod jo away."?Pittsburg Dispatch.
Gh-hooly has a flu* pointer, but, (ins Dc
.Smith bas non*.
"Let us go bunting; to-morrow," said Gus.
"Lut how wiil you f-*t along without a
You haven't got any!"
''Of course I haven't any dog, If I had a
dog of my own, do yon suppose I'd esk you
togo along!1"?Texas Siftin^'s.
Th* Thing He mme Moat in N.ml of.
Airplieant?IM hk* a?a?a?pi-place in?
Postmaster?Ah, indeed! Have you any
Applicant?The?the? iin-ininicdi.ttc ? !?
livery de-department, sir.?Pittsburg Chron
a broom stasoe oi frederick tno (Lent bm
been placed in Ihe Ball of GHory, m thu
Arsenal of Berlin [tia twice hiv etas, and
represents lum ba his traditional attitude,
with his crooked stick.
Th* nur?eof tha baby Alphonso XL
. isa famous gui now, When tho
roui'isBN received hie tine, ,i, ? ,,-.lt. ...
tba king of Portugal she ?
trust his litti* majesty will keep ins w
Prince Alexander of Battsnbnrg bsa
1170,00001 his .. ,: gaina to the
fthecharmi i ?? i . - .,, Charlot
benfield, mar Bchaffhaneen. Uta said to bo
ue of the flnt-.,t paiaew of the kind n,
**TVrs waaa aaaay wagra ta ssmko
(faa old Maw tami aaa'! ha warka* aea\" tt_J
Col. BU. as ka sat la tte terrMer af ta*
G-rend hat-el, Oiacin-tat-, yeeUr-ley after -
noon talkinc te a fc-i**-td. "Back ia 1M7 i
wat) ste wur*i ot the aeldea A;*- as cool ?
orafti aa ever tailr-d between kereand Orl'vi".
Ono day a gelored uian with a good dual of
white Woad ia his veil**- raine to me and said:
'.Hay, ruast*a, yea want to make tome laouoyr*
a,Ti*n, Ita,' I saaavanrl.
u 'vTolJ, yea fian taha tue dewe le Orlanns
and-Hll mn for $1,4.10. Pas a likely _igj**?r.
(Uid worth dat.'
"'Bu', do yon want to go into tlaveryT
u'Not much. Yon tell ma I ? aa ??
ooma bael; wt divide tht money. Then you
can sell BM a**_iu.'
"It w-vt not, without lorau misgiving- that I
aaosftad ths naval proposition, but I took
him atong with me, and as 1000 at the ?"*?"' len
Asps raachad Orleeaa I ted him te aaa slavs
market Tha auctioneers dravted him up In
a now suit, pat a smart cap on his head aad
the sui ? ooounaaoad. Ela was a likely nigger,
aaraanoiigb, and sold for It.-JOO. I got |1,000
in cash sad B murtga?** for g-loo. Well, I
cams back to Ctn innati, ind in aboot thr?*a
weeks back -ame the cooa. Next trip I sold
hun s mi for $1,900, lt waa against
the law to v-ll tba same nigger twice after h.*
hadaaoaped. hut. avery three or four wi
Ld have that oaon on my hands agaiu. I sold
him tu. Baton Rouge, \ Icksborg, Memphi
ami st "."iv port on th** river.
?AL last I traded him off for a terrlLie
looking nigger and got $800 to boot Then I
sold the nigger 1 bad traded for for a right
smart mm. This time Fields that was his
name ?lid not. turn up for six mon .ht, and I
-brought he waa dona for, sure; hut ho came
roond on i day and wo divided BO. Then fut
mortgages cams due, and I collected them,
bayer sayin1 th? coon Lad Bscapsd.
it's ths honest truth, I sold that nigger
fourteen timea Than came the telegraph and
we had to stop it, bot yon cant imagine, how
iiiu.'ii money we coined. These tlay* are not
Uko the old oom for makin- money. "?Nt w
fork Sun. _
Two Fish Storirrj.
They tall 0_ a singular thing that hapi*ened
at Greenwood laka tha other day. The little.
son of Mr. Wishbone, 7 ytars nf sgB thason,
not tin: old man?had Leen in the habit of
lg the pi 'karel tear abound In tht lake,
(rape -ally one of enoi nous siaa tine day the
littkj fellow, winle engaged at this from a
boat in front of bia fatl saidanea, fell
overboard, and this idsntical pickorel, with
a ni.'iuory ol' tba pa-t worthy of all praise,
swam to tbe boy, took the ippel ol bia jack"'
tenderly In his mouth, and swam with hun to
.bet-bore. Tbenseeing that tba lad waa un j
? inp to the house and brought
the family down, lt war ngenougb
, . . then went
ither has been looking ever
-ince for the flab to reward it.
Another singular casa i that of a lady,
who. walking on the banks of the Bro,ix.
heard plaintive cries. Bl about and
saw su.pended in a tree i ? ill catfish,
to strn *gle, and bt ?
help, The lady cliinbed thc ti ?
trembling flab, who appeared to have baan
there ab nt a week. But I tw he got tb
un Explainable unless he was thrown there by
some inhuman angler i sr had the
animal touched th. ground than ne
knelt, at t be lady's feet, kissed the hem of her
garmentt., and manifested ha most extrema
joy anti gratitude, finally throwing hil
Into the water amid profuse apologies f
ing obliged to depart. Aid yet thai
people v. ho say that fish aralncapabls of grati*
tilde.?J, W. Watson m Life
Moro Than He Could Stand.
Peatberly, who was making an evening call,
had been hovering between l '[**? and despair
mr months, but hadn't tha nerve to put lbs
Important question, when Br.dget opened the
door and said:
??('ai. I speak wid ye_ wan minute, Miss
"Certainly, Bridget. What, ia itT
?Wuly"/. plazo tell me wat it'll be for
breakt . I
''Oh. yes. l'ray excuse m-\ Mr. Featherly
I think, Bridget, we will have fried sn ?*.-!
breada Papa ii rory fond o' them."
'"How wull I 'Mok'em, mum?''
'First wash thain rwy carefully, Briil-fet.
f rr ******** ?r_a lj[i a i ffatrtalt pork eat aloaaly to^ethtr as.?
f ort hispurpos. ?,.!;.rdmgue-v li aythe-W?ot
breadain Biilaanhotfi y higj aawbirhbaa-aen
\vi'llliutt.:i*tiLm'l'*t>)ktt>.-*,flnel rown.urnmgfr j
<jUi'ntlyuntilt,!i<)porki.seriNp Tluat ta all.
'"Thank y*-z," said Bridge
K.\it Bridget, leaving yotAg Ft atht ri
stat*- of tremendous ox'dteiwnt
-MissHendricks,"habagE "Mia Clara
Clarar?dear Clara?will ydji oh, will ?
Bul let us retire from tia.) soered ?
New York Sun.
O.ir Modern J>ri|i.
A Oro -rs man once hail mi Aoj rt nti<
waa yous -reen nrMji- wt
world. "Let me teach ) '(Bhow to I
In Lite," sai 1 the ('rtxvryi-B.n; and he '
with pro ?? radi d to Initiate ?._! into the wa)
that lead to Fortune. He nfc owed him - .
to and tha Bugar, pot Le-I-, mto the i
trim down tha Weights, pile a b_lse botto:
in t'ne BBsaaureB, aad snatituts dr
vegetablea for good onaa IrhaBevar tha
toiner's badi arras taned In ci ma af l
the Appian lc ? b ams inor. dexterous In tl
at than tho OrooU /man hlmaalf, a:
which th" latter's heart rex! Bad exceed]
1' ' r, my son," said h "I will Ut v
go to market wu! bay tins'
is my Lank book* go" and
voa punhu.se.?? Bal mst*
market tba Apprentice hur
? out all ins mnatai'l 1 m.v, and
him away tO-C-Uiada
M ral As the twig la tx
j cash for ali
.d of going to
't*l t*> tht Itank.
it the tree is in
lim orown princaof ufmany,aaa -/on
Moltka, ls a very siiem mal. He i.vis m i
domestic way, and is laid to U-hitter!
oppoeeil to tha BB-tf-MOta| ol Ptfinos
Advertise in th, Times.
BOOTS aio snonx.
Aa the $2 SHOE
shoe of the timi -,"'i ??? m
I have tin -J A MKS MEANS HHOl v
mence -a ith; i ext. tin.- HA Sb ..
WAUKENPHAST in Lt" and i on
FRENCH KW WIRE sr kiwi ,
which will give i.ion- wear than
made, .lu-i tin rsJlroe
J, A. GRIGG,
i ABP1 i 8, OIL M.OTU-*, tn
a. r. i
lt. P. KICHARMOlf 4 Cfc,
Cnrpetings, Ch! Clutha, ivis.liiv. -hain
CANTON INDI OCOA ll \
N.. 09 L 11/
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Geo. W.Anderson & Son.
1204 Iv MAIN -I
j no 10-1 mo. |
ii \?. i lia, At.
Are opening tin
SILVER-WARE, DIAMON1 i 'A W il.LY
WATCHES I R ENCH CLOCK
BRONZ1 i'll: \ -, |
the} -bown In the 'itv, and will
can b. bought from ? N ?
Bl i *\m lai NDBX.
rniiK BXt EL8IOR
Si ?* xi ni fi j ii ii ii <1 r j ,
726 E. Main brno id, \
(?ur work in < 'oilers, Cuffs, and 8
(guaranteed <qual to a: laundy
Line Lace <'ur:;iin i uni 1 Blanki
cialty G for and deH*i
Your patronage solicited.
i. ' JTAl
Manager and Manu! icturei Ma
Bedding, &c no ;
lt WKlIRS _ND BROK I K
jMi. I". BRA*, H. f
-THOMAS BR INCH S CO., BANK
EKS AMi i OM MISS ION MKHCII \s I -
BONDS, -I?h KS. in : *?E< I Kl
iud din am. SOLD In thia and all t
office to all the Noi thei n ? \
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a few minutes of
We get quotations every uuai
wiiu li an open for the inspection i
Earliest Informal lon on 1 -*
road and ? 01 ;*? ?ral lon B
di 2 THOMAS h:: \s. h I ?
ANCASTER* I.I I Ll
BANKER8 AND BROKERS
021 ll*'iiii Street
Becuril . ! kind* dealt In and
bought and sold on coromisi
' a BRANCH '
BANKERS IND BROK!
I ? tans ;. ?
John L.Williams & Son,
Bankers and Brokers,
Ko. I ? *
I* 0. !'* i RICHMi ?
I '? ' icrn Bivi
Ill N I I>|V
Drs. GEO. B. & CHAS. L. STEEL,
Main Itll Rkl '
no : - . W&]
HA1.L> CLEANING I BEAM
for KENOV \ i l St; I LOTH I
MOVING U HE AK _ -l''? ;
family. Ask your di r it. t'
i ellis per Lottie.