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HIRD EDITION
The Hprtai Elec lion
▲ DEMOCRATIC TICTOKT IR DETROIT —
THE HKiCf.TS ELBKWHBHE.
a
Detroit, April 7.—John Logan Chap
was elected judge of the Superior
court, of th s city, by a plurality of 1,411
aud a majority of 46 over both the Re
publican and National candidates. Re
turns from the interior come in slowly.
Sixty-two towns heard from give Camp
beil (Rep.), for justice of the Supreme
couit, 1,717; Grosvenor (Rep.), for re
gen ,1,171, and Shearer (Rep.) for regent,
1,101 majority.
Cincinnati, April 7—11.30 i*. m.—
The returns at this hour are not sufficient.
to the result. A
city,
and
tlielr
city,
theC
held
had
w
ney
had
the
did
ter,
mu
to ta.se an opinion
heavy vote was polled. The Democrats,
who during t he day and early pan of the
evening were confident of i lie election of
their entire ticket, now consider the re
sult doubtful.
April 8 — 1 A. M.—The Republicans
now claim the election of Jacobs for
mayor over Harris by a thousand majori
ty. The vote polled is unusually heavy,
equaling that cast at the last presidential
election. The Repu hi cans also claim
the election of the entire city t icket,w th
possibly the exception of the police judge,
loi.riinus, <).. April 7.—Sufficient re
dem 'list rate ttiai the R<
tin
pulilicans have swept the city and elected
G. I». Collins mayor by between (MX) and
12to majority and tin* balance of tlie
ticket by similar figures. They have also
ele ted sufficient members to make the
City Council Republican by five majori
ty. This is the first time since the or
gan zat ion of the party that the Repub
lics ns have elected their candidate for
At Akron tin* entire Demo
it* city ticket was elected with the
exieptioii of street commissioner. At
*s ville the Democrats elect two out
of Ihrer* councilman. At Warren the Re
publican city ticket was elected. At
Fremont the Democrats elect the mayor.
Geneva, Ravenna and Elyria went Re
pu dican. Advices from the smaller
the Reserve show Republican
ma
or.
W.
he
eit,
it
at
he
he
ci a
1'r
tov
vie
»ries.
Uriel' liOi-als.
The first hall of the "G. H. A. Associa
tion." will take place iu W. b.-derV, danc
ing academy, on Friday evening, April
20th. The commute having the alla r in
charge intend to make it a grand success.
^he inquest ov<
D* mhy, came to '
12 o'clock.
ihe body of Perry
end last night about
Tiie Coroner is having a bonanza.
)ver forty witness
th
Deiiihy inquest.
1 money by examining the
k of desirubl -lions«-hold goods
« & Bro.'s new store Market
have time
large sl<
ar Adi
str«
2t.
The Gazktte still i
latge circulation every day.
Smith, Fourth and Shipley .streets deals
iu all kinds of garde
The body of young Vincent, who
drowned in tin* Brandywine about the
tu.ddln of last mouth, was found this
m »ruing.
eases its already
;ed.
Th
accused youtig
men, and several
• s in the Di-mby case, were taken
Castle to-day on the 1:05 p. m..
N
ti
t
Ne
gbo-is, new pri
h. 504
2tdltw.
r Store, ne
"hi arket st reet.
The body of Thomas Bchoois, found
tlie Christiana on Fri-iay last
;
intered iu the Cathedral cemetery
.i'
îsterday.
The reporters as well as the jury in the
Ujeuiby trial, are glad that it is over.
jeds of the finest quality can
bj* found at Smith'« Fourth and Shipley
streets.
The regular term of the U. K. District
Court, commenced this morning.
Notice to the public T w*l! half sole and
li|»el boots and shoes for eta and other
u ending in j»roportiou at C12 Tar nail St.
ap5 fit
Bailey, Cooper A Co's, circus will ex
hibit in this city this day two weeks.
Garden
H. Ward.
None but the bent quality of garden
'«ds kept on hand by Smith, corner of
durth and Shfpley streets.
Dr. Gallagher, No. 835 Market street,
excellent reputation as a deutist.
3
n
There
a good-si
mg to wi
:ed audience
1:
pertorm
Otto," at the Grand Opera
neu of
louse*
1
O thing needed in a first class cook
is to be found in \ he Harvest Hume
/e. This range with tweuty other
atterns of cook stoves is to he found at
and 9 E. Fourth
feb21-tf
i
i
Pickels'», N
Leer.
REINTERRED.
Yesterday, the body of Thomas
'as found on Friday al
ias!., ll'-atiug in th«
Christiana
k near Lobdell's
.cried lV<*m the Pollen» Field
ifteruoon, -,
Jjcdial Cemetery, by untertakei Flynn.
yesterday
1 was interred in the Ca
GREAT REDUCTION IN WOOL
FRINGE*».
Kennaid A Co., intending to close out
h *ir entire line of wool frit
day ofl'-r all colors at 3 cc
12^ cents, and 6 cents, formerly 25 cents
A chance seldom olfeied. Call at once.
s, will this
ts lo.inerly
;
Dkstiuction ok a IlisTomo IIousk*
'The old brick house o
belong
iig to the heirs of the late F. B. Cruik
shank, near Frederick!
t», occupied bv a family n:
!.
ti, Cecil conn
'd Vauzant,
was destroyed iiy tire on Monday morn*
ing. When th*.* British Admiral Cock
,as burning and pillaging the
country on the Chesapeake bay and its
his soldier« visited
»Id brick dwelling
e>t residences in
b
tributaries, j
II iMlii,
ti. Tin
F
brickt
, the
e of the li
the neighborhood, being built of import
ed brick, with thick wails aud erected i
the suh>tantial style then pre
approach of the British all ihe citi
zeu. lli-il, i-xuRiitiiiK Mis* I'atty Chaml
1er, who owned aud
ling. At
th
:cupied the brick
dwelling. She stood bravely at her post
ami defied the efforts of the invaders to
destroy her property. Every ti
i they
mg she extinguished the
ally the euexuy left.*—Cecil
fired the huildi
flames, and tin;
(J t't. Democrat.
otJamacia has seut
i constrictor to the Kmithsuoiau
at Washington.
Wednesday will be the fourteenth an
y ot th« surrender of Lee's army.
The (
a h
I
11 1 V*
New Hardware Store,
i\o. 5 XV. Fourlh Nt.
An entire new' stork of Family Hard,
e, Cut erv ami Méchantes Tools, pur
chased at the Low.*st < ash Price*, will b»
found ready for our friends and ihe
gener. Ily. Call and examine
and price«. FRANK CHAM>LKR
aj-T-0iW No. 4 W
bli
gotxl.*
Fourlh «t.
FOURTH EDITION
U. 8. Dlslrftel Court.
Opening of the April Session—A Csss
Settled—An Officer who Disobeyed
a Summons.
The April term of the U. S. District
Court for the District of Dataware,
opened iu the U. S. Court room, this
city, this morning, Judge Bradford pre
siding.
The roll of the Grand Jury was called
and all the members answered to their
names, were qualified, and retired to
tlielr chamber. Solomon M. Cuitis is
toremau of the jury.
S. A. Macallister, Esq., counsel for
George Steinirken, cigar dealer of this
city, who was arreted for a violation of
theC International Revenue laws, and
held in $1000 bail for appearance at the
present term of Court, stated that he
had prepared an ott'*i of compromise,
w hich had been approved by the Com
missioner of Internal Revenue,the Attor
ney General, and the officers here, hut
had not yet received the sanction of the
Secretary of the Treasury. He therefore
aiked that his client he discharged on
recognizance, pending the final result of
the oflei of compromise.
District Attorney Spruatice said he as
sented to tliia request, as the case of
Steinlckeu was not yet in court, ami he
did not propose to indict him. The mat
ter, lie ».lid, had been pracl.cally, but not
formally, disposed of.
The request wo*» granted.
The Petit Jury were called, and all
answered excepting Win. Greeu, of
Middletown, who WJ
count of sick
ebarg»d until3 o'clock p. in.
District Attorney Spr nance called the
names of the witnesses in the case of
:used on ac
s. They were then dis
Evan Rice, the defaulting w;
hier ofihe
Wilmington & Brandywine National
Rank, and tin* following presented them
selves to t>e qu til tied before the Grau#
Jury : Washington Jones, Win. G. Gib
bous, Dau'l II. Kein, Wiu. L. Pusev, G.
W. Sparks, Dr. J. 1*. Wales, H.l'.litun
ford, und Otho Nowland. They ate all
directors or attaches of the bank.
The name of Orson Adam-, the U. S
Rank Examiner who examined the ac
counts «f Cashier Rice, was al-o called,
hur he did no* respond, in r* lation to
him, the Di-trict Attorney stateil that he
had been duly subpoenaed on the L'7tb of
March, and the suhpo*na forwarded to
Atlanta, Ga., where the Marshal learned
he ha«! gone. The subpoma
eit, with a certificate
that district of Georgia, to the effect that
it ha«t been s- rved upon Orson Adams,
at Adanta, Ga., on the 1st of April.
On Saturday, Mr. ßpruance said, he re
ceived a.telegratn from Adams, to the ef
fect that he couid not he here, ani that
he could not t>e here, and that all the
necessary information could be obtained
from the hank officers. The District At
torney said this was the second time Mr.
Adams had disregarded a summons, aud
he desired to bring the fact to The atten
tion of the Court for such disposition as
might be deemed proper. He would go
,'lth the trial without Adams' pres
ence, as an attachment would not t»nng
him here in time, but he considered ita
flagrant disregard of the processes - of this
Court by au officer whose first duty it
should be to otiey its orders.
Judge Bradford said he would order
attachment to he issued if the Di»'riet
Attorney des red it, and Mr. tsprucance
replied that perhaps he would ask it fur
ther
retnrn
the Marshal for
in the ease.
No further husitiess
during the morning se»si
vas transacted
Canglil II) u 1.1 ue
A Man while Fishing in the Brandy
wine this Morning,Fishts up the Body
of a Droumea Man.
This morning early, while James
ilineman, a watebniau, employed by the
Jackson & Sharp Co., w
fish) ng near the P.
with a "dtpsy line
engaged in
W. & B. R. R., hrtdg
5," he was «urpn-e
when he went to pull in that something
■ uasual was attached to the hue. Af'er
]»ulling and hauling for sometime, he
succeeded in getting the object to the
surface, aud to hi« surprise found that, it
the body ot a drowned man. He
made it fast, and informed Sergeant
Soues, who in turn informed the Coro
ner of th« occurrent
charge of the body. The appearance of
the body, answering to that, of Mi
Vincent, who was drowned in the Bran
March
oner immediately teh graph
her of the son, Capt. Viu
sides at Salem, N. J.
In reply Mr Ruiz received the two
following despatches:
Sa i. km, N.
"Be over os soon as possible."
Caj*t. Vikcknt.
I
of
* ho soou took
ar Khellpot sluice
dvwine,
12th,the C
« .1 to the fat
.•ent, who
at
April 7,18711.
Salem, N. J., April 7,1879.
To C
Put Vincent's body in package box,
id ship to Salem via Pennsgrove.
N k CO.,
•lertakers.
as held, and a
verdict rendered in accordance with the
iacta slat, d above.
The Coroner will comply with the re
j«ju<*st llia«h* ill the despatches, and the
h aly will be seul to Salem.
al
J.
1,1
At 4 o'clock an inquest
Ca
out
1 HE LEVY COURT IN TOWN.
The Levy Court is in r
1{t y.
tes ul the New
n,
jewing th- projiosed
this
County Buildings,
;
Mr .JamesGordon B.-nnett has been
entertaining at Komerby Hall, in ltul
lamlsbire, the Duke ami Duchess of
HiiüliEïerï
Hall is near Oakham, the birthplace of
Sir Geotlrey Hudson, tjie fatuous court
SSfSS;Hi;!"
the
its
in
i
citi
A German dealer recilent
32, 000 dead humming
dead aquatic birds and Huo.uuo pdrof
wings of birds of all for ladies ho
Th« time tried men's soles— Pedestri:
contests
*ceived
»Irds.so 000
At
brick
post
to
"I always let a cold go as it comes"—
one says which im ans that he overworks
the system in getting rid of a cold rather
than assist it by using Dr. Bull's cough
they
the
syrup.
D ULAWAKK CAKPKT HOITHB,
bOO MARK ET .SÏltEET.
We liav« Just recel ved a large «lock ol fin«
Tapes!I j Uruasels,
plf InsraloN and Daaaik
seut
an
army.
Tilt ve
CARPETINGS.
Also a huge assortment of
OIL CL01 Ha, MATTINGS AND
WINDOW SHADES.
Hard,
pur

Give us a call and satisfy yourself that
are giving bargains
bli
gotxl.*
HENRY GREBE,
WIL.MJNQTON, D
CROSBY & HILL
The
visit
place.
at
ter,
fer
new
act
There
hern
and
some
wan
of
at
and
jf
that
The
•»and
were
lent
the
the
waa
met
llig,
tion
ARE NOW OFFERING
68 Doz. Damask Towels,
ÆI Linen and Good Size.
AT
25 Cts. a Pair !
13 Cts. Each !
To say that they are
Table Linens, Napkins, Towels
and White Goods in Great
Variety,
a Great Bargain but feebly expresses it.
And at Prices to suit the most economical and oxacting buyer !
OUR GREAT QUILT SALE CONTINUED
Don't Fail to Look at our Quilts
At 91.05, 91.10 mid fl.35.
DRESS GOODS Department.
A Large Line of
Popular Desirable Dress Goods
From 6 1-4 cts. a yard up.
BLACK CASHMERES,
BLACK ALPACAS.
BLACK BRILLIANTINES,
B.
tie.
to
Of Superior Make and Finish, in the He»t Shades of Black, at Wonder
fully Low l'ricea.
Black Silks,
Colored
!
.
I er
I
er.
,
/m -MT ä * ir~m TTI
mLJL X■ JX3LXXljrJilj X
it
Silks,
Fancy Silks,
IL^A large stock of Choice Goods at prices which will bear investi- t
gation and eoiuparison wiih anything to be found in this or any other eity. 1
OF
CASS B MERES,
a
the
re
the
is
For Men's and Boys' Wear,
In Choice Styles !
At Very Low Prices !
y.
—IN—
of __ -«-w
Ueiwrlmtnt !
of
■■■■IB WSÊÏM ■■■ I Am ■
We Have But One Price,
AND
Sell for Cash Only
,
000
fin«
Respectfully,
Crosby & Hill,
ve
AND
320 & 332 Market Street,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
that
I
FIFTH EDITION.
»1
The Levy Court.
The Entire body Visit this City this
Morning , and are met by the Special
Committee, of Council—The Various
Sites Visited in regard to Locating
the New County Buildings—Ihs
Members Express no Bedded Views.
Tbl« morn hi|j, the long conte in plated
visit of th« Levy Court to thin city took
place. They were met at th.* City Hall
at 10 o'clock, by Men*™. Guthrie, Pay li
ter, Adams, Price, Moore, Norton ami
President Liohtenst-in, comprising the
Npecial committee of City Council to oen
fer with the Levy Court, in regard to
new couuty building authorized by an
act of the late General Assembly.
There were present t he following mem
hern of the Levy Court :
Messrs. Silver. Polk, Lodge, MorriHon,
WiImou, Wier, Taylor, Wells, Husband
and 1'rehideut Jtrigbt, the only member
absent being Mr. Car«well, who baa been
confined to his room with sickness for
some time past. Hin Honor, the Mayor,
wan alio present, and acted a« chaperone
of the party, Mr. .John .Ionen, wuh »bo
preßen After a desultory con vernation
at the City Hall, the party left the ball
and walk'd up Market street to the
Tenth Mtreet ha-sin, w
jf the Court were ahowii the
that hail been donated by the
The morn Itéra expressed themselves an
delighted with the situation.
M r. Silver, chairman of the Building
Committee or the Levy Court, was fur
niHlied a drawing of the ground.
The next place visited waa the city
•»and hole, t»etween Twelfth ami Thir
teenth, Orange ami Tatnull afreet«.
After lea\lug the * sand lot" tlie party
were taken to the residence of Ilia lion
the Mayor, where they w.tfe enter
tained by bia little daughter with
lent tiiU'ic. They next walked ou» the
Avenue to Adauia atreet, to Eleventh, to
the reaervoir. H
through the "pump houae" ami around
the banka of the reaervoir.
The members of the Levy Court ex
preaaed their admiration of the Reaervoir
plowing term«. Leaving ihe Rtts-r
ir, the next point viaited wa» t he "City
Square." Here Home time wa** «peut, »he
visitors being pleased with the location.
Leaving the Park, the next place viaited
waa the City iio-pital, where they were
met by Lewis 1*. Lynch, Chairman of the
Hospital Committee; W. II. Lee, Super
intendent, and Dr. Hhortledge.
The vialtora were shown over the hui bi
llig, and admired ita cleanliness, and the
excellent manner iu which lha' institu
tion ia conducted. Leaving the City
Hospital the visitor« were eaeorted down
Eight it street to the City Hall, and were
shown the City Hall yard.
After viewing the city cells they were
eaeorted to the Clayton Houae, where
they partook of dinuer.
the
I
<
here the mem hers
rounds
mined.
e
• I
they we
show
'■ he Koni» ol* NI. George.
The annual session of ll»e Grand
Lo-ige, sons of St. Georg«, will m**et in
Philadelphia,
Tuesday next. Mr. W.
B. Norton the Represeuative from this
•State will attend the session. Messrs.
Edward Greeu and John Percy, wil at
tend the session as Past G land officers.
The DonivNtlniiloii ot (he IluT
falu.
Col. Ezra Miller, of Rah way, N. J., lias
Inch
been making some
have led bi
will pay to ureed buttalue
hloofl at
tie. Relating his experience witii these
animals lately, the Colonel said : "1 have
proved to my
poiiJte.
tamed. Second, mat it doesn't cost
halt
to keep an ordinary e
can be fate tied
beeve
Jilt*
pen
to the conclusion tha it
both pure
d crossed with our domestic eat
salistaclioti several
First, that hulfaloes c
be
much to keep a buffalo as it d
. Third, they
quickly as ordiuary
and on half the food, aud their
good. Fourth, they are
lkers as our AUlerneys;
good butter makers.
! meat is j
jUSt US Vi
aud fifth
. TUe milk of the buffalo is a little yellow
I er than that of the Alderuey, hut very
I sweet and rich, and liiert» Is more cream
than in the Alderney milk. As to the
quantity of milk giveu by ouffalo cows,
they will average with the average milk
er. 'The udder of the buffalo cow is very
small indeed, but the milk veins
inense. ibis is a provision whereby
enables them to run taster than if
cumbereh by a large udder, i am of the
, opinion that the most desiranle cross is
with the big Dutch cattle that have such
big Udders. J think that crossing them
with our shortliorus will give jeiuarka
hly good beef. But the beef from our buf
faloes more than met tny expectations,
it was sweet and juoy and tender, m>t at
all like the meat of the buliulo of the
«I
oil mi
they
iin
t
1
plains.
Now, in drawing the balance between
the buffalo ami llm ordinary cow, 1 find
3 facts: The buffalo can be kept at
half the co-t of the cow; that's
point, tor the huttalo. We will assume, to
a fair show, that she yields
d imiter. That balances tli
give the co
more milk
account so tar. The hutfalo is fully equal
to our stock in the quality of meat,
they are still
is worth four t,i
out tar
liorseine
So
even tenus: but its hide
js as much, so it co
the last heat,
say. Tne hide f
was a beautiful specimen,
than a £25 robe, 1 bought to c
with it. The fur
result of < f goo«
'Tue hutfalo herded
tie oil the best of terms.
Ihe Col
He supposed they were
hut they are not. He has
Alderuey bull push a thr*
falo bull up lull. They at
strong. They are also
ahead - i
r hull
!
pare
as longer ami finer, the
d L ed, 1 think."
*1 th the other cat
What surprised
tel most, was their
very powerful ;
n a yearling
e year old btlf
e fast, but not
very c
!
ardly,
very playful aud very cuumug— Scientific
American.
PERSONAL.
It
suid that Kenator Don Cameron
has leased for a t. r
. , . of years the finely
furnished mansion of ex-GovernorShep
pard, in Washington, at Sd.OOO a year.
The Washington Republican calls ear
nestly for a congressional investigation
in the Fitz John Porter case, being dis
satisfied w ith the finding of the military
hoard of inquiry.
*1 he Maine Legislature intended
cut the Governor's salary down to $1,500
a year, hut bunglingiy worded the act so
as to empower him to draw that
, every three months.
Commodore C. K. Garrison has
signed the presidency of the Wabasli
railway, ami Cyrus W. Field lias been
elected in his place, hut it is understood
will not accept.
to
amount
re
A Victory for Mr. B^rgh.
Mr. Edward Burt, the
Clinton Place stables,
where, a rat pit
was tried
of the
in New' York,
permitted recently,
«I oonrlcual in the Coirt of
iSpnctal Setwiou. nl that city, Sutunlay
un the charge of letting mill hirm/ the
itremUf» fur a rat Buln. \VI„„ ,|,
lieu raidcil the place tltey fuunii
well occupied with live aud dead rats,
and »Scotch terrier hleeilin« whore ..
had heeu bitten by a rat. Mr. Henry
Herab was active in the prosecution. Mr.
Burt wan sentenced to three mouth« iu
the pointautiary. Bail waa refused him.
and a writ of habeas corpus and certior
ari was at once served on the judge.
ow
po
pit
it
tiie DUIÎI1AM
London, April "
»1 «trike lins b,...,, „
COUmj
—Aitho^,,
»nee b, 10,010 BenoDu k ' tb< t
tl.e Jec .l.i„of,wn" ' >,
»t Durham u, strike a,, ,lllt »
Hon will Imvi lh„ ?'i* »
on ninety pi„, tt.n.w, L Wl
hewers, ami nl,oul,| tl „. 1 L 1
ue more than l„t lr , jr i,„ * -
'•»»tries closely mil , "Ï" Ah*
trade will he pamlyred,
of ironworks and other **•
hor »uticipited the cumi, Wm
rortnigh,i K „h y „ u ,: ;,!;3
.1er notice. Several la, V
he brought to a 8Un,l. sll n ,„?»
.»f a weok ..sstheoi
¥iv*» way. At tin* Con*..» u c
where from 1,200 tu I mi, 1 .!"* "
lates are mi le vv, r J®'?
ly.le work, will have to b#* U
I he whole number of th,
ployed at their «.g|,t or
are among those on strike".
Tin* Nlejf
Of
I
<
s-«H
wat eja
Eiudui.
TWO THOUSAND
„ T»«« knri.il,,
K Kill NO is K m
Lkavinswo
two thousand
. K;
•»April La
, * Kfees from Mi*
and Louisiana are now i (1 ti lL c,r
others are at riving by ne»rlv"i!
They are quartered m j -
Wyandotte and Topeka. \
hive scau«r«<l out to utherpani
State, seeking work ;wf«rm hill
anything else that thov '
doing, but the main armv u,
camped in the three tow««.
They are willing u. work A2
men find work at odd h.i* ari0 .
and some of the
vanta. They have no plum fa
ture. They start, .! with >hw in
corning to Kansas, and, haviu
here, arc completely at sea.
1 j
women » h
AGITATING TUB CuLOR
TION IN VIRGINIA
Richmond, Va., April t.-a
of about 200 colored
to-night,
long! 1
men w*> ^
»Seveial colond on«
ly speeches, favoring Gr*o:|
next Piesidem. Hesolutiomwem
ed ap|K)ititlng a committee to vi>mi
iugton, and use their inlin.-ncc.oi
the course of Judge Hives in imiifli
county judges of this May for U
»uiuuion c lored jurors onjuriai
courts. The action of the ueeta
approved by many proiaioeuii
men here.
A DRUNKEN MAN R0.\y
Bordkntown, X..!., April]
C. Eaders
a small manufacturing town iI n
from here, went yesterday will
companions to the woods for i
Having drank rather freely ;bt
patty tell asleep and the old m
discovered shortly after In an ■
scions condition slowly roastiq
the lire. He died about two Loan
old resident of G
William J Aydelotte.of Mül
and George 11. Bag well,of Virûi
tieen appointed to a»ljust the ba
line between then two Stat« I
Thursday,Apr il 17,into faiftfl
M ai ue.
MAÏ SIVHK A
REMOVA
OF A WELL K.VOWX
Bat Sto
Hal Mm* 111
The Opera Hou
street, will remove March»».»
414. Market St
Adjoining the GaretteOS
Call at the Opera iiou*e Hal
fare 29Lh of March, ami s»*cureo
Your« mM'-cu
1». Mc .U
augll-lv
p G 8 à i
l
rnk
n;
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o ~ j
Third sj
Wli min J |011
Kit-, st
;
0
THE LARGEST, CHEAP
ssortmejJ
& Cbild** 1
woar, j
BOOTS, SHOES,
Crockery W aro.
BEST A
so
Ladies', Gent'»
in
to
Ware,
or uiiciojji
in«'*"
Tablo. Stair an.i rw
hlair, Katry,
at very low prices.
Co e and e.
will save ti
cü<.ap
nil Mi Mtey: w -
tlio
ADAMS &
market stbek
504
Kalsomine R
of
..
iu
il zi sommer. «^ a " lril uh'A,
or year, bai'« J*?" be ,l rtlh
•ng of the wbite »": 1
Oiime this bj the rel «,re<j ^ i
dered Kalsoiuia« Äfixt-J J
cl ebhad«« ôy ne r « oD \
oanbeappfiedbyaDyF ,
the agent for
it
o rn
lAJIK*
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