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THE POPULATION OF ALASKA. Wash rotor, Dec. 2.—Mr. Pstroff, the oenaus enumerator who was sent hurt May to take the census of Alaska, has returned. He visited all portion* of the Territory that he could reach. He reports a population of 22,000 per sona, of which number 10,000 are In dians, 1,800 Aleuts, aDd 1,500 creoles. The oreoles are persons of mixed Rus sian and Aleut blood. There are 128 white males and four white females. The euumeratiou of the inhabitants of t.at portion of the Territory whioh is south of Mount Elias, a narrow strip of laud ten leagues in width, was to have been made by a deputy from Sit ka, but his report has not been receiv ed. From what is known of this por tion it is estimated that the entire population of the Territory is about 80,000, of which number not more than 800 are whites, IMPORTS AND EXPORTS. Washington, Dec. 3.—The value ot Imports of merchandise lor the month of September last was $53,220,553; same month 1878, *44,224,878; nine months eufieil September 80, 18S0, *»48,286,088; same time 1878, *360, 743,422. Tbe exports of domestic merchandise for September last amounted to *70, 1*2,082 ; same month 1678, *03,720.400; nine months euded September 30, 1880, *•12, 674,187 ; same period of 1878, *008,611,811. Tbe exports of fore go merchandise for September, i860, amounted to *1,032,805 ; same mouth 1878*714,005 ; nine mouths ended Sep tomber 81, 1880, *8,623,087; same period 1878, *7,728,847. HEWITT'S "PRESENT" TO GAR FIELD. ■■XD1MU A JKRsKV BULL-CALF 600 MILAN TO GET BID OF HIM. ▲ ^subscriber" Mends a letter to tbe tbe New York Tribune to-day elucidat ing a mystery of Ibe Hewitt-Gai field corresponde uoe an follow«: "Mr. Hewitt disclaims friendship for General Gartteld. Indeed, he Intimate« that be disliked him so much that be •eut bim a Jersey bull calf, hume 600 mile* by rail, appareally as « present, but really as a cheaper mode <-r getting r d of tbe animal than to band it over tu tbe butcher. But he christen* d tb« bull with tbe swelliug name of "Revolution" bel ore be sent it. He produced and put in evidence Geueral Garfield's letter of thanks, written evidently without sun S cion that "the present" was • will'll mode of getting rid aoce. He really seems to bave thought Mr. Hewitt was a fneud, aud not an eu •my, sending a braxen bull into Troy Mr. Hewiltsay* tbe bull bad "no record." Yet In tbe same teuer of thanks General GarflelJ asks Mr. HewiU to send bun lb« pedigree of tbe animal. Mr. Hewitt then sent tbe pedigree of tbe worthless creature, and General Garfield's letter was produced by stand, thanking him also for tbe pedigree. Waa tbe pedigree a forgery? Or was it something to cover up tbe worthies« of tbe present? There are ether kinds of "bulls" besides worthies« Jer seys. only M r. of a rut- Mr. Hewitt ou the n THE WORHT IN THE WORLD. COLO 19 KL GORDON'S OPINION OP THE CONDITION OP TPSlRlSli PEOPLE. London, December 3. Tbe exaltemeut over ibe 1 nsb question la increasing. Colouel Gordon, wbo bas beau on a tourot the whole west ot 1 la id, write« that the coudluon of ibe people is worse than that of any other people in tbe world. A gulf ot aoupa Iby exists between them aud the laud lords. Citing an a precedent tbe meas ures taken to abolish niavery lu the Weal indies be propo*es that the government •hould buy oat all tbe laudiordn we«l ol Ihe Bhaun< u at a which a gieal part will be repaid by tenaute, aud tbe canrer will be cured.— He also proposes ibai ibe laud thus ac quired be au ministered by a laud com Uiiaamn supph-meuted by au emigration commission. Lord Cran brook (Couserv alive), speaking at Beach Hampntead last night declared »** ibe goverumeul bad tailed lo suspeud tbe habeas cjrpUb act, if lurtber outrages were eommlPsed tbe blood would be Justice Jaurès writ tbe reut ot Irish boldiugs should be fix ad ai, twenty-five per ceut. valuation, aud that any landlord dissatis fied with thisshould be entitled lo call ou tha goverumeul to purchase the laud aia f dr price. of JÙW, 000,000, Of their LmaUh. Lotü io tbe Ti that Grllhiti'r n 4 y W% 1A*0' » I I t l 'ST *. '»Î*« «<»<> Of Kindling I.ul/ Wood. Orders can be left a? ray A Bro«.,ttecond aud King «treu*- at Townsend'« Hixth and Tatnall «treet«; John H. Miller'«, Bluing Hun, or at the factory, oorner Union «treet« and Gilpin avenue. K //'l -3T C( V- I ONLY THE LUNSU PA p l / Cures by ABSORPTl JN (Niture's IHU DIHEAWtX, I II HO ST IIISEtSM, UKE.lTHINU TROUBLE!« C. x c * •$> All It DR1VEH INTO the s>«tem curative agent« and healing medicine«, It DRAWH FROM the disea«cd port« the polKOQ« that cause death. ThouHiiud« teetlty to tu virtue«. Yob Can be Relieved and Cuied Don't dee pair until you have tried thl« Spnalble.EaHlly Applied EFFECTUAL Remedy. Sold by Druggist«, or «ent by mall reoelpt of price. S3, by and RADICALLY on THE "ONLi" LUNG PAO CO ■ > WILLI 4MB BLOC K, DETROIT, Mich. Sand for Teatlmonbu« and our book *Threa Million* a Year," sent free. (Mtfl-WtflU FOURTH EDITION IMUMIISI f«*r Low or Barometer, higher temperature, weeter'y, «hi fling to southerly winds, dear or partly cloudy weather. Wall Strebt Ybsterdat.—S tocks were depressed in the early trade, but before the close a better feeliug was engendered by the easing of the money market. Call loans, whioh commaud ed j to j per day and interest in the morning, could be had in the last hour for8percent.net. Foreign exchange showed some firmness at the close. Railroad hoods were more aotive and higher. THE EDITORS OF '"TRUTH" IN DICTED. New York, December 3.—Tbe grand jury in General Session* to-day presentsd indictments against Samuel Sullivan Morey for perjuiy, and Against Joseph Hart, Louis A. Po-l, Keuward Philip and Charles A. Byrue f r pub lishing in the paper called Truth a criminal libel upon General Garfield. the be to at is ing we ter for ing it It tsreponed from New Orleans that tbe "faut mall eecvioe" ou Ibu Ljuiaville and Na«b ville Company'* New Orleans aud Mobile Kail road naa proved a fail For tbe laut days tbe mall ore. irai dm ou Ihm read have generally been from two to five bourn belaud Ibu ached ule lime. 1 be lVuinaualar Cigar Company lu Detroit, Beruard Street, Frecrtdeut, made .uudgnmeut ye«terday. Tbe a««eui aie ©nilmated at i22,800, and the habili lien at 48V.400 of which >12,000 are due to pariiee lu Philadelphia. A Utile tel rI waa teach ug her brother the Lord's Prayer tue other night, aud whuunhe had «aid, "Give u* Una day uur daily bread" he MUddenly cal ed oui Pray for tally, mater pray fur tatty too; aud «he going lo gl Tar, Wild Cherry and lioarhouud for your cold which in a great deal belter than tally. laid you torget that 1 you «orne ol Slues' uov2tf-dltn Tb« 1-ity Market. The following were tue ruaug price« in market thl« morning : Butter,fresh, per pound •• roll, " " Beef, sirloin, " " 4« 3A* 4o ..35 m 30 .. .iMM, JU .. l 2 «v is .. Oft«* lo .. lNc* jo .. Axe# 2b .. 00.* IW .. Ufr« OH .. an« 25 -. 4l 50 Mu lt> "V.vl 3.» l!.5j <t M chuck. " •* uried, ** a chipped ** *• corned, " ** atewH " K ihhiiH per piece.. r»rirnig« n per pair l ui key« per pouud Duck« per poir. Uetise per piece.... Chickeus per pair . Lgg« per dozen. Rant, wholesale, i er pwUiid. *' sliced, •• •• Honey per pouud. iUHihiu N per hunch. Lettuce per head. Caobugu per head. Cottage cueeee per howl. Lard, pouud. Leiuou« per dozeu. Mutton per pound. chop« per pound.... -Shoulder«, retail, per pound Bide« aud haom, whoioi»aie. " " ** retail. Mackerel per p ece . H all but. per pound»*-. Cat fish, per pound ,.. Rock. . Apples, per half pec^ w ^ ... Dickie« per d*iz. Turnips per hall peck. Parsley per bunch. Beats, I l 40.3) li ■ AK» lo 1*3,« 0.1 fr k« U5 05<« 10 Uo 00 .« 10 1*0. J) lb<J IS 14« lo .8. UJ : LO . 150 IS * 1 -'<« l-i . Oh ml 10 . Ufr« 1« . Uli« 0.1 per buuch. Lima Beans. Pear« per hall peck. ."iw«5el potaUxjH. elery per bunch. Grape« per pouuil. Potatoes, i»er ball peck oer pound.. U»« AL NT01HN AMI BONUM. »Tut« ». . 10 Jfr<V 30 . 1.F« l> % hvy 15 . 1>« 30 . 13« 15 . 04«« os Tn National Bank of I>elaware h li st National Bank. Union National Bank. . 8.1 18 . 44 .National Hank of Wil. A Braudy wiue fri Karin er«' Bauk. WllmlUKton foal Gas Delaware K. H. Or. Delaware Western K. K. f «».... I'li Ha.. W11..A Baltimore It. It. l w limiugton A Normern K. It. i Wilmington 1'aseeuger It Delaware Klre lus. Or.... Mammlc Hall Or. Delaware Htate.... WlliutugUru City ö h . W ilmiugtou City 5'» . Mason lu Hall Co, 1st mortgage.. Wilmington Passenger ii. W mortgage. . 55 2' :■> A'. f « » 4* ti i 106 ii" !■» tUNJ Ut ....100 WBm MR K* is fiarktm. WlLMINOToN. Del. Dec, 4. ISSU, tue BniLuy t$iiotath l 1 lour ami Graiu, Best 1'uU'Di Klour ... Cb( o Mills fo 8» 50 to i »')0 .. 7 50 to 7 on .. b 50 u» 7 00 —4.75to 5 5n Family K ||Extra do. Choice Kuperflue. wheat Prime New Corn... Bran pertou 1 lo 18 On PHILADELPHIA CATTLE MARKET Monday, Nov. 29,6 P. M. Tbe cattle market was dull this w«-ek • and prices were lower ; 4700 head arrived aud sold at the dill, rent yard« at lUaüc. per lb , a« to «juality. Mu kef were leu* aud price« wen rather lower; 11,1 jo head «old at the «1 1 r «real yard« at daô' 4 c., per lb., at 4a0c. per lb., lions were ; price«. K3<ohea<l at ba7c. per lb., » •11 I uj couditioii. lair demand at fo tbe dillereuty aid« ity. PAKk DROVK Y AUD. *\fty-*ecund and Isincaater are, 7* :i to «1 . 27. , 110 to 13o Ibu., 5to5' «I good -- .-1UU6«.. #1>4 to *100; lair, r »«., to 4*4; k«*od lamb«, jU in diuni laiubfi, 4^ to 5*4, couiutou _ MM^haad W ** Galva«, 5 to tl^. Arrivals. HllKKP- Ext 90 UST RECKIVBD J a? at A atock of tine alugiug CANARY B1RDK Suitable for UbrlBtmas preaeuu. f ALSO NIUE BRASS UAGEH AT UOHT. W. N. CHANDLER, No. Ö11 Market Htreet. Homing : Homing ! J We are selling tf. BEHT PEARL HOMINY, Wholesale by the barrel less price than you It lu Phila. bushel, at purchase this city. W. N. CHANDLER No. Oil Markt i .street. tf. ALT1MORK. B Breakfast Hominy, OR CORN QUITS, Only i cent« per pound, at W N. CHANDLER'« •ill Market Street. novJ4-tf. % Way betw. 6th dr 7tb HU. IMS#. established EISING & LANGE, thl« •* % in X on ■ > All Kinds of Provisions, 409 Orange Street, mart-1 d WILMINGTON. DK L WANAMAKKK * BBOffl, Phils. The Reduction in Clothing at Oak Hall. The clothing marked down Saturday comprised about 3000 suits and over coats. Both the suits and the overcoats are various enough to constitute a complete stoek of them selves, so that you may be reasonably sure of find ing among them what will both suit and tit you. Some of the very lowest priced men's suits we make ro among them; $L0 reduced to $8 50, aud some of all grades up to excellent suits at $25, reduced to $20 and $27 50 reduced to $25. A. $20 overcoat at $10 50 is not to be missed ou a cold morning. Even the boys, whose clothing has been wait ing for this cold snap will nut object to the taking off of three or four dollars from the cost of suit and overcoat. Remember this ! All these garments were made by our people, under our own eye, and before this reduction were marked as low as they ought to besold. We couldn't afford to reduce them, but we must sell fa-ter to keep up with our work people. We know how to sell fas ter viz, by selling lower. We have been selling faster for nineteen years, faster than our competitors. That we have done of course by sell ing lower. Now we have to sell faster than ourselves, and down goes a part of our stock, whether we can all'ord it or not. Whatever you don't like Ijring hack. If there be grumbler, we don't waut our clothes on him WANAMAKEK & BROWN Oak 11aL i., HIxlh and Market, IIOV34. Philadelphia. OPENING ! S-A/TXJ Jr^ID-A- Y~, October 2 d. Imported aud D «mexiiu • CLOAKS FOR LADIES i MISSES. |U1 10rt ment of.Ladle«', Cloaks, CoatN, f J 1 >olman8 Compris- iHs.limj « y I«* aU ii ''■»mot he exc*llt-,| for eiuKnuce, bounty ol Hr ft ml finish. With lucreaseU laclllil lor the mauutacmye yl cloaSs, we can alldrii to sell cheaper than parties who have to purchase their, at eonshlerahle profil from the uiacluior. Our specialty thl« season 10 Different Styles of Cloaks Neatly trimmed and made ol kood material. $5.00 EACH. We propoee to «ell live dollar cloak«. 3,ooo ol our M. L, Lichtenstein, aae Marlr ot Ht. , WJLM1NGTON DEL. I fi f f I P* K KP Dealer« make Money wim IHI UL n I w T HOUl.K A CO.. 150 MU ri I H I lM Ulil,e Cbloagn f I Ik fl I /" Wrtu» tor iwittcuiara L oc(.7eodiy CMMY * HILL'S BINT, at in It 4 hilJj INVITES SPECIAL AIFEHTION To A GREAT BARGAIN IN ALL WOOL B LACK FRENCH CASHMERE AT 85 CENT» A YARD. Th« «heapeat wa have yet offered, alao -A LARUE AMHOKTMENT OF Children's Merino Hose, At 5 eeut« a pair, worth at least 10 «ente. Crosby & Hill, 220 and 222 Maäk. aPT e xr.. WIIJilNttTON UKL. frsi lal.rtar'i LSI* MIiIm. THE SUPERIOR COURT. E CONTINUATION OK ARGUMENT IN THE l.IBEL SUIT. MR. BIRD CLOSES FOR THE DEFENDANT. Specially reported for IheUASKTTK. N KW Castle, Dec. 3.—Court met at 10 o'clock, this morning and the libel suit was promptly taken up by Levi C. Bird, Esq., who commenced the closiug argument for the defense. He opened with the usual congratula tions to the jury upon the "close of this long und serious case," and spoke pathetically of the probability ihat this would be the last civil suit tried in this old Court room, where able lawyer* hail spokeu. ami judges had dispensed law with an ability not excelled by in the UuitcdStales. He next reviewed the evidence in regard to the writing of the libel,and held that it was entirely inadequate tocounecl the defendant Croasdalc, with the act. Mr. Bird argued that the jury could not fall backunon their beliefs impressions in regard to this matter, hut must depend eutirel upon the testimony us received from the wit ness box. Next,Mr. Bird proceed d lo nrguc on the plea of justification, admit ting, for the sake ot argument, that Mr. Croasdale wrote the libels. The lirst quesliou was,Did lie write them in malice!* for if he. did not, tiou in law lies, lie held that the only evidence of malice at all, were the publications, outsidu of which no witnesses had been called to prove any malice on the part;of the defend ant. If the defendant had entertain ed the malice churged, he would have spoken of it and the words uttered could have been proved by witnesses who heard them. The arguniHiit was then directed lo the organization of the company, and re ferred to the fact that Money, Ash and Cleaver bad left in a very short time,be cause they were nut satisfied with the Company's assets. The character of Mr. Ash was psrlicularly referred to, as showing '.be inlallibility of his judg ment in regard to the character of the company, as a result of which he de cided to wilhdiaw from bis connection with it. The iusuiance of Mr. Case's stallion, aud llie cool remark of Presi dent Henry on the death of the stallion, that tbs compati) bad no money to pay the insurance, was cited as an evidence that the company was a Irani!, and the compromise for $1175 only a device by which it could be continued to defraud other people out of their money. Mr. Muir's tesiiuiouy was next re viewed, and Ins conclusion that the com pany was founded upon a fictitious basis, was Commented upon as that the Company was a fraud, examination by the commitee of Insurance Companies was also consider ed as evidence of the same fact. There are not three belter men in the Slate of Delaw are Ilian the men com posing Ibis Committee, ami their evi dence is entitled to weigh'. Their ex amination was conducted in a manner beUttiug honest business men.and their reputation goes with their examination, and if their re|»orl is (ml down by the jury, It is putting down the selves slid saying that they told a lie. In relation to the Dauphin County land. Mr. Bird said that Myes and H dilater swore It was worth $1811,(KW, and yet it whs sold for $50,1)00 woitli ol stock, and taking the value of this stock, on the basis at which it was offered to Mr. Bisdford, made the land worth liftt the defcii tore it was worth. All these points, Mr. Bild said, wen reviewed lo show thehitier I, ck ■ f mal c on the part uf the defendant in declaring the Insurance Company w Mr. Bird continued his argument at length, referring to Hie valuation of the Du Page county laud and other secaritiesof the Company, particularly during tlio earlier part of its existance to prove tbo Company was a fraud He alsu read from the libel law of tins Stale, providing that where the libel complained of is true and a matter proper for public information, the jury may find for the defendant. Mr. Bird continued his argument until tlio noon adjournment. Dining the morning a jury was uni pannelled and an inquisition taken in the witness room. The case was an action of debt of the Every Evening Publishing Company vs. Ralph 8. Jennings, and there being no defense judgment was rendered lor the plain tiff for the amount ill claim. no ac evidence Tbe otli« s r *Ii them about $2 per acre, just dents witnesses a fraud. Ki the N. Y. Herald. CIVIL MARRIAGES IN NEW YORK. Evidently the nominal lesson of "Daniel Uochat" In not yet been ful ly learned by the populace, for within a year nearly si and spiustors have hceu married by the assistance of the Mayor or the Al dermen. immlrc-d bacliuiurs Suuiu of the happy couple* were foreigners, who perhaps had the old country fancy iliat a marriage to he legal should he celebrated by a magistrate, but many of the candidates wore Americans, or natives of coun tries where civil marnages ar it is idle to deny that special advantages about marriages eel -brated at theCity Hall; they involve neither eairis, cater ei nor clergymen, so they fail to the expellee winch I'rightuus not cast miaiy. there are some cause so many loving hearts from woildiug others of their kind. Nor do they compel the attendance ol'groomsmen and brides maids, so :i greater number of pockets are saved from prostration. No pres ents are expected on such occasions* i rr what gentleman or lady would r ' tire risk ol sending silver' spoons or cake baskets to such a grali-all-you eau neighborhood its that of the City Hall'.' Kvcu the ordinary hut inevita ble expense of dowers is avoided._ With so many advantages, and counter balancing unpleasantness hut that of the uufituebs of some of the Al dernieii to havo anything to do with whatever God hath joined together it will not be strange if in time marriage at the City flail beoomes popular. uo , TM:n|. Rout* HUll s nm . Uanltl MuC'tiHker, 21Ü West Bvcouci«tract u*« got tu u large smu* ol hoots and «hoc« for the rail trade, an t he Is determined „ •ell them cheaper than auy «hoe Soute lu the oily. He wishes hl« friend» LO . and the publie m geueral to give him a call and be convinced »hat be ha* good boot« shoe, aud hewlll 1,11 them low ocU-dAwdiu. and LKTTER FROM BLACKBIRD. Blackbird, Dec. 2. Mr. Editor:— In laat night '»Uevub Itean, I saw a miserable article E oriing to have come from Blackbird. eaded, 'What a Blackbird Republi can has to say about tbo lower end Democratic Frauds." And this bril liant writer goes on in splendid style tclliug the Democrats of their humili-' atod defeat by the liberty loving mil lions of the union loving States. S'ill this brilliant writer continues telling the poor Democrat* of their frauds in the Sunny South, and then in a grand outburst of bis patriotic soul winds up by saying one half of the negroes we.u disfranchised in our little Blackbird Hd., and that throe, if not four Dem ocrats voted illegaly. To the first of this thick beaded Republican's tirade of the Domocra's being defeated by millions, well, we will excuse bis iauo rance by saying, imis. To the second about the fraud* in the South we will excuse bis ignorance on acuoi.ntof bis reading the Itepublicun; for his third term piccadil has wilted, and with it the so called author of Little Charlot te Temple. And now wo will have the question about the frauds peipetritcd in Blackbird Hd., about the Democra tic illegal voters. This is tie- lirst knowledge we had of it, and further more we do not believe that there we one illegal Democratic vote cast in Blackbird. For with such competent election officers as we bad it would not be pOM Nible, und no doubt this brilliant writer Blackbird, made thin up by ruinai ka ble propeimitioH for fiction. Now we will recount name of the Republican frauda of Blackbird Hd., and what 1 »ay I ataml ready to prove. A promi nent Republican of Blackbird bought for money aud tax receipts, four mm employed near Lloyd's saw in ill«, aud took them to the (Kills, and voted them, and thou this prominent Republican, while tclliug of hiH political trickery in the village «tore, laughingly avert ed that he had received a telegram to bet all ilm money that ho had left (af ter buying voles) on the Republic* nominee. Now, Mr. Blackbird, your brilliant In tellect, »ave in the future, never put it: print again your ridiculous assertions about hall the negroes of this Hundred being illegally dehared from exercising their right as free citizens of a free connu y . And now good night, Mr Blackbird, but If you require it 1 will give you some Republican frauds of A|> poqiiiuimink in another teller. A GEORGIA'S ELECTORAL VOTE. Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 2.---Regard ing the trouble about the counting of the Electoral vote of Georgia, on account of the Electors deferring the meeting till next week, in accord ance with the Georgia code, Gov. Colquitt, in an interview, said lie was sure Georgia's vote would be counted in spite of this technical fault, hut the general opinion seems to be tiiat the vote is lost. Of course, it is a matter of no special in terest now, but if Gen. Hancock had carried New York this stupidity in the Georgia code might have lost him his election. A bill was introduced in llie Leg islature to make the code conform strictly to the United States Stat» Utes. Chang, the Chineso giant who ar rived at New York on Wednesday by the Hteamer Berlin, is described a« nine feet in bight. He in under engagement to Barnura A Co for a year at $500 per week, ilia age in 33 he Is the non of a Perkin merchant and speaks live languages, no fuses to be measured, and says he iVars he would die at once if he al lowed this to he done, as it is a sup erstition with his people, amounting to a religious creed, that they should not be measured until after death. Dan Smith, colored, was yesterday convicted at Pulaski, Tenu., of an outrage upon a young white gir! in Diles county, and was sentenced to twenty-one years in the penitentiary Upon the announcement of the sen tence a mob seized Smith, over powered the Sheriff dragged the pri soner to a neighboring bridge and hanged him. The increase of st idents in Girard College, together with the growing de mand for more accommodation, ha* necessitated the erection of additional buildings within the walls of that in stitution. One of the buildings in course of construction is 1 mended tu accommodate 100 additional boys. The taxes paid by ilie national banks during the liical year ended June 30 last were: on capital $370,424, on circu lation $3,103,035, and on de|»ositi $4, 058,710. The Comptroller repeals his former recommenda ions regarding tie redemption ol Federal taxation on capi tal and deposits, and regarding Stale taxation say>: The enorn oui State taxes winch the banks aud bankers ot the country have paid for a series of years, and still pay, aud which are at much greater ia<io than I hose imposed on any other species of property, are as much as should be imposed upon this great interest, aud particularly at a time when the râles of iniereit throughout the country are be ing gieally reduced. re The Austrian government has in troduced a hill in the IieichstraMi for the construction of a railway in Bos nia between Sienitza aud Sorajevo. In Toronto, yesterday mormug, Mrs. Casey was "Ion ml lu Oed children, who were roasted to death." She was uninjured, aud is held ou a charge of murder. to her tw The election of a Congressman In the Third DLtriCt of New 11 ciedE W. F pHiiiri' to Huc , deceased will be held the 2H;b in«t. It 1« believed (Ltdan Lay of Lancaater, will bs the Hc(Mibli , and Judge lilngbam, of ein nom» _ Littleton, tbe Democratic. Wii kn two heer-Htealmg tramp« were arraigned before Recorder Smyth, New York, ycHterday, fur attempting to gar rite aud rob a ciiiaen, he read them a covere leHhou, and a« be «eutencad them t i two year« aud half each fo Slate Fri« oii, «aid: "Tbe hc«t thing that doue with you i« lo place you in priHon. You are two tramp« wbo drink «tale • ■«ar and rob whenever you get a chance. I will place you where you will bave « >methlug eke to do tbau mend umbrel lui." bn NOTIGK.—Dr. Kline'» Orest Nerve Restorer 1« the marvel of tbe age for all Ksrve Disease«. All file stopped free.— 8eml to 831 Arch Street Philadelphia, oct 20-1 y la. Oorri P'>n.len<*„ f0 , NBWahk^le^ sall-ti mi-kiumT" nimt-uw r ihm The OUI* . n> . oJ*' 4 !" 1 .' »« first ball ni the »eie,, T 1 bii'klmg l,,Sr " roiilziHi sun Kio, ..;.'; Unmigbotit. The „" r "" r by H. "l,..".V ,7 " IU,lt Mr W. A. \v Botter have | attttU'IIng 111.- 'IV L. Tile '•KU U „ -Heviv* V Wag .1 w ami I ' IW, LtiCntJoi, 'ii »I» K*!»»,* Är .y nt or« in jij vliHro »ppuri •I* r.X «*#» I»**»«, ink, |,,,„ « »her, tu U I |"il I.« b. . 1rs pal lui P«tM, on Depot avenue »„,| «..T * r J slon tbs 2Ar b or Maroh k »«lil tb« firm mm,« m i t ' *' that of ITIinhahlft'S",*' •* Kmv . .lohn Fihiih hjN" p comiushc« tb« 11 lightly him ,l. •« leader and teacluT but will not lyave 1 1 Juti". N irk P young probaiüijtii-J 1'IIECV. WHAT WK I May I.Xl'k'1 PR north went in a flw ho î» .. ith y»ur'benjan ntfi .iui from lending t|, UWJ J Us . c es or clothing to accommoda de», was virtually the given by Oil ProlululuJ , yesterday. "IVic ,, j snap " 1,0 added, "cumin» 5 northwest." Now WJu . " M 'Tail not w Ik oiimt-s from the northwest it means business. It usually* venders of ear-muffs, skaiee J shoes with delight aud m» drivers try unhappy. Thu Signal Se vice officer ; D Oil top ot llie Equitable Uiiildt yesterday that while hi,,- „i id out to f I. PI m we we counter itnutber aud it before thuty houn*. MORE ELECTION Jll)()d RESTED. ntentfOKu, Va., Dec. 2 . Foater, James Galloway and Logan, judges of elecdon in ifi Mam;In-.ter, liavu been au Ma charge of refusing to of a number of iiersoui, imwili od, who preseuted themselves the presidential eleution These votes receive ti era rejected for I Him that the partie, did nut .sin pitatlontaxr They had receipts issued by til auditor, which the judg Tlio case is being heard tu United Slates Commis., n alleged, pro •K" Iff BEWARE OF THE DOi Long Bit a sen, Dec. *J.—Coi William Uendrickik)ii, arrested «lay for abusing the parents o Jeffrey, ihe victim ol his dog, wi before Judge Lane last night aud guilty, a heavy lino lieiu^ imp* To day William Jeffery.tbe U tlio injured girl, c< against lieudrickson for ages. M AC till fill tt* M mauulaetunnl at M thin city, hav« « w and ar« growing i day Ou OijioImt I n Krane«, ami un .t to Germany. i«»i*k.— TU« hi |L»|. |)1 HI ses'f maclni 1.1-aide repi public f»Vü ii maulmiu « nlav l ist ?*kr I . 4 III IC« II KM lO.HOKKOl iiUltCxi. Rev It. e. * ^ KroNI* fi \ I'l l -1 à hii.I Fr. P- ^ tor. I» Bandas Hclu Bible Clas-., p «h • 1 Hi I lor'» vlted. J^KTHANV BAFTIHT <'1H'IU K.l b.mtwnnil, pi. Preach I ilk at l". l" »• »>• ''' ld - . mo K. B. Morru». subject i .i»M v : 0. T. JOHNS CHI'Il'M, Nlull» S Re Liueil, rt-i 1.30 H. .Sunday Hi 3. M) p. •nt, Wtdnesdsyii, •• ■HfKCH ail other days t iPWOKTH M. K. j of IViitu and I'm paator. Preachln« a! . •>» >. in. Hunday »eliool Invited. rniMT phehüvtkiU T Market Kir«*el abuv Du V ul pastor Mervlce a Evening toauocesa in Buiinv-s, . HHliUHth SrIiimiI hi.'I «-I" 1 I ClHKH ut 2|). IU. FuUlic conlialo 1 ■BINITY CHAPKL. fTllj g»J on nextHunday. Mervin »1 • if « Tbaiikhtflvjng Day at , Service at lUj 2 o'clock Ufltr.otl Uhl dreus Hewing School. uuhkh.au «JF^r^ cm uili, Kev . anJ 7:3d 10:110 a. oy Itîqu**« 1 ■ II Hour of the 5 Market street, Eu pastor. HT. PAUL'S M. E ■tree dwell, pa*w.. , HBUKY M. L. OBUHCii, H . _ Hill, pastor. Services at 10.30 n. L'l!L'UCIi. >4 Ile*. J A . and *301 Pr*y<-r meellusH' 'a- j'j'J j'ui.l Sundiiy School id !* a. m. aa -i free. All are welcome. Rev. A. N. Kelg C I K N T R A L 1' R L s ) Church. Krux street'! J. Howard Nixon, JJ *>.. 1' Services: 1U a. in. uiu - A TT MON M. K. CHURCH, Hr - U Slengte, pastor. Preaching at lu.aua. H VTF.RJ dT.WP'® are iuvitt.il. , HffJ /1HURCH OF THE u ^ 0 , H Vj oh> l «Ireel, near ti 7.4) V'. iieet ms in. uu J. Is. EHIIIU, PUHWI. Horvlc«*« at UL* 1 *; r School at U a. m. i . au p. I » II11. » I»U , .I' H I * • J* „ u hSIl ' I AMI ItA Ull HOU *■ ■a ru, *»"• , „ J WinnlMW"**® 1 1 hia and InteriuvJt^25"i'i IMH. in.; 2 " w ' ' J.I», » I meJI»« stJ "" ' NoVKM HK TraiuB will lea for Pblladelph 7.00. • .l'l, W. V- Pnij«ile!phln Express 10.03 a. m. 12,15. 2.US, !< « P Philu. aud Now i ork m 13.JW. 12.43, 6.17 p. Baltimore and lutein* 8.35 a, Baltinnue snU ih'F f-'"'-" UHltnnere anU Wssurus New Ua«tle u.UU, p.m. Harrington " ".i 1 ' Utl l> 'h'"'miAV TUAISS. iU)HiaU ul PhllsdslphissjJ t Mvip 5 -hSiS^" rt ^'' P -,Sitinmr B suJ O', !'• , ti/ ; •• hdU lotermfrliHUJ HisUo"* j •..I .. 12.51, referred to depot.