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, lln< Anything »tor»
MOji-Th« Oov.rnor AI
v&iärJrZ'SäJt
*i rt'n «•winn to tho Independent
n« r intensified tills oven
innoiiiioomcnt thst Colonel
« had resigned Ills position
- V State In consequence ol
" el4 ' > oust Is Senator Cameron'«
and his most powerful
«-■in, he sarcastically eUR/pts«*
» «hould consult i'attlsou rnul
R»? hi *
«r***
fl« " <•»'
O'
ttllh
I
,l.
oil—
I'V
fiction
U,.,, tenant
p A t Nov. 4.—Governor
f I,'" ».led to-night by a press corres
Î. vhctlter he had received any notlfi
Im Secretary Quay of hi. re.lgna
'Ù, he possessed such a paper,
.miihatleally having received any
tho secretary that he In
d. r.«lirn his petition.
«andenthusiastic Republican meot
; ,i i here this eveolng. B|ieeehes
ll l.v Lvuain Gilbert and Dlstrlet
« Mct'srreh the former making an
Idnnclf right i
I,, by Governor Hoyt, cotice
I
!/:
pi
>gurd to the
eut mai
^nrni.i, Nov. 4—Colonel Mathew
' bi-u-lcgraphed his resignation
nurll'nvtat'B.SO hist evening, ami
U, jli" It publie until he tele
I |,|, assistant, Mr/ Chandler, to
unsigned iloeuments were to
d to
a'nddir," that he had not held the
,i Decretal? since last evening.
GOVERNOR 1IOTT.
ATEUKST
Nov. 5.—Governor Hoyt
lictlicrollowiug statement tu refer
lUtlie ( Largi-fi against him, made at
ibll»» meeting here last evening, that
EfiJ the State's funds In connection
Shers for private speculative purposes,
u lo avoid disgrace he had appealed
to como to Ills assist
»tor Cameron
ihioii the latter did. He says:
" the number of any pool engaged
tk speculation,
sliranil without qualification, that I
K vi r requested, in |>erson or by agent
r Cameron, any financial assistance,
,f or myself or anybody else; that he
eteridvaneed one dollar to me, or in
th!f. <*r on my account, In any trans
i t it;il that I have never had any rela
r connection iu business with any
lorcninhination
"I
V-*
I desire to state, cm
pool to whom he
ate »ilvanred money directly or In
ly .So lar in life 1 have not been cotn
elthcr the intellectual,
»r financial resources of
Thirt attack is, doubtless,
[of their discipline of extermination
fc hlam to tic subjected in common
iliH'e nuinher of other citizens of the
•v! wealth. We accept the situation."
»plytos question m to whether he
(dived Col. Quay's resignation as 8<*c
rof Ibe Commonwealth, he said, "Mr.
I» resignation has t)«'nn received and
nacccpteil. I part with him with
wregret. I have appointed as his sue
m'i)|. Francis Jordan, of this city,
Lncptol and will go on duty as
Ct tomorrow morning. Col. Quay's
ta va* simply a tender of his rcslg
tsnd stated tlufl ho would be hers
PKk to settle."
to draw >
political
Catarrh of tho Illadder.
rn*irritation, inflammation, all Kid
nil Urinary complaints, curad by
«pill*" «L
MORNING SUMMARY.
8tcn*,'.rr Biaine arrived in Washing
I Saturday night.
rkk Rowland, a hark driver, com
1 suicide by jumping from a fourth
window in New York yesterday.
I. 1'. V. McCarthy, pastor of the
kh of the Immaculate Conception in
■nirtn^diedywtrrday in that city.
Ka Radford shot and killed his wife at
fu-\ Ohio , on Miiturday, because she
pplioi for s divorce
ilt'cram from Newj»ort, R. I., says:
R<v. J)r. Child, whose funeral
toplace on Tuesday, leaves, to the
be of hi* friend«, ?ir>o,ooo in personul
was arrested.
Ihcran Filmiiiior F.xcelsior, Captain
bf.Ha<irM nir Altai», on the Pacific
bit. Ono of her crew
bl ujmn a reel'. the others urfc sui»
•otire perbhed.
W'tmnof
' iprocity with the United
« ga.u diM'iiMfd i,y the Mexican
A reciprocity treaty meets littlo
Blhr-ri-vtnin « ,,r Mexico come prin
« lm|»)i-t duties.
dûcuirul Charles II. Poor died of
■ a ;. l,lr 11 *'l'!" <• in Washington last
, , J Vai •"Tn in Massachusetts,
,if> l,av v in 1825. He wan
«tbo retired list!
1870.
« Ü fkhn,
convicted of murder in
b»r killing Edward
entenced in Towsontown,
•'•durday, to 15 years' im
in the penitentiary.
WtHne Of tl,« Board of llealtb or
Saturday night It was
I H 'V occurred t n that city
I,." " r ' t 1110 population of Des
""'"und numbers. Is about 111,000.
ni,,r uing a wrench caused a
c w« 1,1 '«-Governor Hendrick's
place Is reported to be
b illy, au.l the physicians
y indication of recovery."
■ who murdered Annie
i'Osc she would not
an il'^iremcut, was convicted
(i «"iMday night of murder in
llic defense was insanity.
, M. pi' I idled States District
l " f 0j -Vctfcrday morn
Kc arrivé i' , of congestion of the
wtig," tM Washington about
'»uthai dW "' tak, ' n dek shorlly
® Kt l d«gro«»,
. Hi a
•.
»rois,
IHatthc....
r May hec
Mu n
re
B'Slickti
cartrlJ 8 c f >' tn ry In
bbv sm 1 u ' Wft9 destroyed on
*** on » ( ' aU8e( 1 by the
* ' 1,11 01 8 °me fulminate of
TUmen were injured,
aunders, fatally.
kA Church,In Chester,
hZ £ n imcp .' erectc '> »t " cost
Bishop yesterday morn
l)f aDft,u } n of Harrisburg, in
J,fü « îiinmln«^ r* con K r egatlon.
1,11118 i» pastor of the
appear
■ • seteu
S ha,
■coirm ™.'" a(,e heT second i
Gei? I,al1 ' "oeton, on
Sliest „erf rei >®wcd the suc
n The »Mt hall
rtVJi: '' , ''7 » laslii mahle
L, 'll mul'il the fai,- pj n ^,. r to
Wta*S» a Oaorgo Bates, who
^°ribfield Savings
I 1C at Montptilior,
»H ,w"They pick* the
ki'.i i,,. . ' cllK . removed a block
H tut a ' 6 cclll "g, got Into the
passage through a brick
I®new (••«.,, r
"^u-rtlav i.i J. • v ' ' low fever were ifc
^ is ti„. „.«"wcoln. Among the
l,|p ^^ r * Marschalk,
S'ifcodv Irli whose family
:•
a lifted, himself and
c" ' fiildn-i/V ha< tho *i*sease, nnd
r Ur yof ,i R V ,,lr , aiÄl ' Dr - Whit.
*Vl«|i f, 11 ul '•»'»Ith, has
»„j two of his
Mi I,
*'"'v si,.).
Sr*
Orl,
Î.^Csrti,'. 1 * 8 v . 08t erday morning
K W, «2a'«Äh l ? red '. h,t
II ! 11 101 t,,r oat cut and
tr *pPak. it' * throat cut and
lwV lvl *e in to infol ' m 1,18
K. *■ ' i «. , ' hr,,at t' ut nn.l dead.
5?kk'nnaii. P, pmdntl to recover,
**«■■ r " ll0 was cut hy a
l»r 0r ««ie dû,"J?' U u helieved
^:;:-n.eS or ' thr,wi
ii, iw, l ll ' iu *'' s ""
°f Min®
rv . ^ M before lie be
Uoalth Rtt,ewer.
11
KBD BANK IN ri.AMKH.
ol
All Kiitir. lluslne.. Ill,,,* Deslrojed and
the Fire Still II » 1 ; in a at Midnight.
Knn Bank, N..J.,y, ly . S ._ A tiro broke
out about 7 o'clock this ovcnlng In tho busi
ness portion ol the town, just opposite to
the scene ol the Inal two fires, tn a stable
belonging to.I W. Childs, and at th n p£.
cut moment-,nidnl K ht_l„M destroyed an
entire business lilook, Including the West,
era Union Telegraph ami the Central Ex
press ollices. The tire extend, up llroad
«ireet to and including the Methodist church,
ami Is threatening the First National Bank
building.
Thr* buildings destroyed up to 10 p m
wereI occupied by the following firms: 8. IL
Vandegrlft millinery; K. T Chadwick,
«rugs, ft. it. Bergen*, boot« and shot-*
Thomas Heckles, groceries; , 1 . H. Peters &
Co., hardware: It . 1 . Warden, cigars;
Joseph Childs, hakcry; ,1. W. Childs
stationary; Bohroeder A: Co., drugs- Il II
Curt's, furnishing goods; ». 8. Allaire',
butcher; Mrs, Whs, millinery; .1. 8almth
stoves; T. !.. Davis, flour and feed, and
Edgar, butcher. Spinning ,v Patterson's
large Itrlck building stood the lire. The
New Jer*ev »Standard'*
I'V
.nice
burned.
"Hough
for "Rough on Corns." 15
Qutek relief; complete,
Con»«, wart«, bunions.
<
centf.
eure.
permanent
Heavy Co», by Hi« Flames.
SuiiEVEi-oKT, La., Nov. r,.—\ tire which
originated tn H. Wolfs dry goods »lore on
Texas street near. Spring, nearly totally
destroyed the following : M. I.evv''s
clothing store, M. Roos' saloon and restau
rant, B. Wolfs dry goods store, T. C. Lewis'
drug store, A. Kuhn's hardware and house
furnishing store and several Masonic
Knights of Pythias lodge rooms. The loss
$7.r<)00 ateU Ut * 10r * ,0(M) ' inhUri ' , " ,< - about
THE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOODS.
SyitAwnuimir & Ci.otuieii,
Dkai.eiis is Dur Goons Kict.i
F.ioiirn and Maiirkt Stiiki:
Telepli«
James F. Wood A Co., have for ibe ac
commodation of their numerous customers,
beeu compelled to put a telephone In their
office. They are eonneeted with the Ex
change. All orders and communications
will receive prompt attention.
Al en
young or old suffering fron» nervous c:
physical debility or Impotence should send
to I*rof. Mars ton, lt#i Fulton street, New
York, for a complete treatise on lost man
Sent under cover, free. tU,w
MlVKI.y,
I V.
(InminunlrM.loiiN.
hood.
Th® llnsnit of 1»
A repro.rntMlv« .,f The Timet- Démarrai win
f iresenl at the office of Tho I»tii«inun Ntato
xittery rompauy when Mr. I>. P. Hlair of Boi
uuitms, MWs., roccivotl a chock for$15.000,i
luck v holder of one fifth of tho capital nrl_
I7&.ISX), on ticket No. 42,101, and asked: "Did
you not fool dated when favored by fortune?"
' No not at all. 1 had an Idea I would win. 1
had been taking tlckots—well, now it must bo
for nearly two years, and 1 was biding my time,
for I felt my turn would como soon. 1 never
hurried tho Iaottory Company op. but waited,
taking my tickets rejrularfv overy inontli, and
now I ve hit thorn. "What do you intend
doing with the money?" •Well, the night I
believed I had won 1 mentally distributed it.
I have chlldron. and I propose to invest a por
tion of the money for them. The plans I made
on that night 1 intend carrying out. 1 felt on
that occasion by intuition, it would nlmost
soem, that I had won. Tho feeling, of course,is
Impossible to describe. Thus he bided his tlmo.
The next drawing will occur November 14tb,and
any Information thereof can be had on appllea
tlon to M. A. Dauphin, New Orleans, La.— .V
O. Times-Democrat, September in.
nerim«*®.
tho
of
FURS.—Exclusively—FURS.
WEBB
UiV* ror npb , tr assort mon t of La4li^* ,
FURS, also, M R GLOVE8 nml FPU CAPS for
Men ami llov«.
oct*28-12t-10
WOMAN CANYjT; HEALTH OF WOMAN
(SYMPATHIZE WIT®is THE HOPE o!
Jf WOMAN.
JHE RACE)
I
1
f
%
'a'
ïet&é^
Ca V«
LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S
VE&ETABLE C0MP0ÜITD.
A Hor® Core for nil FEMALE WKAtt
NESSE8, Inclading Lencerrhœaf Ir*
regular nnd Tainfal Menstruation,
Inflammation and ITlceratton of
tho Womb, Hooding, PliO
LAPSUS UTE1U, Arc.
tyrrif'»»««! to the taute, rflimcio
Id Itn effect. It te n great help In pregnancy, and re
lieves pain daring labor and at rt gular periods.
rHT8IC!A5R V8E IT AADrnV.M FmE IT FU1KLT.
and Immédiat*
fWFoa all Weakvebses of tho generative organs
remedy that has ever
publie ; and for all dlxcnsce of the
of either rev, it is second to
been !>oforo
Kidneys It is tho Greatest Itemed y in the World.
rî7"KlDNPY C'O.II PIjAINTS of Dither Sex
Find Great Relief In Its Us«.
LVDIV E. PINimAM'H BLOOD n itiFiEn
will eradicate every vestigo of Humora from
e time will give tone and strength to
the Compound.
l lu»
Rood,
thoHj-Hliui. As marvellous in roMUltn
I ho s
d and Dlood Purifier
Avo
tff*noth tho Compo
233 and 2» Woste
, Ijnn. Mara.
Prtre of either, $1. Biz bottles for Tho Compound
is sent by mail In tho form of pills, or of Jonongcp,
receipt of price, Q1 per box for either. Mn. Pinkham
freely answers all letter» of inquiry. Enel
■tamp. Bend for pamphlet. Mention this Hiper.
Const ip»
. itb ocnlA
IWLydiv PrncnAii's I rvm I'n.t.s evn
tlon. BiliouJmesa nnd Torpidity of tho Liver,
ffyRold by oll I>ru (cgist». "ait
(*>
RHEUMATISM AND COuT CURED,
When
cRiahliBh by n chain of evidence*
cry inquiry but make« Hrongcr, that we
radical remedy for Rheumatic
put thntcvldenco within tho reach
ry nnd without price , we
it a deaj
wh:ea
have the only rent.
Disorder», nnd
of every Ruflorer without
claim that
hut tho fool will
ear or closo hi* eyes to tho glad tidings wo tiring to
his blighted lifo In jur.ho tons.
tho ronsuBimation of your
I stricken down by
* fora few moment«
drunk of tho water)
full of tho joy of health, ready to
dependent famillo*. and
life's ambition before you w<*
disoa?o, wo ouk you to go with
to tho homes of some who
of life nnd
tell to tho world their glad experience. \\ o will give
you no fulno ntatement, nnd make
ranuot, by proper inquiry (by letter oi
friend«) bo probed to tho bottom ts.1 found
truth,
assert io» which
..rough
bo full
A
Araock hundreda cured our preevni »M«« allow* n*
Mr. Hardick, 11H Plymmub 81.. Brooklyn; • le 1er e
l^sL^irookija—G.'ver# Bfci
StT Baldo St., Brooklyn — Aou
:
o Rhcun
Mr. Haet/Qf*. V-d
Goup
0». Oa
Cbronlu Khe
Mr. Hochel
doctor**
Ur. F
tiara 4ycare.
r. Uajland.
matory and Chronic Bhturaa
D Mri. P pUkln*ran. lW24th 8t., Brooklyn—Acute and Cbroolo
Rbeamaliam t»r rear»; "had tried everything
Dr. Goodrich, Sew York Ctty-Chromo Hbci
Mr a. Williamson, 6« «rove Bt. f Nrwkork
smmaiory Rhpiunnd«ra JOyeara: flu«c
Mr. Dixon,m Weal S«., New York—Ch
pT. l NaUi'*u*Woo4, 104 South ll., New Tork-Chronio
?T Greonwiah Av.,Naw York—Chrenla Bbaa
Cbr
nod
Gout«
i;
US
nit
110(10
Rheuraa
, 451 Third Avcoae, Brooklyn-Ch
Balnbrldge ft.. Brykjyn-Achte^tnflam
I
nil
by It.
• liheu
H I
m Ju *™e* tv o*i m au , ÎV Oakland Av., Jeraey Clly-Chronie
KM
ntlemea know many othn
Dyapepela, Liver and Ki<!
r deaerved attention, o
you wll)
d«e
The ebov
B. tLofBh
y»,
(Ire tbi
I
elrct
Elntorr, Adams Ai Co., 06 Atlantir Av.,
ami 105 William St., N.l.Ci
Orooklyu,
UJ.UTHINB.
$
}
C? 1 \A:
T
n
OVERCOATS
For Fall and Winter.
'1 lie time is at hand (or the
purchase ol these poods, and
our slock represents every vari
ety, from the cheaper eassi
meres to fine silk and satin
lined heavers,
which can be
every one of
well recom
mended for superior cut and
finish, at prices to meet the
ability of every purchaser.
A. C. YATES 4 CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
PHILADELPHIA.
«Kptmjau-84
C OAIa.
gOMETJING NEW.
Connellsville Coke !
Crushed for Family use.
Egg, Stove,
Small Stove,
and Chestnut,
Comparing with corresponding Anthra
cite sizes, $7.00 per 2,000 pounds.
NO DUST!
NO ASH !
NO CLINKER !
NO WASTE 5
HEAT INTENSE I TRY IT I
Ciias. Warner & Co.

Market Street Wharf.
-100
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVEl
ALL SIZES OF COAL !
—OF—
SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY USE
—AT TMK—
AT TIIE LOWEST MARKET RATES !
put in cellars.
All coal well screened ;
Be F TOWNSEND,
OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH ST.
dftf-Tclephonlc couimunieatlon with all parts
of the elltv.
12
50 th
POPULAR
MONTHLY drawing of the
i
I
Ï
lu the city of LOUISYILLF;
Thursday, November 30th '82.
These drawings occurinonthly under provisions
f nn acitoftheGenerul Assembly of Kentucky.
The United States Circuit Court on March 31
tendered the following decision:
First—That tho Com in on wealth Distribution
'oinpany Is legal.
Second—its drawings
The Company bus now on hand a large reserve
fund. Head carefully the list of prizes of the
of
fair.
NOVEMBER DRAWING.
fTO.OOO
10,000
5,000
1 Prize.
1,000 each
10 P
.. 10,000
.. 10,000
.. 10,000
.. 12,000
.. l0,«»0
.. 2,700
.. 1,800
100 •*
50 "
20 "
10 "
no
fi Nt
1,000
" Approximation
yoo
B0 "
.1112,400
,900 Prizes.
WHOLE TICKETS, |2. HALF TICKETS, fl.
27 Tickets, $50; M Ticket», $100.
Remll Money or Bank Draft tn Letter, or
by Express. Don't send by Registered Letter or
Post Office Order. Ordere of $5 and upward by
ExnresB. c«n be sent a* our expense. Address afl
ortiers to R. M. KOAKUMAN, Courier-, I on niil
Building, LoolSviUe, Ky., or, ll. M. Bt»AKD
MAN, M» Broadway. New York. C.22-U8-ly-0b
ltATLt AND WMKJ.YaAr.tTfK.
-THR
DAILY GAZETTE,
V)
U
-UNDRR
/ U'
New Management,
—WITH—
New Features.
The
Only Democratic
Daily in the
State !
FULL ASSOCIATED PRESS
Reports by Telegraph.
ALL THE
LOCAL NEWS
ALIVE PAPER
For "LIVE" People
ONE
Only One Cent,
CENT,
-OR
Six Cents per Week.
Twenty-five Cents per Month.
SERVED BY
CARRIERS IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY.
By Mail, Postage Paid:
One year, $3.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.55 in advance.
Three months, 80c in advance.
!
-the
DELAWARE GAZETTE
( WEEKLY. )
A Paper for the Whole
Peninsula.
THE FARMERS' FAVORITE JOURNAL.
CROWDED WITH LOCAL AND
TELEGRAPHIC NEWS.
The Cheapest Paper
Published in the
State.
A First-class Advertising
Medium for those who desire
specially to reach the Agricul
tural Classes.
A
tng
etc.,
4Sd
made
huli
Terms■
One year, $2.00 in advance.
Six months, $1.10 in advance.
Three months, 60c in advance.
lars
•en
ADDRESS :
BELL it TAYLOR,
KING STREET,
NO.
502
L11LNGTON, DÏÏ
IfdffOK DBA.
QRANGE GROVE
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IK FACT—
THEPURF.ST. RICHEST AND BEST IlYB
WHlbKY EXTANT.
bottle.
By the gale
JAMES A. KELLY
?
Unlfor
""'"iLh
Absolutelypure rye.
A relbiblc. stimulant
3. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STS.
In
and delicate In flavor.
and aafe tonic.
mv.Vly-26
WgOLKSALE L
• ^
gOMETIIING NEW.
BOHEMIAN BEER,
The Best Beer Brewed.
John F. Bet* A Soir«, Celebrated Liebotschanor
Bohemian Lager Beer, Bottled by
* JNO. MULROONEY, '
501 & 503 TATNALL STREET, (North
west cor. Fifth ami Tatnall,) Wilmington,
Also sob* agent for John (
tine
diner tt C«.'s Con
!i! Brewery ale and porter, brown »tout and
>ek ales
old
u.vi-a)
J OHN P. DONAnOE,
-BOTTLER OF—
AND SOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MAS8EY
A ( O.'b PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e <'clobratf>fl T'.artholomav. R»c' cater Beer,
all«* bi«'wings ary unequalled for ivurltyand
Üavor; constantly on band in k< if <»r
bottled. Mineral
the dlticrcut flavors.
era in all
57 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DFL.
A^Tollte and ac.conunodatlnir drivers. Orders
aptly uttended to. H
Tiliplio "
ny mail |
led with the
e is ait40 conuec
«; ExchauKu. and his bl^nal
- "àtU
it.
myl-is
WE HOLD IN STORE AND IN U. S.
TV BONDED WAREHOUSE« pure rye
wiii.skleu from the following celebrated dis
tilleries
A. Overkolt A Co., Jnnunry 1879 and June 1880.
A. Guckciihclmer A Bro., Mav 1879.
John Gibson, Sou A (Jo..May 1H7» and June t880.
mis Distilling Co., August 1879.
rwood, November and June 1880.
Neveralnk (Rea« I lug, Pa.,) Februar«*, 1880.
Mt. Vernon, May, 1880.
The above g- ads will be sold either In bond
tax paid a
may be see
NO. 10.1 MARKET STREET.
my.VJO
II
Bhe
liic b
-it market rate«. Samples
this »tore.
FRA NT IS KELLY A CO.
V SI)*:21TAKEI18.
JO H NSOÎT& BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
S. W. COR. TENTII & MARKET, STS.,
W ILMINGTON, DEL.
Residences :
L. HARRY JOHNSON,
617 Jefferson st.
sep29-mwf-ly-14
G. T. BARNHILL,
23d and Tu mal
JAMES McKENNA,
Furnishing Undertaker.
mêë
2« IVE3T SECOND STREET.
XVILMINOTON. UE I. AW ARK. 6-1-S-21
NO.
QREF.N
FURNISHING UNDERTAKERS.
& BRO.,
Office—Soutiif.art Cornfu Fifth
ANUJi STKK1CTH.
Or
Residences :
J*. .1. (» ukkn, 1115 West Tliird street.
J. F. UKEKX, 7<W Madison street.
Jti^Taylor's latest Improved corps.
nresrrrv
ft-24-3 H
t DR. aj>
w .
[ DEtOFE - AND - AFTER 1
Electiic Appliances are sont on 30 Days' Trial.
TO ONLY, Y0UFJ9 GR OLD,
"1 \r 1TO arc rnffcrtng from Nkiivous Debility,
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Commodore, Earl English, V. S. X., (Thief of thr Bureau of Equipment and liecrusHini/,
Washington, D.'C. Sir : In obedience to your ordere of December 8tb, I beg leaye to sub
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"TFIE FELT MATTRESSES AND PILLOWS
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raosphere.
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o! the Felt, if possible. A chain shackle, weighing twenty-five pounds, was made fast to
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hours, the upper side oi the model was still above the surface of the
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Commandant's Orne*, Navt Yard, N. Y., Forwarded Dec. l'lth, 1871).
[8lgned] W. W. Qcees, Captain Commanding.
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