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M.COND EDITION
A NEW YORK LIBEL SUIT
Editors in Trouble for Using
Ugly Names.
A MAN CRAZED BY POLITICS
ftESUING DAMAbK»
Trial for Calling a
hswspapsr Men
Mas a Thief, a Murderer and Other Part
N am e s .
Ukookltn, N. Y., Nov. 15.—William Fly
Shanks has sued Joseph Uart and Louis F.
Pott, editors of the Truth, and Abraham
li. nummcl, for an alleged libel,
aud claims 8100,000 damages for print
lug articles charging him with be
ing the friend aud associate of a
blackmailer aud Joining in a conspiracy
extort money and to use the columns of
Tribun«, of which plaintiff xns city editor,
I.,;-unlawful purposes; also for publishing
that the plaintiff was a thief, a murderer, a
|,ig, ite. The case la now being tried In the
I Kvuit Court.
; he
Complaint* Made of I*nbIio Servants^
A subscriber complains that not once
since the present administration took hold
F»fthe city affairs has Windsor street be
tween Sixth and Ninth, been visited bv the
street cleaners. He thinks it an outrage to
the residents there, aud would like the
Street Commissiouurs to take notice The
careleesnesb of the ash men is aflo causing
much aunoyancc and consequent complaint
particularly on Tatnall street, between
Lighth and Ninth. It is claimed that a
Lerrel or box of ashes is emptied
into the carts before the horses stop
and that nearly hnlt the matter
u» spilled in the street, or blown on the side
walk. A lady in that vicinity was very
much irritated by the way her uavetnent
•vus soiled aud thus addressed a male neigh
bor who passed by while 6he was in a light
ing mood : "Do you swear, sir?" "Well,
sometimes, and under great, provocation;
but why V* was the reply. "Look at that
barrel, those ashes and me, and see wliat
you
It»« explanation,
lilmeelf
the night before.
do in the way of swearing,'' was
The gentleman excused
4KJ the plea that he passed a church
Election Day Events l*ooti/.od.
A correspondent sends the following :
" 'Twas on the seventh of November, 'Neath
viouds of chilling rain. The Democrats
1 urned out In a body, Their sacred rights to
maintain. The police auil deputy marshals,
had orders to run them away, And with the
help of the negroes, They tried to use foul
«lay* They shot into
ad ice let them go, For against a negro's
ights, that day, A white man had no show,
iut the worst of all must
riurdcr they dosed the day. For they shot
»or Dan Maguire, And his life-blood ebbed
way.''»
people, And the
be told, With
W. If. 15.
C'rnre«! by tli« Flection.
Marsoaltown, Iowa, Nov. 15.—Frank
toward, a prominent farmer, a pronounced
'rohibltionist, has gone insane over the re
dit of the election. He gave, himsdt away
» the City Marshal by uufolding, In sup
usetl confidence, a detailed plan for buru
ig all the sal4X)it8 'in the city and asking
• Ip for making similar arrangements with
rohibitionists in all parts ot the country.
Heal'a Itcnefit.
« ' The ainatucr performance given in Odd
ellow's Hall last night for the benefit of
Ï iward Heal was well attended.
♦ rtainment
r it joyed by the audience,
v cry g«x)d. The united four,—Turner, Mack,
Ï uwney and McAlvaney,—and James I*.
I oy, the boneless wonder, took their parte
> tv well.
The en
a very good one aud much
The music* was
Two Serious Falls.
Tcoterday John Cummerford, a caulker,
living at 708 F.ast Seventh street, fell from
aj.Hcaffold at the Jackson *fc Sharp Works, a
dptance of feet,
alikle. Last evening Franklin Kelly fell
B.lo a sewer in the rear of the 8 lotsen berg
foundry and cut big forehead In a dangerous
uiauner. Dr. BioeUsom attended both men.
Exclu
d dislocated his left
V e Deal lu Hat*, Caps und 1
slvetj.
All our attention, time and facilities for
b islncH» transactions are wholly devoted to
branch of trade, and we
blfi
there
fore, enabled to offer unusual advantage, to
*ll buyers. E. H. Ruraford «fc Bru., 104 Mar
ket street.
A Dig Ho«
This Evening.
Almost every scat down t* taira at the
been reserved for tho
O' London" this evedlng.and stand
ing room only is likely to be tho result of
toiling to secure tickets in advance.
House li
o^ra
•'Lights
Awaiting Owners.
The six chairs and live red lanterns found
In the club room on Orange street raided
yesterday morning still await owners at the
City Hall. They can be had upon upplicu
Tl in and proving property.
BRIEF TELEGRAMS.
Cincinnati. Nov. 15.—Casper Wringart
ber, while drunk last night, tried to shoot a
watchman. This morning his body w:
l<»und flouting in the river.
Providence, R. I., Nov, 15.—Two thous
and case« oi fever of different form» are said
to be raging in this city. The condition of
( ove Basin aud the river Is said to be the
cause.
PllOVIDENCE, K. I., Nov. 15.—At
i-iiir of creditor« (<t
mcct
Uuine & Sackett,
v oolen manufacturer«, this morniu^ the
i«'port of the assigne
that c
as road, showing
dusive of the mill property nr cl the
,rt £ a £ ( ' tho liabilities are $j'25,262.50 :
assets $158,400.73.
Philadelphia, Nov. 15.—Peter Wright
.fc Son, general agent« for tlm Red Star
Steamship Company doubt the truth of the
rumor that the* steamer «unk by the West
phalia was the Nederland, which sailed from
Antwerp
Saturday, and «ay if the Neder
in her course «lie would have been
the eol
land w
-50 mile« we«t of the «pot win*
Urion took place.
* Among tho ladles who
may be several sickly ones wfio have
îhetr minds ti
that''What can't be cured.
While the truth of the old p
dent it is just possible they
judgment
nrl outside of tho medical profession, nuc
rote giving up in despair they had bettor
the efficacy of Mrs. I.ydia E. I'ir.kh:
table Compound, Which 1« now attracting uûl
i orzal attention.
y read this there
lo up
which snecitle*
st be endured."
erb Is self-ovi
. have erred in
to tho possibilities of the healing
* " id be
on the old kc
test
'» Vege
CITY ITEMS
«'has. II. Vary, Phila. Messenger,603 Market.
Hatterley & Co., Piiowigraphors, 802 Market st
Whoa In need of
Heater, Hange and Stove House, 200 to 213
Shipley street, and ask to see tho Magic Range.
Especial attention 1* called to tho Magic
llango. and the Royal Range and tho Excelsior
( 'ook Stoves, for «aie at Schoen's Heater,Range
und Stove House, 209 to 213 Shipley street.
In addition to the Iloator. Ran go and Stove
burines« we would call especial attention to
utnple facilities to execute orders promptly for
Tlr., Sheet Iron. Bra««, Copper and Zinc work.
Sehoen, 209 and 213 Shipley street.
JJ your stove needs repairing let ns know and
will attend to It promptly, Schoen, 209 and
-13 Shipley street.
purchasing don't fail to call ami
I he "Magic and Royal" Range«, at Schoen'«
Hatter, ltango und Stovo House, 209 to 213
Mripley street.
Does your srovo need repairing ? Do you need
* uw one? Do you wi«h to exchange
or rongo? II so call at Sehoen'i
•tenter, Range and Stovo House, 209 and 213
Shipley street, and ho will give you a bagaln.
No trouble to show good*.
S hoen'3 Heater, Range and Stove House, 209
to 213 Shipley street. Is connected with tho Tele
pb«ne Exchange, and all orders will receive
proupt attention.
Brick«, grates and repair.* constantly on
utft'&opnHeater, Range and Stove H
21Stphlp]«y street.
stove onll ut Schoen's
• efore
baud
mise,
/
A
TRAIN« LEAVE W1LMINOTON FOB
— SJ»»— IS»* —MO-«.« T.«*I—
ns—g.oot—».asi— ».«}— lo.ao—if.« ».
It lo—12.1A—IS.»»—1. «—3. SOI—4.00—
-O.UA-M»*-t.S»-T.»0*-».Ù*p«._
T.ia
ÜB
Nnw YOU — SOO*—xss*—«.»O—T.tO-S.W—
11.63 ».
BiLTIMOU— 1.0»*—1.«*— 4.61*— A«* — ».IT
10.00 ». m.—lXS6—1.00—l.OB—6.00—«.00-4 .it—
11.04* p. m.
W A&amoTo»—1.12*—4.61*— «.06— ».IT ». at
-100-1.0»—«.67—11.04» p. a.
!»•»»—1.6» —6.1T*— «A»*— T.S» p.m.
BALTDCOM ARB IVTBRVBDIATR OTATlOR*—
i.06*-9.17 10.00 a. in,*—1.00-4.00 f>. m.
* Trains running both daily and Sunday,
tTrains running only on Sunday.
Connect at tlray'a Ferry for old depot,
Broad and Washington avenue.
Dblawa&s Railroad— «.00»— 0.10 a. m,—*l.M
—4.00*—4.»t p. ». No Sunday trains.
* For Now Castle only
t For Harrington and Intermediate
WrutiROTOH Ik North saw railboad— 7.47 a.
m:—1.05—t.oo-e.ao p. m. On Sunday for
Heading and St. Peter-8.10 a. ».
Dclawarb Watt thru Ha|LROaz>—7.04—10.80
а. in;—4.30 p. m. Sunday trains 10.80a. m—4.00
p. ».
TRAINS ARRIVE AT WUbrtl NOTON FHOM
PHILADXLYHIA.—12.60—1.00—1.82*—4.47*—7.46
8.02?—9.12—9.06—lO.lOf—11.35—13.36 a. Bj—13.60
—1.07 —2.80f -2.60- 4.36- 4.66— 6.40-6.M-4.3C
—4.48—7.36f—7.45—0.60—10.58—10.61 p. ».
NSW ïoiut— 1.32*-4.47*—f.03t—0.12 a. «î
12.60—1.07—4.66—4.48*—10.64 p. ».
Baltimoius— 1.61*—2.13*—9J&—9.64-11.49 a.
m:— 13.a6-l.60-6.ll*—4.80*—7.34-0.40* n. m.
Wabhimotoh— 1.61*—3.13—11.48a. m:—12.30
-1.60—6 11*—4.30*—7.34—0.40* D. ».
» Both dally and Sunday,
f ( in Sunday only.
Dklawakb bailro ai>—8.60—10.16*a.»>—13.06
—5.05*— 6.06 p. m. No »Sunday trains.
* From Now Castle only.
WlLMlKOTOW A NonTHHRR RAILÄOAIV-6.36
8.40—11.36 a. m;—6.40 p. m. Un Sunday from
Heading and St Feter *t 7 10 p. m.
Delaware W mi ser Kailkoao— 8.00 a. mj—
2.15 p. m. Sunday trains 9.10 a. m.j—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FUR WILMINGTON
Philadelphia New Broad Stehet Dhpot—
12.30*—3.55*—4.30—7.30*—8.00—4.31—8.86f—10.14
-11.30—11.50 a. m;—18.23—1.397—1.82—4.14—
4.03- 4.26- 5.05— 6.30— 6.66- 4.06f — 4.84 —4.80*
— V.30—KJ.00—11.32* V. ».
Broad awo Wasqî kotow avert*— 4.80—4.00
.-10.16 a. m;—1.SO—3.10—4.30—5.16 p. ».
Nbw OaBTLB— 8.33—10.00—11.44 a. m.—4.40
б. 49 p. m.
* Dally and Sunday,
t On Sunaay only.
X
stations.
ISpTho black foruree denote the Limited
ICxpress trains.
OUI l MAILS
Their Arrival Mid Departure, Taking
Effect July 1st, 188«.
Tho Ptwit Office in this city will be open dally,
except Sunday, from 6.30 a. tn. to 9 p. m.
Private boxes are accessible until 11 p. m. On
Sundays open from 8.30 to 9 SO a. m. Private
boxes accessible from 6 to 8 p. m. The whole
sale stamp window will close at 6.30 p. m. The
money order eflloe will close at 6.00 p. m.
MAILS CLOSE AS FOLLOWS :
KOETH.
Wilmington k Northern Railroad to Keadlng
Fa., and points on the Baltimore Central south
of Chadd's Ford, 7.40a. in.
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.00 a. m.
Philadelphia and waytnail, 9.00 a. m.
New York, Pennsylvania and points east and
kt, 9. s. m.
Delaware Western Railroad to Landsnberg,
10.00 ft. Kl.
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
d New Jersey, 11.60 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and wert, 1.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and weet, 4.4o p. tn.
Philadelphia and New York cities, closed
pouches, 9.o6 p. m.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all
lowest 9.86 p. m.
All points north, east, wen and southwest.
points west and
11.00 p. Hi.
AH Louisiana in sent west except New Orleans
which is sont south on through mails.
SOUTH.
al timoré and way mail, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. m.
All points on the Peninsula, 8.30 a. m.
Supplementary mall for tho Peninsula, 9.00
I
Baltimore, Washington and all peints south,
12.30 p. m.
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Klkton and
Havre do 4>race. 12.30 u. m.
Points on Baltimore (.'entrai, between Pori de
Posit, Northeast and Chadd's Ford,12 80 p. m.
Baltimore and Bay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harrington, including
Delaware City and St. Georges, 3.50 p.m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.50 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
11.4» p. m.
MAILfi AUIUVE ASH READY FOE DELIVERY.
Wilmington A Northern Kallrosd,
6.30 p. m.
From New York. Philadelphia, Washington
and all cthor points, 6.80 p. m.
m Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and went. 8.3U a. m.
way mail from Philadelphia, 8.30 a. m.
Erom Peninsula and ail north of Harrington
F
t
9.15 a. m.
Baltimore and way mail, 9.60 a. m.
From Baltimore, 12.30 p. m.
Peninsula mail, 12.30 p. m.
Prom Philadelphia, New York and points
north and ea*t. 1.30 p. ra.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south, 2.20 p. m.
I
Delawaro Western Hallroad, 3.30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, Now York and points
north and east, 6.40 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and points
south and southwest. 6.40 p. m.
Carriers deliveries as follows : 6.30 a. m., gen
eral: 10.00 a. iu., purtlal; 1.80 p. tn., general: 4,00
p. m., partial.
Collections from stroet boxes are made by th«
'Triers at 6.30 and 10.00 a. m.,1.30 and 4.00 p. m.
An additional oolloetlon will be made at 7.80
P. m. from all boxes between Jefferson and
Lombard and Wutor and Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. On Sunday a full collection will be
dent 6.00 p. in. Local letters for carriers'
delivery should bo deposited in tho Post Office
ten minutes before tho hour of delivery.
W . Y. SWKHiKTT. Postmaster.
^yiLSON'b
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
61« KING STREET.
ConnecU'd with Telephone Exchange.
< all
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON,
Funkhal Director.
2-12-H
W r E TAKE PLEASURE IN t'ALLING
THK ATTENTION OF
PIANO
—AND—
ORGAN
Buyers
>ck, Just opened. Wc offer the finest awort
int of Instruments
N F.V.% I.ARGF. »nd FJ.KOANT
be fouud Iu the city, at
nt templing prices. Persons wishing ts
purchase wilt find It greatly to their Interest to
In showing our
n at ruinent*, and in giving attention to all,
whether they wish to buy
give us a call. We take pleasu
sol.
D. S. Johnston & Co.
46 and 48 West Fifth St.
FOUNTAIN SQUARE.
CINCINNATI
yii
y RANKLIN'
TYPE FOUNDRY
J
168 Vine Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
ALLISON & SMITH.
rtt-aut
At
srr.:""
KBVCA T ton AU
ßüOBT
EVENING SCHOOL
-Will reopen on—
MONDAT EVE'G, OCT S, '88,
fi"»« Ko. 4, Muonic Temple. rerwn,w1»li n.
In l\>r nut lion will apply 10
mi. SAM I, W. MURPHY,
or rBOF. J. JACKSON PIERCE.
•ept 4-01-14
jyjAPLKWOOD INSTITUTE
-FOR
BOTH SEXES,
Broad Htreet
Philadelphia, on Phlla. A Balt. Central B
Courses of Study—English, Business, Selen tlAc
tad Classical ; a thorough Chemical department.
Superior opportunities offered to young men
and boys to prepare for the best American col
1*22 miles west of
Dcfreoeare couforrcd by authority of the Lex
Mature of Pennaylvaula upon young ladle*
taking a foil courte.
Beading taught by a Qr*t-cl.v»s elocutionist.
Penmanship by a profoasor—matter of the
bcauttoa of tho art.
Private Instruction given to those whose edu
cation has bean neglected. A home-11 ke depart
ment for little boy*. Twelve instructions.
J. SHORTL1DGC (Yale Gollege), A. M„ prin
cipal, Concord,111c, IM., Co., Pa,
aug!A-Sm«eod
'Jr't
\. I
A
*
"We do hereby certify that
supervise the
arrsagement* for all the Monthly aud Heml
Annual Drawing* of The LouUlana Htate Lottery
Company, and In person manage and control the
Drawing« themselves, aud that the same are con
ducted with honesty, falnie**, and In good faith
toward all parties, and we nuthoatxc the com
pany louse this certificate, with fac-atmlw* or
signatures attached, tn its advertisements."
romml'*«iuticrtt.
UNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION!
4J OVER HALF A MILLION DfSTBllU TF.D.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated tn 1868 for year* by the Legisla
ture for Kducaltoual and Ubariiable purposes—
with a capital of41.000,000— to which
fond cf|&5a,U00 ha* since been added.
By sn overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
was made a part of the presen iHtmt
adopted December 2d. A. 1».,
ITC GRAND SINGLE NU5IHKK DRAW
INGS will take place monthly. It never anales
* i0 °k at the following dlstrl
a reserve
4'uuhtUution
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
During wtrlrli will uk. iiiar. th.' r,],t (IIIANI)
MONflll.V uidtli.. KXt'iiaoKDINAKY SKM1
ANNI AI. DKAWIMi AT N kW OKI. KANU,
TUKSDAY, DEI KMIIK.lt 19th. I«l. t oiler tilt
nrrttoit.l Uinn sn.l insiiaKl-im'ntofUEN
KKAI, B. T. KKAUKKUAI1I) of I,«.,
UKXKRAL JURAI. A. KAKI.Y of Va.
Capital Prize, $100,000.
93T NOTICE.-TICKET« ARK TEN D4>LLAKS
ONLY. HALVES. 6'.. FIFTHS,
TENTHS, 11.
LIST or PHIZES:
1 Capital Prlie of $100,000
1 Grand Pria« of
1 Grand Prise of
2 Large PrI*«*» of
4 Large PrI*«* of
20 Prizes of
to Prise«, of
100 PrI
'JDQ Prizes of
SOe) Prize* of
UkuOO Prize« of
.f 1(0,0»
. 60,000
. 2% 000
. a»,«*.'
. 20,000
. 20,000
3t.'onn
... 40,000
... 00,000
... KZI.OOO
to, 000
20, (XO
Ki,om
5,000
500
m
1
200..
lew
10.
APPROXIMATION PRIZES
100 Approximation Prizes of 9200.
U0 " " too.
.$ 20.010
U0 " too.
IO.OJ0
10
Il»ni Prise*, amounting tn. $û22,fi«i
Application for rates to club# should only be
made to the office of the coin pan y In New Orleans.
For Information apply to
M. A. DAUPIIIN,
Orleans, La.
Or, U. A. DAUPHIN, at
«07 Seventh Street, Washington, D.
N. B.—Orders addressed to New Orleans w||
receive promut attentto.1.
ovl5-d,6w-wA*
J^OTICE.
1,000 Pairs More
—jib
RECKivKD
—OF—
Those $1.00 SHOES.
EWING, 6 E. Front Street.
First store froi
Market. oct2S-14-lm
FURS.—Exclusively—FURS.
W E 14 B
U^oppfed a complete assortment of Ladles'
JURH. also. Ft, K GLOVKS and FUR CAPS for
OCt28-12t-10
ÜOLDIEK8 NOW SUFFERING FROM
l^t HOUNItK or of ,ny klixt r.u.i d tiv
rnutur, »rrvlr.. ,r, rntlllM to FenMou.
Widows, minor cklblren. dependent motlicrH or
fothera of soldier* who dlwl from the effect* ol
their service are »I*«» entitled. Many invalid
pensioners are entitled to an Increase. Careful
assistance given lu Delayed or Rejected claim*, a*
many can be allowed with but Utile morcevldence.
4 ,o in niete Instruction* with references sent on
applbatlon. ÇIIAKLEH A 4ô Ko KG K A. KING,
^ttorueys-at-Uw. 9)ti F Street, Wa«Uinr* Ä "
Frank James' Surrender.
AGENTS -J
WANT ED|"™ r< !
Outlaw« By llon.,1. A. lla. uT t"h.
*ntl thrllltoK arcounl ,.f tli.-lr t.ol.I uni'ration. Tor
a) years. In as many State* and Territories with
graphic description of the death of Jesse, the s
tr?.i ' r * n k. an«J the prelimlnarleR of hi*
trial on » score of Indictment* for Mu
Highway Robbery. Profusely illustrated with
engravings of the outlaw as boys
young wives uml little chlldre
aud 60 othe
the Hluntrated Lives and
ntitn s of Frank and Jesse
d the Younger
1er
-en, I he tord boya
rn aetual photograph's.
KNTM ! Bend for full
'•uced that thhjs the most
n«k published, or to save
^ cc for Canvassing i„,ok
eboiee of township. Outfit
prepaid for fl.to. Address,
N. 1). THOMPSON & GO.. Pubs.,
N. M * Gor. 8th and Broadway, New y
In
engruv«
A BONANZA FOlt .
particulars and be e<
salable and profiiahi
time, stud toe.
>
I Sample
Copy so
!..
J^ECKWEAR.
New York
Neckwear for
■Itles In spring hi
. PRICK»
nd summer
always
SHIRTS !
4>nr One Dollar Shirt haH n reputation for
cellence unequalled lu Uriscity.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOOD8.
specie« 11 llUC °* cverythlnK belonging to the
WM. B. COLE.
202 MARKET STREET
nous e
—AXD—
m
SIGN
PAINTING
FEE SOOI 1ST Gr
—ALSO
ÄF* Neatly and Promptly Executed.-61
G. W. BOULDEN
No. 307 King Street.
?
7.6-36-tf
N BW
BUCKWHEAT MEAL!
J^et reedred a tine artlclo of fresh new Meal
-AT
J. J. SMITH'S
1
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY *T8.
THIRD EDITION
A WRECK BY AHANPCAR
Its
Of
C
cal
be
it
President Arthur and tlie
I lalf-Breeds.
RUMORS OF HEADS TO FALL
HEADS TO GO OFF
Humors of How the President Will Get
Erven With the llnlf-Hreeds.
WashiNOTON, Nov. 15.— Rumore that
Postmaeter Pearson and Collector Robertson
of New York will bo removed contluue to
be circulated among politicians here. Every
effort seems to be made to keep the matter
secret and members of the Cabinet . who
have boon approached on the auttfcct by au
agent of the United Press Aaaoclatlon, «teny
all knowledge of the matter aud jissert that
the subject was not mentioned in yester
day's Cabinet meeting.
From what was learned this morning,
however, from those in a position tp know,
there seems to be no doubt but that the
President has fully made up his iplnd m*
garding the officials mentioned, but has not
fully made up his mind a* to when th* offi
cial axe should fall.
l.ATF.K.
It can now be stated on the authority of
tbree Cabinet officers and the President's
private Secretary, that the question of the
removal Pearson and Robertson did not
come before the Cabinet meeting yesterday ;
In fact the subject was not even* broached
theu, but these men decline to say whetluir
or not a decir-ion was reached outside of the
Cabinet meetings.
Hun Down by a Locoaiotlve.
Kansas City, Nov. lf>.-—A hand
the Chicago and Alton railroad waa run
down by a construction train 20 miles east of
this city last night. Tito entire train, con
sisting of a caboose, six flat cars, and
box car, were thrown into a dltfth and six
men killed.
one
a
BUIE* TKLEGIIAMS
Evanhvillk. Ixil, Nov. 15.—Dink Ct>l
lier killed Louis Work« with a bter glass
last night. Both were colored nu;n.
iloi»KiN»vi!.i.n, Kr. f Nov. 15.—William
Wghlwait, a llreman, was killc*d by the
derailment of a freight train at Morton's
flap, and a brakemnn had a leg cut off.
FniBhosu, Kan.. Nov. 15.—Jack -Lute«,
old sailor, while attempting to drink
from a pail of water, was seized with it fit
ami his hea l falling in the pail he was
drowned.
NrvrfifrirK. Nov. 15.—Thurlow Weed to
day celebrated his 85th birthday aiul -~
ceived the congratulations of his friends aud
his family. This morning his condition
continues satisfactory.
Medway, Mass., Nov. 15.—A Are in the
carding room of the Carryvllle woollen
mills, owned by Tait & McKean, last, right
dam aired machinery and building to the
extent of between 85,000 and $0,000. Fully
insured.
Youngstown, Ohio, Nov. 15.—A meet
ing of delegates representing the 4-owl
miners of Mahoney Valley decided to de
mand 10 per cent, advance for mining, com
mencing Monday next. The operators say
that they will 4*h)se the mines, as lake navi
gation is about closing.
Philadelphia, Nov. 15. — August, F.
Hush, confidential clerk in the house of
Densmorc «fc Cuesadine, Baltimore, wan
arrested this morning
beezling.
Mrs. Margaret Sharp, 4« yearn of age,
.committed suicide by swallowing laudanum
to-4lay.
Chicago, Nov. 15.—Marshal Jewell says
he will Issue a call early In Deccmlmr, and
the National Republican Committee will
meet in January to consider the subject of
district representation.
There is trouble lu the Church of th4*
Ascension Lcchum* u number of its fine
choristers were engaged by Lawrence Barrett
to chant the Acolytes' march in the mar
riage act of "Francescar da Kitnini."
choriste
church
the charge of
The
were given the choice between the
id the theatre and c hose the latter.
TDK cm MAKKETH.
Wliat We Kat and What We l»ay for It—
To-duy'i Htreet Market Quotations.
MEAT« ARD FROVIBIOES.
Butter, per pound.
Egg?, wholesale, per dozen.
Eggs, retail, per dozen.
Chickens, retail, per pound
Chickens, per pair.
Spring chickens, per pair...
Spring chickens, per pound.
Chickens,per pd. wholesale.
Sirloin steaks per pound_
Kuuip steaks per pound....
Round steaks per pouud_
Rib roast per pound.
Chuck roast per pound.
Stewing pieces.•.
Bolling bits per pound.
Sblns, per pound., ..
Kidney fat,per pound..
Lamb chops, per pound.
to*nib roasts, per pound.
Mutton chops, per pound...
Mutton roasts, per pound...
Veal cutlets, per i>ound.
Veal roasts, por pound.
Iiains, wholesale, per pound
Hams, sliced, per pound.20
Shoulders, wholesale,por pound .12%
Shoulders, retail, per pound,.. .14
Bacon, rotail, per pound_
Sausuge, smoked, per pound .
Balogna sausage, per pound... .16
Hogshead cheese, per pound...
Puddings, per pound.
Lard, wholesale per pound....
Lard, retail, per p4>und
Cheese.
.8 .35
4
21
.30
.19
.39
1.00
] M
.76
I 00
.17 ®
.18
.13
.•J5
;J2
16
.11
.14
.16
.10
.10
.16
30
, 'ï I
20
»13 «
,14
.16
.16
.17
.16
.16
.10
19
.11
•i*iH
.16
. .08 til
.12
11 m
Pike.
Lake shad.
SifiCOCH.
Pollock.
Rock huh, per pound
Whit© Perch, per pound
Trout, per pouud.
Halibut, per pound.
Catflah, p(
Mackerel,
. .16
. .15
.16
IS
.12
16
.12?*
30
r pound,
per piece
:îiT
.21
__ VKOBTABLRB
New potato«*, per barrel.2.60
New potatoes, per half-pock...
Sweet potatoes, per basket.
Sweet potatoes, per half peck.. .16
iomatoos, per half peck.
Cabbage, per head...
Crate onions, per crate.
Crate onions, j»er half peck.*J0
Uadishcs, pbr bunch..
Egg plants, per piece.
1 unrips, per half peek
Celery, per bunch.
.14
10
60
16
19
.10
I 00
.36
,03
.06
. .08 &
.12
Local «quotations.
Coiikkotbd Daily by Th* William Lka &
»OK8 COMPAKY, BRANDYWINK MILL»—
Whbat Flour.
pl«itr piiR bar'l. wholenale. retail.
Wm. Lea & Son's 'Best' Holler Patent
•7 15
•7 66
Oliflon F.F.F Extra
Pou taxât F. do. Family do
Kirkwood Holler Oround
Occidental
Superfine
VMXD.
Host middlings,
Bett ship stun.
Outllns,
Oorn shorts,
Bran.
do
6 U0
6 76
6 60
7 00
6 60
6 00
do 4 26
per ton.
4 76
; I
W
17
per hundred.
62 06^2 10
2 VJt£2 16
Ï2 03
oeih
Corn meal, fine yellow, 37.60
Corn meal, white.
Corn meal, coarse,
»crooning«.
; R 60
ORAIN.
per bushel.
90095
Prime yellow
Prime I<
.90
ong-berry wheat.
1 lo
New York Market*.
New York,Nov. 16.—Flour,dull, heavy* No *»
82.60a3.60; Superfine do $3.50n4.i)b.
wheat. 81.07^ ; No. 3 red, November; %\swx
for do. December. /A
84aMe 1 ' *^ 0, ^ ca8 * 1 ' 5 J°* November,
Oats, No. 2, cash, ; do. November,
Ky®, firm; Western, 66 a 71 ,^ ; State, 8 ' 72 a
Ifeirley, steady ; No. 2 sowed State, 85.
l'ork, Quiet ; inese, 932.U0.
Hard, 912.80 bld oash ; January.
Ä" e d r i,:Ä™v e "" d 1 cr<,i,n " ry finoy '
..fliy* j3y.* t * nd flrm ! sut «. *»d Penniyl.
Sugar, steady ; fair to good refined, 7Wa7!K •
eentrtfognl, IhfrV/*
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