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F.COtfl) EDITION
AT THE COURT HOUSE
linn and Magrudcr Convicted
and Sentenced.
THE WASHINGTON GOSSIP
COCNTYCOCHT TÔ-DAY.
r ■
Proceedings fo-Daj-L nn, Who Wanted
m Drink ami liobbed tho Maa Who Us*
«used »Hid
[Continu*! from Erst ediHon.]
The ca«f' «Naim E. Lewi*, selling liquor
to a mir.* I. v. :is tUamisaed. The minor, a
•outli ol is, had «n re the appearance of a
isau ot three aud twenty. It ia underatood
that the defenae had a uutnber of witneeae*
who heard the minor *av he wm of age,
hence the diamissal.
L» At 1*4 o'chick Austin Harrington an
nounced that he waa ready to proceed with
the case of Robert Lynn and Henry Maeru
dcr and a jury was at once drawn. John
tti££*, Erq., opened for the state, reading
and defining the different offence* ot which
Hie defendant* might be convicted.
William »I. Moody stated that Linn met
him abortly after 7 o'clock on the evening
of Oct,.her HI aud demanded 10 cent* for a
drink. The mouey was refused and Linn
•ni I the witness would lose more than ten
lime« that amount fer uot complying. He
met Magrudcr on Front street afterwards
•nd was followed by taiiù across the bridge.
Just as he reached the south end of the
bridge he was seized by Linn, who was
seated there, by tho throat and ills pockets
searched, »Magruder, who came up, assist
ing. Two dollars and a half in mauey
and a quarter of a pound of
baceo was taken from him. Linn
who toeid a piece of iron in hia hand
a; the time of the assault, proposed to kill
Moody, but Magrudcr objected and the
victim was released. He was badly choked
and 4br a quarter of an hour could hardly
•peak. Alter going to his home Moody
changed his clothes, crossed buck to the city
and looked for an officer. The robbe i y tv>ok
place on Tuesday evening and on Thursday
afternoon, Linn was seen by witness, who
called an officer aud had him arrested. Ou
Friday evening Magrudcr was arrested.
Moody proved a remarkably apt vritnsss,
and despite a searching examination and
cross-examination nevsr varied from his
original story, which w
as told by him at the City IU11 at Ihe hear
ing before the. Mayor.
Charles Anderson, a colored man, testified
to having heard inn tell some
night of tho robbery that he bad pushed
come one up aguiust a house and taken (2.
On the strength «»filial witness' suspicion w
aroused aud he aided in the inau's arresi.
Mr. Harrington made a long argument,
basing the iuuueölic« of the prisoner upon
alliged dis«*repauiics In Moody's testimony,
and asked the Court to charge the jury that
if there .was a
fendants should be uequitled.
Mr. Biggs also briefly reviewed the testi
mony and the court told the jury that the
quesihui was simply one of fads, and they
musk rely solely upon the testimony ot
Moody.
After being out about two
utes the jury returned with a verdict of
Ç iilty. The 6e. tence of the court was
he prison rs to pay a fine of ffUO each,
stand for one hon iu the pillory
day next, receive 10 lashes upou the same
day aud undergo an imprlsounmut of three
years.
exactly the same
•u the
•asonahle doubt the de
three min
Sut
RETICENT.
BALM RETICENT.
Anything
Of Course He Don't Km
About the Coming Tariff Hevlni«
MV asm NOTON, Nov. 21.—Commissioner
Raum to-day admits that hi» forthcoming
ill contain reeomtneudr
12.30
Posit.
anuual rep«*ri
tious for cerialu reductions in the Revenue,
hut he declines to define the scope of the re
it. is understood, how
ili declare for the abolition ol
hisky and
commendations,
ever, that he
all internal lux
tobacco, w hile some I
mended that whisky alone be taxed.
sl meet Î
pt on
ivve he will rec<)
11.09
Will*» WILL THE
Under the new rule the House will be
ea led to order at 11 o'clock, December 4,
but a disposition has already been developed
W> change the hour back to noon. The
question of closing the departments in
deference to the opening of the Uarfield fair
1« still under consideration.
Washington, Nov. 21. —The exchange
of money order- between Belgium and this
country goes iuto effect «January 1. The
Boat Ôfflee department lias decided that
communications made by the Hektograph
!eca ia subject to first-class postage,
there is internal evidence that the same
are circulars.
6.30
and
m.
I
Terrible Dlnaater at '■ea.
Quebec# Canada, N«»v. 21.—Tha steam
ship VVearmouth, from Quebec, to London,
. r.ckcd in a gale on Sunday night —•
the North band Beach, on the Magdleu
Jrtlaud«. All ol the crew were lost except
four, which are McCalluud, Tow bend,
Martin aud Engineer Hutchinson. The
vet>*el and '-argo were iusured in London.
A Ti
perauce Lecture.
Miss Frances E. 'H ard will deliver an
address at Grace Ci.u ch this evening, at
ry of the Y>>ung Wo
tb* aunive
Temperance Union, at 7.40 o'clock.
atruuKutal music w
Vocal
ill be rendered
and
during the exerci
08.
Drug Store.
Messrs. Bridge water & to., opened their
new Uruir store at Fourth and Market
streets on Thursday last. They have a good
situation aini a fine block.
N<
URI EF TELEGRAMS.
New York. Nov. 21.—Samuel G. Court
ney is improving, lie is better to-ilay than
for a week past.
New York, Nov. 21— Joseph Pelletl, an
iereii his coUsiu ami then
elf, died lard, night.
Philadelphia, Nov. 21.—Job Little's
Hair Curling Works were damaged by fire
this morning ; loss $5 000; partly insured.
Council Bluffs,Iowa, Nov. 21— 1 Tho ap
pearance of litty cases of small-pox
the southwest part of the Slate has
caused a panic in that locality.
Hag Harbor. N. Y., Nov. 21.— E. G.
a pronainent New York broker, died
rounds in the neck re
Italian, who
shot hi:
II ave
this mo ninff fr<*
ctiv d wh. o duck shooting yesterday.
Wa-iiingtos, N v. 21 —Engineer Mel
ville continued liis narrative to-day be for. the
Jeanuctie
Iiouid of Inquiry. A li-rift*
p »-sent but no n«'W fac'»*
e 'eitod ur, to tho hour of the 10 o'clock re
cce *.
*s
Fhortbuho, Kt., Nov. 21.—A young
nain^d Cook shot him*» lf and a younff
la ly named
Both di<d
uutin last night.
«1. Cook, it is believed, asked
ud committed the
so m «iter
th • lady to marry hii
being refused.
Buffalo, N. Y , Nov. 21.— «James C.
Harrison, Pn-std-ni of the F.rio County
8 »vings Bank, (lied suddenly to-day of heart
disease. He wh* formerly executor of the
Reed estate at Erie, Pa., which amounted to
several million dollar».
act
».•"Middle meaanres arc often bnt middling
'• There 1* no '•middling*" about
Kidney-Wort, it t* the most thoroughly reflued
••flower" of medicine . It know* no half-way
e*. but radically uproot* all diBej»f©s of
kidney*, liver aud bowels. It overthrow«
li*?e, abolifhoe conetip itlon and treats the *yp
p * gently and soothingly as to prove its
true kinship to nuture in all Its praises. It is
proparod In both liquid and dry torm.
I
CITY IT KM»
Chaa. H. Vary, Fliila. MeM<rog«r, 60 S
rqtt.n.y h Oo., enowynpYwra, m Kutot rt
THE UlLHOil».
TRAIN» LEAV KWII^IHOTOW JT)*
mu.- AW)»— A« 4 — 0.*>—*.** T.oot—T.M
«.HJ-10J0—ll.W A
m;—lAOOtBB—lAlfc—11.83—L«i— Æ>î— AOW—
M(w VOM — AW)»— A»*—MO— T.tW—
11.13 ». m— 10. »8—1.1» —1.17*—l.M»—7.38 p.m.
ll»LTl»o»»—1.0l*— 1.43»—4.11»— AO»* - AIT
10.00». m.—11.26—1.00—1.09—0.00— ê.OO— 0J7—
11.04* p. ».
Washikoto»—1.42*—4.01*—S.04—0.1T %. m:
00-l.OO-4.67-11.04* p. rn.
BALTIKOU AWD HCT411M40IAT» STATtO»*
1.06*— 4». 17 10.00
a Tratas fanning both dally and Sunday.
fTrain* runulnK only on Sunday,
t Connect at Gray 's Ferry tor old
Broad and Washington avenue.
Dilawari Kaii.»oai>— «. 00*— 4.10 a. »?— 1.06
—4.0U*—A.26t p. ». No Sunday trains.
• For New Guttle only
f Kor Harrington and
WiLMinoTon it North »an sailsoas-T. 4T a.
On Sunday *tor
d«pot,
In termed lat« stations.
«H s—1.06—6.00—6.20 p. m.
Reading and St. !»et«r-«.lO ». m.
UlLAWAHI W BST sut* H A. I LUO AT*— T .06—10. SO
. Sunday trains 10.40». m—4.00
». m;—6.30 p.
p. m.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT W iinUlNtFrOlf FROM
Phil k oblv h i a— 12.60—1.00—1.42*—4.47*--7.46
•i.02*—0.12-9.06—-lo.lot—ll^- 12 ^ g *
l4.«î-T36t-rà-».60— 10.3»— ln.M p. m.
N»w «OU- l.M*-«.4T»-*.«t— ».1« ». »»—
12.SO—1.07— 4.6«— 4.48*— »0.68 p. m.
HaLTIMORS— 1.61*—A13*—9.44—4.64—-11.44 a.
m:_12.SR—1.60—6.11*—6.80*—7.44-—9.48* I». m.
Warhirotoh— 1.61*—■4.13— 11.43». m;—11*46
-1.60—6 11*—0.30*—7.114—9.49* p. ».
• Roth dally and Sunday.
♦ • >n Sunday only.
DHL A WAB1RAILRO At»—8.60—10.16* a.»;—I3«u6
4.06 p. m. No Sunday trains.
* From n«w Oastla only.
Wilhih»to* A Northirr railroad- 4.»
8 40—11.36 a. m;—4.40 p. m. On Sunday fro»
Reading and St Peter at 7 10 p. » .
Dblaw ark Wmtrrr it ailroaiv- 9.00a. m;—
i.16 p. m. Sunday trains 9.10 a. in.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILMINGTON
Philadelphia Nhw Broad Strrht Daror—
12.90*—1.66*—4.60—7.20*—8.00—8.21—8.J6f—10.16
1 -11.30—11.60 a. ra;-l*.a3-l.»t-l.»*-*.lj
402— 4.26— 6.06-6.20—6.66—e.Oif—4.34—4.40*
—9.30—10.00—11.32* D. ».
Broad Aim Wa»hih»tor ATiwra— 4.»— 4.oo
-10.16 a. m;—1.30—3.10—4.80—6.15 p. ».
New ÜA 8TL» —8.33—10.00—11.46 a. ».-4.44
6.49 p. m.s
* Daily and Sunday,
t On Sunuay only
CF'l he black ttzur*« «ianota lbs LlmltaO
ICxpress trains.
OIK MAILS
Their Arrival aud Depart»'ra. Taking
Effect July 1st, 1442.
The Post othce In this city will be open dally,
m 6.30 a. ». to • p. m.
accessible until 11 p. in. On
m. Pilvats
The whole*
except Sunday, fr»>
Private l»exes
Sundays open from 8.30 ta V 30 a.
Mixes accessible from « to I p. in
■»ale *ta np window will close at 6.30 p. ». Tne
money order office will cloecat 6.00 p. ».
mails cLoaa as rou-owa :
at
WORTH.
Wilmington A Northern Kallroad to Reading
Pa. and points on the Haltimore Central south
-.f Chad« is Ford, 7.40». m.
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.30 a. ».
Philadelphia and wayuiail, 9.90 a. m.
New York, Pennsyivauta and points east and
west. 9. a. in. ,
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenberg,
LU.
Philadelphia, New Tor* 0U7, Fennajlvanle
Jersey, 11.60 a. in.
Philadelphia, New York and all pofnU eaal
xml west, 1.30 y. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all potnU east
and west, 4.
Philadelphia and New Y or* elUea, eloeed
pouches, 9.36 p. m.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and ail
points west and southwest 9.36 p. ».
All points north, east, west and southwest,
40 p. ill.
ll.UU p. tn.
is sent wart except New Orleans
through malls.
south.
altlmoro and way mall, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and an points south, 7.40 a. ».
All points
Supplementary mall for th® Peninsula, 9.00
All Loulsi
which Is sont south
the Peninsula, 8.30 a. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south.
12.30 p. m.
Newport, Stanton, Newarkr Elkton and
Havre da Grace. 12.30 p. m
Points on Baltimore Central, between Por« de
Posit. Northeast and Chadd's Ford.12 39 p. m.
Baltimore and Bay Line steamers, 4.40 p. ».
rth of llarrtujrton. including
Peninmila
Delaware City and Ht. Georges. 6.60 p.m.
Baltimore, eloeed pouch, 6.6o p. m.
Baltimore, Wiwihfngtoa'and all point* «outh
11.09 p. m.
READY VOR D4LIVRRT.
Wilmington A Northern Railroad,
11.8 ARRIV»
be
4,
in
fair
The
I r
6.30 p. ra.
New York, Philadelphia, Wa*hlngUm
and all other point«, 6.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, N
north, east and west, 8.30 a. m.
way mall from Philadelphia, 8.30 a. m.
Erom Peninsula and all north of Harrington
m. 16 a. m.
York and pointa
Baltimore and way mall, 9.60 a. m.
From Baltimore, 12.30 p. m.
Peninsula mall, 12.30 p. m.
Philadelphia. New York and points
north and east. 1.30 p. m.
Baltimore, Wasblagton and point«
th. 2.20 p. ia.
.From Delaw;
I
I
Fn
Western Railroad, 2.20 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and point«
V
—•
bend,
The
north and
, 5.46 p. m.
Baltimore. Washington and points
south and south west, 6.40 n. m.
Carrier* deliveries as follow* : 6.80 a. m.. gen
eral; lu.Oo a. in., partial; 1.30 p. m., general; 4.00
p. tn.. partial.
Collection* from «troet boxe« are made by th«
«arriéra .it 6.30 and 10.00 a. rn..l.3o and 4.00 p.m.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
p. ra. from all boxes between Jefferson and
Lombard and Water and Thirteenth streets
inclusive On Suuday a lull collection will t»e
made at 6.00 j>. m. Local lettere for carriers'
delivery ehould be deposited In tho Poet Office
minutes before the hour of delivery.
W . Y . SWlim KIT. Postmaster.
an
at
Vocal
ILffON'o
VY
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
«16 KING STREET,
tected with Telephone Exchange.
Call - -
their
good
Coi
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON,
FPKXRAL UmgCTOR.
2-12-14
V NDJEH TA /» ERB.
V NDJEH TA /» ERB.
James McKenna,
Fdknishino Undertak
i
Vfa
NO. 223 WEST SECOND STREET.
Wilmington. Delaware, «-i-e-21
pfti»ia*Kj?»T5ni
IS A SURE CURE
( for all diseases of the Kidneys and
LBVER
I
It has specific action
organ, enabling it lo throw off torpidity and
inaction, stimulating the healthy secretion of
tho Bile, and by keeping tho bo wo la In freo
condition, effecting ita regular discharge.
E&JBsil SXris* If yon ore suffering from
fi ws €21 Cs I I Cl s malaria, have the ehllls,
■ bilious, dyspeptic, or constipated, Kidney
Wort will ourely relieve and quiokly care.
In the Spring to cleonao the System, every
should take a thorough course of it.
* 1 - SOLD BY DRUGGISTS. Price 41.
VJBdSt^sfhemBvyfmani*- »«Tii ilrnMlNUl
this most important
to
^ FOBITIVECCRE
of
its
is
WITHOUT MEDICINE!«
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIE«
Patented, October 10th, UTS.
—One box of—
any case in four day* er less,
the most obstinate ease, ae
No. 1 will
No. 2 will
matter of how long standing.
No nauseous doses of enhebo, copaiba or ell
of sandalwood, that are certain to produce dy*
?psla l»v destroying the coatings of the stmoach.
Price, fl.SO. »old by sll druggists
receipt of prteiL For farther particular*
for cfrocUr. V. Ov Bex, i,B6.
T. C. ALLA» Ctt.,
''■•d
sia*'
rt
m S. ha Mm*» In Vw»
tu* am.
psor. A. 8. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
Dancing Academy,
MASONIC TEMPLE,
(Fourth noor,)
Wilmington, Del.
1882—SEASON OF—1883
COMMENCING MONDAY, »EPT. 11.
OENTl KMKN'mT,AS8-Monrt«r «'"» Th""
front il t« u o'clock. l4ond«y,»«p
day evenings,
ember 11, 1882
LADE»
dsv and Rat onlay afternoo -
urdsy, »eptemb« r 16. Thursdays from 6 te • p.
m.. »stardays from 2 t-»4 p. in.
LAI>1E»* C3LA1H—Wednesday evening from 7
tot o'clock, commencing on Wednesday, »ep
t«rob«rao.
All the Utrst and most fashionable danres
taught. Including the Lawn Tj-sul», Ubo w,
New Racquet Quadrille, Glide, tilde ÖUds. Five
»ten, >ew«»ort and all b«*clety Wallses s
specialty: taught either privately or In elasses.
Also a new Mliiiict specially adapted
as a parlor dance.
ANDCHlI.llKr.N'S CI.AHH—Thura
icnclng bat
to children
CHOICE OF DAYS.
PchooD, semlnarlc« or private «:1a»*«* J* JM
city or out of town nhould confer with ms »• soon
m praclicame for choice of day».
During the summer the Acadi mv room* have
been handsomely dec«»rated ami rctitled, and are
w in aplendld con«Utlon. Tlu y will here* \er
ute«i exclusively for claw purposas and »«dtet
„ apply at
partie*.
For te
H. F. ROHELKN'H,
hio. 710 Market street,
by mall to
, circular,
A. ». WEMTKR.
Masonic Temple, Wilmington, Del.
angtl-tf-60
m ..
JStttt
fSbe
NEW YORK, 1883.
a
to
More people have read The Sun during the
vaar just now passing than ever before since
it was first printed. No other newspaper
published on this side of the eartli has been
bought and read in any year by so many
men aud womeu.
We are credibly informed that people buy,
read, and like The Sun for the following
reasons among others :
Because its news columns prisent In
attractive form and with the greatest possi
ble accuracy whatever has interest for
humankind; the events, the deeds and mis
deeds, the wisdom, the philosophy,
notable folly, the solid sense, the improving
—all the news of the busiest world
nonsense
present revolving in space
Because people hav
remarks concerning persons and affairs The
Sun makes a practice of telling them the
exact truth to the best of its ability three
hundred and sixty five days in the year,
after, about the
at
learned that in Ita
before election as well
whales as well as about the small ll»h.
the face of dissent as plainly and fearlessly
when supported by general approval.
The Sun has absolutely no purposes to serve,
save the information of its readers and the
furtherance of the common good.
Becaune it is every bo iy's newspaper. No
man is so humble that Tht Sun is indiffer
ent to hi* welfare anil his rights. No man
ia ao rich that it can allow injustice be done
him. No man, no association of men,
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strict application of its principles of right
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Because in politics it has fought for a
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sometimes almost alone among newspapers,
fight that has resulted in the recent
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All this is what we are told almost daily
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Sun ia the beat religious newspaper ever
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undiluted with cant. Another holds that
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Jeffersonian I)e
wickedness of every species, and an un
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rge for
•y, a
year.
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«
PUBLISHER OF "THE SUN. 1
New York City.
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notice. llL
» help to his business, and Is ......
» with OYBTKU8 at short
rs to all
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goa
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l»e promptly attended lo.
/GREATEST BARGAINS
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PIANOS !
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»EK TH* LIST OF
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Nkw
Pianos
From 4175
Unto
•1.500. *
-OXOANS By The
SMITH AMERICAN CO.,
TAYLOR A FARLEY CO.,
BRIDGEPORT CO., AC,
Secondhand Pianos bv Stein wav. Hale, Meyer*
and other*; lorf-l» 50, fl7i au i
Second hand Organ« hy Geo. Wood, Ebtey,
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New Organ*
From |50
Up to 4300.
noTll-tJanl-tte-dA*-34
N EW
BUCKWHEAT MEAL!
Jûst received a fine article of fresh new Meal
—AT—
J. J. SMITH'S
>
FOURTH AND SHOTJET STS
BIRD EDITION
ff
BUTTON FACTORY FIRE
Panic and Loss of Life the
Result.
It.
Th.
of
ANOTHER WOMAN SUICIDE
cal
til!
ti
PANIC IN A mix.
n FtW—On« €Url
A nut««»« pBctor,
KIIUkI «nil 8«.«ral P«w«« Injuf®«.
riiovitiENr*, R.I., Nov. ^1*" brok *
out till» morning in Willi» tn H. R«blu«on •
button manutkctory In C«Uboo«« «trvet, in
the third ,»<>ry or the building. Mort or tin
employe were at work »t the time ana when
the cry of «re wu r»l»«l » P*ulc •* OB ' ;e
commenced. . .
Smoke soon fill'd the baUdlaff, rcnderini?
eirreM dlfflcult. There wu * Dumber of
girl» employed In th« eoUtdUhment nnd
made * rnah for th» window, »nd Jumped
ont. Some of them wllghttd op »
oT Iwrreh «nd picket fenoe«. Three ot them
were kUled outright. Their ekullt were
cruehed. Two of them were »liter, turned
U«»»ett! the name of the the other w»»
Cobb. Many firemen wer* Injured.
LATH.
The name* of the two killed »-e Emma
Guaet and ««Ml« Cobb. A ,l»ter of Emm»
Gaaaet U feUlly Injured. The fire baebeen
—linirulshed and tcveral oftlia Injured nava
been taken to tht hospltaJ, The los* la not
▼ury heavy.
Providenc
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», R. I Not. 91. — Mary
Nculv, Delle Uaeaett, Emma Mattbewaoo,
Mra. Johuaon end Mr». Cuddy ere probably
fatally Injured. _
H« Only Waatoi Her dewolry.
Nkw York, Nov. 31.—Pelletl, who died
last, night, after munlcriug F rance*» LuberL»,
a married woman, was deaperatciy In love
with Mrs. Luberto, and they had arrang'd
to elope when they got luto 6
quarrel yesterday. The woman's hus
band when he heard of the tragedy went
home aud commenced searching for his wiles
clothing, as well as rsusscklng the house,
saying lie wanted her money and Jewelry
aud they might do as they pleased with his
wife's corpse. The murdered woman was
3,1 years of age. Her first husband was
drowned and ano married Laberto four year*
ago. They had two children
A Wittchanv oinao's Hulclde.
New York, Nov. 21.—Kate Anderaon,
alias Kata Banderaon, 87 years old, was
found dying, fropi »wallowing oaris g
last uignt. in her room No. M ft eat T
•treet. Her falling on the floor attracted
attention and on strangers entering her
room she waa found writhing in agony on
the floor, fhe la supposed to have auffered
horrible torture, as in her death agony she
had adzed a pitcher of water, and pour«« it
over her breast aa if to allay the flrey senaa
lion, caused by the poison. A letter was
found in her room staling that her husband
had deserted her and taken up with another
woman and that she had determined to take
roen
enth
her life.
LAS,
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fluent
new
will

tionn
Trouble Feareu In Georgia*
Atl«*t«, Ga., Not. 21.—Deputy Col
lector Btewart *nd a poaaa «re purnuluu
.fames Findlay kud Ilia ton who were con
victed of aUetnpUns: lo amaelnate Stewart
some time »luce aud escaped. Fladlays
friends are rising and a bloody time is
feared.
y
Tharlow Weed Dying.
New York, Nov. 21.—Thurlow Ward's
condition is worse to-day. n® Is very weak ;
little norlshmeut taken alnce Saturday. The
family are prepared for the worst.
•4» The Diamond Dyes always do more than
th- y claim to do. Color over that old drew». It
will look like new. Only 10 cool*.
the
ly
TH6C U1TV MARKRT8.
What We Fat »nd What We Pay for lt
Towtlay'e Street Market Quotation«.
by
USAT» AND PROVISION!).
■*:ï g
Hutter, per pound.......
Eggs, wholesale,
4 .38
per de«en.
«Khka, retail, per aoaen.
Uruckcns, retail, per pound —
Chickens, per pair. * .
Spring chickens, per pair.
Spring chickens, per pound....
fuiickens.per pd. wholesale....
Sirloin steaks per pound.
Hump steaks per pound.
Round steaks per pound.....
Klb roast per pound..
Chuck roan per pound.
Stewing piece«..
Boiling bit* per pound......
Shins, per pounu.
Kidney fat,per pound..
Lamb chops, per pound.
Lamb roasts, per pound.
Mutton chops, per pound...
Mutton roasts, per pound...
Veal cutlets, per pound.
Veal roasts, per pound.
Hams, whoUüalo, per pound
Hams, sliced, per pound.20 i
Shoulders, wholesale,per pound .12}{
Shoulder«, retail, per pound... .14
Bacon, retail, per pound....
Sausage, smoked, per pound
Bologna sausage, per pound
Hogshead oheeao, per pound
Fuddings, per pound.
Lard, wholesale per pound.
Lard, retail, per pound.
Cheese.
U
80
n
LI
»
i.oo
1.60
.76
LOO
.17
.18
.13
.16
.26
. .22
.18
.90
M
.30
.14
.16
.12
.10
.10
.08
.20
26
.16
.20
.16
.20
.
16
J I
M
.16
1H
16
.17
,36
.16
.16
.16
.10
19
.10
.12
A3H
.15
* J» O
.13
Pike.
Luke shad.
Slscocs..
Pollock.
Rock n«h. per pound_
White Perch, per pound
Trout, per pound.
Halibut, per pound.
Catfish, p
Mackerel
II
.15
.10
. .10
: .11 g
:
.15
.16
r pound,
per pieee
V
.21
VBOBTABL1».
New potatoes, per barrel..
New potatoes, per half-peek...
Hweei pototoe*, per basket.
Hweet poutou*, pur half peck.. .16
« DinutoeB, per half peok....
abbage, per bead.
, per crate.
Urate oulon*, per half peck
Radishes, per bunch..
Egg plants, per niece.
Turnips, per hair pock.
Celery, per bunch,.
. 2.60
I 00
.14
.40
.60
LI
.10
Crat« on
1,00
.20
.36
.02
»Ul
08
M
.C.
. .08 ^
Local quotation«.
(JoRRxersD Daily »y Th» William Lba fc
Mvmb Compakt, Heakdywi»i Mill»—
Wheat Flour.
8T8.
wtkolessle.
retail,
Wm. Eea k Bon'« ^Best' Roller Patent
•7 65
VLeiTR PUR baii'l.
......
short
all
will
47 16
do
OR (ton F.F.F Extra
Poutaxat 6'. do. Family do
Kirkwood Roller Ground.
Occidental do 6 60
Superfine
YXBD.
Best middlings,
Best ship stuff,
CutUns,
Bran,
6 SVj
to
«76
7 25
7 90
6 60
6 00
do
4 26
4 75
par ton.
121
17
shorts,
IT
OF
19
per hundred.
•2 96^2 10
«lorn meal, fine yellow, 37.80
Corn meal, white, 38.60
Corn meal, coarse,
Screenings,
2 1
I 15
1
2 03
6b
•4AXW.
per bushel.
90^96
Primo yellow corn,
Prime long-berry wheat.
.90
i 10
AC,
Meyer*
Ebtey,
Mew York Markets.
Nxw Yoiik.Nov. 21.—Flour, dull; No. 2Statc,
47.86a3.00; Superfine State and Superior
Western, 43.26k3.46.
Wheat, No. 2 red Winter, 41.0Tafl.07>^ ; cash
and November 41.08V%al.08^ December.
Corn, No. 2, November, 90 ; do, December,
MW.
Gat*, No. 2 ca*h, 44 ; do. November, 43$£ ;
do. December, 43a43k
Rye, quiet, Western. 70a72 : State, 72a74.
Barley, eteudy ; one bright, 41.08.
Pork, nominal ; me«*, 421.
Lard, November, 411.60 bid ; December,
410.86al0.90.
Butter, moderate demand ; creamery fancy,
87a38; do. choice, 88.
Sugar, Heady ; fair to good refining, TUe7%.
Egg*, firm ; State and Pennuylvanla, 30»8L ;
ft'estern and Canada, *6){a20.
FURS.—Exclusively— FURS.
WEBB
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GREAT REDUCTION IN SHOES 1
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A MURDROUS 1HIRGT
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Be Dying.
NINE PRISONERS ESCA
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TO-DAY-R FOKKKiN N KIVt,
Th« 4'ong.i Hirer Tr«»t|«,_ A x .
Atlantic Storm.-UynauiM« |„ cl,*.
London. Nov. Sl.-The iw!**"
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! London, Not. Ïl.—Brookahaw, the
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Pants, Nor 21.-The Committee o
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Treaties la unaulmoualy In favor of
ratlMcatton. The question ( ,f
ralltlcutiou of the traatlse maje in the
of the French Government by M, i), ; e
the explorer, with tho Couqj trib-«
up to-day In the Chamber or Deputlà
altar soma desultory debate, a Vuotio
the ratification was unanlmoualy cam
1 I*»«'". Not. 81 .-The Porte has
| K2?5Sis.*S_£" JSSr'SÄ
ate
Iliad
Egypt against England.
Fanis, Nov. 21.—a sensation bu
created in financial and coiuiuerdai c
h»re this morning by tbs aiihouuti
that a large hanking eatakliahmeui
become ao embarrassed that it |*u
I necessary to dismiss almost its entire i
I ing force. Eight hundred of the i
n w ' ro P*reuipU>rily dlaniliMd «
(y I «rouufi that tti« cumpanv had been
'■"I pellefi, oil atcouut of unfn
ortunate i;
lion aud a shrinkage of values in i
securities, to cut down expense!. Mi
the brauch officers of the e
beeu also notified to close up. Witéi
news reached Bourse a scene of nilü <
im ut ensued, aud for a time a srricua
prevailed.
Dublin, Nov. 21.—The remainder
the | ÄÄÄ
dubuk, Nov. ji.-a farmer mm«
Eu vo 't Did Caatle, Cornu; t,u«,
is, r „. iux ni„„a on his farm, from «
to previou» u-nant h»a been evict«i, »
I while returning from a lair, rccelvi
to- bniiet« in the head, from the effect*«
be £W a * of atogutal . d mP „
house <>f Mr. M«»rthy, justice of t
aud the aaaallaut» were repulsed,
and
an Hungary, »uUloumla number of
then ".nÔÎ""" -the counm.
uew French Amba»«aUoraU!erbii
I ordered to take ble iuimcfilalo a«|)tr
work hl , 1KteU | 0U | U collK ^ U eDco of the
low ' 1 "" c £°' w '' tn Md,! Ulcr * *"' 1 fri "
caiRo, Nov. si.-Tho report u
suits
but Broadly eUntHcd Ids intention ol wi
. ! luj. from the commUsiou ol inquiry.
is| * -......
UK DUIN'I «V AST TO 1.Ki
att&c
a
the I
our kiu. u» Propi letor.
I ..."^B'fü^'mw'c^err tw.Tu,?«
»top Wt
our , U)ro awakened him aud directed th
have
others which entered nu».«ii'i
know | *ody of men ar# hunting icni
at
citv." I a i>h.rnrtvh<.i)uck«dtii«Ti
j.T.nd
y«*tmday, while the «hcrIB «as en
» K»me ùf reven-up with# P»rtyof
these | su oiik*. _
derer.
LaKD.
To all who are Buffering from ihrerro
er ttou» of youth, nervoiiH W.;**.^.
los« of manhood, etc., I will »nj« *
W medÿ r aîs Sl-SÄdV- a
Am ;. r lioMpff t! "nM it
€o.
Rk
Cltv.
PEIRCE & CO
ÎS5 1 Real Estate and Stock B
make*
sec the
. BKVF.NTH.ANI) HHlPh
F.PQA*
8. K. COJt
J. JACKHON PEIRCE.
it
Ihe
RHEUMATISM AND COuT I
When we can establish by» J
which every Inquiry bill f 0 ?
Iiavo tho only real, or radical rf"' JLttiik
Disorder«, aud we put thaïe'» 1 e .
r tuflerer wiU«U m°n'i J
. claim Aa« no one Out the l
* ' .or, or closo hi..«)«» totla« K
his lillgl tvd life. In J 1 ™™, ""JTiniir
dependent famille». ® nJ t0 uirlek
III«'» ambition hef" re > ou T*
we »»It you lo *0 » "» 0
10 loo homos of - «/*'■'
of lift (iml or, now full
tell to tho world «hoir «laAexpeit. refc
you no false slatemont. »nd mu
cannot, by proper
friends) be probed to tho bottom 6
j>f truth.
Amor« hondrodw fl*red <*'
«A Mr Mnrlic*. »1* fljino
Lit.
of
to
lemon,
without
of the
advised
isnatentnhle,
$*> for
I* pay
the
fee
y
really is,
lienee,
'.elimlimry
and the
nml
filed.
undertaken
lmnd
Jro©Jd7 n
St.
" y i
wiihChrou
Mr. Haiw'BZf, EM Pv
Bl., Brookh®
a
Dr. Oai-mmfrrr, m '
« ypJr«-l»*«I »*** 9 10<;0 '
ÎÏ'n.tIo. 4SI Third *"»"• ' "
.«-u
Lemon, of
glv- I TO n
date of I Dy:
report
lias been
In tho
request.
of I tlain t
D ÏÏrtfpUMe«t»B. IM
tää »Hänfrs?»
Mrs. Wfillamwo. M «rov# »*•• 1
:an be
, ———«?°K^«r f ior'k-t l,roDke
,14J Wm*4I i ,( « t ■ ort
"a'wood. »0* SoaU> 81 '
"«TSÄTfräi«*" wt ~
xn*U.m aud Kidney D..oMe.
Cr Z^l}cJl
n«mrd rcb.menkMWWWf^j
I U
TBSSi
mAtirm IWS ye
Ospf
American
D. G»
Jerwf
RbeuoioUim
R. T (J* olHhinroiulfifl. ^I^ßfflsstüntli
*»w this sdverilsMSseh Atl«
Klmorr, Adam. * S
BroolUr»- and 10» -
NIGHT 1
1
«tJKPEZ ! COFFEE !
|«.PiGBOFECE ÜA:;1
LAOYAYEA, BWi ■
MABACAIBOANDJAVj
COFFEE 0 *
jortree»!»*«- *Zï2*St\
r„rth.Wln»r..niK
(
Chll*
Gaiters
at
St.
JARS
LAUNDRT
STORE
St.
obupue;^
_XIA ST0BB
No. 6,E- Second 8t.

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