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*" u lie •'•«*"* No *
t 1 " N ,,*. 27 .—Frank Jam»
K»*'*', .fl.m Independence to dlj and
,u l' l ""* hl /7 n the Court Houee. He -a»
•* "*i , .liiile «'«leer. Dep«»ï MtratMl
Jd» r «** f |* * crowd h»i Slithered at ttw
fcrrtli. A * Jnoot u. wltneM bl. arrlral,
eri, " J , Tl'lu- trutr. reached the .Utkm the
hit« 1 '"' 1 . L prluoner »ll/hted on the
—rdijj *j[U _ and were two
. iBire ijlwoeered by the oager
P"' k, ' vIcciiuir • carriage they euter»T It
tt"'" 1 -' [riven to the Court llouae, where
•**«. taken In eharire by the jailer.
Jini't ""I" ,,, the araltlns room, where a
■"V, ol the rui loua one# were Intro
war attired In a new .ult of
l "äO U u'c'«k'thle afternoon. In the
Jc. Ä
•'.Itolde
"i
m
I
A*
I Crimi' 111
v " 11 .,.| ami the prisoner brought In and
. within the bar between hi. »U
The IU*t Indictment, that lor
, In the Independence Bauk rob
^A^^readlnJTrindfXe'rt
_ _ tFBBUd.
Governor Jolioaon then an
firm * I*
Kjatf*'
s ror the
H PiwecutlnB Attorney Wallaen «■*
*"»' , , ,. utr , 'ft. the fourth Monday, and
P t h*r upon «nmunowJ that both
îlvwoold be called for trial on th.t day.
g?.J| for drf. nw Inquired If th« Bute
Sw-** hall. The protocoling attoe
Lr repliAl that the caae for robbery waa
Sffi, ; Hie other, for murder. was pre
hr Mi predrcoMor, »nd he waa_ not
S_!iiur with the evhlence, conaeqnently he
Kiotrepf totbequeatlon, but would
"" J ! uiikirer It In ahaut two
„I I
9 PUT*
Tnr orluonfr »»s then remofed, followed
h i crowd, which had Hlled and oTerdowml
lr„uri room for Ore hour» In aniloua au
ijMtl-n. Ill' waa taken back U> Inilr
JlflMicr on the creklng train. The usual
[.aanber of iotarrtewa ocrurred to-day and
j,an talked f, '« ly Ufwrn random topic»,
boimaiNT. roncernlng hl» history and caae
to court bo declined to discus»^ ^
hornino summary.
irienfiT A Plprr'a flour mills, at Car
«limn, III-, were burned on 8unday. Io»»,
111.«»'
Tbe tfr-mln./ Pori, an Independent dally,
lit Hut a|i|>c»ranc« yesterday at
0>ae£»t V V •
Jlphnni" I.erux, a dry good» merchant of
|l ., bn'- tjucbec, ha» I ailed, with llatiili
tläa: flO.m«.
Qnutr II. llcwkwood'» tub and pall man
abetory, at Aahhuruham, Mom., wa« burned
oe Saturday nicht. law», $5,000.
It it eatliutled that tho cut of lumber In
ttiOlinwa Valltv this M-aaon will reach
WO.OOO.UtiO het, the largest put-lu »lnee
"•
Tim Parker killed Bam Varnon with a
ni'ar Plano, Tc«a», on Sunday, In a
qiunt-l crowing out of lamllv dltHi ultln.
William Abm r, » mulatto, living at Nor
fkb. Ciiiiii., yi-ncrday quarreled with and
gi,; In. wile mid then himself. Both will
lr. Jraloutv »a. the cause.
B. [1 Drown .g Co., hatter» and furrl-r»,
illuluraliur, Ohio, ye«l*nlay made
a!grin*-n' I.UWliUi a, ubout $:t(l,l)00. The
aritora arc mostly In New York.
The «onion building In Cambridge,
tm.. « bicli forms part of tho lanro bollt r
works «I Ki utlall, RoberU & ('o , wus
buriiti Uel nicht. Lom, about t>27 ,.*>00
msibly on patterns.
Cbrihtiini Jnhnrou f on Sunday at Lanes
boro, Sli:.it., limi a hat bo supp »soil to a
fatal »bot at Ills inamornta ami then blew hts
owu Lucias out. The girl waa only slightly
Ujoirl.
ThtSu|irrmc Court of Missouri yesterday
linen! tbr decision of tho lower Court lu
tix rarf of Howard Underwood, charged
tWinmrder, and ho was seutenced to Im»
kiD<nl on Dicetnlx*r 29.
il A. Pott's Sons, manufacturers of farm
ifflpiuuient«, and
tbl*line ol buolueaa st Chicago, made an as
«Ignment yesterday. Their liabilities arc
|Bu,o*w ; ah.M*U, $350,000.
Tbe United .Slates authorities have bcjçun
ult «willst the I'itthLurif & Lake Erie rail
rwd tor liuilditig
of the oldest firms iu
brld
at Heaver, wL
Mti^aiiou ou that river.
The lire at tin* Brooklyn, New fork, oil
tv'M !o ut il I buruliiEi aud it will be several
d»}jbefore it la entirely extinguished. The
tali» nt tlm two drowned sailort. havo
beta luund. Daniel Dougherty, who was
reported missing, has turned up all right.
Tbe jury in the Wyndhain county Superior
Court, at Brooklyn, Conn., lias acquitted
Jûdçi- George F. Willis and Captain George
Hurrm 1.1 mnspiracy and Incenalaiism in
tun.iiig the Union Block, Putnam, Conn.,
Isst May, u> defiaud tho Insurance company.
0» ar Wilde Urtured last night at New
Totic before an audience composed mainly
M ladles, under the auspices of tbe Central
Lun;' Men'» Christian Association. Tbe
•object ni his lecture was tbe ''Practical
AppbcaMon of the Principles of Home
«■•■wutioii, with Observations on Personal
Uro» mul Driiameuto."
Mr. Shirley, a music teacher at Austin,
»u«. euguged to Misa Sella Maynard, re
fti'ul an auonymous letter reflecting on
ttdr imlbtacy. «Subsequently Miss May*
D * r Jh brother and another man, uuder the
Mur
over the Alle
lnterferes with
ige
bich
|btt,v 1 iv
«• of liquor, eutered » houso
Mi-k .Matnar<l lived, and, finding Shirley
w^te.young Maynard drew a pistol and
tod three tunes, killing Shirley.
iV. !). Hoyt,
em.it; ('hiati,
her«
of an editor of tho Cln
Adrocate, but employed In
oith, Kuiibos, mh a telegraph opers
wr i "n Sunday went to Lawrence, Kansas,
mire» » Rom one Bailey, a Union
aiirutui u h graph operator, for hu
nivcd by telegraph, aud in the
JJJ' u hy which ensued Hoyt fatally shot
JJky* I pun Uls arrest Hoyt assarted that
^'■looting huh «loue in seif defense,
huhu caae of Whitney against tho First
«ktii'üHl [{.ink of Bruttleboro, Vt., to re
but) north of bonds left as a special
•r ?ul«! keepiug and which the bank
ere Knien in 1871, a decision has
r* u b'Udereif by the General Term of the
toj-Muc Court lu frvor of the bauk.
™hrH> u judgment of the Court below, and
lt »« is remanded lor a new trial. Tho
** l,Jil hceu Iu litigation for years.
■ suit
cover
optait
chinis
"lluchuptMUta."
complete cure, all annoying Kld
1,7* "ladder and Urinary dlB4»a»es. fL
"" ^ , ' H, bi llatH, Claps snd Iftirs Kxola
sively.
. «dir attention, time and facilities for
111,1)8 transactions are wholly devoted to
j s'» iu- branch of trade, and we are, there
. iGiabird to offer unusual advantage to
uuvers. R. u Hum ford & Brv. Mnr
All
Tl«« Tale That Tells
LJ;/*® l4 '^ h <>ran( i Monthly Drawing ol the
Tuesdur' 1 , 1 ^ u,lc Lottery at Now Orleans, on
•htel ? Wtt ^ * Tuesday), Oot. 10»h, 1 8«, the
don I''F'UnruvoWod.nml no shadow of suspl
HeJuJ, lu fairnotw rent* where Oen'ls O. T.
have ,h !ir ' , 1 0f lM "* antl Jubal E» r, y of Vft
Uisv,( e H, * e "bf'orvialon of the dletrlbutlon, na
»rt JuM Vt ;7 '»'»'th. Names of many winners
Tick*» v „ fro,n public at tholr request.
t'&non f "• 8 , 5 ' 196 drew the first CAjdtal prise
: dollar « p ? ,J00, y K lft 0 »old In fifth* at one
Orffn. V ch * Pcnt to M. A. Dauphin, New
Uldh„ T , 1 w "-ûfths, drawing ^n.ooo, was
Umii i'*' n CUm - R«uss, a thrifty Gernton
Ko I'arlsh, L*.; Gwynn Harris
y , ' * str.iot. Health Oflioc Inspectoral!
^STu.k M P '" f thfl Go-operative Ice Co., both
»mfi?«Sa Mhln ? to n U»ty, D. O.. each held
<K«j »LM ÏÎ!' Vhe socond canltal Drlse of §26.*
No Ï-S Uk ® ra»»ncr sold In fifths to ticket
^vtii.vA o»o-flrth held by 8am. Hobson,
toai ivP.. ia »15 man "f Memphis, Tson.i another
Ticket'vi i i, ( ' rttW tordsvtlle, Penn., and so on.
hiiH drew tho third o«pltal(|l0.000)
««ktfi '5 III. No,. l*. 4 w »nd et.TM
° f '
Q Ch-, -V' Ihlbodnuw (U.) fcnHn*l:
< ' New York oltr. ete. Bp»««
Mh S U«2 t wü,*ï 0<, Ç^d» fBW -NUiint **»»
, the pro
and w#»—»e*t •'
M« Kontfld the Knanijr,
fKew Yoik Huu. ]
Ab Irlâhman of advanced years trudged
Along th«? slippery sidewalk of Frank tort
street, near North William, at 7*^ o'elork
l»»t evening, closely hugging a pitcher of
beer. The InaUnt hi* tguergod from the
beer ahop he had become h target fnradoren
rough fellows. who bombarded him with
•now ball*. They hit him on ail sides, but
he continued calmly on IiIh way. Then the
fusillade was increased, and at length the
young men drew nearer wltli the purpose of
tripping hirn up. Ho *eem**d uot to be
aware of them uut ll one put out hin foot Just
In front of him Then, quick a» a flash, the
pitcher wa*, ruined aloft, and ire contents was
dashed over the heads and clothe» of his
persecutor*, and the pitcher Itaelf followed,
being flung with good will at th« head of
the ringleader. It struck him on the shoul
der, and fell in a hundred fragment» on the
snow. The old man threw It with such
force that he was carried off his feet and
measured hî* length on the puveinent; bu»
ho had routed the enemy.
Mother ftwau's Worm syrup.
Infallible, tasteless, harmless, catb rtlc;
for fftverUhntM, restlessness, worms, coq*
•tlpatlon. 95 cents.
Man
oung or old auffering from nerrona or
physical debility or Impotence should send
to Prof. Maraton, 198 Fulton street, Saw
Fork, for a complete treatlae on lost man
hood. Bent umlc
A
is
er oover. free.
tte,w
int i uum la.
J^OTICK.
Walt until you see my steal; of CHRIST
MAS CM >OI>M before
Nsiss
baeathaoi raa-ly for lu*poutloa la a few
4* va.
buy your preaenu.
d beautiful deslgas. Will
Z. JAMES BELT,
Apothecary,
»UUi »o4 Market Stroel«.
J.^KALTH 18 WÇAlaTn.
DH. K. G. WKST'H NERVE AND BRAIN
TREATMENT, a speoMcfor Hysteria, DUxlnuss,
Convulsions, Nervous Headache, Mental Depres
sion, Loss of M«.«»wtrv Hoei'iuatorrhaa, l
teiicy, luvoluniary ttemlsnlon, I'reinaiure
Age, cansed by over-exertion, sell-abu«*,
•ver-luilulgeura* will« b |<mdii to misery ,d<«esv
and death. Due box a til cure recent cas«-'*. Each
box oontalns o^* * t»*Atiueut. One dollar
a box, or six Ixwm for sent by mill prepaid
on receipt of price, we Kiiarantec six boxen to
cure tny case. tvi»K »nier r«K««lv«Ml by tu
for six b«»xes, acxay«itii»ai«Mi with f». w«v will send
the pu rrhaser a written guaranty to return the
mouey If the treatment does not eilest arure.
Guarantee I wtneu wmv uv r*. It. DANVoRTH,
Druggist,corner Ht^oud and Market streets, WlL
filîi
re am;
mt
F
HE GREAT CURE
c
VO"

B
— RHEOMÂTISM —
As 1W la Ibr all tho painful diseiwe» of the
KIDNEYS,LIVRR AND BOWEL8.
It olean

h
:
o
c
Î
Ü
the ryote-u of the eorld polaon
that nan»»» the dreadful Hunv-ring which
only the victims of Rheumatism can realize.
THOUSANDS OF CASES
of the worst forms of this terrible dDea.*
have been qulnkly relieved, aud In short time
PERFECTLY CURED,
rmcv, $i. LiqriDon
Dry ran l>«> wmt by malL M
mCITAIlD30K&Co.,BurHii(CkmVt a
a
o
0!
J
£
i
o
c
, soi.n rt naioGiSTA -a
< «4
VVFLLS,
|BL
MS
"Wc du hereby oerUfy tb it w« suporvlse
for all the Monthly and He nil
arrangemt'
Annual Drawing* of The 1/OulsUnaHiate Lottery
manage und control the
«1 that the aaine
•sty, falrnuM, and In good fa'th
autlioalr.i- tho 00 o
Company, and In p<
Drawings tbcmselvofl,
ducted with h
toward all parties, and
pany to
algnaturo« attachcl. In Its advertisement*. ' '
t hi* certificat«*, with fac-slinlo*
*y
Commissioners.
ATTRACnON !
LION IJI.H UaiL'TF.ll.
1TNPRECEDENTED
U OVF.lt HALF A MIL
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
incorporated In [»a» for »vor« hr the Lepllt«
lorc for Fdnc»tton»l »nd CliaritJhte purpi«»
wlth » capital Of «1, 000.000-10 which » reeerve
mnd of «iStUIDO h«. nlnce Uwii added.
whelinln«' l.opol»r vote lia rrsnchlse
•nt «tat*; Constitution
I»., 1H7Ï».
NUMBER DRAW
a part of the pre
looted December 2d. À. I
IT« GRAND HINDI.K
NO« Will take place monthly. It never scabs
. Look at tne following dtstrl
madi
.» 1
or ooetpunt*«
tout l
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
Dmitie which will t»kc hlace the JAlit i*RANI>
Ml JN nil.V ami the KX 1« AOIIDIN A KJ »KMI
(JF.NKBAL JCBAL A. KARL» of Va.
Capital Prize, $100.000.
«»-NO* ICE.-TICKET» ARE TEN DOLLARS
ONLY. HALVES. $5. FIFTH«, $2.
TENTH», fL
PRI7.UI
LIST
1 Capital Prize of f 100 ono
1 Grand Prize of
1 Or «nd Prize or 20,r<)0.
2 Large Prizes of 10. W0
4 Largo rrlse* «f
20 Prizes of
iioo, cm
50.000
2',000
'»0,000
»0,000
2 ».000
25.000
.7 •. «X»
4'.000
In
the
at
SOI
t » Prize* Of
210 Prizes Of
cn Prlz«-s of
10,(100 Prizes of
on ooo
10>
. 100.000
1" .
APFROLIMATIt*W PKI7.KH
joo Approximation Prizes of
no " ,w '*
...I 20.0(0
.... 10 0 b»
.... 7. 0»
75.
11 , 17 » l-rl«»», iir.oonlln* U>.
Annllratlon for rates to clubs should only be
maJetn the «»bee of thecompany In New Orleans.
For Information apply to
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
0r - "• *«J7 n s A eV'n"hsir«1. ««.hinaus, D. 0 .
Oru-MUa Wtl
norl5*d»5w-wA*
N. B.—OrderB addressed
receive pr«»mnt attz-ntlon.
iTHEUMATISNI ANS COuT CURED
M li-n w«' f n (-. «M üh I'y » chain of evidence
î over In inirr hut ni.ke« Flronger, that "
Ihn 07.1* r.ot. or radical rr-morty for Khcnmatlr
ilsorde- » and •• pul ihat.vWen- « w.ihln the nach
,-rv eunererwii cut wmn end whW prior, «
SSS-ÄmÄ"
liaAnot wo auk v»ui to Ro with uh lor a lew m- mon.*
ten £ th. [£%*'.;!<rKi
>f trxtdi.
JtFSXiS?
j;»îiy«-a.«r. ni.™..*.
Bl, Brooklyn - Aotw sod
fL
for
to
to
»I
the
on
the
T.
Vft -
na
of
one
New
was
both
held
§26.*
ticket
a
on.
et.TM
Bp»««
**»»
all
Oaewasercr. *1! »
«SrtJîSKS c^îiVCsVku—
• yosra—bsd capondeU enr $1400 (a oibvr mi e uu
\p,[n. «31 TM>4 Aram». BrMVyu- Chro.1. BUrau.
M
' ,, Mr 4 £.V'»°'[ «• , r *" * r T 4 ! i ;r
„ray id CS. oui» wrauraU.» »» J
D ss. p mW«.. « »a ft ** d Clr °'""
»I.wim-iil.nl lur r-l ' "i! ' U„tt.„'lra
Dr. —dr». '^S'iSS »■.! W- W-ra«. —«
..11,-i'mn VO vear«; fln|«rs ■nJ«Mi
W~»L, kciVcik-Chrsulo.nl
£s rB W*a. 104 Booth BL. Few Yert-Chr
I
Mrs. Willi
taflammMor;
Mr. IBw
*C«pL k
'»'ml' ïî'ïtVra-H» A... N.— T.rk-Ctra.1. «!»»■
"S.U.'l'T "-" *'"■ rate»* *'"» Cliy-Cfcroolo
Bbsumsttsm sever si year*
BI
. '(T'JrVfiaJm,lira D;.rop«.. Llrtr 5
-a — tey
Sîmô« & C^.. 0« AIIauIIcAt,
Srcrakl Y-, »nd IO» WIUI»m •«., "• V.O.
pro
to
c'Minrnr».
o
o
Coachmen's Coats.
A Heavy, Extra Long, Warm
COACHMAN'S COAT,
Of Good Blue and Green
Beaver, Cut Double-Breasted
is being sold at Yates & Co.
for $22.00. They are a bar
gain. Avail yourself of the
opportunity.
3.
O
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING,
Chestnut and Sixth sts.
Is
til
PHILADELPHIA.
seutUttJan-84
QUB
ASSORTMENT
—or
OVERCOATS
t
/
J
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q
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N
Cannot be beaten, cither in
Style, Goods or Price, for Men
Youths' Boys' or Children.
Rock bottom prices and all
clothing guaranteed as repre
sented at
John II. Moore's
228 MARKET ST.
-THE
OLD AND RELIABLE
CLOTHING HOUSE.
Full lines of all kinds of
Goods for Winter wear,
to-day and examine them.
novlltJual-lW
Call
TH POPULAR
60
MONTHLY DRAWING OF TUB
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In the city of LOUISVILLE,
Thursday, November 30th *82.
The«' drawlntf* o«-tirmonthly
Tan actof theOeneral Assembly of Kentucky.
Tho United State» Circuit Court on March
ÄÄÄ nutr.hu. 10 -
: d . ur „ rMe „,
tSZ »ÄlVTh^iÄVÄ S'"'
of
NOVEMBER DRAWING.
$80,000
loi 000
S, 000
10,000
10,000
10,000
10,000
I2.0CO
. 10.000
, 2,700
. 1,800
1 Prise..
1 Prize..
1 Prize..
10 Prise«, l,oop each
20 " 500 '
100 " 1 « "
°'""
B
no
1,000
•• Äppr« ruination
««»
'
no
I B
100 ••
I
.im.400
1,980 Prize*.
WHOLE TICKETS, $2. Il AXF TICKETS, fl.
27 Tl«*ket*,|W; 58 Ticket*, flOO.
nÆi l r™ D 7Km'^,';uhy' r iÂt'.teP..«tWror
wrn, feäßÄ ,,oakiv
tey
4*-lr-«
LIQVOH ItKAl.KHH.
u
nrj
ItfefttE-Ll
HI
QRANOE OROVF.
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—Ilf FACT—
THE rURFKT. RIC.IIRHT AND BTOT RYE
WiiiaKY EXTANT.
By the g alt on or bottle.
.JAMES A. KELLY
)
Uniform tn quality ^
Absnlataiypure ry«*
and deUoftts In Asvor.
▲ sure and safe tonie.
▲ reliable »Uiuulant
3. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STB.
mv6-ly-26
TOHN P. DONAHOE,
O -BOTTLEU OK—
AND SOI.K AGENT OK WILLIAM MA.BAEY
A CO.M rUILADELIMHA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Celebrated Bartboloinay R»»c' eater Beer.
*bc brewing» are uuequallcd Tor »urltyand
fin vor; constantly on band In kegs
Mineral waters In all
the different flav

517 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WII.MINOTON, DEI..
JS§"Polite ami accomnwxJatlug drivers. Orders
•y mail promptly nttendod to. lie is also oonnec-
with the IVlepbone
-"AA
Rx< hmige. and his signal
. myl-U
Is
E HOLD IN STORE AND IN Ü. 8.
BONDED WARF.IIOUSEB pure
whiskies from tbe following celebrated
til 1er les*
A. Overboil \ Co., Jauunrv IH7« and June 1M0.
A. Guck«*nh«*lmer A Bro., May 1875».
John Gibson, «on A Co., May l»79and June WHO.
Hannls Distilling Co., August 1879.
Hlu rwood, Novtmiber l»79Hnd
Neverslnk (Rending, I's.
Mt. Vernon, May, IB#).
Thn above g. ida will be sold elthor In bond or
paid at the lowest market rates, «ampin
at thla store.
NO. 108 MARKET BTRFPT.
my5-20
w
im
, ) February, LitfO.
may bi
F RAX (.TW KELLI AGO.
N TI'-'T.'SK.
(JOSMOPOL
200 WEST SECOND ST.,
WILMINGTON, DELAWAHB.
CHOICE LIQUORS AND SEGAHS.
THE BEST LAGER IN THE CITY.
d Saturday
A It AIIRER,
Proprietor.
Wann Lunob evsry morning
night.
nov24-3m-X>
H AltN Kim V VHD.
t*y?o5-iTg
\
I
m
K 4
'Æa.
Dt*es»e nt an efleet, not a cause. Its origin b
within ; Its manifestations wlthaut. Hence in
the disease the cause must be removed, am
In no other way ran a cure ever be elected.
WARN Kit'S HA KB KIDNE» AM» LIVE.
lust this principle.
CURE l* established
reall/ffl thst
95 Per Cent.
of all diseases arise from deranged kidneys and
liver, sod It strikes at enre at llu* root of th** diffi
culty. Th« « lemeuts of which It Is composed
directly upon these great organ«, both as a lo;*d
and rcstoi«*r, and by placing them In a hculthy
condition, drive disease and pain Horn thekyateui.
For the Innumerable troublck caused by un
healthy Kidney. Liver and Urinary Organs; for
thedlHtressing Disorders of \\ omen : tor Malaria,
and for phvsu'al derangements generally, this
great remedy has noequal. Beware of Imposters,
ImltAtlons and concoction* said to be Just as good.
For Diabetes, ask for WARNER'S BAFEDIA
HKTE6 CU KK.
For Half by all dealers.
11. II. WAKXYB L CO,,
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