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AN ARCHITECT*!* BILL.
f « Thorne Attempting Is Uot Pny for
Hotting Dp Plsno.
;Continued rroui flr«t edition.]
WTbc c im" of William Polk and E. R
jCOChra i anil Cbarlca Tautum, Jr., against.
Janim McMullen, oar outer ef Mary Riley,
* deceased, gurnifthee of John M. Wood», were
■Smltscd.
The matter of James H. Laraaelere A Co.
TB. Carr ,k Smelt* was continued at the lu
atance ol S. A. Macalllater, Esq., council
for plaintiff.
A jury waa then drawn In the eaae of
Edwin W. Thorne TB. C. Wesley Welding
and I lie ease w aa stated to the Jury by
Benj. Melde, Esq.. He stated that Mr.
Thorne as an architect and builder
had done work for Mr. Weldin,
lumber merchant, aud the suit was
for 8140 with Interest Irom Not. 4, 1879.
ln 1K79 Mr. Thorne went to see Mr. Wel
din al»ut eettlug some lumber for a house
ho wae building. Mr. Weldin then stated
that lie waa about 'to build a house and
wanted plaintiff to pre)wre ul
plaintiff sgraedaml said that If he got the
contract for building tbe house ho would
charge nothing for tho plans, but the de
fendant said he would pay for the plans.
Witness, therefore, went to work and pre
pared plans for a residence willed were ac
cepted, after a few alterationa. The
house was built, but the defendant had
received payment for his plaus aud
speellieatinns.
Edwin W. Thorne, on being sworn, said
that early iu April, 1873, being about to
build a house lor l'nncoust Allen lie went
went to see Mr. Weldin about getting more
lumber ; Weldin said lie was going to build,
but wanted tbe matter kept quiet, as he
would be overrun by builders 11 his inten
tions were known ; told Weldin he would
charge nothing for architectural scry ices
he got the job of building ; Weldin said he
was willing If witness did not do the build
riglit for llie arciii
N
?
The
rev« r
if
1ne, to pay »ihat.
tecturaf servlees ; Weldin frequently saw
wltncrs about the plauB, which were
worked at odd times, made alter
aecordiug to sutorestlons of
defendant ; plans and specifications were
delivered : defendant «panned himself
pleased with p alntilTs work, with the ex
ception of a little stl ff ans on the jioreh ;
arcbttechnical work is generally worth
per cent, on the cost of a building ; witness
charged only 3 per cent., estimating the
cost of tire building at $7,900, and expressed
at the time drawings were made he would
build it. for that »um.
The original drawings for the house, with
the exception of the elevations, were pre
sented aud explained by the witness and
offered in evi 'euce.
Ou cross-examination by Lore the wit
ness stated that, at tho instance of Mr.
Weldin, he visited the cellar of the house
aud saw that the foundation walls were all
right ; he hud seen
E. L. Rice and upon them
build the bouse; Rice's plan» were Identical
almost with those of Thome'»; a number
of carpenter's made l»ids and the contract
was given to Strickland A: A rebel ,who were
the highest ladders; witness had understood
distinctly from Mr. Wilden that he preferred
Thorne to do the work, but would have to
ask for M is to give other carpenters a show;
wituc
the |t»u0 during the winter.
The witness
style of the building
plans, and stated that .Mr. Wcldiu had given
the measurements to Mr. Rice.
A close examination then took place
the difference between the house as it now
stand* and the plans made by Thorne, which
the latter stated was slight in some respects.
At 1 o'clock Court adjourned.
When court adjourned the jury in the
d ease was still out, and
set of plans made, by
le a bid to
had offered to do the carpenter work
declared that the general
ra» »iiullar to hi»
to
McCartv-Lockw
1» t »»ought to have hung.
TDK TOWNSEND ACCIDENT.
5.4W
*
f
Further Particulars of the Accidental
,Shooting of Mr. Daniel».
A correspondent of the Gazette at Town
send furnishes the following; additional par
ticulars of the accidental »hooting of Bene
dict Daniels :
"William Daniels, an uncle of the unfor
tunate man, called at the house in the
. gunning.
<:d and eff they at once started.
dtided to
w lthin a
, lie re
tie. "1 will get out here
>thcr road h y<
eu walking to the
cached out I
morning and Invited him to go
He com
Alter a few hours Pport .they
return home. When they earae
qur rter of a mile of Benedict's fc
marked to hU
and \vaik huu
Th
nearest way 1 «
back part of th
uia riglit
he
l hi» gun, the b
and g
?ere poi
lock, U i» supp<'B«*d
tailboard, cautdn
and the contents
thy arm pit.
3
tiug towards him. i'he
in contact \vith the
ie guu to be discharged
itered his right side near
Death ensued iu about 10
shot he
I
iuutc aft- r he
I," Uncle, I have killed my »elf, I
♦ x
- 1
I
« diately fell in th-
fic-ioua. Mr. Samu«
ixckiel Bl
an dying,"
ad and became une
K. W
of the d
1 im
, two
acquaintance»,
camo
■ong just then and placed t'n* wounded man
In t.j»; dearborn and the grief-stricken uncle
phew '« home, but lie died
starte-i to bis
be could be carried iu the house. The
Cvi w as about 10 yours of age and had
:.-s. Ills his untimely
is caused sadness and
his community,
d three little children.'
bet
«ia
a cl reift of act i u j!ii
and *u.Mo
b.
II
fff com
K-avcs a will
tiir.iu
IHvidlng tho City Market».
Tho following petition, which lias already
received nearly l,0«)0 names, will be pre
sented to tho City Council on Thursday
the Mayor and Council of
Gentlemen: We, the eft!
ufffon—i
•riding in the westerly part of the
uve long suffered very serious incon
iicr.cc iu not having a puliiic street
t < !« tl «• v. • .-t riy side oi the city.
ted over a mile from
' market and it is a
»1
:o:r
Many of us t
• 1
iL«i pi
rn t fit
dves
blldreii ure compelled to carry heavy
* from two to four times u
ter » beat and thunder
btorms t»nd in the extreme cold of winter
storms of snow, Ice
hardship
that
at
nidi
it i.i very inconvenient so
ini
tic
■ly injurious to
it ih i
icaith. It is tl
I .• we bear tliat an effort is being made to
Lli&h public
ii.-.ou btrci-.t.j to better accommodate the
both sides o» the city. We there
fore most e rncslly request your honorable
body to pass said erdinance, knowing that
y. u will confer upon a large majority of our
cit'.zeua a long feit nec-p.-ity.
ttong Denial.
John Dugan, of Front street, informs lise
Gazette, that the statement of the old
peddiur published last week was full of mis
* tale men ta und deliberate falsehoods. Jle
ab.o, and offers to bring witnesses
to that effect, that tltc 50 cents paid by the
old man for l<
waa ejected,
acted in a disgusted manner in the house,
aud both tbu peddler aud his wife behaved
very dhordeily and cursed and swore
roundly ut tltc pn>prictor of the "hotel."
is rather lute in Itis denial which,
given lor any benefit he may
possibly derive from it.
TlIE LARGEST RETAIL STOCK OF DRY
GOODS.
Straw bridle & Clothier,
Dealer* in Dry Goods Exclusively,
Eighth and Market Streets,
Philadelphia.
■xtre
t*.
cfore with great pleasure
French ami
dging was returned
fhe old man, Dugan states,
lien he
'>
however,
CITY ITfciilS
( bai. H. Vary, l'hila. Messenger, 503 Market.
matter ley & Go., Photograph or s. 302 Market st
Vatapne PluinoB atCrlppcnV. No. 5 E. Second
\ full line of Heute rp. Rangea, Heating
Cooking Stoves, Fanner's Hollers, etc.,
^iioen'ft Heater, Rungo and Stove House,
213 Shipley street.
l.,i Oru tes ami Repairs constantly on
Hhoen s Heater. Range and Stove
» t.o 213 Shi ploy street.
Hunter. Range and Stove House, is
the toioph*
tao prompt
d Rio Coffee, very superior.
. .No. b L-ia^t Second street.
1
St 1
1)
'
1 tt
H
Sbo
exchange. All
•onaooisl with
ration.
t.rffmrx
Java, 1j
ti «'rlpp
r
HR 4. LARUTHH TKOVBLMS.
She Authorizes an Emphatic Denial of the
Stories In Circulation.
Boston, De«. 11.—Charles À. Memluni,
Mrs! Langtry's manager, state! to-day on
the lady's authority that any statement af
fecting her strict propriety of conduct,either
in England or America, was unqualifiedly
false. He added that it was impossible that
the Chctwyud story could be true. If it was
K must have been known In England» < nd in
that caee Mrs. Langtry would not have been
received and chaperoned by the Princess of
Wales as she had been. He admitted that
she bad been indiscreet tn permitting Mr.
(Jebhart's attentions, which was due to her
ignorance of the difference in social customs
iu this country from those of Engltnd, but
that having been set tight on this point, she
h.d promptly dismissed Mr. Gcbhart who
had returned to New York. As to Mrs.
Langtry's being a failure iu a dramatic
, he said it was not for him but for the
'»papersto speak of the artistic question.
She had chosen to live very secluded iu this
country and uot to go into society. Tbe
best answer to the financial section is that
the receipts at the Globe Theatre last week
were over $15,000. to which Mr. Mendurn
was willing to make oath.
-I
THE LTTE OF WOKURNTEB.
The Wilmlngton-Hullt Hound Steamer
Sued for II
vy Collision DsmSffSe.
Nkw York, Dec. 11.—Au action iu ad
miralty war begun to-day lu the United
8tat«*a District Court by William H. Vau
derbtl
and
Charles A. Pool, carriers of the cargo of
naid barge against tbe steamboat City of
Worcester and the steam tug Samuel Lenox
for the recovery of $41,000 damages
for the loos of the barge and a
portion of the cargo bv being ruu Into and
sunk by the City of Worcester some weeks
ago.
of tit« barge Saginaw,
McK. Troombley and
owner
Iamiiton
;
TUB HAILKUAOS.
A Local Time Table Wltti tho I.*teol
Corrcctiona.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON Fl)K
Pm LA.— LOU*— 2.« 3* — fl. SO—6.56 T.001—T.kO
—S.lOf—i.16—0.001—0.3»t"-4»-48J—10.30—11.63 a.
•-12.16~15i.3K— 1.6&—Ï.30J— 4.00—
mi;—12.00 f
6.17*—6.10—S.S8*—7.26—7^0*—B.66*pm
York — Ltw*—2.23*—6.80—7.60—V.60—
a— i9k98—1.63—6.17*—6.38*—7.26 p.D.
HaLTIMORB— 1.Ü5* —1.42*—4.61*— 8.06* — 0.17
.—12.26—1.0O—1.08—4.00—6.00—6.67—
N
11.63 a.
10.00 a.
11.04* p. ra.
Washington—1.42*— 1.61*—8.04—8.17 a. m
—1 OO— 1.00-6.57—11.04* p. iu.
Halt:murk a
1.05*—0.17 10.00 a.
IKTKUMXUIATa STATION
;—1.00—6.00 p. tn.
* Trains running both dally and Sunday.
{Trains running only ( ,n Sunday.
I Connect at Graj'i Furry for old depot,
Broad aud Washington avenuo.
Dklawakr Railroad— 6.00*—6.10 a. m;—1.06
—6.00*—6.261 p. tn. No Sunday trains.
* For Now thistle only
t For Harrington sud iutormedlate stations.
Wilmington A Ngrthkrm railroad— 7.47 a.
tn;—1.0f>—5.00—6.30 p. m. Uu Sunday for
Reading and St. Peter—4.10 a. m.
Dklawakr Wbht
a. m;—i.SO p. m. Sunday trains 10.30a, tn—6 00
to
Railroad—7.04—10.80
8PY
Lull NOTON FROM
Tit AlNSAItffrVE AT \v
PHILAURLPllIA—12.60—l.UO—1.^2*—4.47*—7.45
8.02*—U.12—M.04—10.1l)f—11.36—12.36 a. ui:—12.50
—1.07 —2.30f —2.50— 4.35— 4.65— 5.40—6.64—6.2C
—8.4 *—7.35f—7.55—U.60—10.38— lu. 46^ m.
Few Y ORK— 1.32*—4.47*—8.02f— b!t 2 a. ra;—
12.50—1.07 —4.65— 0.4«*— 10.68 v. in.
Baltimore— 1.61 % — 2.13*— tt.34—0.64^-11.43 a.
m:— 1«. 36—1.60—6.11*—6.30*—7.24—V.49* V. Ul.
Washington— 1.61*—2.13—11.48a. m;— 12.30
—1.60—5.11*—6.20*—7.24— Ü.4V* p. m.
* Both daily and Sunday.
On Sunday only.
IKLAWAKK RAILROAD— f). 50— 10.1fc*.l.m;—12.04
—6 .«j 5*—6.05 p. ra. No Sunday trams.
* From Now ('autlo only.
JittTON 5k NoTTHRRN RAILROAD—6.25—
8.40—11.35a. m;—6.40 p. ui. On Sunday frora
Reading and St Peter at 7 10 p. m.
Dklawakr We8TKRN Railroad— 8.00a. in;—
2.16 p. m. Sunday trains 9.10 a. in.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILMINGTON
!
V
Philadelphia Nkw Broad Stiiekt Depot—
12.30*— 3.6Ô*— «.GO—7.20*—S.UO—8.21—S.36t-10.16
—11.80—11.60 a. in;—12.23—1.32f—1.32—3 16
4.02— 4.2ft— 6.05— 6.20—1.65— 6,06* — 3.G6—8.30*
-9.:v>—l«j.00—11.22* p.
fcKOV
—10.16 a. m:—1.30—3.10—4.:
NRW UaöTLä— 8.3G—10.00—li.46 a. m.— ».49—
5.4W p. m.
* Daily and Sunday,
f < m Sunday only.
I
WASIUXOTON AVF.mrK—6.30—8.00
J
5.16 p. ra.
024
WThe black figure« denote the Limited
hxprena Lralus.
OUR MAILS
Their Arrival ami Dopartar»*, Taking j J.
Effect .July lut. 188X. |
The Post Office in this cily will be open dally,
excep' Sunday, fi-.m ^.:ui a. ni. to 9 p. in.
? I* Bible until 11 p. ra. I
pen Iroi - 8.:;u to 9 30 a.
FriVi«
Sum!
boxes v
w. Private I j««'
The whole- j M
6.30 p. m. The ;
at 6.08 p. id.
6 to 8 p. m.
I
p;Jo sta op window will cIobc
money order office will ci
IA1 Lli CLOSE Aft FOLLOW«:
WORTH.
Wilmington StNorti.rrn Latlroad to Heading
tl:e Baltimore Central south
Pa., an«l points
1 of Chad'Ps Ford, 7.4'Ja.
I Philadelphia cloned p
oh, 8.30 a. m.
ladelpnla and wayinau, 9.00 a. in.
York, Pennsylvaula and points east and
. v
•.pt. 9. a. m.
IX*.aware Western Railroad to Landont>erg,
lo.oo a. tn.
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey. 11.50 a. ru.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west, 1.30 p. m.
I hlladolphln, New Yerk and all points east
and west, 4.40 p. in.
Pblladclphi
and New York cities, closed
poaches, ü.-»5 p. m.
Pennsylvania wert of Lancaster, and all
points west un i soutiiwout 9.35 p. m.
All points north, east, west and southwest,
of
All Louisiana ta sent west except New Orleans
which !» sont oouth
through
a
eocTn.
altimore and way mail, 7.40 a. m.
Washington am! all points south, 7.40 a. m.
All points on the Peninsula, 8.8oa. ni.
Supplementary mail lor tho l'eniiuuta, O.oO
Haltimors, Waàiitagton
id all points south,
12.30 p. in.
u
Newport, Stanton. Newark, Elk ton and
Havre de Grace, 12.30 p. in.
l'oints «»u Haltiinoro Central, between Port de
Posit, Northeast and Chudd's Ford. 12 3U p. in.
Ilaltimore and Hay Idnc steamers, 4.40 1«. tn.
ul.i north of Harrington. Including
Delaware (ütyand St. Georges, 5.50p.ra.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.60 p. nt.
Balt lut ore, Washington and all points south
11.00 p. m.
M All $ ARRIVE AND RRA
Wilmington &. Northern Railroad,
so
to
to
the
our
lise
old
mis
Jle
the
may
DRY
FOR DELIVERY.
i
0 .:.
! •
From New Y«irk, Philadelphia, Washington
and all (.ttu-r points, c.3o p. m.
Front Philadelphia. New
north, oafet and west, 8.30 a. m.
way mall from Philadelphia, 8.80 a. m.
Eront Peninsula and all north of Harrington
9.15 a. in.
From Haitimure und way mall, 9.60 a. m.
»more, 12.30 p. w.
From Peninsula mail, 12.30 p. m.
PhiladelpMa, New York and points
York and points
i
:
i
.1
st. 1.30 p.m.
Hall.inure, Washington aud points
y
soutti, 2.2o
Western Kail road, 2.20 p. m.
York aud points
Haiti more," Washington and points
south and southwest. 6.40 p. in.
Carriers deliverlcp as follows : 6.30 a. m., gen
eral; 10.00 a. m., partial; 1.30 p. m., general; 4.00
p. m., partial..
Collections from itroet boxes are made by the
«arriéra :it ft.:>0 and lo.oon. m.,1.30 an«l 4.00 p.in.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
all boxes betv/ee
Lombard und Water
Inclusive. On Sunday a lull collection will be
. Local letters for carriers'
delivery should be.lopoBitcd In the Post Ottlco
ton minutes before tho hour of delivery.
W. Y. SWIOGLTT. Postmaster.
D<
Philiulclphia, N
he
1 oast. 6.40 p.m.
I
.Teflerson aud
1 Thirteenth streets
. tri
ode
6.00 I».
DEATH«.
!•>. S 'dlie wile of John W.* Grace and
•laughter of th* 1 late Aaron C«»nrad.
Relatives and friend k of the family
fit 11 v 111' If
dence of h
city, this iTueMluy) afternoon.
. cpcct
d lier funeral from the resi
broth. r. No. *7 A d.t
I
st
etc.,
on
Stove
is
strcvi, this
3 o'clock.
T ILRON'b
W
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
610 KING STREET.
Cenncctccl with Telephone Exchange.
Call -
All
OPEN ALL MQ11T.
J. A. WILSON,
Funkh^l Diuxctoh.
2-12-14
DMVBtuan.
TTKALTH 18 WEALTH.
iV *. C. WHHT'g KF.ItVK ANI> BRAIN
TREATMENT, % specific for Hysteria, Dizziness,
Convulsions, Nervous Headache, Mental Impres
sion, Loss of Meinorv. Hm>mitorrbcs, ifnpo
tenoy, Involuntary ttemlsslon, Premature Old
Age, caused by over-exertion, sei f-abase, or
•ver-lndulgenc*. which leads to misery,decay
and death. One bo* will eure reeent cases. Each
box contains o»e wawth's treatment. One dollar
a box, or six boxes lor «6; sent by mall prepaid
?r: receipt of price. W« guarautee six l»oxes to
cure any case. With each order received by us
for six boxes, acooiuuanUMl with f&, we Will send
the purchaser a written guarantee to return the
money If tbe treatment docs wit effect a cure.
Guarantee Issue« umy uy «. U. DAN TO!KTH,
ltougufst, corner Decontl and Market streets, W11
mlngtoia, Delaware, ole agent.
J^LEGANT
HOLIDAY GOODS !
Useful and ornamental at
Z. JAMES BELT,
PH ABM ACT, »1XTII A MARKKT HT8.
Ucautlful C7BLLUL011» sITT» of nvw designs in
liluslt, le*UH-r and »»tin.
Elegant ODOBCAEKS lor handkerchiefcxtracU.
HoiuvYer| gnity Ohriatmas uuvelllts In ALL1
CUT GLASH and ENGRAVED BOTTLES in
great abundance.
FARINA CVLOUNK
EXTRACTS in heautlfiillr lat*el«d bottles._ _
NAIL SKI'S, TOILET MlKRoRS, PUFF BOXES
aud numavoua uM*f«il articles for ptoaaing
.1 HANDKERCHIEF
230 EAST LIBERTY ST.
ROXBIRG,
Can cun* all kinds of <11 m*ium h by laying on of
hands by flit* power of elcvtrlclty.
RHEUMATISM. DF.AFNF.8H AND CHRONIC
DISEASES
furnish best of reference.
A specialty. Cl
dec 1>I-14
KIDNEY-WORT 1
a, HAS BEEN PROVED
. Tho SUREST OURS for
f KIDNEY DI8EA8E8.

dioor dorod w ring Indi
cate that you or« a victim P THEN DO NOT
Kidney-Wort at onoa. (drug
Dooaalame book
I
ZUB8ZTATB1
Jj yl»U rooommond it) and it wUlapscdily oy«r
For complainte peculiar
a to your »ex, auch aa pain
andwookneaooa. Kidney-Wort la »»»urpaeeod
oa it will act promptly and safely.
Either Bex. Inoontinenoe, retention of urine,
brick duet or ropy deposits, and dull dragging
pains, all speedily yield to its ouratlvo power.
43- BOLD BY ALL DRUOOISTS. Prioe $1.
Ladies
1
KIDNEY-WORT 1
THUNDER CLAPS FROM 108 EAST
X SIXTH STRELT. A hurricane of low prier»;
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uii'i itilii» li:
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targe ling «if Im*
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will *t. livtr oy-.u r
lets left wlili the «Ir»
•d •• 'wV
A
at short
1 to all
ver will
abl

r th«*
nidlv

I j««'
j M
;
-11
HEM
t
*'W« do Ii«-ivi»j certify that wt- »upervi»«
&rranr«iin<*nts for all the Monthly ami fk*uil
Annuai Drawing» ofTliv Louisiana State Lo
Company, ami In person manage and control tlu
Drawings theiusel
ducte«! with ho
(
•ry
.•III.
d the »
, and tn g«>«nl fa'lh
LUthoat7.e the e«» u
wltti fuc.-.-iiule»
sty, fair»
toward all partie»,
ind
tills certlllCiitc,
»Ignatui'is alUchi d, iu IU advcrtbeiLeiit». " |
I
!
i
.
f/
r?
I
!
iiinm Isbloit
I TNPRECEDENTED ATTRACTION !
OVKRUAI.F A MILLION OISTHIliL'I ZI>.
Louisiana State Lottert Co.
1868 for 26 years by
id CnariiabY
ineorpo
«1
the Legtsla
e purposes—
» which a A
added.
for Kdne
i ■
with a capital offl.OJO.u
nd of $560,(46 lifts hIdcr 1
l'.y an overwhelming popular vote Its franchise
w.iH made a part af the pri t
adopted December 2d. A. D. t IH74.
I»* (.HAM) SINGLE NUMBER DRAW
INtiH will take place uionthly. It never seaies
puHtponeii. Look at the f-.li«.wing distri
bution:
Ju
de
Slate (Constitution
i
GRAND PROMENADE CONCERT,
During which will take place the lfttat GRAND
M'lMIII.Y uii'i tie K.\ 11!AOllDINARY 8KM1
ANNUAL UKAM1NU AT NKW OKLF.AN«,
1 t E-DAY. DhClfiMBKIt 19th, I8N2. *
p< rnonai supervision anti tiiauagcuient
KKAL G. T. BF.AURLGARD ol La..
UKNKIUL J U t ( A L A. EARLY of Vs.
Under the
G EN -
m.
Capital Prize, $100,000.
**-NUIl< K.—TICKET» ARE TEN DOLLAR»
ONLY. HALVES, f.->, FIFTH», $2.
TENTHS, $1.
LIST OK PRIZES:
1 Capital Prize of fl00,<flo.
1 Grand Prise of
1 Gr.in«l Prize of
2 Large Prizes of
4 Large Prizes of
20 Prizes ef
50 Prizes of
106 Prizes «>f
2"0 Prizes of
'rises «if
10,000 Prizes of
..$100.000
.. 50,000
.. 20,000
.. 20,000
.. 20,000
.. 2 , ».OO0
.. 25,000
.. 31,(*0
.. 40,000
.. 60.000
.. lOf',000
-
I'-.OO
5,000
1 , 0(0
m.
gen
4.00
the
p.in.
7.30
be
lui
10 .
UOXIMATION PRIZES
iinatlon Prizes of 1200..
100 App
..$ 20.06
.. 10 0 d
.. 7,0.
luu
i 1
100
11,279 Prizes,
. Ajjpllcot
•ranting to.$622,6 m0
elubs should only be
he rntlce ««l'thecoinpanyi New Orleans.
For lnformatlou apply to
loo for
aud
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, at
607 Seventh ttt
t, Washington, D. C.
N. H.—Orders adrirebMMl to New Orleans wll
.'«•ntton.
receive d™
novl5-d,6w-wé*
K li. JACOBS
• — MANUFACTURER OF
and \ IMPROVED RUBBER
HAND STAMPS,
y style, and fur marking Linens
cpcct
resi
( ard size of
this ] with Indelible Ink.
H. W. COR. SIXTH AND SHIPLEY BTB.
Wilmington, Delaware.
drcft-l.lO
pjEFFNEH'8
Oyster Bay and Hilling Saloon
—Basement of—
235 MARKET STREET.
Muftis served from 7 s. ra. to 12 night.
sep2$-8m-14
REPRINTED FROM YESTERDAY
TRK JKANNBTTi: Ui«VlBY
Klnderman Close«—lie nays The Crew
Oflssr.
Treated Collins as
Dec. il- — N tndermxn
Washington, _
dosed ills tcatlinoriy buf* ro the Jeannette
Board of Inquiry to-dav No further Infor
mation of a general Inter« was elicited in
this morning*« UfBtiuioti . pavc a statement
by Nindcrin»n that t*ie
always respected to Mr Collins, the Herald
corresjioiiucijt, a« an offn er, and treated fiifu
h. If there wen any different
quarrels between Collin uud other officer*,
he did not know of it. The court will do t
review Nlndermnn'e testimony and on
Thursday resume the examinat ion of wit
nesses, putting NoroB next on the stand,
crew were
■ r
Bfl BM
Tlie Sur Honte Ctt«ca.
WasniTfOTox, Dec. 11. — In tho 8t«r
Route cases this morning, upon asseiubüng,
Juror Chew wgf excuwtl on account of 111
ness ■
name be drawn to complete the panel. Mr.
Merrick in behalf of the Government then
submitted a moilon t'aat Stephen W. Dorsey
be compelled to appetr personally in court.
Tbe motion recited the fact that he was well
enough to submit to interviews, and that all
the other defendants were present . A motion
for severance and cout in nance in the case of
S. W. Dorsey was overruled by the court and
Judge Wylie directed that a Jury be called.
Judge Wylie gave his opinion that all the
defendants wore entitled to but four chal
lenges and the Goveramont to three.
and the court directe«! that another
Heavy OamsuM Against the "Harald. '•
New Rokk, Dec. 11.—'The Jury in the case
of James F. Molloj of Edgcfhdd, South
Carolin«, against James Gordon Bennett,
charging him with libel in falsely accusing
the plaintiff of firing Ids prcmlis s in Edge
field, which rcsult«*din the destruction of a
greater part of the town, this morning
rendered a verdict for 820,000 damages for
the plaintiff. The defendant gave notice of
a motion for a new trial.
Terrible Rl«»t In a Southern Town.
Ophelia Ala, Dec. 11 —Two factions of
the oli and the new City Councils raised a
riot yesterday In which the mayor and »he
police were involve«!. Shot guns, pistols
und rifles were used anil «general affray took
Nine whit« me:: und one negro were
shot down, and of ..seven will die. The
Mayor has gone to Mnntnomery to apply
for troop«.
place.
Tlic Northwest er 11 Railroads.
New York, Dec. II.—The conference of
tho managers of the Northwestern railroad»
resumed Its session at the Windsor Hotel
this morning. After a short meeting It ad
journed until 3 HO o'clock, when the sub
committee i» expected to rejnirt no progress,
and a»k for more time with a view of
eoiupllhhing a satisfactory report.
HRIEP TM.EGBAMH.
to
Columbus, Oa., D«*c. ll.—Phcmy Grant
yesterday threw her Infant child into a lire
ami It w
I t O« r t ' • i
death.
Atlanta, G a.,D ec. 11.—Surrey Williams,
near Shady Dale, Ja»p«*r county, whipped
his 10 year old daughter till »he dropped
down aud died In
hour.
nottiing In dangerous
nothing In dungerou«
ti
' ' WIre
i*H lint the best und lurwt anpruved re
Tint» Kidney. Wort I» employed nulver
rally in casa» «if dlMared liver, kidney and
ftoweta. It will cost you nut a trille to try it,
nud the rc»ult will l»o moM d« lighlful.
•>n
di
■ i.
TDK Dit'X .H X lift ETH.
liOsal GuotoUon» Corrected Dally In the
Street M ir»Dt.
FLOUR XT«».
Oomtmrrxn Daily by Thu William Lka h.
Moms Cokfamy, Hrandvwink Mills—
FLaUH PAR hak'l. wholesale. retail,
Wm. Lea U Son'» *110111' Roller Patent
" " ?6 90
Ollflon F.F.F Extra do 6 75
Poutaxat F. do. Family do
Kirkwood Roller Ground
Occidental
Hoparfi
♦7 40
7 26
« 6
U 75

0 60
do
5 75
d«>
1 -j
FEED.
lißst inidtlllng»,
Bist ship stuft,
Outlin»,
Corn shorts,
Bran,
per ton.
f.i
1
1:
17
19
r hundred.
12 054X2 b<
2 100*216
l 984*2 03
I*«
Corn incHl. ftno yellow, 31.5«
t'orn meal, white,
Corn meal, coarse,
ORAIK.
per bushel.
Prtrrw* tong
A ■
IIAY, FKÜH.
berry wheat.
1 lu
5:
oouumrrKi)
SO. 417 VHUNrl
UIU
btrkkt:
per bu
per
Hay .
Stn
t lat« .
Bran, double buöliel .
racked corn . .
Middling!«.d -ublu bui-bcl
Mil,.
1.
k 1.10
. !
, 4
l.f
( '
Shaded «oru _
bitter. Eon-, v
daily by mi aic.-i
Print butler, per fl.
Print " " "
. 75
JLTIIY,
.- IXIRRBCTUD
ID HT HEBT MARKET.
whol«:»ftie.$ .35 ft $ .40
retail.40
v hoi» »ale
retail_
r «lesen -
.
|
lab
28 Cl}
Tub
Kggs, wholCHBle,
Eggs, retail, j.
(thickens, »live whole
I Ghlekcn
Uhleken
Chlckon». <t
! C'hcefta, wholesale, perimund
i lïlioe -
. Turkey
■ta
R!
f4 CD
. I
sen...
' fl
le
. 11 M
wholesale.. .12 C9
etall....
I. re tu 11.
.12
h

. .12 eit
.13
.14
.1S
.14
: :
.8 (TV
.14 w
.M Kti
ta
. ». wimlc.ffale,dressed
I Turkey», retail, dre
! BEKF COKKKCTKD DAILY
«BOOED ftTKBKT MARKKT.
. .2b ft
.18
i«i....
.18
•I AM CL A VU Y.
Sirloin steaks per p«
Rump steaks per pound
Hound steak» per pound
Rib roast per pound.
Chuck roa«t per pound..
Stewing piece»
Dolling lilts pe
Shins,.
Kidney fat.per
I.aiuh choi*». I
Iaunh roasts, p
Mutton chop», p
Mutton
Veal cutlets, |
Veal roasts, j.
roiiK
.25
i
.18 Q .18
.20 :
.14 dfi
.16
.15 k$ .12 y t
.« ((li .Id
•25 & .6)
•uund.
«I
, *

.
.20
i '
pound..
pound
.16 6
.16 f
.12 k
.90
art», per no
.d
.13
pound.
l»ound..
.90
.26
• .19 ki
ORRKCTRO DAILY BY ft. O. DILL,
STALL 9, ëUCONDKTRKKT MARKKT.
.18
wholesale retail
«iked hum«
Hboudcrs —
Drie.l beef...
bait flitch....
Iyilus and ;«u
Fresh shoulde
Pork steak
• m
17
the
-
is
28
15
13
13
^ige.
d saunage
' i
12*'
13
15
Uu
18
Flitch.
Fresh hams and flitch
Hinoked I
Scrappcl.
Pigs met.
Hoi
15
13
16
16
is
(1
».OO0
25,000
31,(*0
40,000
60.000
20
viy t
L*
pudding
Lard.
12
. 13
POWELL, THIRD
15
FIbH, COUUKCTKn
If. Y
STHKKT MARKET.
Pike.
Luke shad.
Hiscoes.
Pollock.
Hock fish, per pound_
Wblie Porch, per p«.und
Trout, i-er pound.
Halibut, per pound.
Cattish, per pound.
Mock «Fed, per piece _
Hinek fish.
HL«e l>n ( >8.
; Terrapin y
Haddock..
Market cod.
. .15
.15
.10
1 '
1
20.06
0 d
7,0.
.16
.12 ^
.15
.10
20
m0
be
.1.
.12
. 12 *
. .12^
.$6.(0 Q
Uuxen.
0.00
C.
wll
VKQKTA DL Kft,
Potato;. 1 « ]tn.- hnlfj.eck.ir,
Sweet potatoes, per half peck.
Tomatoes, per half peck.
OabhHge, per head.
Turnips, per hair peek...
Oolery, per Imnch.
.5
I '
.6
New York Market«.
Y« UK, Deo. 11.—Flour quiet
State. $;.3.'a$3.60; nuperfi
perior Western. $3.26a$3.76.
wheat No. 2 Chicago, $1.07al.08 ; No : 2
red winter: $l.l(iUal.i6.
, quiet : No. 2 744,a76.
Dais, quiet; No. 2, January, 40%u40&^.
Kyo. quiet; Slate, 70. *
Hurley, firm No. 1 Canada, 06*^.
Pork, dull ; $19.00
Lard nominal; $11 60.
Huttor, firm: creamery fttney, 38a39 ; Wsst
•n creamery, 22a23.
Sugar, dull; ceutrifugal. 7l^aM.
Eggs, finit; Western, 2 * 11219 . 4 .
Nk
, . : No. 2
do., $3.26tt$3.76;
(
moTHvm.
ALMOST UPON US.
"
The holidays always leave
us with the dull season on our
hands, and we must do our
liest to reduce our stock while
we have customers. Some one
once said that " Nothing is
cheap at hall-price if you don't
want it, " but if you do want it,
how then 1 So it is with cloth
ing ; we want to sell it ? and do
so. If you have any idea of
making n purchase bear in
mind that we don't take cost
into consideration just now,
but have made such reductions
in every department as will
convince you that we are in
Our entire stock is
still in splendid condition. The
breaks and sizes have been
tilled up, and wc can still
please you a little better than
ever, especially in price.
earnest.
a
of
J. T. MULLIN & SON,
CLOTHIERS
—AND—
of
a
MERCHANT TAI1/)RS,
Sixth and Market.
o«l2l-tU-tf-S4
BEST FITTING
GARMENTS.
of
ad
It is conceded that the best
fitting Clothing is sold by the
Wilmington Clothing House,
Fourth and Market streets,
and this fall we have tried to
perfect every garment, and to
day we assert that our garments
have no superior as to tit, while
our former patrons can attest
to the quality. Just step in and
try one of our suits or an
overcoat, and you will then
know they are better fitting
than most of the custom work
that is made at a very low
price. We make this statement,
although we make to order suits
as low as Eighteen Dollars, but
more of our custom work is
from Thirty to Fifty Dollars a
suit ; because we are having the
finest work in our city, and out
customers arc the best dressed
people 011 the street. Just stop
long enough to look at our
suits and overcoats, and we have
no doubt you will say as others
have : "It is a pleasure to know
we can find such fine goods at
such low prices in our city."
Look at our TEN DOLLAR
SUITS and our FIFTEEN
DOLLAR OVERCOAT; these
are special bargains.
Oak
C
Jno. W. Diefendokf & Co.
Fourth and Market Sts.
/MA VINO,
|>UOF. A. 8. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
Dancing Academy,
MASONIC TEMPLE,
4Fourth Floor,)
Wilmington, Del.
Y.
UP ' Now open for the reception of purtUs
for the Second Quarter.
GENTLEMKN'rt CLAHS—Monitay and Thur»
rtay evening», from 8 to U) o'clock.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'» CLASH—Tlmri'
4 » p^m" 6 t<J * P ' *"*' S * ll,p,|,iy * from *•** 4 *
12*'
The latest dances to be taught during ncruun
quarter are La Rugae wàllx, Hl|.pie waltz, College
Lancers and Universal Quadrille.
CHOICE OF DAY8.
Kchoolfl, seiirluarles
, ... private, rlasses in the
h1i«»mI«I «•«»liter with
praetleuble for choice of days.
city or out of
soon
For terms, circular, etc* apply
H. F. R(»HELEN'»,
N«. 710 Market street,
by mall to
„ , _ A. ». WEBSTER.
Masonic Temple, Wilmington, lSel^
augti-tf-60
\ EW
Dancing Academy .
AoßoSv*. F ' FBA1M ' B »«.«««ly Bclect Dmi<iln(t
LECTURE ROOM.
MASONIC TEMPLE, (tcconj floor.)
At the solicitation of numerous friends I alu.ll
open a Select Dancing Academy In the Lecture !
Room of the Masonic Temple.
: 2
Wsst
2
t GENTLEMEN S CLASS.-Monday and Tbors
ay «•venlngH, IVom 8to 10 o'clock, conuiicnciiig
.fondity eveulnv, December 11th. *
* LADIES' and CHILDREN'» CLA8».-W«*tl
îi « v ' { r .'' 111 •'> to rt o'clock, and »-.tur
fil£t lt <iUflrk'r. TK; ' T DANCES taught during Jho
School, or prlrntrcluae. In the clly
II ulioulo COliLUlt . - '
choice of dayc.
For terms
ol
possible .tor
«1 circular» addrens
E. F. FRA 131,
:«0 French street.
dee9-6tA*2t40
WAU AM AK KH * HXOWTf,
BUI
day
tbu
Mali
" Wc Are Seven.
»
This is the seventh business
day since we promised a daily
bargain in Men's and Boys'
Clothing. We mark the day
with a reduction on Men's IjCo
minster Silk-Mixed Heather
Suits from $22.00 to $17.50,
This covers 08 of the best anil
most Stylish Suits in our stock.
New York dealers are retailin e
the same goods at $22.00.
The condition of the Bargain
Lines is as follows :
No. 1.—654 Men's Winter
Overcoats at $10.00. The
original lot has been nearly
sold out, but having added a
large number we make a good
show still.
No. 2.—279 Men's Heavy
Suits at $12. A fair Variety
remains.
No. 3.—213 Small Boys'
Overcoats at $4.00 and $5.00.
Complete in sizes.
No. 4.—115 Large Boys
Overcoats at $8.50. Badly
broken up.
5.—131 Men's Fur
Beaver and Cheviot Overcoats
at $16.50. Good for about one
more day.
No. 6.—316 Small Boys'
Suits at $5.50. Assortment is
still full.
Reductions average over one
third.
ns
Wanamakkr & Brown.
to
Oak Hall, blxthand Market St nota,
PHILADELPHIA.
C GREATEST BARGAINS
I EVER OFFERED IN T1I12 CITY.
PIANOS 1
is
HER Til k LIST OF
) CELEBRATED
M A K Kit».
WM. KNABE A (X).,
.STLI.NWAY * BONS,
F. BACON.
BEI! ING.
II ARRINGTON.
VOBK à BON.
EMKRHON,
Il A LE
NEW
PIANOS
From
fl,600.
—ORGANS By The— •
HMITII AMERICAN DO..
TAYLOR A FARLEY CO.,
RRI OGKPoRT CO., AC
B««'on>l hand l*lanos by Blelnway. Halo, Meyer
an*l other» for $4TL 8«, $175 au i fXr,.
id hand Organ» by Geo. Wood, Eat« y
Sl Ilamlln, for #l.\ $20, $40. |K».
New Organ»
r«*«
M0
Up
8«*o
Ms
H. F. ItOBELEN,
710 MARKET STREET.
n ax li-t4an 1-tts-d A *-S4
A
ECKWEAK.
New York novelties In spring and summer
Neckwear lor men. I'BlCKH always
Correct.
SHIRTS !
One Dollar Shirt lias a reputation lor
celleuce une«jua1i«d In UitarltY.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
A full line ul everything belonging to
•pecluA.
the
WM. B. COLE.
202 MARKET STREET
$60,000 for $2.
ST GRAND EXTRAORDINARY
51
HOLIDAY DRAWING of THF.
»J
*
I
iji»
HM»
I
M
lu tho City of LOUISVILLE,
Saturday, December 30th *82.
IPmSE
On ike la^t «lay of me h niontli
K-cpted), $50,090 raiiltnl prise for th
adjii.llcatlon hy Fade
'V placed thta e«i
of the l iw.

ly.
Re we
„•yomi
Statu Courls Hav
the rantrove
belong» the sole h«>
tin pan y
Ta thta C
patty
•r <•! having Inaugurate«! the
ly plan by uhh li their drawing»
'1 fair beyond question.
N .'ll. - The Company has
: proven
hwiiest
haml a larire
fund. Head earcl'ully the Itat
capital
ol prizes K r the
DECEMBER DRAWING.
1 Prise.
1 Frlze.
I Prise.
10 Prizes, 1,
II ,
in, un
10, «Kl
**) **
mo "
«) "
•A) "
10 *•
.
10 I
IVJUi
12, (MM)
|M,oon
2,700
l.Hlii
200
1,000
** Approximation
9
200 '
100 "
I
u
*
1,960 P rixes..
.$13i, ■kY
WHOLE TICK ET», $2. H A LF TICK KTH, $1.
27 Tickets, $60; 8S Tickets, $100.
Itérait Moncv or Hank Draft In Letter, or send
bjr Ki»re«i. (lon't send by lO ginter. «l Letlur or
POkst Ofllea Order. Order» of $6 and upward by
Express, can be sent at our expense. Address all
onffr-rs to R. M. KOAItDUAN, Courier-Journal
6.2 f «te-lv-ss
Uak'dlng, Lautavlllu, Ky.
Q.F.ORGE STECK & CO.'S
PATENT TOME-flUSTAINEK
UPRIGHT PIANOS!
Just received, a fine assortment of these celc
<1 unrivaled Plunos. We take pleasure
b rated
In Stowing our Buperb block to all Interested.
ALBERT KRELL,
SOLE AGENT,
S. W. Cor. 4th & Elm Sts.,
!
CINCINNATI, O.
POS1TI VfcG URE
WITHOUT medicine;»
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIE»
Patented, October Kith, 187«.
*
—One box of—
.'Vo. 1 will
*0. 1 will c
«n tetter of how long alnndlng.
No nauacouH «Iowa of cunetia, copnlba
•fevKlalwood, that are certain to prmluce dys
IMKHd* l»y «tcstmylng theeoatlugHof the stomach.
nUrc, $1.60. nobl l»y all druggista or ma»'od
rceekji of price. For further particular!» w
fordvxular P. O. Box, 1,588.
J. C. ALLAN CO.,
58 John Street. New York
» In four days
m.Mil obstinate case,
ire 'the
:
ol
lanH
IN CONG III
b*TO-DA*.
Die I!omm«Tlie
•he Semite
11—I
petition- -,
Day | n
liai
Washington, I),,
a mi in la
urnlu« tliu j>
prufdo
•oldie is ai
tobaren tax Ini,».
Mr. Hotline iiilr kIuci <i . i., . .
Mali Ibo Court I.l AI ,, ,
Wyck offered a n . .. nis ' 'an.
Secretary of War t„' i.ï,!,.,, , '"K the
wheUKT ai,» «nriK»,!' u™ l:; •>!»
rallrtied through u,„ ' , V ltru 'd"i!a
Hnervatlou, «ml xvlu th.-r ' îhi'
Agm-atö,
UÀtu'.t
.
11 -'* e betitlet,.
V :*7 Î !' rt "billed.
bill,
"" ri'UhiD
ul
kit
" u on u, t
auMiorlti«* have u-m
T he bank
this
ptcy hill i
miing I usiner
Ingalls Milllw prirtuu,,
dMliUl.ul Wbullin' bank, Ui, 1
should be enacted or nut 1
flou was voted upon, |„. Ù
thing to tbe debate. || u„. ,
dcUuliel, postp,,,,,. »errloT
speak upon the tiv„ proposition,.
Mr. Garland reported Iroin the Civil for
vice Committee, with pmendments 5*
ho Introduced on datum,,)., yrulîIu'ihfgJÏÏ
vrai oAcials and employ« irom nukhia «
Ix-lug rouceimd in pomp..»! u„,
It »at placed on tl„. calcmlsr and Mr
Un» by gave notice tl mt |„, wuu ,, ™
this bill as an amendment to fjenater p
dicton'» Civil Service Kclbrm Wff "
Mr. Uroau'a motion tu indctti.lLtlj rxa
pone was rejected by t.,fci. ' *"*
After the prepared speech by Mr. Laobai
support ol the substitute, Mr Æ
•poke ut some length in fuvui
mime bill.
u Pi
M.
( , y s < i.ulor had
v •'■«IeIsUob
I »«til that
que*.
'Uhl uoi add
UliV
to in.
would
in
of tLic ton
IN THE HOUSE.
Wash,noton, Ui. U.—TUI, I. bill A,
fu the House, hut Hu, tar • nly » i,* i,
poilnlit hills irive heeli prebelilel. tu,,,,
these Is one hy Mr. W.ite ,,i
prohlhllluK the further coliu-e of >||,
dollars until the sum In :<l |, V tin;
is reduced to S'styjUU.ioo
Tile lie
»
Kilucalino a
iu; tic«
i.abor Imn agreed upon a 141) unnrohrisii
*10,000,000 annually tubedi.-inbuuuamu
the «tute» and Territories, u<vonlm-' to t
ratio of illiteracy, for ciiu« alioual purpo»«
I AT Eft FOKI.IGN M.US.
Mercy to CumlvtoU M
Lgyptluu G«ie»tioii-. \\ Im
Menu ?
Dihlin, Dee. 11.—The
that Mr. l'arenll lias resolved to sell all
landed property in In luitU i» the mime
great mystery to the lri»li pn>».
Dublin, Dee. 11.—Fiv- of the Maai
trastiu murdir r- a!. - w » r«* wntmcnl
death, have had their Miitcnci*» com mol
D iK'iial servitude for life.
London, Dec. 11.—There hat. L.J
continuous fog here (or the post48 hourj
Pahih Dec. 11.—The u« w
liqwt J''raucai*c continuer tt
land. In un rditoriiil t
Egypt is too big a inor»« I u r F.DtUn
»wallow and that l.iiglaiel will lij.tl it
in the course of time.
riterern — T1
!>«»*•* l* 8
announce
lav it (in-lures
lVAbllliSGTO.S NOT! *.
TI»«i MIsm1rnI|ii> 1 Hiver
Wrangle In tlie IIoum
Washington, Dec. ll —
and Wright ol the War 1 >. p:
glneer Hutton of the U
Balt'.more, and others *
apceial Congressional c«>mfu
speclion of the Mi»fci.--i|-iii Imp"«
Weil need ay. The M^'i-»ippi
inis»ioii \% ill scx'ii lie call'd t > tc.-tjfy Ij«
the committee who»«* report will be uiai|
the House early it; Januar?.
A wrangle over tin | o ot^-ion nt the )
is unt id paled in the Fiou»« 1
Kassen Civil Sei vice bill a
»ionul Library bill have both b«
special order.
G. W. Thompson and otliern of the i
field Board of Audit, met to-day and d(
rard certiliiuiion. Individual
crclury Fnlgel
I WedlK-atlsV.
k'Tulf IT
t .1 Slates Am
• ."•lorel
I'-r ilJ
venu i.u
Hiver G
o- morrow.
id the Uonj
Disdf
the
rants will be issued by
payment« will »je tinnle
Filths TO-DAY.
A Parochial Ilenhlen«« l»e**troyed-U
•rnburg.
II.11.—The
ted with Mt.
story bu.I«|
Twm hör«
I.0
Worcester, Mvs
chiui reside nce, coin
Church and
were burned this morning
huiloculed
w of t
Tiie tot
two cow»
•re
will rcaeli $2,000.
PETERSDt'U.J, Im> , Dec. 11-A
fire here lust night de-t
bouses; los», $»V»,00 ).
The following hm
burne 1 out : F W. II
Ioes, $1,200 ; II. M.
bln»« », loss, $2,500 ; Tlnimas i. m'U
nishing good», low, $*,500.
Huntsville, Ala., I» v. i 1 .-—Tiiv
collegeOU the suburbs ol th«- «».J wj
stroyed by fire last night. Due ol«l W
was burned to death.
i-u
V« 1 eigli
houses
•, AC0..H
, bu !
;r.7»'..iW jk" 1 "
Huek to Lite
Sandusky, Ou 10, !)>«• U ,
pparently did yi-tivruui
called iu, hut
O'Hugan n
undertaker
laid out, O'Hagan 1* c
now hourly expected. ^_
A IliooUies-* Duel.
Pehth, Dec. 11.—A Ju< 11ms t»-«trn
bftwrin llicronomy, -1"'
turv of St.at>', iitnl Hohoi.wy.
Neitlicr were Injured.
while
iii? j
«-Millions of puck'ig' •
hi without
liavo bccu
Everywhere tlnsy
"R0F. MANSION'S Hi
-if «Jih the
ra a
MAN
j»l IN«
it
SHOULD
:i»u
fi»
; j
READ
HAUMON BtUKUl * 0., I!
Ul the
Will tM.'
frr
KultoitSb»^]
PURE Epi?
( \\\m
rri/œsi i RÂ r v A vr.-Â.
DEM « A DOON «»'• 4 -
Supcrl«*T b» tlay . ,
«nly kalt tj" **|mi i il*.
. Joli N C. I U 11
■ittia Tea Syndicale, !•«
I]
. Th
tit
\V.
the < 'ale
1
every m
k Should Unuer*w»dM»^^
i5."d , by.'* n i' ru ^ t 'Ȁ e (
lu
or tn.» «"•'LV'Vûcb.i.pW;
•i ^.-cniaturaDoca
cr°" , "'| I p ' h S'"" r ''ïi>« «
U
Bta
. .
EVWHCftb IN ST! T LJ ., » Ul V VtL ' S j Sii I. E
; ■
101KEK ! COFl'EE '■
ioobausofeleoaM
I.AOrAYBA,WO,
MABACAIEOASOJAV.
, c S9.b"" c,0 S
Jurt r ' i r ; l ' c J? , n , l tu buy cl»»!» * ot
for tlie W lob r * ttn r- 5 ^
CTllVWX -
STOKE—
No. 5, E. SeconJ St A Vl1 ;
PÉÏKCÉ «fc
. and Stock Hr«
A NO »Hiri.»
J
—TEA
Real Estate
s. K. colt, bkvbnth
ll
&U9*
»el
pttlllC«
J. JACKHON

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