IMPRINTED FROM YESTERDAY
VORTY-TWO AN1HAU IVM(D.
Further Account« of the DCnracUoa of K.
tton of Live..Stock.
[Speelot corraspoadcnce of the Gazette.]
Minnurrowji, Dec. 18.—By the deatrac
■ tton of ttic barn of Robert A. Cochran, Jr.,
»1 In Appoqulnltnlnk hundred, already U*le
f graphe I to the Gazette, twelve valuable
borne?, fourteen fine short-horn cows anil
j sixteen fattened hogs were burned to death.
lj The affair vraa a very shocking one. The
stable, it Is supposed, caught fire about 1
o'clock this morning, and It la supposed
I that it was fired by hr Incendiary's torch.
The building being partly of wood burned
J rapidly and a large quantity of hay blazed
[ like tinder.
I The fire first
hired man who slept !n an adjoining stable,
and who was aroused by the roaring of the
fiâmes and the agonized moans and shrieks
of the burning horses and cattle, which
were securely fastened In their stdls. The
had scarcely time to save himself and
valuable carriage hones.
i* io Uio attention of a
sufferings of the burning beute, u attested
by their crie» were fearful. There wee no
way to get water and the barn wai soon a
muss of ruins. The estimated loos on thi
lira stock ta 88,000, and that on Ur» real
estate 81,000, on the whole of Which there
le $000 Insurance.
Mr. Cochrsn lathe eon of R. T. Cochran
and a nephew of the ex-Govcrnor.
AN ATLANTIC BOTEL BURNED.
Atlantic Citt, N. J., Dec. IS.—The
Atlantic Hotel at this place was almost
totally destroyed by fire this morning. Loss
not definitely known, but heavy.
A Former Wilmlngtonlan's Suit.
New York, Dae. 18.—The suit of the
people of the State of New Y"rk, upon the
relation of William II. Camercn and Joy
Gould, against the Mutual Union Telegraph
Company, which the Attorney General re
cently granted leave to the relators to bring
action to vacate or annul the charge of the
defendant company, came up to-day
motion to vacate the order, made by Judge
Truax, giving the plalutiffs leave to bring
action iu the Supreme Court. Argument is
now in progress. [Mr. Cameron, mentioned
in this case is a former Wilmlngtonlan.—E d.
A Dyed-in-the-Wool Hooialist.
New York, Dec. 18.— Herr Maat, a Gor
man agitator, who recently served out his
twelfth term of imprisonment for offending
European Governments by revolutionary
utterances in print, and lastly for
applauding the assassination of the Czar,
in Ins paper the Frcheit , arrived here on the
steamer Wisconsin this morning, was re
ceived by representatives of the local Revo
lutionary Clubs and the International
Working Meu's Associations. This evening
lie will address a mass meeting at Cooper
Institute on tbe condition of Europe and
the impending social revolution.
Wants 4o Get Her Child.
A "colored" woman, as white as any
Caucasian, applied at tho police statiou this
afternoon for assistance to secure her child,
which she claims was spirited away during
her sickness. Her husband, who is about
the color of a
since, and his brother, who had temporary
charge of the little one, no: quite two years
old, took it to its grandfather in Maryland.
The woman was informed that the police
could not help her.
»addle, left her eometinic
New Manager ot the United States.
.John M. .Simpers, for many years the very
efficient night clerk at the Clayton House,
has accepted the position * of genera)
manager of the United States Hotel, corner
of Water and French streets, and will
assume control of the place on March 25
next under the Mitses Plunkett, who own
the building. Simpers will make 'the hotel
a success under the new management.
Two Men and an Klephant Killed.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. IS.—A collision
occurred on the P. C. A, St. Louis railroad
at Kings Station. 80 mile« out, this morn
ing. The engineer and a postal
clerk were killed anti many seriously hurt.
The elephant of the " Eighty Days Around
the World " Company was killed. A train
with surgeon« and help ha« gone out.
Ill« Wife Wanted Him To.
Pittsburg, Dee. 18.—The body of Henry
Meyner, the traveller who died here so sud
denly on Saturday, was taken to Flushing
L. I., this morning, in charge of Deputy
Coroner Reilly. In response to & request of
hi« wife. Meyner had been round the world
and was on hi« way home, when attacked
in the sleeping car.
Unpreci(lmit«il Iri«l» Deetitiilion.
Dublin, Dec. 18.—The destitution among
the people ot Carvlck, County Donegal, I»
said to exceed anything heretofore known, i
Oat meal forms the principal article of sub- (
«latence. Almost 2;800 people are threat- i
ened with starvation unie«« Immediate «uc
is extended to them.
Injured by Fulls.
An old woman fell down stairs at the
Asbury M. E. Church last evening and was
badly hurt. Jesse Pyle, 70 year» of age,
living at 384 King street, fell down the cel
lar «tali« at bi« home last night, and
fractured hi« collar bone.
A Runaway Thi« Morning.
Early this morning a horse attached to a
milk wagon ran
aud dashed over the Market street bridge,
greatly endangering the safety of p&ssers-by.
The animal was «topped before any damage
y in the Ninth ward
Notice to Dog Owners.
High Constable Hawkins gives notice to
owners of dugs »hat if their animal« arc not
registered by the 20th of Jannary the ordi
nance respecting the «ame will be duly
An Kill iro Crow Lost.
London, Dec. 18.—A heavy gale w;
Parted off the east coast of Scotland. One
vestel is said to have louudered with her on. i
W. Frank Tatnall will leave for N
city to-morrow morning; on a pleasure trip. I
ChristUeld A Heat.
Cha». II. Vary, Phlla. Messenger, 603 Market.
Su Uerley fetJo., Photographers. 802 Market st
Til r. HAILKUAIW
A Local Time Table With the Lataat
TRAINS LEAVE W1LMINOTON FOB ,
la.— 2.00*- 2.23* - 8.80—8,66 7.00|-7.t0
m:-12.00f m —12.15—12.38—1.63—2.30J—4.00—
Mew York — 2.i) 0*—2.28*—fl.:io—7.60—9.50—i
11.W a. m— 12.38—1.63—6.17*—fl.38*—7.20 p.m. j
Haltimork—1.05*—1.42*—4.61*— 8.06* — 9.17 !
10.UO a. III.—12.26—1.00—l.Oll—6.00—0.00—fl.57— !
ll.oi* p. m.
Washington— 1.42*—4.61*—8.05—9.17 a. m: !
—I uo—1.09—0.67—11.04* p. m.
Haltimork and intkrmbdiatb stations— !
1.05»— 0.17 10.00 a. m;—1.00—fl.00 p. m.
* Trains running both daily and Sunday,
tTrains running only on Sundsy. |
I Connect at (Fray's Ferry for old depot, !
Broad and Washington avenue.
Dxlawarb Kailroad— fl.00*—9.10 a. m;—1.06
—3.00*—fl.26f p.*ln. No Sunday trains.
* For New Castle only
i For Harrington and intermediate stations.
Wilmington A Ngrthbrn railroajd— 7.47 a. '
m;—l .of»—6.00—6.30 p. m. On »Sunday for ;
Heading aud St. Peter—9.10 a. m.
Delaware Wkbtkkn Kailroad— 7.06—10.30
s. m;—6.30 p. m. »unday trains 10.30a. m—fl.00 1
TKAINS ARRIVE AT VV1 a.a11N<JTON FKOM
8.02*—9.12—9.06—lO.lUf—11.86—12.88 a. m;—12.60
— 1.07 —2.30f —2.60— 4.36— 4.6&— 6.40—6.63—0.2U
—'1.44—7.36f— 7.6h— ».6U—10.38—10.68 p. in.
•New VOKK—1.32*—4.47*—8.02f—0.12 a. m;—
12.60-I.O7 — 4.66—6.48*—10.68 t>. m.
Haltimork- 1.61*—2.13*—9.34—V.64—11.48 a.
Hi:- I2.8Ü-1.6-J— 5.11*—0.30*—7.24—9.49* p. m.
—1.60—6.11.—(,.«• p. K.
•ÎBoth dally amyaunuay.
—4.O.*— 8.0» p. m. No Sunday traîna.
• rrom New Oa.ll» only.
Wiuhkotom A Nomna, naaaoAB-e.M—
».»0— It.»» A m;— 8A0 p. m. On Sunday from
Reading and Ht Peter at T10 a. tn.
liana wane Wntman fcauetoan-9.»0a. m;—
At* p. ». Sunday train» ».18 a. m.!—».to p. in
TRAINS LEAVE TOR WIEM1 NOTuN
Pnn.aoai.ruia New BnoaD Strebt UnroT—
-U.W— ll.M a. m;—111.163—1.334— 1.IW-3.10—
aoa— ».a»— 6.04— t.ao_ t.»»_ e.o»t—e.M —s.ao*
-e.»e—lo.oo-u.n» n. m.
Baoan a no WasmnoTon a Tance— 8.»— ago
-10.1» e. 1.80—8.10—6.30-0.16 p. m.
Nnw OaBTLn-8.3»—10.00— U.«« a t.40—
• belly and Sunday.*
t On Soixiay only
IfTh® block figures denote the Limited
Their Arrival mad Departure, Takln«
Kifecit July let, 1888.
Th» Poet OOton In thl» olty will be open dally,
except Sunday, from ».30 a. in. to » ». m.
Pr1v»to boxe» arc accessible until n |>. m. tin
Sunday» opon from 8.30 to »30 a. to. Private
hoxea accessible from e to » p. m. The whole
tale stomp window will oloeo at 8.M p. in. The
money unter eOae will eloie et » 0« p. » .
■aita cLoea aa xiuotn :
Wilmington k Northern Railroad to
Pa., and points
of Chadirs For«
Northern Railroad to Reading
on the Baltimore Central south
-Ford, 7.40 a. m.
Philadelphiaelosed pouch, 8.80 a. m.
Philadelphiaeloseii pouch, 8.80 a. tn.
Philadelphia and way mall, t*.oo a. m.
New York, Pennsylvania and points aast and
west, ». a. m.
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenberg,
10.00 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey, 11.80 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west, f.80 p. tn.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west, 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York cities, dosed
pouches, ».38 p. m.
Pennsylvania west ot Lancaster, and all
points west aud southwest ».35 p. in.
All points north, east, west and southwest,
11.00 p. tn.
All Louisiana Is sent went except New Orleans
which Is sent south on through malls.
altimors snd way mail, 7.4b a. in.
Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. ui.
All points on the Peninsula. 8.30 a. tn.
Supplementary mall for tho Peninsula, 9.U0
Baltimore, Washington and all points south,
12.80 p. ro.
Newport, SUnton, Newark, Litton and
Havre de Grace, 12.30 it. u.
Points on Baltimore «Antral, between Port de
Posit. Northeast and Chadd's Ford.l- 30 p. in.
Baltimore and Bay Line «toameni, 4.40 n. tn.
Peninsula north of Harrington, including
Delaware City and St. Georges, 3.50 p.m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.50 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and ail points south
11.00 p. m.
MAILS ATtRIVl AND READY FOR DBLIVBRT.
From Wilmington & Northern Railroad,
8.30 p. in.
From New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and all other points. O.So p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and west. 8.30 a. m.
From way mail from Philadelphia. 8.30 a. m.
Krom Peninsula and all north of Harrington
».16 a. in.
From Baltimore and way mail, 9.60 a. u.
From Baltimore, 12.30 p. in.
From Peninsula mall, f2.SU p. nu.
From Philadelphia, New York and point«
north and east. 1.30 p. in.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
•outh, 2.2» i>. m.
From Defaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east, 6.40 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south and southwest, 6.40 p. iu.
Carriers deliveries as follows : 8.30 a. m., gen
eral; 10.00 a. in., partial; 1.30 p. in., general: 4.00
p. ui., partial.
Collections from stroet boxes are made by the
carriers at 8.30 aud lu.uua. m.,1.30 aud 4.00 p. m.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
L m. irom all boxes between Jefferson auJ
mhard and Water and Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. On Sunday a full collection will be
made at 6.00 p. in. Local letter» lor carriers'
delivery should bo deposited iu tho Post Ollier
ten minutes before the hour ef delivery.
W. Y. SWIGGKTT. postmaster.
Il A DD0CK.— Suddenly, iu Wilmington. I»ec.
17, of iiialivnant tvphoid, .fame», hoi» of Robert
and Kaie V. Haddock, aged 3 y ar».
" *ra! private.
MEKSK'K. — On Sunday,
Church. Itrl at i
the l'lli iust., st j»
I.» * hrl»tlàn McMb'k. a>f**i KV year».
1 win take place «rom ht late resi
2 East Mlxin street, on Thwr»dity
o'clock. High Ma»» ni HI. War» *»
Vi** «ud iricuiia of the family à
61G KING STREET.
Gannected with Telephone Ex chan*«.
Call - -
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON,
lx i> ROHIXSON / >/ \
i IV * R'^DlrloUii CY vA
BANKERS AND BROKERS;
Fourth and Market Streets,
2.800 Delaware City 4.S percent, bonds.
Buy and sell stocks
Letters of credit available In all ni
and drafts on England, Ireland, F
and Hwitxerland Issued.
tor the world
r pHE ARTIZANS SA VINO BANK
NO. 602 MARKET STREET,
receive deposit»from« a.
. until 4 p.
y an«l Saturday
7 to « o'clocjt.
■re^not wiU dr' &nd < - >ctobtr * When
Clement B. Hmyth,
Charte« W. Hewland,
Nathauiel R. Hennon,
Henry K. Dure,
t.corge W. ru»h,
George B. Capelle,
M. L. Lichtenstein,
•lob li. Jackson,
Willi mi H. UwifL
A nth my lllgglns.
GEORGE W. HI EH, President,
t' on' ^APKLLF, Vice Pri aident,
K. T. TA Y LOR, Treasurer.
_J- M. MATHER, Auditor,
THIRST NATIONAL BANK
A OF WILMINGTON,
KBPaSITOUY OF TIIR PUBLIC MOHBY
I FINANCIAL AGENTS
THE UNITED STATES
Edward Betts, President,
GKO. I> Armstrong, Cashier.
PAID UP CAPITAL, ffiOO.OOO.
■ f î î » N /* w } ork anrt Noston Exchangt
; furnished to regular Depositors without charge.
,M »connt days, MONDAY» and THURSDAY«
Sem* nt B? »myth
George W. Bush. '
John 11. Adam«,
Jante« C. McComb,
; BUCKWHEAT MEAL!
Jnsl recel v««! a tine article of fre«i*
J. J. SMITH'S
FOfJRTH AND 8HTPLKY STS
WILMINGTON COLOR WORKS.
SEALING WAX FOR'FRUIT JARS
•OLUARLE BLUE FOR THE LAUNDRY
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. 6 and 8 E. Third St
A Hash Bargain.
151 Men's Suits. All dif
ferent, made fo order but not
delivered. Why 1 Jones ol
Bonanzer, Colorado, orders a
suit of clothes to come C. O.
D. Luck is against him when
it arrives and he cannot pay.
It comes back and is a waif or
an Ishmaelitc in our stock.
The wails accumulate (very
few out of the 70,000 annually
shipped) and only a Rharp bar
gain will bring us a dividend
on the cost. So here they are
waiting for the patient buyers
that will spend an hour and
save $10 or more,
you nothing about selling
prices, only the cost. Read
the list :
2« suits, average coatfi4.7.\ atÿio.oo
% :<7 Milt«, average <-«>■( IH.&0, at |2.0u
I* suit , average coat 17.07, at 14 Ou
517 suits average coat 1».M, at 15.00
»UultH, avsra.e coat 10.45, nt lfl.50
We have twelve splendid bar
gain lines now running. A
new bargain each day and
every day this month.
Wanamakeu & Brown.
oak Ham, sixth and Market m rot la
FOR THE PERMANENT CURE OF
H No other diaciuo is so prevalent In UUa ooun
r try aa CoxtaUpaUon, aud uo remedy
© equalled tho celebrated Kidney-Wort am a
cjmiro. Whatever the cause, however obstinate
, thi« remedy will overcome it.
D|| 1TQ THIS distnmdng com
■ ■ plaint la very apt to be
iplioated with coiuiti potion Kidney-W ort
V |ouvnjtacni tho weakened parta and quickly
n cures ail kinds ol Piles even when physicians
• and medicines have before failed,
fjj *3- ÜTI1 you have either of those trouble«
« Paiôâsi.l USE r OruKRista
^ POSITIV EC URE
Ai. LAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED HOUGIKB
«1, October l«th, UJ7».
lue box of—
No. 1 will cure auy «;»»♦* In four day« or loss.
No. 2 will cure the moat ohctluatt: case,
matter of how long »landing.
No nau»«'ous do»»*« of eunohs, copaiba
dalwiMid, that are certain to produce dya
pen»ta bv deotrovliig the coatings of the «toinach.
Price, |i.6U. Hold by all druggDts or ms»'od on
receipt of price. For further particular» it u*'
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REPRINTEO FROM VEETERPAY
TU JKAHMKTTK A DEATH TRAP.
, the Nani Ceo.tructor Haye She Waa
CnenMod for Ice Navigation.
Washington, Dec. 18.—At tbe eeeelon of
the Jeannett« Hoard of Inquiry to day no
tcetlmony waa taken. A deposition wae
read from Navel Constructor Much, who j
bad charge of the repaire of tbe Jeeunrtto,tu
which he save that It waa the opinion of the
Board which examined the Tceecl, before
hare departure, that «he waa
adapted for ice navigation. He (the
constructor), considered her seaworthy, but
not fit for arctic expeditions. He baaed Ida
opinion upon the ground that the Jeannette
waa an old veaaol of poor model, and
eonatrncted of materials of stiea and
general arrangements which were more
suitable for a ya lit than for an tee ship. He
did not believe that tbe vemel would have
been fit for A retie regions with any repair»
which might been put upon her.
A depoalllon waa also read from Sir Allen
Young, which »ays that he eonaidertd the
Teasel lit for the arctic ierrtee.
flapUai t*r«»cheni Charge lliu» With
Vtsws Tending to Infidelity.
N*w York, Deo. IS.—At the weekly
meeting or the Baptist Pastor», Rev. T. A.
K. Geesler of Brooklyn, reed a paper rela
tive u> the article published in the Sorth
American JReoieu-, by Heniv Ward Beecher,
healed, "Progrowi of Thought In the
Church." Mr. Gessler criticised, with
•everlty, the principal points iu tho article
and condemned Beecher's vlewo aa tending
Rev. J. ». Thomas, said he had read the
>er and aaw that Beecher transfers hlm
from aMoecs and Paul to Herbert
Spencer. Other speakers followed In the
same vein and Beecher's views were very
New IIavex, Cos»., Doc. 18.—Yesterday
the police oaptuml three counterfeiters,
Jsrnee Kelly of Boston, Joseph Dunn and
Patrick Doolan, who claimed to have come
from New York The coins passed were
dollars remarkably well executed and they
would hardly be di tectod, except that they
are lighter than the genuine. They are be
lieved to bo th« »am« parties who operated
hen; successfully several weeks ago.
Two Lad» l.ynclieil.
Dallas, Texas, Dec. IS.—Two brothers,
George W. and Jim Fraley, the latter a
mere boy, were arrested In Comanche
county, charged with etealing cotton, and
placed under a guard at Hazeldell. At
midnight an armed mob overj>owered the
guard, took the prisoners to a wood and
hanged them ob the same limb.
Rice Claims lie Acted Honestly.
New York, Dec. 18 —George J. Rice,
charged with embezzling the funds of the
Utica, Ithaca d: Kimim railroad, In an in
terview yesterday claimed that lie had never
used a dollar of the company's funds in an
illegitimate way, except for the company's
good and that the Iwxiks of the
will b** found absolutely correct.
Pittsburg, Dee. 18.—Josiah King, an old
resident snd senior proprietor of the Com -
nu rcial Goutte of this city, died this
PfTTBBUBO, Dec. 18 —Matt Haywood, a
colored gambler, shot and fatally wounded
another colored man at the Willow Grove
miuee, near tide city, lavt evening.
TftAfc UITV AUIUUCTN.
Loeal Quotation« Corrected Hally In tho
Oo»*«OT«i, IUIT.T »V 1-Ha William Uai a
È>«lt8 «.OMPANV, HllAXDTWIMa MILL»—
rLvrn pkr bar'l.
Wm. Lea A Son'«
•Best* Roller Patent
CJllflon F.F.F Extra
Poutaxat F. do. Family do
.Kirkwood Roller Ground
Best »bip stun,
Ûo » 26
do 4 00
n 0602 iu
2 1ÔÔ2 16
l 984$2 03
meal. line yellow, $3.60
Com meal, white,
j Corn meal, coarse,
I Prime long-btnj
I New dry corn,
( HAT, »BBD,
ETC.—-CORRECTBb DAILY «Y W. J.
MORROW, BO. 417 BRBNCH HTKKBT:
LOO h 1.10
Bran, double bushel. 4&
i 'orn »near.
; Sheiled corn .j
FOCLT8V ' KTC..— CORK BOTH l>
I * T MEH8ICK, THIRD HTIIKKT MARKET.
PHnt butter, j»or lb wholesale.» .36 « 40
; Priut .retail.40
i 4, u " " " wholesale. .28
£ ur> '', " retail.30
) Eggs, wholesale, per doten
, retail,i>er doien....
( Chlokcns, alive wholesale....
; Chickens, «tresse, rl wholesale
I Chickens, »live, retail.
j Chickens, dressed, retail..**!
Cheese, wiodesule, per pound
Cheese, rein 11, " •»
Turkey«, wholesale, dressed .* !
Turkeys, retail, dressed.
BKKB CORRKOTBD DAILY BY WILLIAM
M . , , . »BCOBD HTIIKKT MARKET.
»Sirloin steaks per pound.
Kurap steak» per pound .
Hound stenks per nound.
Rib roast per pound......
. .10 0
. .20 Q
. . 20 -
. .14 6i
. .8 $
«t per pound...
BolMng bits per pound...
Kidney fat,per pound ...
Lamb chops, per pound..
Lamb roasts,per pound..
Mutton chops, per pound
M utton roasts, per pound
Veal cutlets, per pound..
Vsal t oasts, per pound...
PORK ETC., CORBBOTBD DAILY BY 8. C. DIIL
J 8TALL 0, SECOND BTKKET MARKKT.
I Dried beef.
Loin« and ► a usage.
Pork steak and «ausage.
Fresh hum« aud filtoh..
9I8M, CORRECTKD DAILY BY POWELL
Hock tl«ù; per nound'. - .'.'.
White Perch, per nound
Trout, per pound.
HuUUut, per pound.
V?rr»pln per dooen
Potatoes, per half-peck .'
, Sweet potatoes, per half p'cok'*
i Turnips, per half pock
Uolory, per bunch.
r r pound
• 6.00 o fl.oo
New York Markets.
-, -, . Hoc. IS.—Hour dull : No. 'J Stats,
43-^W.W: sujiorflno, *3k6a8.76; extra r
and Western, 4t,00o4.60.
Wheat No. s, »1.07J4, necombor.
< orn. No. '2, 71 '2. December.
Oats, No. k. tiJicash.
Kye tlrm; Western, B0a«B; State, 67aTO
Barley dull; two rowed Stau, M.
Pork, «18.76alii.ou o«»h.
lard. »1 l.oo.
Butter, quiet: creamery fancy, 38aSO; Western,
creamery, xanic. '
Bagar, nominal oentrlfUgal, 7ta»8.
Sff, dull, UtaL and Pennsylvania
ALMOST UPON US.
The holidays always leave
us with the dull season on our
hands, and we must do our
best to reduce our stock while
we have customers. Some one
once said that " Nothing is
cheap at half-price if you don't
want it, " but if you do want it,
how then Î So it is with cloth
ing ; we want to sell it^ and do
so. If you have any idea of
making a purchase bear in
mind that we don't bike cost
into consideration just now,
but have made such reductions
in every department as will
convince you that we are in
earnest. Our entire stock is
still in splendid condition. The
breaks and sizes have been
filled up, and we can still
please you a little better than
ever, especially in price.
J.T. MULLIN & SON
Sixth and Market.
It is conceded that the best
fitting Clothing is sold by the
Wilmington Clothing House,
Fourth and Market streets,
and this lall we have tried to
perfect every garment, and to
day we assert that our garments
have no superior as to fit, 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 ol our custom work is
from Thirty to Fifty Dollars a
suit ; because we are having the
finest work in our city, and our
customers are the best dressed
people on the street. Just stop
long enough to look at
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.
IjQok at our TEN DOLLAR
DOLLAR OVERCOAT; these
are special bargains.
Jno. W. Diefendorf & Co.
Fourth and Market Sts.
ÇlOFFKE ! COFFEE !
100 BAüa OF ELEGANT
MARACAIBO AND JAVA
•clvert. Now u tliii time to l»y m
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RE ! r,nt edfrom
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Work ti... , Kr ** B '' Uo »»to. a
oiiwiimvp. Iir th »»sw-. tll "
'V»8UIN UT0N ,,
J""« Mr. Btmrman "J*".' l!) ~
Comml«« Finance J!!"' " 1 f "
U» Whisky i,in '®' n,1 mn
prrloj u,t*„ y.' ll r, n,!" K »'<• I»,
ï? wmi| d call ti„, 'nun .
Mr. Logan pren.„t,.,| ',, '"-nu,
«mie Iron, clti,.,. T1 „ 0| ro,i, „ Umb, ' r
prompt action ou the "I*»"!
J8l 'Krau, from the Labor C 111 "
Chicago to the ,.||,.ct ,r K""'»ti,
Mr. Lapham introduced a ,,,„ .
l ï ul ' r '» 11 diplomatic uT 4 —
trau.lt rromu 1 e Up. g or Kl ô II?"
passed. 4 01
affiliations, etc. °P i " lo "> or
Mr. Hoar gare notice that at ,v.„
poMlble moment he would '«k'n '3
to take up ami pw the bill L,^, 8
the uerlormanee ol the dull™ „ ? "
I 16 Prealdent In cate ol n- m ™ Ï"
realgnatlon or Inability of bo h ' '
dent and Vice President
On rnotlou ol Mr.
was postponed to allow conUderall™
Indian Appropriation hill. t0 °
IN TltB UUURE.
Wamiington, Die. 18.—The
Hotue I» at half moat, thl» nmrulùî
»pe.t to the memory ol the
mau Orth ol Indiana, anü In« j, sk
prtmrtaUljf draped Iu mourulu..
Mr. Dutterworth otlcrtd 7
giving It «»the »et, M„t the H„u„ (
any aeUoti U taken
-ducing lob urn
U* It be accomiiaulcd l.j a pn.vl.J"
.« rebate un brokt-u packaJ
band. °r the dealer» or u aauf.rtuM
»«kefi immediate action, it WM J'!
the Wuys and Means Cotnmittee
The (.ommcrce Committee reporu
«ltlpplug bill without any clung« md
made a »i-oial order for January 8
Ibe resolution providing b, r
meut over the holiday. »„ rerwud
without recommendation, anj
motion» to lay It on the tuble were Ù
on which motions the
NO ADJOURNMENT Pott TUB
A motion to table the adjournmen
lutlou was lost ami then the lieu* d
not to adjourn during the hulnl.iv»
Washington, Dec. 18.—Henry oil
PltUburg, a member of the Tariff Cc
and Mean« thl« morning to tienne i
ter 01» and phraseology used by the Cc
«Ion in the reixirt now
The Committee began ou the
the re lied u le of east Iro
•Ion, wan before Ihr C\
n pi f
down over all defccrtptioiiBof cutting»
upon l««t week and restored the tmi
steel tec rail»" from the ph
•toel T rail«," that had beeil substj
Mr. Oliver will remain until the com
baa considered all the metal R-hedulei
Secretary Chandler this morning
to the Naval Committee ol the hou
the bubject of gun* und shipn, th«
mlttee having under eowddcratiou
commendation» to the Appropriation
mlttee regarding the need» in the
committee will resume it» work up
Tbe army bill will probably be n
from the Appropriation Committee l
The 8u]»remc Court to-day re-a
the decision of th«? low
York In George M. Curtis' ca*e.
In the Star Route cases to-day .M
resumed his opening address.
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385 MARKET STREET.
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Meals served from 7 n.
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Manufacturer« of Steain EnclnrN
Mill«, Gang Edge», Lath .Mrj i "
Hpokt' Machinery, ^halting. H.}' D
Coupling«, Gearing, Cirl>l " ,,,nr
Hpeelal attention giver
ery. Catalogue free.
Lane & Bodley
John and Water Sts.,
HKNltY L. RAYMOND. ALONZO DKWSSSj
JJENRY L. RAYMOND & CO.,
AND 6 PINE STREET, N.
Buy and sell lor
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