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W ILMIN 0TON, DEL, THüIÉDÀY, JANUARY 11, 1883.
PRICE ONE CENT.
VOL. XI-NQ. an.
AMVMMMÆXTM.
/VraND OPERA HOU 8E.
(jr KACTU MASONIC TEMPLE.
Friday Eve'#, January 12, '83.
In
th
Ed
Ol.
Th. L»u»hshl* »>• nt of Uw Season.
HYDE&BEHMAN'S
<iivRt Consolidation.
,11 ssmtf COMKOY KVBB » BITTtV.
THE TWO JOHNS—2
**afiE*'—
JOHN (i'aUie) STEWART,
«III si»o ÎPtfîiü" " *'*" d * Bd un '"*"» 1J * d bLTo
PricM. » »' «lid 7 S cent). Hrtrrnl Mat, Tt
on ialo at CT F. Thomas A Co. ' * «tore.
' Jan S-lt-O
In ih*
HA
of
J*
me
MB
' MINAMVÂAL» _
R R. RÖBIÄSÖN A CO.,
a
HANKERS AND HROKIRfi,
Fourth and Market Streets.
i
their
shall
aud drafts on England. Ireland. Tram*,Germany
and Bwltiertand Tseued. 7.1-lv-uu
ABTIZANB 8AVINO BANK.
NO. 60S MAAKfCT H THE ET,
iNCoaroaxTXD ja-hcahv --«tu. um.
rncel Vf «Ifposlts fToaj 9 a. m. until 4 P. ».
I oo T h* »day au» J fiaturday evenings
iron 7 to » o' f J o.
'pu
lv
and
litb
oir*a to
RM
HJCMI ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
tUigulsrly ma»1e In April
dividends are om wlthdrs
and October, Wbcn
_ wn thoy
or deposits. Tim* peruanent »tepoalu compound
Uwlr H» terest twice lu sack year,
MANAGERS«!
accounted
It
for
CUMjieiit B. muyüi, George W. Hush.
CbarlmM . Hawtand, George R. Dapelle.
NaUiaul»! H. Uensoo, M. L. Llohtenstela,
rllagton.
anr> F. Dare,
r . Hasting»,
ilward Pe-ey,
Job fa.
wmivm II. Hwlft,
Anthony Htgg>4»
GEOR41KW. Nimil. Présidant.
K. H. ftAPF.1 J.R^VI«w PrisUset,
E. T. TA4
iw»ti-lf
Treten r sur.
THKtt, Auditor.
J.
NATIONAL BANK
JpiRBT
9 a.
OF WILMINGTON.
KlfWHlTOHV or THE PTB1.U MOV ET
—anp
rihA NHiAi. ah form
B
a
thl
TMF. UNITED WTATEN
KDW/Ub MBTTa, Freslient,
Gao. D abmhtboko, UosbUr.
FAID UI* CAPITAL, *200,989.
thi limb Job la, N»w York au»l Kosten ItxnJianjr»
rornlstimt to regular IMpoaUor» without char ire.
recount days. MONDAY# and THURSDAY#
ii.:n ». m.
DIKE« TURK:
tyiwora H* t~,
<lew«oi B. Smyth,
George W. Hush,
Jot vs.

Bancroft» Jr.
nl-te
rHunciMiOHÄx cjlMDm.
tor
the
ttu
te
R
i
the
the
J)R. J. P. BUBWELL
ATHlI.l. KKMOVK HI« OPFlCR^ff
To kb 04« reslttence.
No. 712 WEST STREET,
N«i\ KAIHBH THE 1er.
If
lute** »mtet.d With t^ • «reif orHEl.F-ABUeK
aikd MEKCUlUALlZATl
toraasuit J. N. .% J. B? I
h*v.>ml »irret. I'hUadclphU,either by mall or by
teVftuu, dnrlng Um hour» offla. tu lolp. m., and
«to* p. m.
Ad vice i rre,
flhlon and th*'
8. J. N. Ä J. B. IIOBEN8ACK,
I should nothsaltate
r.KNMACK of 2M6 N.
I
Wte*4n>v«'r oIiouM know hte con
luiprovt' It should rtute
"W IB DOM IN ▲ NI7T-BHELL."
>o mcelpt of ihre« -cent »«atop.
way
No«
.
P 114 - 1 -I 4
JOHN C. 001 Jt,
X VT AH Y I' UM 14« AN!» JU*I ICAOF 'INK
PKACK.
UarD Hntldlnv, No. k*l WtevMIxtb »irret. Tele
teM.iM* call,.. «- 1 - 18 -A
ami
of
the
of
|)ANIK1. H FG8TFR,
ATTOKJU Kt-AT-lJtW,
R!*OM Ni), tl EXCUA.N0F. BUILDING,
(Seveulliiud Murkit ntroetc.)
WÜ.UINUTON. UEl..
myt-10
OUI OUODS.
HOLIDAY GOODS!
Whether in search of useful
tuid substantial gifts such as
Dress Pattern's of either Silk,
\\ ool or Cottoji tnbrics. Hand
some patterns in tine Bleached
Table Linen or Towels, flood
warm Comfortables or Blank
Cardigan Jackets for
Knit Jackets. Hoods
4M
Che
of
be
ETS.
men.
and Mittens for Indies and
Children. Kn* Gloves in
latest styles and newest shades.
Underwear and Hosiery of all
descriptions. The most com
plete assortment of Ladies'
Cambric and Linen Handker
chiefs, also Gent»' Silk Hand
kerchiefs in the newest color
ings and patterns or any of
those pretty useful and
mental articles
adapted to the Holiday season,
including Plush, 'Çoilet Cases,
Hand Bags, Purses, Jewel.
Cases, Card Case$, &c. Silk
Umbrellas, Japanese Ware,
Hulls, Toys and an endless
variety ot Fancy Objects from
which to make a satisfactory
selection with an assurance oi
square dealing and correct
prices. Jt will pay you to go to
to
oma
especially
C i A c
A. SPENCER S,
7
700 Market Streets.
oetffi-tm-tu -94
S*2n...l !t Y0UR LISTS of lots,
w'" 1 " 1 STOCKS, KOKIN, LOANS ANlI
OCR NtXT i'I BLIC SALK —
''AM AiJV 2Q, ijjto.
J *09-41 liELALD A CO.
MOTIVES.
J^TOTICF.
Jl
have
Foot National Banc. I
W 11. MI NOToN, Dm... January 11, IMS. »
At an election held on the 9th ln*t., »he fbllow
In a named gentlemen were el cted directors for
th < UHuIng y ear :
Ed ward Bet te, .lame« C. MrComb,
Ol. mm! B. Smyth, Ell Garrett,
Ôcorift? W. Bn « 11 , William Tatnall.
D»ni«*l Jam» *, John H. Adaius,
temurl Bancroft, Jr.
And at a tiiectlnK of the board held tliU dar
Edward Bella, Ksq., wa* unanimously re-ebirted
l»rv«UU-nt. «EU. M. ARMSfKONO.
jau 11-31 «.'ashler.
and
a
Lot
side
F
t?0
V
piNAL NOTICE
Delinquent County Tax Payers.
to ■
»even
»ont»
in purnaance of an Ael of th* A*M*Uf *A
Htate of Delaware. pa« red at Dover, the tenth day
of April. 1ST», requiring me Collectors of Count v
'Faxe« u» airain «rive publie notice «luring
month of January or their readloent to receive
J* I laquent tax«*», the »-olU'ctor* of the city of
WltmiBffton hereby ylv«* notice that they will be
me
MB foe the pnnwo of rerchinir taxes then due
. Office hours ivora » to 13 a. m., 2 to
Dm
X
cash,
tha
a lid
i and ? to 9 p. m.
Attention I« called to Mactlou I of the act which
provides that a)I person» wbofhlltopay llrelrtaxre
befow the sltilnx of tbe L<*vy OourlahaU bare
their name« stricken lr.ua the assessment list and
shall not be placed thcreou r«>r tiic space of 2
months after dale of noch allowance-. A}»
laxes unpaid after the above dates will be pro
ceeded again»taccording to law, as the
wants Its money, and we propose to
IÜ1AH. H. D. BE
County Tax Collector for^ftr
County Tax Collator for Second District.
Jamakyio. lfltt.
of
oif
< «4i«8 i a
DFOKD.
si DUirlo
. KYN V.
la ite m
XTOTICK.-—THE ANNUAL MEETING
lv OF TFIE **Fartn«*r-i Association" çf N*w
Cull« county, for the «(election of hou*»- thlc?«*s
and re.'©very of stolen horses, will be held In
Wilmington at the usual id an» on Saturday the
litb of January l»S3 ;«t 10 o'clock a. re., when
oiBccxn for the year a ill be elected. Punctual
utti-nd.uo.' .f
1
1
I
1
2
I
4
5 2-»
1
2
4
4
8
2
en
Hoo'r.
u**oa>-ti
J^CinCE.-TO WATER RENTER#.
«»erica Watbr Department, »
WlLMINOTON, DEI.., Dec. 21. lflK. |
The bill* foi U»* y*« r is»3 are now ready and
parable at the Reglutrar*« offloe. M. W. corner
Sixth and King -treet*.
Mils remaining unpaid after the Uht of
January. 18*3, tlv«- percent, will b« added, IT paid
during the month of February, ami te.n per «ent.
It paid during Mardi. After ahlch Uiue the
ferrule« may b»- withdrawn and suit Instituted
for the recovery of th»« amount due. OfB«*e hours
JA
Dec. 30, 1S82.
On aD
. to 4 p. in.
9 a.
d» "! Ml
J. A. HON'D, ItegtHirar.
JJOTICE.—DIVIDEND.
Nation ai. Have or w ilmin«, rov and i
B llANDYWVv» . WUltiluglon, D**l., Jan. 4 UMtt. I
Th«* H«iM ol Dlrecter« hav«- thl* »lay «treUre*!
a «IlvMfiid «>f m| v |M>r rent, on tlx raplta) »«ock of
thl- bunk fur th»* 1» *t »l\ montbh, » avabl» on
OTHO NOWI.ÄM»,
JN
<i»'iTian»1.
jHUl-lûl
^OTICK-DIVIDEND.
Firm N ational Bank
\V llinlti|rtoii, Del., Jsn. 4th
have this «lav declared
per reut, for tue Um Me
j «Inman <L
(.EolUIKD. AKMHTRONLi.
Cash!«'
iwu. {
'
TU« lioaM of Dlrre
<11% blend of f<
*nlh« payable
Of
A.
Jait4-|oi
HXOINTER'S MOTIVES.
J^KGIHTKR'S ORDER.
Ku)i»rKR'p orru *, >
NK» C'AOTLt (Ol'NTY, DKL., SOW 'A ISK. (
V'poii lb.»pi.ilr.llon of O«o. <»mj, a4rolnl.tr»
tor of Ka««* A. AlderM>u, late of White Clay t.rrek
bunt1re»Lia Mild county,«JereaMwi, it tsordered aud
direct*»! hf th« 1 ItejrlHter that the ArimlulHtrater
ai»>re»al»1 rive noUre of granting of letter» of Ad
ministration upon the «*tate of the (Nhn with
the »late of granting tti*»reof, by causing adv«*r
Uremeut.i to te* posted within forty daya fro in
ttu «late of hurb tetters in six of tar moat public
place« oi th«* county «»f NrwOaaite. requlrfn« all
te rmina havtnx «lemarul« agalnet the estate to
R r*A*rfl th^aam« 1 , or at.hte t>y an A«*t <*f Assembly
i such rase mail»* and provided: au«l also
the «am«- to te* lu<«*n< »I within the same pi rtod In
the Daily GAZR7TR, n u«*Whpnper i.uhfl*h*M In
Wllinlnvton aud te be continued therein three
Jlte, <e. o. d. )
Given
j Office of Iteifl-ier afor»**aM,
, In New Cae&lc county aforenah!
«I jearalwve written.
N. C. HH*«iK, Keglster.
The
U>**
saUl
r .tere
and
the
of
brick
b<-u
side
nlnv
land
wit
of
erl*
and
fret

ara
d» r tin* hand and Foal ot
Winning
I
L. H.
«Inj
Notick.— A ll pc-rM.n» having «'lalms against
Lhevsiate ©nth«* <1«**rAB*d must pr**»*iit th** »«in»*,
duly atl«*st*«l l«» the A«Jmlitteirnt<»r, on <*r before
No« «inter •>, !M\/>rahld«- it«« A«*t c«f Assembly
. .u«-4i ra» u I a«!«.- ami nrnvld«'!.
<» KORO l. « It A Y. Administrator.
Vhtr« * . llinlntftou, Ik law nr
•tea:ii-tu-9w
with
lift)
I'ret
J^EOIdTER ö ORDER.
HJuubTKRte <>rn«a.
New Castl«* r<*„ Del., l»«veoirK>r lit, Wtt.
f Tho
!
Bint,
late of Rod I.lou
hundred. In raid couutj. dre«*âred» Ills ordered
ami dlrret« d bv th«* Itegloter that th<* Kx«cu
aforesaid fiw uolh'« «*1 granting of I» Iter»
of Administration upon Ui*'*'mau- oi toe d e c la re d
with th** dal** *»f K r aiiUnfr thereoi, t»v « autlng
mlvertl*.* ni»*nO to te- .po«»t«*d within forty day»
from th«« «late <»f *u»*h l«-tter» In hlx of the
put'll*' pi .*«*.•» of 1h«* county of New f'a»tle,
n-julrluK all perron*, havIng demands aKalnot
the rotate t«» prereut Ute •am**, or abide by an act
of Assembly ln »u«h ca»«* made aud provided;
tnd alao call'«- the ham«* to te* Inserted within th":
BH'iie period Iu the DAILY « i A/.UTTK, U
iiewrpape.r puhli.died In Wilmington, and tobe
reiillnui d therein three wredta, (e. o. d.)
« i Given uuder the hand and Bealofoffl'*«
< L. s Vofihe Realster aforosaldatWllmlngtou
I N<*w ( sstli* county aterecald, the
Duon th*
Kxtcutor of
application
of Alte rtD. N* wt «>
tv
eign
the
bly
all
from
ete.
very
4M
«1 T«V»r
lieu.
H. « '. BIGGH, Register.
NOT 1C«.
All prrroiu» ha» lug rial in» agalnat the «--state of
Che dere-ased must urerenl the same duly atteste«!
•fori* Dreember 13, A.
Ü., Vib3, or abl«le the a«*l of Aroetnbljr ln such
care mad«- sud provided.
TH«)MAH BIRD, Kxreutor.
drelD-kw
the Fare
A ldrri*.- : Ml. Georg«», Del,
DEGIHTBR'S ORDER.
HtellSTEIl'S OFFICE. I
New Orelic County, Del., l»»-e. aatli. 1882. |
o appllentioii "f ürar« Meantck ««1
mloJHiratrU C. T. A., • I Christian Me»s «*k late
of TV ludngton llundretl, lu sah! raunt), de
ciAW'd, »t 1» ord« red and <llr«*eted by the Itealster
tlu$t the adinlnlutratrlx af m*««ald give noth*»* of
graiiiloK of Letter»of a«iuilni»tratl*>n C T. A.
upou U»«- estate «»fthe <l«rea»ei1, will« the dat« of
granting tb«*re«*f, by «aii»lng adverilreinents to
be posted wltliln forty «lay» from the d.tc of
such letter» Iu »lx of the uhwi publie place
" " "a«tie, ropilrlng h I p»*r
t.av In if demand» against the e.Ute to urerent the
«nie^ or abide by au Act of Assembly In »urh
hind ; and also can»« the »aim*
within the ft
«he
1st
and
Ui
oi
to
.ir th..
s
i y
.1
» period In the
jtZKrr*-, a oev »paper publish»*«! In
nd to be eoutltiu*.*! th**r«lu three
to te* lu.--rte
Dki.awaük * *
Wilmington a
seek» •'.O. D.
the
Given uu«l«T the hand and Seal of
L. 8. JOB«* «»fthe Reglfttor ator**»ald,at WU
mlugioii, in New Ca»tl«* county afore*
ir above written.
H. U. H1GGM, Register.
NOTICE.
«»Id. the
All nttr-toii.- having claims aaaliiftt the e-ntl
ft»** «lvrva^'*1 must pro seul the name, duly
tented to the Administratrix, on or **efore De
cember a»th, 1H83, or abide the Act of Asrembly
ta .»oh «*- ro«t, .»d pr»vW^, E M|aw
A'linlnlfliratrix, C. T. A.
Ad«lrere : Wilmington. Del. dre26-tu»8v»
of
JJEGISTBR'S ORDER.
register's Orne*. I
New Castle Ce., Del., December 21, 1882. I
Upon the application of Barbara Mapr,
Exreutrlx of Conrad Man/, late of W11*
mltiKton hundred, in snld county, dreea»ed,
t Is ordered aud directed by the ftegteter that
the Kxreutclx aforesaid give notice of grant
ing of letter» T**dainentarv npon the estate ol
the deceased, with the dale of g muling thereof, by
causing advertisement* to te poeted within forty
day» froir the «late of huch letters, ln »ix #f the
omv. 1 public plac«!» of Ute county of Newcastle,
requiring »11 perron» having demand» against th«*
estate to prerent the Mime or abide by an act ol
Assembly In such caae made and provided. And
also cause the »ame to be Inserted within the sumo
period in the DAILY GaXBTTE. a news
paper published In \Vllmlngton, and to be con
tlnu«*l therein three wreha. (e. o. d. )
) Given umler the n»id and seal of office
{iJL
and year aboYc written.
^ BloG8 - tte,l9Ur -
All perron» having claims, against the rotate ol
deceased, mast prerent the »ame duly attested
the kaecutrU oa or before December 2L
1882, or ablda the ac
made and provided.
Address: Wilmington, Del.

to
flateifysavr
Executrix.
dco27. rnwf.fw
LOHT AND rUUSD.
POl'D.-DN SATURDAY AF F*'
Jl NOON, litre rioor-key : the owner can
till* ad«rerttrein«*.nt.
O. HI rMA.N,
121 Klmr street.
have .am* by paylu^r.
MOM HALM.
HALE.—HOUSE NO. 1908 WF8T
STRUCT; two-hiory b r lrk ; eight rooms hath
and water cloret; h» t and rold water; two heaters
a cellar:., and a'l the modern Improvement-.
Lot '£L\ Uj no feel, with 1«« foot alley in rear, and
side entrance. Term a easy. Â wmf
Seventh and Market »treeU.
F or
»■I
Junti, tr
t?0 R SALE —HOMES FOE WORKING.
V MEN. 'SAW two-story brick dwelling
h; watt-rand gas. Eleventh
»even room* and bath
aiid.Vhurch' «irret»: terrnlou« of the city »aHwav ;
»ont» nient to »ubooi and market' oplyjffhto
Orion ft treat.
No. *4 Jef
JanVMm
T?OR SALE.—STOCK AND FIXTURES
X OF a wholesale and retail Groocry Store
cash, at lit West Front street.
JaH4-tf
S "L «Ce
J.T. DICKEY.
pOR BAÜt.
100 Acres of Standing Timber.
Chiefly YELLOW PINE and MAPLE.
of rail read and three mile» of
mt to other large and fine tract»
e growth of which
particulars as to location, price,
'**' GAZETTE OFFICE.
within
ÏÏS5ÜS
water, an
of timber
Is likewise on
•eptss-a. v«"*u
pOR SALK.
32 Desirable Dwellings.
1 S-siorf brick. No. 8U7 Wasldngl<ju
atrret...
1 4-story brick, «16 King Breed.
I 8-story brick. IS Market street....
1 :-«tory brick, 203 WasLdugtou atroet 1*00
2 2-story brick, «02 A 904 Un.icn street XOOO
I 2-Slory-brtr.k, 30« M. VaiiBuren »treat 1 *90
4 2-story brick, »lfl, 918,990, 9» Kintal.
5 2-» lory brick, 827. 829,MU. 883. 8»To
cust street. 1 MO each
1 2-6tory brick, N. W. cor. Elm and
Harrison » treat.
2 2-Hlory brick, 1U3 A 1134 Elm street 1100 each
4 2-story brick. 809, 811. 813, 816 Houtli
VanBuren atroet. 1100 each
4 2-ëfory brick, 70S, 708, 710, 712 Brow u
street... I 600 each
8 2-rtory brick, 707, 709 and 713 Wright
street. 1 BOO each
2 8-»tory brick, 9th and Franklin st»
now In course of erection. Also val
uable truck farm
nua, containing 12 acres and good
buildings. Price.
Tbe above dwellings are In good condition and
oontaln from 6 to 13 rooms each, and wUl be sold
en terms to enlt the purchaser. Apply to
». L. CARPENTER,
Ninth and Harrison atmet».
*7 0»
... 20ÜU
1000 each
. . 1700
New Castle ave
Ja.
A.M'21-luulA*
PUBLISH AIM.
JN CHANCERY, NEW CA8TLK CO.
-TRCflTKEH SALE OF
HEAL ESTATE.
By virtue of a decree of the Court of Chancery
' the State, of Delaware, In and for .New Castle
the Eleventh day of IN camber
will 1>e «<x|HMted to public sale at the
In Wilmington, onTHL'RS
tjj-flfth dsj of January
Of
County, made
A. D. 1888.
Court H'mim*.
DAY. tu« Twen
A. D. at
The followlusr d«Mcrlbed real estât*' situated In
U>** < Ity of Wilmington, « *»uuty and State alore
saUl a» follows: No I. All that certain lot or
r .tere of laud with a two story brick hou»»e
hereon er cted, olluated In »aid City bounded
and dew*iite*d as follow v to wit; matnnlnif «*n
the S»>iHu rl j side of Heron «1 street at the ittetance
of forty-five fret ten and live «-Ifthths Inches
Westerly from th*- Westerly »Ide of Y»QBtiren
tn«*uee Southerly parallel with YanBur u
and pa»»liiK ihroiuh the mlU«tte of the
brick partition wall te-teen this and theadJololnK
b<-u «*, on Mi« Ka*t llfty-.»lx fret to the Northerly
side Ol a fou r feet wide alley; then«v? W '*
araltel with -««cond stre«'t thirteen feet ten
voMjrhth- Inches to a «»take, thenre North<*rly
street and pa**»lna
brlcX «livl .lon wall
«1 the house
the »«Id »Ide of Second
•by Faster! y tblrt**en fret
:ind Hve eighth» lache» lo the hi arc of bealn
nlnv with the use in roiimon ot the »aid alley
forever. No. 2. All that «*ertJiiu lot or pire« of
land 1th h two ijK»ry frame dwelling house
thereon • re*cte«l situ»ted te the »aid City of W U
mtuKUMi, iHfotnted and we«crth4?d »4 follows
wit ; KejGnnltiK at ;« »take on the Northerly side
of Fifth street oue hundred and fifty feet two
Inrhe« Easterly from thur-h street, thenre* North
erl* and pimdlel to 4'htireh »treet one hundred
and flfly-Uve «eet ton stake on the rioutiterly side
»Irrel thirty f et wide thence thereby
Easterly, parallel with Church street »eventeen
fret to a -take, thenre houlherlv and paralel
■ hundred and
I side
• c*t
*r|>
ara 11« 1 with VaiiHurcu
Kb the middle of the
«•n th«* hous<*
t, ft ft v-»lx ten
*l and ttu-ncf Dir
this lot
to
■ml<»u«-d l!n«*
with th*' tl
lift) -ttv«> tret to a stak«* In th<*
»irret, and thenre thereby westerly
I'ret to the pla**»* «»i te KinnlnK.
common of the said
Attendance will te* given an«l term
known at the time and pla«*»* Hl«»re«*ald by
VICTOR Dt'PONT, Trustee,
ur bv hD Attorney.
Attest : J, M. HOl'KMAN, Reg. C. C.
M. Ogle, AuctloiU'cr.
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to ten thousand
You can carry from
dollars on yourself or wile at a nominal sum,
between the agea of is and 6G,in the Mutual
Reserve Fund Life Association of New York.
This la the largest Association of ite ago iu
«he world, having 9,221 members up to the
1st day of January 1883, aud one assessment
amounting to ov«?r $100,000. Call on J. K.
8utterly, 302 Market street, general agent,
and see him and get papers. Open until
eight in the evening.
Ur. Wilson's Lecture.
Dr. H. R. Wilson delivered su Interesting
address on Abbottaford, the home of Bir
Walter Scott, before the Unity Club last
evening. The facts given was the result of
noies taken by the Doctor on a recent tour
through Scotland. At the utxt meeting of
the club Dr. Wilson will lecture on the
Greek churches.
\Vb»t * Queer Climate TbU la?
First it snowed
And Ujen it blowed,
And then began to rain ;
.And then it blowed
Atyd then It snowed,
Anffthen it rained again.
With cold in head
I'm almost dead ;
But yet I won't complain ;
Pain Killer saves
From wintry graves
And makes us well again.
Nobody ought to be without Pebmt
Davis's Pain Kili.rr.
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That Old Picture.
Take that old picture to Sutterley A Co.'i
fine gallery, No. 302 Market street, and
have it copied before it fades all out. They
can enlarge it to any size you want, and
their prices are reasonable.
Brick, Brick, Brick.
No scarcity of brick. We have a full
stock of all kinds of brick, which we are
selling at market prices. Jams* H. Beggs
A Co.
GBAUD LODGE ADJOURNS.
Tb« Ancient Order United Workmen
lloftshealta Laben»- -Son»« Figures.
The tirmud Lodge of A. O. V. W. re»*
•embled to the lecture room of the Opera
House yesterday afternoon, and continued
In aeaalbn until B p. in; The newly elected
office™ were installed by P. G. M. W. Jehu
B. Askew.
The Jurisdiction of Delaware, Maryland
and New Jersey was declared a separate
by the Supreme Master Werk
reports ol the grand officers
were press tied and made a satisfactory
showing, From March », 1*82, to January
1,1883, there were 15 deaths In the bene
ficiary, and atfll there was a surplus of $S),500
remaining la the treasury.
The membership at preeeot la nearly *,000
an Increase of nearly SO par cent. In one
year. There wert 21 lodges instituted in
the three States since the lest annual meet
ing. Grand Oreneer, Mr. Butta, am»
Grand Recorder A. V. Colbert, were ap
man. Tb«
thereon -
Inga for publication, after which
veutiou adjourned lo meet In Newark, N. J.,
the second Tuesday lu F bruary, 1884.
A guarantee of $5,000,000 haa been car
ried oo the llvea of *,500 members and
$41,808, has been paid for beneficiary pur
poses, and $5,406.89 to the general fund
account.
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BACKED HE ABT FAIK.
Axtlele* to be Ciisuoed off This Week
Great Attractiou*.
The fair of tbe Sacred Heart Church at
Institute Hall Is being liberally patronized
at d the management expect to reailte at
least 85,000. The money is for the purpose
of plastering and making other lmproye
rneotb on the church. The fair will be con
tinued UAtll next Tuesday evening. A
number of mluor articles have
chanced off during the
evening the
articles will
dozen gold watches, three silver watches,
20 yards of carpets, chairs, and a number ol
other useful articles are to be chanted dur
ing the balance of the week. A beautiful
Stole is being contested for by tbe members
of St. Peter's and St. Mary's congregation,
and great interest is manifested in It. It is
expected that at least $1,000 will be realised
on this article alone.
been
week. This
drawing of valuable
commence. A half
at
in
as
Hyds A Bah man.
Hyde A Behmtn and their strong troupe
will appear in tbe Opera House on Friday
night. The following from a St. Louis
paper tells how the company was received
in that city : "Hyde A B eh man's Great and
Only Consolidation appeared at the grand
rtvo
audience that completely filled it from top
to bottom. The show la undoubtedly one
of the strongest that has ever appeared In
thla city. Ham Devere, Harry Watson, John
Hart and John <"Fattle"> Stewart, Oaks
A Boyd, the Marlell Family, and Miss
Katie Cooper kept the audience iu good
humor until "The Two Johns" was reached,
which Is one of tho funnies comedies ever
produced in this city. The company re
main all this week, and will, without doubt,
have crowded house#
ol this bouse, last evening, to an
is
Burt by m Full.
Charles Gros», livlag at No. King
•treet, fell od the ice at Front and Madison
street» yesterday afternoon and badly in
jured his leg. He was taken home by Offl*
«•er Pierson.
Eicsllent 8lsl|hing Last Night.
The sleighing for the most part of last
ulght was fine, and every available horse in
the city was pressed into service, while
everything with runners was on tho road.
LOCAL LACONIC!*.
Two plain drunks were disposed of by the
Mayor this morning.
William A. Dewees of this city was an in
mate of tbe Newball House at the time of
the fire, but fortunately encaped.
A benefit for 8t. Patrick's Catholic church
will be given by the Emerald club on Janu
ary 17 and 18 iu the lecture room of the
church.
The. horse of John Jacksou ran awav last
eveuiug v\ hlle out slei^hlug. The horse was
eaugh on the Kennen turnpike. The occu
pant was thrown out, but uot injured.
Jarnetf H. Bewail, a riveter at the Harlan
A Hollingsworth Co.'s «hip yard, has been
appointed patrolman to succeed officer Bow
ers. The new officer went on duty last
evening.
The turbine wheel at the city mill, stopped
yesterday for the want of sufficient water
power. Repaire were made to the Worth
ington pump, aud it started to work again
last eveulog.
A hearing in the caoe of Ker. ry Drum
monds, charged with perjury by George
McGraw, was held by Squire V'audegrilt last
evening. After hearing the evtdeuce th««
-was dismissed,
The train from Philadelphia due here at
9.50 p. in last evening was nearly two hours
lute, on a«*eount of hu engine jumping the
track near tbe bridge over tbe 9chuykill
river, near the former city.
The McCullough iron works at North
East, Md., reopened on Monday, after be
ing closed to* some time. The iron wörkers'
wag«*» were reduced 10 per cent. The
wages of the rest of the employes remain
unchanged.
Coroner Smith Investigated the cause of
the death of Fred Pflanz, who died suddenly
on the railroad train while returning from
work on Tuesday eveniug, a certificate of
death from heart disease was given. The
deceased was a native of Prussia.
The United States Fish Commission
steamer, Albatross, which left the works of
Pusey A Jones last mouth, was disabled by
the breaking of some machinery at Quantico,
about 80 miles below Washington. She will
be brought to this city for repairs.
A brown horse with a white face and two
white hind feet, attached to à one seated
sleigh, was caught at the Market street
crossing of the P. , W. A B. railroad at 4
o'clock this morning, by Charles Hallen and
John O'Neil. The team was takeu to
Dougherty A Brother's stable, where it
awaits an owner.
The following troupes will appear in the
Opera House in the near future : J aim try
12, Hyde & Be hinan; January 16, Maggie
Mitchell Dramatic Association; January 20,
George Adams' Humpty Duinpty: January
22,23 and 24, Admiral Dot A Company;
January 25, Church Choir Company in
"Iolànthe"; January 26, Arch Street Opera
House Minstrels; February i and 2, Boston
Ideal Opera Company.
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OFFICERS ELECTED
The stockholders of the Delaware City
National Bank have elected the following
directors: William D. Clark, William Rey
bold, (i«K»rge Y. Brady, Clement Reeves,
Charles Corbit, Charles G. Ash, Henry
Cleaver and Arthur Colburu.
The Ladies' Auxiliary Corps of Nrayth
Post, G. A. R., elected the following officers
last evening: President, Mrs. Evan Brown;
Vice President. Mrs. 8. B. Knel; Secretary,
Mrs. James II. Wrlghtiogton; Treasurer,
Mr*. John Birchs. Arrangement* have beeu
t of Cheater, on
It* visit to this city on Monday evening.
are
made to entertain Wilde
LEGISLATIVE MATTERS.
a
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WHAT WAS DONE
AT DOVE
ESTERDAY
THE VÀEI0U3 BILLS INTRODUCED
The Neuatoriul Caucus to be Held on
Monday Night- -Pointa About tbe in
auguration—A Shrewd
Tirade.
140*01*1 gorretponüeace of the Gazfttt«. 1
were duller
than the weather yeaterday, lend aslda from
tbe Joint session at which the vote for
Governor was .counted, the particulars of
which were announced by telegraph lu yes
terday's Gazette, nothing of Interest oc
curred. Mr. Denney presided In the House
Id Speaker Bates' continued absanee, and In
addition to what was given of the proceed,
lugs la yesterday's late edition the follow
ing was dene : The committee to which
was referred tbe Governor's inesssge, re
ported through Mr. Juatls, the chslrman,
raferri
Dovm, .Ian. 10.—Thl
ig the several recommendation» to
riate committee«.
Cooch introduced at act to locor
mm
poratc the Rehoboth Beach I|lotel Com pa
and an act to vacate a portion of Lake
avenue at Rehoboth. Five hundred copie»
of the State Treaaurer'* report wore ordered
to be printed. The petition for a new road
In MIspIllioR hundred,previously introduce«!
by Dr. Lewe», wu referred to the Commit
tee on Roads and Highways, and a petition
from Joseph Ward for a new road in the
ame hundred was road an|l similarly re
ferred.
In the Senate Mr. Bett» Introduced a bill
to Incorporate the Brandywine Catholic
Literary Association (instead of 4 Burial
Aaaociatlon" as reported by telegraph,) and
gave notice of a bill to incorporate
Wealeyan College of Wilmington.
Cooper gave notice of an act to vest the
title ot certain real estate In the city of New
Castle. All the Governor's message ex
cept that relating to Immigration, which
had already been referred to a special com
mittee, was referred to a committee
»isting ol Messrs. Cooper, CaVender and
Mustard.
ny
tbe
Mr.
con
TUE CAUCUS ON MONDAT NIOHT.
It lias beeu decided to «laucus for the
offices of the Uuited Htates Senator, State
Treasurer, State Auditor and Librarian, all
at the same time, and the caucus will be
held on Monday eveniug next,
between now and tnat time things will be
^iry lively. John M. Hobston is here again,
renewing the fight for State Treasurer. Dr.
Chandler request» that the statement going
in one of the papers a* atUhorative, aud
coming from him, to the effect that he is in
favor of Senator Saul «bury, be denied, so far
as Us coming from him is concerned. He
says he has not mentioned lo a single per
son how he stands, and that it is his busi
ness and that of no one else».
POINT*.
Therefore
The Marshal lu charge of the inaugura
tion ceremonies, F. M. DuiJri, is charged
with carrying the program. iijito effect and
subordinates are to bo distinguished by
badges. It will be their duty to aid him lu
his official duties and preserve order, and he
is authorized to appoint the police of the
town as a part of nls aid and also ushers for
the court room.
It is Mr. Stoekley's desire that the inau
guration shall be as simple am affair as pos
sible, and there will bn no display of tho
military.
Governor Hall was in town yesterday.
A member ol the House is a member of
the Committee on Enrollment, which is a
very tiresome oue. He wanted to got out
of the extra work, and offerer! to trade off
with a member who is on the Divorce Com
mittee. The member laughed and gla«1Iy
accepted, but the other one f«|»und the laugh
turned on him on learning that the man he
had offered to trade with was already on the
Enrollment Committer* and that luHtead of
lessening his own work he had increased It,
as he will still have to stay! on the odious
committee.
There are many complaints around the
Stale House at the bad mail «ervice
Delaware railroad. This is particularly the
with the correspondent«. Many Im
portant news letters have gone astray.
TEST EBDA Y IN BOTH HOUSES.
J)ovkb, Jan. 11.—In the H<j>use yesterday
aside from the readiug of the report of the
State Board of Health and a move to secure
a new flag for the »State House nothing was
done worth mentioning at tbti morning ses
sion. The joint committee or| the
is Messrs. Coiuegya, Williams and Perry
part of the House and Messrs. Cavender and
Houston on part of the Senate.
In the afternoon .Speaker pro tein Denney
gave notice of bills to incorporate the Capi
tal Building and Loan Association, and the
Dover Mark«*t House Company, and
presented a petition front citiMns of
Dover asking for the extension of State
stroet over 8hakesper«*'s mill |>ond to the in
tersection of the roads to ttmyrna and
Lei pele.
Iu theSeuate the corninittetf appoint«?d to
consider the Governor's message reported,
referring various portions totfie proper com
mittees. It was decided to have 200 copies
of the State Treasurers report, and 300
copies of Superintendent tj roves' report
printed.
I)r. Chandler gave notice of a bill to in
corporate the Diamond State Organ Com
pany of Wilmington, and Mr. Cooper of a
bill to exempt prisoners convicted of mur
der in the second degree from the whipplug
post.
The bill giving the State 10 challenges in
capital cases was passed and ß«.*öt to the
House.
The bills to incorporate the Delaware
Lumber Coinpauy, the Springer, Morley A
Cause Company, and to repeal the uniform
ballot law, were read a secoud time and
referred.
Mr. Betts introduced the bills to Incorpo
rate the Brandywine Catholic Literary
Association aud the Wesleyan Female Col
lege.
On motion of Mr. Roe the Secretary of
the State was instructed to make a tabular
list of executive appointment* from Janu
ary 21, 1879 to January 16, 1883, and sub
mit tbe same to the senate.
Both Houses iu the afternoon decided to
adjourn at noon to-day until Monday next
at 4 o'clock.
Pined by the M«yl»r
At the City Hall last night a young man
arrested upon suspicion of hartug been the
person who stole some clothing Iront the
Western Hotel about two we.*ks ago. waa
dismissed, not being identified. Eiden
given a private hearing on the
charge'of insulting a woman living next
door to his residencer. He waa fined $5
and costa.
Hagany
on
Killed by an Overdose^
An unnaracsd colored femalfi child, three
weeks old, was killed yesterday by an over
dose of paragoric administered by an at
tendant. The child was the daughter of
Emanuel aud Sarah Brown, living in
Guthrie's row in the Second ward.
An Old Citizen Gone.
On Monday last William P. Megear, aged
77 years, a retired gentleman living in
Smyrna, died of malarial fiver. lit* was
unmarried, and will be burhro in the Friends
burial ground, this city.
TBK BKVnOLU CASK.
Finit WHne.ii for tlie Defence It*In*
Kumlnêd.
Yesterday afternoon at the conclusion of
Senator Bayard's opening for the defense in
the Key bold ca*e Anthony Groves was
called as the first witness, lie denied that
he was agent for
a fact asserted by Mr.
in his examination. Witness
agent for the Philadelphia Transportation
Company, and the defendant company never
had an agent in Philadelphia, wbére Groves
is stationed. The witness referred to mem
orandum for certain points upon which b*
was questioned, tv hereupon Mr. Bates ob
jected. After some argument the objection
was overruled and Mr. Bates noted an ex
ception.
Mr Groves declared that the relations be
tween his company and the plaintiff were
harmonious; and they frequently had busl
ness dealings with each other.
He afterwards testified In substance as
follows :
The Philadelphia Company occasionally
paid wharfage for the
New York boats along the Sassafras river.
eight boats were naming.
There was oppos Itloo In those years and the
Philadelphia Company had the Ide char
tered that year. She war, ifcver chartered
by the New York Company. The Philadel
phia Company got all the freights earned by
the New York boats during the peac h sea
sons. Not a dollar of this money was paid to
the New York Company. The Philadelphia
Company paid for the running expenses of
these boats during the* peach seasons. The
Union Company ran in opposition to our
boats in 1867. This company bad such
boats as Mr. Reybold bod banded oyer to
them ; there was much cutting that year;
peaches were carried at a variety of prices
from 10 cents down to four cents o basket;
Anthony Reybold had no boats in 1869; Mr.
Keybold had asked witness in 1869 to put
boats on the peach 'route, suggesting New
York boats.
P« nding the decision of the court as to the
manner in which witness should refer to hU
notes court adjourned uutil this morning.
THIS MORNINGS SESSION.
Groves was airain on the stand and testi
fied to the uumber of boats chartered by
Reybold, from 1801 to 1875, and to the
amount charged by the company for trans
portation. Ho also testified that friendly
relations always existed between the com
pany and Reybold, and that the latter al
ways expressed a preference for the New
York boats. Reybold during all of tbls
time never complained or showed any dis
satisfaction with the accommodation of the
line.
the defendant.
Reybold
of wharves by the
Iu I «67 nix
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CUT OFF.
Tbe Mutual Union's Telephone Discon
nected at the Exchange.
Last evening trie wire connecting the
Mutual Union Telegraph office with the
Telephon«* exchange was cut and the tele
graph company deprived of tbe use
of its telephone. Manager Jervis
this morning .-dated that the
first intimatiou he had that such action
would be taken by tbe telephone company
was when he was informed that the wire had
been cut.
He »ays the step was taken at the instance
of the Western Union Telegraph Company,
which virtually controls the telephone com
pany, aud because of the increase In the
business of the Mutual company.
The same thing had been done in Ohio
and In Newark, N. J., where Injunctions
had been procured and the Mutual people
allowed the use of the boxes.
The managers of the i'ompany had been
notified ami no doubt soma action would be
taken within a few hours.
W.T. Westbrook, manager of the tele
phone exchange, stated iu reply to the
questions of a reporter, that he had notified
Manager Jervis several times that he was
violating one ot the terms of the contract
upou which the telephones are leased, but
trouble was not obviated.
Mr. Westbrook bad not taken the step he
did until so dtr«;cte<l by the ollicers ol tbe
company which he repre«tnLs. There Is an
arrangement or agreement between the
Western Union Company aud theTelephoue
Company concerning messages sent over the
telephone wires, for tbe keeping of which
he was responsible here. The clause of the
agreement made by subscribers to the tele
phone exchange, and which is claimed to
ÜUV«* been violated by the Mutual Union, U
as follows :
The right «»f the »ubscriber I» to use th«
Instruments aud connecting wires where the
Exchange may place them, under such
mles as the Exchange may, from ti»ne
to time • prescribe, for
of personal communication
Exehauge and with the parties whom the
Exchange may connect with him for that
purpose, upou ids and their business; they
not to be us»«*d for any toll or considera
tion to be paid Ly any person other than the
ouhscrlber, nor for performing any part ol
the work of collecting, transmitting, or de
livering any message iu resoect of which any
toll or consideration bas* been or is to be
paid to any party other than the Exchange,
nor lor transmitting market quotatlouB oi
news for sate, publication, or distribution,
nor for calling messengers except trom the
central office, or performing any other ser
vice iu competition with service which the
Exchange may undertake to perform.
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the purpose
with the
are
A Terrible Injury.
Ebin Dish room, a young colored
the employ «>f Wallon, Whann A Co., at the
phosphate works, was caught in n shaft yea
terday whllu oiling th«* machinery. 11b
rlglit arm was wrapped around the revolv
ing shaft, and completely torn off; 1« aviug a
bone about seven inches-in length extending
from the shoulder, which was entirely
stripped of flesh. The injured man wa*
removed t«i tlie office of the. company
aud medical aid summoned. Dr. Muull
as called to attend the injuries, who aftei
examination, decided to amputate what
was left of the arm. He was assisted in the
operation by Dr. Ilazlett. The condition ol
the man was so unfavorable that it was ile
i-ided not to remove him until to-day. To
day at noou the unfortunate man was re
ported 'u a better condition and he was re
moved to tue residence of his brother,
corner oi Water and
. m
,\i streets.
Injured on tlie Track.
Yestenlay morning about 11 o'clock, John
W. White, a breakman on a R., W. an«l B.
freight train, was struck by the cars at
Chester, aud seriously injured. He was
standing on the caboose of his train as it
was backing on a siding above the station
when he slipped, falling to the track. He
was struck by several ears, ami was picked
up in an insensible condition. The wounded
man was taken to Philadelphia ami placed
the Pennsylvania Hospital. White is a
married man and resides In the t a-tern part
of this city.
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The NewRiRud at the Station.
The booth «if tlie Union News
which is being * reeled in the P
pa»M*ng«*r ''talion, is nearly completed, and
will Im* formully opened next Monday.
I it if lent lono.
Wamhikotok, Jau. 11.—For the Middle
A Hun tic drutes occasional light snow, fol
lowed by «leering weather; colder north
westerly winds; higher pressure. For the
Ohio Valley occasional light suow, followed
by clearing weather; colder northwesterly
winds: higher pressure.
Company,
., W. «Jt B.
MEN,WOMEN, CHILDREN
BURNED ALIVE IN A DEATH
TRAP.
SOENEß OF H0EB0R IN A HOTEL.
Particular» of the Burnln;; of tbe Newball
House, Milwaukee—Exact Loss of Life
Not Yet Known.
Additional particulars of tbe burning of
the NcWhall House, Milwaukee, received
tbi* morning, tell a story of horror exceed
ing even that of the burning of tbe South
ern Hotel In St. Louis. In the building at
the time was the Minnie Palmer troupe and
Genera] Tom Thumb and his wife, both of
whom made narrow escapes. Mrs. John
Gilbert, only married two days, was burned
to death. tier husband, a member of the
Palmer troupe, Is thought to be dying.
Many acts ot bravery are reported. The
firemen bad great difficulty in raising
ladders, owing to the network of tel«
wires around the building.
John F. AutUdel, principal proprietor,has
gone crazy over tbe terrible affair. He ran
up and down Michigan ntreet moaning and
and crying, "Oh, oh? My God, who set that
'•fire!*' Over his head was a black cloth.
Whpn he came to tbe mangled body of one
of his guests, his ravings were pitiful In the
extreme; all efforts to soothe him failed. His
sou und partner, James Antisdei, stood, on
the street silent and undemonstrative during
the fire, as If paralyzed by tUb horror. *
THE OlilOIN OF THE FIRE.
their
egraph
Shortly before 4 o'clock three alarms ol
fire were sounded iu rapid succession. One
was from box 439, corner of Viick and
Eighteenth street«; another was a telephone
alarm and then followed the ominous sig
nal from box 15, this time signaliug that
the Newball House was ou fire. When the
firemen arrived on the scene it was fourni
(hat the fire broke out in the South end of
he huge six story building in either the
fourth or fifth floor, starting from the South
east corner ol the structure, It spread
with lightning rapidity, and in It*
deadly path human life vanished and dosen*
of chirred Inxlie« marked its progress. Iu
the twinkle of a moment the whole fire de
partment, except tbe chemical engine,
which was left to fight the fire on Eighteenth
street, was called to the scene. A scene of
the utmost terror prevailed. Tbe corridor*
were filled with «ieuse «moke and half stupe
fied persons were lying across the hallways,
while the shriek» of women and the groan*
of men filled the air. Those few who* ap
peared on the scene did all they could
to rescue the bewildered guests, and
a great many were ta a' en out
entrance and from
running along the
<»f the
the small
Broadway front of the building. The fire
men went heroically, to work,but it was soon
t PPM reut to all that efforts to save the build
ing would be fruitless. Attention was then
•iirectcd to getting the inmates out of tho
building, but how unsuccessful they proved
is shown by the appalling death-list. The
"jumping'' cloth proved of little assistance.
Abouta dozen unfortunates attempted to
jump, but rebounded from the telegraph
wires, a perfect mass of which surrouuded
the two fronts of the building.
Meantime the whole building had become
enveloped in fiâmes, and terrific volumes of
tire and smoke shot with lightning-like
rapidity through tho roof and high up into
the morning olr. The fire had started in
the barement of the building near the eleva
tor shaft, through which it had spread from
floor to floor, ho that fiâmes were issuing
from ail parts of the building at once. At
5 o'clock the hotel was a mass of roaring
(lames, and before the relief engines from
Chicago arrived ..he fire had spent its force
and was under control.
Regarding the origin of the fire Mr. An
tisdcl said :
The night watchman saw the fire first, but
before be could do anything the flames shot
up the elevator igniting every door. I was
awakened by the noise and rushed out be
lore the building filled with fiâmes and
smoke and people flying lor their lives.
After saving my wife i tried to 6ave othera.
I met my father aud mother in their night
clothes and tried to get them to leave the
buildiinr, but father was apparently out of
hi« head- He sold he was bound to go into
th«* flames to save the building, hut by orce
I got him into the street, and being afraid
that If I let him go he would again enter the
the flames, conducted him by force dowu
Michigan street. When near the alley some
fell from the upper floor to the ground
i few feet away and caused him to bPtetne
frenzied.
front
oklcony
THE DEAD AND WOUN'DXD.
The following is tbe list ot the burned and
iujured so far as has been made out :
Dead—Mary Anderson, servant; Annie
Brown, servant; Bessie Brown, chamber
maid; Mary Bums, servant; Murr Burke,
chambermaid; Libbie Challis, dressmaker,
*»f this city; August Gesa, servant; Mrs.
John Gilbert, who wus married oniy two
lays ago to an actor iu the "Minnie Pal
mer" troupe. Her home is Cnicago; W. A.
Hall, miller, of Laporte, Md ; J. H. Ilougs,
commercial travel«*r, of Peoria, IT.; C.
Howey, r-onducloron the Wisconsin Central
railroad; —
Iowa; Allen Johnson, commission merchant
of this city. Both he and his wife Jumped
from the window aud were killed; Liexlo
Kelley, servant; Mrs. Kelley, servant; Chos.
Kelsey, attendant on Tom Thumb; Kate*
Lluehan, servant; Mary Me Dade, s«*rvant;
Mary McMaun, servant; Bridget O'« ontidl.
hall girl of Du Prairie, Wis.; Mrs. O'Neil,
servant; Maggie Owens, chambermaid; D.
G Powers, inventor, of this* city; Muggio
Sullivan, servant; Ben Van Haag, fireman,
•»truck by a falling telegraph pole; Thomas
E. Van Loan, capitalist, formerly of Albany,
N. Y., but sine * a restdeut ol this city; OtUe
Waltersdorf, kitchen girl; Catharine* Mona
han, waitress.
Injure«l—Mrs. L. W. Browu;Kate Connors,
servant, of Doylestown, Pa.; W.T. Durand,
Insuranc«; agent; Maggie Finnegan, servant,
Walter Gilleland, bell-boy; William Gillc
land, elevator-boy; Bradley Kellogg, com
mission merchant of Ashton, Dak.; William
McKenzie; Mary Mack, Chicago; —— Meu
telle, railway employe;
n«îer, of this city; Judge G. II. Reed,
form«. « *7 r'f Manitowoc; - Scott, rail
way empl«*ye; i«. O. passiuiger agent
of the Lake 81)ore and Micliig^A «Southern
railroad; Professor W. T. Tomlins, Chicago;
Gaptaln James Vose, United States Knci
neer.
Huff, insurance agem of
New'hall, engi
THE
.OHÄ.
be asccrtalne«l I«, a»
was state«! yestvrffay, about $300,000, and la
suppose«! to be nearly covered by insurauet.
1 lie lot-» so far ;
THK RUINS.
Crow «Is Gatlieriu^ A round ttio Hu rued
Uotel--t ugine» at Work.
Milwaukee, Jul. 11.—The neighbor
hood of the fire Is by no means deserted this
morning. Engine* arc still throwing
volumes of water on tlie ruins. Crowds of
spectator», eager to look on th» ghastly
scene, began gathering at day light.
it is expected that sometime to-day the
ruina will be cool enough to search lor dead
bodies.
The accumulation of ic«ï and ashes on
every projecting point has made the scene
weirdly fantastic and it requires but a slight
effort of imagination to se«* a dead body ~
outstretched arms on every object.

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