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VOL. 4--N0. 28G. RICHMOND, IND. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3. 1879. FIFTEEN CENTS PER WEEK. f jilt .. .. .. ,. .. ... IE TOW WW 7 f 1 iral News 4 O'CLOCK IP. IM. Baportaa by Telegraph. Exclusive1 fo ths Daily Palladium. CONGRESS. Mr. Bayard Offer a Resolution to Limit the Legal Tender Qual ity nf Greenback. A Cfaarrh la Philadelphia Burned To day-Loss $0,000. Attempt U Blow Up a Train en Which Englixh Complaint of the Embargo en A Rierieaa Cattle. CONGRESSIONAL. Forty -Ml xtH t'wngress.Veeaart Kmloa 8SHATB. Wabhihotok. D0. 3. If r. Ferry presented the credentials of Uenry J. Bold win. a new Senator, who wu (worn into oflloe. Mr. Beck Introduced a bill authorlz Ins the payment of custom duties In local tender notes; also a bill to amend the title of tbe 48 lievleed Statutes so as to authorize the purchase of foreign built ships toy citizens of tbe Doited 8tatea for use In the foreign carrying trade. Referred . Mr. Bayard Introduced a Joint resolu tion that on and after the passHge of this resolution, the treasury notes of the United States shall be receivable for all dues to tbe United States, exoept- - In duties on Imports, and shall not be otherwise a legal tender, and any of aald notes hereafter reissued shall bear this supersorlptlou. Referred. Mr. Ingalis offered a resolution that In the opinion of the Senate the pres ent volume of United States notes should not be reduced, and that said notes ought to continue to be a tegal tender In payment of debta. Adjourned until to-morrow. RUSSIA. AlHapl lilll lkrurbj Blewlasr tip Hal I road Trail la ft bleb a Travel. Moscow, Deo. 3 After the arrival of the Emperor last tilght, whilst the second train, containing; the baggage was on tbe way hither, an explosion ooeurred. One baggage van was blown to pleoea and seven carriages thrown off the rails, bat nobody was Injured. The explosives which destroyed tbe ZSfKr ' haa been nlnoed uu Monday even ptSoed" tual under the rails at the point over which the im perial train would pass just before entering Moscow railway atatlon. The Czr arrived safely, how ever, at eleven o'clock on Monday night, and the explosion occurred on the passsge of the baggage train halt an hour afterwards. The houee from whence the mine was exploded has been discovered, and searoh Is making for tbe perpetrators of tbe outrage. The Czar will arrive In St. Petersburg to-morrow. PHILADELPHIA. Cam eh) Biraf4-Lo, SSO.OOO. Philadelphia, Deo. 3. A fair was held last night at the Presbyterian Church, Broad and Oxford streets, to defray the expenses of a new organ. Early this morniog some decorations caught fire, and before the flames could be ex Ungulsed, everything combustible. In cluding the new organ, was destroyed, and nothing remained but the stone walls and steeple. The church cost $150,000 to buUd, about ten years ajrn. The damage Is estimated at $50,000, fully covered by Insurance. ENGLAND. Waata the Ember A aerlraa taitl Henavei. London, Deo 3. The Times says: It concerns the Interests of Canada that the embargo planed upon United States cattle imported Into this country, should be removed, for at present a large source of profit to the Dominion railways, shippers and middlemen. Is lost owing to Its existence. CANADA. everaaaea Ageats Deceiving Eavl Bratata. Montreal. Deo. 3. The Dominion Government Agents In England are aeverely censured for the deoeit prao Uoed in sending emigrants out to this country. Fifteen men of this class are ot jct of charity In this city. THE INDIANS Attack aat Drive en a Herd el rattle. Kawllne, Wyoming, Deo. 3 A mail In from White Blver this morning brings the news that on the night ot November 30th the Indiana attacked and drove in the herders In charge of the herd of bef from which tbe com mand was supplied with meat at White Blver camp, and drove off the entire herd. Wealae Praallltlea. Washington. Dec 3. Indications for the Tennessee and Ohio Valleys: Variable winds, colder, cloudy weather and numerous rains, followed In west ern portions by partly cloudy weather. Ark. Health good In this localitr. Mr J. T. Gist and lady ot Union City are visiting their filends at Arba tbU week. A great mcy of the farmers in this vicinity are still feeding their hog., thinking that the price will be better than it has been. Jesse F. Parker has moved to Foun tain City. Arba looses and Fountain City gains a valuable citizen. Dr. E. K- Helner has moved to Ha gerstown, where he will engage in the practice ot his profession. G. H. O P. Cbockkb, Jeweler, 5 N. 5.h St. t ITT HALL. Ooe cow was found wandering, on the streets last evening and was driven to the pound. A eouple of young ladles, who have been regarded with suspicion for some time paat, were observed eomlngout of a saloon on North Fifth street, ac companied by two men, at an early hour thU morning. The quartette were arrested, and the women taken to the Home for Friendless and the men to the station house. This morning two other women, associates of those-arrested, were also taken In. The charge of wandering prostitutes was slatjjd against all four." but at their request nor was , there a trial. All bat one admitted , that their - conduot had been improper, and they promised to deport themselves correctly hereaf. ter. As it was their first aDpearanoe the Mayor let them go, assuring them, however, that the charge still remained, add If any improper conduct was no ticed hereafter they would be arrested upon It. One of the men arrested was a stranger in the city, anl gave satisfactory proof that he had been ''taken In," consequently be was re leased; the other, who was presumed to know the status of the girls, was nned. matob's cocbt. Alfred Orant, a eolored man, who has long been considered as a suspicious character, was found In a stall at the fair grounds, lat night, with seven dressed chickens in his possession. He refused to tell how he came by theai. further than they had been given to him to sell by a woman, and should he mention her name It would break up a now happy famly. He was taken to the station house.aod this mcrnlng be was tried on the charge of vagrancy, and was sent to the county jali for seven days. Dyke Moore, a young lad, was ar rested for creating a disturbance on Fifth street, near the post-office, last eveuing and taken to the station house. He was released on prjtnlse of good behavior hereafter. Couk everybody little, big. young. old. tat, and lean and be tided at the Light Guard supper, to morrow even log, at the Grand Opera House. Sup p r from five to cine o'olock. , Jlaaonle. At a stated eommunloatlon of Milton Lodge, Mo. 108, held last Saturday evening, the following officers were eleoted for the ensuing year: E. B. Vavman W W VST T Q XH D. B. Lelbhardt, J. W.; Mark Brown, Treasurer; L. Htggtubottom. Secre tary; Thomas HuuLTjletf,r-rTb,are will I tli evening OI the 27 th lnst. Tni Jones Brothers have formally taken possession of the Huntington House, and Mr. Huntington and family have moved out. The Messrs. Jones are old hotel men and have the reputa tion of keeping a first-class house. They have sold the Beece Houee at Kenton, Ohio, and will remove to Klch mond with their families In a few days. Wilson's shirts to order; Simon Fox. Parties who have made donations to the Light Guards' supper will please have them ready by 11 o'clook to mor row morning. War, war. war, on turkeys, oysters, and other good things, at the Grand Opera House to-morrow evening. Peeled evaporated peaches, new currants, raisins, prunes, and as fine a lot of canned gooda as can be found In the city. - A. W. Meyer A Co. Oranoes,25o. a dozen. A Co. A. W. Meyer d3 dwf&a. Jenkins, the jeweler, will open the largest stock ot jewelry for the boll days that was ever ehown in Klch mond. The wholesale stock will arrive on the 18th. Jcbt reoelved, choice lemons, 30o. a dozen. A. W. Myer A Co., under Phillips Hall. The Light Guards' Band, Railroad Quartette, and Connor's Orchestra, will render some of their finest selections at the Light Guards' supper and oon cert to-morrow evening. alt in Kxkwortht, brother of John R Kenworthy of this city, died at West Elkton, Ohio, Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Kenworthy and fam ily and Mrs. Samuel Bellls went to West Elkton last evening to attend the funeral, which occurred to-day. Choice new figs, only 15c. a pound. A. W. Meyer A Co. Wilson's shirts to order; Simon Fox. LlKbt Swards' Ripafraaa Caaeert. As It Is Impossible for the committee on solicitations for refreshments to see all who would be willing to contrib ute to the supper, anything sent around to the Grand Opera House by 3 o'clock will be duly appreciated by the boys. F. W. Marchant. Chairman of Com. A choice article of dried blackberry. A. W. Meyer A Co. Bey WaalMl. By making application to A. M. Daw eon, general secretary ot Y. M. C. A-, a German boy, aged from 12 to 16 years, f mviuf hratir- brlsht and energet ic, can secure a position la one ot oar K.at Arv trnttdn housM as errand . boy with opportunity to learn the dry goods business, only a gooo. reuaoie boy need apply, itererenees requureu Fine Catawba grapes. A.W. Meyer A Co. c3-wra. A good supper, enlivened by splen did music, to-morrow evening at the Grand Opera Houee. the rom houe. The gloomy weather has had a very depressing influence upon butlceea at the court house to-day. If AltRlAGK LICENSES Have been Issued to: John J. Baker and Margaret Johnson, Whitewater. HarrlsonShaner and Mary E. Will; low, Richmond. CIBCTJIT COCBT JUDGE BIBB ST, PBR- 81DIXO. Nothing bat routine business at tended to In this court this morning COMKI8BI02TKBS' COTJBT. The following allowances have been made: John Bowman, trustee, expense of poor of Jefferson township, $87.30: John A. Markley, trustee, expense of poor of J ackson township. $326 86; over seeing the poor. $15 10; Jonathan Jar re, trustee, expuase of poor of Web ster township, $53.10; overseeing ths poor, $4; f: OtMacphersoDvfeerrlces as County Superintendent, $358; Wm H. Trlndle, Sheriff, boarding prisoners, $45 30; Brannon & Hawkins, Ice for court bouse, $25; Daniel Weaver, trus tee, expenae of poor of Ablngtan town ship. $74 61; John C. Hadley, trustee, expense of poor of Wayne township, $1,475.61; Jesse Greenstreet, trustee, expense of poor of Perry township, C83 42; J. A. Commons, trustee, ex pense of poor of Centre township, $221 94; superintending poor, $25; John Prltchett, medical attendance of poor, 20.00. , , BEAIj ESTATE TRAK6FZBS. Wm. B. Ebrlte and wife to T. E A B W. Clark, the west half of the south east quarter of section 29, township 18, range 13 east; $2,600. Beese Mendeuhall to Wm. Kale, part of the northeast quarter of seoLlon 28, township 14, range 1; $2 400. Jonathan Mitchell to John S. Harris, part of the northwest quarter of sec tion 3, towneMp 17, range 14 east; $3600. Letters patent, signed by James Monroe, President, patent deed to Samuel Stevenson, jr.. tbe southwest quarter of section 30, township 17, range 14. Josoph Smithmier to Chas. H. Coffin, lot 128 In Schwegman's addition to Klchmond; $500. First and foremost among externa curatives of pain Is Thomas' EiatCTiuc Oil. Nor Is it less esteemed as a rem edy for coughs, pains, swellings, corns, bunions, etc. It Is an economic as well as inexpensive article, since the results produced by It necessitates the use only of a small quantity. The reg ular advertisement should be carefully perused. Sold wholesale and retail by a. u. jjuken & Co. ServeU Thcin Itlgbt. It becoming noised around that there would be something Involving the rep utation of several persons, on trial in the Mayor's offloa this morning, the Inhhv In tha f Amnla nf 1n.Hf. raa CXftwdd ttL hnnr f nslergpj;ft "oi-oTtA! Ses.. from thv,rtrlni. bis teens, crowding for front placs. When the time arrived for the Investi gation, the Mayor wisely had the inter ested persons taken to his private office, and ordered tbe door locked, thus depriving the anxious crowd from enjoying the feast they anticipated. Wilson's shirts to order; Simon Fox. Tbe Vtlj Carriage febop Is the best and cheapest place to get a fine carriage, phaeton or buggy. Re pairing done at lowest rates. s20c'tt P. Schneider. Wilson's shirts to order; Simon Fox. Elwood Moore, formerly of Spice land, cousin of John Moore ot our city, has come to Klchmond to make his home. He has located a blacksmith shop n Main, near the corner of Seventh street, and will prove a valu able acquisition to our force ot iron workers. There Is comfort In store for per sons troubled with lame back, rheu matic pains, corns or bunions,who com mence without delay a course of Thomas' Electric Oil, and followed up systematically until relief Is obtained. Th y who read this should also peruse the advertisement In another column of this paper. Note Eclectrie, seleot ed and electrized. Sold wholesale and retail by A. G. Luken A Co. Geo. Bishop, who has been visiting the various lodges of Odd Fellows in Wayne and adjoining counties In the inteieat of the Odd Fellows' Provident Association, reports that he Is meeting with encouraging success in procuring members to the Association. In order to give a quietus to a back ing cough, take a dose of Thomas' Electric Oil thrloe a day, or oftener If the cough spells render It necessary. This Inestimable and widely esteemed remedy also cures crick In the back, rheumatic complaints, kidney ailments, pains, etc It Is used Inwardly and outwardly. A reference to advertise ment In anotner part or tma paper is recommended. Note E Uetric, select ed and electrized. Sold wholesale and retail by A. G. Luken A Co. horn Durham cow yesterday from Am- oroee tiuoy. paying lor ner &;. Air. Simpson b customers always get gooa mtik, and will now get better than ever. Wilson's shirts to order; Simon Fox. AitBaergartrB. The winter term of the Richmond Kindergarten, corner ot Eighth and Main streets, will commence Monday, December 1st. Tuition reduced. Chil dren will be taken to and from the eehooL Parents desiring to place their children in the school can learn ail particulars by calling at the room be tween 9 am. and 12 m.. or at tbe reel denceot Miss Mamie Dennte, direct ress. 41 North Marlon street. t23dl Wilson's shirts to order; Simon Fox. Cheap carriages, phetons and bug gies at No. 9 South Marion street. Re pairing done at lowest rates. aiodtf P. Schneider. ! Amono tbe pains and aches cared J with njrvloaa rapidity by Thomas' Electrio Oil is ear-ache. The young are specially eubject to it. and the de sirability of fill oil as a family remedy Is enhanced by thejet that It is admi rably adapted .not only to the above ailment, but also fto the hurts, disor ders of the bowels ana affections of tbe throat to which the. young are espe cially subject. 'Additional facts in our advertisement. Sold wholesale and retail by A. G. Luken A Co. A. M. Smith.' of the Cincinnati Daily TuitA, Is la this city looking for busi ness for hi paperK Pereons who wear red flannel under clothing should pull down the blinds before retiring. A red glare In the win dow has often oalled out the entire fire department. Philadelphia Chroni cle. ; t . , . Wrxsos's Fox. shira to to order; Simon -', "lartallljr. There werlDl9aths in the olty ot Richmond during the month of Novem ber from the following causes: - Diph theria, 1; phtiels pulmonalls, 1; apo plexy, 1; convulsions, 2; congestion of brain, 1; dropsy, U bronchitis. 1; pneu monia. 1; accident, foreign eubstanoe in trachea, 1. Of the deceased ten were minors and two adults, three males and nine females, and ail were wuite. Three atli births were report ed. Among the curiosities of trade and production that-have so often puzzled the national economist la the exporta tion of raw cotton to England and Its Importation in the manufactured etate, at the same time that Lowell, Nashua and Fall River have means and appli ances for making the same goods. The question Is. however, being solved by the quantities of cotton goods import ed decreasing yearly, the proportion of home manufactures over foreign being uniformly and steadily Increasing. A similar movement has been going on with cutlery and steel pens. A few years ago an American eteel pen was unheard of and unknown. Now there Is scarcely a sohool boy but who has test ed or heard of an Esterbrook Steel Pen, the best known and most widely approved of American makes. Every bookseller and Stationer ket ps them. WeUdrBkT Ckliaee. Mr. Harrison Sbanar and MUs Mary E. Wtcklow having prooured the dooument that entitled them to perform the re matnder of Ufe' journey as husband and wife, called at the Pearl Street M. E. parsonage last evening, and the marriage ceremony was neatly and ex peditiously performed by the Rev. Mr. V lgus. Wilson's shirts to order; Simon Fox. . Evert one is cordially Invited to vltdt the Etgle C&h Store,-Thursday, Denember 4th. afi which time will be plseed on sale and attractive liaes ot fct tt.iay gfcodtfMhClo M4a.a hooa. our varied iJZ'jflt of notions, fat cy goods, cashmeres, silks, sattns, milli nery, etc , an inspection of which will repay a visit. Bring your pocket-book, as we shall sell as usual. Doors open from 9am to 9 p. m. tLwooD hadley. Use home brand canned goods and co Bee. novl2dlm Wilson's shirts to order; Simon Fox. J. M. Westcott A Co. yesterday presented each ot their employes with a ticket to the Light Guards' supper and concert, and we understand that C. P. Peterson & Co., have also done the same thing. One Experleaee I rom flx. "I had been eiok and miserable so long, and had caused my husband so much trouble and expense, no one seemed to know what ailed me, that I v.a nnmnlAtalv jllah AllrtAn ftd and dlfl- couraged. Iu this fiame of mind I got a Dottle or nop rsuters tun useu vueio unknown to my family. I soon began to Improve and gained so fast that my husband and family thought it strange and unnatural, and when I told them n- H - , huH Kj.lrA1 fnA thAV fiftlil FT II Tfft h for Hop Bitters 1 long may they pros- . .. . . per, ror tney nave maae momer wen and us happy." The Mother. Wilson's ehlrts to order; Simon Fox Dead. The ten year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank YoungBesh, Bridge street, who has been suffering with dropsy for several months, died suddenly yester day afternoon. The mother was giving the child a bath, according to tbe di rections of the physician, when the eul ferer requested her mother to remove her from tbe tub, as she felt very strangely. She did so, wben the child expired almost immeaiaieiy. ins oe reaved parents have the symyatby of the community in their sad efll'.otion. Don't forget the David Anderson benefit, Friday night, and tell your friends that It is their duty to give the old man a lift. No more deserving case has ever been presented to our people, and we feel confident that they will respond liberally. Wky Wear MaateraT They may relieve, but they can't cure that lame Lack, for the kidneys are the trouble and yea want a remedy to act directly on their secretions, to purify and restore their neauny conaiuon. Kidney-Wort has that specific action and at the same time It regulates the bowels perfectly. Don't wait to get tick, but get a package to day, and cure yourself. eaeral final at ladlaaapalia, Taea dar,DKar tfc.lST. Lt all good citizens of Indiana hie themselves to the State Capital on Tuesday, December 9tb. and join In the grand reception to Indiana's disting uished guest. General U. S. Grant. Preparations are being made for a magnificent ovation to America's first citizen and soldier. The P-, C. A St. L. Railway Co. Pan Handle Route will sell excursion tickets at popular rates on December 9th, 'or the benefit of those deelring to attend the reception. For time ot train and low rates, see posters and small bills. 28dtf CLOAKS AIMD DO LP A MS! LARGE STOCK TO BE CLOSED OUT CHEAP. SHAWLS, from 25c. up to the Finest. BLANKETS. S1.50, 02, $2,50, S3 and up to 01 0 Per Pair for California Blankets. DRESS GOODS, Extra Large Stock Just Received. C5 TEJL 3P he tt s s Oil Cloh9, Rugs Mats. Ottomans, Laca Curtaine, Wicdow Shades and Fixtures, all new and cheap. LARGE STOCK OF HOLIDAY COODS-Must Be Sold. Call acd see our New Goods, and get bargains. J. FORKWERy 270 Main St., Richmond. Ind. MARKETS ir TELECRAF H. UKAIH AID PKUDCrK H1SHCTK. BaltlaiaK Mark. Baltimore, reo. S. Flonr firm and quiet; weHiern aupornue, H 7V(6 60, do extra, a 75 ($6 25; do tuailly, M 75,37 2a. Wheat, west ern, mruug and higher; No. a western win ter red, axt and .December, f 1 4t(dl 60; January, i &1&1 brl; February, 1 64(4 64. Corn, wuo.eru, Btroog ana steady; western mixed, apot and iteoember, 6A4 Kie; new, flue ; J anuary, Wotc; steamer 67c. Ula. steady; weMtern wtiite. 4oi7e: western mixed, HfHilxi; Pennsylvania, 46a 47c. Kye, quiet; SO(N3. Provision, firm and active lor Job ToW. Mens poik.fUOU. Kum, firm; f.eah, 24c; limed, l(altMs. t offee, tut; Rio cargoes, 14Ml7t. KuRar, steady; A soft, lt)clS5 Receipt Wheat, 86,aju oushela; corn, 2S.0W buNb. Hhipmeots Wheat, bush.; corn, uoue. Hales Wheal, 6iu,au buauels; oorn, none. vaieaara alarkoa. Chicago, Dec. S. Wheat strong and higher; f 1 244 bid for cash; II ,y ir Deoemaer; ft 'X ind lor January. Corn strong and excited. 40Vc bid tor cash; 4Uo for Decem ber; lc bid tor Januaiy; io bid lor May. Ualsnunand hlaher; 83!o bid lor cash; He for January; 37c bid for May. Rye. firm. Barley, Arm. for strong and higher; IU 6u bid for caHu;U3 ) bid for January; IS 40 for February. Lard excited and high er; 17 62 bid for cash; (7 t7 bid for Jan uary; 7 HO for February. Whisky, higher; 1 11. Hoss Receipt. 53jOUO head; maikvt orra and 10c higher; light, in good demand; 4U64 tit; heavy, alow;M lOgH 85; shipping and Philadelphia, si 264 OO.CatUe Re ceipt. 4,400 head; market almOHt at a stand still; shippina, 13 70(3 80; butchers' 2003 40; feeders and Blockers, 2 404800. Itw vara alarmat. New York, Dec. S- Flour firm: receipt, 25,OUU bbls.; sales 16,010 bbls.; S6 705 U0 for common to extra western; round hoop un changed. W heat, HOita better; rather quiet; receipts, 3fiU,000 bush; sales. 104,100 bush No. 2 northwest, cash. (1 ). Cora quiet and unchanged; receipts, 4MJJ00 bush.; sales, 30,000 bush; 6tfDo Barley firm. (Jala quiet; receipt. 28.000 bnak salea26JJUV bush - irdde-ire-il'y TitfnrrTlBM. Bait Vaja7. f ineette, (tic wdiujt, .1 in. ougar, crusn ed, 105lu. KfTXS, 1727o. Petroleum, crude 7$4SXc; reflnert,K?cTallow,6?B; t'oal fairly active. 1-ealhei very firm. Wool active. (Jlaeiaaatl Mara as. Inoi-icaM. Dec. 3 flour, steady; 8 00 6 2i for raiuily;7l'0 for fancy. Wheat, strong; 12N1 Uu. Corn, quiet; 4043o. OaU strong: 3h37o. Pork, firm; f i3 6013 75. Lard, nu settled; t7 "b& 00 a-ked. Hulk meats, firm; iiDCharjged. Bacon, unchanged. Ureen meats, unsettled; sides, 6jc; hams, 7c. Whisky, firm; fl 10. Talatta asratt, ToieJo, Decembers Wheat strong; No. 2 red Wabash, cash, SIS3H: January, (1 VTV. February, f 1 X);a. Corn firm; high mixed, new, 4 1 No 2, 41c old ; seller, May, II 47: Ua i nominal. Clover seed, (rime, S5 20 asked; 5 10 b.d. Cleveland, Dec 3. -Market firmer; q no tably unchanged; standard white, 110 dev. teat, !. Light Guards' eupoer, to-morrow evening. Admission, 35 ceota. Married, Oa tbe 3J lnet., by Rev. A. Jachaon, Mr. James J. Baker, of Whitewater, to Mr 3. Margaret Johnson, of Indianapo lis. HUNTINGTON HOUSE! The undersigned Jiave purchased the furniture of the Huntington House, and leased the building for ten years. It is our intention to locate perma nently in Richmond, and we shall endeavor to merit the patronage of her citi zens. JO.XES BROS., Formerly of Recce House, Kenton, 0. d-cTdSm TOO LATE It soon will be. The rice of more than half m the price of Iron is more than we can stand. For a ears' short time only we will receive orders at old prices, viz : S Ton Wagon Scales $&. All Iron and steel. Sold on trial freight paid by no no money asked till tested and found satis factory. All siies. - JONES OF BINCHAMPTON. (V- - ItikgAamptoH, Jf. 71 DOTld4wTioT20w4t $10 TO 5l000i-i every month. Book sent free explaining every thing. Address BAXTER a CO, Bankers, T Wall street. Nw York. E. P. SMITH ERS Veterinary Surgeon RATJCATK of Ontario Canada) Veterinary VI College. Omea aver Bead A Hons' hard- wars store entrance on Franklin street. Treats all diseases of bonus, cattle other domestaaleq animals. All nan telegraph or mail orders from ary part at wayne or aajouung eoanaea promptly as- tended to. Every uma or mot umawa am spavlns tousled. aad a ear guaranteed eras anarge. no cnaxga Mr axanuaaaon. &u anoae oa teeth properly performed. SOOD FACTS TAILED EItffi IBUJSIIVaESS. Advertising is a good thing, and has made many a man rich, but when, a anxious for trade, and got and can not do, he very often starts a boomerang that flies back and knocks the wind out of him, in stead of a boom. A business experience of many years has taught me that it is useless to advertise unless you can make your claims good, and I do not pretend to Iiave a branch of someVbig wholesale house, or to carry a $20,000 stock, or to sell twenty per cent, below actual cost; of ready-made Overcoats and Ulsters of the most fashionable makes, and in all the stylish kinds of goods, that I am selling lower than the same grade of goods are sold elsewliere in Richmond. Among the novelties are reversible Ulsters, that can be worn either side out, Scotcli Cassimeres, genuine Car Mel tons and Ulsterettes. . The cheapest place in town for OYSTERS IS at Street & Dawson's. POWERS COME AND SEE ME. Mats Btraat, asar Fifth. GIB SCOTT GIB SCOTT'S Chocolate .... Cream Candies are une- CHOCOLATE CANDIES! qualed anywhere. Try them. Hot and Cold soft-water Baths at THE the new 1 Dorado Bath House, west side North Fifth street, near jgi JQpQ decltf TTTMr? QTT TT We invite the attention of the v Ci oiioc gentlemen to our beatiful line Ma . n of fine silk scarfs and ties. N EC K W E A R perry & ashxey. deeMtf AMUSEMENTS. Phillips' Opera House! Wednesday Eve's:, December 3, 1879 John M. Biekey baa the honor to announce ute appearance as aoove or tne real istic Ameticao Comedian, Mr. B. jMacauley In bit delightful portraiture of qnaint char acter. aa UNCLE DAN'L" Bapported by bis own excellent company of Comedians. ia r A. iocas s new ana typical American Comedy-Drama, A Messenger -FBOM Jarvio Seciion! Admission, 36e. and 50a. ; Beasrrad seats. 75a. Bee erred seat sale will eomaaenee Monday rooming. Daeembes 1st, at S o'elock. at Brown- mercJtant becomes overly advertises what lie has not but I have a large stock IVSTERG. THIS DEUGG18T HAM A NICE BELKOTION OF FINE HOLIDAY GOODS! mCIAJLTXES. AdvarUa aahi lot aval lns.feanta. AKTKB A famished for single rentleman. Central Anar.es oasStUt P.O. Boxfl2.eity. FVI MLB. FJi B SALE A pair of good driving Borsea and set of doable harness. WU1 sell to gether or separata. Inquire at Ko. ss nortn nrta street, Jtienmond. B BALK One of the leading giusssf laea ia tbe citv. Beasoa lor aelHng. have other bnsreess that requires attention. Adores GB0CB Y. Sara Palladium, oaiaadtf IOW XT TO UOA.M. m roan to loam-Ob ever iJX oi personal propartv and artiatei aa, St J. bTbTAJIB BOITB, WLW want ani sii Dr. Keon Ho. 173 South Clark street, Chi cago, is itiii treating private, aer vooa. chronie and spsslsl ahsw eaaes. spermatorrhea, lxn potency (sexual iaaapnattyt. fiats I dia sasis.sts Conaultatlon ssrsua- ally or by letter free. Oreen book. lUnitastea. SOe. rineat Olnstrsted book extant. MS page a. poBspald, gl. (VIr. Ksan ia the only pbysi etan in the city who warrants curs or aa pay Tsa be cnrd bv t he xmi tinned use of Oannna'a Cod Liver Oil aad l-a-Ihevejalaa f Liar, a cure for Coosunrpcion. Coughs. Colda, Atfaat, Broncbitte, sad all Scnofuloas IHeraw. 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