The Talk at Washington.
Washington, June 17.—While very
liti e political talk is heard here but
Cleveland and Flower and Flower and
Cleveland, the friends of other candi
dates appear to draw fresh hope from the
New York weil of discord. From the
conflicting reports from Saratoga the
inference is drawn that. Cleveland and
Flower are iu a fair way lo use
other up. Th^re is a general disposition
in Congres among Democrats to accord
Cleveland the first. place at Chicago.
There is practical unanimity on this
point, but the opinion is found upon
the hypoth-sis that Cleveland will
tO'jeive the substantial backing of his
Flower Is i n 1 ad odor here, where he
is known as a good, fatbrained fellow
with a barrel of money. The genera,
supposition that Flower is proceeding!
upon the White House on the European
plan (paying for what he gets)
a positive feeling which would make
him n impossibility under any cir
, um ■fiancee. It attracts only the howl
ers and strikers. The probability of
Flower beating Cleveland is what
entourages the other boomers.asFlowi-r
at Chicago is counted nothing, while
Slocum*s friends are disposed to retire
to quiet corners and hug themselves be
cause of the situation.
The McDonald boys are doing some
tall tongue work. The fact is, McDon
ald's chances materially improve as
Cleveland's fade from view. As be
tween Cleveland and McDonald, the
friends of both are for the other respec
tively. Before Tilden declined Mc
Donald seemed to have the age. Then
the Cleveland boom obscured the ludi
apparently disappearing,the McDonald
boom bobs up serenely.
McDonald seems to concentrate more
of the Congressional opinion than any
Other one man outside of Cleveland.
Inconsequence of this, the friends of
McDonald are not averse to seeing Cleve
land sacrificed in New York,
the choice of a Wester
probability and no Western candidate
can bring forward the strength and pop
ularity possessed by McDonald,
Morrison is very objectionable to all
save a few' tariff reform cranks. Morri
son himself admits that he has no show
for either the tirst or second place. He
admits it wiili a three story sigh and
saya the Randall crowd laid him out.
It is very sad. The ot her Western can
didates, Field, Uosecraus and Payne,
are only possibilities and count for
nothing serious. An effort has bean
recently made to galvanize the good
man who weighs 250 pounds, but his
old friends even do not enthuse over
The memory of stingy Bill English is
revived by association and the Demo
cracy t^rns sick at the recollections *>f
the last national defeat. Bayard is put
forward with apologies for his record
and is considered no longer a possi
bility. To recapitulate briefly, if is
Cleveland if we can, McDonaM if we
Now, as the latter is
ian ot more
The concluding game -u the seri
three, bet wee
Active clubs, yesterday,
by about 50U persons, bu
not near so interesting ;i
fore, although, In th*»
when the sc,ore was
siasm began re nxert i
Cusick were the baft©
team, and did effect
Meegan, for tin* vnio
than in any previous
mington made 11 Li's
bases and 12 error-*, w
are credited with x sit
of 10 bases an 1 ■ err rs. The sc
th«* day he
■ to* the
■>. was hit harder
rirh a total
0 0 0 5 1 0—7
3 1 10 3 14 x—11
2; two-base hits, Basil,
hits, Snyder, Jacoby: home r
Closkey, Xol an: left on bast
ton 6, Active 7: double pi
Bastian and Snyder, N
Bastian: struck ou\
.■s Wilmington 6, Actives
; three base
n, Uusiok and
, m : ti rst
base on balls, Wilmington, 2
passed ball.-, Ctthick, 3, Cullen,
hours and 1" minutes;
ard J. J*
time of game, 2
. \ rg:n
: : Ha
If- I" in. .
Record N i
< D, H ; No?
me, 1 j .
Bull.il .. - : Ch --g .
la d-Dctmlt. d :
4 : Hn.'
• Yo k- ('• I .
it n. .
Wasliingt n— WaslungUa, 7
: A He;
BaPl ie i''. -• . St. I
tl Uincin .a'l V., 1; Stipule, I .,
Chester—CLester. 7 : Iter^tune, 1.
The Lantern Lea i
to-day, but will play
mlugton club will ii
• n - .If .lay
ho W i. —
nd will play thwo ga
s netting better, a <1
thought ho will be aide to play
Tilden Not Out of Itie Fight.
A New York correspondent to the
Philadelphia Ledger says : Strange as
it may seem, there is still a vague ex
date at Chicago, and that the thing
hat Tilden will be the candi
H-how brought about by spon
taneous combustion, so to speak—in
which case there is also a vague ex
pectation that the* statesman of Gra
mercy Park will receive the message
a call from his country, which leaves
• hut to waive his
>n, sacrifice his per
and accept the ^situ
cpertatiou is entertained by
mst intelligent of the
morally among the
important l'ai t, r, and when adroitly
used can he mndr to work out surpri
inatiy <*t lL«
delegates to th
and even inor
masses. Ir m;
A cakii .— ii
ferlng from I
tlons of youth, nerv
LL WiK) ARE ST ' F
errors and lndDcre
weakness, early de
of manhood. efe..l will send a recipe
J you, FREE OF < HAKGE.
at remedy whs <liscovered by a nds
c«. Send a Bolf-ad
KEV. JOSEPH T.
ew York Olty.
that will c
slowtry iu South Arner;
tl ecvolopo to the
INMAN, Station D, N
Those who want to spend a pleasant
day should go to-morrow on the Ep
worth Sunday school excursion on the
steamer John A. Warner,to Andalusia.
The grove is large and deeply shaded,
and the ride on the river will be ex
hilirariitg. Tickets 50 cents.
At Riddle** Banks.
What, is it ? Strawberry festival to
commence to-night. Delicious straw
berries ! Luscious ice cream 1 Pretty
well never mind; ten cents. *
lingers'tripple plated knives; knive*
at $2.75 and $3 per dozen. Walter H
Thompson, 315 Market street.
Fourth and Market.
The third and probably
the last invoice of those ele
gant Glace Silks, is now on
our counters. They come in
eight different colorings, dou
bled pin stripes, and are the
handsomest and best goods
for the money we ever offer
ed; 50 cents a yaidfrom 75c
insures a rapid sale on them.
WM. B. SHARP.
Silk Department,First Floor.
Among our linens we have
just marked to '25 cents each
fifty dozen splendid double
Damask Towels, which usu
ally sell for nearly twice the
money. They are hunting
scene centres, and rich Tur
key red and blue borders,
fringed; size, 47 inches long,
24 inches wide. A magnifi
WM. B. SHARP.
Linen Department, lUsetnem
We've made great reduc
tions for the balance of the
season in our Canton Mat
tings, and these cool and eas
ily kept iloor coverings for
summer use are now very
Seamless fancy, 50 cents, from H2Lj.
Best Llama, fancy, 40 cents, from 50
Best Cathay, fancy, 30 cents, from 4."
Heavy, fancy, 30 cents, from 40 cents.
Heavy, fancy, 25 cents, from 35 cents.
Medium, fancy, 16 cents, from 25
There's a large assortment
and many beautilul styles to
WM. B. SHARP.
Carpet Rooms, Second Floor.
Fourth and Market.
Here are some items that
must go :
75(1 Men's Bathing Suits,
$2 00 . •
40 Boys' Bathing Suits,$1.
ALL WOOL FAST COLOR.
220 Men's Seaside Coats,
211 Vests to Match, $1 00
146 Shirts to Match, $1 50
240 Hats to Match, 50c.
These are halfprices.Equal
bargainson manyother items.
Wanamaker - Brown,
rtah ■lull, N. E. cor. filxfh and Mar
bef Niroeu, I'hlladolpliia.
ELLIOTT, JOHNSON A CO. DE.
SIRE GOOD FIRST MORTGAGES,
FOR WHICH THEY NOW HAVE
MONEY READY. CAN PLACE AL
MOST ANY AMOUNT.
CASH PAID TOR LOCAL SECURI
Another new sales coun
ter on the lower door, be
tween the centre double
staircase and the new entrance
just off the Chestnut Street
Arcade. This extension is
for the Japanese pretty
things for summer house orn
amentation. What a j)leas
ant shopping place and cool
ing-off spot this roomy down
stairs floor is. Curious things
to see and not to buy unless
you really choose and say so
yourself. Nobody shall be
bored to buy goods here.
More than two thousand
different books are now pub
lished in the various cheap
libraries, at an average cost
of fifteen cents,
exceptions we have all of
Seaside Library, 1,845 numbers.
Seaside Library, Rocket Edition, 222
Franklin Square Library, 3ad num
Library, 305 numbers
Standard Library, 1 ID numbers.
Humboldt Library,50 numbers.
Young People's Library, 31 numbers.
Young Folks' Library,2 numbers.
Lei sure-Moment Series, 24 numbers.
These and all other books in paper
are on a counter by themselves in the
book corner, near Thirteenth street en
Buttenck Patterns for July
are ready. Among them
are six new styles of Bathing
Suits lor men, women and
children. An illustrated
price-list free on request.
The Claxton auction sale
put us in possession of a lot
of paper business men are al
G2 reams Full Letter size, $1.60 per
White Envelopes to match, $1.20 per
Our standard Note Paper, 48c. to $1
Note Paper with these stamped head
Come along to that cool
basement again. The Rus
tic Clmirs ami Settees are in
the Archway. Now tor a
This folding rocker with
carpet seat at 75c. is very de
sitable tor camp meetings.
When the 40 dozen we now
have are gone we will not be
able to replace them. No
more will be made.
A slat-back, splint seat
rocker at $1 is very cheap.
These two articles will be
found in the north section of
the lower floor,along with the
largest retail stock of Rattan,
Reed and Bent Wood chairs
we Unow of.
Full sets ol Reed furni
ture, cool, comfortable and
cheerful, can he furnished in
this department from $35 up.
These clear, cool, light
weight, good-looking chairs
are from the famous Bent
Wood Works of Vienna.We
are the sole consignees in this
city direct from the manufac
CHESTNUT, THIRTEENTH AND
MARKET STREETS AND
The Tram About Beverly.
'the report has by some means become
circulated that thel'nion M. E. Sunday
school on its excursion to Beverly was
not pleased with the place, because the
park was contracted, the tables and
seats few, and what there was had to be
paid for. This is an unjust and un
merited misrepresentation. True, the
park is not so large as the Andalusia
woods and the forty acres of woodland
on the Brandywine, but it is large
enough for any ordinary sized excur
sion, and it is a very beautiful and
While there was a scarcity of tables
and seats for 2000 excursionists there
was enough for small pic-nice, and the
managers set right to work to procure
more when they found the Union ex
cursion overrun them. It is not true
that anybody had to pay for the us© of
the tables and chairs. Upon the con
trary, those in charge were found to be
very polite and agreeable gentlemen,
willing to dodo all they could to ac
commodate all, and really went to work
and constructed a number of tables out
of hoards and frostles, without charg
ing anything for their trouble. It
must also be said that the managers of
the Park were extremely moderate iu
all the charges they made for eatables
or anything the excursionists wanted.
The only difficulty with the Union ex
cursion was that it was so unexpectedly
large that it overrun the park and
spread over the whole city of Beverly,
hey wero well pleased with the
place and the people.
A Slanderer Shol.
Princeton, 111., June 17.—Mrs.
Marcus Bryant, a middle-aged widow,
has for ten years lived in the old Bryant
mansion here, for many years occupied
by Cyrus Bryant, a brother of the late
William Cullen Bryant. When Cyrus
Bryant died he left considerable wealth
to his sou Marcus, who nut long after
After living happily several years,
Marcus died, leaving his wife and
several children to inherit his fortune.
The large ami lucrative business car
ried on by Mr. Bryant has since been
successfully continued by his widow.
She was hospitable and frequently en
tertained the best people of Princeton's
Among her hired help was John
Daley, >i good-looking man of 20. Re
cently Daley has been circulating
stories concerning Mrs. Bryant, which
not only cast odium upon that lady's
reputation, hut intimated that a crime
had been committed, which, if brought
to light, would land both in the peni
tentiary. Mrs. Bryant hearing of
the stories, wrote I)al».*v, offering to
give him a home or to furnish him with
sufficient means to leave the country.
McGinnis, a brother of Mrs. Bryant,
met Daley last night, and after a few
words shot him twice, each ball taking
effect in his head, cutting an artery and
destroying one eye. Daley ran a short
distance and then fell from the loss of
blood. He is now hovering between
life and death, with no hope of recovery.
After the shooting McGinnis went to
his sister's house, where, a few hours
later, he was arrested by officers ami
placed in jail.
No heed was paid to her
Who Fired Hie Nliota
In reference to the shooting affair in
the vicinity of Third and West streets
on Monday evening, the particulars of
which were published yesterday, no
additional facts have been received,
hut Mrs. Maria C. Hartman, who
lives at 309 West street, was given a
hearing before Squire O'Neill yester
day, charged with assault and battery,
and tiring upon some hoys from the
window of her house ou the even
ing iu question. There was no direct
testimony to show that she did the
shooting, although it was given in evi
dence that the shot was fired from the
window of Samuel D. Forbes' house,
where she resides, and that Hhe was
seen at the window when the shots
were tired. She was held in $100 bail
for ber appearance at Municipal Court.
Mrs. Hartman states that Hhe never
fired a gun off in her life and that being
at the window just after the shots were
llred was merely a coincidence.
We should never estimate the sound
ness of principles by our own ability to
defend them, or consider an objection
»h unanswerable to which
It is an absurd self-confi
> r, *DO'
miiee, fsjieeially in ;
young person, to
KUS 801*11 as l o
may find 1 imselt worsted in argument.
There is no defense against iiippant
sophiF-tiy so efleetual as an int-lligent
a bale e 'ii his
rii'»il*?nty. indued, genuine firmness < f
miml <• insists greatly in an habitual
recollection of our c
ers and acquirement
OKI World Happenlnir*i.
U.\ June 17.—Later advices say
Kl M.ihdi has appointed the present
Governor of Dougola Atneer of that
place, not his Ameer
ported. The Mahdi exhorts hi in
join liis standard if he hopes for sa!
and advises that he hold Dongola
f<»r l im if lm is able to do so, otherwise
u at El Obftid.
f, June 17.—European news
papers generally condemn the Anglo
French agreement concerning the
to join hi:
Cloiiufry Meat for Kale.
The property called the "Lombardy,"
situated on the Concord pike, Brandy
wine Hundred, advertised to be sold
Saturday next., is one of the most pleas
ant places In 'his section of the country.
Ir is high, and must he a very healthful
location. It may be sold at a low figure,
and therefore everyone wishing a coun
try residence will do well to attend the
sale. The property will he divided into
three tracts, and the terms will be made
James C. Morrow lias rouiovi*) hiR
flour and feed business to bis now store
at tho southeast corner of Twelfth and
From streets, whore tie will keep iri
stock tne best brands of flour, also mill
, Krain, bay, straw, and everything
in ln» line of business, at reasonable
prices. He has in stock the new " ISan
oer " llrand of Flour. Give him a call,
and try a sample at 25 cents and ire!
a fan. 14
aoimior Fay no a Candidate.
CI.r.vi.I. and, O., June 17.—It is pub
licly announced here to-night tb at the
candidacy ot Henry J!. Fayne for the
l'residency has assumed
tions that he will be a leading man at
the Chicago Convention. The managers
of the Payne boom have been at work
quietly and have secured pledges from
many delegate* who cloak themselves
under the names of other candidates.
Weak and undeveloped parts of the human
body enlarged, developed and strengthened,
etc., in an interesting advertisement long rnn
In our paper. In reply to Inquiries we wll
say that there Is no evidence of humbuir
about this. On the contrary, the advertisers
aro very highly endorsed. Interested
ton may get sealed circulars, giving al
particulars by addressing Erie Medical Co.
P. O. Box 613, Buffalo, New York.—Toled
Evening Dee. al5^eod-20t
A Kail road lo lb* River.
Of the real improvements in the city
of Wilmington none are more important
in one sense than the extension of the
Wilmington Northern Railroad to
the Delaware river. We hav
been accustomed to getting to the river
iu any way at all that we can hardly
conceive the great advantages to be de
rived from the opening of the Wilming
ton & Northern Railroad, and the
building of a large and commodious
wharf on the West side. Instead of
taking the Husie McCall to meet the
Republic in mid-river, nil Wilming
tonians will have to do hereafter will be
to take the W. & N. c
at the J\, W.
& B. station, and in a few minutes they
will ho on the wharf awaiting tho ar
rival of the Republic.
This makes close and sure connec
tions without any extra charges, the
fare to Capo May being only one dollar,
Though a road to the river is
long talked about, this is the first prac
tical step towards the consummation of
that desired object. It is hoped that
arrangements will bo made soon by
which all the boats plying up and
down the river, and even ocean stet
ers will stop at the W. & N. wharf.—
May we not hope that this epoch in the
history of Wilmington is but the begin
ning of a series of riverside improve
ments that will soon line our whole
river front with wharves, warehouses,
manufactories and shipyards, with
commodious streets leading to the same.
The enterprise, push and pluck of the
Wilmington N: Northern Railroad Com
pany is to be congratulated by a Wil
Saturday seventy-five cents.—
A Pueflcal Contribution.
This morning a barefooted boy entered
the Republican sanctum and laid a
little piece of folded paper upon the ta
ble of the local editor* and before any
remarks could be made he was gone.
Opening the paper a "quarter" and
the following poetical lyric not without
merit was discovered:
the Bower sends wafted
P rom tho nursing mother tree,
Toll we can. wherever planted.
What tho harvesting will he.
from the blasting thistle,
there gathered golden grain,
T hus the seal tho child reeeivoth,
I rem lt.s mother will remain,
P e-r Uod
A clear conscience Is Letter than gold."
* F. K.
1 not man :
MOUNT—PASS—In thin city, on the 5th
last., by Kev. E. L. Hubhatd. Mr. uscarlL
Muunt toJMils Lor * **
DOUGHTEN.—In thlRclty.or. the 17th l^t.,
Wni. Doughten, In the 07th year of tillage.
Relatives and frlonae are nH.ieotfullv iu
vi ted to attend the funeral fro
residence, 733 Madison giro t, on Friday
morning, June 20th, Services at tlie house
Thursday evening at 8 o'rio'k. Meet at the
house at 8,30
take tralu on Delaware Ritil
adjo a.jiL. Interment at (JdtfBa. Del. 1
AFTERNOON BOAT FOR PHILADELPHIA.
ON AND AFITK
THURSDAY, JUNE 10.
Saloon Steamer Norwood
Will leave Shipley
street wharf lor Phila
delphia dully at 4 p.m.,
and BiUingsnort each
way. Returning leaves
Arch street wharf, Philadelphia, at 7.46 a. m.
Freight received all day at Philadelphia
and carried at reasonable rate.*
Fere. 25c ; excursion ticket, 40c. Arrange
tnonts have been made whereby excurion
tickets of steamer Norwood can be used on
steamer Mary Morgan. jelS-tf
NEW ROUTE TO CAPE MAT
Wilmington and Northern Itallroad
AND THE STEAMER REPUBLIC.
COMMENCING THURSDAY, JUNE 19,
Train will leave P.. W.
A H. It. K. ftation dai
new wharfon the Dels Lti
M 45 a.
•Ivul of the bout
\ H. K. K. Station.
M l 'Sit: by Professor Sinclair'? Bend.
aln will leave ttie wharf
to tho P., W
FARE FCR ROUND TRIP
1 iVFliAL DES1KABLE PPf)PKK'«'D-S
t Hthoboth Beueii !l
n. Veryllttlo money
t'tic* 6u yurdri of oc«t
Ii, B. VAN DEG l< I FT'.
Beal Estate Airei f.
S. E. Gor. Sixth and Milph >
N THE PITH ,*J SM ALL
V 11. Gl
. l.Jl *76.
11 hr given to
••elnts if left »
I IW-A GOLD NETK CHAIN, M 1 I'll
J locket, either on the Kunncr M'.rv
1 1 Third
-Vest Third street u
r ou the w ;
urned to 6
suitable reward will he given.
A NEAT, HALF-GHOWN GIRL wants
a situation to help in housework in a
small family. Will give satisfaction In her
wo r k. Apply at 1137 Peach etroet, South
ANTED-A MIDDLE-AGED WOMAN
for general housework In afunall fam
ily. Apply ac 400 E. Oth street, with refer
I jTjR KENT—STOKE AND FIXTURE'
in good order. AI no 2 rooinn.elthcr will
be rentO'l separately. Apply at 105 Shipley
street., or next door, at 107 Shipley at. )18-2t*
TjWK KENT-NEW STOKE AND DWKL
JU Unit corner of 13th and Clayinont stn.
A good stand for business Apply to WM.J
FISHEK, 6<i2 Whip ley stroet.
W E HAVE 100 KITS OFCHOHJENU.
2 mackerel, which we are gelling at
75c only half price. Guaranteed. We want
to buy country flitch, at BUCKINGHAM'S
Montand Shipley. ilu-4td-Uw '
W ANTKIi-AN KKriCIENT WUKK
tnv liousftbecper far a tren'leiran's
limae without family. Ai.ply, with rotor,
cme, J. l.D, No 410 Murk't street, |lst|
A SMART. TRUSTFUL HOY, FIF
teen years of age, wants a situation
run errands or In a clger store. Apply
reach street, South Wilmington. j
W AMhI)_A HOY 14 OR 1,1 YKAKS
ulil to torvo milk. Aililrcss M , this
onioe ;___ il8-3t*
U' } H * s A LE—2 THOROUt } HBED J EK
I K*y bull calves. Ai.ply to Mrs. Theo.
Pogers, New Castle Ko«d.
71DR SALE—UHEAP, A ^El' OF FLY
- mg horses. Apply
311 E. f.th st.ls-4*
W A nHT : , ,, w A IRKI1 w Ai
__ ter at No. 124 K ing street. j!7-2t
GOOD WHITE OATS!
WINTER WHEAT BRAN !
BEST CUT BAY 1
and everything In the feed line,
GOOD AND FRESH,
Ask ua for quotations wlicn
ANOTHER LOT OF
In Black, Cardinal, Gar
net and Navy Blue. Sizes
30 to 40. Much better qual
ity than last lot and finished
with cuffs. By tar the cheap
est Jersey ever offered, only
90 CENTS EACH,
CROSBY & IIILL,
220 and 222 Market Street
We invite special attention
to a lot of Summer Silks in
checks and stripes, more than
twenty different styles and
colors, purchased for cash
much under regular price,
which we will sell at 55c.,
former price, 75c.
A Real Guinet Black Silk
for 75c., worth $1.00. A
Real Guinet Black Silk for
$1.00, worth $1.25. These
are two splendid numbers.
The quality and price will
surprise you, being remarka
In all the esirable cM
47C., 55C..62 C..75C.,
87iC. & $1.00.
A large assortment, splen
did fabrics and lowest cash
Gauze and Summer Merino
220 4 222
The citizens in ih« V i ;
an.l street, were tX, 0 * *1
Hensntion Lim „ igh ,
primiimtl serious re J 1 li,
wlii.ni, it uppearwl, l, a .l , Al '*' 1
from a tw ' * ' '
count of his *• , H W1 ' H - og
fjillinK to provide tor
drinking li.-avilv vnu.i ™ 1, *
out l:u.t lliKl.t ...
by some means Iran,V,ft
Mack).-.,, who rraui.. V*?
West, street. Law* att|i
admission to the houa-Tut**? 1
wife discovered a bo .1 ^
condition lie was in slie,i" ai | a , n(1
against him, which « Sj 1
u.nn, that, he set
mingled with angry * t> r. ifj.
lend curses. After venting kfi
this way for.. time he hi
on the door with his M 1"
from which mu drew a
Tiring of this ho t.elrhe.l
other volley of oaths, ^
threatened to bull,1 a little r 0WJ „
there, and if he inula mate!, k r
hum the house down a
the crowd said, ;; lay
and sleep it off," to
plied, " go to le—h" ai
. He then made a
tlie crowd to assist him ,„
session of his wife, savins
not whisky that tr.,uhli.Fhia.
true, hor.est and undying > uy , 2
This was kept up f„ r
minutes when a n^aJcic jj : t.b«vi(
started after a polieemaii, who
and took the
mail t.> thb ,-i t y'
s locked ii |i until h*
caiue sober. ... ,,,,,,,
from drink, and, in ju>t;<v to
it was learned ilia! he n ,
tri hilled towards h**i
: - r
Mr. Mack leu was al
was almost terrified fo
would succeed in Im-akitig the do.
and do her bodily ham. lth'-tr/
her again Hint will ii
,and in c
r<' him arwjli
J am everting tue private car of
Bn Hhleut Hpenr» r, of the B. .v (j.
d, came up tho bo,aware rai
Mr. Spencer and a party of triendi
been to Easton, Mi, to awtil the
ding of Osmond Tiigbman.
There have been forty-eight co
stone in the Brandywine church
since the protracted meetings stai
little over a
will he continued as loigastkep
infeiest is manifested.
Children's day will W celebraM
St. James' Chapel next Sunday. Ii
morning an appropriate sermon
be preached ami in the afternoon a
ner will be presented to the an
school by five little girls.
In a blast at Andrews A: Lock's
ry on Monday afternoon a larjej
weighing about tw
through the roof of the engine
doing considerable damage anJ
ing the engineer slightly.
A colored man went to tfrM
< 'hristiana on Saturday t<> w v '4
Oldham, hut the inspector xm
vote because the Democratic
a white man's party.
Edward Reynolds, OLe ofM
ton's artists, has gum* t" Caj-e Mi
the season, where Le will
painter's brush ami
dip in old ocean.
Arrangements are being
•Joseph Suavely, of Orrville. "h
his coining fair at ScheutzM
early in September.
Jonathan Roberts, a mD* letter!
While engaged in tlelirem-gawo
as taken suddenly «U
had lo lie taken to bis Lome.
The property of William
the eu«'.'"i.v o» :,,H ■;
Hid it is probable tin* fk
:i will ho held t
u .. pro
he standing comfiuth'i's
. i are
brick h" 1
' an ac
Jam* a Porter ofioi^''
Government nt ■ .
Tnb.' of IN M u "
pihul lo tl
County fur au art * •■'■■■*>
Ice pitchers, ca
finest quality.: 1
H. Thompson, 31'' >r '
L)ul., but ", »' "( 1
null lust, uvuoii _ '
bar,of Ph hulHi-bia.
place at 9 o'cL at . jj
»t ber, >i»- •' * Y .
very line afta |r »
intnii»to ,l ' idU .
street, and was
tit ry ot the m"
Rev. Amlrcw Long
isiefully J*« loru, ' a
mmal hoavMitioW 1 ' r „f ilifll
Dunbar,ot Brook*) • ( ,| iiover,
and Miss Eva Sal« Hl1 *'
of the groom, satin
The former wore ft w TK
ami the latter# i:r f'lU*'
The groomin'ea r rf I''"
..*■ Harry ,...„grt
[iliia. Alter the ^'nietta
served about 10 o r l " • —■
enott ol liquor l»»t " * #t , i
seif by.bru«lj;K^^ yl ,,..
proximity t" » la' 1 *
HtenH. For l 1 't»™'
and costs It' '"!" '
moruinx. " Jl1 ,- v ., in* 1 *?
brotiRlit in last "'f***' ^,,.7;. 1
t'r«"ly in 1 '' r " 1 'iVl istuorii'"«'
,.iv.'U a hsari'irf ''"s
,1,0,1 tor -4 --'
Front sir*) 1
Cor,n,,•rS„iitlt>" 11 irttf
muriiiiik In lt;' l ""f 1| ,' l i Willi' 1 "'.'
sun, who w;
last, and u
rived at tie i n »-ho 1*
a Mack-it'll ', ,oin®
a |.ity' , ovustk
A llrCKb •'""i; iSJ
A wagnu ,
and coiitiiiid'jlj * HviiflW' 1 ; ',,
Diamond m nkct h r ' ,
down at l'' 1 '.". ,"";,,,,|,d
mortdiiJ,' 111 . 11 11 iiviirn, '
,rack -'' l0 "tld l"' r ^!l t
Boge"' if;2ol"»l«'l iriC ,reet.' V
it; t 1
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