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Justice Smith Settles Several Cases al
the Felice Station.
Municipal Court this morning was held
in the police station. Justice Smith pre
sided in the absence of Judge Bali, who
is ill, and Deputy Judge Lynam, who is
at Ocean Grove. He was assisted by
Mayor Harrington and City Solicitor
Turner. He disposed of the following
cases :
Michael Feeney, drunk, was allowed to
go on promise to leave the city within
one hour.
Daniel Marine, drunk, $2 and costs;
Frank Clark, drunk, released on promise
ti*'leave the city immediately; James
Rpwe, drunk, $3 and costs; Michael Gar
vev, drunk, $5 and costs; Reed Butcher,
dpuuk, $10 and costs; James Butcher,
drunk, $10 and costs; Edward Smith,
with assaulting Frank
Massey and drawing a knife on him,
was held in $200 bail for his appearance
at the Court of General Sessions. Alex
ander Scribner, a 14-year old boy, charged
with larceny of money from the store of
August Biermaun, at Fourth and Tatnall
streets, was recommitted uut^ Wednes
day evening. Wesley Lawes, colored,
charged with larceny of rope, was held
iu $300 bail for a hearing on Wednesday
Market Price»
Everything iu the way of vegetables is
scarce. Peaches sell at 30, 40 and 50
cents per half peck tor Crawford's.
Stump's and Reeve's, respectively, and
$1.15, $1 25 and $165 per basket. *6'o
matoes, 20 cents a half peck; egg plants,
5 to 10 cents a piece; canteloupes of the
Jenny Lind variety, 50 to 65c a basket;
watermelons, $10aud $15 per 1000; the
cantaloupe and water melon crop Is a
failure; squashes.30 cents a basket; corn,
15 coats a dozen; string beans, 15 cents a
half peck; lima beans, 25 cents a quart ;
cabbage, 25 aud 30 cents a basket, 3 and
5 cents a bead ; apples, 20 cents a half
peck ; 50 cents a basket ; onions, 20 cents a
half peck, 40 cents a basket; sweet po
tatoes. 35 cents a half peck; white pota
toes,. 13 cents a half peck; butter, 30
cents a pound; tub butter, 22 cents;
cream cheese, 15 cents a pound ; chickens,
15, 20 and 25 cents per pound.
To Organize a Compary.
The firm of Joseph Bancroft and Sons,
owners of Bancroft's cotton mills and
bleaching aud dying mills at Rockland,
on the Brandywine, will soon be merged
into an incorporated company.
P. and Samuel Bancroft. Jr., the present
members of the firm will retain the con
trolling iu'erest in the new company.
Tnese mills were established in 1831 as
a cotton factory, with 1500 spindles.
Iu 1859 the business of bleaching
aud dyeing cotton goods was added,
and William P. and Samuel
Bancroft, Jr., taken into the firm,
which was organized with the name of
Joseph Bancroft and Sons. Joseph Ban
croft died in 1874. Since that year the
works have been much enlarged. In
1885 the cotton mills were extensively
enlarged and refitted, and the equipment
increased to 7000 spindles and 190 loems
Mr. Lawton Withdraws.
The death of Mrs. William Lawton has
caused the withdrawal of Mr. William
from the management
department and
the manufacturers' and merchants'
display in the coming fair. Mr. Lawton's
letter to this effect has been received by
T. D. Brown, secretary of the fair asso
dation. No person has yet been selected
to fill Mr. Lawton's place. It is a
hard position to fill satisfactorily.
All those who-know the necessities of the
two departments left vacant, while sym
pathizing with Mr. Lawton in his be
reavement, regret that he baa withdrawn
from their management.
of the household
The Delaware Peach Shipments.
The number of cars loaded with peaches
shipped over the Delaware railroad since
yesterday is as follows;
Jersey City.
Ne warK, N.J.
Chester, Pa.
Hartford, Conn.
Scranton .
Syracuse .
Norwich.. .
Total .
Previous shipments.
Total to date ..
Insane Hospital Superintendent.
Dr. D. A. Harrison, who was elected
medical superintendent of the State In
sane Hospital, has declined to accept the
position. He is now superintendent of
the Kings county (N. Y.) insane asylum
at St. Johnslaud. L. I. The reasons he
gives are that he has a fine home by the
sea with his family, and would rather
remain there. The board will hold a
special meeting at the hospital on Thurs
day morning, at 10.30 o'clock. There are
many applicants for the position and
they will probably consider the applica
tions and expect to elect a superinten


General Henry DuPont's Will.
Letter testamentary were granted
yesterday afternoon on the estate of
General Henry DuPont to Colonel H. A.
DuPont and William DuPont, Esq. The
will was written by General DuPont hlm
self. It is hard to tell the value of the
estate until after the appraisement has
been made. The bulk of theestateis proba
bly left to his eons, Henry A. and WH
liam. A number of farms are bequeathed
to different members of the family, and
it is said that his personal property is
left to his widow for life.
To Attend Mr*. I
A meeting was held at the First Pres
byterian Church last night, in relation to
toe death of Mrs. William Lawton, who
-4hed on Sunday. The following left this
morning to attend the fnneral at Mrs.
.Lawton's old home, Newbnrg, N. Y. ;
JBe-v. George M. Hickman, James F.
J*Bice, Mrs. Howard T. Wallace, Mrs.
John Downing and Mrs. S. R. Lawson,
will return home on Thursday.
A Case Compromised.
Last Saturday Walter J. Johnson
arrested on a warrant sworn out
Nathan B. Johnson for assault and bat
tery. Nathan B. Johnson was arrested
on a similar warrant sworn out by Wal
ter J. Johnson. Last evening the two
men met at 'Squire Bertolette's office and
settled the affair by each paying his
'too'. Funeral.
The Kighth street Railway.
"me time re Th« W «rwt >t win
Rehrfan hill* ÏTwr i, ^
Th« h rood g will be^nw!^i h K I1K rw 8 bl e *i t
The road completed by October L
i re-1.- .. _ _
_ , ... * .
The exchanges of the Wilmington banks
»Lth« clearing house to-day w»r*- Clear
** r b-i »a n »kl— ,
William J. Fisher and wife are at Cape
George Brodle is confined to his house
with a severe cold.
Miss Lillie Harper of Camden, N. J., is
visiting friends in this city.
Miss Maze Raub of Hotel Kirkwood is
visiting friends in Lancaster, Pa.
John S. Mullin, Jr., and wife are
spending a week at Ocean City, Md.
Mrs. John P. Wales and family have
gone to Cape May Point for a week.
Bessie Ash, No 506 West Ninth street,
is at the Seaside Hotel, Ocean Grove.
W. Marvin Truss of New Castle is
contemplating a European trip In the
Miss Hortense Keables of the Wll
mington Library, has returned after her
Mr. aud Mrs. Harrv Thompson have
left for a several days' sojourn at At
lantic City.
Horace Ternou of Mt. Cuba will leave
in a few days to visit friends iu Loudon
county, Va.
H. Clayton Taylor and family will
spend two weeks with relatives iu Lou
don court y , Va.
Misses Maggie Butler and Maggie Car
row will return from a visit to Atlantic
City to-morrow.
Mrs. A C. Brown of Preston street,
Philadelphia, is visiting
Moses of Hotel Kirkwood.
Mrs. Joseph Robinson and daughter,
Bert ha Robinson, will spend the remain
der of the summer at Atlantic City.
Rev, Martin B. Dunlap, pastor of Old
Swedes' Church, aud wife, will leave for
a sojourn with frieuds at Galena, Md.
Mrs. William Lindsay, Miss Annie
Lindsay and Miss Bertha Cluff went to
Philadelphia this morning to spend the
Mrs. M. E.
Captain Andrew Carey of the Bash de
partment of the Jackson & Sharp works,
visited his family at Cape May on Sun
Miss Edith Trump of Wilmington will
leave in a few days for Lincoln, Loudon
county, Va., where she will visit school
Miss Josephine Arold of Philadelphia,
who has been visiting this Misses Link
on East Fifth street, returned home yes
Misses Beatty and Sallie Kellog of Bal
timore, formerly residents of this city,
are visiting Mrs. David Bruce, Ne. 600
Adams street.
John Young, who has been in the em
ploy of the Jackson and Sharp Company
for over a year past, will leave this -city
on Thursday morning for East Saginaw,
Mich.. where he has accepted a position
in the office of the lumber yards beleag
kmging to Harlan Ganse of this city.
The Eighth'Ward Republican Clubwvill
give an excursion to Atlantic City to
Tbe keel of the new pilot boat lias
been laid at the Jackson and Sharp Com
pany's shipyard.
New Brussels rugs have been put on
the floor of the Custom House rooms in
the Federal building.
Park Guards Sinclair and Gniney • re
cutting a foot walk on the north side of
the Brandywine Park.
David Lindsey, superintendent of flue
Augustine paper mills, returned from a
week's -visit at Cape May last night.
The Rochelle Camping Club of twenty
persons returned home from Neshaminy
Falls last evening by the B. & O. rail
Tbe frames of the new Windsor Lii:e
steamship building at the Harlan aid
Hollingsworth Company's yard are all in
The colored barbers defeated the cot
ored waiters in a game of base ball it
Union Park yesterday, by a score af
18 to 10.
Two scows for James A. Simmons of
New York will be launched at the Jack
son and Sharp Company's shipyard in a
few days.
There will be seven prisoners taken ta
New Castle this afternoon in default of
payment of their fines and costs for
The machinery on the new dredging
machine built by the Jackson and Sharp
Company will be finished by the Pusey
and Jones Company.
Two cases of goods have been shipped
to Johnstown, Pa., by Russell, Missimer
& Co. The goods were purchased from
this city's contributions.
The deck is being put on the new
transport steamer Maryland, being bnilt
by the Harlan and Hollingsworth Com
pany. She will be launched in a short
The county tax collectors, who have
been receiving taxes for several weeks
past at the city tax office on Sixth street,
have returned to their own office, No.
6024 Market street.
A black and white dog had a fit on
Fourth street, opposite W. B. Sharp's
store, this morning. A small crowd
watched his struggles until his owner
carried him away iu his arms.
A meeting will be held in the rooms of
DuPont Post G. A. R., on Saturday even
ing next, for the purpose of organizing a
Society of Sons of the American Revolu
tion. The descendants of I
aided in any way in establishing Ameri
can independence are eligible to member
rsons who
The open air concert given at Tenth
and Lombard streets last evening by
Hyatt's Military Band was attended by a
large audience. The band will give its
last concert this week, to-night, at the
Franklin Street Park. On Thursday
night it will give a moonlight excursion
to Augustine Pier.
A young woman in a delicate condi
tion feN in a fainting fit at Fourth and
Shipley streets last evening. She was
carried to the liquor store of William
Baxter * Brother and after she had
vlved she was taken to her home, by two
men who knew her. Her name and resi
dence was not disclosed.
A number of em
ployes from F. T
CSymer's carriage works have been cam
ing out at Deep Water Point, N.
Among them were Robert Liddell,
Howard Cooling, Charles Robinson.
Frauk Murphy, Eilwood Tat well, N. Lid
dell, Mrs Liddell. Mrs. Cooling, Misses
Ida Collins, Bertha Long, Rachel Lid
dell, Amy Webb and Mabel Cooling.
They were visited by several friends,
among them being Thomas Hogue and
S ' rQ ' k by * Fr *" ht Tr "' n '
Tb °"" Mullen, a resident of the
Nint h ward, was struck by the freight
train on tbe Brandywine Branch of the
J*. w & B railroad last eveuing and
bad| y bruieed A gaeh several inches
long was made on the top of his head and
he was covered'ri'.L grease. His iaju./i
4w*s dressed at Gallagher's drug store,
Repairs to the School* Dr. James II.
Morgan's Contract Awarding to lie In
The Board of Public Education held Its
regular session last evening.
Finance Committee presented its annual
repoit which appears iu another column.
The treasurer of the boaid presented his
report, as follows ;
To balance May JO, current expenses, $2s,ots
New '-milling. 1,704.47
Monthly appropriation. T.tMMM
Sale of old liooks, No. I .75
Sale of old books. No. 10.
rah of old books, No. J.
Sale of old books. No. -*0.
By salary paid teachers . .
By salary paid teachers —
By salary paid officers and
By salary paitl officers aud jauiturB..
Paid for repairs.
Fue l . ..
Night school.
Miscellaneous bills.
Books. ... .. .
New building. .
Balance on hand June JO.
. ...8 «,729.0»
.... 0.T2U.U8
:U To
425 11
The treasurer was instructed to draw
on City Council for the regular monthly
The Committee on Books reported
having received bids for books for the
year aud asked that the contract be
awarded to C F Thomas & Company the
lowest bidder. E. 8. R. Butler & Sou was
the other bidder.
Tlie Printing Company received au
thority to get bids without advertising
for them.
The committee on No. 1 school was
given authority to purchase a mat and to
nave the gutter on the roof repaired
Committee on No. 2 reported needed
repairs, aud were sanctioned by the
board. Other repairs are needed and
they will be made. The iron fence in
front of school No. 4 will be painted.
The committee on No. 10 asked that it
be allowed to have the school papered
it is badly in need of it. The request
was granted, aud the work will be done
by Uosiu .X Brother at $37
, as
The committee on school No. 11 asked
for four new doors The request was
granted. The committee on No. 13 stated
that the church people complain of the
condition of the school yard It will
cost $40 to $60 to put it in order. The
roof also needs attention. Both were re
ferred to the committee on repairs. The
pavement of No. 15 will be repaired. No.
23 will receive attention Inside and a
coat of paint outside. No. 14 will re
ceive a coat of whitewash.
The committee on the new school in
the Twelfth ward, was given permission
to run a water pipe for the work.
The Committee on Repairs presented
its report, concerning the contracts
recently awarded. The special bills were
read, amounting to $6U3.30 in favor of
Nutter 4 Baylis, painters; L. T. Grubb,
$63 ; William Lemon, $5 ; Samuel Dauby,
$5. Orders for the alterations to No.
15 school were drawn.
J. A. Magee moved that the vacation
be extended one week in order that the
children could attend the Wiimtngtan
fair. The motion was seconded. Presi
dent Baird stated that the motion being
an amendmeat to the by-laws, it was
necessary to give two weeks notice before
action could be taken.
The Finance Committee asked that the
salary of the auditor, John 8. Grohe, be
increased from $12 to $50. Mr. Grohe
audits accounts amounting to $120,000
each year. The advance was allowed.
Dr. James H. Morgan moved that the
schools close September 2 and remain
closed nntll September 9. Outside of
the beuefit to the children at the fair he
thought the repairs now being made in
the schools would require a longer time.
Dr. E. G. Shortlidge thought the motion
wrong, as the children hav9 plenty of
holidays, there being but 192 days of
school last year. Dr. Shortlidge was in
favor of one day's vacation. Dr. Morgan
spoke for his motion, believing that the
fair would beuefit thechildren, especially
in the manual training exhibit. Dr.
Shortlidge moved an amendment that
Wednesday, September 4, be a holiday.
Mr. Baynard was in favor of the week,
as the teachers could recuperate. Dr.
Shortlidge's amendment was carried.
Joseph Pyle asked that an order be
drawn in favor of Ginn & Co., music
dealers, for their bill,and it was granted.
A communication casting reflections on
Dr James H. Morgan was received from
A. B. Jones aud George W. Goodley, and
A motion to lay it on the table was
lost. Dr. Morgan made an explanation
of the matter, similar to that published
in the Evknini; Journal. He thought
it a censure on the committee for the
board to ask for an investigation. Joseph
Pyle thought the explanation good and
in order. William Turner, a member of
the Repair Committee, said they were
ready to have everything investigated.
On motion of Mr. McGarrity, the presi
dent was authorized to appoint an inves
tigating committee of five.
President Baird appointed the follow
ing committee: McGarrity, Situmons, D.
R. Smith, Betts and Baylis.
Bills were passed as follows: Phillips
& Kane, $1 76; Gawthrop & Brother,
$10.73; J. V. Carlisle* Co., 68 cents; W.
B. Sharp & Co., $8 02; Miller & Jenkins,
50cents; B. 8. Clark, Jr. ( $1.50: John
son & Barnhill, 50 cents; J. Wise, $2 33;
L. T. Grubb & 8on, $20.78. G. A. Frazer,
$12.80; Capella Hardware Company,
$12.80; J. C. Van Trump, $4.85, J. H.
Gooding. 50 cents; E. Melchoir, 50 cents;
G. H. Murphy, $22.50; D. W. Harlan,
$16 21 : Z. James Belt,24cts. ; H. A. Roop,
$20 50; J. J. Pierce, $18; W. C. Martin,
$5 ; Kirkman Coach Company, $4 ; H. W.
Lowe, $12; Wilmington Transfer Com
pany, $8.73; Adams & Bro., 96 cents;
Journal Printing Company. $2.52; Every
Evening, $2.84; S. R. Smith, $49 05; F.
A. Taylor, 36 cents ; N. D. Sinclair, $3;
C. F. Thomas * Co.. $124.51; Nutter*
Bavlle, $603 30, $8 01; L. T. Grubb,
$48 88, $14.66; William Leonard, $ ;
Samuel Stanley, $5; Colter & Williams,
$63; B. F. Walsh, $1«; Peter F. Martin,
An Artistic Number.
This week's Frank Leslie's Illustrated
Newspaper shows a strong artistic taste.
Its pictures aud letter-press are equally
interesting. The Highland Light, a most
picturesque light house; a splendid like
ness of Mrs. Bryce, a leading New York
society lady; President Harrison's visit
at Bar Harb ir ; an old junkshop, drawn
by Sheppard ; the cricket plague in Al
geria; these illustrations, with the an
swer of Dr. Deems, make it the best
number under the new proprietors.
Aoeid.ntal rail
to PbîriXpuZîïï fewd.? jauni: "and
on passing down one of the streets in
that city was tripped by a trap door
which projected into the street, and fell
to the ground. Mr. Reed received
several serious Injuries about the knee
and thigh, thus com pellii.g him to go
about on cruiamee. Dr. Draper dressed
the wound»,
• A Bhi« Hall
I-ni intiuei
From Ii
(«ante (Juarrel.
Special Correspondence Kveni.no Journal*
Ei ETON, August 13 —Constable E B
Smith of this town took the four chil
dren of Mary Lotman better kuown as
Mary Rabbit, to Baltimore to day. The
two eldest were sent to the Heury Wat
son Aid Society, the other two to the
Nursery aud Child's Hospital. State's
Attorney, W S. Evans brought the mat
ter before Justice A. J. Scott, who com
mitted them. It is charged the children
were uuder immoral influences.
The Etkton Base Ball Club visited
Chesapeake City yesterday afternoon,
and defeated the elub of that place by a
score of 9 to 0. The game broke up in a
wrangle. Henry McCullough started in
to pitch for Elktou but was very wild
and allowed the Chesapeakers to score
nine runs in the first inning. In the
second inning Perkins was substituted
and pitched a good game. In the seventh
inning Dr. Howard Bratton the catcher
of the visiting club, became sick and
wanted to retire, but the home club ob
jocted to a substitute and the game was
swarod to Elkton by the score of 9 to 0
The playing of Perkins, Hinchllffe, Mur
gan and Heury was very fine. Richard
Maxwell, acted as umpire.
For Delaware and Maryland 1 p. m. :
Fair, slightly warmer weather, with
southerly wiuds.
New York Herald weather forecasts;
The temperature iu the Northwest has
shown sharp charges, ranging 26 degrees
in t welve hours at Fort Aasiuuiboi ne, M
T. ; 20 degrees at Fort Buford, Dak., and
20 degrees at Abilene, Texas. The lowest
temperature recorded was 40 degrees at
Northfield, Vt . aud the highest—92 de
grees—at Fort Elliot and El Paso. Texas,
and at Salt Lake C ty, Utah. In hs ity
and its vicinity today cool and clouuj
weather, followed by a warmer and more
hunPd atmosphere, with southerly breezes
may be expected.
Baynard's thermometer, 7 a. tu , 72;
9 a. m., 76; 11 a. in., 84; 1 p in., 88.
Atlantic City.
The new short line to Atlantic City via
New Jersey aud Wilmington Ferry and
West Jersey R. R.
Arrangements have been made for
special service for 8unday next, the 18th,
which will afford the best of opportuni
ties for all who wish to go to Atlantic
A special train of first class West Jer
sey coaches will leave Penusgrove upon
arrival of the Wilmington passengers,
going by special train through.
Two boats will leave Wilmington; One
at 7.05 a. m. and one at 7.30 a. m. sharp.
Remember, the fare is $1 50; you will
have eight hours at the sea shore and
will reach home early in the evening.
Two Accidents.
At Brown's livery stables on Orange
street one of the employes, while cutting
some feed with the cut box yesterday,
cut the ends off three fingers of his left
hand. Dr. Blocksom attended to the
Vincent Conway, colored, an employe
of the Lobdell Car Wheel Company, had
his left foot severely crushed bv a car
wheel falling on it, yesterday afternoon
about 3 o'clock He was carried into Dr.
Blocksom's office and had the great toe
amputated at the first lolnt.
PuinpluK Kugln«.
The Pusey and Jones Company sent
out yesterday a three cylinder pump
use at the ice factory of the Lea P
Ice Company. The cylinders are six
Inches in diameter and havs 12 inch
stroke. The capacity of the pump is 250
gallons a minute.
All These Goods on Credit as
Cheap as for Cash.
Hats and Caps.
Boots and Shoes
Refrigerators, Dry Goods,
Baby Carriages, Underwear,

Dress Goods,
Silks and Laces,
White Goods,
Ladies' Wraps.
TERMS On a BUI of Ten Dol
lars, $1.00 Cash and $1.00 a
506 Market
28-30-32-34 3. SECOND ST
Those Who War« on Hoard N«w Cantlr*
Patrol Watson.
Special correspondence Evening Joürsai,.
New Castle, Del., August 18.—Dr.
Henry R Wharton of Philadelphia who
has been spending a couple of weeks
vacation at the Jefferson House gave a
tug party on the cug M. W. Hunt last
eveniug. Refreshments were served on
the boat. After a pleasaut trip of several
hours on the Delaware, the party returned
home arriving here near midnight.
Those on hoard w r< : o u H. R >dm y
Esq., and wife, Thomas Boothand wife
of Bethlehem, Pa , Mrs. John J. Black
Mr . 'VT. HcLomb, M s Thomas Holcomb,
Mrs. P. B. Lightner. Miss Mamleand Heba
Holcomb, Annie Trappier of Washing
ton, Maria and Alice Rogers, Emily.
Sophie and Louise Rodney, Mary Cooper,
Ella Tybout, the Misses Barney of Fred
ericksburg, Va , Miss Edith Booth of
Germantown, Pa , T. W. R. Duvall of
Baltimore, George R. Booth of Bethle
hem, Pa., Laussat U. Rogers of San
Francisco, Edward M. Herbert, Dr. R.
Itaymoud Tybout, John R. I.ambson,
Cbauncey P. Holcomb and James G.
Shaw, Jr.
A Wilmington woman whose name is
unknown was on the steamboat lauding
last evening very much intoxicated. Ser
geant of Police Williams approached her,
but she was too druuk to walk to the
police station and the officer procured a
wheel barrow, placed her in it and
wheeled her there.
Misses Regina Mahoney and Maggie
Kelley of this city visited Wilmington
Miss Bertha Rosen of No 682 West
Sixth street, Wilmington is the guest of
Miss Mamlo Grimes on Delà care street.
Howard Dunn of Salem, N. J. ; is the
guest of Jame. Challenger.
About 125 people went on the moon
light excursion of the M. E. Church last
eveniug on the steamer Wilmington.
The Hushebeck, orchestra was on board.
The Misses Carney of Westerly, R. I.,
are the guests of the Misses Dougherty
on Delaware street.
The choir of the First Baptist Church
gave a straw ride iu the country last
Mrs. A. Dubhoru of Chester, Pa., is
the guest of Mrs. Charles Hoffman, at
the Jefferson House.
John Fleming visited in Philadelphia
wll at Officer llurruwn Bays.
Officer Burrows said to the JOURNAL
reporter at the police station this morn
ing: "Will you please say that wheu I
went into James Weldon's saloon at Sec
ond aud French streets on Saturday night
and asked him to show me the man who
had assaulted Cloud Butler he replied
that the man bad slipped out. On the
steps another man told me that they
were still in the saloon. Weldon, how
ever, would not give me any information
about it. I want you to say this contra
diction to the article in the Every Even
ing yesterday saying that Weldon
give ns all the information he could
about the assault."
■ ltd
IieiuloB of the I. O. O. ¥•
The Henry A. Haber polled ont of dock
last night with about 100 persons
aboard. They were members of the 1.
O. O. O. F. and their friends. The man
aging committee consisted of the follow
ing members of the order: Major L. W.
Palmer, chairman; Captain John M.
Whitford, Lieutenant Isaac Heialer,
Chevalier David Truitt, Chevalier Wil
liam E. Kirby, Captain B. F. Shakes
peare. Refreshments were served on
board. Choice mnsic, both instrumental
and vocal, helped to make the eveniug a
very pleasant one. The party
about 12 o'clock, after a delightful trip
down the river.
ret BM»d
T2 f'')(''>XT'C!
■*— »Ne' w AA.KJ.
AVe opened a lew days since 500
volumes of the celebrated and well
known Lnipun edition of popular
works of fiction. Choice Summer
reading. Publisher's price 25c; out
price 10 cents a volume.
The balance of our Colored Cashmer*.
Shawls are now being offered at tho
following low prices:
$2.00 Shawls for $1.50
$1.50 Shawls for $1.12
$1.25 Shawls for
We have just fifteen on hand and as
our assortment is broken we are offer
ing a discount of twenty per cent, to*
close them; they are all the latest and
choice designs.
We have about 12 dozen of them;
they are made of good Muslin, Linen
Bosoms; price only 37^0 each.
Lichtenstein & Hart,
315 :BzrnsTG- st.
Now is the last chance to buy
Boots and Shoes at less than
manufacturers' prices.
Balance of stock will be sold
at Public Auction on Saturday
morning at 10 o'clock.
316 ZKIIHsTGr ST. 31£
From the big inducements we offer !»
new anil stylish goods. In great variet»
aud abat P rice * the very lowest.
Weekly and monthly payments, er I peg
cent, off for cash.
All good, marked In plain flgnreal
THOS. GRINSE LL, S. E. Cor. 2d and Orange.
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