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E GRI8T hangs fire.
libuotering Prevents a Vote
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I>n the Pair Appropriation. in
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OMPEOMISE THAT. DOEoN T SUIT. j,
agessasa —
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■«■pled—A Test
tlie Antioption mu In the Sonnte,
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borrow Say» the Rnggention That C*liI
»go Should Take the «.',000,000 as a
»an Will Not lie A
ote
Washington, July 2!».— 1 The proceedings
Bic house were intensely stupid and lili
«tering motions on the World's fair ap
Rrriation prevailed all day. The only
«ion now in order until f ile deadlock is
(ken is for adjournment and r call of tho
These dilatory tactics were pur
M until late in the afternoon, when tho
ise adjourned.
t is impossible to predict the length of |
■ deadlock. The opponents of the appro- 1
■ition have made overtures for u compro- I
One] b that if aloanwffi
ise.
B
■ accepted it will bn voted speedily and
■> house can then adjourn; another is to
■ effwt that if the advocates of tho ap
Bpriation will yield a direct vote oa It can
■assured on tho second Tuesday in Du
■nber. Those in favor of the appropria
■ï naturally refuse any offers of a com
Hmi-c and believe they have the bottle |
lt now appears to bo simply a ques
n of physical endurance.
■ n.
A ntioption.
A Teat Vote
Notwithstanding the intense heat and the
Krtained departure for the summer of
prly forty senators, which left, barely a
ling quorum on hand, the senate declined
I take any decided action either on the j
Itioption liili or the house resolution to |
Bourn on Saturday next. The motion to )
•• the antluptioa liili aside until December i
M l«oit by th«î unexpectedly Urge vote of
Ifto US. An almost equally frigid reception j
las given to the adjournment resolution. |
hr. Allison at first declined to ask its refer
fee to his committee on appropriations for
[tion, but subsequently relented and it
ns ho referred.
I
[Considerable miscellaneous legislation by
lianimons consent was accomplished in a
['ter skelter way between times, including
[e passage of an eight hour labor law to
iiply to all contracts on government works,
filch now goes to the president for ap
wovul.
|The melting away of a quorum left Mr.
rashborn and his antioption bill helpless,
fid uu adjournment was forced for the first
lino this session by the suggestion that
litre was not a quorum m attendance.
I The Fair Hill Com promise.
■ Washington, July 29.—The proposition
redited to Judge Holman, if the deadlock
Pi the World's fair appropriation continues,
|> bring in a resolution extending for an
ther year the appropriations made in the
Lndry civil bill for 1(2.11 und 1S92. will not
Iroid the difficulty. So many new mcas
pes have been arranged for since that bill
Iras pas-s U.lp.at, a coi.tmwUiomtif Us fcaems
IrouM )ll f-far i iy h-JJÂiiiHteè'is tldtli ) a
f'.ilure to i'a-s the peiiTnflg UTTI, Even if
Hae sénat»» were disposed to accept that so
Bitioa of th" difficulty and agree toadj»airn,
H ls -aid the president would fuel compelled
Kt issue a prixlamatioa rei-onvcniug con
Hrers to proyitie weans i«J> carrying on the
■usim-ss tiiat such a step would put ast"]>lo.
■ Mr. Outhwaitu was asked for his opiuiuu
Bju the situation. Ho said if the senate
Htgrees to the resolution to adjourn m all
■probability there will be no fair appropria
tion mil» ss there is a provision incorporated
Bn the item to the effect that the money shall
■jo paid back, us the money was paid by the
Bx'utennial exposition. "1 will vote in favor
B>f a government loan, and I want it tinder
Bitood that I have always been willing to
■vote for a government loan. There is quite
Ba large group of Democrats who will vote
Bfor a loan, and there is another group which
Kl(i< s not believe that tho government should
Bean money."
■1 C hicago Doesn't Want a I.«
B The southern group in Representative
■Outhwaito's following, however, will ahan
■Mon their present leader and seek u new
■captain general if a serious attempt be made
Btocompromise on a loan basis. In the words
■of Mr. Oates, of Alabama, "Wo are opposed
♦ to the fair item because it is a loan, and wo
B do not believe the government should loan
R. money to any concern."
ft Representative Bingham, of Pennsyl
l vania, who has led the light for the appru
ft priation, sold : "1 do not believe the senate
fc will act on tho adjournment resolution
■ until the sundry civil 1411 is sent over to
ft them. The only thing I look for just now
p is n continuance of the filibustering."
ft Representative Durbnrrow, chulrnmn of
I the Uolumbiuu exposition committee, said
U this evening that the fair people would not
k accept th»' $5.000,000 appropriation ns a loan,
ft That would injure their credit to such an
ft extent as to moke it practically impossible
ft for them to raise tho (3,000,000 additional
[j to the (5,000,000 naked of congress which
L is ne» ,-ary to open the fair,
f Be also said that the friends of the ap
E propriation will stand firm until the sundry
L civil bill is passed by congress.
From Pulpit to Turf.
Fort Dodge, la,, July 20.—Bov. Mr. Ty
[ roll, tho Methodist preacher who offered to
f whip n man for doubting the accuracy of
ft bis timing on a horse race, has banded in
F his resignation to tho presiding elder. It
L| was promptly accepted. Mr. Tyroll an
[J Bounces bis intention of going into the busi
F ness of bon« racing.
t
A Total 5Vreek.
Boston, July 2',I The Bo ton ship Net th
America, one of tho fastest craft in the
merchant marine service, was stranded in
the Ku channel and was a total loss.
•Tnniprd to Her Death. f
Nf.m Haven, July 29.—Mrs. Herman
Frisch, wife of Professor Frisch, committed
suicide by jumping from tho third story of
her residence.
A i.ig I'.xprcM iftr»s.
Montréal, July 29.— The National Rr
re...., ,x- fiir. « ■...
press compam, ti e Amei.can, tl» l auadian
and the Grand Trunk are on the eve of
onmlgatnatiou.
itli a Hammer.
Chicago, July 2ft.— Thomas I lusse y wits
«trin k cm the head with a hammer by Rob
ert Ferguson, a stockyard tough, and fa
tally injured.
Hit IXii
1 her Of
Minneapolis. July 2ft.—Lumbermen will
advance tho prices on all classes of lumber
on Aug. 2 from twenty-five to forty cents.
Bp.
la
Gladstone Lot®« u Seat.
London, July 2ft.—The award of tho
Greenock »eat to Sutherland reduces Glad
stone's majority to fortv.
Pleasant SiiikI«»' Kxvuralou.
Chon pest otid most popular exounion. ri.<«t
train from Pennsylvania station. « iltmnc
ton »1 S.LS next Puiday mormn*.'1st. Kail
to r.uliiio'i't .1...; a .-fl-.mjf.i s.:t* «jf«r Cat ■
peako bay. __
Life insurance solicitors wanted for the
strömtest, lärmst and best tom nan v tn th#
»•orM. A Fre ij« A. MAH LB, Geuc-al .'-«ont.
Eiuitablc Building.
UNCLE SAM SCARES CANADA.
Dur Rc tallat ion Measure* ranne« th©
Dominion to Bark Down.
Montreal, July £9.—The Vigorous retali
stiou measures adopted by th-United States
in regurrl to Canada have hu : their effect,
»nd the Canadian government is already
tonsidering the best means of backing out
j, tho difficulty gracefully. The govern
ment has practically decided to abolish the,
rebate system and make a uniform toll
without regard to routes or to do away al
together with tolls. Premier Abbott will
return from his vacation in a few days,
when n meeting of the cabinet will be held
it Ottawa and the whole subject discussed.
Tho government organs are already pre
faring the way for the government's back
Sown. The Montreal Gazette, one of the
leading government organs, which is edited
liy K. S. White, a prominent Conservative
iipmliT of parliament, in what is evidently
tn inspired article, admits the justice of tho
United States' contentions. It concludes:
["One thing at least scorns clear, namely,
that no effort should be spared to bring
about a speedy adjustment of this question.''
The Oo nadi a a Padfio Railway antbevitiee
alarmed at the prospect of a blow
roedthat they brought strong pr«r
Ittre to bear ujion the government to take
backwater.
City or Mexico, July Ü9.— Tho startling
report reached here yesterday morning that
| the dreaded Asiatic chol.-ra scourge had
reached Vera Cruz, despite tho strict quar
antine regulations that have been enforced
oy all ports of the Mexican government.
The rumor was set afloat by an American
tourist named Haskell, who arrived last
-veiling from Vera Cm*. Ho stated that
there were three deaths from tho disease
CHOLERA CLOSE AT HAND.
fit Ia Uuimireil but Deiilnl That ft Ilm«
K<>H«'btMt Ver* Crux.
»a the day previous to bis departure and
j ,he authorities of Vera Cruz were
| mafcjng au effort to keep tho information
) [ n>m (j K , public,
i
An inquiry was made afc tho board of
health headquarters and a denial of the re*
j port was authorized. There is an epidemic
| of typhus fever raging in this city, twenty
I deaths tyom that cause being reported to
the board of health.
THE BASEBALL WORLD.
NATIONAL LKAUVK GAMES.
At Boston—
R. H. K.
.2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 211 2
.1 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 1—351
Bouton ....
Cincinnati
Staley and Kelly, Dwyor and Vaoghan.
At Brooklyn
Brooklyn.
Cleveland
Hurt and Con Dailey, Cuppy au«l Zimmer.
At New York— * it n. k.
New York.I 0 0 1 1 2 1 0 1-7 14 0
Louisville.
Runic ami Doyle, Sunders and (irim.
At Philadelphia—
n. h. e
..2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0— 2 54
13000100 2— 7 14 1
n 0 0 0 it 0 0 0— 0 2 4
n. n. k.
Philadelphia.. .0 0 3 3 1 4 10 x-13 0 4
Pittsburg.0 0 0 0 3 1 1 Ü II- 5 5 7
Knell, Mack and Cross; Baldwin, Terry and
Miller.
At Baltimore
Baltimore
Ht. Louis.
II. II. E.
00001000 0- I 4U
2 0 Ü 0 0 0 0 0 x- 2 5 2
Vickery and Robinson, Hawke and Moran.
R. H. E.
shington... .0 0 3 0 0 1 0 0 0— 4 «» 7
icago.1 0 U 0 3 0 1 1 x- «» 0 5
Abbey and McQuino, Oumbert und Öcliriver.
At Washington—
$
EASTERN LEAGUE GAMES.
At Buffalo—
Buffalo..
Providen
n. n. e.
..0 0 5 P 2 0 1 2 0-lii 10 2
.1 0 O 0 3 1 0 0 0- 5 « 3
Fournier, Schellerajn« und Urqobart; Kilroy
and Gray.
At Binghamton—
Bing'tou.-O 0 2 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0- 3 7 2
Troy.0 3 0 0 0 U 0 0 0 0 1— 4 9 4
Coughlin and Morphy; Welch, Clarkson and
Clarke.
At Rochester—
Rocheder.0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 1- 3 7 »
Albany....0 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0- 2 7 2
Dolun and Myers. Devlin and Murphy.
n. ii. e.
II. II. E.
Cricketer. Win.
Halifax, N. S., July 20.—In the erickct
mutch between the Garriaous, of Halifax,
uml Germuntowns, of Philadelphia, in the
second inning the Garris, in club mudu 04,
leaving Germantown but 16 to make to
win. These they made with the loss of one
wicket. Score by innings: Garrison, first,
13«; second, «1. Germantown, first, 175;
second, 1«. _
Aliirrii
la Love with a I'rtest.
Cincinnati, July 29 —Helena Stein, a re
markably pretty Jewess, was sent to tho
asyium. She is sane on all points but one.
She is madly in love ivitb Rev. Dr. Möller,
private secretary of Archbishop Elder, the
Catholic prelate, and fully believes the
priest, who is many years her senior, will
marry her. _
don Miners Seared.
WaRDNER, Ida., July 29.—Sinco the order
was received here relieving the soldier*
stationed at Bunker Hill there has been
great consternation among tho nonunion
miners, and a number of them have re
fuse! to work without the protection of
troops. _
Ni
Van ValUeiiliurs In Trouble.
North Collins, N. Y., July 29.—John H.
Von Valkenbnrg, ox-superintendent of the
Thomas Orphan Asylum for Indigent Indiuu
Boys and Girls, was held tor trial on the
charge of immoral practices with inmates of
the institution.
A VmIiiiiM« Stallion Dead.
Sturgis, Mich., July 20.—The trotting
etallion Green River, belonging to Robert
Dixon, of Henderson* Ky., and valued at
$35,000, is dead.
A 31 sin Cron nd t<
Washington, July 29.—William P. Berg
man attempted to board a moving train,
fell under the ears and was rut to death.
Death.
.fudge llohinnoii SuiiHtrurk.
Indianapolis, July 29.—Judge Milton 8.
Robinson, of the state appellate court, died
Irum the effects cf sunstroke.
A Steamship Stranded.
London, July 29.—The British steamship
Memphis, for Philadelphia nnd Baltimore,
I« s*ramied in Swansea harbor.
ITEMS OF INTEREST.
I Inn si* keeper—^"Ha» any way liecndiw'ovrml
madame. Take up the earprl«, hang (hr*»
j ».Hue and laat them with a heavy sli. k."
1 "Will wiat kill the inadaum,
if hi, them." - New York Weekly,
-
"Tirïi> aix tub Tim». m -HoodN Sar»ar«
rllla poMesseaJuat tliaae dement« Io «trennt h
which you oo evoNtlf crave. It will build
you up, give you an appetite, strengthen your
stomaeh and nerves. Try it.
Hood's Bills invigorate the liver.
Daughter-"Yes. 1 know Mr. St a y late
very often, hut it isn't my fault. Ido,
t dug to drive him away." Old Gentlei
• roam 1 bav®B*l heard > oa ilaf : «
mice." -New York Weekly.
\V. C. I>. It. K.
Spring clothing cleaned and repaired
Skilled workmen. No. ftll Market stren.
nies
ry
him
During the present year Ros» ha» doubled
the capacity ol hi« »tore No. 21«« Market «treet,
and n*»w ha» a splendid »u»k of ]ate»C My left
of Derby and Straw Hats, Shirts, Gua/e Un
derwear. Neckwear and Notions.
-—
"Yes.; that ift my counterfeit pre. e cntment."
t*ld Bleecker, ol Nc-w York, aa he displayed
•length oil portrait to Mr. Live
bkugo. "Ahr" replied Mr. Live
t» Im ttxrvcycU the picture with an
» r...ii to '■»< criucaL "It doesn't look genuine,
dot« itf' —Buck.
Mamma-"\\ ideh of the children hid my
Nurse—"Little Johnny hid 'em.
Mamma -"Then Johnny!» tlie «me
«lipper'r
ma'am.
who apsst the jam down stair«.*'—Good News
hif. new full
w avte. of C
uyt
a WARM WEATHER SESSION
... ...
An Impel tant Resolution Adopted Ice
1
>e posit el 1 nolle Money.
T, 1.. (ont met for lladge* Awarded. I
„ 2 e £?& ÄÄ 55
u.i .1 81 ms »1111 p* r^i'iriuj. tat > a |
evening ami «weitem! throughout the
meeting despite the frantic swish of
many fans. Hardly half the quota of
members was present when the session
was called to order.
.lames A. Allen, of Philadelphia was
awarded the contract tor furnishing !)tK)
Bremen's badges at, 32J cunts each.
The petition of John I!. Frazier for the
re turn of Sin Si) overpaid taxes was re
ported favorably by the lirmnco commit
tee and ordered refunded.
tin the call of wards Mr. Magee of the
Fourth ward stmt, to the clerk's desk a
.. - .ï ï» ï ni i.i
comm it nient ion from the Board of Health,
notifying Council of the appointment of
John V ( hrlstv and John Mel.owell as
extra health officers. The communie«
thm was received and ordered to he filed.
Mr, Thomas, of the Fiftli ward, pre
seated the annual report of the treasurer
id' the It,Mini Ilf Publie Filnrnt ion which
o! tin 1 lotira or it Ulli l.uu niton, w tin n
was read and ordered to be hied
President Benson vacated the chair to
V,. \|.. . „reuen t..,l the full.in ine
.in. Mag n a.ni presinuu ui< loituwtng
resolution:
Intolerable Hunt Limits
fit y Legislation.
Tito
go riling the
•Ived, That from and after the pansage
of this involution the following shall he the
regulation* concerning the deposit of public
money» subject It» the rout
First, The national hanks of thi» elty may
al depositories of the nubile fund» »ub
jeet to tins approval of the (\>nneil.
Second, The Union National Hunk shall be
the active bank and the others shall he known
as depository hunks.
Third, Interest at tin- rate of not less than
two per cent, yearly shall he credited by each
bank to tho city monthly on Its average «le
♦»«»sit.
Fourth, All the «ash receipt» of tho city
shall he deposited In the active bank.
Fifth, On the second Friday of each August
and February the treasurer shall draw in the
usual way from the active bank and deposit
iuul purls in »u«'h depository bunks us
•n approxed by (Vun« il. seventy
.ȕ per cent. of suit! funds actually iiVde
poslt with said active bunk, provided that
none of the depository bunks slut 11 receive
more than twenty (2b) per eel
sixth. Whenever and as i
deiHiidi in the active hank «hall
n-auecd to (5)0,UU) the city tie
<liaw from each depository hank the sum of
*A,«I band dei»«»sh the same ill the active bunk,
hut when the de|H»>lt in a depository bank is
reduced to $5,14*» <»r less the whole of said de
posit shall he withdrawn when the next draft
is required.
All resolutions or parts of resolut bins at
varience with the above regulations are here
by rviH-alvl.
'»lined ;
1 of ; lie
li.
have 1
fix
mini.
»f ten as the « il y
dually be
-nrer -hull
lu moving the adoption of the résolu- j
tiou President Benson said lie did not
wish to force hasty action. He realized
that the resolution dealt with a very im I
portant subject, and t liai every member
of C'onm il should have an opportunity
to study the case, and, if ho wished, air
his opinions about it. He therefore
moved that the resolution and tho ques
tion it raised bo referred to the Council
as u committee of the whole; and that
the committee be instructed to meet at
8 o'clock on Wednesday evening,
August :!, and prepare a report to be
submitted to Council on Thursday
evening, August 4. And that the clerk
of Council tie instructed to notify the
president of each of the national banks
»if the city, that they shall have the
privilege of being heard nt said commit
tee meeting cither in person or by n rep
sentative. The resolution was adopted.
Tlxe bond of ex-IStroel Commissioner
Francis McCloskey, given in 1885, was or
dered to be cancelled.
The session lasted but little more than
half an hour.
>*1.75, »1.7.5. K 1.75, ftM.75, ÜH.75
cturh from \VIlining*
I,.;, and Sunday, July
d to return Sunday or
To Atlantic city am
all train* Sat
ton
3« ami 31. Tickets g»
Monday.
AMUSEMENTS.
C'AHEMV OF MUSIC.
A
Wcdnosflay evening.Augn«t 8,G*M>rge Wilson*«
Mammoth Minstrel», George Wilson, Frank
('ashman.
to FIRST-CLASS ARTISTS 30
-■rve seal sale opens Saturday at the lto\
office. Uriee.s: 75,5U, 35 and 25, Parade at 11.45
on the morning of «rival.
;
HELP WANTED.
ioY WANTED WHO HAS WORKED! N
> print ing office to serve a term «s appren
tie* Apply at Evan ï mi Jofüna» Office.
rÀNTED FIFTY FIRST-CLA88 BLOCK*
makers ami paving cuttrni. Apply nt
Carrcrofl Quarries, B *V « ). R H., near Wil
mington, Del. PATRICK FAHEY.
i
V'.
AI!H I NIST FIRST-CLASS MACHINIST
wanted : one who I« con;>etent to super
intend and rim delicate machinery. Steady
MACHINIST, Evas
M
employment.
i.Mi .lorn «ai. Office
Aildr
I ADY AGENTS WANTED FOR THE
I j Equitable Life of New York, only repre
uraen need apply. Excellent terms
t n sol ici I ors. ANSON A. MAHER, General
Agent. Equitable Building.
tentative
HOARD AND ROOMS.
ÀWO NH El •. FURND HKD ROOMH.
»Im» table hoarders. I«««» Washington St.
WANTED. lioAHDEBS, GOOD ACCOM
'ft modatinn». No. 4UT» Eu»l Fourth »I reel.
APPLICATION'S.
LICENSE
OTIC K. I. W M . W . W A R I ),T 111 : T K N \ N T
und occupant of the house* »Runted «I the
northwest e«»rner of Linden uml Adam»
Ht reels, in the Tenth ward, in the city of Wil
mington, county of New Coat le. Slate of Dela
ware, In compliance with the requirement» of
•ts of the « «encrai Assembly in »neb ease
made and provided, do hereby give notice that
1 »hull apply in writing to the Court of (den
era l Sewoons of the Bence and Jail Delivery of
the State of Delaware, in and for Ne
eounty, on Monday.the Iftlh day of September,
!*•*;, being the next term of s-ifd court, for a
llefiiM* for said house a« an inn or tavern for
tlovKale therein Of intoxicating Honore In le-
quantities than one quart, to he drunk on (he
premises, and the following reapuctublo eilt
.«id. ut least twelve of whom
are suhstantlal freeholders of suhl ward,
reeommemi the said aptilteation. viz:
WiSSSS^'
John M. Young,
EergnaKethy,
I lins, r Si*»Hare,
David Dnngell,
Batliek 51 alter,
Michael « 'onle>,
Tho«. J. < 'ra\ en,
Hugh Connell,
.himeft Murray,
John MeEntlre.
Timothy MrSwiney,
Bat rick *5 Bolen.
WM. W. WARD.
X
Hie
fasti.'
.f said
Jas. T. Dolen.
Edward McGuire,
Morris A. Gmbh,
Win. A. Until.
Michael MeF.villcy,
Tho U. Bayley,
T. Kenney.
John J. M< «ley,
Jo ept. i'a>lon,
P< iff F. Gelsaler,
William Green.
Tim». Fane,
Philip Lynch,
Cl.arte- Kane.
>;s BROWN. THE
-enpant of th.house dlttal.-d
at No. It Cl West Fourth siren. In the Mrsl
wa-d in thn city of Wilmington, countyot
Nev. t'nstle and State of Delaware, in com
pliance with Hie requirements of theat-tsot
th,. General Assembly In such case made and
provided, do hereby give notice Dial I shall
apply in writing to the Court of General
Se'-ionsof the Peace and Jail Delivery of the
State of Delaware, io and for New Castle
County, on Monday, the fi'lh iluy of Septem
ber. 1*«, bring the next term of said con it,
for a license for sai l house as an Inn or
lav.rn, for the sale then In of llltoxleattne
liquors In le-*, quant 11 le* than one quart, to )»•
drunk on the premises, and the following
of «aid ward, »t l«*«»t
1. J AM I
X'UTD-K.
■»era ml
rebjaetahle clfixen»
twelve i»f whom arc »ulmtnntial Deehonlers
ol >*iUi ward, recommend the »eldapplication,
viz:
George Stef nicken.
John Bader,
< hurle» ( orrigan.
Daniel we**,
Jam®» A. •« Donnell,
JnBct>]J. Iiarklns.
Jaxpe« McKenna.
Daniel Mol n:kcr.
Anton Hau her.
John Meal' ,
Wro. Huber,
| Frei .Well, fcr.
| 5N H. Jack,
James B. Welsh, M. D.
John Green.
William Boyle.
>. J. McManus.
Geo. O'Neill.
William McCartney.
Henry Grebe.
J. ). Me!«9ueh'in.
.'.moi citnmnns.
Jacob Schieber
Tho». L Hu&scli.
John Pyle.
Jos. B. Oil son.
JAMES BROWN.
(JINE PHT SffiHlBt FAILED*
, ,
Snllorpil
iit.l Kltl* I
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Many III« Whirl» the I lesh Is Heir to.
who You Should Consult for Proper
...
ru r t v " r> 'r r. 1 r
ont . , n „ , | ; .k<i can ta-11 (lie raus. ,>f 1,1» *11
3 h. t » n . applying medicines for some
troublesome ,-ymtom» »t a disease, the muse
of which {« located in the liver or kidney*,
Wasting diseases uro very often kept alive
by disordered kidneys or liver. Theimpnrl
tltj* from food, air and water are absorbed by
then) stem n ml deposited In some vital organ
of the body. I ncrease the act Ion and strength
of tin
thed
<"' ,M IH-rmanently cured if he would eon
,ult 11 who has studied into the
cause« nna who then ran apply the proper
Dr. Murat on eure« th> «IIwiihimI liver ,
und kidney* of IiIh patient-. um hundmlHof
1-MteW.ta's 1«,, el; Iren* will t.>ttf>.
I
\ LADY'S TKSTIMOMAI..
Mrs. Jiaiy Williams, a ladv living at No.
f)- 1 Nassau street, Philadelphia, gives Di'* I
particular* of her treatment : "I li.nl been III .
fu-several years from what lliedocmrs called I
malaria l used to have chills neardy every
day. followed by fever; my nervous system
became slintlertd, und I wasdreadfully weak;
, )u . ,i|g|„ e st exertion would muse me totrem
hie and my heurt to palpitate.
To Clive Heller to a I .ad y Wh
From Dîneuse* of I lu» IJ\er
upyi, IVlilvIi I» flu» Direct
xcretory organs and yon overcome
. Many a man who has suffered j
for years from heodsebe and lias taken every
known "heiolsi he medleiiie" w ithoul avail
4 ,
. ? ? 11
vi*ry gl«lüy in my lu*ml. My nkln g«»t kh1I*»\v:
my appétit«» wax varlBhle.ooiuetlnu»« voracI ouh
then again inttliinK would tuiupt me to cut. 1
ml wan treated with a* mitiit «s
Ine phynielaiiN. but none gave me any relief,
OOllMdlO.I
In fact, 1 are
"It aeenual that till they cmthl tlilnk of tvao
mil
i)Utaino. and so I wna dotted with it .
■iyatota was fairly saturated with the drug. I
heoatnn «ell-tilgh dlseooratfed of ever Ming
hotter, hut a nleinl, who had lein gronlb
UniolUltsI by the vegetable remedies pro
-elBast by Ur- 'f|,T- , "r,.25i 1 l , |' w.is inos
• Jm since I lind weal
Iid.iiflcf a Week S I rent mi'll, jo the
me t<> g lx c Dim
happy
to him.
l»rc»«*nt tim«* I have not hail on«of tba olU
ho- vailed malarial uttavk» or any of the bud
Ict lltigM before denn-llted. I have also gained
ven ixttinds in weight.
I glad lx rc|M»rl tli« re»uU «»f my px|K»rl(»nr«»
xvitli t be different treat iiicuIh. h Is due to
Dr. Marston that I owe my i»resent beulth."
Sufferers xvisbing t«» know us to the eurabll
Ity of their case, the
in at ment, etc . «
bis office, or xvrite
ert^e, x% ben an oniiihm
method to he ad
Marpton makes no charges for consultât l«»n
either personally or by letter. No. lîli South
Ninth hi reel, «»njioaite Walnut Street T«*eat re.
1'hllaib'h'hia. l'a. Ilouo: '•» I«» 4 and «*» to »*;
Sunday», î» to 12 a. m.
expen
call upi»n the «ha t«
full history °f their dln
ill be given and the
cure.
neceHKary
nt
Dr.
effect
opted t
UKAL KsTATF.
f'ol; BENT-ONE HOUSE, No. «I» UN
1 eoln street. Apply to JOSEPH J. Glli
SON. Nu. W7 Van Buren uln-el.
1,'on I<KnT sToKK IN ODD KELLuW'S 1
,*
II. (*. CLARK, f
if Kp*RI.. -Trustees,
■»»IK HALE.
1'
STORE AND DWELLING.
In the northwestern part of the city. An
old Htuml ami doing h got»d business.
si«»n at once, as owner Is retiring from husl
i . Apply »
1
JOHN MULVRNA,
No. 016 Market street.
NOTH' EN.
ME. WILBER, CELEBRATED « ARD
reader. No. 105 East Seventh street,
w loxv Poplar. Uric® 25 cents.
OTICE TIÏK CITY TAX COLLM TORS
xx III keep their office at No, lo East Sixtli
•row evening« until
M
N
strc!'t open tiii-s and to
7 o'rlwk t(» receive taxes.
EDM UND MIT« 'HELL,
EUGENE SAVERS,
Tax Collectors.
VDTIUE 1 NOTIFY ANY I'KHSON NOT
iN to trust anything io my wife. Marl Anna
Skupaki; site inis i»*ft my table and bed un»l
* U not la 1 responsifilo for any lieht-.
eontracteii by lier. ANTON SKUP8KI, No.
WW Kant Third alreet.
VU'I'II K. TA \-DA V Kl(» TA K E NOTICE
CITY AND SUHOtJL TAXES FOR
m»,».
Tho undersigned, receiver« of taxe» fur the
city of NVilinlngton, will b© ut No. lift East
Sixth street, between Market and King streets,
during the months of July and August, M».',
een the Iionrs of and 12 In the morning,
and from 2 to «) in the afternoon, for the pur
pose of receiving taxes. On all taxe» paid
during July there will he a reduction of 5
cents on every dollar, and all taxes paid on
after the first day of August shall ho payable
without reduction, as aforesaid, «ml all taxes
unpaid on the first day of Scptcmper shall be
by the addition of 5 per rentum on
increase
the amount thereof.
EDMUND MITCHELL, .It:..
District, including all
Receiver North®
norih of Sixth .street.
EUGENE SAYRES,
Receiver Southern District, including nil
south of Blxlh «true®!.
N OTK'K TO COUNTY Tax BAYERS.
Receiver of Taxes, John T. Dickey, will!
it* following place» during the month
coll««*
dj t-.Xtt» tor
\'"TI
x> Ret
»it at the (»»Rowing place»
jt Augu»t ,« tdalJ a «fttatsd for the
tlovL o icauc.!/ p>: fcn i ii J U
the year ïSâftJ
August 1-2—Blackbird.
August 3-4—Tow nsend.
August 5- Middletown.
August « Odessa.
August 1«) Delaware City.
August II St. Georges.
August 12 - Kirkw
August 13 Cooch'H Bridge.
August 17 • Newark.
August 1» (Mirisliana.
August 1ft Marshal It on.
August 2«« Milford Cross Roads.
August 23 Toy's Hotel.
August 21 Newport.
August iff I Tactical Farmer.
August 2T Sharpies» ScIkkiI IIou»e.
August ftkiP New fast le.
I.
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HANKING AMI FINANCIAL.
wO-iill WANTED t»N FIRST M(>RT
?'_•»! )W cage, at 5 i*<r irnt. Address II.
H . Evmttra JODM.AIs
WANTED ON FIRST MORT
J. K
S 5000
nt. Aildrt
ï . gage
K KvKNIAO JoPKNAL. «»Illc e.
All Stocks and Ronds listed on tin*
N cw Vcirk Stock Exchange bought and
, ' . •
seid ou comm iss loll.
i (Jraiu and Provi.ioils,
.... . .
Margin Accounts sollcltod.
Private Wires to New York Exchanges
nnd connections with Chicago Hoard of
Trade.
,
SVlcCLUIMG & CO.
BROKERS,
902 Market Street.
»
Daily market letter sent to customers
nt application,
RT1SANS' SAVINGS BANK.
A
NO. till MARKET STREET.
D« la ware.
\\ iluiinglnn.
I »pen rlaitv from M o'chs k a. m. until 4 p. n...
»ml on Tuesdays and Saturdays from i U>s
T - ÿ 931,735.44
St«,S81.4t
P- nt.
' ASSETS
'
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'
;
DEPOSITS.
.
drposlm of
more calender mouths at
$101,« 54 .ua
SURPLUS,
INTEREST ALLOWED on
money for one
rat® of 4 p« r rent, per annunj.
.Money 1<»uned on Mortgage»
Renl Estate.
GEORGE W. BUSH. Brewdelit.
C. W ESLKY WKLUIN, Vice-President.
E. T. TA VI4OR. Secretary and Treasurer.
JOSEPH M. .MATHER, Auditor.
R. R. ROBINSON & CO.,j
M iv Nt, l»W.
1
j
BANKERS AND BROKERS,
CORNER FOURTH AND MARKET STS.
FOR SALE.
3') share« Union National Bank stock.
WANTED.
Equitable Guarantee and Triad Company
Meek. •
i.'entral National Bank r.tork.
Stock bought aqd sold in the New York,
Philadelphia and Boston markets on commis
sion.
Letter« of credit given. arr-llaM© In all parts
j «»f the world, aud drafts on La^luad. iie.and,
I Fiance, Germany and Switzerland issued.
ATLANTIC CITY HOTELS.
I
nyltuitla Railroad.
Leave Philadelphia, Market street wharf;
Kvuh. m< b;ji A AOUnml (VHI I* H.wwE
dopa. AmiianuHlHtlon. »00 and * tH A M.AÄI
«nit « Ï» I* M. Sunday», F.xpress, H«Ki. M5,
UttAM. Accommodation, 0 UU A M, 4 wi P M.
Philadelphia »V Reading IL R.
Leave ('lient nut «tree! and South Htreet
LtMÄÄÄ >8 A I

'P«« MANSION,
*
-- . . itn . AVfiAS AV1P
of 1 AC I F IC hihi ARKANHAH AJK
accommodation,
'" '' tx AUB, Proprietor,
i iotm, i:dison,
• 1 MICHIGAN ne t I'AC'IKU' AVENUES.,
pleasantly situated; eis*a grates; sanitary ar
rangements complet
, ,
II
11
r«*i
ATLANTIC CITY, N. J.
Fbe largest Hotel. Open «11 the year.
UNABLE* MeGLADK.
y t; IU'U> limiHK,
' DU S. DEOHOIA AVENUE. Boarding by
the day
MUS.**». B. LEEDS. Proprietress.
js VEILS HOTEL.
* Aimer ATLANTIC and UKOROIA AVE
SUES.
JOHN A. FVKHH, Proprietor.
OTKL ALLEN,
li
JOHN 11. COOKE.
Formerly of I
Ml
••.Melos.
OTKL HKCHLKH,
IL lli»( klrr Iiok takvn tin* llotrl Nornmn
« <»T!n*r of Atlantic and IVmmyivania av«
iiiii'H uml litt %•«! It up In flrnt-i'lim« biylfs
%. ** Klu i L n ,,A n us Hotel Jlcrk ®r.
- HUa Kmmn ,lrt noui jl IIKUKUCfL
II
1 i
. „ „ .-f.-o-.,,.,-.- »virvitir
1 •> E.\. E. ' '
OX LI. IMI'LH I Ai
nu H„. Beach; MARYLAND AVI'f, capacity
sap; home eiuuforia, with hotel convoldouees;
itoinDnotila uoil laid* tlrst-rlaw.; to s;t lier
lu\, jpilojis p, r work. O. W. KK.NDIlIt K.
, )M( .
I I* ; . <siss'l PI'I AND PVCIFIC
aVKNI ES The Leading Dnwn-Town Hotel,
»1. i trlt Holla nltd Eights. Newly anil richly
««>
i nains. Open «lithe year.
CIIAKI.ES 11. SASSE, Proprietor.
t
r|^m; ii.DUllHlK,
| y 0> iss«»UTH « \HOLINA AVENUE.
to $12 per weok; to JJ.l*» i»er day. Every
ffa.'tlltv for guests. Hou»© enlarged, having
KKUF COTTAGE,
• NO. 4 AUK ANS AH AVENUE, below At
luntlc, opposite KetMlIng «lc|K»t. Open May a».
Flmt-cloas accommtKlalioni«.
MHH.
A. M. LEEDS.
\DIS0N IIOUSL,
M
S». Sins PACIFIC AVENUE,below Mlclilgan.
New house. Um.-- ST to $11 per week. Board
tig by day or wi ck.
SAMUEL LAW, Proprietor.
large airy rooms
MBS. K. J. FI.DBF.DDF. Proprietor.
inullsiim;.
"I «II
MHS. N. HEED, Proprietress.
Mil: Nil IKLLV,
I
KENTUCKY AVENUE, near the ocean.
••»vly furnished; electric
Entirely new bouse, n
bells. Telephone No. 233.
• iniinniicnienl ns last year.
Hi: WKHTMINKSYI.Il,
T
KENTUCKY near Dart Hr Avenu®. Atlantic
City, N.,1. open all tb« year; entirely new
building; all modern lmpr«»x rnn nls.
CAPE MAY, N. J.
OTEL LAFAYETTE,
II
Elevator ami nil Improvement«.
$3.«jn to ^5.«io per day, according location
JOHN TRACY A- CO.
f rooms.
ftUEXTON VILLA.
v
Soar ilia ocean, lia« 1 »>■«»' piazza* and sun
parlor, with all modern conveniences. Special
rates to families for the season.
MHS. J. A. MYERS.
IITM. COI.BMU1A.
Home romfnrte; all modern eonventenees:
liar. Itenovalod and
papered throughout..
W. It. LIVE/EY, Proiirletor.
11
mode rath rales;
IjilHIITT HOUSE,
JACKSON STREET, near beach. Fine ocean
View; Electric Bulla in every room ; open all
the J ear.
S. W. G()LT._
' >IIK NEW MT. VFKNON HOTEL.
Fourth Heaton ; Directly on beach; Electric
Bell». Term«, »:.' «««) per day ; special rate» for
»eiiHon. (I|i®n all the year.
VALLEE .v sllKURICK, Proprietor«.
MIC OlllOLF,
I
'!
•nn; Excellent Table;
All room» faring the
•ked with Finest Liquor» and Cigar».
Lacked.
L. I'll IL. KOENIG.
> jou KIJ.'S AMFIIK'AN IIOlfHE,
1 NuS. h, Hi AND 12 WASHINGTON HT.,
CnpeMny. Ladle» and Kent*« dining parlors,
Boarding by day or week: meal» ut all
hours. First-( loan In all api»>intmeut»: three
niinulcH* walk from »tatIon.
EA CHEST INN.
BEAt TI AVENUE, Pane May City. N. J.
Direct^ on beach, near station, sm rlal rates
for the scanon. MBS. U. E. MUNROE.
VOM ING.
NO. Hi SOUTH LAFAYETTE STREET.
CnpeMay Ult y, N. J.; near new depot* En
larged ami renovated. Terms reaa*»nahl®.
MRS. A. FOSTER.
Bur nt
Gentlemen only. « 'ufe at «
S
w
CAPE MAY POINT, N. J.
'in; «■ \n: noi m;
AT THE SUMMER CAPITAL.
..-nlirely new inaimueiiicnt. All mrslcrn
improvements. Every advantage. Hoi and
cold sea water liai le. Table I he very liest.
Terms moderate. Safe surf bathing.
w. W. AI'SLEY.
\
»»
W
'KIOIIT'S \ iLI.A.
t'AITi MAY POINT. N. J.
First-class accommodations, reasonahlo rates.
AMMON WRIGHT. P
•P
NEW LICENSED HOTEL.
Riverside House
AT
PENNSGROVE. N. J.
Summer
Open all the year,
hoarders.
WILLIAM FELL,
PROPRIETOR.
PUO BOS A I.s.
ftRGBGSALS BIDS FOR GLAZING THE
publie schools at so much ner light for
all bifce» of glas» »ingle ami «lonble thick will
i,. received in the lock box in the Imard room
until H o'clock 1». in , on August H, isttt.
L. Ii, JONES, Sec re ta r>,
Boanl of Bnhlic Edm-ation
REMOVAL*.
R. GRIFFITH HAS REMOVED TO
Northen**« Corner Fifth and Shipley St».
Inble rinllding, ftth and Market »treet».
R.
BUOI'FSKIONAL.
B. PETER COUPER,
1)
EYE AND EAR.
Equitable Building, Ninth and Markot Stree
Hours, 6 a. m. ta 1 p. as. Take the elevator.
FOR SALK.
UP
»; V)U SALE AT A HARO AIN A KINK I
I twn-«eatnd carriage (Surrey) pnrrlmaed
mi invalid, U i'il lnit. Once. It will he Mold
low. Apply Dll Wo«t Front Htreet.
F YOU WANT to SELL OR RENT FHOB
erty rail on HAWKINS »V CO,, 71- Market
M«n*«*|. No charge unie»» rented or Mold.
I
FI UK INMl KAMI!.
|X)H FIUK INHURANC'R IN THE MOST
I reliable comn.inlc» at lowest rate», call
(Ml.. 712 Market ntrert..
mi HAWKINS -V
EXCURSIONS*
( * 11A \< K
A (JKEAT
FOU LODUKF. SUNDAY SCHOOLS
and uthel' or nan I/.at loin.
The Steamer It ICH All!) STOCKTON.
nowar nn: n.w
To Augustine PlaK stniipltig nt IVnnsVllle to ,
meet tin' Wiliiiliiglou liiials. At New Castle {
even Thursday. K.seursion tickets, Site. .VI i
eer cent, to societies. C.UT. JOHKPli I
MeDaUE. Chester, l'n.
V KW JKUSBY AND WILMINGTON I
A KK.UIt Y COMPANY.
boat« uuNNiNG
BETWEEN W 11. -
MINGTON. t PKNNf«- ;
vIllk 1 ;' ATbAvnr ■
zT'i'akk.^ 1 * 1,1 Nl OI ' N !
Leave Pennsgrove* rer' Wllml ugton a. n. H.m j
mid 10a. III.: L'H). ft.OaMKl UJklp,I
Leave Wlltninulon, dully, fnr Ueimitfrovo, at
T.. Jiaml li;Da.m; i:D,4lOand7P.ii.JThe
t.inhnKt eohneem at »Vim*«n»vn willi Htertimr
Major K« > hold for New U.»Mle, Delaware City
and Srth ih. J j
Leave IVnnavlIle for Wilmington at (115ami I
in.; amt 5 :i) and «il», in.
ve Wilmington for rennavllle, at 7 a. in.
and l 30, 4 U« titid < IA p. in.
SUNDAY ONLY.
Leave Wilmington for Atlantic City and
Fennsgrovo at T !*) a. in. .
Leave Wilmington for Dennngrovc. Wmxl
litnd Moindi, Lincoln Dark and Uenimvillc* at
H 45 a. in. ....
Leave Wilmington for Lincoln Dark, 1 p. in. i
Leave Wilmington for PelUUgTOVo and
I ViintvIIks l ;«» p. tn.
Leave Wilmington for l , 0nttsgrove at A 30 p.
in. and H 15 p. in. ... „ „
l<t?ttve I'onnsgrove for Wilmington al 0 ÄV, 8
a. ni.; and 4 ft and 7 515 p. tn.
Leave Deansville at 11a. in. and 515MI p. in.
for Wilmington.
Leave Atlantic City at A AD p.
mlngiou
Leave Lincoln Dark at - 50 and ®30p. m. for
Wilmlnatou. \ ' _
«Mi Saturday nights a hont will leave renn»
ville at :««» I». in. for Wilmington.
Kare to Atlantic Ulty ami return..
Fare to Lin<M»ln Dark and return..
Fare to IVnnagfuvp and return....
Fan 1 to UefiUHN llle and return..
I
,u.
l'
Mill).
Li
i. for Wil
$i no
•Ml
»•
APE MAY
G
▼ IA
PALACE STEAMER
RE PU I) LIC.
Uegttlsr lri;w commencing Juno 15th.
Train leaves French street,(dally) at 8.8S a. m.
Faro for tin* round trip, good only i*n
day of l»»n«*. .
Glilldren between 5 and 12 year».
Round trip ticket*, good forwuunm. 1.25
.. 11.00
.■'O
>IIILADELPH1A 8TKAMBOATH.
1
STEAMERS
CITY OF CHESTER
and
BRANDYWINE.
Fast Dnswnger and FrelgbL Dully, Sunday
Included.
Leave Wilmington, Fourth street wharf, at
7.30,10.30 a. in.. 1.15. 4.15, 0.46 p. in.
c IMilImlclphla. <'hesmut street wharf,
7.ÎW, 10.15 a. m M L3U and 4.««*. «1.45 p. in.
All InmIs stop lioth way« wt i :lie*M»*i*
Fare l « • Chi
IMtiladelphiu. Shk*;
glMMl to
ticket t »
U. It., 7L .
Tickets sold thnuigh t
1». «s R. R.
checked oil •«teniiic
i*
•u
H'
15c.; excursion,
excursion, NH-. Ticket»
return on vlllirr l»»ut. Excursion
ffilfodclphla ndurnlng \la 14. A «.
Atlaidlu « Ity via
Bh , r gaui
t n.ck
Double
1.
I lirouuli.
lit lie
rill.lTK Al.
isqU COUNTY COMMISHIONEll
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY
JOHN J. MEALEY,
ITH I HD DISTRICT. WILMINGTON.
Subject to the rules of (ho Democratic
party.
l^OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY,
JAMES MURRAY,
THIRD DISTRICT, W1LMINOTON.
Subject to the dvcinloii of the Democratic
party.
pOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY
ROBERT SUTTON,
FOURTH DISTRICT.
Subject to the rules of the Democratic
party.
'OR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
1
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY,
WILLIAM L. WIEK,
FOURTH DISTRICT.
Subject to the doclhion of the Democratic
party.
J,'0R COUNTY COMPTROLLER,
HENRY C. CONRAD,
OF CHRISTIANA HUNDRED,
Subject to the decision of the Republican
nomination. *
pOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY.
ANDREW S. EL 1 ASON,
FOURTH DISTRICT.
Subject to Hie rules of the Democratic
tarty.
* /th ï
jH)U COUNTY COMBTHOLLEH
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY,
1
GEORGE D. WATSON,
OF BRANDYWINE HUNDRED.
Subject to the decision of th© Republican
party.
pOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER,
JOHN J. GALLAGHER,
i to the decision of th© Republican
party.
SOB RECEIVER OF TAXES AND
' COUNTY TREASURER
OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY,
PHILIP R. CLARK,
Subject to the decision of th© Republic«
Party,
UP GOES THE THERMOMETER
AND
DOWN COMES THE PRICES.
OUR
BARGAINS CONTINUE.
All our Summer goods must
go this month.
from.
^ • i i
Our oc Ginghams are nearly
ï 1 .
ClOSCU OUt.
We are now placing on our
counters Canton Cloth, Chal
j lit>S . «"d Pineapple Cloths
which \VC Will UlSDOSC Ol at
»,
lOCCIlts; former piTCC, 12
' » * /A
j
j ^
I
i
We ktivc a large lot of W B
Summer ( 'orsets, which \vc
will close out at a sacrifice.
We also have a choice lot
of Ladies' Waists to select
Our Children's Dresses con
sist of some of the finest
styles and qualities, which we
will closeout regardless of cost
to make room for other goods.
Don't forget that Wrappers
are sold
THIS WEEK ONLY
At a io per cent, discount.
This is the opportunity you
arc looking for.
Our Ladies' Suit depart
ment consists of a chbice line,
from $2 up to the finest qual
ity.
Dressmaking a specialty.
- ;
THE
ARCADE,
224 Market St.
WE HAVE
.lust received utioUicr lot of those
TubI black Drop Stitch Hose, also in
tuns ami «lûtes, '45 cents per pair.
White Chamois Gloves, T6o ; Silk
Gloves, black, white, tan and slate,
7Sc and $1.00 value for '25 cents.
SILK MITTS,
... « . _ „ „ i _ j _
hlftCK, White, tanB, Elfftt'8 UlKl rCdS,
'2.5 coiit»
Whiio LihIo Thread Gloves, 10
celitd.
MRS. DOUGHERTY,
232 KING STREET.
«HAVE MEN.
FAIR WOMEN.
Fascinating in its interest
is the story of love and
war told by
Capt. Charles King,U.S.A.,
Tlie popular writer, a part
of which appears in this
issue.
Look for
"Tin:
SOLDIER'S
SECRET."
Should he read from the
beginning.
BEGUN JULY 26.
Back numbers can be had
at the Counting Room.
There is aTl M E and
PLACE for Every
thing,
to buy property is
now. The place is
HEALD & CO.,
7th and Market Sts.
The TIME
|
FOR PURE ICE CREAM
STOP AT THE
i
WAYSIDE LUNCH PALACE
Where « e mak* it hr hand Also for a cvp of
F r©nc.h Drfn coffèé. Pit». ?aud'^.:he« ot all
kinds. 1.. .», Beef Tea and t hocolaie.
No. d £fe>t Fourth direct.
C. R. HOLT, Proprietor,

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