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?I'RRENT OMUHHT H?XK HAPPEN
INKS INTIRISTIrtw ITKMS.
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Ii von \*.aiil a kcmmI Cliriotiuas AdTQlllsil
menl in | paper nuil l?v ev erv l?o,l\ in toa n,
jun had battas I el ?? ph one "I lo* | inn ? " af
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Sumlay-Scliool ?aattaf iimi Spacial Siiti
-lay S?-i vices.
Thc mont lily meeting of the Eourth
Presbyterian Sunday-school inion was
held at thc Fourth church Sunday even?
ing. Addresses were delivered D? Rev.
ll. R. HowisOD and Messrs. W K. Ilill.K.
H. Gilliam, secretary, and .1. D. K.
Sleight, president. Very encouraging re?
ports were read from all of the schools,
and thc singing o! thc school, led by the
choir, was an Intereating and enjoyable
The meeting of the Methodist sunday
School Society, called at Kroad-treel
church, was postponed until January '.',
The Baptist Sunday school Society met
at the First Baptist church at 8:80o'clock
I'. M. Mr William Ellyson presided,
with Mr. K. K. Gwathmey a-* secretary
pro ti m. Good reports were received from
the schools, considering the seaton. An
average attendance of about two thou?
sand scholars pei v.eek was reported.
Addresses were made by Kev. Dr. T. P.
Bell, of the Foreign Mission Board, and
Kev. W. B. Bagby, missionary to Rio Ja
Kev. .1. Powell Garland, presiding elder,
preached hi> first sermon as such Bunday
norning at Trinity church.
At Denny-street' Methodist church Rev.
Mr. Jefferson, the new pastor, and at
Union-Station, Kev. Mr. Marlin, who suc?
ceeds Kev. Mr. Cheatham, officiated.
Rev. Dr. Hoge preached al the Fourth
?treet Preebyterian church Sunday morn?
ing, and had' a good congregation at I lld
Market Hall at night.
At Seventh-street Christian church
live new member! were received, and at
Bight three young men joined the church.
Although there has been no regular re?
ligious revival or protracted meeting
since the Kev. Mr. Cave took charge,
seventeen additions have been made tn
the membership. Sunday morning Rev.
Mr. Cave officiated, and at night Kev. C.
F. Mortimer officiated.
Notwithstanding the fact that the day
wa- very Inclement and the walking
limply awful in -onie section-, lhere wa?
ft very fair attendance at all of the
Preacher Barnes Installed.
Kev. J. H. Barnes, the newly-called
pa-tor of Fulton Baptist church, was in?
stalled Bunda] evening with Interesting
and Impressive ceremonies. Appropriate
addrc--i- were made by Kev. Dis
Hatcher. I.aminnn. and the newJydn
stalled pastor, Mr. Barnes succeed- the
popular Rev. Percy G. Elsom, and enters
upon a very fruitful field with the beal
wi-lu- of many friends.
ii. i*. o. ilk*..
Senator William I.oven-tein was una?
ble to attend the meeting of the Grand
Lodge,B. P.O. Elks.iii New York, Sunday.
Hil place was well -upplied by Captain
James B. Angle He wa>* accompanied
by one or more of Die order.
.Next Monday night the new club
house will be dedicated with very inter?
eating .services. There will be songs,
sentiments, speeches, and the usual in?
A Tree Ad v cit i-einciit.
A jeweller of Richmond advertises
that he has thc Cluv erin- watch key on
exhibition, and also take- occasion to -av
that he ha- on hand I full stock of?,
Ste. This enterprising tradesman is up
to -null', and Intends working the Cluve
rius affair foi all that it li worth. Com?
ment i- unnecessary.
N?*\*. lin - Yin tn Ball.
The Governor yesterday granted per
mission to the city to strengthen Die old
bell tower in the Capitol and also to build
it higher, preparatory to the putting in
place of the new fire-bell. The new bell
will weigh about ?,imhi pounds, and will
be -truck by electricity, lt will be dis?
tinctly heard all over town. Thi- ;u
rangement is only temporary, ai the bell
will be placed in the new City Hall tower
aoaoon as that building shall be com
AnotliiT Snit Ayuin-I |tM Cit J.
Suits against the city of Richmond ap
ar nowaday Io vie with the Louisiana
ottery in bc4ng the easiest source t<>
wealth and fortune.
xli Geor?< Minims entered suit in the
Circuit Court yesterday against the city
Ol Kichmond for damages receivud by
hiu? by falling into an excavation on
Boyd stree!, between Kinney and Norton
?treats, ob the night of December ith.
he bUbtainin ; serious bodily injuries.
Snpr^tn*** 0<-m--t of Ap-,**-**-*.!*.
Thc following cases were considered
Allen and others against Patton's ad
ministraior. An_ued by Colonel Vf. W,
Gordon for appellants and Colonel John
II. (ray tor appellees snd submitted.
clark, hw sc.,against ih<* city of Rich?
mond. Argued hy H. T. Cramp, Esq.,foi
plaintiff in error.
Smith against Tate. Prom the Circuit
t'om; ..i Sm\th count** A.-firmed, <ipln
lon delivered on Timi-.lay last by Judgi
John Thoma- (colored | n sa found guilty
of breaking Into the house of Q
Haney ami wa- Bent tO jail for tv..
months and fined one cent.
Johna ti William Johnson alias Henry
sim- (colored), charged with breaking
Into the store of Cohen Brothers in the
night time with intent to commit larceny,
w as tried and found not guilty.
sims wa-al-o charged with breaking
, into thc store of B. FlOI-heim anti steal
1 ing sundry clot bing I berefrom of the value
ol' $10. The goods were lound in his
possession ; but ss there was no evidence
to convict him of thc housebreaking, he
[dead guilty of petty larceny, ami wa
Bent to jail for three months.
.Lames Allen (colored), charged with
breaking Into the house of Mts. Bridget
O'Donnell with intent to commit larceny,
was found guilty ami sentenced to the
penitentiary for two years. This sen
tence carries an additions] term of five
ra making seven in all -Allen having
i already served one term in that in-titu
| tion. Motion to set aside the verdict w*i
; overruled, and the hill of exceptions will
!.c filed to-da\.
Yesterday was the time -et for the
Judge's decision On the demurrer to the
I evidence in the boycotters case. Judge
Atkins not having arrived ai any conclu?
sion in thc matter, thc CSSS wa- DOSI
Doned until >ome future da\.
The following are the most important
- before the Police Justice yesterday ?
Lincoln Hall and George Collins (col?
ored), charged with stealing a bundle of
pipers from W. H. Carter. Carter sells
papers on th.- train, and the robbery was
Committed at the Inion depot, where the
papen had been -cul to await the arrival
of the train.
The t wo Loy- were separated, and, being
[Ult Upon the stand, Loth told e\a< tIv thc
-ame -tory a- to how they came into p..
Session Ol the papers. There being no
positive evidence that these parties were
connected with the theft, they were dis?
Floyd Rose (coloredi, charged with ap*
propriating $3.60 belonging to J. J. Suth?
erland. Case continued until to-day.
In the case of Tom McDonough, charged
with creating a disturbance in Nardlnfs
har room, a commission of lunacy was
ordered, and McDonough wa- -cut to
jail to await the result.
I- th* BlIOW Ordinance Correct-.'
Borne years ago a large property-owner
was tined in the Police ('..int for not hav?
ing the snow removed from the front of
his premises, lie appealed lo the Hust?
ings Court, and the ordinance was pro?
nounced unconstitutional. A resolution
wa-then in n..d licet! in the Ci ty Council ami
referred to the Committee "ii' trdinances.
That COmmitti e drew up an ordinance,
w li ich was submitted to the city attorney.
Thal officer pronounced that ordinance
unconstitutional. By thi- time winter
was over, and the matter was dropped.
The question now is, under what ordi?
nance are people required to clean off
snow or pay a tine. I- thc ordinance SS
worked under now constitutional or not!
The -now should Lc removed, do one com?
plains of ihe proper and impartial en?
forcement of the law, hut is lhere any law
on the subject, is the question. Is it a
snow ordinance, or is it no ordinance ''.
Ail I n% est Iga! ion lo be Had.
Police Justice Richardson recived In?
formation yesterday morning that b
ored infant had died under suspicious cir?
cumstances in a house on Mayo street.
The I'oliee Justice visited the hou-e
w herc he found the corpse "i' a three*
month's-old mulatto bab]
There wa- nothing lo -how that the
child had died from any oilier than
natural causes. Being led to believe that
thc child had died from neglect, Mr.
Richardson decided to tinier au invc-ti_a
.l?\\?-irv Bnrglara Cam-dii.
The window ol' .1 T. Allen's jewelry
I story was broken Baturday night and
about $40 worth of jewelry stolen out of
it, Detective John Wren yesterday ar?
rested Powhatan Madison (colored),
charging him with the robbery, he (Wren)
having received information connecting
Madison with the offense.
A search warrant was Issued and exe?
cuted upon llie premises ot Henry and
Sarah Madison, father am! mother of the
accused. They denied all knowledge of
the stolen goods, hm despite that fact the
property WM lound and they were also
arrestee.. Detective S\ ran recovered about
s'io worth of gooda, being about $20
than Mi- Allen waa aware of hat
Airc-t- La-M \i;lit.
Lee Burta Payne (colored) was lodged
in the Second stat ion hou-e li-l night,
charged with stealing a trunk from Wm.
.lack-on. A -eanh warrant w a- executed
upon her premises by Policemen Sweeney,
and the stolen trunk found
Annie Robinson (colored) waa locked
up at the same place on the charge of
stealing ;t pair of shot - from Eliza Harris.
Five hundred hue art picture- lo be sold
without reserve to thc )ni,die-t didder at the
large auction sale at NH woad street, next
Tuesday and Wednesday.
Th-> M..rart ? m*tralc-.
The attendance last ni*;ht was not as
large as thc merit- of a abort bat Will
selected programme merited. Miss (Iris
wold sing two nunihers and was sneered.
Thc inst tnenri tong wai s little gem.
The instrumental piece- were all lively
and were well executed. The trio hy
Reinhardt, Equi, and [ardella, was de*
servedly eweored. Governor and Mrs Lee
were present. Mr. Charles L. Todd, one
of the new governors of the sssociation,
wa-one of the fioor committee and will
make on efficient officer.
I un at the Theatre.
To night "'Skipped by the Light of the
Moon'" will be produced al the Theatre.
lt i- .-aid to be Immense, li ia full of
humor, sparkling music, original and tak
im* songs and ."mic situations. It ls
equal t<? ** < Iver the ? larden Wall" or
" Crazy Latch." and il i- hoped that good
houseg will greet the company al
Ho*.*, oi t li- llilierni* :i.
(Inc of the mosl Inst nu live and eu
lertalning exhibitions of the lesson will
he that ai the Mozart Academy to-night.
Howorth's Hibernica has Leen exhibited
In Richmond before, and was received
with great favor. It i-1 first-class enter*
tainment. There will he no matinee to?
day, but the house sho dd be filled to?
night and at the two performances to?
morrow. The comedy part of the show
ia replete with Irish wit and humor, Loth
in tong and conversation.
The lin-.-, it/rr K''iiiiIoii.
The < lld Howitzer- celebrated the anni?
versary of the hattie of Fredericks!.ur_:
with greet spirit last night at Murphy's.
The _-uc-t- assembled in the parlor-at
7:80.and then- waa mutual congratula?
tions and hearty hand-shake-. At 8:}5
supper was served. 'Lhere i- no need to
dwell on this feature. Colonel Murphy
furnished a perfect hill of larc, and had
it elegantly served under his own super?
vision. 'Thc Howitzer Company, under
Captain 'leter, were received -laildiiu:.
ami hail a tahle to themselves. Comrade
B.Horace Hanes presided and Chaplain
J, William .lone- asked the blessing.
After supper speedie- were made hy
Colonel H. C. Carter. Captain P. II. Mc
Guire, Rev. J. William .lon.--. Char';.- I.
WingO, Judge Gi or* I L. Christian, Capt.
E. J. Bosher, and other-, and when the
Timi - representative was forced to have
the fun waa still furiously decorous.
Messrs. 'I'. Roberts Baker ami Edward
Gray were on the Committee on [nvits
timi-, and E. M. (rump and Luther IL
Larne-, that of arrangements, ami most
efficiently they performed their duties,
lt was one of the happiest reunion-of
two decade-, and their is life in the _ral
lant old Howitzers yet.
Good tot tn* old Soldiers.
Some time -ince a wealth} ami generous
gentleman of thi- city donated a lund to
Le distributed among the veterans at the
Confederate Soldiers' Home Tin- term
that a- many ss desired were io
write Sketches of What they MW or heard
during thc wai- -not fiction?bul personal
narrative. There will he three prize-.
"-onie twelve of these articles lia ve Leen
received and others will h.- ready ina
f.-w days The judges comprise a well
known minister, a talented literary gen tie
man, and an aide lawyer. The aa
will he made in time for tiie slice
competitors t.. roi sive the premium- a- a
( hri-tma- gift. It is proposed t.> give
the veterans a happy Christmas this
and while they arc not soliciting alms,
any contributions ma.!.- ??! tun kind
either at th.-home or to any of Its well
known friends in the city will be highly
They WI ah to "*?! .i K?- *_cknowled*j**niente<
. dain c. W. Burr, Commander of the
United Veterans, i- in receipt of a letter
from W. w. Simmons, clerk of the
(iharleston, B. ? '., <'itv tlouncil.
Mr. Simmons wishes the names and
addre-ses of all who contributed to the
charleston Relief Fund, io that ac?
knowledgments may be made
This seems a big undertaking and The
Times gladly gives publicity to this re?
quest, which reflects credit upon the City
Council of our lat cl \ -trii ken city.
Our Men j **i ii-it iiin-.
At a recent meeting of thc Richmond
Musical Protective I ni.m. the following
officers were elected for the ensuing yt si
ll. L. Laube, president; John Baaeler,
president ? J. I'. Lulim ?. secretary .
John IL Reintz, treasurer; W. J.Tremer,
sergeant al arms; hoard of tin-!,"- C. B.
Baseler, G. A. Thilow ami .1. c Rein
haitlt; executive committee, Richard
Wagener, Geoi > \ oelki i -Ii , A. .1.
Lelse,JacobBeier,and II. J. Tremer.
A Pleasant Time Predleted.
Th.- Brotherh.i of Locomotive Fire?
men, Lee Lodge, No. 275, Newport News
and Mississippi Valley and Richmond
and Awlleghany railroads, will give their
first annual hall al Monticello Hall to?
morrow night. Supper will be served at
Murphy's. The t lommittee of A111
ineiii- i- as follows -I 8. Marshall, J. A.
spear-, ami Eugene List.
*d rs, Heat I i*'- I initial.
The funeral of Mr-. Mary L. Beattie
took place Sunday morning from the
Manchester Presbyterian church. There
wa- ;t rery full attendance of mourning
friends, Alter th- services tbe remains
were taken t*i Maury Cemetery and in?
tent.I by the side of her husband, who
preceded her to the tomb just three
Por the benefit of those who cannot
attend the ii.ui linn. Baie, Bl IO A. M.. a **i?l*- will
tak*: i*lae*'al '. 1*. M. IX-not toruvl the date
and pillie Tuesday and Wednertday, liecem
ber 14th and lath, at A .Coben a Co.'a, ntl Urned
???ting e4 Both Hrmnchef l4Mt "-light.
The Common Council held a special
meeting last night to reconsider the
vote by which the resolution donating
500 lOAdt of coke to thc Ladies' City Mis
-ion was amended to DOOlOtdt.
The original resolution, donating 800
loads, was unanimously adopted, after
Which the Council adjourned.
Mo.ird Wt Aldermen.
This body met last night, sixteen of
the alembert were present.
The following Council resolutions were
concurred in: Authorizing the employ?
ment of fourteen men at #200 per year,
and a superintendent at $800, as lamp?
Appropriating $1,000 for the employ
meni of -i*\ physicians al $?"?" per month
for the revaccination of Indigent parties
and tue purchase of iIras.
Requiring all railroad- to keep all
crossings In the city dear for thirty min?
utes ut tor BU alarm of fire.
The ordinance appropriating$6,600 for
tbe construction and maintenance of the
Police Telephone and Telegraph signal
Ice and the operation of s patrol
d was defeated by s vote of li noes
The resolution appropriating $3,600for
the purchase of ? bell and strengthening
the tower was lost by a rote of 1 1 to 2.
Mr. N. I). Hargrove waa elected Alder?
man from Madison Ward vice la. Wag?
ner resigned. Thc ordinance Increasing
the police force by fourteen men was
A number of resolutions were Intro?
duced nnd referred.
I lir I.ult ?st Sioi-.nl ion.
Thc latest phase in tin- Cluverius affair
was developed yesterday. A man, who
declines to furnish his' name for publica?
tion, volunteer-the statement that hewa
"the old man" In the case. Thc alleged
"old man" met a lady on Bank street, and
escorted her to the American Hotel only
and nothing mort. He did not have curi?
osity enOUgh t0 S0 tO view the dead body.
and ha-kept quiet all ihis time because
he did not like notoriety. There is abso
lutalv nothing new In the affair. The
public was disappointed. They expected
an accomplice had been found, and that
there was a probability of a double 1
in?. The old man in the case panned
out as well as the man by whom Cluver?
ius expected to prove sa alibi soon after
"-inc- the above was written ii has been
ascertained that the name nf the alleged
oldman is William H. Chiles, carpenter
at the Chesapeake and Ohio -hop ami liv
inur at 515 North Fifth street. Last night
he declined to -ec the TlMBS represent :i
tivc and has as yet made no itatement,
and i- not certain that he i- the old man
or that he knows anything about the mat?
Attacked bj ? Maniac.
Fran/. II. Braeckle, S young man about
* art of age, attempted to commil
suicide at an carly hour Sunday morning.
lb icckle board-'at H. L. Wigand's, 518
Eas! Kneel street, where his employer,
F li'oeih. a fresco painter also b
About I o'clock Sunday morning Braeckle
cul the arteries ol' both his anns
hoping to thus blei d to death. Afti r do
in'_r this he went to Roe th'8 door, al
tin* third floor, and tried to awaken him,
inn wa-driven oil. He then went down
and was mel bj Mi V\
w ho, on the aighl of the flowing
blood. - loudly for help. |
I [earing her ci les, Mr. Wigs
came io her assistance \
ami appeared. Braeckle commenced hii
tiiiLr him and wounded bim very pain?
fully about the arm-. Hearing the dis
tu roan ce the other boarders caine to the
\\ ind, ami the mad m in
w a- gotten under i ontrol.
ll '.i four men to convey him to the
station-house, where he received the
proper medical attendance. Kater in the
dav be Was taken to jail, and yesterday
morning he was adjudged a lunatic by a
commission of lunacy.
Ii i om i lo* Board of Health.
Dr. T. i 'i -end- tim ri port Of
death- for the week ending, December
llth, whole number In city, exclusive of
siiil births, Cl ; -till births,5.
Then- wen five wbite males and five
white female-, nine eulorel male, ind ti:
teen colored fems
< if the number nineteen were Bil
twelve married, and three widows. There
w* i wenty nativi ?f Richmond, thir?
teen of other part- of the Knited S
ami one of England.
There were eleven deaths undi
6 and seven OVei ' ? I
deaths were reported beta -;? and 90
By wards the deaths were: Mat-hall,*-:
Jefferson, l; Madison, 2; Mooro ?
Clay, U : -lack-on. i 1. eily at I.ir
Almshouse, 2. There wei !2 deaths for
the week ending I december I.
nm Seventh lanna! Be-Snetloa Bah
real success, and yesterday we were
kept busy all day. Remember the prices
on every article ha- been greatly reduced.
ami m..-I tastily
-eic. ted stock ot diamond-, watches,
ry, silverware; ftc , ftc, ol any house
in Richmond. ' -" Idard a Moses < a etch
club beadquaiI 10 Main iti
If von wish to decorate your home
at a b irt, you e ia do so i>v
attending \. ? oben ki i aurel den at lil
a. M. and '. P, M., rm I ?> an I Wednendu*,
ip vt. Doa mtier lltli and I'lih.
For < heap toya, ftc . every one should
\ !-u tin* I and 1" cent store, S US Baal I
Cents' $4.00 slippers reduced to **!;?.*'?>
-it spence. Tyres I ?*?.-. n... -tr, gait Broad
riRSIMAL PARAtlRAPHS, UM MK*
TIOI. AID MMIAI, LAC9MC8.
The Narwa?!*! ha Day Bollad I lovrn
:m<l Sci veil I p in l^'oii
W. C. Harvey, .lr . has left on an ex?
tended trip South.
The sidewalk in front of Laurel -
Methodist church i- iii a had condition.
No business of public Interest wa- trans
?i< led at Henri.-o County Conn v
Seybatonio liobbetti, a native of Italy,
?.'a- naturalized in HenricoCounty Court
Work wai resumed on the City Hall
yesterday, after a cessation of a week.
caused by lim inclement weather.
E. H. Coleman, clerk of Amelia county,
and Iv K. Turner, clerk of Greensville
county, were at th.- Ci;.ito! yesterday.
Mr. c. F. Buck, genera] agent for tin
Washington Fife Insurance Company, i
In the city, and has been warmly wel?
The Grand Lodge of Masons of the
"-tate met la-t night at St. Alban'- Hall.
There was a large attendance, and the
proceedings wen- full of Interest to thc
Snow is predicted by Warrock' ? Alma
nae for to-morrow. The Timi.- predic?
tion for rain la-t Saturday and Sunday
as taken from thi- almanac were well
A Timk- reporter was in far-off Fulton
yesterday. The people of that flourish?
ing section are very anxious to be In?
cluded in thc great belt line of the city
railwav. as proposed.
Thc city ambulance was called out at
4 o'clock P. M. yesterday to attend a man
named Lacy, at Kith ami Main. Lacy
iken with violent [iain- and was
conveyed lo thc hospital
Major David B. Brldgeford, a former
well-known citizen and the well-known
Provost Marsha] of General Kee'-army.
had a difficulty in .New i or'; the other
night with Brady, of Star-Route fame,
about war matters.
Yesterday afternoon wa- an unlock)
one for wagons One loaded with ashes
broke down on Main Street between
Twelfth and Thirteenth streets, and an
empty one incl the -line f al c bet Well
Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets.
To-night there will be a motek trial, or
moot court, ai thc Christian Association
parlors, Thc judge, attorney, prisoners,
witnesses, ftc, arc all well known young
men, and an amusing, instructive, and
Interesting time ls expected
The Christmas Bazaa
Broad Btreet, for the benefit of the Cedar
Street Sunday School (Trinity Mis
i- well deserving of patronage. The
ladies have all kinds of holiday goods.
Open from I to IO o'clock P. M. every
nighl this week.
Kat ' * continue to attend the
free Indian -how on Broad Btreet, and lt
is pronounced a very fair exhibition. It
i- certainly a good -how for the price
A Times reporter called up Saturday
night, bul found the door-, closed, and
cannot Bpeakadvisedly; tut all who have
attended speak in high terms of the en?
Mr- Ei merry Mi-- Ida Bell,
who ls being -ned for divorce br her hus
band, is well known in Kichmond. From
i"*vi ? was in Richmond often
with For l's comp * md made a fine
impression. One Richmond gallant be?
came BO infatuated thal lu- follow! V
Kell to several cities. She ls a Baltii
girl, named Smith, and was one of the
biggest card- in the great play of 'Ado
Kure mixed candie- are Belling at IO
per pound at tbe 5 anil IO ceni stol
' Kron.I -i.
(,.-:;? - |8.00 -dippers are now reduced
al Hponi e, Tj
Seventh Holldaj Seduction of Jewelrj
Although our normal price- ar.* very
low. we will from thi- day until January
1, 1887, dye our patron- ile four
usual holiday reduction,and have accord
ingl) reduced the price of every article in
our -lore. I Mir -tock ha- never bei
. , ti i opel .
gold and silver-head umbrellas and cane-.
Sold pen .md toothpii
bronzes, silver match boxes, and ?
-Tettc-. a.?.. -a.-., fine diamouds, watches,
jewelry, silver and -livia ;
likewise reduced iii priii - An Inspection
of our goods and price- will I on\ ln<
that we have the larg I our
- arc the lowest. No trouble to
Call and examine them at
i .? DD iRD a A
-?? ?, ?
rio- tl mo* iiiii i ale.
v*. , lc 'J ' ?
li li ... i i. i
that !?; I lal id - i
harmless and the
i-. < 'olds, Bron* I
known. Don't take any ot'l
(so-called) cough cm
the] ci-r tin* seller less, I I
lng Hr. David' -
1'lench mixed candies arc selliug at IO
cents per pound, at the ft and 10 cent ton v
: Bioad -treet.
ed br C. W. Brenth *<"? _-.
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for a. perfect flood
t id. we might have had
' this morning, but I bi ra arei
tock 1 .
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quick and ii.
li-t. In ?.ur tter
tion of tin- i
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to realize ..ii them
on. We do not
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but we ilouis ti. -j
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livery hour, and
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nia consol c..up ins, July.'
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A. Ai Air-Line.
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heh. Lack, and Western,
I I' nm. l-t preferred.
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E. Tenn., common,
IL., king Valli
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