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THE WILMINGTON DAILY REPUBLICAN. PRICE ONE CENT. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1892. PRICE ONE CENT, I DILL DISCHARGED. Tho Oloarfleld Banker Escapes i ■n ii h . ■ Further Prose cution. THE BANK IS HELD RESPONSIBLE, Judge Mayer Ordered a Verdict of "Not Guilty, but Pay the Costs." Clearfield Depositors Despondent and lloutcdnic Depositors IOlatcd. Clearfield, Pa., Feb. 5. —The trial of President Dill, of the First National bank of Clearfield and of the Hontzdale bank, came to a sudden ending yester day From the nature of the evidence Judge Mayer took the case from the jury and ruled that the First National bank was responsible for the amount of the draft, and that Dill could not be convicted in the light of the evidei._ adduced. The judge directed that a verdict of "not guilty, but pay the costs," bo entered on tho record, and Dill was discharged. Attorney Snyder then made a motion for Dill's discharge from answering tin.» charges of embezzlement on the ground that, two terms of court had elapsed and no bill of indictment had been found. The order asked for was granted, and Dill was discharged on all the common wealth cases on the docket in this county. The depositors of the Clearfield First National bank are much exercised over Judge Mayer's rulings, while the lfoutz dalo depositors are much elated. The civil suit to recover tho $80,000 by the Houtzdale bank receivers will be tried next week._ Mnrricd a Mailman. Brookings, S, D., Feb. 5.—Judge An drews granted a divorce to Mrs. Olia Da Lilva Young, who belongs to the well known Da Silva family, for years promi nent in Gotham society circles. The father of the defendant, Jesse Young, is the late lord mayor and high sheriff of London. The* defendant is now thought to bo at Mexico City. Mr. and Airs. Young were married at St. Thomas church, Fifth avenue, New York city, June 2, 1890. During the ceremony the groom began to act strangely, and from that time exhibited signs of insanity. He treated his bride shamefully, und their honeymoon lasted but She returned to her mother with the ilinan." It is ,'eek. cry, "I have married thought Young is an opium fiend. Cruel Murder by a Mob. Nashville, Fob. 5. —Another bloody chapter if; to be added to the Barry barn burning matter Two of the negroes Hendersonville. ho were tried last fall at Gallat i were tho two Martin negrot warned by all they had better get away from the county. They returned Christ mas and were again warned. Wednes day night a mob of men, m known, heard that they wc cabin of their mother, and went there and called them to come out, which was refused. The mob then shot through the windows, and horrible to say, the old mother was shot and killed instantly. The Martin negroes remained in tho cabin until about daybreak, when they fled. The excitement is great. •quitted. They and w in the The De Ayala Murder » rial. Scranton, Pa., Feb. 5.—The defense began offering evidence in the De Ayala wife murder case yesterday, all tending to show that De Ayala was broken in health and threatened with typhoid fevor two days previous to liis crime, that he was demoralized and down hearted over the rumors regarding the alleged misconduct of liis wife, and feared her displeasure because lie de ceived her in not going to work after he started to d< crime. A score of witnesses testified to De Ayala's hitherto excellent reputation. The prosecution is willing to accept a verdict of manslaughter, but the gen eral expectation is that a first degree Verdict will be rendered. the day of the Bis I' iru ii Trenton Fob. 5. — The brnfiling building of John A. Roebling 6c Son's Wire works was destroyed by lire lust night. The building was a three story brick aud was used lor the purpose of putting braid light wir telephone and electric The lost the building s is held at $150,000. F lmndred people are thrown out of ploymeul by the lire. and wi A Bunco Sharp Extradited. New York, Feb. 5.—Detectives Meade and McCann, of Albany, steamer Arizona with Tom O'Brien, the bunco sharp, in custody. O'Brien,whose •ured in London after long and difficult legal efforts, was taken back to Albany last night, whence he fled, jumping bail of $10,000 while under arrest for swindling John W. Peck, of that city, out of $9,001), ho extruditii Johns!own's Hospital Dedicated. Johnstown, Pa., Feb, 5.— The Cone maugU Valley Me dedicated yesterday. Ex-Adjutant Gen eral Hastings mado the opening ad dress, and James li. Scott, of Pittsburg, made the presentation. Addressee of acceptance wers made by lion. A. V. Barker and Mayor W. Horace Ross. »rial hospital was No New Trial Granted. Ottawa, Ills., Feb. 5.—The rumors printed in Chicago to the effect that a new trial liad been g ant» d to the slay- i era of Dr. Cronin is utterly without foundation. As far i the supreme court lias not as yet pre pared an opinion on the appeal from the lower court. be learned, j I I Unitarians Not Invited. j London, Feb. 5.—Mr. James Spur geon declares that while the heads of ©very religious denomination will bo in witea to attend the funeral of his brother, Rev. Mr. Spurgeon, which will be held ,on Thursday next in the Metropolitan Tabernacle, no Unitarians will be asked to be present. r Frank E. Newberg, a negro, who ■entenced to twenty-six years' imprison ment at Grand Rapid*, Mich., for burg larly, tried to bridu Detective Joe Smith with a chair as he waa leaving the court Jroam. It took six poUcemeu to overpuwi I JOEN I» BREAKS OUT. Be D.:.tui bs Stuart Robson in the Midst of a Scene. i Denver, Colo., Feb. 5.—John L. Sui livan, the pugilist actor, is in this city v,uh hi S company. He ha. been big "tare" ever since arriving here. The big champion surrendered to Bacchus last left the Broadway theater, where ho was acting, and visited the Labor Grand, where Stuart Robson was holding forth. Sullivan fought his way to the stage in the midst of a scene and shook Robson's hand, exclaiming shake with "Honest Hearts and Willing Hands." As the audience caught on they raised great applause, and Sullivan, starting his little speech, was restrained by stage hands. Ah account of the uf as published i and today John is hunting porter who wrote the article, with poor prospects of finding him. night f; •ning paper, for tlie re URGING NEW CARDINALS. Austrians Becoming Anxious Regarding the Papal Succession. Rome, Feb. 5. —Austria is pressing tlie Vatican for the appointment of three new cardinals. Spain, Germany and England also lack one cardinal each of their usual number, and each is anxious that one shall be appointed immediately, in view of the immediate possibility of a conclave to elect a new pope, in which event each nation desires to exert all the influence possible in choosing Bor to Leo XI LI. The pope intends to bequeath funds to found in this city a universal scientific institute. He will also leave directions for his tomb in the Church of St. John Lateran. Until this is ready liis body will be placed in a niche over the door oï the Sacristy of St. Deters. Ballot Reform in Maryland. Annapolis, Feb. 5.—A large number of amendments to the Australian ballot law have been offered in the house. The amendments cover many noints that 'ere found tobe insufficiently provided for in the practical application of the last election. The amend ments confer greater power on the board of election supervisors. The one re furring to the nomination papers of in dependent candidates is especially in teresting, as it avoids much of the'trou ble that lias been encountered in this connection. Bucces law at the Claims a Dig Slice of Guthrie. Guthrie, Feb. 5.— Vedere B. Payne and Zenophen Fitzgerald filed suits in the district court yesterday to gai session of 100 ac heart of the city, and claiming the laud was taken by them for homesteads V;< fore tho town site people claimed it. The property in question is worth $600,000. and the city will light the suits to the eud. pos* i of land each in tin î from Overwork. New York, Feb. 5.—Rev. Franei Ebert, 44 years old, a Roman Catholi« his home in hospital to be ex amined for liis sanity. He has been r _ "Passionist Fathers' at Hoboken for tho past fiftee priest, was taken fr* carriage to Bellev missionary of the , , . _ year -. Overwork is suid to have shuttered hi mind. Urged for tlie Hupremo Bench. Altoona, Pa., Feb. 4. —The member: of the Blair county bar unanimously in dorsed a petition to President Harrison to appoint Edward M. Paxton, chic justice of the supreme court of Pom. sylvanln, to the position on the Unite: States supreme bench made vacant by the death of Chief Justice Bradley. Yellow .lack Board. New York, Feb. 5.--Tlie steam» Buffo arrived at qunr tine with yet J.,, fiver raging 1 hud left Santos, board. After th. ruzil, t he dis use broke in tho epidemic f» of the cr»*w died. Foi * lying in the ship's hospital •an tine. v he • the vessel reached q Forty People Dr< Berlin, Fob. 5.--A fearful accident i reported from near Breslau, «m.. the Hoods and drifting ice. The liiv< Oder has been running high, and in th rush of waters thirty barge: Hired and d not less th; mod. nuK 1 Tied dow the str forty persons wer dr» Tlu* Stock Exchange n TVuisn Boston, Feb. 5.- - Mr. Robert Codmar rho •ns the property between the 15 ton exbhange building and Kilby st gilt, sui inst Mr. Cutting, as n pr exchange building, for dilative* <il aintai the shape of the S the 1 exclut Tin gim.-r Killed. Lincoln, Neb., Feb. 5.—A freight train on the Cincinnati, Burlington an*. Quincy railroad w train struck a brul engine j flecked here. Tl a switch and pile» 1 tender. ington, of Wy., aud bralvenn Engi up car Lew E. Pc killed. captai. The firenu The Mali Still Missing. New York, Feb. 5.—None of tlx seven pouches of first class which were stolen fr» on the Hobok night has beet inspectors have ail atte ail wagon the ferryboat found. Tiles. I The post,iffi. . clew to the thieves. The Wei Increasing cloudiness and rain, fol lowed by colder. i NUGGETS OF NEWS. j Ex-Judge John Ritter, Glasgow, Ivy., Deposit bank, which failed I lust week, has become suddenly insane. to Portland, hier of tho I James Odom, j ' aut ^ , tion Ark liv'a sh- riff's noss wmi«»,,« n,#'. u Britton WilHams, th t U D nf b f J ' A .' ^ , ' , . - jBlo. Tenn., was killod by being stubbed a playmate namul NS illie Bryan. While Richard Griffith aud two laborers wero robbing pillars in the mines at Upp Lehigh, Pa., a fall of rock occurred, bury ing Griffith beneath it. It took fiftceu hours' hard work to recover the body. It is now believed that the murderers of David H. Sanborn, of Amesbury, Maes., who was shot dead at Ids door night of Jan. 14, inteixled to conceal their crime by burying his body iu a grave juut discovered iu the woods. ho w , of Brady- ' ltouly killed two »1 killed ■groe.y re ar Morel 1 Sta •old s: of î he • ! THE SOCIETY THIEF. Pretty Mrs. Osborne Returns to London a Prisoner. PDBLIO SYMPATHY IS WITH HEB. MnJ< and Mrs. Hargreaves Will Take No Part In the Effort to Con vict—Mrs. Osborne Pleads Guilty of Obtaining Money Under False Pretenses. London, Feb. 5. — Mrs. Florence Ethel Osborne was arrested yesterday at Dover, on the arrival of the steamer from Calais. Tlie lady took her arrest calmly. Upon her arrival at Calais she gave her proper name and made no at tempt to conceal her identity. During the voyage across the channel she remained secluded, but ject of much curiosity when she entered tlie steamboat and when she landed. Mrs. Osborne was in traveling attire. She looked pale, but on tlio whole seemed rather better physically for her journey abroad, and a bystander at Dover, who evidently had seen her be fore, was heard to re prettier than ever. Tlie p her *?it li courtesy, and sli appavent restraint. She w; escorted to tho Dover trai to London, arriving here at 11 last night. an ob it that she was dice treated under at once ought 'clock As tho fact of her arrest was not generally known there was no un usual crowd at the station. Since the fact became known that Mrs. Osborne intended to surrender in order to save her husband from the loss of his prospects in the army the current of public opinion lias set somewhat in her favor. The charge of obtaining on false pretenses from tlie jewelers, Spink & Sons, the £550 which they presented toiler for the jewelry which she stole from Mrs. Hargreaves is being pushed against her by Jhe citizens of Loudon. The Hargreaves Will Not Prosecute. Whether additional prosecutions will an ? forti S £l! d os not rest with the city police, as the ulleW'd crimes were nut committed nMlh?r t M , i?*V r n ira t?' H " lmown I tlmt miv'Y * l nm 1 Ha, 'S r . eavo have any desire to bring further misery upon then- former intiinntc friend, and it is mid that Mrs Hnrgreave is plunged in "h" u 5 J* rä - li?,h": n ''' "" ls Jh' 1 "'« r her society. \\ hatever may be the > fact as to this it is known that both I Major and Mrs. Hnrgreave, proached on tho subject of a for the robbery, suit! with emphasis that they would sooner spend a year abroad than have anything to do with such a step. A prosecution for not improbable, interests of public justice de but it is not i>< lieved that X! R ap proeecutio perjury is,however, the ground that, the and it. lias been made. Mr. i John Elliott, grandfather of Mrs. Os- l _ in that directi» vffort, re his 1 borne, has bee sparing no fim granddaughter's rMeai fhicli .she is i dal otherwis to so»* fri > the ti rolved. He lias. ble i it is stated, offered to reimburse all par ties who have been put to loss by her conduct. Mrs. Osborne w morning for ex trial at the Old Bailey, sin* pleading if obtaining money *s. An attempt is itii and held for guilty to th under falr-s •barg ten I her ' of her voluntary bail, it is thought that it will be sue •s.fnl, the F filer. London, Feb. 6. -The dive ship Eid» •ho ex amined the ste; l'r. the m aulvn; of the j •r N to slea ey of the lHitt-, *r. The ft th mgh s stranded ui« side shell of the ship was .1 that the I by ! tor the rocks upo •hich si had gro d that to att dess ipt to float lu The a h. lifeboats, •hielt I icatiod j kept UJ) c» bet n tin; Eid >*r and the shore, 1 cage ol the pa l Ship, so en yestenluy fro 1 s i -h uf th.. I of tho ill f; c of landed at the aniship Havel. Ibnllovvski's Itl«*n iiy Established. San Antonio. 'IV: Feb. r, It lias •stablislicd b l doubt 11ml Ol to Han* d «lead i li ais tin* nihilist. .Sta pa winat cd U oral Michael de Sei Nov. is. lcotf in P; 1 XM. Pad ki .•rote t friend in Buffalo. N. V liortly before his death that i Le delivered up to the Rus •nt, but eared th he lan d that he be taken al While nt ill r i»*l Wald* va • eligug >f the qm s fatally iujamt. mg at the butt ■in b. >X ibbish hoisted to th ry and fell a distance of m: feet, crushing the unfortunate man most to a jelly. Wuldon cannot live. •fare, broke fi i the l i l *'Dcac< New York. Feb. 5.—Tlx* stock ex ch »•instated S. V. White and 'J. W. ll-'pkins, representing the fir S. V. White* Co., j standing. fi •mbers i »1 WI • the ill ith cheers, nking his nppear iigvatulated by liis »'ere present. id Mr. White oi v warmly <• am e w ho.-ts of friends ho Ma * fclltr a London. FeT>, Car»final Maunin it shown that lie pos £100, which wi leeti ' louder than w -The will of th-* late denlav. >ed loss lli; in consuls, and a col- j i. This fact speaks , of b» al ' showing tln> be •f the a contains no state final. The •nt of public interest. •ill To Aid Ht i Nk •x-Mayor Hewitt, the chamUr -»f conn •ey foodt Y»»uk. Feb. 5.—On f ..pp-iint» »1 tee of lift raise funds t»> in g people of Russia. Willi; " . l JR-W fit, Mor 1 »J. U. R. ckc M M. Evarts. J. (J. Vanderbilt ire on Un» »•.im-nuitcc. \ ! WATERBURTB ABDUCTORS. Bis Cousin, Charles Waterbury, Be la lieved to Be the Beading Spirit. Greenwich, Conn., Feb. 5.—Charles E. Waterbury, who abducted his cousin, little 8-year-old Ward Waterbury, Monday and confined him for two days in his house at East Stanwich, Conn.. was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Selleck. Waterbury was walking along th» road near his house. He had a bundle of clothing in bis arms and a big re volver, which was cocked. Ho was looking suspiciously al*out him as he ■aked along. He evidently feared ar rest, aud started nervously at every Bound. When Selleck stepped Waterbury showed fight, but the dep uty sheriff overpowered him and told him he had better keep quiet, as there were other men right bury said ho w wich to give himself up. There is doubt whatever that he intended to leave town. Waterbury was informed that Mc Cann und Sutherland, his confederates in the kidnaping scheme, had been rested and had mado confessions. This dejected him greatly, and he spent a very restless night in the lockup. He vehemently denies any share in the plot to kipnap the boy. It will be remembered that Ward Waterbury said that one of tlie rr who abducted him had a black beard him. A false beard was found in the h"use <«f Charles E. Waterbury, where Ward was confined during his absence from home. It is believed that Charles this heard when 'ay from the school At the hearing before Judge Hoyt the three men were held in .fo.üUÜ bail for trial before the supreme court. in front of him by. Wuler his way to Green . ^O 11 * pt killing his mistress, Minnie Martin, last September, because she refused tu gTVO him money with which to gamble. Sinipson iiindi was hanged° for tho llOU1 ' der of his wife in June, 1H90. The girl had been married eighteen months cud waa adern with a 4-monthi.oIil her anus when Bush shut hur. Willi. Pocket, u hunchback, known m "11: Back llill," wns executed at Irvine KV simultaneously with Chm-Ieton' ml Ch, for "he mnfdèr of Henry IlLll during an election Nov. i, UlOO. } > E. Waterbury put Ward was coaxed h each Tin Kentucky Hangings Today. Cincinnati, Feb. 6.— Robert Cliarlo ?gro, 'as hanged at Henderson, . Itis crime was that today The come Tax Finds Them. Berlin, Feb. 5.—Until recently the pople of Dusseldorf have counted but live of their number The number has suddenly rise a hundred. The increas supply of plutocrats is u< flux of wealth, but to a millionaires, to over in the visible duo to ... ore rigid ap plication of tho income tax laws th; 'rly. The result of the tax gather iovory that 105 persons over a million v-six of these enjoy i than ten millions. A enhancement of the public rove lias been the outcome of the dis ers zeal is the di in the city posse.* _ les -, ..'hi Io fort fortune., uf in, li. COVi Hiulnvay Robbery Doylestown, Pa.. Feb. 5. — A. J Farr, id Assault. ild and well know îitizen of the bank of t he Milford, w; round Delaware river with Iuh face and breast ised and his clothing tom, giving lence of foul treatment. He 1- tak ho *, and soon after became he was able to tell who hi allants re. He mnt of i. oney early in the ruing, but vVhcîi he i e was in bis found. The doctors s condition. a pi vive sufficiently to give story of his experie • I ■ Saved lb«* T»\vi Dos >\u. Pa., Feb. 6. — Willi; ''.NAN , a suburb of this city, was throw high state of excite' 1 in; fl •nt by a c •ati.i 'inch at times threatened to i'»*ep the little village fro The lire started i d quickly spread to filler buildings, cans' *n t ; the face of the* tiirth. tho house f J; tlir, mugs, causing m g the inhabitants, fading passenger trai g their danger, le ) saved the At that passed by, and, s ii. l'liif total destr town fr Ii »! I ! oils Was 5. Amo « 1 lie UIL re illy It P Newark, N\ .1 tati-m. An t i milled t l»' »-port bil 'mrizi bridges tin In- 11 l Marl»* iv N York ailing li r. Wifi.o t of J l.i 1,978 to \V lut it d. li : f Un* •ttiiglin-i Sin PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. Closing Quotations of tho Stock Produce Each ges ni f The K dy. m Thtrv ilc •ly ac ii s •U 11. the lending ■k 1-1*1«;- Valley, hi» h » strung, a lid i.cliigh N Uy ucti ro tho »ids: L R g. m. 4s 8<; Bewling ist nr 5» os y. N. I*ac. l Head I dpf lvi.nl 4 Heading 3d yf :)-l*i W. N. V. » 4 h >4 H.AH.T. 7f ; b fl. «St B. T. I C'l f- 47*. :i. i'i Gei ml Mi lkots. r In b. 4. St d fl-air. * -ly, S 11. $4. ■ .75; Mil . $4.4«* 1 ». irniKi S* . brands, higher. Ry hi at Dull, eteuil ith $Sc. bhl an ko i ft*)' K»;l r Muiéh; bid .oxl t< !.. : ... .i ■ Aj-ril; iw l Wc 1 ( May. t qui 4Üc. hi I «ml <1 v ■l i id ■ •h; a t-r.M »id a >d April; bid 4 d ike» •*: N.j; I ; »r J* i ■ ■1 •'»', U : l A; f i i;-.f i *ui ici» less, i . '.V I Speak Batter than Fancy Verses Como and see Our Solid Facts aro goods. That are away up in excellence, so do our prices downward grow, and thus it comes about we are above every thing reasonable in price. You will realize it at once on examining our goods. Our competitors, no doubt, wonder how we manage to sell the class of goods wo do at the following low prices: At 12 I 2c. we are selling a corset waist trimmed with Lace. At 25c. wo aro selling a good made night-gown trimmed with lace and embroidery. At 25C. we aro selling a good made skirt with ruffle and three tucks. At 25c wc have a largo line of corset waists trimmed with lace and embroidery. At 25C. We arc soiling good made drawers, with wide embroid ery ruffle. At W o are selling a fine n'gh -gown trimmed with embroid ery and torchon laco. At sac. We have 30 styles of Chemise trimmed with all styles of lace and embroidery. At 39C, We are soiling a good mado skirt with Cambric ruffle and lace trimming. We have hundreds of styles at 5QC. 75c. and $1- These poods arc well worthy your inspection before buying else where. 39C. MITGHEL & BASH, IVo. 219 Market Street. «MBB5— BB HAMBURGERS', LTit one week remains. Every pair of shoes. Every pair of Boots. Must be sold during tho balance of this sale. We will offer these special inducements. Ladies' hand-made button bools, were 65 and 60-now 6 ; k Ladies' hand-made button boots, were 63.50 and 64-now 6^-75. Ladies' hand-made button boots, were 63 and 63.50-now 6L07 Misses' fine kid button boots, were 61.76 to 62.50-now 61.19 Misses' beeid button boots, were 61-25 to 61.60-now 73 cents. • Children and Misses' beeid shoes, shop worn sizes 5 to 13 -63 cents. Men's fine calf shoos, former prices §5 and 66-now $4.25. Men's fine patent leather lace and Con gress, were |5 and $8-now $4.25. Men's black bottom lace and Congress -now $2.50. Men's black bottom button -$1.97. Men's working shoes, choice $1. tl Loup ) J Lontei. o Rubber Boots, Rubber Arctics Rubber Shoes, Less than Cost, J HAMBURGERS' c :OB Market Street. & TRY THEM FOR BEAKFAST. Indian Griddle CAKES. One pint of "LEA'S TABLE CORN MEAL," three eggs, two heaping teaspoons full of baking powder, one teaspoon full of salt and one pint of milk. Put tho meal Into a bowl, and pour over it enough boiling wator to scald it; do not make it soft; lot stand until cool. Now add the milk: beat tho eggs urtil very light; do not seperate them, add them to tho batter then add tho salt; beat vigorously for throe minutes, then add the baking powder; mix well, and bake quickly Either white or yellow meal maybe used for this reciept. MRS.RORER. a hot griddle. KLWKY8-I-U8E LEA'S Table Corn MEAL. EGAL -BY MEANS OF OUR SELF screening bins, Ai.i. Coat. Dem Ouh Customers IS GLEANED OF DUST AND DIRT. Wo are furnishing the best coals mined and atsummer prices. G. W. BUSH & SONS CO FRENCH STREET WHARF. GEORGE H. McCALL CO., Agents for Lehigh Valley Cools « — A eso Db alers In—-* FIRE BRICK, FIRE CLAY, MARBLE DUST, CALCINE PLASTER end GOAT and CA1TLE HAIR. «•phone No 075. •i«hth Shipley uiul Foot of it iu27-t/ frO® V^NXX A RUN ON OUR GROCERIES. V. -1! dors why thorn sin d bo il invustiirate her y<> r< IJ r b ' > ' 11 ub. ti l'ff.T i. v<> likely the 1 » ra,* o k rl II . 1 » y* ich ' Y« '-il lind (bat rice and that, til - they nr.> right \vh line ot iii ic-1 E> ui my snc-'in'. y fine idVloui*. cd Uuuds! LYNCH & LEARY, W. C«.r. 1th and MADISON ST.V MONEY —TO— LOAN On good mortgages, Farms or City Properties. GEO. R. TOWNSEND & CO. R. R. ROBINSON & COMPANY » BANKERS AND BROKERS, »ugh Yi>rk, 1' xlelpbiu unu I.*? alhible In all wîueriaîli Id i » 1 . WANTED Fqilltl d Trust Co »lo Gua Pi ß sh of Do i .;-, Del »vac Kail George White, Mnr for hauling by tho day •d and set at short I pianos n vyiiff <i rioii'c. Hoieting u* Office. Ko. l-.J Frenci igi.mg done. sir ff. B. SHARP & CO, Fourth and Market Streets. The goods damaged by fire aro going merrily along and you will still find them during repairs to our store in 1 the basement. We have in the sale of reduced goods a most excel lent lot of German double Damask table linens, wide, heavy and beautiful, satin to >1 the touch, iron to wear. The J lot comprises five patterns we have reduced them from $1.25 to 85oper yard. | We have about three thou sand yards of Williamsville bleached muslin slightly damaged on the selvagtL i which we hvao reduced from 10 c cuts to Ti cents per yard. Pure Silk and Taffeta Gloves, about fifteen hun dred pairs, in blacks, tans and slates, for Misses and Ladies. The very best goods | mado, with patent finger tips, are reduced as follows : 25 cent ones to 17 centa 33 .. .. •• 20 37% 44 4 15 K) : 0 A - " 30 e 44 40 ra 10 • 1.00 44 Kid Gloves, some being slightly damaged—one lot in different sizes and shades. No complete inn of shades and size in them, but if yon can find sizes and colors to suit the prices are : $1.00 ones to 150 conta " 63 " 75 " 00 $1.28 $1.50 Black Stockings—all blaqk and all ribbed. Some doubl* heeled, some double knees, some off color, soiree slight* ly damaged, but all mostly high grade goods, the lot running in sizes from 5 to 9. 13% cent ones aro 8 conta .IQ " :: :: :: w :: . 25 " *• " " 33 44 20 3 7% 50 Ouv spring carpets are ar riving daily and mapy hand some things aro here, WM. B. SHARP & CO. Streets. Fourth and Marl Come This Week! There's Money in it For You. Wc have very generously cut down prices to customers that will buy now. These Prices fora Few Days Only Misses' Straight Goat Spring Hool orth $2.50, But * 2.00 i< Miss 1 i Heel 13 u t ton 50, Misses' Fine Pebble Spring Heel Button worth $2.00, $1.50 fixed upon before boon mi mod conned Prices such them liav or thought of in quality or finish. Little Boys' Hook Laue, 7.1e and Si.00, alii th« Sizes 10, It, 111 L ttle Boys' High Gut Button mill Hook Lace, si/, ebblo u »ii toy. 41.35 d Kid S[iriug licet . two Children's Pebble and Kid Spring Heel Button, Children's Button, ro$ Just (or a few Days. Ladies' I i Pebble Hutto ! I v $1,75. Li dies Fine Kid Hutto Ladles' W Ludies' War Worth $2.2! 91.79 Lined Li Shoes • ). Lined Button Shoos Bobble Butt .School Shoes School Shoes Mb ' Pebble Butt ç I '.5. 'Pebble Button Spring Heel now rcbble Button Spring now •good Miss *1.00. il 71 Me •king Slices,now $1.00. $1.85. Mon Mtui'a Kip Bluchcr Hook Luco, uotr $1.50. Men's Tor orklng Shoes. ix -e!'< is, now $1.75. #3.00. Boj so Boots, Littio Boys' c Boots. Hi 118. rionty of Reduced Price Ladies* l Kid Button Shoos at great li ti. P.ibb! saving to Men's Hook Lac Shoo.« : $1.5i Men's Hook I, fill ;#1 M-if rivss Gaiter«, now $1.50. kenphaet llook i Me \Ya , now * L- member vt privilege to retu 1 if y guess th« money not satisfied that have exeliai! ■ h turnod if y have see •e-i a bargain. 1 FAMILY SHOE HOUSE, 306 Market St, KAST SIDE. ABOVE SEC UND« WM, H. BABCOCK.