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they want, cost what it may. High-priced medicines have had their day and the poor and af flicted may now enjoy the bene fits of carefully prepared, pure remedies at practically nominal prices. The physicians con nected with Louisiana Specific Laboratory have prepared a num ber of standard cures which are offered to the public at the lowest prices convenient with pure preparations. These be b night of druggists. By send ing your orders direct to the Louisiana Specific Laboratory, Lake Charles, Louisiana, you are sure to receive pure, fresh drugs properly compounded and carefully packed. In ordering the following! standard cures please give the number of the remedy needed If taken in time one supply will effect a permanent cure. standard cures cannot TAKE THEM I TIE Price. luc Nettie of Cure. No. 1 Headaches 2 Fevers, Congestion, Inflam mation . 3 Coughs,Colds, Bronchitis. 12c 4 Dyspepsia, II eartbu r 11, Stomach Pains. 5 Diseases of the heart. 6 Hoarseness from colds, singing, speaking. 7 Constipation, chronic or acute. 8 Rheumatism or Rheu matic Pain. 9 Catarrh, cold in the head, I2C 10c 25c IOC IOC I 2C etc. I 5 C 10 Colic 11 General Debility. 12 Nerve Diseases, requiring Tonics and Stimulants. iSc 13 Worms, fever caused by them. 12C T A Neuralgia Neuralgic 14 rseuraij, d, s, paillS. I0C 18 Malaria. 12C T /j Diarrhoea—Dvseilterv. IOC 10 „ ' , . /r.,11,, 17 Female complaints (fully State your case). 50c 18 Male complaints ( U > sae your case). 5 fJC IQ Scrofula, Blotches or I llll pies. I2C 20 Kidney Diseases. IOC 21 Sore or Weak Eyes. IOC 22 Dropsy. . 16c jziup. y. 'rp, . 23 Ulcerated or Sme Iliroat. 12c Piles, Blind, Bleeding or Ttrli'infr 22C qoc u; l6e 2.Sc T0C ' i A r 1UL IOC 16c 24 Use this and 25 Cron]) f; * call in a doctor instantly. 20c 26 G morrhoea (lire e-d a v cure. 27 Eczema. 28 Tonsilitis. 29 La Grippe, 30 I lay Fever. Influenza. TAKE TEEM IN TIE Address all orders and couinuuii eations to the LOUISIANA SPECIFIC LABORATORY, Lake Charles, Louisiana, TrN CEiiTS SENT. to Walker, t.ie peninao, Building, Phil i luljihin, Pa. samples id the last You pay the nl.sl , Wll bri von earth. :i pens postage, he does the rest. little AGENTS—Just «mt, blac'i unubliuo- acrobatic bti"; the mystery of mysteries; most sensational and fast selling nov elty on the market; to show one sells a dozen; sample and logne, 6c. Heustis Novelty Co., 69 Laidlaw ave., Jersey City. PXTto NOTHING is <50575 TO HAVE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS For Ten Cents of any kin I of money will seiul you wa The Florist's Secret. You will never lmve a failure uith join follow the one simp I di plants if you lection we semi you for 'leu Cants . ants to grow. Do you wall! your | Send n Dime. The Flower Show, No. 318 Muemh Street, HARRISBURG. PA. A POUND OF READING MATTER will be sent to any address in the United States tor a silver ditm. These packages are made up i standard newspapers and pei)'■ icals of real literary worth, l he> ' aims amt are God-sends to on s .ay-at-homes. Address, U'j paper Exchange, Bishop Build ing, Philadelphia, Pa. 2"2i!»l if Harried or Over 18 Years Old Send $i.oo for a box of gkkmi Service vacancies this year. Only common school education needed for most places. $6ooo to $2,500 salaries. Dates and locations of next examinations and valuable information sent FREE on re quest. POTOMAC CIVIL SER VICE ACADEMY, Dep't B, Wash, D. C. ciUK capsui ES and the secret of preparing with private informa t j on f or Married People, wortli <; 50 to anybody. satisfactory, or money refunded. ! 'j'] le on ]y convenient, satisfac- : tory, safe and sure method to be devised. Address, Ira F. Ebert. Specialist, Hedrick, Iowa. Full particulars and Book of Secrets f or a Dime. Guaranteed Send 15c in coin and we will send un's page 4*001'! : medicine, no operation. Rational and sure. Mode of treatment sent anywhere for One Dime. Sandow System, Box 8, Phila delphia, Pa. Money—If you want to make a stake sell medicines. We oiler exceptional terms to responsible agents. Louisiana Spkcific Laiio ltAToitv, Lake Charles, La. . A Big Offer monthly for one year and put your name in the Agents Directory for one time free. Send Now. Address, The Echo, Wall nets, Neb. Of soars* you don't mean to have a bow legged child mo do you want your little handsome boy to walk with his toes turned j,, or his e r.ees splayed out—or worse still, —knocked; now do you? Why not stait right? Its nil in the shoes yon buv the baby. If the shoes are af right ail is well. You will feel better you know that they are ,R IGHT. See to it 'several'firms carry right shoos for bn hies. We lmve HO other kind of aboes to sell. None for men; none for women ; a-e^ch.htren, hut just the rtght shoes be t pupa, grandmother, nurse or the lady next door hold Precious under the anus. Rest the pink .toes and pointed heels firmly on a btg-en'ugh piece of stiff paper, draw a pencil mark around them just as they are. Don't leave that little bit of room but outline the feet exactly ns Timti'd them, mind you, each of them, for tbev are not alike; send ns the piece of paper, tell us whether baby is a bey or girl and we will make a pair of shoes that you ktmw are just right. Send " °. ^ 111] with the order. If the shoes are ]nsi ri bt ke- p them and we will keep are (l')llnr. If tliev .ire not jnst light set | them back with a new drawing and g -nother pair, if you ask it you I ' l :; 1 ' * dollar. i Write to ns if you want to know any thing about babies. Information ousts | nothing. Wo are women. THE BABY SUPPLY CO., Wilkes I'arro. I'n. For Baby's Sake | ■ /ip T* 1. | ARE YOU A V'CT'IVi? : Have \ on a huahand, wife, lover, ■ bt other who is a a lave to 1 Chloral, Opium, Mo phine, Whisky sis' er, sou or T ■aei o. „ y I , j e month's treat- : Me and plainly wrapp. d 1 hJl us It will positively j eu'e anv ease of ha 1 Until drunkenness j er opiate pmsonirg. The medicines can he a Imiuixtcred with tlte food. ! I DARBY A fll W will send son 01 me t see for t< Address THE QUAKER s fjDlUii j | : ni I take Biiick •retched wottn-n wake in*u they iToo n-e I ihetti, ,, ■ i :l tviilt ill Weary, , ell II. C ] I> 1 if ilis. x Mb ii One of i !' se Dnv ei< ! 1 1 t; u ift h ml let ill.' Ih til • d ha i e . hr i g villi I) . ii ) i if ti n ll'ii i. It „ lUTV' ,, TJ p, am<m d Company 407 AVENUE C. an'I v Mk" all ovei" 'Mi' price is ■ v 25 If N ' B'a k e 'ii'bn i ' h""i o ily of 'll .ok" ''' is. - r SAN ANTONIO, TEX. #W» Mil Short and Pithy Pointers From the Turf. BRIEF TOPICS OF THE DAY. A Ilcstiinu of the Latent Doinga in AihlHicK, Indoor ami Field Sport a That are Legitimate. As the Cornell football management was "ise enough to leave its schedule blank yesterday, in view of the nearness of the Tennsylvania game, tin* regulars "ill enjoy rest until next Monday, not witbstandmg Hurt to-duv's practice was 1,gbt and Hbort ' FOOT B/LL. CYCLING. An invasion of America by many of the foreign sprinters, middle and long distance cycle rncingjuen, w ill be inaug urated to-morrow, when five of the most! noted riders of Euroye will arrive on the | steamship St. Louis. The success of 1 "Jimmy" Michael in America and the presence of Gaston Kivicrre, the grand old man of France, now training for the j great six-day race at Madison Square Gar den, has inspired others of the foreign riders to follow suit. Stephano and Maurice, long distance ridere, both Frenchmen, come for the six-day race at Madison Square Garden, ar( , w idely known and both are coti sidered among the very beet of the French long distance riders. Gaugoltz and Lam berjack, two French sprinters, complete the party. Bicycle dealers are beginning to won der whether $75 will be the standard j price for '08 chain wheels. Several load-; ing manufactures have made public their i '08 prices, and $0-5 is the price given. If the merit of the chainless is as great as it.s manufacturers claim there should be A minister in the West claims to have disc , a composition which will hlke lhu pluce ()f rubbot , It hns the ad vantage of being cheaper, while possess jug tl |i the qualities of rubber. Tires ma de of the composition are said to be ^ ^ ,. ubber . As the de . mantis 011 the rubber field are growing constantly, it is claimed that tires can become much cheaper unless the ... rubber field is extended. If the composi tion proves to in' what its (inventor ] claims the price of tires will take a drop. u , A winter novelty will be the bicycle sleigh. It is ail arrangement of sled run i lt .rs where the front and rear wheels would be, and is propelled .by a wheel in ' ' 11 ■ , , , the rear .0 which spokes are attached. A fair rate ot speed over hiiow and a speedy rate over ice is obtainable.. At the ('hit-' , . , . 0 , . ago cycle snow, which is soon to open, a ,* .. 4l , , . • 11 number ot these sled cycles mil U .: s ] llw i], | at least 75 per cent difference between them and the chain. No one will pay $75 for ti chain wheel when he can buy a chainless at from $100 to $125. ; : , SEIil'-DEFItNSE. Mr. Thomas Gaffeney, the undefeated 130 pound champion of Delaware, will meet any man of his class at any date fur a purse, Samuel Campbell or Neal Gor njun preferred. Receive challenge at j Second and Biidd streets. "Billy Stifft at Chicago, and "Australia Billy' Kvan at Klmira, as scheduled. "Tommy" Kyan will meet jjj s physiciun iiintoitnces that his right ankle, \ V |,j t ,ij was injured while boxing at his training quarters on Wednesday, would he all right in a couple of days. At Ht. Louis Thursday night Voting i Griffo was thrown out of a cab and | severely injured. Nevertheless lie kept "" box "Tom" Tracy, hut <l u,t after siiamng one round, Ins injuries preventing him from finishing the hunt, Turn O'Rourke, manager fur Joe Wili cott, upon hearing Sharkey's declaration after the fight last night that lie would meet anyone in the world, withdrawing the color line, challenged the sailor in behalf of Waleult. O'Rourke offers to wager $7,5o0 agginst $15,000 that Wal cott would stay twenty rounds with Sharkey at catch weights. O'Rourke posted $1,000 with Charles Aselter. ]. It is now said to be a settled fact that * Dan C'recihm and Kid McCoy will meet! in the Long Island City Athletic Club on : December 13 for n purse of $7500. Peter Jackson is now said to be likely (l) Keen re a match with Clmynski in ease the latter succeeds in defeating Jeffries on November 30. Kid McCoy, the middle-weight boxer, who is matched to meet Dun Creedon, of Australia, in it twenty-round contest at he Long Island City Athletic Club on ! Dee, 13, called at this ofilee yesterday and said that he weighs Pit) pounds ami expects to train in Greater New York ] „r his h„ut with Creedon. lie also said | that he made money meeting boxers in ! the West, hut lie intends, to get right down to business and train faithfully in as to be in great shape when he meets Creedon. Doe. Payne, of Cleveland, will get MeCnv in shape, and lie said the bout wouldn't last twenty rounds. Dave Sullivan is thinking seriously of quilting England, and is expected to ar rive in thin country on Christmas Day. Ever since Sullivan lost the decision to Palmer he lias worried, and in a letter which was received by Billy Newman a few days ago the clever bantam-weight says he was robbed out of t he decision, and the only way he stood a chance of winning was to knock out Palmer. Sul livan is at present matched to meet Aus tralian Billy Murphy at the National Sporting Club, of London, on Dec. 13, for a purse and a side bet •P$5(K). As soon as his bout with Murphy is over Sullivan will probably take the first steamer back to this country. Thh twenty round bout between Matty Matthews aad Mike Leonard ( which was arranged a few days ago to be decided at the opening boxing show of the Franklin Athletic Club, of New Haven, on Dec. 7, lias been declared off. Leonard refused to fight Matthews. This is the second time Leonard lias flunked out of a match with Matthews, and it begins to look as if "Gold-Tooth Mike" is afraid of Matthews. Leonard's refusal to fight Matthews spoils both boxers' chances of making at least $200 each. Public Dispensary For the People of Delaware, HEALTH AND HYGIENE. This department of THE SEN is con ducted by Dr. E. C. Soyce of No. 101!) West Street, but, all communications re lating to medical subjects must bead dressed to the Medical Editor of Tiie S ex, No. 103 East Sixth Street, Wilming ton, Del. The Cure of the Babies. What can bring mo.ie joy and content ment to the home than the addvent of the first child? How many desolate homes have been made cheerful and bow many estranged parents have been rett nited by its birth. Why is it that the great majority of mothe s know little or notllin K about the care of a baby. They d ° not s0( ™ to R ' allzt ' tha * , tbe bab >' liaB to ,x ' B' vt ' n P ro P er car< '- rbo - v " rt " BC,,t a rpmark ' Ev( ' r >' mothar c ""' siders that she knows how to care for her j blnnkut previonsh - warmed. . 1 . • a , , !,"! t10 ! 1 ' a " ", y °" ,, child, dry it thoroughly, . . * . iplace talcum powder in ,horm W l»ly dry blanket. These f baths should be given every day, pro. offspring, but sad to say many an infant's life lias been lost by t lie lack of attention. Let us read tflid remember this and find how to make our progeny to be healthy and strong, instead of the weak and puny children that we see every day. First comes the baby's hath. Imme diately after its birth annoint the body with sweet oil, as this maulers the white matter that is on all children's skin to some degree, so that it can easily he re moved by warm water and castile soap Now if one lias a small bath tub, or an ordinary tub will do, place enough warm water in it ho that it will just about cover the child's body, the child's head being held above the water, held 'n the palm of the hand. A piece of canton flannel or a piece of linen should be used to rub the child with using cas tile soap upon it After the child if washed it should lie ■moved from the tub and be wrapped in Thett bv n were patting the When dry] all creases and tVrably in tlie morning. Next Sunday vve will speak of bow to Mv stomach always feels full after my incais and have some pain also. I belch Diet, yourself; avoid all erkes, pics eandv, pastry, veal, mutton, ham, corn beef, salted or pickled meats, cabbage, s or any tea, coffee, nor lemons nice. dress the child. p. r>. gas sometimes. j>otat and take the following: K—Bismuth subgalate, one 12 pds. I). W. in chart No. x Take one powder after each meal. r sprained my buck . ,,ain there ever Two weeks ago and have had seven It hurts me when I bend over. since. ('. D. Has hein Get an ointment of following: R—Isteehial 3 j. one drachm. Peholatum 3 y. two ounces. On ct. rcg. Isteehial ointment. Put ointment on piece of linen and put on hack every morning. Keep linen in place with a binder. R. A. B. 1 have a sore on the calf of my leg. Seems to he herd and sore. slowly getting worse. What can I do for it'.' Get a salve made i f— Ilydrag Slats., 1 oz. Vaseline, 1 drachm. and apply every night. Take internally— Kale Iod, 1 drachm. Sgr. Aurnntn, 2 oz. Take five drops in water after each meal. A. Me Y. special to 3 it t: Si x. - Vl!W V.mK, Nov. 20,-The attempt ot a number of old line life insurance com P mi, ' s to incroa8 ° tlu) rates ,,f ln!,,,rance at the first of the year is being met with str " n gopposition, some of theeompatues ''ofusing absolutely to bleed the public anymore. The companies opposing the increase lmve been in session here for several days and announced to-day that the old rates would continue in force Can't Inerease Insurance Hales. after the first of the year. Uniform rates will not govern and thero will be more cutting than ever before. Send us Your Printing. DWYER RIDES l HRS Officials' Prompt Action Approved By All. Jockey's Arc Ruled off For Fulling, THE GAME IMPROVES DAILY hut Owner* Invariably Escaped. They Mutrt He Innocent. The usual Saturbay crowd attended Iron Hill races yesterday and witnessed some good racing, with tlie exception of the pulling of Pontifex everything went along all right. The olfieials ruled Rob erts off and are holding an investigation as to the guilt of bis owner. Two more horses won with 10 to 1 against them and the book's prize was received by Ellis and. Dwyer. What a soft thing the bookmakers are having and only seven on the line. There will no doubt be some new ones doing business in the near future. The following are the results, betting'] and doings of some of the prominent members of the turf. J[,, Francis First Race—I.J furlongs. 112, (Cunningham,) 3 and 4-5, Sister Myra, 112, (Morris,) 2J and 4-5, second; Ludnigitc, 112, (Dwyer,) 0-2and one, third. Time, 1.02:]. Paragon, Con Lucy, Artillery, War Song, Worry Not, Bird of Freedom. Finished as named. ]j ar _ Second Race—5 furlongs. Merritt. 105, (Neel,) 11-5 and 4-5, first; Baystde, 108, (Ramson,) 0-2 and 0-5, second; Pontifix, 108, (Roberts,) 2 and 7-10, third. Time, 1.00]. M. P. Y.. detta, Little Dedr.y, Lcssie B., Nervoe, Mojnr Nick, John Beck. Finished as named. Third race—Four and Half furlongs. Feodora, 114, Dwyer, 20, 8 and 4, first; Hint, 100, Cheverlier, 104 and 2, second ; Stockbridge, 114, Ellis, 8-5 and 3-5, third. Time, 1.03. Recover, Little Lady, Test, Metropolis, Maid of the Mist, Scio, Kennie, Thatcher, finished as named. Fourth race—Six furlongs. Klondike, 114, Dwyer, 8-5 and 3-5, first ; Bessie Browning, 114, Morris, 3 and 4-5, second; Hazel N., 100, Narvaez, 20, 8 and 3, third. Time, 1.20. Mohican, Graceful!, Cake Walk, Miss Ordway, Pocket Piece, John P., Dutch Blister, finished as named. Fifth race—U furlongs. Flaxie B., 114, Ellis, 104 and 32, first; Privateer, 100, Amore, 3,1 and 1-2, second; Roebuck, 114, Campbell, 20, 0 and 3, third; Time, 1.03}. Claud Hill, Romping Girl, Fran cisan, Bonnie Eloise, Liserour, Unalino, Lillian Russell, also ran. | "Dave , ,, [ charge of Howard Mtmn. at Henning, by Sims outriding Songer at i the finish. Paddock Points. Hay man & Frank's recent purchase Homelike, won from Songer yesterday Howard Mann, the winner of the ! Brooklyn Handicap this year, has arriv ed at. San Francisco, and will race there , during the winter. "Mike" Daily will train a half dozui horses at San Francisco belonging to Gideon, and will probably have ('riitcluH in to refund with some, but not Muse Goldblatt. If you doubt this lot sonio bookmaker got out of line and just watch this? westerner rush through the crowd. Jockep Narvaez, n-.m a gnnd on his he: Mare Hazel N. for to show it was a close call, Willie, I thing the rooting of your better half done a great deal toward landing the money. George Webb has had a good week, He heat his own horse at .'»0 to 1 for sev oral hundred and came right back at j Fedora and Flaxie B. kept up the good - Delahantv looked very down cast after his lobester horse Stockbridge defeat. | Never mind Dell start the good old horse j Salror and get even. During th^hree months wliieh cover ed ihc Harlem meeting $214,420 was dis tributed among the horsemen in stakes and purses. It is reported that if favorable racing legislation is passed by the Illinois law makers a strong trotting association will lie formed in Chicago. "Lucky" Baldwin will sell out all of his racing stable Ibis winter, with the of a few choicely broil colts. This sale will be held in San Francisco. ! exception John McCafferty bought Ilulton from the Green Hill Stable. It is said tie paid $1,000 for him. It is rumored that Tom Healey will he offered the position of trainer for August j Belmont should John Hvlaml hold to his resolution to sever his conntctton Four instead of six tracks will prob- 1 with the stable. ably be ill theciaciiit wliieh Messrs. Will ter 0. Parmer and George M. Hendrie have been ehieflv instrumental in form ing, building around their Highland Park track as a basis, says the Detroit Free Press. The first announcement of the plan was to the effect that the Toronto and Hamilton tracks wottlp Afterwon the fifth race t Nluts- arfcS ville yesterday Charles McCafferty bid him up to $100, and this led to an argu ment between McCafferty and one of the Short Brothers. The pair came together, and McCafferty drew his gun anil shot at Short. No damage was done, and friends separated the two men. Marshall made liis debut over the jvmps yesterday in the handicap hurdle, and defeated Valorous at the end. Accounts of "Tod" Sloan winning races have become almost monotonous. Every day or so word comes over that "Tod" has "faced out" some of the Eng lish riders. lie wins on American bred horses, and, judging from his work yes terday, lie beats them out when lie rides English bred animals against them. He is certainly an artist, for English owners seem to be anxious to secure bis services. There could be no better recommenda tion of his ability. "Willie" Martin was suspended for thirty days for not persevering with Cut away recently at Ingleside. Martin's excuse was "he was afraid the liorse would fall with him." This did not count in view of the fart that it was a fiat race. Following are the entries for Monday's races: First Race—Five furlongs. Kirk over, Finnwater, Boisterous, lit) each; T. W., 1W; Aunt Sally, Cozotte, Ferocious, Oxio, Mr. Waverly, Harry C., 134 eacii. Second Race—Six furlongs. Grange Camp, Traitor, 117 each; Elizabeth Tor resdale, Belle Fowler, Crescent, Nellie S., Jiin Swaine, 114 each; Jonah While, Rossman, 112 each, Third Race—Six furlongs. Lisbon Maid, Bronston, W. G. Harding, Charlie Mc Donald, Cashier II., Oak, 114 each; Brow n Fottso, Junk, Conspirator, Tliur less, 10!) each. Fourth Race—C. furlongs. Foundling, 117; Klondike, Dutch Bluster, Frances M., Bessie Abbott. Irish Lass, First Light, Mary 11., Sister Myra, 114 tacit; llidden ite, 112.. Fifth Race—11 furlongs. Blue Ribbon, 117; Highland Fling, Bandmaster, Lura, Miss Loyal, 114 each; Nordan, 112; Fairmount, Statesman, Silver Brook, The Monarch, 101) each. Found Dead In Red. Richard J. Shannon was found dead yesterday morning at ids residence, W13 Union Street. Mr. Cannon has been ill for several days, but on retiring Friday evening was not. apparently, any worse than lie bad been. When Mrs. Shannon awoke yesterday morning sin 1 called her bus band, but received 110 answer. She made an investigation and was appalled to find that Mr. Shannon was dead. He appeared to have just slept his life out, and there were no signs of suffering on his face. Mr. Shannon was 20 years of age. Sheriff Flinn yesterday sold the fol lowing properties: Alexander Boyd's Nos. $1,325 and $1,375 respectively, to Wil liatn A. Meredith. Properties Sold by the Sheriff. 2205 and 2207 Market street, for. Ezekiel Stirling's property, at Seventh and Buttonwood streets, to J. Earnest Smith, attorney, for 50. John 11. Rodney bought (lie property of John MeCufferty, at Northeast corner of Clnyinont and Apple ftreets, for $4(175. Samuel McCmilley bought the prop erty of .1. Barkley Brothers Company, at Foil"th ami French streets, for $7,100. John Davis' property, on Jackson street, was sold to A. W. Spritance, for Swintllin.g by TolophoiH*. n clover swindler wh merchants out of 700 line cigars on Tues day la t. I If is supposed to have started Odswiiv. and the slurv of how lie did tlie S Sloane-Paiiif-Uichmom! < ompany arc the the Hotel .Spokane he wanted prices on 200 and oOO cigars of the best brands. The vo'ico are awaiting the arrival of did Spokane cigar ookuuc dealers mav lie of interest. W. S, Grinsfe der aV Co. and the Iri an ! all tin losing linns, taken over u telephone. The man tU (lie otherendsuid lie was the propriit >r of ■i ntr stand. ;e d I hat. mid send He sai: e w The first the a messenger for l hem. dealers knew about the trick that had been played on t he In \\X< w c *i •igar stands. 1;': 11 Tw< wore presented at the • nearlv delivered the other firms vein if t!e■ cigars The value swindler go he is known to have obtained, according . 1 Is. lie will show to the local p dice, is $75. up in Seattle on this or s une ot! er scheme.—Seattle Times. ViHiteiltlie Ferris Reform j^rhool. By invitation the Berras Reform School Messi.-. . . M. White, John Lynn, Jehu .1. Gai.agher and John II. Kodnev. Lsqs., represent ing the Levy court of New Gust!ecounty, visited the school yesterday. A careful inspection of the various departments was made and they were found in excellent condition and elicited if of the mamiye.m ol much praise finm the visitors. There are now sixty-six hoys there areful (if t he ltinnngc evidences of and they till show training and discipline. the following wen lilesent: i" 0 " 1 Charles lb T.ove <" u )-*'i'> *• "• ^vltiin, Alftvd (uu\ tlirop. George S. Captin and Suix'i'inten dent Haines. left well pleased with their visit, and John J. Mcalcy and , W. A. Scott, Presi dentof Jx'v.v Court, was it liable to he present hv reason of sickness. Vice-President; Prcs Af er dinner the visitms Sheriff Flinn this morning sold t he fo' lowing pr 'jierties: Those of Alexander Boyd, Nos. 2205 and 2207 Market stiert, respectively, 1 for $1,325 and $1,371 William A. Meredith, and that of Ezek ial Stirlingf Seventh and BiUtonwooil for $250, to J. Ernest Smith, streots, attorney.