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Baltimore Sun (Newspaper) - December 23, 1884, Baltimore, Maryland A Uhei Dally knee pm Holiday at Wmk Sun Ikon building ast Cornick of Baltimore and South sts., by a. H. Abele. A to. Tin is served by the carriers to their Surv 1n the City and dam Richmand in surrounding hinge and towns for to ii Ove cents or payable w weekly Only to Tim carriers by red. Persons wishing to be served can or names and address at the or other. For copy three cent a thirteen cent two weeks Twenty fir Cie. Weeks thirty eight cent one re on the any to months one Dollar three months Quot be a half six months three dollars one year Lara postage prepaid by the publishers. No sent longer than paid for. R weekly is Dollar a rear postage Ald with inducements to clubs. The to it est and pert journal published and of Universal or cult. 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Volume Xcvi no. 32. Baltimore. Tuesday morning december 23. 1884. Twelve cents a week. Kelly a front Street theatre. 2 today.�?2 Grand extra matinee Christmas oat. Ladies nights wednesday thursday and Friday. W. Thompson in sentenced for life supported by mi88 Lottie Forrest Dan. A. , and a first class variety Hill. Miss Mattie Lee Price the electric girl. Fords. Genuine Christmas pantomime by the Greaten of pantomime set the far famed halons. Three Actu of delicious fun. Pantomime be voyage in suisse. A wedding trip in Europe. The wonderful Railroad car scene. The fun of sixty Hiles an hour. Note the three great matinees thursday. Friday and saturday. No matinee Iriven on wednesday brets Circle at matinees. 25 cents. S first come first seated. Monday in. And mrs. W. Florence. Our governor fact sir just from albany.? Kernan a monumental theatre. Matinee today at 2 A gorgeous of Scenic wonders. A Beautiful dream of the eminent artist Henry e. Hoyt dazzling to the Eye and bewitching to the ii Acri nation zozo. The magic Queen which stands pre eminently As the grandest Art display Ever seen on any stage a revelation to the present generation and an Art Triumph in All its resplendent glory a transformation scene whose beauties take you from the real world to an Ideal one far beyond the poetic fancies of the wildest enthusiast. Geo. Ii. Adams Heads the comic carnival and dramatic pageant. Matinees thursday Friday and saturday. Next Pany. Ladies night Friday. Week Silbon amp Elliott a com Elliott or Sarah Kiu Erich mrs Liah Epps thu Lucy a amp Epps min loss eve wrist min lad m Miller i b Tkv Rritt min milk Jmiller Mik by Oca trial mat i mrs. 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B a 2 Morris mite m h Field my Mary Moton min Nannie fria min l a Moore Tim Ellen fond mrs Betty Nicholes mrs Louisa French Harriet w Norton mrs Margaret wills min a Ell j Ruby Ellen Gasher miss Mary Wilson min till a George i Alice Oliver or k k jail you mrs w h Gilbert my Sarah e Overton miss Marye Wixx Huid a ii Vioiet Glt Ungs or Ben love Bali min us an w the or Mary e Gordon Klita 0wen or i m woo miss Sarah Golden or j Amel Patterson i Flor a Watte Mary Gordon Misa n Annie i ene Wyckoff Phebe Graburn i Frauk Jpn to wry on mrs m k w t lie mud in in Gra on mud Lulaa Jpayne i Mart i y Gong min Rebecca Grav or w la Payne Mary s Maria can min Rachel \ Young or b hah Henny Pendleton mrs i Young mls c c Hall my Mary Pendleton i Bettie Voung mrs Julie a Hail is Sarah be tier suit mum lock j Young mrs Ujj Riaia Hall mils sue 1�?~hiilp muh an ii a j Zimmerman mrs a Hamlin or Julia Pierce min Aarau Zimmerman Mischa Hammond min Maggie finder my Lucinda gentlemen a list. Abba Par a co Hart Frank i Purv Jno Adam gelt w a co Harvey w b Quant a ii in Anthrea Allen o Allee w e a co Anderson Oka Anderson j a col Anderson Tho Aspinwall Heiry Baker Harry i Baker Rev j we a 9 Bare in Tun b amp Bard j h Barksd in h m Barnes s r bal Henry Bergman Andrew Ber train a big k re Juo a Boj isum Jug Bostick Perry Bracker we a Bradshaw Laze Britton we in Brockway Irving Brokenburgh w t Brown c w a co brows John brows of s Brown Sami Buck j m Buckler or j Burgus Jno w Burkhalter s a co Burnside Daniel Burrows Rev h a Butler we b Campbell a j Catington Jno chef in Charley Clark Abram Clark s a or Clark Tho Clarkson l Colburn or Colton gee m Cook w in Corell j e comm Geo h counter Henry Cranston Rev Earl Crawford a f arc Well m i it Iii a j b Dave Willie Davis David Dennis Henry diet Neir Cha diet ones Chai e Dobyns capt t m Doherty Dan Tai 2 Hawkin Job Queen Julius pc a Hick s d qui 11 we Hery Mork n Ramsey h a Hile Maii Warin Gaco Handoff Hill Sand j Hinton h i i w d Holbrook a co i Holmes j Henry Hopkins c k Hooper r m j horrid Trio House we h i Howard we w Huber Adolf j Huffon t j a j Shulty c a Irving d h a Bell a co Mph k Randolph Rev c w Randolph Vvs Ood on keyed Jno w Reed Jno t Reed Jno w Reed Rev t Reader Rev Cha a 9 reihe by $. 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Der j 3 sound Rev a i Spear k h Spence k Sperry a ? slab Paul Stewart n a Stiller w h h Rex it Suh fax Jno Stokes Rev n a Street j can Strong s j Sweeny or a e Taylor is a Taylor w l fifty children wanted from six to twelve years of age also Twenty five Young chorus ladies to appear in the grand production of the new year pantomime. Apply at the stag1 Entrance wednesday december 24, at in o clock a. Academy of music. Every eve. Xmas Day. I two matinees i saturday. The greatest of All romantic dramas a Midnight marriage. A great drama a masterpiece of Artl a decided Success introducing the eminent actor we. A Edmund and the popular actress mrs. Tho. Harry supported by a picked. Company Ltd players. Usual popular Prie. Next attraction a ? Albaugh it Holliday Street theatre. A merry Christmas to All. Every night this week at 8. Matinees wednesday thursday Christmas and 8atunlay. A most important production Hooks or Dickson a in the ranks with the largest dramatic company in America and eleven tons of original scenery. New years it Eek the gorgeous production the devils auction. Harris Mammoth museum masonic Temple. 1 -4-clowns. �?4l�? living Clown Els pm a it. Carnival of novelties. Doors open Dou by Cut a reel his t to guru Alex dim Lin thu ii. Anhelm Job a co Prev her j n us j r Dubois w la a co Dufrainoi Vej h Duncan Frank i Katan Frank s Eaton win a English m i Lee fair a f a like Gen Falla a ilk a Farrow j f Field j h f ilium John Flaherty mat Thomas Lier Thompson vim a Thompson we ii Timber or tuft Edward t i toy sex i How Lovell wit Xci or Turner f rank Lucas la i Urner thou ,.he�i Job a 11 a it gel j j Mcdonald Kiel Hagner Geow my Kwau w j Wallis a e to. Cot h. 1� a a p Ward Chat Mckeve in a r Bert it Artman j c i my to a j m shall Gill j m i ii Man is Oue Andrew i m atthews de of Surv Siffren it Mensch Jno la i toe Runi John to in Bell m Miles we Miller w a Imo Rawet m l i Morgan Chas a Jim Tiro i w a j Murray Andrew Multi Jno Myers Henry i Vang ton t to r Frank a n Ich i Henry i Norman j j j of Brier o Okey Nale i bus the s Bro it co pasqual a ii Ai or e a i Patton Jno in., Israel fax i per. Ell Al a i Perry Ric hard Phillips h i. I Pierre Jno r l a co foreign list. Auder Domjohn a Lbert , sri Ilinor Henry Chupik Earl Schwa re Auguste Skalex Michael a a Sooysmith Chat f Raed kid. Vin. Brasher Edward Frost m Fuller e Gaither we p Gateway Lewis George i Randi. I Gernhart w h Gibson John Willsey i w Gilmore p h Gilson a j gun Kali d Golstein vol Truhel g ordon j a a Graham Rev l Gray Chat Gray pay Treen n bar griffiss i o p g a Guyton Job 11 a. Or Hall Edward Hail k l Han Lou Pat Hardesty k h Harrington Chat Lott Ane Washington Abraham week we Welch s j a Sony Vii Willi to b Well win i e i Tan Ciarence w Erie i Ion. Thou it est i rank a West Henry t w Hil ening Henry an arte Jno Park n hit capt Al a ii i Teaa in g a co Whitmore a p whittle Chat whittle it i a 1er j a g a hey Chat Wilkinson to n William. Chat William h v a i a on j As a Ilion Cornel in a ii Sun Jno r Wilson Rev m e a it Frank 2 Wilson Sami j a her Kohl a i m Mer Karnest a inter Henry Wolcott or j a Olf Willie alright Louis j i afr a co a int Iii Frank j Young Geo s to Zolinas Chay Andreas Hermine Hume Jozef Berner Arthur 2 Maukert Rota Carlyon Cima Char me vier j d Lotte n cider car Miutz of Melisk Char in Pii nor Al Frlj Duck Bard i Juh Wifred Solomon 21 or in Lark a 2 i Roll fad Huskamp Julius 2 Frank j sub Abel ii Louis italian list. De Bla i fast tip a Flor i to a n la id to if Rhino Giuseppe. 9 Janus Kovaly Bernardo pm gift it no Antonio d Ait of i Luccia la inf or. 4 Cuba j i racier Lizze w Erner Arthur Lime Emil Yahr Dorler Eddie j to i hard o Giuseppe in Igro Luigi Krnell f i lout in 85 Block miscellaneous. Or. Harter Medicine co. Rectoris mfg. . Sad St. U upon co of Arr. F Harrison Adreon. Post Apter. Fine leather Guork suitable for Holiday presents. Imported dressing cases Ostrich fans writing , jewel cases portfolios. Pocket Hooks Etc. Ladies satchels of Superior leather. Travelling bags Etc. Fine Carriage Robes Etc. Samuel Hunt amp sons t. 2u2 Baltimore Street. Christmas pantomime. Christmas pantomime. Christmas pantomime. Christmas pantomime. Christmas pantomime. Christmas pantomime. Christmas pantomime. Christmas pantomime. Matinee daily 2.30 night 8. Hour earlier. Admission to cents. Reserved seats 20 cts., can be secured without extra charge. Baltimore dime museum Baltimore Street near Gay. Ghost mystery Little Jim. New curios open from 11a.m. To 10p.m. Admission 10c.$ special notice. The new York and Baltimore transportation line will receive their freight for new York on and after monday dec. 22. At their old platform at the president St. Station of the p., w. And b. R. R. For rates and other information apply to Alex. Shriver. President it _3light-Street wharf. Grand opening Popp s old town House. This tuesday evening december 23. Friends Aud Public cordially invited. John e. Amp am. Popp. Grand opening and lunch at Carl bro�., no. 849 West Baltimore Street wednesday december 24. 1h84. Friends and Public respectfully invited. We. Amp j., proprietors. Win. Dulany amp co., booksellers and stationers 332 4 Baltimore Street near Howard. Will open this morning a Large and elegant line of leather and Plush goods. Shopping bags. Twenty five styles pocket books fifty styles letter cases and visiting card cases of late patterns. The Novelty sold Gold and Silver whistle for ladies use in calling cars. Tuck amp Whitney a Satin novelties $35 to #5 each. Musical French toys. Children s coloured illustrated books for 5 cents each. Red line poets of a Superior edition at the lowest Price offered in the Eirv. Call Early open late. W. Dulany so co., ?__s12 Baltimore Street. Fine confections. Pure and unadulterated. First Choice French fruits. Fancy boxes and baskets. Jas. Barrera Rivera x til Lexington Street. Mrs. Langtry the in Eliuh Beauty paid the greatest compliment to reads grand Duchess Cologne and thinks it a splendid perfume. P. For a Christmas present what will please a lady More than this splendid perfume in Satin Aud Cut Glass bottles w ii. Read no 5 Light Street. Under Carrollton hotel Ilasa Beautiful assortment of cases with Combs brushes and mirrors which the is Selling at w wonderful in Low prices. ? Christmas books. Holiday presents. At lowest prices. The Baltimore news company wholesale and retail booksellers stationers a and new dealers Sun Iron building. Ommart a of Hartley designers. P a i n t by and Interior and exterior color decorators. Fresco. Paper hangings plastic work and enrichment of every character for dwellings churches Public buildings Sec. Emmart so Yuah Tley t 32 Park Avenue Baltimore. Universally prescribed by the faculty. Tamar a i laxative and refreshing fruit lozenge Indian. Grillon for constipation Tamar haemorrhoids bile headache loss of appetite cerebral congestion. Prepared by e. Brillon chemist of the Paris faculty sole proprietor 27 Rue de Ita Buteau Paris. Tamar unlike pills and the usual purgative is agreeable to take and never produces irritation nor interferes Voith business or pleasure. Indian. Grillon. Tamar Indian. Grillon. Sold by All druggists. A pol ii Naris a received at the International health exhibition London. 1884, the highest a wafted Over All other Mineral Waters natural of artificial. 4�?~a Polli Naris reigns Alvite among natural dietetic tattle Waters. Its numerous comenti tvrs appear to halt one after another fallen away. British medical journal May 31,1884. Of ail grocers druggists and Al in. . Beware of imitations. T advice to . Winslow a Boot i no syrup should always lie used when children Are cutting Teeth. It relieves the Little sufferer at once it produces Natu nil quiet sleep by relieving the child from pain and the Little Cherub awakes As a Bright Kab a it is very pleasant to taste. It boothes the child softens the Gums allays All pain. Relieves w ind. Regulates the bowels and i the Best known remedy for diarrhoea whether arising from teething or Obei cd use. Twenty five cent a bottle. Hie caloric excavating apparatus co., the original and reliable. 2b North Holliday Street. Telephone a a a a. It j handsome illustrated gift books. Standard authors in sets. Dickens s works. Excelsior edition the Best in cloth Russia Morocco and half calf binding. Poets the English Excelsior Edi Hon. In new bindings cloth and leather. Family bibles from $2 to 30. Teachers bibles in flexible binding. Aka Yeh Book Sand hymnals. Cases. Photograph albums in great variety. Autograph albums. Chea Dand Good. Writing desks inlaid and Plain. Juvenile books of All kinds. Big picture books. For the babies Linen books. Coloured picture books. A great variety or games. For ally Cut up puzzles. Very Fine Pape teries. Prang s Christmas cards. Prang a Novelty cards. Tucks Christmas cards. Beauty Pul fringe cards. And All the new things for Christmas presents. A at prices to suit All classes of buyers. Subscriptions received for All the weekly papers magazines Etc. Delivered in the City or sent by mail. Come Early to the Baltimore news company Sun Ikon building. Handsome Holiday present. Six pair $1 25 Fine kid gloves assorted in fashionable colors or Black with elegant Plush Glove Box a it $7.50. Regular value $10. Eil Fricht the Glover x 8. W. Cor. Lexington and Liberty its. Browne Iron bitter. Browne a Iron bitters. Browne a Iron bitters. Browne a Iron bitters. The rest tonic. The Best tonic. Trade Mark on every bottle. Physicians and druggists recommend it. This Medicine combining Iron with pure vegetable tonies quickly and completely cures dyspepsia indigestion weakness impure blood malaria chills and fevers and neuralgia. It is an unfailing remedy for diseases of the kidneys and liver. It is invaluable for diseases Peculiar to women and All who Lead sedentary lives. It does not injure the Teeth cause headache or produce constipation. Ii enriches and purifies the blood stimulates the appetite aids the assimilation of food relieves heartburn and belching and strengthens the Muscles and nerves. For intermittent fevers lassitude Lack of Energy Sec., it has no equal. Made Only by Brown chemical co., Ballo. Xmas cards. Xmas cards. Xmas cards. X Mas cards. Xmas cards. Xmas cards. Xmas cards. X Mas Calos. Xmas cards. Xmas cards. Xmas cards. X Mas cards. Xmas cards. Xmas cards. X Mas cards. Xmas cards. Xmas cards. Xmas cards. Albums. Albums. Albums. A i bums. Albums. Albums. T albums. Albums. Albums. Albums. Albums. Albums. D. To. Olaf is co. Over 10,000 varieties. All the United states say that our cards Are ahead. Citizens of Baltimore you who take a Delight in your Home enterprises and appreciate Energy and farsightedness. Come and see our card display. 7,000 varieties. No matter who advertises bargains Job lot Aud damaged albums come to where the Stock is and Over 24ostyles displayed. 10-eent album a Worth 40 cts. Albums. Chatterbox 30e�?z 36c., 3cc. And 5,000 other things at Hock Bottom prices. D. W. Glass amp co., ? 19 South Charles Street. D. To. Olaf a so . 1�, popular Book pricks. Holiday buyers Harvest. Sunday school presentation books. We have finely bound books bibles Standard authors. Juvenile toy books. Must be closed out in to Days. Macaulay a history of england�?$1 87. Macaulay s essay and poems�?$2 25. Geo. Eliot a work�?5 62. Irving a May and Tom series�?1 50. Scott a magnificent bindings $9 75. Dicken9�?Ts full works to 12. Dickens Universal series�?4 50. Pansy 8kriks-$2 40. Schiller 4. Goethe�?5 12. Bancroft s United states $10 80. Blacks 2 vol. $10 50. American biography $3 75. Thackeray s $8 25. Waverley novels�?$15 25. Illustrated a poems and hymns. Greenland a icy mountains�?$1 25. Sweet by and by $1 25. Lady Gerald i 25. Too varieties toy books i cent to 25 cts. G Idt Edge bed line poets�?60 cents. Buttercup and daisies second edition. Buttercup and daisies second edition. Baltimore Book author and publisher. Cigar cases�?50 varieties. Box Pape teries. Plush goods. Dressing cases. Comb Aud Brush set. In stands plaques. Brash goods. Cards. Teachers superintendents. Sunday schools will find Large lines cards and books come and see and see us d. W. Glass so co., ? 19 South Charles Street. Lobe. Christ a card exhibit. Lobe. Maurice i. Lobe so co s fourth annual exhibition today and tomorrow. Open at bight until la o clock. A perfect Paradise of pretty pictures. Cards from one sent to $20 each. Done to buy until you see them. Remember Maurice i. Lobe so com 14�?South Charles street�?14. Our souvenir this year surpasses All our previous efforts. Free to All visitors. Lobes chatterbox�?35 cents. Lobes chatterbox�?35 cents. Don t forget Maurice i. Lobe so co., 14 South Charles Street. Register for our handsome Calendar for 1885.t useful Holiday Good. Useful Holiday goods. I. Kenny c. I. Kenny c. I. Kenny has now on Sale at his stores the finest teas that have been imported this season consisting of to Yunk Mayune Gunpowder Gunpowder imperials imperials 19. Open tonight no. 19. D. W. Glass is . 19. South Charles Street 1�. 5,000 varieties of gifts in the words of Cleveland and Blaine the canvass la closed. You have to do the voting. Please inspect us before depositing your Dollar. Magnificent line of music boxes prices from $2 40 to $15. The finest and Mon select instruments exhibited in Baltimore with drum. Tremor Harp Piccolo. Sublime Harmonie beat All others. Come and hear them. T our crossing Clear and clean. Our sincere thanks Are extended or. Michael Fadgen superintendent of streets for his promptness in cleaning the Crossings leading to our store 19 South Charles. T d. W. G lass be co. A the owl Cigar store is the place to Bry Gold and Silver headed canes. The Best assortment in the City a lowest prices. W. I. Mccord x no. 29 North Charles Street. Beautiful dressing Case. Jewel casket work boxes and odor cases at from $1 50 to $75. Coleman so Rogers 176 West Balti More Street. ? Coal under cover. The choicest grades of coat delivered clean. Fear of slate 2,240 Pound to Tho ton Patent carts and wagons orders filled promptly. Office Sun building Eutaw and Madison Cathedral North of Biddie York and William. Hickory Oak and Pine Wood. Telephone Call 916. X e. Stabler. ., so co. The Baltimore weekly Sun. The Baltimore weekly Sun the Baltimore weekly Sun the Baltimore weekly Sun the Baltimore weekly Sun. The Baltimore weekly Sun. The Baltimore weekly Sun. The Baltimore weekly Sun. The Baltimore weekly Sun. Christmas number. Christmas number. Christmas number. Christmas number. Christmas number. Christmas number. The current Issue of the Baltimore weekly Sun embraces forty eight columns of Reading matter. Of this More than one half is carefully selected literary Reading pertinent to the christinas season. The selections embrace stories poetry sic., making the single Issue alone Worth double the Price of a years subscription. The contents Are classified As follows stories a Royal love a by Wilkie Collins a a dear lesson a a Ubarbe Duval s new year a a on guard a a for love or Gold a and a a perplexing poetry a the night before Christmas a a the night after Christmas a a going to see the a Christmas poem a the rules of health a a the lawyers secret a written for Tho weekly Sun a a disillusion a a Christmas a and a a ballade of Christmas among the miscellaneous Reading will be found two menus for Christmas dinners suggestions about Holiday fashions Sec. Other contents include editorials on leading topics Tho concluding proceedings of Tho methodist Centennial conference. Including the pastoral address in full an interesting sketch of a trip up the Tappahannock River an account of the opening of Tho new Orleans exposition correspondence from various Points proceedings of the Chesapeake and Ohio canal Board foreign news local intelligence full Market reports for the week news items agricultural humorous answers to correspondents the whole constituting a number of unsurpassed excellence. Terms one Dollar per year club of six. Five dollars a year and the time to subscribe is every week in the year. Single copies in wrappers ready for mailing three cents. X you no Hyson Young Hyson form Osa Formosa of Longs of Longs and English breakfast English breakfast teas. Teas All of which Are retailed at wholesale Pricer. Persons wishing lower priced teas i eau freely recommend my famous Cheon famous Cheon our new 40-cent mixed teas mixed teas As much Tho Best teas for the Money in this City. Fresh roasted coffees. Fresh roasted coffees. We roast daily mocha Mandelino and Carrack. Padang Java. Lag Ayra Maracaibo and White Rio. Kenny s Java Flavoured at 20 cents has no equal. Pure us Oaks at Cost. Cut loaf and powdered 7. Granulated 6. Light yellow 5. New crop new Orleans Suga a White 6. Yellow 5. D. Kenny c. I. Kenny. I. Kenny Tea dealer and t Kofkee roaster Tea dealer and Coffee roaster Tea dealer and Coffee roaster s. W. Corner Lexington and Greene n. W. Corner Eutaw and Lexington s. W. Corner Hanover and Camden 224 and 226 North Gay Street Corner Forrest a heating stoves. Roil warming Bath and Hall rooms Etc. Andirons Coal hods g As logs fenders Wood trays. Y. 3 and 5 plumbing Davidson so co., North Liberty Street. Gas fitting Gas grand. Grand grand. Grand Oma nil. Grand display display display display y display display display y display of Holiday. Holiday. Holiday. Holiday. Holiday. Goods. Goods. Goods. Goods. Goods. U s Holiday Holiday Holiday Holiday Holiday goods goods goods goods goods u l f u f u and ornamental ornamental ornamental ornamental or Nam Entil Xmas Xmas Xmas x Mas Xmas gifts gifts gifts. Gifts gifts gifts gifts gifts gifts gifts Fine Holiday goods at lowest importation prices. John h. Stellmann so co. John h. Stellmann so co. John h. Stellmann its co., John h. Stellmann so co., John h. Stellmann so co., John h. Stellmann amp co., wholesale importers wholesale importers wholesale importer wholesale importers wholesale importers wholesale importers 310 West Baltimore St., West of Liberty Street will close out at retail at retail at retail at retail at retail at retail their magnificent Stock of hum novelties High novelties from Paris London Vienna Berlin Dresden Florence consisting of the most costly display of european Art potteries. Royal Worcester Dresden and Berlin vases. Sevres and Capo Dimonti goods. Hungarian and italian Faience jugs. Amber col obd Limoges and Barboline wares. Repousse work. Historical and mythological subjects. French bisque and bronzes groups figures and statuettes. Antique brass clocks. Armorial clocks heraldic and medieval designs. Fine musical boxes with tremolo Harp. Sublime Harmonie and Piccolo attachments. Vienna Gilt and leather novelties. Novelties. Enamelled plaques and Bronze cabinets. All Are invited to examine these unique goods. We Combine the largest Stock with the lowest prices. H. Stellmann is co., importer. 310 West Baltimore Street near Liberty. Open evenings. Open evenings. Open evenings. Open evenings. Open evenings. Open evenings. Open evenings. A t for the holidays. Hennegen Bates amp fresh importation of Pater Philippe amp co. Watches. Also. Waltham watches All grades and variety of styles and prices. Choice carefully selected Diamond parcels. Novelties in jewelry silverware French clocks musical boxes Bric a Brac amp a. Hennegen Bates so co., x Corner Baltimore and Charles its. Browne a bronchial troche for coughs and colds a there is nothing to be compared with . 0. D. Watkins Walton pile fistula fissure permanently cured without knife or Caustics. No cure no pay. No detention from business. Over 3,000 Baltim oreans cured. Send stamp for references to or. A. ,128 n. Eutaw St. Old Ilene any Brandy. Jamaica and St. Croix rum. Old scotch and to Tom wit Yaw Fine old Maryland and other Rye whiskies of Superior Quality. Amontillado Lopaz and Manzanilla Sherry. Old private Stock and other Fine madeiras and ports. Finest grades of Burgundy clarets and sauternes and a full assortment of wines Brandy. Etc. For cooking purposes. R. Courtney so Bro. 14 North Charles St., Cor. Fayette and ? Corner Charles St. And North Avo. New York one Price clothing House 182 and 184 West Baltimore St. We knew it would Tell. Our prices does it All. Great Rush to secure those big bargains. Overcoats. Overcoats. Overcoats. Overcoats. Overcoats. Way Down in Price. Bargains. Bargains. Dress suits dress suits do Ess suits dress suits made by the Best artist known. They Are such that will do credit to Auy wearer expressly gotten up for Fine dress pure ones. And Are now Selling at Price that defy comparison. We can do it. Aud intend to sell the Best made clothing for the Lea to Money. Boys Wear. Boys Wear. Boys Wear. Boys weak. Boys Wear. Those that have tried our children a clothing know its Worth it has no equal anywhere specially made for the retail clothing business and must give Antis faction. Bors overcoats. Boys overcoats. Boys overcoats. Boys overcoats. Boys overcoats. Boys overcoats. The Arloea Are interesting to those that Are in need of such Comfort. Here it Law $2 50. $2 50. $2 50. 2 50. $2 50. $2 50. We sell the Best in America and can give you at any Price sell the milk lined finest Chinchilla Castor or any kind you might ask for. Children 8 suits. Children s suite. Children suits. Children s muits. Children s suits. We sell the Best All Wool for $5 00. Have school suits for 3 of would Cost double that Price elsewhere. We with you to Call and sea our noes it will serve to ave you 50 per sent. On your purchases. Be sure to Call at the new Vork one Price clothing House 182 and 184 West Baltimore Street largest retail manufacturers of Fine clothing. Save Money. Save Money. Save Money crash in prices. Crash in prices. Crash in pricks. 3.000 overcoats 3.000 overcoats 3, overcoats. $2. $5, $10. $15, $20. Menus All Wooi. Suita $5, #7 50, $10, $12, $15. Boys suits $1 50 to $14. 3 to $8 saved on every suit or overcoat bought of us this week. A of look look whether you we ant to buy or not pants 25e. To $7. Pants 25c. To $7. Pasta 25c. To $7. Oehm so son Okum 5� son Oehm so son. Pratt and Hanover streets. Pratt and Hanover streets. Pratt and Hanover streets. Buildings brimful or bargains. Open w Ken esd a y until to of clock. X k one ii Feld Bros. Al sen Feld Bros. 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Today today today Toda r today today today today today today today today today we we we we we we we we Cire away Cire away Cire away Girt Anay give away Cire away give away Cue a Way a a a a pair of pair of pair of pair of pair of pair of pair of pair of pants pants pants pants Panis pants pasts pants pants with every with every w Ith every w i the every with every $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 to Worth of w Orth of Worth of Worth of w Orth of clothing clothing clothing clothing clothing clothing purchased. Purchased. Purchased. Purchased. Purchased. Remember we give you a pair of pants pair of pants pair of pants pair of pants that has Only been touched by w Ater. Corner Baltimore Street and Market space. Corner Baltimore Street and Market space. X los Etui presents. Crystal parlor chandeliers. Crystal Hall lights. Sliding chandeliers for the Library. Fenders. Andirons. Fire sets. Fire skeins Coal hods. Gas logs. Gas heating stoves. Y. Davidson amp co., 3 and 5 North Liberty Street. Gas stands. Fine Oil lamps. $ 183 West Baltimore Street two Days Only tuesday and wednesday. $1 25 Seal $1 25 $1 25 skin $1 25 $1 25 Caps. $1 25 our $1 50 Seal polos for $1 25, our $2 of Seal polos for $1 50. $2 of Seal polos for $1 50. Albert Sigmund 183 West Baltimore Street. $ Holiday presents. Fitzgerald a Fine Art rooms 38 North Charles St. Rare and Beautiful objects in bisque brass Royal Wooster amp a. Brass and Bronze tables and pedestals. Fine engravings and Kake etchings. Immense Stock of novelties at the family grocer of the West end. I have on hand the usual Stock of fruit nuts sic., for the holidays cooking and table raisins new Citron currants Sweet cider and Best Cape cod berries. Nuts. Bordeaux soft and paper Shell almonds walnuts filberts Palm and Pecan nuts. New crop new Orleans molasses. Buckwheat Hominy Beans evaporated peaches French prunes Etc. Granulated sugar 6 cents. Beautiful Brown. 6 cents. Cooking winks and brandies cheap. Fuller Waters s. Etcor. Baltimore and Strieker streets. Or o. Hodge Phelps of new York. Twenty years experience in the treatment of chronic diseases of Philadelphia Chicago St. Louis. New Orleans Hartford. Springfield Boston and Baltimore. Md., has engaged raise s Hall. Corner Post office Avenue and Baltimore Street where he will publicly heal the sick a without Money and without Price a Kekry morning from to toll of clock until further notice commencing thursday morning december 25. Has also taken Parlours at the Carrollton hotel ladies Entrance on Baltimore Street where those who Are Able and willing to pay May come from la a. To 8 My a each Day. The Public Ake invited to witness the wonderful cures performed in the Hall. Admission free. Chronic diseases cured. Acute pain instantly relieved. The Lam walk the Blind Seei the deaf hear the doctor practice i mostly diseases of a chronic nature and cases Given up a incurable. Although a graduate of a medical College be method of treatment is Peculiar to himself though there have Peen open in All Ages who have had the same magnetic Power Over the do season of the body and mind. Some Call it the a gift of Healing a yet few have posse Aeed it to such an extent Over nearly All disease Aud persons. Testimony from prominent citizen of Baltimore acknowledging their inestimable Benefit from or. Dodge Phelps s treatment. Or. O. Dodge Phelps i have not words to express my gratitude to you for the restoration of my voice. For nine Long years i have been under the treatment of the most skillful professor and physician of tee City of Baltimore and ail their knowledge and skill my voice remained the same and not a Loco hound have i uttered in All these nine Long year until i called on you on monday. January 21. 1884. A Day Long to be remembered by me Aud in me minute without Medicine and without instruments you restored my voice and i can now speak As loud and a Well As i Eyer could. My Parent and Friend will cheerfully give evidence to the statement i have Here made and which i feel is justly your due for your wonderful skill. My residence is 55 North Fremont Street where i Wil freely answer Auy inquiries. Ever gratefully yours. Annie Reese. The above arc Only a few of the Many cures made by the doctor during his stay in the City at different time. No charge forr consultation. $ sanitary plumbing. So Vecial attention Given to remodelling defective plumbing. Fine Bath rooms fitted up. y. Davidson a co., 3 and 5 North Liberty St. Gas fixtures. Gas fitting. I Golden ate no Christmas or new year without it. Outerbridge Howsky s old Maryland Rye whisky. All Ages. And unsurpassed. Kempton a co. Agents. Abasement 20 Light Street. Telegraphic summary Etc. The signal service prediction for today is colder generally fair weather. Wednesday colder and fair. The cold weather signal has been ordered for Baltimore. The manager of the great Western railway. In whose station in London a fire. Sup Post d to lie of fenian origin occurred on sunday say that there is no evidence of in Oendi Arismo Rev. T. Of Connell late Rector of the chapter House London has been committed to Lait As insane the old House of Emmanuel Biach a co., of Vienna has suspended. And Jean Luca of the Giro and Fras Denver Len Bank a committed suicide in the Case of the Anar chies on trial in Leipsic for attempting to assassinate emperor William three of the prisoners have been sentenced to death two to penal servitude and three have been acquitted a committee has been organized in Berlin to raise a fund for Prince Bismarck As an expression of the Confidence of the nation Rev. We. Lanka a Alexander d. A. Of Edinburgh is deed. . D. Matthews was elected president of the Baltimore county agricultural society work on the Philadelphia division of the b. And o. Road is being pushed ahead despite Snow and ice Jacob Wagner is charged with shooting John of Briana the loss by the Mcgrath packing House fire is estimated at $19.000 a fire in the furniture factory of Graham a Schmidt caused losses estimated at about $25.000. In the United states Senate yesterday the Bill to provide for a commission to examine into the liquor traffic was passed by a vote of 24 to 16. Or. Hale reported from the committee on appropriations with amendments. House naval appropriation Bill. The House was net in Sass on. Lieut. Wood. Of the fish commission Steamer fish Hawk has been detached from that command and placed on waiting orders at his own request. It has been determined to hold the inauguration Ball in the new pension building in Washington. It is reported that two men were burned to death or drowned during sunday s fire at Pratt a Astral Oil works in Brooklyn. The loss is variously estimated at from $300,000 to $500,000. Business in the Naugatuck Valley conn., is improving. At Shelton the Derby Silver company expects to Start their factory on full time and with nearly full Force on january 15. Bassetts Corset Birmingham. Is running on full time and with a increased Force and other Corset shops report a Good business. In Waterbury the Mill a Benedict a Burnhams factory and part of the work of Holmes Booth a Harden Are running at night. The United states Telephone manufacturing com pan v of new York and the Mcdonough Telephone and Telegraph company of new Jersey flied a Bill in Trenton. N. J., yesterday asking for an injunction against the american Bell Telephone company of Boston and the Domestic Telegraph and Telephone company of Newark for an infringement of a Patent. On sunday morning. January 4, the ceremonies incident to conferring the pallium upon the most Rev. Or. Ryan archbishop of Philadelphia will take place in the Cathedral of St. Peter and Paul. Invitations Havo been sent to All the members of the american Hierarchy to be present and a Large representation of the Bishops is expected. Venezuela continues in in excited a Tate owing to the fears of an uprising. Or. Of Leary who was sent by the government to Trinidad to negotiate about the expulsion venezuelans who were conspiring there but who failed in the matter is now changed with a similar Mission to St. Thomas. A majority and two minority reports were made yesterday to the new York chamber of Commerce by the committee on the Spanish treaty. The majority report favored the treaty. One of the minority reports opposed the treaty absolutely and was adopted by the chamber of Commerce. Matthew Mckeever who in connection with i wife. The sister of the late Bishop Alexander Campbell conducted pleasant Hill female Seminary near West Middleton. Pa., died at i daughters residence in Harrisville Ohio. Sunday evening aged 87. It is said that no Steps will be taken to carry out the bequest of the late Bishop Simpson in regard to the endowment of an episcopal chair As it is thought that his family should receive the full Benefit of his estate. In Newyl yesterday the jury in the suit of mine. Sofia Scalchi Lodi against Henry e. Abbey for a balance of salary returned a verdict in favor of mme. Scalchi for $1,441. A motion for a new trial was denied. Ferdinand Mayer of new York. And his Eon Benjamin who failed for $1.000,000 on september 24, were arrested yesterday on a charge of perjury connected with their assignment. A package containing four pounds of dynamite was found in the Yard of a House in Halifax n. S., saturday not far from artillery Park and the residences of several officers. , of Pennsylvania has ordered the release of Michael Norton who a kidnapped in new York and taken to Pennsylvania without a requisition to answer a charge. The Schooner Paul Keller cart. Foster sailed from Wilmington n. C., on the 9th of november for Philadelphia. She has not been heard from since and is supposed to be lost. A party of White emigrants from Canada arrived at Petersburg va., yesterday bound to North Carolina being the third party within a week. Others Are to follow. A dispatch from port a Prince says a general crisis prevails throughout the Windward islands owing to the fail in the Price of sugar. David r. Paige the democratic congressman from the eighteenth Ohio District was married in Cleveland yesterday to miss Eva b. Leek. Chief Engineer Richard Milne Bartleman. Of the United states Navy died in Philadelphia yesterday of congestion of the liver. Frederick Warde the tragedian has cancelled his dates for the remainder of the season and disbanded his company. Studd one of the leading cricketers in England has abandoned sport and intends to go As a missionary to China. The Marquis de Lenville has commenced 8uit against the new York world for libel in publishing attacks on his title. Mrs. Mary Fitch Folger aged too years and la months died at Hudson new York on sunday night. Rev. James l. Smith a coloured methodist preacher died at Norwich conn., yesterday aged 90 years. Fog rain Ani slush. Bad weather for shoppers. Undaunted crowds in the streets. Wading around to make Christina Purchase a difficulties of Bay crafts another cold wave on it Way. Reported for the Baltimore Sun. The thermometer at the Sun office ranged from Tho freezing Point at 7 of clock Vett a Day morning to 40 degrees at Midnight. Tho weather Man said that a cold wave Hal started on the Northern slope and in the upper Lake Region and will probably reach Baltimore today and make the thermometer come Down to or 15 degrees which will be followed by a further fall on wednesday. At 2 . The thermometer registered 35 degrees. The weather today will probably be Clear. The Street clean a department had out it full Force of 128 men and 58 carts Day and night an i removed a Large Quantity of the slush. The department ought to be More generally aided by individual Effort. Everybody went Home with dragged Ankles yesterday but it going to be a merry Christmas despite the sleet and slush. Shopping is Active the streets Are alive the cars and omnibuses Are loaded with men and women and boxes and Basket the markets Are apoplectic with Good thing errand boys Are carrying bundles from House to House Evergreen and Cedar Trees Are abundant children Are expectant mothers Are Happy and fathers Are submissively wondering where Ibe Deuce All the in one a a goes. The streets and Crossings were Sloppy the gutters were flowing with molten Snow. The pavements were Only half cleaned and Tho Curbstone were More treacherous than banana peels. But the undaunted crowd hurried on from store to store stopping tora moment to talk with an acquaintance and then darting away again. La a Man balled on a thoroughfare he was sure to obstruct the sidewalk and be bumped against if it was a lady she would say Quot of sir. In a so sorry my umbrella struck you. I Hope it did t Hurt a Busy part of the City was at the Corner of Baltimore and Charles streets a locality Meh is almost As bewildering at this time of the year As parts of Broadway or fourteenth Street or sixth Avenue in a a York City. A policeman is always on duty at Charles and Baltimore streets to Pilot la lie from pavement to pavement and to prevent Drivers of vehicles from running Over each other or anything else that happens to be in their Way. As the work is too much for one Man there is a system of Relief by which four policemen take turns at the Corner every hour and a half. Sal i one of them a my feet have been wet since seven o clock this or in ing. My clothes Are Muddy and Ray patience is nearly exhausted and. Id addition i have just been snapped up by a lady f it a not getting her across the Street quicker. There was a blockade of wag and car at the time. Aud i could not find an opening thro Uati which i could take her. She said to to a i wish you to understand sir. That a lady has the right of Way i touched my hat and told her that i never disagreed with a lady in my life arid that id get her Aero if i had to Knock Down two or three horses and Driver. When she reach Chi the other Side i said a you Are Safe. A Tam a and she replied a no thank to you. when a lady says thank you it is Wel cd hied a a Christmas Gilt. That s the oui Christmas gift we Lexington. Howard Eutaw and Gay streets and Broadway were not As aul Matt Das they were on saturday but there was a great Deal of Bobbing in and out store not with Sta Ding. And the turnout of carriages was larger than usual. In North Gay Street a lady slipped and fell with an armful of toys into a Pool of water and was so thoroughly drenched that she burst into tear and had to be Tasen Home in a Hack. It a a frequent sight to tee a trusting nature put too much Faith in the hard looking surface of a Gutter and go ankle deep in slush. It was a hard task to keep Dainty skirt from being spattered without proving the truth of the Shoemaker s assertion when he said to a Sun reporter recently that a for of foot and ankle the women of Baltimore Are a Jovial and philosophical Driver on one of the a l gun a. Tiue cars called himself a a moving Spectator of a i see All the fun but Tak Active part in it. I see b w others enjoy themselves and it brightens me up too. At night i see Light come through the windows. I think of a Fiat a Judy time the children Are having and i whip up my horse Aud make the Bells Jingle. Whais the use of getting sour i have been a Driver on his line for Eiyen years i w,.rk seventeen h. Urs out of Twenty four i average four Aud a half hours Bleep i get two do Lars a Day and i manage to live and support my wife and two children and throw m a toy for the lit in ones and a new g a for the old woman at Christmas. I aint fit to do anything but tend to horses so what it the use of Gram Ling because i aint Rich. But i Tell you a fellow can t help feeling Down in the Mouth occasionally in snowing and freewill weather. Your feet and hands and no get and ears feel As if they d drop off. The a now almost blinds you. And the Only Relief you can get is to exercise your lungs by Vagt Oping up the horses and Yelling at the other a Lett a Carrier said that Christmas brought him presents of Money or Good cheer from a majority of the houses at which he left letters Ana that he Aud his family always welcomed the festival. The police say that there is considerable suffering in the City. And that Money clothing Aud edible will be judiciously distributed if sent to the station houses or the marshal s office. Along the writer front the condition of the streets was very bad. Hauling was done with great trouble an i horses Aud Drivers suffered. The depth of the slush Ani water male the Street Crossings a weariness to . Everybody was talking about the weather and wishing for a warm. Dashing rain or a Sharp freeze. There was a brisk demand for oysters at Pratt Street wharf. But the Supply on hand was great enough to Sai iffy it. Oyster sold at prices varying from 55 to 90 cents according to Quality. A dense fog overhung the River and Bay from about 2 a. Until late in the afternoon when it to lift a Little. The steamers a Pooh Pratt and tred Avon arrived on time in the morning but their officers stated they were compelled to run with great caution on account of the dense fog. Tugs were coming into the Harbor All Day with Large tows of purities a d Schooner and Many More were reported Laving in the Mouth of the Patapsco waiting for the fog to lift so that they can come up to the City. The Steamer Putz left yesterday morning of time for her regular trip to Annapolis and other Points Down the Bay but had to tie up at the Lazaretti on account of the heavy fog. She returned to her pier at Light Street wharf about noon and the trip was abandoned. She will proceed on her route this morning. The Steamer Emma a. Ford reached the City from the Chester River at 2 M., Only a half hour behind tone. She reported Mono durable Iee in the Creek emptying into the Chester River. The Steamer Corsica a Consort of the Emma a. Ford which has heretofore run As a night boat will be put on As a Day boat next wednesday until the worst of the Winter is Over. To Lamb at men were somewhat depressed Over the Outlook yesterday. Some were of the opinion that the cold wave reported to be on its War from the West would practically close River Savl Gabiou for a time. Several of the Crew of the puny Jacob Bulack. Captain James Dobson arrived yesterday on the tred Avon from Oxford. And reported that their vessel was blown a it Hore on Tilghman s Island during the storm of last thursday night Aud that All hands abandoned the vessel. The Crew suffered Art Tiv from the cold. They got to the Mainland and walked to Oxford. From whence they were gent to Baltimore. Messes. Struven Walker on Boston Street yesterday sent the tug Jupiter to get the be i off. She lies Well up on the Beach of Tilghman a Island close to Poplar Island Narrows. The puny belongs to or Peter Keloy 135 South Chester Street. An aged citizen of South Baltimore in speaking of the rough wintry weather said that the Winters of recent years do not equal in severity those of fifty or sixty years ago. He stated that the Winter of 1832 was memorable for a remarkably Long freeze. The cold weather set in about two weeks before Christmas that Winter and did not Abate until the following March. All the Rivers emptying into the Bay were Frozen Over and the Bay was blocked with ice As far Down As Annapolis. The ice on the bar Tor Ani Patapsco was about fifteen inches thick. As there were no ice boats in those Days nay Iga Tion was entirely suspended for Over two a months. There was a regular skating and Sleigh ing Carnaval on the ice. Booths were erected on the ice at various Points Down the River which supplied meals and drinks to any who cared to buy. In the Middle of this hard freeze a pre concerted movement was made by the Large Fleet of outward bound ship in the Harbor and the inward bound Fleet Riding at Anchor in Annapolis roads to open a Channel. The Crews of both fleets were put upon the ice with axes and boat Hooks and the work of chopping open the Channel began. There were hundreds of men in the work it either end of the ice and rapid Progress was made. The blocks were Cut Large and then shoved under the ice with boat Hooks of either Side of the Channel thus leaving open water. The ships were towed along As the men worked by Means of Irons fixed in the ice. To which were attached ropes. The motive Power was the Windlass. When the two fleets met there was Hearty cheering Aud grand handshaking. In this Way the port emptied of vessels bound to foreign ports and filled again with the sails of the incoming Fleet. The Telegraph companies had their corps of linemen at work at an Early hour yesterday mending the breaches made by Tho sleet storm inside of the City the Telephone Tho messenger service and regular Telegraph company wires suffered a Good Deal. But were put in Good shape again by last evening. On the lines in the country the weight of the accumulated ice in some localities carried Down the poles and wires in a mass. The weather was mild however and the company managers said the repair work was rapidly Dooe. The wires were not working Well in any direction because of the bad weather. Superintendent Selden of the Baltimore and Ohio telegraphs has Largo experience with sleet storms. He stated that last Winter he had charge of eight Hundred Miles of Telegraph lines on the Wabash Railroad system when a heavy sleet carried Down nearly the whole concern poles and wires. There was a spell of soft weather and slush followed a Row hours later by a bitter Northwest blizzard that buried the fallen wires beneath 22 inches of solid ice. It took numerous construction trains three weeks to dig out the wires and put up a Fine for use in Tho railroads business. Limbs of Trees and fences were utilized for temporary Doles. A piece of no. 9 Telegraph wire weighing about twelve pounds was Luton the Scales with its huge icicle pendants and icy coat of mail and was found to weigh 42u pounds. A that storm devastated the country Over which it prevailed Quot said or. Selden a and huge Lim be of giant Forest Trees broke beneath the accumulated weight of ice. It was a storm of a kind such As they have re Tersaa of z litre 401 Tau e 4 une>4 Day it 9� 3 line i Day. 0 50 1 do. Do. 5 Day. I is i que re 4 Fine l Day 0 90 1 do. Do. I Al. 9 10 i do. Do. 3 Day 0 to i do. Do. Weka. 9 i do. Do. 8 Day i 201 do. Do. I month 9 00 for lines on Utitco a by Vahib. If an a it la a Cen a la Linda. The Price win be to exact proportion. All advertisement Are Tayab a at the time of their inner too. Marriage and death notices of three line Twenty five Centi each Ani mud in All rate be endorsed. We do not insure the insertion of any advertise ment on any specified Day or dais nor do we insure the number of insertion within the time required by the advertiser. Advertisement will. However have their full number of insertion when the time ran be made in but when accidentally left Ort. And the number of insertion cannot be jct Vern the Money paid for the omitted insertion win be returned to the advertiser. Sometimes in the Vuest. I lived for Twenty uuy8 in a Box several of the wires us a by the police Ani fire alarm Telegraph were by Ken during the recent storm by the wire of Telephone lines breaking and falling upon them. Everything was quickly gotten into shape again under the direction of or. Charles Mcaleese. Superintendent and the department was in full working order yesterday. The wires of the fire alarm Telegraph Are heavier than those used by the Telephone companies and there was Only one break and that near a hoi and it was mended at once. The steam Railroad passenger train were nearly ail late yesterday morning and the bad weather maae Light travel. Irater in Tho Day the tracks on the various lines were in Good shape again for schedule running and the water trains came in on time. Shipping disasters. The Steamer Jane Moseley beached a Oiler Accident and losses. Special dispatch to Tho Baltimore Sun Norfolk a. Dec. 22. The Steamer Jane Moseley of the Norfolk. Now York and Philadelphia Railroad line. Snagged on an Anchor at Cape Charles City this morning and had to be beached to prevent her sinking. No lives were lost. The Moseley was running in connection with the new York Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad transferring passengers from Cape Charles to old Point and Norfolk. She a had several mishaps since she commenced this service. I the Accident occurred Aal the Emo Ariey was leaving her Dock at Cape Charles City. Tho lug which a towing her out of toe slip let go too soon and the Captain of the mos Clev thinking he could get out without further Assi Tance ordered her to be started ahead Ween she struck a Anchor left on the Bottom by a dredging boat making a considerable rent in her Bottom. The passengers wet u lauded safely and were brought to Norfolk on the tug. Reaching Here about 13 o clock. The Steamer will be immediately rained and wreckers have already gone it toe scene of the disaster. Her cargo is greatly damaged. The Jane Slos Eley belongs to the Inland and Seaboard transportation company of Washington d. It. And was purchased by the company from Eastern parties More than ten it ars ago. She is a Side Wheeler a a wooden Hull is very fat and is elegantly fitted up. Her length is considerably Over of feet. She is a Consort of the Steamer lady of the Lake. Her tonnage is 800. When the new York. Philadelphia and Norfolk Railroad opened through business from the South some time ago the Jane Moseley was chartered by that corporation to Transfer passengers Aud freight Between Norfolk Aud tape Charles City. The route across the Bay at that Point is very rough especially in Winter when Northwest winds prevail. About two we tag the Moseley got ashore of Hampton bar during a Gale and fears were ent Orraine i for her safety but so was gotten off in a f w hours without any apparent material damage. The Moseley was brought to Baltimore two years ago and had new boilers put in her. The Baker Salvage company a Steamer Victoria peed returned last night and reports that the Schooner ashore on Sharp s Island was floated saturday. Cape Charles City. Va., dec. 22.�?the Steamer Jane Moseley is tied up at her Dock having been damaged by ».Ng a sunken Anchor. The report of her singing is a my take. Washington. Dec. 22.�?the signal corp station at big Kena Koe wreck station. N. C., reports a follow a an unknown barkentine struck on Hatteras Shoal at 4 . Yesterday. 1.21st,i during a Southeast Gale. The Crew remained in the a night. The vessel was this morning discovered abreast Kenaree station flying Sig Nail of distress. She had floated during the right. The vessel was full of water to her decks. The Cape Hatteras life saving Crew launched their surf boat and went to the assistance of the the signal corps station at Cape Hatteras n. A. A parts As fo.iow�, dated december 18 a Tho three masted Schooner Carolina. Capt. Gay Kei. From Washington n. C., bound to Charleston of. C., loaded with Rice. Driven ashore on a reef in Hatteras Luiet by the gain today. The Vesei have to discharge cargo before being floated. Quot the Sloop vim from Portland. Me. In ballast bound to Jacksonville. Fla., came Ash re in Hatteras Inlet during the same Gaie. Both Crews were saved. New Haven. Conn. Dec. 22.�?the heavy Gaes of yesterday drove Many coasters to take Refuge in new Haven Harbor. About ii of Doc k last night an unusually heavy roller swamped the Coal Barge bouquet bound for Norwich and the coat Iarien Sci Onorr merest heed. For Providence. Both were sunk. The Crews narrowly escaping and i a sing an the r property. The Coal Schooner Nellie Grant downed for Portsmouth lost both her anchors. Gloucester mass.,dec. 22.�?the Schooner Everett. Haskell of this port. Bound for Newfoundland for Frozen Herrings is ashore at Canso. No particulars have been received. The Schooner Hude Garde. Which left Here for Shore Ashing three a tel it ago. Struck a reef off Cutler me., during a blinding snowstorm last monday morning. The vessel is a tot loss. The Crew were saved. Jersey City. N. J., dec. 22.�?the ferryboat Hudson City of the Courtlandt Street Niue. Ran out of her course during the fog this afternoon and brought up against the Bulkhead of he new pier at the foot of York Street. The h cd dislodged a i struck three gentlemen who received slight i injuries. Portsmouth n.�?Tii., dec. 22.�?the Lime i Schooner Eastern belie of Rockland me., j Smith master eighty seven tons. Aden with Ludo barrels of Lime went ashore on Clarks Island Iii this Harbor last night. And was consumed by fire late this morning. The Crew were saved. Aneth. R cold Ai. Portland Uke. Dec. 22. The second Soow storm of the season commenced at no n today Aud raged w Ith great violence. Trains on the dreg n railway and navigation company s kit a1 Are still prevented from running. A tra Noad of passengers is snowed up Between Tho Dalles and cascades. Six engines Aud 500 men have been sent with provisions to their Rescue. The blockade in the Rocky mountains prevents trains running on the Northern Pacific. 5t. Paul Minn. Dec. 22.�?the thermometer registered eight degrees below Zero Here at noon. Reports from Otner Points have been received As follow. At Neche near the Manitoba line. 4d below Zero at Crookston 36r below at Omaha. 22 below at Huron 27s below Pierre. 22� below at Jamestown. 32 below at Mandan. 40 below and at Glendive. 45 below. Trams Are delayed a from three to six hours by the Snow Drift. Sioux City. To. Dee. 22.�?>now fell nearly All Day yesterday. This morning the Mercury fell to 22 below Zero. Subsequently Tho weather moderated and at 2 The Mercury was id below with a Strong Northwest wind and the Snow Drifting. Chicago Iii. Dec. 22 a Thel weather throughout the Vest and Northwest which had been steadily growing Milder since Friday is again becoming much colder. Omaha schedules 17 below Roro Tim morning Kansas City z r St. Paul. 3 below Dubuque 5 below Fargo. 32 below and Winnipeg. 47 below. Ottawa ont. Dec. 22.�?prof. Wiggins say that Winter of i m w As remarkable f a a r abundance of Snow As Well As intense cold. As will be the Winter of 18. 5. Earthquakes Nave occurred in both hem she is. Even visiting England. Unusual floods have occurred especially in Cincinnati last february and will occur this summer. The new England society s dinner. York. Dec. 22.�?the annual dinner of the new England society at Delin Nicovs tonight was one of the most successful and elaborate feasts Ever Given by that organization. About members an i invite guests j sat Down to the banquet. Among those pres i ent were Hon. Stewart l. Quot a Ood Foru president of the society Gen. . T. Sherman Hon. John d. Long. Sex govern r of Massachusetts Henry cad t Ludge of Boston and Rev Edward Everett Hale. Gen. W. T. Sherman said he came Miles to be present and a it it and to the Toast a your he said. Referring to Tho absence of Gen. Grant and Gen. S a Redan a i went to see Gen. Grant a get night and wha gratified beyond measure to fir d him much better than i was led to s to Prog. I had a Long conversation with him about Many topics dating Back Twenty or thirty years. His memory is As Clear an i Lucid a it p a silo and i think myself that he is in far better health than he was twelve month s after referring to the wars of 112 and Tho mexican War Gen. Sherman said a the conspiracy in the Winter of �?T60-yd in want Hogton was a Damnable conspiracy applaud .1 and i Spak it with knowledge because i myself was then a citizen of a Southern state and so it continued until we were enamelled to fire upon fort Sumter when it a Grad the character of a rebellion and a drained so to its close. No people on Earth were less prepared for War than the people of this country in mar 1861. The Farmers of Ohio were planting their Corn so were the banners All Over the North. You Here in new York feared that some disturbance was threatened but supposed that a Compromise of some kind would be effected. A but when the first shot was fired on fort Sumter there occurred in this land the most Beautiful uprising of a people to uphold their government and to preserve the institutions they inner Ted and tracing that War to its very end very step of it a a step of Progress towards Freedom and towards the object of our Pilgrim fathers a land of Law and order and discipline when every Man. Be he White Black or yellow would live in peace and Security in his own Home. And cultivate his own Vine. A we have fought w Ith our foreign enemies and with ourselves and have conquered in every instance. We have a right to Toast our country in All its aspects and rest secure in the Possession of a country grand in it proportion Beautiful in All its details magnificent in its past and present history. Be May sing and say a our country it is of thee we a petrified bellies found in a Quarry. San Francisco dec. 22.�?the times Santa Maria Cai correspondent telegraphs that intense excitement a created there this evening by Tho arrival of a Wagon containing two petrified bodies discovered in the Gypsum Quarry near Point a Al. The bodies were those of a Man and woman. They were buried Side by Side with a Large Boulder Between them. The body of the Man is in a perfect state of preservation except half of the left . Both feet were broken off in Dis interment. The woman a apparently of Middle age and of very symmetrical proportions. The electrical Railroad company. New York dec. 22.�?the american electric Railroad company met at Cyrus . Fields a residence tonight and decided to Issue invitations to patentees of electric Railroad appliances to assign their inventions to to the company and receive from the Board of arbitration proportionate shares of Stock be gauged according to the value of each Meena ism. Patent bolder who do not Avail themselves of the offer before december 31st Are to be excluded from All advantages. Narragansett Park was purchased last week by a Syndicate for $3u,00g, and will be maintained for trotting. It Bas the reputation of being the fastest track in the country

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