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~ SECOnrEDITIOH
SUSSEX COUNTY COURT
. w I .1 4 x
. Indictment of the Murderer
Hallet
a
•took.
range
.m. GREENBACK FOSSILS
t?
at
fore
be
WMKX COUNTY COURT.
GaoaoirowN, Oct. 10.—Court convened
u, Judges Comesys,
on the beach. Mo»
atore
H
at 10 o'clock ».
We
II
Ä»
was igrrciteg
, voluntarily
f
and was aenteneed to pay a flue of
«1 and coata of pronecutlon.
postponed until to-morrow.
The lienee ^.,^.1... ..
S f l i a/| T iMWBW tKS
were taxed with coata sad discharged.
State ra. Myree B. Moore, aaaault and
battery, was poitponed uutil to-morrow.
tin »true bill
ett for the mu
were next con
Ihe reepondeute
Tho
against
rder of
ty. Hallett was then brought
arraigned. He walked flnrdy
was« "not guilty " to tke
he showe traces
Jury brough
odd P. Hafle
10.00
SS'
the
t.ot
clear accent», but
down. Mr. Cullln announced
Mr. Lolland ware counsel for
the prisoner, and that In the absence of Mr.
Loiaud bo oould not promise to be ready
for trial before Thursday.
Th* Attorney General has discharged the
witnesses of the State In this case until 10
of break!
a
o'clock Thursday morning,
took a rcccM uutil 8 o'clock i
Court then
p. m.
On the reaaaembllng of court the remain
der of the
State ▼•.
battery was continued.
It waa a very dull dar in court
aeeaiont were short. Were it not for the
Hsfiet ease court could adjourn on Thure
recoguixances were dlspoeed of.
John D. Bunting, aaaault and
and the
a.
p.
day.
TH* LKV Y COURT.
The levy court met at 2. p. m. But little
business was transacted. A few claim« were
allowed, and the body adjonrued until
Tweedy the 24th Inst.
" •• rossas in sussex.
TMy U. dirngk the Van« of Holding
* Convention—Th. Tick«*.
[Hpeclal correspondence of the Gasette. ]
Grokgktown, Oct. 10.—The farce of
holding a Greenback County Convention
was again gone through with to-day. It
met In the Levy Court room at 2.30 p. m.,
abouta half a dozen being present. The
organised by electing H. W.
Long chairman and George M. Spaulding
secretary. A platform of the usual style
stereotyped
conventions
2.14
meeting
for tbu uce of all Greenback
waa adopted and the following
ticket wa* nominated : State Senator»—
Theo. Robbtua, Lawea and Reboboth ; John
P. Colli», Georgetown.
Reprcaentatlvee— Jo». F. Holt, Baltimore
huudred ; Edward Davis, Dagaboro ; Joe,
E. Coffin, Iudlan River; William Ltudal,
Nanttcoka ; Joseph King, Lewes and Re
hoboth ; B. C. Wainwright, 8eaford ; George
W. Lloyd, Broad Creek.
6.40
_ rge M. Thoroughgood.
Georgetown hundred.
For CoitMier—^George M. Spaulding,
Georgetown.
Levy Court Commissioners—John Clen
dantel, Cedar Creek ; Benjamin H. Jouer-,
Indian Hiver; John P. Phillips, Dagshoro;
Joseph N. Russell, Nanticoke : Robert
France, Bealord John Wootten, N. W.
Fork.
The tlçkrt was made out by the half
dozen 'preéeut atid will be a surprise to the
' portons placed upon It. The whole att'uii
! who a farce. ,
Mr. Moore was taken quite 111 this after
noon, but Is improving this evening.
For
of
-
^ «HAND LUW1E MKET1NO.
The Work of This Morning's Bmelon—A
Liberal Appropriation.
The report* of the grand officer* pre
printed at the meeting of the Right Worthy
Grand Lodge of Delaware this morning,
were referred to appropriate committee*.
Twenty-five new member« were admitted.
Reports were received from all the *ul>ordi
n«te lodge« except Triple Lh»k No. 31 of
Fradcricka, which 1* now defunct. A let
ter was received from J. W. Boone, who had
long been the moving opirit of Triple Link
Lodge, stating that owing to 111 health he
WM unable to attend regularly the meeting*
aud It had run down. He had assumed all
the debt« of the lodge for rent, etc.,
amounting In all to $di), aud being al*o
'to resign his position

poetuiabter
of Frederiea, a*ked the Grand Lodge to
reimburse him.
It was decided that as a mark of appre
ciation of Mr. Boone's services, and from
the fact that he is now unable to
livelihood, to give hitn a present of $150.
About 7£ member* were present and
shortly after 12 o'clock the meeting ud
Jouriied until 3 o'clock.
Bar mi in'* Great Show.
Extensive preparation*
Bam urn** great show,
this city ou Friday. The tent will be cist
on the farm of Isaac Elliott in the Ninth
w«rd. The fence* have been taken down
and the ground ploughed up to make the
ring« Tlie advance agent of the great show*
has purchased a stock of hay and 1.50 bush
els of oats for the animals.
being made for
hlch is to exhibit iu
Owr Beys Games to be Played.
ThU afternoon the Our Boys wfll play,
«lttFCrowleÿ os catcher, the Auburn nine
of Phlladel pliia. It will be the secoud time
theclub8 have met. Thursday afternoon
the Boy§ will play the second of their cham
pionship games with the De Hanoi, and
Saturday afternoon the Hartville club will
the Unlou street grounds.
Kxunilnation of Teachers.
An examination of teachers for second
»nd third grade certificate* will be held at
Newport on Saturday. October 14.
examination will begin at 9.30 a. m. J. II.
Groves, H. C. Carpenter, superintendent*.
Two Death*.
|i|va. Abigail M. W a toon, widow of James
.^Fate^a, at one time a Justice of the
jtifc in this city, died this morning. Mrs.
Pff Fyle of No. 918 Jeff erson street died
àéute cerebro meningitis last night.
*•
John O'Dyrne's Speech.
John O^Byrne, Esq. r will positively speak
In the Opera House, October 18.
' ' LOCAL LJ CONIC'S.
Edward Talley was
he elbow In Simmons
lory yesterday.
The Supreme Court of the United Friends
of America will hold an open meeting in the
Gkwthrop building this evening.
Ezekiel H. Rhoads, Esq., lias returned
from a short sojourn In York; Pa., aud re
ports Democratic prospects In the old Key
■tone State as very promising.
Mrs. Emma 8toop and Mrs. Dora Shortiss
1 owef each other for abusive language last
night. Justice Bertolette required the
former to pay costs of prosecution and give
bouds for good behavior, and J ustlce Cole
flned the latter .50 ceuts aud costs.
PERSONAL.
Rev. Cyrus Mendenhall, formerly of Wll
mlujrtou, now pastor of the Chrlstiau church
oi Richfield, Michigan, is on a visit to his
Alpbds in this city and vicinity.
painfully injured
& Brothers sash fac
• W3 Market.
Hut tori ay It Uo.. Photoatrophort, 80S Market «I
attention to the
id
[a
1 »nd. W
" lune«, nt Schoen'«
nr* Hoom, No*, *» »nd
a
y
Whan In n»«d uf»
hli
hi
•took. Mo trouble to «bow
Is.
Medal attention Is paid t
range butines« at Sohoen's,
Shipley «troet ; also repairing: la all I
No. 200 and 21»
At
70
t?
at prices that defy competition.
Have year boater, range or stove repaired be
fore the cold weather seta la. Dropo postal to
OTder'wMt
be attended to promptly.
stove need repelrtng ? Do yoa aged
Do you wish to exchange your
If ao call at Sohoea'a aew
San
ber
atore or rangst
Hoogs, m» and »8
«*'• 1«" » ha*»ln.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
in:—12.Out œ :—lx.lt—1S.S8—l.&i.-- —
>.iT*-*xt—•.lh-flx»—TX-7X»-flX»pOT.
Heater,
he
In
70
Niw Tow — X.00-—2.**— 1 . 80 —7.40— B.N>—
tixa.ni— lff.»ff—t.»»— ».17*—».»••—7.« p.m.
»Ultimo«*- 1.0**—LOT«—4.H*— AM* — «17
10.00 a. m -lias - 1 . 00 — 1 . 00 —A 00 —4.00—S.M—
U.M* p. m.
a, m:
STATIONS—
■L
R*
BAVnuoaa a
t.ot *—«.it 10.00 a. m,—1.00—s.oo p. m.
• Trat» running both dally and Sanday.
[Trains running only on Sundny.
lionne :t at Gray'• Parry for old do
Washington nrenai
Broad and
Castle
• rsrNtff^H
t For Harrington
Wilwi woroa It Nearnnav
aAJLROAD—T.47 a.
On Sunday
Keadlng and St. Pstar—t.10 a. m.
Dsuw
7.04-10.»
a. m?— «.» p. m. Sunday trains 10.» a. m-4.ee
p. m. _
TRAINS ARRIVE AT wilffMiNLFRDNFROM
P»iiLADai>HiA^-llJe—l.te—l.W*—4.4T*—7.44
8.02*—O.ia—0.04—10.10f—11.84—12.84 a. m:— 12A0
—1.07 -UOf -2.40-4.84-4.44— 4.40-4.48-8Ä
—6.48—7.86f—7.44—0.40—10.88—10.48 p. m.
New Y oax;—1.82*—4.47*—8.02f—4.11 a. mj
1E40—1.07—1,61-8.48*—10.18 p. m.
.11*—2.18*-^IR4—0.44-U.I8 a.
—4.11*—6JM-w-7.24—e.4P* •. B>.
*—2.18—11.*8a. m^-ll.S4
r.84— 0.4»* p. m.
144-1.
W ASH I *0TO*—1.41
—1.40—All*— «40*— T
• Both dally and Sunday.
♦ on Sunday only. ,
DEL A WAR! RAILROAD—8.60—10.
—6.06*— «.06 p. m. No Sanday trains.
* From New Castle only.
WlLMXVttTOV a N
ll*a.m;—U.M
RAILROAD—6.26—
8.40—11.84a. m;— «.«Ip.m. On Sunday from
Reading and St Peter at TAO p. m.
DELA WARS WlWTRRR RAILROAD-8.00 a. ■»*
2.14 p. m. Sumter train» S.1U a. m.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILaMINOTON
PHILADBLraiA NRW BROAD STKRRT DBFOT—
A«.»*-4 .i i * Me 1 7.20*—8.UO—8.21—8.86f—10JS
-11.80— 11.» a. 12.2»— 1.82f—1.82— «.16—
4.02- A S4— 4,04- 6.20- 4.46— ft.Oftf — 6.36 —4.80*
-0.80-10.00-IL12* f. m.
(.ui
AND WaIMIJIOTI
-lO.M*. m;—IX—fl.1*—t
aNTLn— ».**—10.
.80-4.14 p. m.
N»w C
00—11.40 a. m.— 4.40—
6.40 n. b. ,
• Dally and Sunday,
f On Suuuay onlr.
«Qrma black Bgnuroe denote the Limited
BnesMiea ftraftwa. .
OUR MAILS
Tiroir A nival atid |S|>eitSrs, Taking
MNt July IM, JSH2.
The Poet Office in this city will be open dally,
except Sunday, from 6.» a. tn. to Up. is.
Private boxes ere accessible until 11 p. in. On
Sundays open from 8.» to 9» a. in. Private
boxes accessible (tom 6 to 8 p. in. The whole
sale stamp window will eloee at 6.» p. m. The
money order office will close at 6.00 p. m.
mails uLoan as Follows ;
Wilmington k Northern Railroad to Heading
Fa., and poiift« on the Baltimore Central south
of Cliadd « Ford, 7.40 a. m.
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.» a. m.
Philadelphia and waym^l, V.U0 a. m
- New York, Pennsylvaulk «nd points
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenberg,
lo.oo a. in.
Philadelphia, New York oily, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey, 1L&0 a. in.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west, 1.30 p. in.
Phlladel
and west.
and
phla, New York and all points east
4.40 p. tn.
Philadelphia and New York eitle«, closed
pouches, u.36 p. m.
Pennsylvania west of I »an oast er. and all
point* west aud southwest W.36 p. ui.
All points north, east, west and south west,
ll.Oo p. in.
All Louisiana Is sent west except New Orleans
which is sent south on through mails.
SOUTH.
Baltimore and way wall, 7.40 a. m.
Washington aud all point* south, 7.40 a. m.
All points on the Peninsula, 8.80 a. in.
Supplementary mall for the Peuinsula, 0.00
a.
Baltimore, Washington and all pointa south,
12.» p. m.
Newport, Stanton, Newark,
Havre de Grace, 12.30 ». in.
Baltimore Gentral, between Port de
Posit, Northeast and Chadd'a Ford.12 Ou p. m.
Baltimore and Bay Une steamers, 4.40 p. tn.
PenlnBUla north of Harrington, Including
Delaware Gityond St. Georges, 6.60 p. m.
Hal timoré, closed pouch, 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Wathlngtau and all points sooth
11.00 p. in.
Elkton and
:
iu
MAILS AKKLVB AID RBADY BOR DKLIVRRT.
6 £7 m Wll "^ou k Northern Railroad,
From New York. Philadelphia, Washington
and all other points, 6.» p. w.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and west, 8.» a. m.
From way mall from Philadelphia, 8.» a. m.
Erom Peninsula and all north of Harrington
9.16 a. in.
From Baltimore and way mall, 0.60 a. m.
From Baltimore, 12.30 p. in.
From Peninsula mall, 12.30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, Now York and points
north and east, 1.3u p. m.
From Baltimore. Washington and points
south, 2.20 p. in. y
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east, 6.40 p. m.
From Bultlmore, Washington and points
south aud southwest, 6.40 p. in.
Carriers deliveries as foBows : 8.80 a. ns ' gen
eral; 10.00 a. m., partial; 1.» p. m., general; 4.00
p. m., partial.
Collections from street boxes are made by the
carriers at 0.30 and 10.00a. m.,1.30 and 4.00 p. m.
An additional collection will be madératT.»
L m. from all boxes between Jetfersen _
mbard and Water and Thirteenth streets
inclusive. On Sunday a hill collection will he
made at 6.00 n in* Local loiters tor carriers'
delivery should be deposited In tho Post Office
ten minutes before the hour of delivery.
W. Y. bWiGGJETY. Postmaster.
DEATHS.
at
II.
the
and
re
the
his
OSMOND.—
axed TA ye*
Relatives and friend« are inviied to attend the
funeral from Ills lace residence, No. 13 Wllion
. et, next Friday afternoon, at 2.80 o'clock
Interuient at Rlverview (e.meuqry.
THOMAS.- 1 « this city, October 9th, 1882, Ma
M. ihoiiias, daughter of Wm. B. and Jane E.
Hyland, In the 29tli year of her age.
tit'!' ri *» rtt, V !S .l i,,,, / rUM ' d « 8 l re r ®»P«et fully • Invi
ted to attend the funeral from the residence of
her parents. No. 80S Walnut street, Thursday
afternoon, at « o'clock. Service* at the houm-.
Interment at Rivervlew Cemetery.
WATSON.—On the morning of the 11th Inst.,
Abigail Watson, widow of the late James M.
the 10th Inst., Jonathan Osmond,
Due notice of the funeral will be given.
■yyiLsoN'o
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
616 KING STREET.
Connected with Telephone Exchang*.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON,
rUNMAI. IHHEOTOB.
2-12-14
T
ond
H
In
caae
aoth
the
In
the
and
than
THIRD EDITION
■a
FOUR TIDAL WAVES
Caused by Earthquake in
South America.
70 UVES REPORTED LOST

aald
»Bvirnuvn lost.
wit:
ft.
C.
Mal «m Uwl «y Cartbquke. la
Panama, Oct. 11.— [By
South America Cable.] An
San Blaa district In tbl» State on the
Atlantic, bri
ber 7th, the
Central and
Indian Ihm the
John
W.
T.
W.
John
i In a report that ou Septem -
y on which the earthquakes
occurred here, there ware four tidal twaWt,
which orerwhelmed or deatored, or badly
damaged six or »even little riilaces
Islands a
and mainland and drowned about
périma.
The /Mario OJUial of the 7th, eUtee that
General Montera, who Is at Arequtpa, has
directed a circular to the diplomatic corna,
netting forth hi. Intention to eoutlnue the
war unleea reasonable term» of peace be
grauted, and protesting In the meantime
against the executive of Chill, la /'atria
In a supplement on the 7th Instant, gl
report of a skirmish at Choices, 30
from Lima, with the Monteneraa, of whom
two officer* and 85 men were killed, and
many wounded. The Montaneros a
wlae reported to have been defeated.
1,
»hall
the
sn
the
and
than
the
aald
70
re like
W r
Jno.
, „ « re». * A.
[Norrlatown, P». t Tlmea.]
Del., b«re applied to the Montgomery Fire
Company of Norriatown for the loan of
their equipment« and hoae carriage, de
a„ ,L„ m . 1 ,^, __^s. <L
airing to um them when participating lB the j a
Bi-Centennlal parade, tlie Fame. It will be
remembered, »Id the Montgomery a visit
last spring. The Delawarean» Uten saw the
equipments on parade and wer* *0 highly
pleased with them that they desire to ex
hibit them at the Bi-Ceatennial demonstra
tion. Their wishes are not likely to be
gratified.
Dont l>ke In U»c Basis.
"Rough ou Rat«,
roaches, bed bugs, flies, ant«, moles, chip
munks, gophers. 15 cent«.
Clears out rate,mice,
TH* cm MARKST*.
A
What We Eat and What We Pay lor U
MB4T* ABO
Mutter, n*r pound..
Egga, wholccal., dot du« .
cffokOBa, rOTOTL perpoaiid
.« X
• .40
.ii
.80
I
Ohleksns,per pair.
Spring chickens, per pair
Spring chickens, per pour
(.ui tokens,per pd. wholesa
Sirloin steaks per pound.
1.40
.76
1.00
M
.IT
18
.18
4
•i.
Rib react per pound....
Uhuck roavt per pound.
■it
4*
.14
. 1 * •
.10
mt_DT DOUnd
JoAmb chops, p«r pound
Lamb roasts, per pound..
Mutton ehops, p«r pound
Mutton rousts, per pound
Veal outlets, per pound.
Veal roasts, par pound..
Hams, wholesale, per pound...
Hams, siloed, per pound.20
Shoulders, wholesale,per pound ,12)f
Shoulders, retail, per pound... .16
Bacon, retail, per pound_
Sausage, smoked, per pound
Halogna sausage, per pound
Hogshead cheese, per pound
Fuddiags, tier pound.
Lard, wholesale per pound.
Lard, relail, per pouud.
.'JU
.10
fi
.16
IS
,2U
.26
.16
.18
.16
.17
.16
,ie
.16
II :
^ I
.16
Uhesae.
. .06 O .1«
rum.
Lobsters, per pound.......
Black fisli, per pound.
Rock fish, per pound.16
Porgles, per pouud..
White Perch, per pouud.
Trout, per pound...
Halibut, per pound.
(Jalfisb, per pound,
kiaok^rel, per piece
... .10
.!!>
I,
10
.16
10
. .12*0 .U
• WH
New potatoes, per barrel.
New potatoes, par hair-iaxrk..
Sweet pototoes, per basket....
Sweat potatoes, per half pock.
Tomatoes, per hair peck.
Tomatoes, pur crate.,........
Cabbage, per barrai ..
Grate onions, per erste .
Grate onious, per half peck.
Radishes, per buuck.....
Btriug beans, per half peck,
Lima been«, per basket.
New beets, per bunch .
Goru, pur basket.
GorU, per dosen .
*4fg plants, per piece.
. 2 .60
MO
.16
I
1
.18
.16
.16
I lâ
1
1.
W. .03
I
M
.4 I
: J
11
.18
axKoiae aid mums
Hanannai, per doaen....
Lemons, )>er doten.
Peaches,per halt iieck...
Peaches, j»er busket.
Walterutelons, per piece
Oranges, per doien.
Grapes, per pound, wholesale . .0*
Grapes,per |H>und, retail
Plums, per quart.
S
M
.30
.14
Jft
. 1
1.26
.30
ou
M
.00
.16
Os
Local quoutttoDi.
Gorrxutbd Daily by Tub William Lma h
Bobs Company, Krandywink Mill»—
Wheat Flour.
... wholesale, retell,
Wm. Lea A Son's 'Best' Koller Patent
07 00
PL*UR PRR BAR'L.
«7 60
Glifton F.F.F Extra
Poutexat F. do. Family do
Kirkwood Roller Ground
Gccldental
Bnperfine
Best middlings,
Beet ship stuB,
Ruffins,
Cutllns,
«torn shorts,
Bran,
do
6 86
M
« 60
7 00
e ift
6 76
do 6 60
do 4 34
6
«Hi
par 100 lb«.
par ton.
m.
m.
4.00
the
m.
he
I
1W
IV
eal, fine yellow, 36.40
Corn meal, white.
Corn meal, ooarse,
Screenings,
34.60
I 1
216

HP
0RA1H.
Prime yellow corn,
Prime long-berry wheat.
ÏÎ8
11
Philadelphia mar Meta.
Philadelphia, Oct. 11.—Flour
superfine, 03&3.25 ; extra, $3.60a4.00
vanla family. $4.7&a6.ou.
Rye flour, 04.26a4.37.
Wheat firm ; Delaware and Pennsylvania
red, 0l.08al.ov ; Lougberry red and amber,
81.16ul.17.
Gorn, scarce and higher for looal use ;
steamer, 7tt ; yellow, 80 ; mixed, 7Va80: No. 8
mixed, 7V. ,
Oats strong with fair demand: No. 1 white.
Rye, steady; 70.
Provlaions firm wIth«;ood jobbing trade.
Lard, firm.
Butter, choice, active ; general trade fair •
Penna. creamery, extra, 33u34 : western
de., 38a34 ; Bradford county extra, 2Po30 ; N Y
extra, 27a28.
Eggs, freirh receipts firm ; Pennsylvania 28 ;
Western, 20u27.
Gheese, firm and fklrly active.
Petroleum steady ; refined, 8.
Whisky. 01.22.
. firm,
rennsyl
the
Ma
E.
of
M.
ECK WEAR.
Bew York novelties in spring and summer
Nock wear for men. l'BlCKg
always
Correct.
SHIRTS !
Our One Dollar Kb
celleuce unequalled
has a reputation for
In tblsclty.
MEN'S FURNI8H1NG GOODS.'
A full line oj everything belonging u», ,*»*
species.
WM. B. COLE.
202 MARKET STREET
PEIRCE & COOK
1
Real Estate and Stock Brokers,
». E. COR. SEVENTH AND SHIPLEY STS.
J. Jackson Phihcz.
Edo ar H. Cook.
iep28-i-i4
T 1
Suit«
TOO XUTBTO CXAMAfT.
T OST.-ABOUTIlOfl THIS A. U. (
lJllj LADY'S Hold Hrm« ht, on Market«
ond atreejL between the Clayton Houie and
xranc*.-l, JOSEPH ETokCKL^
H OWNER of Ute within me ntioned promt«».
In com|RUnce with an act of Aaaeroblv In alich
caae made and provided, do hereby give notice
■■Mb
aoth day of November neat, A. D., I«, o*dnf
the trat day of said court, for a license to keep an
In or tavern,, at No«, »and X» „King atreetT In
the Second ward of the city of R tlmlnirton. Ml.,
and to call Intox tooting llqeora. In leaa quanti Sea
than one quart to be drunk en the premise«, and
following respectable cltlsena, realdeuU of
nd the aald application, to
Frank 1L 8. Pavla,
THE

aald ward, reeom
wit:
ft. M. Kirby,
C. R. (11 Ini oar.
sirs.-« *
ah
H. Qulna,
Plunkett,
William
Patrick
Bernard Row,
Samuel C. Ree«i,
f . P. Frcya,
red Klcnle,
< harlca Werll,
George W. Gray,
N. B. Morrison,
tl»e
lern
>.
D.
M.
John T. Hush.
W. Hammond,
T. B. Hrlauii,
Henrp Khnkle,
Robert Kenvon.H
Charles E. Sparks,
Richard Booth. ■
W. R. Bow man.I
John I . Hrl
n, John W. Butler,
I. ' joskph Smîfâi i.k.
V01TCK.—I,TH08.1). GIBSON,OWNER
1, of the within mentioned premia.., In
compliance with an Art of Auemhly ln »uch
made nnd provided, do hereby „Ive notice th
»hall apply la wrhtn« to the honorable.
Judrc. or the Court or Oeneral Scion, of
mosmsm ' '
the drat dsy of said court, for s Hernie
sn Inn or tev«rn«| No. f W«st Fourth struct. In
the First Ward of «trie It \ of WH&Ington, im|.,
and to sell Intoxicating liquor# In less quantities
than one quart, to bw «trunk on the p remises, a
the following nsMiabls cltliena, residents
aald ward, recommend the aald application, to
«
R
k«'h
»11.1
was
thla
3.30
(1iU. A. Win alow,
Mtyjr Meyera,
W r . W. Anthony, HilllpG. Plunkett,
Jno. K. Urahaiu. Haiiltl Melarkcy.
A. A. Cliaimiau, James L. Dlcktaaon,
c# 8* w <fon, ^ .i..hn Warner,
ft«nurd Kleina, James Hmlih.
A.WaMm « {'•
{ÿÇÂSS w y*" ^ i W JT**L
Iknisl McCuaker, John Mulroooey,
j a , ue a McKenna, Henry Ward,
Andrew Wilhelm, Hobt. Moi row.
«ctn-xu-i» thou. l>. uibhon.
Anton Haulier,
Andrew NIwlerinsler,
mill,
time
•ulU
I>J t* iUHUt A.
Mpeetel ltergal
>11.
BEE HIVE
Special bargains
for
FOR A FEW DAYS !
NOTE SOME OF THE FOLLOWING
Our spflM'lal bargain In MUSLIM. Forestwlslu
A Hill, Srente a yard: Appluton, A, M rente s
yard; one* lot Best Print« made purfret goods st ft
cents.
Our 84-Inch Wool Filled CAH1IMKRF. ln II
teeafaÿ British Duper HALF HOHE,
regular math: at IS cents a pair, regular price, 25
cent«, quantity limited.
Colored bordered SO-inch TABLE LINEN *7 H
rents a yard. Usually sold at 50 cents.
NAPKINB to match at »1.1», cheap at »1.80.
r, 'Yn '&£! P l'ty hftrKA>l>N ev|JT P ,art *d on the
dlct
The
for
Our Stock of Fall and Winter
DRESS GOODS!
SILKS, VELVETS, PU SHES. VEI.VET
nd CLOTH SUITINGS la
c «nd contain* many choice
NOVELTIES.
Everybody knoWs our prices
are right.
EEN8 a
I DO
MO
8ome of the above prices are only for g
few days.
) ~
R. L. RUSSELL.
306 Market Street.
uivl-6«-inwf
Drdaa Goods, •«., at Sharps.
Ni
yyiLLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sta.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PRICE*.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Direct from the Importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
Tue largest stock wy have ever offered.
—Aiio » ran ttueof— j.
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
Prom 36 cent« to |2.00 per yard.
1
WM. B. SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
h
Fancy Hosiery and Unüerwrear.
60
>
M
J^EW GOODS 1
00
76
S. H. STAATS,
No. 405 Market Street,
1
IS OPENING ALMOST DAILY
ew and beautiful deatgns
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
In
;
8
,

;
FANCY HOSIERY
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
Also opening a large and WELL
SELECTED STOCK OK
Ladles',
Gcntlemeu'o and Children's
Merino Underwear
!
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES
Jot
== _^
QREAT HUSH
OYSTERS!
J. T GARDNER. >
i/OH. HKVKNTH ANUflHII'L
li«« adilutl mon; help to hlAUWInf-ii., «ml 1«
»I>1<' TO aiiunly „II |„tmu «rtSlOYH+KK«
»HI TOillnr ov.UT. TO «II
JjRQSRMER & SCHEU, ■■ x .,
EY HTH.
,*»*
Fresco, House & Sign Painters,
NO. 210 E. FOURTH STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
dworatoTln !n',"V , .'* r ' or, „r , ! d v <'«'H'»lf«
. ,n Water or Distemper Odors
datlsf actlon guaranteed on ail work. M;p7-Us. lui
JJEFFNEH'8
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon.
—Basement of—
885, MARKET STREET. , .
Meals served from 7 a.
. to 12 night.
*ep28-3m-i4
FÖDRTB Kt>IT >i'N
T 1 IKW.U. T. lllHKtTOBS.
Suit« Agabrat a Philadelphia
Mill Owner.
" LI
THE HERDER'S PASSENGERS
«M«M raw*.
DMihu ot Dir nun.
N*w To«*, Oct. U.— At ■ iMte
tl»e Wrateru U«tou Telegraph ComrauiJ h
lern to-d»y, ât which over 050,000 ahnre»
rated upon, tiw following Board of
iraväbMö d m CÄ
VaaHonw, Aucuffine Schell, Hart«
Durkee, J»jr Ooold, Ru»eell Sage. Alon
>. Cornell, Sidney billon, Cyri» Field. JoL
Pender, M. P. Henry Weaver, Percy R. Plae,
Robert Lenox Kennedy, Hugh J, Jewett, J.
a, rrrdenc* Lame», Edwin
D. Wôrceeter,'Wlillnm D. Blebop, C. JP.
Huntington, George B. Roberta, Z»lmou O.
Slmmone, Samuel Sloan, Eraatua Wlmau,
Amas» Stone, George J. Gould, Chnuncy
M. Depew, Janice W. Clendenln, George F.
Baker.
of
eld
■o
A halt A gal am u Mill Owaor.
Philadelphia, Oct. 11.—One of the
many suite for damages against Joseph
Harvhy, the owner of the Randolph MIRe,
was commenced before Judge Mitchell this
morning. The suit was brought by Anna
Moeller, who stggLby her father aud next
Emit was badly hurt by
■tow during a Are at the
ftrorktng. At the same
Wives were sacrificed and
I badly hurt. Many other
Qrtai^ pending.
Ar«., Off for Boston.
Fall Rivbh, Ma*»., Oct. 11.—President
Arthur asrly«|l here on eteteAniboet at 5.15
thla morning. He was received by the
Governor"! staff and a detail of cadeta.
Breakfast wsa serwril ' on ■ the boat, and at
3.30 the patty left hv tèalu lor Boston.
friend. The
Jumping
mill, wh
time about a
other periKMN
•ulU agalnAt
from I
era she
The H
8t. John, JJ. F^ fat. 11.—The Neptune
Iasi nkrhi with passengers.
of the 111 fated
were well cared
f's
st St. Johns.
arrived here
mall, b
Herder,
for by the Gerhiad (
e
s
ft
II
25
H
A
inaook.
Concobd, Ni it, Öcf. U.—Tlie Metho
dlct Church end acvCral SVclllug hmuee at
SuneiMik were dcMroycd hr fire lut night
The lou I» heavy, hut the amount la not yet
known.
Newmarket Races.
London, Oct. 11.— The two-year old race
for the Bedford stakee, at New market to-day,
waa won by Lorlllard's Ally, Touch-me-not.
VAMl-MTU A.Vlt On VlOTÜM.
w.
M. KENNARD A CO.'S
W. M. Kennard & Co.'s
W. M. Kennard & Co.'s
W. M. Kennard & Co.'s
g
Carpet Department
Carpet Department
Carpet Department
Carpet Department
Now Ready.
Now Ready.
Now Ready.
Now Ready. •
Full Lines Of
Full lines Of
Full lines Of
Full Lines Of
n
t
Body Brussel^
Body Brussels,
Body Brussels,
Body Brussels,
i
Tajtestry Brussels,
Tapestry Brussels,
Ta]»estry Brussels,
Tapestry Brussels,
Ingrains, Rag and Hemp.
Ingrains, Rag and Hempà
Ingrains, Rag and Hemp,^
Ingrains, Rag and Hemp,
Vi
ti \
Entry und Stab
Erttiry and Stail«, 1
Eqtry und Stairs,
A
1 )rugget8 and Hassocks,
Druggets and Hassocks,
Druggets and 'Hassocks,
druggets and Hassocks,
Linoleums and Oil Cloths.
lÂnoleunv? and Oil Cloths,
liinoleums and Oil Cloths.
Linoleums and Oil Cloths.
Stock Large. !
Styles the Newest !
Prices the Lowest !
W. M. Kennard & Co.,
621 Market Street.
«II
HTH.
sept2l-uiwf-tf-143
IJ'EA I TEA I TEA I
O.ie Hundred Chests of
TE AH Just received, among them
60 and 00c.
choice
crop
. rjustly famous
« TIi«otjmOT «raatletirice br»»d. .nd
teas ,e * tr "' by IOÏ "'' or x oud
Weare «la» conauntly receiving ne« lnvolee.
of COPEEKS. Cl,Mo, J.y^ K MnehA wl
" d *OLé*R>« c 0 ee«. aw a.\ £
Si ou * •*'><*« »ra.« I«., Cffe», us,
Which is unequalled anywhere,
roosted under our, own personal
1'ureHplces a specialty.
lui
Our (Joftuet are
•upervisiok.
ORIPPEN'S
—T*A STORE—
No. 5, E. SecOndSt., Wil., Del.
.
Jf
Ju»t the Latest Styles
ow in the market
^~^f Ready Made Clothing
N
W ill be found at Market &
Fourth.* » .
l ^ecidedly the Largest Stock
J n the city to select from.
Jpvery Department is filled
jyior your inspection and
E ach suit is guaranteed
perfect.
~\Tobby Patterns for Boys
IN and Men.
oing our best for the
smaller children.
O f this Department we need
but say
R ich are the styles we offer
to-day
or a Custom *Suit to fit like
a glove.
D oi
F
&
a stock unsurpassed, 2d
floor above
0
ut, trimmed and made
stylish and neat,
O f fashion, the finest found
on our street.
4 TH-with let
stock to view,
this
us go,
1
&
make our selection from
something new;
M ove with the crowd, and
leave your meaaure,
A nd get a suit that gives
you pleasure,
T)emerabering "merit de
-LV mands recognition,"
K lett, the cutter, first in the
profession,
!
E
very garment must suit,
your fevor to win,
T his the reason we expect
you again;
s
o give us a call, we boast
not in vain,
T he Leaders of Styles ini
Wümington.
IFTH EDITI
MAJOl
Carry 0
A ROUSING
The Democrats
35,000.
CONGRESS
fifteen
I 1
«MUO DOSS NOULV.
n -uo e raUe M34|000 _
®«a»ty Baturna-aciaimof
lie
_ —
OBIO, Oct. ll.-Sev,
Jjad and aUty-threa precinct.
Democratic majority In the Stats of
HAMILTON COUNTT HtTDXv,
Cincinnati, Oct., ll.-Comt,,«.
from Hamilton wmi
the foHowlug D*imvratlc mijorui«
man, ShereUry uf State, io.&yy
Judge of Supreme Court, tsof.'l
Eu lillc Woilca, «, 7 !d n.
111 ; Dalton, Clerk,
&^rä ft| Pro TÄ,
enstefn, Recorder, ï.rèl •'
Ooouty Commlaeloner, 8,177 • ' r.
County Solicitor,d ),555 i_Eo B | e ' r .
C ; 0 S | tro | , 8 ,.VItl ; Applegate, Inflrn
881 : Follett, Congre«« v
triut,S 88 ; Jordan, Copgre**, L
Irict, 1,703. The lUpabllcu* cl
election of Bereaford for Sheriff.
rirruBN coxGKt»»*«».
Cincinnati, O., Oct., ll.-Tbe 1
(Dem.) clatma 15 Congnumeti I
but Tentures no estimate as to mi
It declares Foster to he political]
and the result of the electloa net
Inaura a Democratic Prealdentlal d
HIPl'BUCANH CONCIDE IVtatTi
Colcmbli, Ouio, Oct. il _Ad
election returns aye eomlny In <l
the Republican* are getting no mom
and conceding everything but a fa
greeamau.
Tlie estimate« tlila morning putts
ocrattc majority iu the S'aleu aj
make the Cougreaidonal delegattoa
15 Democrats to elx Rrpublleani. ]
A cold DAT.
The elrctloo of McKinley In U>
teeuth district, end of Boblnmn
Ninth, are In great doubt and the
caua must carry both h> get tlx 0
men.
Board of
ARTHUR IN DOSTUM.
Tks City Making a Rig Fuss 0
Präsident.
Boston , Oct. 11.—NotwlUutas
threatening weather the public set»
been dismissed, business has been
suspended and Boston has __
aspect In honor of the President.]
crowds arc massed along the lind
procession.
THE BLOODY KKKMHMi
Committed to Jall-Oo# of His 1
a Dangorou* Condition.
New Tomb, Oct. It.—Erwat Du
who yeaterday ran amuck in Fi
•tract »nd »tabbed a number of wo
»resigned tCMUy. Mr«. Hlnlej, 01
victime, t» In » dangerous condll
crexy Frenchman w»« committed
the recuit of her Injurie«.
PBILADBLrMA, Oct. 11. — LtX*t*J
Mil, » domestic aervxnt, »ged 11 J«
wa* frightfully burned ye»lerdmj «fl
by her diese Utting Arc from tbej
range, died »t the liu«pit»l thl» -
IST AKT MTÂJUM.
fpHOB. FAGAN A C0.,
LIVERY STAE
No«. 204-206 Orange
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Funerals attended with Hearn
All kinds of teams to hire.
WEDDINGS FURNWHEDj
T. STROUD,
E.
Livery, Boarding
Stables,
NOS. 10», 111 A 113 WEST STB1
W1MUBOTOK. DXIXV*" 1 '
We l»T. rafIMd oar *
ew stuck «fHarnes» and CsrriMW'_
And brothik,
A UAM *
No. 604 Market St
—CHEAP
Cash Variety ^
FIRE WORKS,
W * , %ÄY
BOOTS, SHOES & RUBf
CMOC'KKKY, TIN.
ULA u 8 »u A n"?.Mr
BABY CABBIAGBS In the St
— «OLB AOB* -- ç
-HARPER'S BAZAR
BASE BALLS * BA 1 »
t-ia-lffiMh*
^ÿlLIUNÛTON
SEALING WAX
COLOB WORM
for fruit jj
-ItB- J
FOR TH®
SOLUABLE BLUE
BRADFORD'S PAINT S'
and 8 E. Third
-AT
Nos. 6
fJ'URNlF SEED.
Oood itock
Spinach and Hale f
KVEBVTHING IN THE ®.
J. J. SMITH
fourth an» snirur

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