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SECOND EDITION
lUp.
ABOUT EGYPT'S ARMY
A Plan for Thorough Reor
• * ganization.

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A LARGE FIRE IN NEW YORK
TB K EGYPTIAN ARBAV.
Caiao, Oct. 30 - Bekdr Pasha ha» sub
mitted a report on the tabled of reorganiz
ing the Egyptian army. Be says the Egyp
tian officer, and troop, are to compromised
by their loyalty to Arabl, and are so strongly
Imbued with the desire to establish a native
party In Egypt that do dependence can be
placed In them ; that the reorganization of
the arm; comprised of such material would
be Impossible.
He recommends that the body of the
troops be raised from among those who did
not serve ander Arabl during the late
war, and from the Egyptians whose loyalty
Is undoubted ; that the commanding officers
be composed of Bosnians, Albanians and
Bulgarians ; that officers be half British and
half loyal Egyptians ; that each Infantry
battalion have a British colonel, lieutenant
colonels and the remainder of the officers
Egyptians ; that staff officers be half
English and half Egyptians.
sale
Pa
of
and
and
and
Special Traîne.
For the convenience ol visitors to the Bi
centennial at Philadelphia the following
r al trains will be run on the mwrntng
24th : Leaving Wilmington at 5.1
Brandywine, 5.85; Edge Moor, 5.38; Bell
vue, 5.44; Clayraont, 5.50; Llnwood, 5.56;
Thurlow, 6.02; Lambkin, 6.07; Chester,6.11,
arriviug at Philadelphia at 6.41, and on the
morning of the 24th, 25th, 26th aud 27th a
special train, which will start from Havre
de Grace at 6.40, stopping at Charlestown,
North Eaat, Elkton, Newark and Newport,
leaving Wilmington at 8 o'clock, Chester at
8.24, arriving*at Philadelphia at 8.53 a. m.
Also a special train on the same dates re
turning leaving Philadelphia at 10 o'clock
p. m., making no stops between Philadel
phia aud Wilmington, but stopping at Wil
mington and ail other points named above.
Passengers for the other stations named can
return by regular local trains.
rled Last Evening.
Mbs Lulu E. Brown, daughter of Dr. R.
J. Brown, was married last eveniug to
Samuel H. Jonhs also of this city. The
ceremony took place at the residence of the
bride's father, 508 King street, lu tfte pres
ence of a large number of friends and rela
tives. Kev. K. B. Cook, D. D., officiated.
Frederick A. Mousley, of this city, was
married last eveniug in Philadelphia to Miss
Cook of Edge Moor.
O]
80
a.
0
p.
Knights Templar Aunlvernary.
St. Paul's Cointnandry No. 30, Knight*
Templar, (colored) celebrated its fifth an
niversary last, evening
drill, concert, hop and
w ith a parade and a
supper at Institute
Hall. The Oxford Cornet Band furnished
the music. A number of visitors were
present.
A Mlg Fire.
New York, Oct. 20. — Tltc four story
furniture warehouse, No. 701 Third avenue,
was destroyed by fire this morning. Loss,
$40,000 to stock, $8,000 to building. Insur
ance on stock, $30,000.
Th« Ill-Ceatenniwl Fleet.
Philadelphia, Oct. 20.—United States
war vessels Tenuensee, Alliance, Euterprise,
and Yantlc arrived here this morning aud
they will participate in the Bi-Centenuial
ceremonies.
The President*» Movements.
Wahhington, Oct. 20.—President Arthur
has not yet come in from the Soldiers' Home,
where he went immediately upon his arrival
from New York last night. He is expected
to hold a Cabinet meeting to-day.
A Fine Concert To-Morrow Night.
The Ringgold Band will give oue of their
excellent conoerts iu the Opera House to
morrow eveniug and John M. Stephen a
number of headings.
Look
at our $2, $2.50, $3.50, $3.75 and $4.50
blankets ; extraordinary value. Crosby A :
Hill, Noe. 220 and 222 Market street.
LOCAL LACONIC».
President Arthur passd through this city
last eve&iug ou his way to Washington.
In a few days the new fire alarm boxes
will be' placed on the poles now being
erected to receive them.
Yesterday momiug Michael Sullivan, fire
man on the steamer City of St. Lawrence,
tied up at the Harlan & Hollingsworth
wearf, died of tetanic convulsions. He had
returned from the Pennsylvania Hospital on
Saturday last, where he had been treated for
malaria fever.
Crosby & Hill's
I« tha place, to buy underwear, hosiery,
glove«, blankets, flannels, dress goods and
silks. Largest stock and lowest prices.
CITY ITEMS
A hill line of heaters, range« and utov
Schoen's, 200 to 213 Shipley street.
Chas. H. Vary, Phila. Messenger, 603 Market.
»uttorloy k. Co., Photographers, 302 Market at
Famous Ringgold Band In concert October
»ecure tickets early. Popular prices 26, 36 u
60 cents.
Before purchasing don't fail to call and
the "Magic and Royal" Range«. 1
Heater, Range and Stove House,
Shipley street.
We would call especial attention to the
•Royal" and "Magic" Ranges at Schoen'«
Heater, Range and Stove House, No«. 209 and
213 Shipley street.
Does your stove need repairing ? Do you need
a new one? Do you wl«h to exchange your
stove joy range? If so call at Schoen's new
Heater, Range and Stove House, 209 and 213
Shipley street, and he will give you a hagain.
81 0 trouble to show goods.
' ' ' THE KA1LKUA02.
at
Schoen'«
209 to 213
▲ Local Time Table With the Latest
Correction«.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
PHkLA.— 2.U0*— 2.23* — 0.30—6.56 7.00Η 7.69
—8.10f—8.16—9.00J— 9.39t —9.681—19.30—11.63 a.
m;—12.oof m:—12.16— 12.3»— 1.63—^ 2.30Η 4 . 00 —
6.17*—6.80f—0.10—6.38*—7.20—7.30*—9.66*pm —
N«w York — 2.00*—2.23*—6.30—7.60—9.60—
11.68 a. m— 1*.»»— 1.60-6.17*— 6.38»— 7.26 p.ui.
BaLTIMORK— 1.06»— 1.42*—4.61*— 8.06* — 9.17
10.00 a_. m.—12.26—1.00—1.09—6.00—6.00—6.67—
11.04* p. m.
WA8HIHOTOK— 1.42*—4.61*—8.06—9.17 a. m;
—1 00—1.09—6.67—11.04* p. m.
BaLTIMOR* AKD IMTKRMBDIATV RTATlOHft—
1.06*—9.17 10.00 a. m;—1.00—6,00 p. m.
* Train« running both dally and Sunday,
tTrain« running only on Sunday.
J Connect at Gray'» Ferry for old depot,
Broad and Washington avenue.
Dbiawam Railboai>— 0.00*—9.10 a. m;—1.06
—8.00*—0.26t p. m. No Sunday train».
* For New Castle only
t For Harrington and intermediate stations
Wilmikotow A Northern rajlroad— 7.47 a.
m 1 —1. 06 — 6 . 00 —6.30 p. m. Cn Sunday for
Reading and St. Peter—8.10 a. m.
Bilawari Wbbtbrn Railroad— 7.06—10.30
a. m;—6.30 p. m. Sunday trains 10.80a. m—6.00
p. m.
TRAINS AUKIVEAT WltoJtlNOTONrKOM
PlULZ DELPHI A—12.60—1.00—1 .82»— 4.47*—7.44
».02*— 0.12—8.06—lO.lOf—11.36—12.86 z. m:—12.60
— » .02 —2.80f —2.60— 4.36— 4.66— 6.40—6,68—A*
—»•4Z—7.86f—T.66—0.60—10.36—10.68 p. m.
NEW YOZK— 1.82»— 4.47*—8.02t—0.12 z. m:—
12.60—1.07—4.64—6.48*— 16.6« p. m.
Bzztimozb— 1.61*—2.18*—0.34—0.64—11.48 z.
Ms—10.30—1.60—6.11*—6.30*—7.24—S.49* D. tn.
Wjtzmzoroz—1.61*—2.13—UA8Z. m:—13.30
—1.60—4.11*—4.30*—7.24—V.40* p. m.
* Both dally and Sunday,
t On Sunday only.
DBLO.WAU RAILROAD—8.50—10.15* ».m;— 12.0»
— 6 . 06 *—0.06 p. m. No Sunday train«.
* From New Castle only.
W tun ROTOR fc Northrrn railroad—6.26—
* oœ
Railroad— S. 00 a. m;—
traîna 9.10 a. m.;—9.40 p. lit
tsar
MUVinWHT
lUp. m. Sunday
TRAINS LUTt TO*
ÆSSOiaWSS
—n.M—u.to ». ia,»a—
4.02-4.26— AO»— 4.»— ».»A- *.0»t— *.M—*.M*
5»!
— »ja— io.oo— U.M» p. m.
u
BaoiD aud WAuauraton atuuttu— «.»>—*.00
l.up. B.
• Dully und Sundpy.
t On Sonauy only.
OUI MAILS
Xkeàr Arrivai and Dapartniw, Taking
KflUet July lut, IMS.
The Port Offlo. in thl. city wlU be open dally,
axoept Sunday, from e.w a m. to • p. m.
Private hone are aoeeoo l ble until 11 p. m On
m. Private
(4
Sundays open from 8.80 to 9 80
boxet accessible from 6 to $ p. m. Thu whole
sale stamp window will olouu fit 6.80 p. m. Hit
money order office will cloee at 6.00 p. m.
MAILS CLOUS Aft rOLLOWS :
Wilmington fc Northern Railroad to Reading
Pa and pointe on the Baltimore Central tooth
of Chadd r t Ford, 7.40 a. m.
Philadelphia oloeed pouch, 8.89 a. m.
Philadelphia and waymstl, 9.00 a. m.
New York, Pennsylvania and pointa eaat aad
west, 9. a. m.
Delaware Wettern Railroad to Landenberg,
10.00 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey, 11.60 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all pointa east
and west, 1.80 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all points eaat
and west, 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York oltlaa, oloaad
pouch M, 2.36 p. m.
Pehniylv.nl. weft of Lenoafter, and all
pointe we.t and eouthwajt ».86 p. m.
All pointa north, aaat, weft and fouthwaat,
11.00 p. m.
All Xoulalana if sent west except Naw Orlean.
which 1. lent aouth
a
at
R.
through malls.
SODTE.
Baltimore and way mail, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. m.
All points op the Peninsula, 8.80 a. m.
Supplementary mall for the Peninsula, 9.00
a. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south.
12.30 p. m.
Newport, Stanton. Newark, Elkton and
Havre de tlrace, 12.30 p. m.
Points on Baltimore Central, between Porc de
Posit, Northeast and Chadd's Ford.12 8o p. m.
Baltlmoraand Bay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harrington, tnolnding
Delaware City aud St. Georges, 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, closed gouoh, 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
11.00 p. m.
MAILS AMRIVK AND RKADT NOR DELIVERY.
From Wilmington A Northern Railroad,
0 80 p. m.
From New York. Philadelphia, Washington
and all other points, 6.80 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and west, 8.3u a. m.
way mall from Philadelphia, 8.30 a. m.
Erom Peninsula and all north of Harrington
0.16 a. m.
From Baltimore and way mall, tf.60 a. m.
From Baltimore, 12.30 p. m.
From Peninsula mall, 12.80 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east. 1.80 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington aud points
south, 2.'A> p. in.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2 . 2 U p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York aud points
north and east, 6.40 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south and southwest. 6.40 p. in.
Carriers deliveries as follows : 0.30 a. m.. gen
eral; 10.00 a. in., partial; 1.30 p. m., general; 4.uo
p. in., partial.
Collections from stroet boxes
earriers at 6.30 aud 10.00a. m..l.3c and 4.00 p. in.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
L m. from all boxes between Jefferson and
mbard and Water and Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. On Sunday a rail ooilection will be
Local letters lor carriers'
a
made by the
made at 6.0U n.
delivery should be deposited tn tho Pont Office
teu minute« before the hour ol delivery.
W. Y. »WUM6UTT. PoBtmaater.
MARRIAGE».
to
a
H ALDKN—GKIEK.—On the
ln*t.. by Rev. F. H. DuVal.
riau'a House Martin HaMrn
Cirler, both or Keut county.
SCHLICK— BARLOW.—On Wednesday evening
the l»th In»!., hyphe Kev. Adam Stench' at h/S
MadUoit »trccL llarry Hehllce and Kbtclla Har
low, both of this city.
en I il g of the 10th
it First Prcabyte
d Jennie K.
W
ILSON'o
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
616 KING STREET.
A :
city
boxes
being
fire
had
on
for
Connected with Telephone Exchange.
Call - -
UPKN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON,
Kunkkal Diukctor.
2-12-14
rKRSONAL.
J^OTIUE.
2D EDITION NOW' READY.
THE Pt IC K ET MAN U AL.
"A Pocket f Cyclopedia, " W
' Ready Reference. Book
•er 2U.0U0 Synonymous Word«; For
elgn Word« and Phrase«, alone worth price ol
the whole t>ook; Church Calendar; Great A»«ein
bly Room«; Titles uaed In United states; Abbre
viation»; Rules for I'unctuatlon; Etiquette for
all occasions; Woman'« Chance.« of Marriage
from carefully-compiled statistics; Interest, Dis
tance., Area and Population Tables;Life maxims;
Parliamentary Charts; Business Laws, Rules,
. ; Perpetual Calendar; Domestic and Foreign
Postal Rates; Stamp Duties, Laws, et«\ ; How to
Read Human Nature* Cost of the War; Legal
Holidays; Language of Flower«, etc., etc., "Th(
very essence of a large library, '' 50c., morocco;
DpcVetbook style, $ 1 . 00 , mailed. AGKNTk
WANTED.
F. C. RIFFEL A <30., Publisher«.
831 Arch Street, I'hlladelplita,
1
and
6 , 20 -tr
Market.
at
u
the
and
need
your
new
213
hagain.
at
J£EFFNER'S
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
B;ir>einent of
213
235 MARKET STREET.
Meals
ved fro
. to 12 night.
•>ep28-3m-l4
PEIRCE & COOK
Real Estate and Stock Brokers,
». E. COR. SEVENTH A NO SUlri.EY STS.
J. Jackson Pkihck.
Kduar If. cook.
*ep2H-i-i4
Latest
7.69
a.
. 00 —

p.ui.
9.17
m;
IJROSSMF.R Al SCHEU,
Fresco, House & Sign Painters,
NO. 210 E. FOURTH STREET,
WII.M1NUTON, DEL.
Clin rohe». Hall«, Parlors and Vestibule»
decorated In Oil, Water or Dlnteroper Color«,
rial ist action guaranteed on all work.
^yiLMINGTON COLOR WORKS.
SEALING WAX FOR FRUIT JARS
-AND—
SOLUABLE BLUE FOR THE LAUNDRY
•p7-tt». lm
depot,
m;—1.06
stations
7.47 a.
for
m—6.00
—AT—
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. 6 and 8 E. Third St
m:—12.60
m:—
z.
D. tn.
pRANKLIN
TYPE FOUNDRY
168 \ r ine Street, Cincmnati,
Ohio.
12.0»
. ALLISON A SMITH.
V11-3614
»PWBAT BTAM
gUBSCRIBE IOV
THE SUNDAY STAR
»1
u
ADVERTISE IN
THE SUNDAY STAR,
■n
(4
-THl
Only Sunday N iwspapek
WILMINGTON.
All the Local
-AND
Telegraphic News!
Strictly Non-Partisan.
SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES A8
ADV RRTI8INQ MEDIUM.
AN
h/S
K.
"THE STAR
7?
Is served to subscribers roughout the city
early ou Sunday morning* at the
moderate price of
AL.
For
ol
for
Dis
to
Legal
"Th(
WTKLVK CENT» A MONTH,PAYABLE
AT THE END OF THE MONTH.
»INGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS
cook.
Color«,
AI>DKE»b
J. B. BELL
lm
>TO. 502 KI N C J ST
r JTIA
! TEA ! TEA !
One Hundred Ch««t« of
TEA9Ju«t received,
d 60c. These goods are all choice brand» and
chop and deaorve a trial by all lover« of good
•rv choice new crop
ong them ourjustly famou«
60
TEAS.
We
of CUFFE*
Laguayi a
18 , 20 , 22 and
natantly receiving
Choice
new Invoice»
Mocha, Rio,
Java,
d Maracaibo Coffee«, t Jo flee, 12 , |&,
choice Break faut 4'affec at 25c.
Which 1» uuequalled anywhere. Our Toffee«
roasted under
Pure ttplces a specialty.
personal supervision.
ciiir»F*ÈN's
—TEA STORE—
No. 5, E. Second St., Wil., Del.
THIRD EDITION
11
lu
that
Judges
rëaoe
in and
10th
the
and
than
the
said
wit
AFIGHTON AHIGH WALL
Two Hod-Carriers Fall 50 Feet
and axe Killed.
th<
Ion
THE TILSONBURY SCANDAL
hlllp
ohn
A BORRIMLK ATT AIR.
u
a Wall Vail Silty
Two Mi
J.ne.
Fer.u.
Hew
Feat aad sea Killed.
L.wiwton, II*., Oct. 30.—Matthew
Connor and Patrick O'Counell, hod carrier»,
Into a fight on the wall of a new bulld
at Auburn, where they were working
thle morning. They dosed In conflict on
(he edge of the third rtory wall. Then they
tort their balance end fell duped In each
othare embrace, fifty leet to the ground,
being lnatantly killed,
famille.
N
»late
make
aware
Its
ol
Both leave large
MB,
sell
A Utopian Preset CoII*|mmm.
Cbicaoo, Oct. B0.—The great East Chi
cago scheme, which content plated the build
log of an Immense harbor on Wolf lake, the
construction of a belt line around the city,
and a number of other enterprises of a
"Colonel Sellers" order, has collapsed. 'Hie
elegant offices of the New York capitalists,
who were conducting the scheme have been
closed. It to said that they sunk half a mil
lion dollars before they wen» convinced of
impracticability of the undertaking.
loratlu
No;.
the
»ad
I.
R.
U-wU
John
8.
K.
W.
Joseph
J.
Jacob
L.
.
the
Justifying a Libel.
Detroit, Oct. 20.—The Kilning ifevi, In
an answer filed to-day in the suit brought
bv Professor Donald MacLeau of Michigan
L'nlversitv, for publication of theTilsouburg
•caudal charging him with seduction aud
breaking up a famll
-ax

•tou»
of
on
.,
term
at
In
Uay
ware,
u
y, pleads justification,
and asserts the truth of its chargea.
fiavs Money
bv buving your dnr goods at Crosby A Hill'»,
Nos. 220 and 222 Market street. They are
oflerlug splendid bargkiu* at present.
men's white undershirts, slightly Imperfect,
for 25 cents, worth 50 cent». Crosby A Hill,
Nos. 220 aud 222 Market street.
J.
John
John
11
76,
In
of
A.
TkftA LTTV MARKET».
What We Eat aad What We Pay for It—
To-day'a Stmt Market Quotations.
»■ATS AND PBOVIHlOWft.
.$ .38
«
Butter, per pound.
fiw»* holesale, per desen
Eggs, retail, per dosen .....
Chickens, retail, per pound
Chiokens, per pair.
Spring chickens, per pair
Spring chickens, per pound
Chlckens.per pd. wholesale
Sirloin steaks per pound
Rump steaks per pound
Round steaks per pound
Rib roast per pound.
Chuck roast per pound...
6 .40
M
.82
2o
22
1
I •
.75
.11
.18
.14
M

half
»aid
tlon
F.
N.
.18
m
M
M
.14
.16
Btewing pieces.
Boiling bits per pound
Hhlns, per pound.
Kidney fat,per pound ....
Lamb chope, per pound...
Lamb roasts, per pound...
Mutton chojia, per pound.
Mutton roasts, per pound
Veal outlets, per pound. 2 U
Veal roasts, per pound.
Hams, wholesale, per pound .. .16 â
Hams, sliced, per pound. 2 u
Shoulders, wholesale,per |Hiund .12)%
Shoulders, retail, per pound... .14
Bacon, retail, per pound.
Bausage, smoked, per pound .. .16
sausage, per pound... .16
Hogshead oheeee, per pound
Puddings, per po
Lard, wholesale
.tu
.lu
.08
.80
.26
.16
.20
.16
.16
28
.16
.18
N
In
the
l
.16
I ini
.in e*
.10 Q
.12
und .
.11
•MM
per pouuu
Dard, retail, per pound_
Oheeee.
.16
. .06 &
.12
Lobsters, per pound.
Black fish, per pound...
Rock fish, per pound_
Porgies, per |>ound.
White Perch, per iiouud
Trout, per pouud.
Halibut, per pound.
Uatflsh, per pouud .
Mackerel, per piece.
. .10
.lu
U
.10
12
■la
.20
B*
.16
. .12
V KOKT A BL
New poUtoes. per barrel.2.60
New potatoes, per half-iieok ...
Sweet pototoes, per bosket.
Sweet potatoe», per half peek..
Tomatoes, per half peck.12
Tomatoe«, per orate...
Cabbage, per barrel...
Crate onion«, per crate
Crate onion«, per hair peck.26
Radishes, per bunch....-,.
String beaus, per half-peck
Lima been«, per basket_
New beets, per bunch.
Corn, per basket.
Corn, tier dozen.
Egg plants, pur piece
Ml
II
26
10
»V*
.16
.18
!..
II
IN
LT6
00
i 26
80
.03
86
:w
40
50
06
I
.06
78
. .05
.00
BKKKIKft AMD VRUITB.
Banannas, per dozen.
Lemons, per dozen.
Peuche«, per hall peck.. .
Peaches, per banket.
Waltermelon*, per piece.
Oranges, per dozen.
Grape«, per pound, wholesale
Grapes,per pound, retail.
Plum«, per quurt.
JO
.80
. .16
.76
1.26
.20
.30 «ÿ
80
.
.06
.16
. 10
■MM
JLocttl quotauoD*.
UOEEBOTBD 1>A1LY BY THB WILLIAM
»«ns Com fa hy, Hkamdywihk Mills—
Wheat Flock.
FLAUE FkR bak'l.
Wm. Lea A Hon'»
Clifton F.F.F Extra
Poutaxat F. do. Family do 6 76
Kirkwood Roller Ground,
Occidental
Superfine
VBKD.
Best middling«
Best ship «tu ( 1 ,
Ruffin«,
Cutlins,
Corn shorts,
Brun,
Corn meal, fine yellow, 36.60
Corn meal, white,
Corn meal, course.
Screening«.
A
wholesale,
'Bent' Holler
$7 26
retail,
Patent
♦7 76
7 10
7 I*.n
; 25
« .
7 00
do 6 60
do 4 36
per ton.
6 00
4 86
per 100 lbs
**x6

19
per hundred.
*2 06Q2 lo
84. Ml
'
-1 '
70^7b
UILAIM.
Prime vellow corn,
Prime long-berry wheat.
New York Market«.
New York. Oct. 20.—Flour, steady; No
State, 82.9Ua3.75.
Wheat, steady; No. 2 red winter. »l.luVd
al.11%.
Corn, nominal; No. 2, W>£.
Oats, quiet : October . 4lÜa42.
Rve, quiet: Western 72a74c.
liarley, nominal.
Pork, steady; «24 . 00 .
Lard. qulet*C3.6<J.
Butter, firm : State creamery 36c.
Sugar, firm centrifugal, 7Wa8>5.
*4fK" *te»d) ; SUtu
per bushel.
1 It
I , A ?.PJr. A A THOMAS, BT. CLOUD
BUILDING, Waxhlngton, I>. C , nraetlce»
before the United State» General Land
private land claim«, mini
testend eases, pro»ceuted
if the Interior i
of claim* befo
. Special attention gi
, Land VV'arrant*, lion__
float -., and all kind» of land «crip bought and sold.
mi«-..
ested
ptlon and In
the Depart me
Court, and all ela»
five Depart in
town-«Ite
v;z.
mid Snpr
re the Kx*
QFIÜM
MORPHINE HABIT
CURED IN 10 TO 20 DAY».
THOUSANDS of reference« from person»
cared. No pay till cured.
DR. J. STEPHENS.
I
Iæbanon, Ohio. Cincir
nati.
niTii-9M
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W ESLEYAN COLLEGE.
WILMINGTON', > V
ABE ,
tion In a complete English
Thorocgh iiir-t
curse.
PRIMARY, PREPARATOY and COL LEG I
ATE DEPARTMENTS.
Superior advantage» In Language», Music
Art. Fall sevslou will opeu September It.
aug22-l»-H
JOHN WILSON.
ITCjnrM APPLICATION».
TtfOTICB.-I, W. KELLY, OWNER
11 or the within mentioned premises,
lu compliance with an Act of Assembly ln auch
made and provided, do hereby give notice
that l shall apply In writing to the honorante, the
Judges of the Court of
rëaoe and Jail Th-llvery
in and lor New Castle County, on Monday, the
10th day of November next, A. D., INL being
first day ofsatd court, for a license to keep an
tnvom at No. BM Van Buren street, In
the Tenth waqd of the city or Wilmington, Del.,
and to sell Intoxicating liquors In lees quantities
than one quart, to be aruuk on the premises, and
the following respectable citizens, residents of
said ward, recommend the said application,
wit :
tii. st.t* <>r
th<
Ion
hlllp Plunkett,
rancis McCloskey,
ohn F. iKdan.
James Murray,
Peter Landry,
P, CahUMH
'st^riär
»trink
ulty.
Body
$1.50
u
J.ne. W.'&Altater,
Fer.u. HaaUH.a,
Hew win E. Launen.
ocOMtd**
K
WILLIAM KELLY.
N otice —i, Robert a. cochhan,
OF Middletown, New Csetle count»-, and
»late of Delaware, owner or the within mentioned
preiuiees, do hereby give notice that I Intend to
make application to tu« « ourt of lieneral Houston»
the Peace und -lall Delivery of the State of Del
aware In and for New Cautle Co, on the first day of
Its next term, which will commence and be held
Wtlminirtou, In New Castle county aforesaid,
Monday. the'ioth day of November, A. D..
u lii-ruse to keep
liquors Hpi
quart, to Ik- drunk mi the premi
$ 1 .
ol
MB, for
sell intoxicating
Inn or tavern and to
In le«» quantities than
ism at and in
u Hotel. The
trlcts
k on me I
the Mtdril
« known a* llie Middletown Hotel,
of Mild (louve In lu united -cliool I»U
loratlu
No;. HO and 94, In New Castle county aforesaid,
the uorner of Main aud liroitd street«. In
the said town of Middletown. The name» of the
«'table cltlzc
»ad
-oui mvtiding my »aid applt
I. I..
R. W. Cochran,
U-wU Miller,
Nathan Simmon«,
John W. Haye»,
8. M. Reynold»,
K. E Hiulth,
W. Scott Way,
Joseph W, Oarr.
J. F. M« WhortaV,
Jacob Hints,
L. W. Kliaaou
. W. Cannon,
octa>-3t
Ja». L. Curry,
Alex. Maxwell,
»ewell Jone»,
Isaac Jone», Jr.,
J. It. Laug,
Deo. Eclienhofer,
John Vaaey,
r:r
80
g*gl W. WTWen,
« pfeifet A ?oflctl K A NT_
COTICE.—I, WILLIAM F. GRIFFITH.
-ax THE OWNER of the within inentloueu
property, do hereby air* notice that I »hall
• pply to the Judge» of the Court of lieneral fee
•tou» of the Peace aud Jail Pali very of the State
of Delaware, In and fr»r the County of New Castle,
on Monday, the auth day of November next A.
., 1SS2, being the first day of the November
term or »aid court for a license to'soll Intoxicating
liquor« lu quanUtU-b not less than one hair gallon
at my »tore on Main street tn the town of Newark.
In the u idled School Districts No«.» A41 In^ghlU
Uay Creek Hundred, New OMtle County, Ihsla
ware, and the following re«pectahle clttseus
recommend the said application to
H. tt. < boat«.
J«ihn Ramho.
W. H. Steele,
Pu»cy l'einlN rtou,
Natuan Bandera,
u
■rtl
James II. Hay,
George W. Llndaiw.
J. W. renuiu g ton,
James JefferlH.
John trDoan« II, Jr.
John < orbit,
octl»-8t
NOTICE. — 7, WILLIAM MORRIS,
11 THE OWNER of the house situated on
Union street between Water and Front street».
Delaware ( It/, united tVhool District« 52 and
76, East Red Lion hundred, New castle county,
State of Delaware. In compliance with the re
quirement* o Title Art or the General Assembly,
In such case made and provided, do hervhv give
notice that 1 shall apply In wrUlns; to the Court of
•ral Sessions ortne Peace and Jail Delivery
of the 8tate of Delaware, tu und Tor Newcastle
county, on Monday, the 20th day of November,
A. D., 18H2, being tiie next term of said court for
e for »aid store, tor the »ale therein of tn
le»s quantities than
• e drunk «m the preml«es, and
ijr re«pectatde eitt/.en», residents of
dUtrtct» recouimehd the «aid appllra
Firman Newkirk,
William J. Wingate,
David Steelniau,
James 1». Cannon,
Everett Vont 'ullu,
John F. Cairn«,
Clayton VonCulln.
WILLIAM MORRIS.
ami
all
75
«
Hr
toxlcatlng liquors In
half gallon, not
followln
»aid school
tlon to wit :
Win. A. Jester,
Win. Davidson.
F. A. renninirtnn,
Thos. D. Itradwax,
N. l.eo. Price,
Tho». T. ValL
JaincH M. Jester,
Win. A. Price,
oct 19-31
N otice. — i, harah clancy,
OWN HR OF the wltlilu mentioned premises,
compliance with -tn Act of AmM-nihly, in such
ease made aud pr«.Tided, do hereby give notice
that I »hall apply lu writing to the honorable, the
Judges of the Court ol louerai Sessions of the
Peace aud Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware,
In and for New Castle county, on Monday, the
20th day of November next, A. II., 1882, being
the first day of said court ror a llceuae to keen
l 1,, i«. U î rerr ll l ^S; West keçond street. In
theThirdwant of Ike city of Wilmington, Del.,
d to »HI Intoxicating liquor» in léea quantities
. *®l»« «rung oa the premises, and
:he following r-»portable cltlaeus, resi
dent» .of »aid ward recommend the said appll
ration, to wit :
Mlehai-1 Gardner,
John Hradv,
John». Dickerson,
» Hutch
Wm. A. Meredith,
. Dennison,
. II. Viluntine,
Alexander Galloway,
John McCaffrey,
Win. Tavlor.
Joneph Murphy,
Thomas Jobiisot),
James Currln,
Tlioma* Hhcrldsn,
Kdward O'Donnell,
Patrick Carney,
HARAH C. CLANCY'.
\n
■la
han,
Patrick M.
Jasllle tirlhliou,
Jack Weill,
It. Aliherger,
George Jordan,
George Tewid,
John Kelly,
A. P. Grace,
o«'tl8-3t|
VOTICE.-I, ELLEN McVEY, OWNER
1.1 OF TIIK wltlilu mentioned premlwti, In
compliance with an Act of A«*embly lu such
case made and provided, do hereby give notice
that I »hall apply In writing to the honorable, the
Judges of the Court of General Hesslons of the
!'cade and Jail Ih ll very of the State of Delaware,
IB and for New Castle couuty, ou M mday, the
»th day of November next, A. D., 1882, being the
tir»t day of »aid court, for a license to keep _
or tavern at No. 16 6 ^ 1 » t Front «treet. In the Hec
wnrd of the city of Wilmington, Del., and to sell
Intoxicating liquors lu le«» quantifie« than one
he drunk on the prendre», and the fol
•spectable citl/.e .«, re»ldenU of *ald
^ •oinmend the
towfnV*
district,
Michael
R. Booth,
«Id application,
Wm. fl. Quinn,
< ha*. J. H. Beckett,
Geo. A. Burroii uh»,
Daniel Reed,
Fred. Fisher,
John B. Dunbar.
Michael Rafferty,
Alex. Chamber»,
AI y er* Haye»,
Nathaniel Melclndr,
N ichola» Jeune) ,
Martin Elliott,
John B. Elliott.
ELLEN Mc VE Y.
to wlt
Frederick Wur»
T. G. Hirz« I,
Louis ltea.
k ewl» BÛite.
ohert Wallace,
E. II. FrlMinulh,
J. De Wolf,
Robert Kenyon.
R. W. Klrhv,
Cha«. E. Spark ».
Rodney Hlgglii»,
oct!8-3t
1
■MM
A
76
'V'OTICF.
L V OU N ER of tlie within mentioned premises,'
... • »...pllaiitT'with an Act of Assembly lu »ucli
rase made and provided, do hereby give notice
tbit I shall apply G) writing to the honorable,
the Judges «/ III« Court of Gevyral Session»
the I eure and Jail Delivery of tlid »tute or Dels
o ju f«r New Castle County, on Monday,
. l w. , '. ,ay °X N . 0 . v ' "»her next A. D., 1882, being
the lirai day of »aid court, for a license 0 keep 1
» known us the Gilpin House In lit
Castle hundred. School district N
sell Intoxlrating liquors In less quau
one hair gallon, to he drunk on the
•5® VI* V, !°. w ! nK respectable citizens,
of said district, recommend tile »alu
I, GEORGE WHITFIELD
In
1
I*.n
25
00
of
00
86
lbs
Inn nr
Castle, N
thle«
p rem Ke»,
reside
application
I. II. Foils.
D. W. klklnton,
A. C. Gray,
L. M. cha»e,
Cha*. V Wl..,
Fred F. Klander.
lo
D. Botildcn,
J. T. Ellason,
\V. It. tlerlMTt,
A. II. Jadherv,
W. J. IWack, •
.. .. . II. C. Smith,
Jt. I». Janvier.
GEORGE WHITFIELD.
-1 '
70^7b
Ctl8-3tI
RAPPING PAPER.
WOODBINE MILES.
LABEL KEGIMTIRK.I
GUARANTEED FULL COUNT,
sold.
mi«-..
• rflBHl-AHV 6TH, 1878.
THE VU I HR.
18 »HEBT» TO
J™* . ,0 ,b* toll tXtamtsr.l)
»>»»»Y r . nl> ' , belntt sollt with
îh u. k r, « l . h Viw Kr 'r" 1 * *v. w P rlc 5» they do not
mV 1 11 1 } 'î.t w,'îi ,,h, r ° 1 *hw*i» thev get ir -
bundle. COUNT your PAPER. A«k li%
WOODBINE,'
I
te«d u, „e kV'i\'iTsü:^".î!', '",.v,""kT'u
P»le^ pS'Vp îvHhTtbB'il'.Lu"',', tos «üb e'." "''
A«k the Arm von hnv of to give vou '•vvnm>
B1NK Mil.1.8' WrspplMs, „„.I y t ; u k s noth .;
I tise.sstl.l« psper I. Hit ch. stw.t Is tn, market.
,
;
Count, Quality,Weight & Color '
I
hiïi SÄ»- ,
WOODBINE MiLLS.
• prfc-im
CAMPMTB ANB OIL CLOTH*.
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CARPETS
A
FALL 1992.
CARPETS — Best new style»
Body Brussels and Velvets,
$1.50 and $1.60.
lall
row.
CARPETS—Best new styles
Tapestry Brussels, $1.00 and
$ 1 . 10 .
CARPETS—Newest styles
Tapestry Brussels, 75 cents.
.
of
CARPETS — New choice
styles, Extra Super Ingrains,
$i.oo.
CARPETS—Newest styles
Super Cotton Chain Ingrain,
80 cents.
CARPETS—Best all-wool
Ingrains, 75 cents.
CARPETS — Best Half
wool Ingrains, 60 cents.
of
of
of
CARPETS — Best Cotton
ami Wool Ingrains, 50 cents.
C A R PETS—Best Rag in
all grades, 40, 45, 50, 60 and
75 cents.
CARPETS — Hemp, 25
cents; yard wide.
CARPETS—Stair,
Hall, any width.
Entry,
the
the
the
In
and
Oil Cloths, linoleum, Curtain»,
Upholstery in all its
branches.
W. M. Kennard & Co.,
621 Market Street.
sept2l-mwf-tf-140
In
such
the
the
the
the
Hec
sell
one
fol
*ald
pEOFLE WHO READ !
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tt
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history of each day'« events will be faith
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prejudice.
The province of a newspaper Is to record
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well the Enquirer has succeeded in tills
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o its files and past record for evidence o f
ts ability and thoroughness in presenting
all matters treated upon in their true light.
The people of thU age require a paper fully
abreast of the times, coequal in enterprise,
find material advancement in all wvreantile
and political interests, such will the
Enquirer continue to be. Candor and fair
ness will be accorded to all questions aud
parties,but the facts will never be perverted.
The immediate future has In Hterc matters
of grave interest to all, aud the general
welfare will largely depend upon the
influences of those who are fully conversant
with the facts occuring and to occur. The
policy of the goverument hut partially
developed by the New Administration, was
fast winning the confidence of the people,
when the hand of the assasalu placed control
of affairs in charge of a faction whose leaders
have not at all time« received favorable criti
cisms for their public acts. What the future
policy is to be, will be foreshadowed during
the first year of President Arthur's admlnis
1 ration, and presented to the public without
fear or favor, lu the columns oi the Enquirer.
»ucli
notice
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quau
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practical and theoretical knowledge In all
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MURDER IN
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»MM «, ht lB , Dune. Uuu
(IILADILPBIa, Oct 20 n 1
irom-wu of u Cultivai in'. k!iJ~? ur ni!
lall this morn log several «» c i RM ^ aDc *h|
»liter, while âlnïC Z L* T h ,,ti «M
row. Michael Grab.m w'! U ,!' jlV<: ' 1 •"
wh« 1 . 1 !? wlth ,on,e «»>" ÄJI
sï:â: ( « •"'prïï
War In U College.
. Monmouth, Ills., Oct. 20 -a «
broken out between the etuiiente
faculty of Monmouth College on «c
of a reception tendered b> B the „S
agalnet the wl.he. of the auihorltle,
T Kl. KOK A PH IC llltKVITIKS.
c.îÂ; l,;N ™ Vrii '«
Five horse thieves
Mexico yesterday.
Henry Elute, a laborer, eommttteil s
clde In Cincinnati to-day, by hanging.
Last night Thomas Salter fatallv
Carplecliechlnstha, chief or the
police In Fort Smith, Arkansas.
A special collection Is being made It i
Treasury Department this week fur the N
York State Republican campaign funds.
The brigade of guards havlug rctur
from service In Egypt, re-entered Luo
this morning and were enttiuslullrly
cel veal. '
aud
were killed in N'J
m ml
H. C. Maynanl. for mum
of the Western Union Tele
ynn inana
Chicago, died at Geneva I.ake, y \
morning.
A desperate flghtoccurred nearUrupsi
Texas, yesterday, between a ».and of i,m
glers aud several Mexican Custom Ha
officers. Refusing to surrender tbeofflt
opened fire. Four smugglers were ki|
and four captured.
A colllulon on the New York Central 1
Hudson River railroad between two frefl
trains this moring resulted in thederalln
of three cars, throwing the locomotive]
and with the trains into the Hudson ril
So far as can be learned no persons
Jured. The accideut occurred near R
beck, N. Y.
Great Reduction
In price« of blankets ; cheapest goods i
offered. Crosby & Hill, Nos. 220 sud
Market street.
Kin LA TiOSAL.
J|UUBY
EVENING SCHOOL
—Will reopei
MONDAY EVE'O, OCT. 2, '82.
No. 4, Masonic Temple. Per»
Information will apply to
DR. HAM'L W. MURPHY.
•RUF. J. JACKSON PlfcR
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Course» of Study—English, Business, Hcl
and Classical ; a thorough Chemical dopa rt
Superior opportunities offered
and boys to prepare for the bent America
eges.
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Isiature of Penusylvsuls upon young
taking a füll course.
Reading taught by a flr»t*el»6« elocution
Penmanship by s prureasor muier
beauties of tbeart.

v of the i
0 tho»e wins*
A bome-Ilke ds
Private Instruction glv
cation has been noglected.
ment for little hoy«. Twelve instruction.
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cîpal, Concord ville, IM., Co-. P ^ ujfl8 . îœ J
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o f
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Mocond .treet, IMilliuh liiM»,
person, during the hours of 8». in to * p*
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