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THIRD EDITION
ALMSHOUSE "SUPPLIES
Contracts Awarded by the
Committee To-day.
WHAT GALLAGHER IS DOING
SWKAMNG NEGRO VOTERS.
What Csptsla Gallagher Is Doing to Get
Them to Keep In the Republican
Persy—The Sue««*« He I* Having.
Secret meetings in negro school houses
and churches are being held of nights all
over the county by Republican workers st
which *11 the black voters who can be raked
up are present. The object of these meet
ings, It Is stated, Is to iustruct the black
incu upon Unir political duty, but really
something far .different than this Is beiug
done.
The Republican leaders are fully aware of
the fact that they will have great trouble to
keep black men ou their side aud
these meetings they
harangued by Captaiu Gallagher about
the awlul results which will come
about if the Democrats remain in power. In
working up the uegroes he is assisted by
somo more proiuineut colored
they are liually induced to take a moat
solemn oath to vote the Republican ticket
and have nothing to do with the Democrats.
Meetings of this kind have been held at
Townsend, Glasgow and New Castle. Many
of the colored men refuse to take the oath.
At New Castle, Captain Gallagher warned
them especially to have uotbiug to do with
County Treasurer Herbert. Oue old darkey
said "If It were not for Mr. Herbert there
would be a hard old time in New Castle,
and many negroes would starve to death
and the dead would go uuburied.
Janvier administered the oaths to the few
negroes who would be sworn.
Cloaks,
dolmans, Jackets and paletots. New goods
just received at very lowest cash prices.
Ciosby A Hill, Nos. 220 and 222 Market
street.
all
at
an
, aud
K. P.
6
ALM.dlOtSh SUPPLIES.
Th« Awards of Coutracts Made by the
Coimulttee This Forenoon.
The supply committee of the Trustees of
the Poor met to-day and announced the fol
lowing contract for Hupplles !
Bread—William O'Meara.
Beef—George Abele.
Small meats— P. Monoghan.
Salt mcaU— Khdiigife Lung. /
Groceries—P. A. Horty, Dickey and P. J.
Ford.
Dry goods—William M. Kemiard *fe Co.,
William Huber, and M. Fcldheimei*.
Tobacco—Otto A Butts.
Drugs—Baldwin A Son.
Boots and Shoes—D. McCusker.
Clothing—N. Lei berm an.
Hats and Caps—C. E. DuBell.
Hardware—J. A. Carlisle A Co.
Flour aud Feed—Owen J. liession.
Liquor—Kelly A Co.
Blacksmlthing— P. Welsh.
The Kxeelsior Does Not Nall.
The steamer Excelsior has not yet left the
wharf of the Harlan A Hpllingsworth Co.,
all efforts to get her away havlug. proved
liptfle. The tugs have left her and the huge
ciaft, wllh everything ready to start, rests
listlessly on the stream.
Blanket*,
a largo assortment ami lowest prices at
Crosby A Hill's, Nos. 220 and 222 Market
street.
Spool Mill* Burned.
Farmington, Me., Oct. 28.—O. 8turmera
S|mx> 1 mills at New Vineyard, were burned
to-day. The loss is $50,000.
The Kqolne Paradox.
The wonderful trained horses, which will
be at the Opera Hous^ next week, will
attract crowded houses.
imported Coat*.
W. M. Kennard A Co. have a large assort
ment of ladles', misses' und children's Im
ported coats.
Those who wish to communicate with
Gillespie & Co., plumbers und gastltters,
by telephone, can do so by calling the Ex
change.
G IT V ITEMS
('has. H. Vary, Phlla. Messenger. 003 Market.
At Co.. Photoirrapt
Before purchnNlng don't lull t
the "Muglc and Koyul" Hange», i
, Range aud Stove lluu*c,
Shipley street.
IK*«» your stovenoed re]ialrlng? Do you need
exchange y
Schoeu's i
and 213
you a baguin.
*.a*»2 Market at
o call and
ttt Schoen'
Bei
2o9 to 213
t Do y*
stove or range .' it
Boater. Hange and Stove lit
Shipley Hired, and he will glv
No troublo t«» »how go«*«!».
wish to
:al!
CUIKC1IE8 TO - 31 0 1» HD W.
Ctiurch. Market street
Duval, pastor.
*1 7.3U p. ui. Public
At Uhlan M. E. (Jhurch.to-inorrow the pastor,
A.Stcnglc, will preiu-h at 10.30 on "Helping
the laird'' and in the evening at 7.30 on "A L**»t
Houl." Protracted meeting will couimence in
the evening servleo.
Reformed KplaeopalChurch of the Redeemer,
Eighth und Moiin.e »trud». Rev. J. L. lvstlln.
rector. Morning prayer. Litany and sermon,
10.30 a. in. Seventh service of song in the
evening at 7.30; Hubjuct
Delaware Avenue Baptist Church.
Tenth an* l West Hired», Lev.
jtUHtor. Service» lu.30 n.
First Prcsbytorla
above Ninth. Rev. F. H.
Preaching 10.30 u. in.
cordially wolc
d.
I'hcCroNsand Crow
1. M. Haldemun,
*1 7.45 n. m.
orniiig subject. ''Following Afar Oft ." Yiven
lug subject, "Something that vv
aud nevere
!*» gl
r of the
bo luM" Evjry moniti
church iscKpuclally requested to bo predont ut
the morning
deea.
lUti UA 1 1.KOAD».
A Local Time Table With the Latem
Correction«.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
PHI LA.— 2.00*— 2.23* — Ö. 30—0.55 7.00Η T.fcO
"«•lof— 8.1Ô— 9.0uj—y.yyt—y.68|—10.30—H.53 a.
lu;—12.00f IU-—12.16—12.3H—1.63—2.301—4.00
6.17»— 6.30f—0.10—6.38*—7.26—7.30*—V.65*j»m.
— 2.00*—2.23*—6.30—7.50— 9.60—
— 12.:*8—1.63—6.17*— 0.38»— 7.20 p.m.
.61*— 8.05* — 9.17
.—12.20—l.OO— l.Ob—6.00—3.00—6.67—
Nkw Y
11.63 a.
Ma lti MORS—1.05*—1.42*
10.00 H.
11.04* p. m.
Wasiiinotow— 1.42*—1.61 *—8.04—9.17 a. tir
—l oo—1.OU—6.67—11.04* p. m.
HaLTIMoKK AND I NT Bit MIC HI ATS STATION»—
1.06*
.17 IO.UO ».
•—1.00—0.00 p. m.
» Trains running both dull
f Trains
ly and Sunday,
ntng only on Sunday.
I (.'onuoet at Gray's Ferry for old depot
Broad and Washington avenue.
Dklawarb Railroaiv—0.«jo*— 0.10 a. tn;—1.9b
—3.00*—6.25f p. m. No Sunday trains.
* For Now Castle only
f For Harri ngtou and Intermediate stations.
WlLMINflTON A NoitTimitN KAILROA l>—7.47 ft.
m;—1.06—6.00—6.30 p. in. Un Sunday for
Reading ami St. Deter—8.10 a. id.
Dmlawakm Wkhtkkn Railroad— 7.06—10.30
a. in;—6.30 p. m. Sunday trains 10.30a. m—6.00
TRAINS AKKIVLAT WlLMlNdTON FROM
Philadblphia— 12.60—1.00—1.32*—1.47*—7.45
8.U2*—U.12—U.U6—lU.lOf—11.36—12.35 a. in;—12.60
— 1.07 —2.30f —2.60— 4.36— 4.55— 6.40— 5.63—0.2C
—0.48—7.361—7.66—9.60—10.38—10.68 p. m.
Y ORK— 1.32*— 4.47»— 8.02f—9.12 a. m;
1-2,60—1.07 — 4.56—6.48* 10.68 p. m.
HALTIMORIfr-1.61*—2.13*—9.34—9.64—11.43 a.
in:—ia.:iO—1.60—6.11*—0.30*—7.21—9.49* n. m.
Washington— 1.61*—■2.13—11.43ft. m;— 12. 3(1
— 1.60—6 11*—0.30*—7.24—9.49* p. m.
• Both daily and Sunday.
f On Sunday only.
Dri.a ware ra ilroa d— 8.50—^10.16* a.m;—12.01
—5.05« —0.U5 p. m. No Sunday train».
New Castle only.
W i i.m i NfiToN k Northern hailroad— 0.26—
8.40—11.36 a. m;—0.40 p. m. On Sunday from
Reading und St Petor at 7.10 p. in.
Delaware Western Railroad— 9.00a. mj—
2.16 p. m. Sunday trains 9.10 a. in.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILMINGTON
Phila
12.30*—3.66*—0.30-7.20*—8.'W—8.21— 8.35t~ 10.10
• -Ii.*»»—11.60 a. in —IE.23—l.32f—1.8i—3.10—
6.06—6.20—6 65—0.051 - 0.3 J—8.30*
-11.32* p. m.
* F
New Broad Street Depot—
4.02- 4.26 —
— to.
Broad aitd Wabhzkoto» atbwttb— 8.3(V—f.00
—lo.ifta. ®;~U»-3.lo-4J&-$.U p. m.
Maw UastL a— 8 . 86 —lQ.tx>—*11.44 a. rn.~4.48 -
ud Sundaj.
uni».
t On
wma black Usure denote Ou United
E aprea* trnl na.
UUH MA 1 U
Their Arrival ana Dopartur«, Taking
} KfToct July l»t, 111*2.
The Post Offleo In this city will be open daily,
except Sunday, from 0.30 a. m. to » p. m.
Private boxoa are nccoasible until 11 p. in. On
Suudayi open from 8.80 to 8 30 a. m. Private
boxe« accensible from 0 to 8 p. m. The whole
sale un tip window will close at 6.80 p. m. The
money order office will close at 6.00 p. w.
MAILS CLOS* AS FOLLOWS Î
WORTH.
Wilmington A Northern Kallroad to Heading
Pa., and points on the Italtliuore Central south
of UhaddA Ford, 7.40 a. m.
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.90 a. m.
Philadelphia and waymall, 9.00 a. in.
New York, Pennsylvaula and points east and
west, 9. a. m.
Delaware Western Kallroad to Laadenborg,
10.00 a. in.
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
and Now Junioy, 11.60 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west, 1.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, Nc
and west. 4.40 p. in.
Philadelphia and New York cities, closed
pouches, 0.36 p. ui.
Pennsylvania west of Laneaftvr, and all
points west und southweet 0.36 p. ui.
All points north, oast, west and southwest.
York and all points oast
U.uo |>. la.
All Louisiana Is rout west except Now Orleans
which is mut south ou through malls.
SOUTH.
altlmore and way mail, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. m.
All points
Supplementary mail for the Peninsula, 9.00
the Peninsula, 8.30 a. m.
a.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south,
12.30 p. m.
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Likton and
Havre de Ontcc, 12.30 p. in.
Poilus on Baltimore Central, between Pori d£
Posit, Northeast and Chadd's Ford,12 80 p. in.
Baltimore and Buy Lino steamers, 4.40 p. in.
Peninsula north of Harrington. Including
Delaware City and St. Georges, 3.60 p.m.
Baltimore, closed |K>uch, 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
11.00 p. in.
MAILS ARKIV* AUD READY VOR DELIVERY.
From Wilmington a. Northern Kallroad,
6.30 p. m.
New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and all other points, 6.30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and west. 8.3o a. m.
From way mail fYuin Philadelphia, 8.30 a. in.
From Peninsula and all north of Harrington
9.16 a. m. '
From Baltimore and wny mail, 9.60 a. m.
From Haiti mono, 12.30 p. m.
From Peninsula mull, 12.30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north ami euM. Lau p. in.
Baltimore, Washington and points
south, 2.20 p. m.
From Delaware Western Kallroad, 2.20 p. m.
Fnitn Philadelphia, New York aud points
north and oast, 6.40 p. m.
Baltimore. Washington and points
south and southwest. 5.to p. in.
Carriers deliveries us follows : 0.30 a. in., gou
oral; io.uo a. m., partial; 1.30 p. m., general; 4.UU
p. m.. partial.
Collections from street boxe» arc modo by the
•arriers at 6.30 and lu.uuu. in..i.3u and 4.00 p. in.
Au additional collection will be made at 7.30
Ï . tu. from all boxes between Jeflersoi: and
»oui hard and Water and Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. On Sunday a lull collection will bo
made at 6.00 ii. tu. Local letters for carriers'
delivery should he deposited In tho Post office
ten minutes before tin- hour of delivery.
W. Y. SWIGOLTT. I'**stmaster.
I
Y
W
ILBGN'o
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
«10 KING STREET.
Counected with Telephon« Exchange.
Call - -
OPEN ALL MUHT.
J. A. WILSON,
Funeral director.
2-12-14
TOO LA TE TO CLASSIFY.
VTOTICK.—ADJOURNED DAILY 8 ES
lT SloNS of the liilted State» Circuit Court
dating
lays et
may apply
4M urn;
will Ik- hebt at the court r<
streets*, this eit v, nt II o'
JlOth Instant until tin-Utli
repled, at wblrh all |h tmi
for uaturall/utioii.
Si x til
a. in
"n .luaMrt* d sM
the
., lrn
Clerk U.
Ik- open every evening
turn day to un-om
deelare their In
oet2*. 31. »
< irrult ('
Tho clerk*i
from.8 to 10 «i
n . i
Inch U
Il ( I
ii(Auiu y wish
• |KI
teiitioiic.
EU US.—Exclusively— FURS.
W 15 II II
H is opened a *•
Ft Its al*»**. El l,
May«.
lie
.oVES
ni FT It
fi
M.
121-19
*11 ANGE OF TIME !
(
FOR l'111L A I>E L l'1 11A AT T A. M.
AN I,
ON
AFTER MONDAY,
i h ■ r. ami, th i : sti.a m f.u
SAMUEL M. FELTON
rim*
French »I
ih-irf at 7.C0 a. in..llmik
at 8.10 ..
. and < hed*
ve.Hpl.iti.nl
n \Vtiming
•nb*. Fr
lekets. K
i the boat g*».i«l to i
ii nc*-*»in..tail*.it
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: Wilmington,
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RANKLIN'
TYPE FOUNDRY
168 Vine Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
ALLISON & SMITH.
v 11-3516
A DAM8 AND BKOTHEK,
No. 504 Market Street,
—CHEAP—
Casli Variety Store.
FIRE WORKS,
DRY GOODS,
HOblKKY
notions.
LADIES' Jk GENTS'
UNDERWEAR,
BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS
CHUCK EU Y, TI N,
GLASSWARE.
RAG, HEMP,
INGRAIN AND
STAIR CARPET,
bTAllt RODS,
CURTAINS,
d «heapost line of Stulr, Tnbleand
'.ant*
UriMt

OH Cloths,
» variety. „ . _
Express Wagmis, Velm lpedvs,Toy
Hons, Dolls Doll-Heads,
Carriages. The largest
I.
, V
P*.
•s In
Table and 1
ket
nil deserln
ir
Do1I-B.mII
■henpesl und I
I)
•st Hue of
BABY CARRIAGES In the Sute.
—SOI.K Af>K.V r UH -
HARPER'S BAZAR .»AITERNS.
It will pay y
of good»
d examine
d prices before pu rchastng.
to call
variety
BAdE BALLS A BATS
PENSIONS TO ALL
SÄÄÄÄdtefÄÄ
eycMglu, loss ot hcarintr.heart and lung. liscas«
ÏÏE!:
1 1
. or any other disease or
rwise. gives youaj^nsi
hers, niotliers. brotIters a
n
Uldren.fa
»titled tot
Isis
M
Pensio
Kiired where dis.
obtained. Hon-
f»r all deserters,
- - —-—'NS Inchra 8 B*>
>7^.00 per month. liHIHCTnn pen-
.Wl.ilty, A.M.. I Kt li. Adfc,
£*î'- hard »' v 'H0 1 *Pg(> ! a». P, C
TgC Is lost. N
hie dtv harges
ctof A K
Jischarg
(with
CLOTBtKO.
We'll Surprise You
if you will just stop in
and see some of the nice
things in fine Clothing
which we have made up
for this season,
goods are such as would
de credit to any Merchant
Tailor, and the workman
ship is fur superior to
Heady-Made Clothing so
called. We made up this
entire line as an experi
ment, but, success is
assured beyond a doubt.
We have already sold
more fine Clothing than
ever before so early in the
The Prices are
The
seasons,
from $8 to $10 a suit
lower than Custom Clotli
ing and we intend to make
lor Wilmingtonians an
establishment of which
they will be proud.
J. T. MULLIN & SON,
CLOTHIERS,
Sixth and Market.
oel2I*tts»tI'-84
LI vau Y NT A ULM*.
-J-IIOS. FAGAN A CO.,
LIVERY STABLE,
Nos. 204-206 Orange St.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Funerals sttended with Heart« and Coaches
Ad kludu of team» to hire.
.
WEDDINGS FURNISHED.
A-23-t, S-tf-14
T. STROUD,
Livery, Boarding and Sale
Stables,
NOS. 1U9, 111 & 113 WEST STREET.
Wii.minuton, Delaware.
stable» with a
nl Carriage».
We have refitted
tew »t«H'k of llarne»»
ilete
VV
E TAKE PLEASURE IN CALLING
THK ATTENTION OF
PIANO
—AND
ORGAN
Buyer» to our NEW, LAUG F. and ELEGANT
Block, JUbt opened,
mentor Instrument» lobe round In the city, at
the moat tempting price«. Peraons wishing to
pa relia«« will tin *1 It greatly to their !utcre»t to
give uh u call. W« take pleasure In showing
DHtrinnent», ami in giving attention to alt,
whether they w!«h to buy or uot.
We oiler the 11 nest
D. S. Johnston & Co.
i
46 and 48 West Fifth St.
FOUNTAIN SQUARE.
CINCINNATI
VII
HOUSE
—AÄD —
4
SIGN
PAINTING
—also
FRESCOIN G
4^ Net) y
id Promptly Executed. 'ÜJ
G. W. B0ULDEN
?
No. 307 King Street.
7.S-2ft-tf
^JALL
—AT—
CASSIDY'S
ART GALLERY
5
123 West Baltimore Street,
BALTIMORE, MD.
—Choice—
WINES,
WHISKIES, BRANDIE8,
ALES, &c.
Wholesale and Retail.
HKNHY L. RAYMOND. ALONZO DKWKKHK.
JJENRY L. RAYMOND A CO.,
STOCK BROKERS,
NOS. 4 AND 0 PINE STREET, N. .,
Buy and sell for Investment, and carry on
moderate margin all securities dealt in on
the New York Stock Exchange. Flrst
class privileges at favorable rutos. Partie»
distantly located from Wall str.el
wishing to Invest sums ranging
from $50 to $1,000, are Invited to
write for us for particulars. Complete
Financial Report mulled free. Small orders
executed at current rates. Refer to Bankers
Members of N. Y. Stock Exchange, OflleiaU
of New York Central Railroad Co., und
Ê romiuent Manufacturing and Mercantile
uslness Houses. Keferenea» and terms
mailed on application.
I AND!—A. A. THOMAS, AT. CLOUD
i r BU1L1HNG, Washlnglon, 1). C., practices
lore tlie l lilted Stales General Laud oiticc.
n te
I en
I
bus
ptio
• I bo
all
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B*>
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'I' {t
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d Sir
• Hie F
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d all das
•f claims bei
pedal
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land :
1 1 v'e Deimrtmrnl.
town-site esaes.
1 all kirn!:.
eiitlo
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ip bought and
Id.
SECOND EDITION
MRS. RCOVILLE INSANE
Fears of Starvation in Ire
land.
BONDED -LIQUOR SEIZED
Desperate Ilnrglare.
West Brookfield, Mass., Oct. 28.—
Burglars robbed a drug »tor** here pf $150
last night They shat the clerk, probably
fatally, and caught a train on the Boston
and Albany road,
they put a revolver to the bond of the brake
mun and forced him to stop the train. Then
they Jumped off and took to the woods. A
party la pursuing them.
After going ten miles
lusuue Mrs. Koovllle.
Chicago, Oct. 28.—The sealed verdict In
Mrs. 8 eovllle's esse was read at 10 o'clock
this morning. The Jury says she is insane
und should be condued. The cause is here
ditary, but she is without hoiuicidsl or sui
cidal mania. Her counsel demand u uew
trial. She had not been found since yeater
tluy. Mrs. Scovllle has not yet been found.
Detectives are following her.
A lllg Fir« In London.
London, Oct. 28.—A destructive fire
broke out at Margate* early this morning. It
defied I he efforts of the firemen until noou.
The Royal Hotel, the Assembly rooms and
several other buildings were destroyed.
Loss £50,000.
Foreign Mall Matter.
Washington, Oct. 28.—The report on
the foreigh mall shows an lucreosed weight
of letters over last year of $78,867 pound).,
aud an Increase of 878,2% pounds In printed
matter. The Increase in the cost of service
of $81,490.52.
he I zing Itoiidrd Liquor.
Hou» atonic, M ts 8 ., Oct. 28.—Deputy
Shcrlt! E. D. Humphrey wae arrested here
last night for breaking Into the distillery ot
Albert Curtiss at Shelllehl, on October 12,
and seizing a quantity of bonded liquors.
Good Feeling In Corea.
Washington, Oet. 28.—Rear Admiral
Clltz bus arrived from Yokohama.
|»orts that good feeling has been restored
between Julian and Corea.
Distress In Ireland.
London, Oct. 28.—Much d I* tress prevails
in the entire west of Ireland and serious
leurs ol starvation are entertained.
VI olsoly J.uimI* ui Dover.
London, Oet. 28.— Sir Garnet Wolacly
landed at Dover this uflcrnoou und hud
entliutlustic reception.
Has« Hull In the West.
Chicago, Oet. 28.—A Northwestern b
ball Leugne was organized to-day.
t« Explicit direct!*
the Diamond Dyes. For dyeing Musses,Or asses
Ejgs, ivory, llair, fcc.
THK till HIAKKKTH,
He re
r*
glv
uith
What We Fat and What We Pay for It—
To-day's Street Market {flotations.
MEATS AMU PROVISIONS.
Butter, per jMiund.
Egg», wholesale, pe
Fggi*. retail, per dosun
('nicken», retail, por pound.2U
Ghleken», por pair.
Spring chlekons, per pair..
Spring chlc.Wçn», per pound
Ciiickona.por |mI. wholeaulo
Sirloin »teuks por imuiiU.26
Kump uiouka per pound
Round »teaks per pound
Kib roast per pound.
('buck roust per pound.14
Stewing niece».
Bolling bits per pound.
Shin», per pound.
llidney fat,per pound .
I.u!iib chop«, per |>ound.
Lamb roasts, per j»ouud.
Mutton chops, per pound...
Mutton roast», per pound...
Veal cutlet», per pound.
Veal roasts, per pound.
Ham», wholesale, per pound...
Hams, sliced, per pound.20
Shoulders, wholesale,'per pound .12U
Shoulder», retail, per pound... .14
Bacon, retail, per pound ....
Sutfsage, smoked, per pound
Balognn bu usage, per pouud ... .16
Hogshead cheese, per pound...
1'uadlng*, lier pound.
Lard, wholcrfale
Lard, retail, por peuiid
Ghoese.
: • :S 8
.. .30
$ .40
r «loten
,21
.
.22
1.00
! M
. .75
; 00
.11
.18
.13
.14
N

26
.18
JO
26
.30
.10
. .10
.10
.08
.•A)
.10
, a JU
.15
.10
JO
J 6
.10
.18
.16
.17
.24
.15
.10
.io o
.10 0
per pound.12 0
■»«
.16
. .06 0
.12
FIBU
Lobsters, per pound.
Black Brin, per pound...
Rock tt»h, per pound....
Purgle», per pound.
Wnlte Perch, per pouud
Trout, per pouud.
Halibut, per pound.
Cathah, per pouud.
Mackerel, per piece.
. .16
• Aï*
.16
.16
.U
. .10
. .12 0
. .10
.16
.90
: :! 5 S*
.16
BUKHlua AND VKU1T8.
lianannas, per uozeu.
Lemon», per dozuu.
Orange«, per dozen..
Grape», per pound, wholeaule .
G rapes,per pound, retail.
Apple«, per half peek.
20
.28
.20
. .30 ft
0 <>
.02 0
.08 0
. .18
Local Quotations.
CoKHKcrrxii Daily by Tub William_
Sorb Company, Buardywimk Mills—
Wheat Flour.
h
... FL«tm rkn bah'L. wholesale, retail,
Wm. Lea A Sou's 'Best' Roller Patent
«7 26
$7 76
Ulilton F.F.F Extra I
PoutHXat F. d*». Family do
Kirkwood Roller Ground
Occidental
Superft
7 10
7 00
0 75
7 f
0 50
v UQ
O 6 bo
6 00
« : I
4 85
per ton.
per loo lbs
Bost middlings,
Best ship stuU,
Kulflii»,
(Jutllns,
(îorn shorts,
Brun,
rM

1U
per hundred.
12 06ft2 10
2 1 t 2 16
1 986r-2 03
70^75
per bushel.
meal, fine yellow, 36.50
meal, white,
uieul, course,
Screenings,
C
GRA1S.
Prime yellow corn,
Prime Ioug-berry whent.
YKOMTAHLMA.
New potatoes, por burrcl.
New iiotatocF y 'j>er half-peck...
Sweet pototoes, por basket.
Sweet potatoes, per half peck..
Tomatoes, por hull peek.
Tomatoes, perorate.
Cabbage, per head.
('rut# onions, per crate.
(ira to outons, per half peck_
Rad (»lies, per bunch.
String beaus, per half pock,....
LI nm beans, per basket.
Now beets, per ounch.
(lorn, per basket.
. per dozen.
Egg blunts, per piece.
Turnip*, per half peek..
152
11
2.60 ft
.16 ft
.40 ft
.16 ft
.12 ft
.36 ft

.18
.10
I
70 ««
ft
1.00
.'2
.10
.VO
.40 ft
60
.03 ft
.66 ft
.16 ft
.13 ft
.(6
.18
.10
.08 ft
New York Market*.
York,(J et. 23.—Flour, dull; State, $2.
Witent, steady; No. 2 red winter, $1.00.
. quiet: No. 2, 80c.
, quiet; No. 2. caKh 44UaW.
Hyc.quiot; Western, 7üftÎ3e.
Barley, steady; No. 1 Canuda, $1.
Dork, quiet ; »23.00*23.26.
Lard; quiet; $12.64.
Butter, firm ; State creamery, 88c
Sugar, dull : fair to good refined
Egg» steady ; Suite, 28^tt2V.
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5 .
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iu EDITION NOW ItKADY.
... „ , i# . , THE POCKET MAXIM f
A I ocket < yclopedla," Writers
, er»' Ready llefereiire Hook
(Jontain» over inuwo HynonymoiiAw
etgu \\ ord» and iMiru»es, alone worth price
the whole book ; Church Calendar; Ureal Ass.
b y Room«: Tille« used In United Slut
vint ion*: Rules for Punctuation ; F.llquette
iuii's Chancen of Marriage
-compiled statistic»; Interest, Dis
tune»', Area and PopulationTuhle»;Lllc maxims;
Parliamentary (.hurts; Business Laws, Rules,
V*«- : * erpetiial t'alundar; Domestic und Foreign
I ostal Lutes; St.'tiup Duties, laws, etc,; How to
IPad Human Nature; (!ost of Hie War; I «egal
Holidays; Language of Flowers, etc., etc., "The
very essence of a large library* '* 6Uc.. morocco:
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e,au-ll UI AntiSlrurt, l'l.lladi.||7lili,
UT
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Abl»re
all
sions;
•fully
W
fro
AGENTS
CAtiPKTi AMD VPBOUTBBtMO.
yj'CARTNEY, KENNY * CO., '
1
805 MARKET STREET,
lIKSTlTUTSBUtL
CARPETS,
FALL 1882.
CARPETS.
Best New Styles Body Brussels
and Velvets, $1.50 and
$ 1 . 00 .
CARPETS.
Best New Styles Tapestry
Brussels, $1.00 and $1.10.
CARPETS.
Newest Styles Tapestry Brus
. sels, 75 cents.
CARPETS.
New Choice Styles,Extra Super
Ingrains, .$1. PU.
CARPETS.
Newest Styles^ Extra Super
Cotton Chain Ingrain,
80 cents.
CARPETS.
Best All-wool Ingrains, 75
cents.
CARPETS.
Best Half-wool Ingrains, 60
cents.
CARPETS.
Best Cotton and Wool Ingrains,
50 cents.
CARPETS.
Best Rag in all Grades, 40,45,
50, 60 and 75 cents.
CARPETS.
Ilemp, 25 cents ; yard wide.
CARPETS.
Stair, Entry,Hall ; any width,
OIL CLOTHS,
Linoleum, Curtains,Upholstery
in all its branches.
Carpets Made and Laid,
Ever) thing in the
Carpet and Upholster
ing Business.
First-elms and satisfaction guaran
teed. Call aud examtue.
to
M'Carlney, Kenny & Co,.
No. 80i> Market Street,
INSTITUTE BUILDING.
sepa-im.c»
•VWBAT BTA*
ro?
^DESCRIBE
THE SUNDAY STAR.
11
u
ADVERTISE IN
THE SUNDAY STAR,
n
u
-Till
Only Sunday Newspaper
-IN
WILMINGTON.
All the Local
-AND—
Telegraphic News
Strictly Non-Partisan.
SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES AS
ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
AN
"THE STAR
»1
Is terved to «ubsciibcni rougliout the city
early on Sunday mornings at the
moderate price of
WTELVE CENTS A MONTn,PAYABLE
AT THE END OF THE MONTH..
SINGLE COPIES,
THREE CENT8
ADDKE88
J. B. BELL
• •
NO. 502 KINO ST
FQPRTH BÎm
WG FIRE AT
LAMOK]
Texas F
Oiscotwed in
1 ar hm,u of Cattle.
ever
THE.
WALKERS'
SCOI
V Th0 "H'k.
walk 'w'rîr^ui.r 7 «, T"
N '~ «Ä-*
The 2 p. m. score is :
Noremac 511, H ortv 528
_ Httghoa
T.xiti l r.r,
Chicago, Oct. «H.-Trra. f, v ,.r
coven*,) I,, 40 ,. ar |o,j,
arrive,I here from Kim,a, , „ f ...
lhnid. There is much ' )r
Union yard» in ennsequenee îl.? 1
are dead und «I«. h»U been ^
A Negri.'» Ileu.lly Work
KsnoRxr, Kam., Oct. SS.-Then,!
»11 wan killed, ht» wife waak,,
le«, Ida daughter was atabhed ft,«,
and hla watch ,lo K ,bol by » r „
Ilopaon, wbnae plxa he had lock,T
getting Into hla corn.
The Jeannette.
Wahiitxoton, Oct. 3S.-Lleut n
hower Ihla morning continued hist„y
of .he trip of the .leant elte eiuedltion
given.** ' y<> iniporU " t fact*
cuttle w
>rc
op
Dickson Ar re.teri
Wavbimotom, Oct. * 2 .—Foreman Di«
>;** arrr.lml tht« morning by Mar.lul
ll.ni», »ml hl« hearing I,», hen ««t f„r
afternoon. He any. |. e can vive ,
bond«. " *
Kur.k» Steel Werk". Ilurm,,|.
Cue»™., Oct. 2S.—The F.urck.
Work, at I.*inukln were dr«trnr«| |„
tide tiiorn no. Los«, |15U,lt0n; luaurcd
Hosiery,
glover and underwear ; an Immense
nient ami lowest price«. Cm»l,r
No*. 290 and 222 Market street.
i
Kiiv VA T I OS AU
EVENING SCHOOL
-Will
! 1
MONDAY EVE'G, OUT. 2, *82,
No. 4 , MiuonleTemple. I'm*«.»
lu I Ol Illation will apply to
1HL HAM I.W. MPKl'IIV,
rit«»! 1 . J. JACKSON I'lKI
In
«.•i. 2 c-nt-n
J^£APLEWOOD 1NSTITITE
BOTH SEXES,
I» 71 miles west of new Broad stmt
Phils. A Ball. 0
Courses of Study—EiiyUsli, But I nets, Sri
Slul class leal ; a thorough Client Dal ilepm
Huperbir opportunities ufferetl to roun
•I boy» to prepare for the la st Aweriri
«ge».
I'hilatleiphla,
rail
Degree»
conferred by ssthorltT"f thi
Listiire of l'ciinsylviiiU upon youug
taking a full course.
Itesillng taught by s flnt-rUn rlocution
Penmanship by s proftaor-master
bcautlee of the art.
Private Instruction given
cation has been neglected. A homo-Uktfj
meut for little boy». Twelve iiotructloin*.j
4. 8HORTLIDdE(YaleCoUcyc), A. M.J
clnal, Concord ville, Dth, Co., P»,
sufW-M
uHVoamrs.
J_£KALTU 18 WEALTH.
DK. K. C. WEST'S NERVE AND 1
TREATMENT, a »pc'clflrforHy*trrl»,IH«
, VerVou» Headache, Mental I
or Memory, SiHrmsUirrliau,
limitary RcinU»li
c
,ul»h
slon, L
tency, luvol
Age, eaii»ed by ov
over-Indulgence, which lead
- ; box will Cttiv
Mtr-.tii
..
■eut caw-,
•I death.
b«*x contain»
a Imx, or »ix boxe» for L
■celpt of price. We ifuara
any ease. With * «( h ord
forblx Inixe«, acoompauled wlthfi,
the purchaser a written guarantee
money if the treatment -Im-s »"t .
Guarantee Isiued only t»v N. |,A -;
l>ruggl«t,corner Hecoinl »• »•* Market »u*
mlugton, Delaware, ouuuetil.
• inonlti'»
iita 11
ut t*y
'I'RUSSES A SPECIALTY. I
X LARGEST STOCK IN THE 11
TRUSSES
To Huit any kind of Rapture. .
perlcnce. A fit guaranteed. Ajirly»t*'*|
meut for ladle». LADY ATI hM 1
Z. JAMES be:
APOTHECARY,
81XTII AVI. «VA It K ET STS., »'»'j
DKLAWAREdKFETlÄ
We h&ve Ju«t recetrccl » lirK«*'"*!
—or FINK—
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, TI'CT
INGRAINS AND DAMASK
CARPETIN (
of
-AlfO a I.rjre ««sort,,,'
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND
DOW SHADES.
«ÿ-Givc us a call amt satisfy I 0 "*-'
giving bargains.
self that
HENRY GKK
WILMINGTON. I>E
NOW SUFEEKIN';
COLDIERS
k3 WOUNDS
Vvidows, «ilner cbll'Jreii. deP^
father« of «.»Idler» who
SSaÄÄJssu-teSfÄ
( oiuiil.t« In.lriic-ttoi 1 « *.
PEIRCE & C0Ö
the iU<
Man) »
d'.-ii
Real Estate and Stock lh<»>
SIIII'LEY
Euhak II.
8. F. COR. SEVENTH AND
J. Jackson 1'kiuck.
jJ^EFFNEK'S
Oyster Bay and Din» 1
—Basement of
MARKET STREET.
12 Bl *iV
g Sil1
235
Meals served from 7 a. >»•
POSmVKCUM oUT
MEU10ATBI» 1W
16th, I s70,
Mît » 1 ' 11
A
yU.t.AN'H »OI.UBI.B
patented, OcloLcr
__One box of— or j
No * 1 Wl, !,î U c^Æ n C W n^Âu ,l «' , ' ! «
'"'.Cr!'it ÏÏ.
for circular. *'■ »<».,
i'jaun at'« 1, Ke "
of
i. G.
Uni»

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