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Hon.
J.
Hon.
Martin
SECOND EDITION
THE EXCELSIOR LEAVES
Stabbed Seven Times by a
* Negro.
FISH FOR DELAWARE
raent
THE EXCKLHIOK FINALLY OFF.
The lüg Steamer Gets Away at l O'clock
With Six Tugs Fulling Her.
At 1 o'clock sharp, this afternoon, the
large new Morgan steamer Excelsior, which
has been stuck at the wharf of the Harlan A
Hollingsworth Company, got started down
the Christiana, with two tug boats from
Philadelphia and four from Wilmington
pulling at her.
She passed down the creek all right, pass
ing through both Market, and Third street
nrldges without difficulty. On both bridges
crowds gathered to see her go by. The
sior was out of the creek by 9.30
o'clock, and ou hcr way down the Delaware.
Her flag* are ot half mast out. of respect
for General Whitney id New York
her of the Morgan company, who died in
that city a day or two ago.
y
the
I
a
itovo
No
in
A Dlshoneat Servant.
Yesterday afternoon Lillie Ylney, a young
colored girl, for some time past employed
No. 1U7 Market
gold watch and
A
by Frederick D. Moore
street, disappeared witli i
chain, a pair'of bracelets, three linger rings
ami some clothing. Word was left at police
A as the goods we
head(|uarters us
missed and the police w ere notified to be on
officer being stationed at
the lookout,
each of the colored churches and at the
dwpot. Officer He
ing from the ïïzion M. E. Church and took
her to the Hall, the goods being found in
her possession. This morning she pleaded
guilty and was held In $300 for her appear
ance at court. Mr. Moore was willing to
compromise the ease with the girl, but that
was not permitted by the Mayor.
found the girl com
-l
Carp for l>«la\v
Washington, Oct. 3U.— 1 The Fish Coin
missiouerh have u million carp ready for
transportation.
[Fish Commissioner M.
this afternoon about Delaware's chances of
gettiug auy o! the carp said to a Gazette
reporter that he had just received a letter
from Fish Commisfiouer Bald, stating that
î ready for distribution. He
many of them as he ran ami
through the
* when asked
a.
p.
the Ush
will get
commence distributing the
State by Novemlter 1. j
T

Disorderly Negroes.
Warrants have been issued for the arrest
of a number of the negroes who
a violent manner at the Friendship engi
house several evenings ago, and yesterday
Constable Wler arrested two of them, David
Hinson, charged with disorderly eouduct
and carrying concealed deadly weapons, and
Moses Watson, charged with disorderly eon
duet, and locked them up in the City Hall
cells. They will be give
magistrate Vaudegrift at 7 o'clock this eve
wing.
•ted tu such
a hearing before
"Cheap John's " Opening.
"Cheap John,'' (John 8. Row both am A
Co.) had a most successful opening in the
■w quarters, the old Gazette building, at
No. 41 ft Martlet street, on Saturday night.
The store
auctioneer plied a lively trade. They have
a much better location than Indore and
twice the room and a stovk which Ih varied
and extensive. Nothing like thuir full
stock is in yet, aud
will be carried on from this time out {huu
before.
ded and the versatile
more driving trade
Sunday Mishap*.
■Willie Booth, a boy, fell from
yesterday und sprained his left.
Clarence Minker, another lad, broke his
arm by falling from a bench. Robert Sim
mons, H years of age, fell into the creek at
Front street wharf yesterday and w
rescued almost drowned. On Saturday the
stricken with
tree
list.
father of S. N. Aude
his son's »tore
, 611 Market
î apoplectic tit
paralysis i
John Buddy fell In
at Fifth and Market streets yesterday.
street.
A Hands*
Wagon.
Schocn, the popular und enterprising
dealer in stoves, heaters and r;
iiO'.l and 205 Shipld>' street, ha* ju*t
froniC. W. Mur
s, at Nos.
ICciVed
I this city, a hands
l style. It
d is ncutlv
pm ol the latest impr
Is a ti
ornamented with tasty letterii
•ss. H;
* piece of workmanship ;
priate
g did the
The
with a lim: set of liâmes made
•hole job is hamlsoincly
jiainting.
finished oil'
by Verger.
t liurcli of the H««lc<
The Church of the Redeemer was crowded
last night on the oceush
mug. The
led by John W. Tqüd; Misa Latin
Foulk, organist.
the subjeet, "Cross and Crown." Tilt
front of the chancel rail
a lieu n tifu I ert
if the service of
•rviee was very line. The choir
d Mr. Kstli
prcachei
:
lr
as decorated with
and crown, made by Mrs
Morley.
llie next
ice «it
ill be
song w
the last Sunday in November.
held
New Itailot Itoxert.
New ballot boxes for the Scveteonth elec
hundred have
U*en procured, and will be used l«ir the first
time at. the Blute election. ,\ number of
fir
llstiiet of Wilmingto
lditioual ballot boxes were rendered m-e
gury by the redistrieting of the eil
ami in
lier of tlu old diKtriets the boxes
«mall, mi that it
as decided better t<

round.
A IÎ. & O. Pi
The Baltimore A Ohio Railroad ('<
r-Rny
lias bought 11 m* nt
Pittsburg i
the Pittsburg Southern. It, h intended t«
line hetwee
La
li
d Washington
»a , k
Tl 1
rebuild part of ihi* line
akc. it a btnud
d
their route" fn
est hy way of Wheeling
Pittsb
rg lo the.
Mu
a «;
Louis Schade, 1
Washington Sr nth
meeting of Germans to he held in Institut*
Hall on Wed
language,
of party, i
Meeting.
he editor of the
/, will ad«lre.«H ;
mas
'«day event
All lie
in the tier
s,irrespective
e invited
utti ud.
TI»« Water Witch Fair.
The Water Witeli fair will ei
Institute Hall «»
conti
ifienee ii
Ni.vtmber 21, and
ill
le thilTeer
days.
It in dobed that
friends will lorward their MibhoidptionB lo
tile col lector« uh
as possibie.
ill
doubt be
.
A < «
in I.
ade by a commission
t Hoiihî to-duy, into
J. Murphy, now in the
ui.shoiihe. It
or, in order
be appointed.
cy*
ill he
in lunacy at the C'<
1 lie (utility of Joh
î depart
Ill«- AI
•h' .
as ordered bv the C hancel!
that a trustee of hi« alfalrh c;
Keiuly tor Fttll lliisiness.
Our fall stock of but« and caps now in
ptorc. The mutt elegant stock of Derby
usual.
hut a we ever had made
Prices
the lowest in the city.
Bro., No. 404 Market street.
K. H. II
ford
&
Wliiteley »ml I.
The De
•et lug at Fourth and
ill be
ddressed by Col. William G. Wliiteley and
gressmun Martin.
Monroe streets Wednesday evening
<
Times Stabbed.
Woonsocket, R. I.,—John Howard, a
!Ven times by a
house of ill repute last
teamster, w
colored
stabbed
night, lie is still alive.
Those who
Gillespie & (!(
by telephou**. can do so l»y falling the K
change.
'ish to eoi
unieatc with
plumbers and gasfltte
DEMOC RATIC M EBTINW.
U*t ot Bpeakeri for Wilmington Thl»
Weak.
Tuesday—Ninth and Lombard streets,
Hon. William Dean, John R. Nicholson and
J. Frank Ball, Eaqe.
Wednesday—Fourth and Monroe streets,
Hon. William O. Whltcley, Hon. E. L.
Martin and others.
Friday—Maryland avenue and Linden
streets, Hon. John H. Payntcr, Ignatius 0.
Grubb, Esq., and Hon. John W. Causey.
Saturday—Sixth and King streets, lion.
Charles B. Lore and other distinguished
speakers.
Imported Coats.
W. M. Kennard A Co. have a large assort -
raent of ladies', misses' and children's im
ported coats.
«• Accept Our Uratltiftle."
Dr. K. V. Pierce, Huitalo. N. Y.-l>KAn Sir:
"Holden Medical Discovery" hns cured
y boy of a lever sore of two year's nuiuling
jceiit our gratitude. Yours truly,
llEXUY M iiitino, Uoston, Mass. infct
CITY ITEMS
Chas. H. Vary, I'hlla. Messenger,603 Market.
**nrterley & Co.. Photographers, 392 Market st
Before purchasing don't fall to call and
the --Magic and noyai'' Hanges, at Schoen's
Heater, Hange and Stove House, 299 to '213
Shipley street.
I >oos y
a new one? 1*» y»
itovo or range? it
Hunter. Hange and Stove House. 'A)U and 213
Shipley street, sind ho will give you a baguin.
No trouble to show goods.
stove need repairing ? Do you neod
wish lo exchange your
call at Sehocn'H now
TUE KA1LKOADS.
A Local Time table With th« Latest
Correction«.
TRAINS LKAVK WILMINGTON FOR
2.00*— 2.23* — Ö.3U — Ö.65 7.00 \— 7.60
8.16—9.00 J —9.39 J —9.58 t—10.30—11.63 a.
in;—I'2.U0t I0--12.16— 1S.3H— 1.63-2.30J —4.00
5.17*—5.30 f—£.10—0.38*—7.26— 7.30» —9.66*pUl.—
Nkw York
11.5.; a. m— 12.:iH—1.63— 6.17*—6.38*—7.26 p.«n.
HALTlNOnR—1.06*—1.42*—4.51*— 8.06* — 9.17
.— 12.2Ö— 1.00—l.Ot)—6.00—8.00—8.67—
r
2.00*—2.23*—8.30— 7.60— 9.60—
11.04* p. Ul.
Washington— 1.42*—4.51*—8.06—9.17 a. m:
-l 00—l.OU—fl.67—11.04* p. m.
HaLTIMoRU AND INTKKMKDlATa STATU»«—
l.05*-4U.17 10.00 a. m;—1.90—6.00 p. m.
* Trains running both dally and Sunday,
fTrain» running only on Sunday.
1 Connect at Gray's Ferry for old d«|»ot,
Hr-md and Washington aveuuo.
Dklawakk Railroad— 6.00*—9.10 a. m;—1.06
—3.00*—6.26f p. ui. No Sunday trains.
* For Now Castlo only
f For Harrington and Intermediate stations
WlLWlNOTON 4. NmUTHKUN RaI LUO A D—7.47 R.
m:—1.06—6.00—8.30 p. m. On Sunday for
Head lug and St. Peter—8.10 a. m.
Dklawakk Wkstkkn Railroad— 7.06—10.30
a. in;—6.30 p. in. Sunday trains 10.30a. in—6.00
p. in. _
T U AI NS A Kltl V H AT W l 1NGTON FKC >M
1*11 ILA DBLI'HI A— 12.60— 1.00—1.82*—4.47*—7
8.02*—U.12—o.u6—-10.luf—11.H6—12.36 a. ui;—lXbu
— 1.0? —2.30f —2.60—1.35— 4.54" 6.4D— 5.6!V—6.2C
—0.48— 7..*6f■*"7.56-~0.IiO— 10.3S-—10.68 p. in.
New York- 1.32*-4.47*—8.tn2f— 9.12 a. m;—
12.50— 1.07— 4.5Ô— 6.48
BaLTIMouk-1.51*— 2.13*—9.34—9.54—11.43 a.
in:—12.30—1.60—6.11*—0.3o*—7.24—9.49* b. la.
WàinMR08M.IB*41M1.4tl. m;—12.36
—1.60—5 11*—8.30*—7.24—9.49* p. ni.
* Roth daily und Sunday,
t On Sunday only.
Dklawakk UAiLROAD— 8.f0—10.15*a.m;—12.04
—6.05*— 6.05 p. m. No Sunday train*.
* From New Castle only.
WiLMiKOTON 4 North
8.40—11.36 a. m:—0.40 p. in. Ou Sunday from
Heading and St Peter at 7.10 p. iu.
Dklawakk Wuhtkrn Kailuoad— 8.00a. m;—
2.16 p. m. Sunday trains o.iu a. in.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LKAVL FOR WILMINGTON
Philadulvhia N kw Broad Sthkkt Dnror—
12.30*—3.56*—6.30—7.20*—8.00—H.21—8.36f—10.16
—11.30—11.60 a. in;—12.23—1.32f—1.32— 3.16—
4.02— 4.26— 6.06— 6.*A>- 6.66— 0.06f — 6.36 —8.30*
—9.30—10.00—11.32* U. m.
Rkoao akd Washington a vknur—6.30—6.00
—10.16 a. ui;—1.30—3.10—4.30—6.16 p. m.
Nbw Castlk— 8.33—10.00—11.46 a. m.—4.49—
6.49 it. in.
* lNiily and Sunday,
t On Sunuay only.
10.68 p. Ui.
.roai>— 6.26—
A
at
I^The black figure« deuote the Limited
Exprès« train«.
OUK MAILS
Their Arrival and Departure, Taking
Effect July I si, 1MK2.
The Post Office In this city will lie open dully,
sept Sunday, from 6.:iu a. in
Private boxes arc accessible until 11 p.
Sundays open from 8.au to 9.;
boxes accessihle from
sale »tamp window will close at 6.30 p. u
money order office wlP close at Ö.U0 p. in.
MA1LU OLOBK AS FOLLOWS ;
. to 9 p. IU.
. On
. Private
wiiole
. The
0 to 8 p. in.
I he
Wilmington A Northern Railroad to Reading
Pa., and points on the Baltimore Central south
or ChadiP* Ford, 7.40 a. m. .
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.3o a. m.
Philadelphia and way mall, 9.U0 a. in.
New York, Pennsylvania and points east and
west, 9. a. m.
Deli
of
Western Railroad to Igui<lcnt>crg,
Philadelphia, Now York city, Pennsylvania
l New Jersey. 11.50 a. lu.
Philadelphia, New York and all points cast
d west, 1.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and
and west, 4.4o p. in.
Phlladclplfta and New York eitle«, closed
pouches, 9.36 p. iu.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all
points west and southwest 9.36 p. w.
All points north, east, west aud southwest,
10 .
and
all points oast
:
11 .
All Liuisiana in sent
which
*8t except New Orleans
£-nt south on through mail«.
be
SOUTH.
nitfmore and way
W anhington and all pol
All point« on the Peninsula, 8.3ua.
Supplementary
ail, 7.40 a. ra.
south, 7.40 a. ra.
of
il for the Peninsula, 9.00
llaltiinoro, Washington and all poluts south,
1*2.30 p. 111.
Newark, Ltkton and
Newport, Stanton,
avru do Grace, 12.»
Point.« on Baltimore L'e
in
ul. between Pori «le
*0. it, Northeast and Cliadd * Ford.12 30 p. m.
Baltimore
t<
«1 Bay Line .steamers,4.4Up. m.
'•inlnsula nortli of Harrington,
4'ltyuiiil St. George«, 6.6u p. ui.
duiling
Delaw;
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south

li
11.
I». w.
mails ahrivk
RBADT VOR DKLIVERT.
gton ûi Northern Kallroud,
I I.
Wll
0 30 p. in.
I
New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and all otlicr p«>i
, 6.:
!*•
Philadelphia, New York and points
ht and wc;st. 8.3U a. in.
•rtli, e:
i
ill froi
I'hilodelpiila, 8.30 a.m.
Peninsula and all north of Harrington
:,V
Lro
0.15
Baltimore and way mall, 9.60 a. m.
From Baltimore, 12.30 p. m.
sula mail, 12.30 p. m.
I
I
Pc
Fro
New York and points
. 1.30 p. III.
ii
r
Baltimore, Washington and jioints
ill
south, 2.
From Delà
are Western Railroad, 2.20 p.m.
York and points
>, Washington and points
st. 6.40 p. m.
: 6.30 a. m. gen
ii. in., generul; 4.00
lo
From Philadelphia,
north and cast, 6.4o p. m.
Ne
Baltin;»
d south
• urrlers «teil v
into
the
It
. iu., partial; 1.;
in., partial.
Collections fro
P.
Ftroet boxes are made by the
«I 10.00 a. in.,1.3o and 4.
An additional collection will be m
m. from all boxes between Julie
«I Water
riers at 0
ado at 7.30
un«4
<1 Thirteenth street«
>n Sunday a full collection will ho
I». in. IjOCuI letter« for carriers'
delivery should (»«deposited In the Post Office
ten minutes before tlie hour of delivery.
W. Y. SWIGGETP.Postmaster.
.ouiliard
inclusive,
ma «le at 6.
in
DEATHS.
&
WALSH.-On I he 291 h Inst., Michael Walsh,aged
•I friend« of the family
I to att«-nd the fu
South Adams
•filing ul 9 o'clock. High
tholic C'huri-h. Intcrincut
I h
-elatives a
lull\ inx ll
r«sf
I Ml t .

:
and
be
and
I
Ih
I atlu-dral
^yiLSON'o
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
61« KING STREET.
a
a
last
Connected with Telephone Exchange.
Call — -
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WIL80N,
fcnkhal Director.
2-12-14
ClOTKTSa.
We'll Surprise You
if you will \just stop in
and see some of the nice
things in fine Clothing
which wc have made up
for this season,
goods are such as would
dc credit to any Merchant
Tailor, and the workman
ship is far superior to
Ready-Made Clothing so
called. Wc made up this
entire line as an experi
ment, but, success is
assured bevond a doubt.
W e have already sold
more fiue Clothing than
ever before so early in the
seasons. The Prices are
from $8 to $10 a suit
lower than Custom Cloth
ing and we intend to make
lor Wilraingtonians an
establishment of which
they will be proud.
The
J.T. MULLIN & SON,
CLOTHIERS,
Sixth ami Market.
el2Mts-tf-8l
LI y Kit F H TA HLT.H.
'|M108. FAGAN ,1} CO.,
LI VERY STABLE,
Nos. 204-206 Orange St.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
id Coaches
ended with Hears«
to hire.
Funerals «...
All kind, of tes
WEDDINGS FURNISHED.
23-t,»-tf-H
T. STROUD,
Livery, Boarding and Sale
Stables,
NOS. 100, 111 A 110 WEST STREET.
Wll.l
We have refitted
INGTOV, IlKLAWAUK.
stables with a
id furrlnge«.
I'
Klb
^DAMS AND BROTHER,
No. 504 Market Street,
—CHEAP—
Cash Variety Store,
FIRE WORKS,
I
DRY GOODS.'
HOSIERY
NoVlONH
LADIES' ft GENTS'
UNDERWEAR,
BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS
CROCKERY, TIN.
GLASSWARE,
RAG. HEMP,
ING RAIN AN1>
»TA1K CARPET,
STAIR RODS,
CURTAINS
Largest »nd cheapest Une of Stair, Table
Floor Oil Cloth*, Lamp*, Lanterns, Vases in
variety. Table ami Pocket Cutlery
W' agon », V cl oe l ned v», Toy m of id 1 dene r I p
lions, Doll*. IMMIentlH. Doll-IImlles, Dofl
Carriage». The largest, cheapest an<! heat line of
BABY CARRIAGES iu the State.
—KOLB AG K V »OR—
HARPER'S BAZAR PATTERNS.
• î
It will pay yen to call and examine our varletv
of goods and prices before purchasing.
BASE BALLS & BATS
5-18-12-45- 1 1,V w
HOUSE
—AND—
*1
m
SIGN
PAINTING
—ALSO
FBESCOIN a
4^Neatly aud Piompily Exccut««l."%4i
G. W. B0ULDEN
?
No. 307 King Street.
«
7.8-2f-tr
( I
! REAT HUSH
O Y S T EUS!
J. T GARDNER,
OR. SEVENTH AND SHIPLEY STS.
has a<lded
or- 1 mJ p to Ids business, niul is no
Mippiy nil person« witli OYSTEHS i
. Ills wagon Will «Il liver oyMers t«»
•f tin* «dt v. « inters tell with the driver
:
si
will
12-111114
»«• promptly
I > ROSS ME R & SCHEU,
Fresco, House Sc Sign Painters,
NO. 210 E. FOURTH STREET,
WILMINGTON, del.
11 alls,
Oil, Wat.i
«cl on all wo
«
tiarclics
amt
Vestibules
er fob
iep7-tts. ini
i
Dl hi e,„,
Hullsfacll«
FUltS.—Exclusively— FURS.
WEBB
lias opened
.»lete iissortliieiit «,r Lndles*
KURS, also, FUR GLOVES ami El It CAPS f«.r
121-10
Me
d Boys.
PENSIONS TO ALL
isabled Ly
!
Uarrh
:
pi urc los«
syeslght, It
.ih
I
.li
sc or hurt hy,
tension. Wi.l
I
given y
Hifwn.nilluiii
Pensions procured where dis*
discharges obtained. Bon*
d pensions for all deserters.
Pensions Inciirasbj
o per nionlh. RKIBCTEn i>en*
Biiecialty. Advice FRfeli. Ad-frcs*
B. F. Pritchard.Wasliiiigtou, D. C*
titl
open
Is lost. N
■ r >'•
fAu
loncfiim.»
with sump)
UARD.
To all who
cr tlo
* Buffering from the error« of Imlls
•nd
loss Of inanhoiid,' et«-., .
will eure you. FREE OF
remedy was dis.-«
rly decay,
ci-lpe I hut
Phis great
Simili
will
II AI
i
,1«
r Iu
lope to tlu
Rkv. JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station J), New York
octf-tts-ly-lO
America.
•M I I I I
City.
MAGNIFICENT SQUARE,
II • Tf » GRAND Emerson Piano; I ImL price,
Ç8U0.
200 ELEGANT 7 1-îJ OCTAVE,
FULL AGRAFFE, double iu
; lut price, ÿson.
305
PI A NO $40; good «lx octave pianos.
|jfT HANDSOME NEW STYLE
l f ï t I * PARLOR Organs; list price, *2no.
H. F. IÎOHF.I.KN,
octdU-lt No, 710 Mark«-i street.
ouldlng

STEINWAY
UPRIGHT
HIRD EDITION
A TERRIBLE, DISASTER
The Steamer Gulf of Panama
Wrecked.
A SALOON BLOWN TO ATOMS
TWENTY-TWO PEUPLE DROWNED.
The Steamer Gulf of ranarna Wrecked oil
Tex el.
London, Oct. 30.-—The steamer Gulf of
Panama has been wrecked off Texsl.
TweuU>-two persons were drowned.
The Oaring ltrookflehl Rubber«.
Woonsocket, R. I., Oct. 30.—Two of
the West BrookUeld store robbers we
covered by Sheriff Bacon on a Providence
and Worcester train, this morning, near
They Jumped off and
Oue hundred persons
dta
Blackstone, Mass,
took to the woods.
e lu pursuit.
Temperance Dynamite Fiends.
Palestine, Ind., Oct. 30.—Joseph Rein
was destroyed by dyuainito
this moi nlug. The building was blown to
atoms and the adjoining building was in
jured. This is the fourth explosion of this
kind iu saloons in 18 months.
llurnet! by a Kerosene Lamp.
Boston, Mabh., Oct. 30.—Mrs. Beales of
Wilmington, formerly in charge of the din
ing department at Harvard, was burned to
death yesterday by the upsetting of u kero
sene lamp.
lun di 's sah
Il ur bur's Searching Fart y .
Washington, Oct. 30.—A dispatch from
Lieutenant Harber at Bulun, says :
"Schooner working well, and will begin
work on the Lena Delta July 5, with lour
parties."
Fart of llobln«on's Navy,
Washington, Oet. 30.—Commander
Barker reports that he lias repaired the
monitor Mohawk und she cun make only
four knots, her boiler being too small.
Mm. Hayes miu! MlMitloiiury Work.
Cincinnati, ().,Oet. 3u.—The Woman's
embied lids
Home Missionary S4ociety
morning, Mrs. Kx-Fresident Hayes presld
ing.
Hklnny Men.
"Wells' Health Uencwer" restores health
and vigor, cures Dyspepsia, Impotence,
Sexual Debility. $1.
•Lydia K. Pinkhnin'S \ euetahle 4'onipound
is a positive
» for all thoi
bust female population.
TUK CITY MAHI4KTH.
What We Flat and What We Fay Tor It—
To-day's Street Mark«! Oiiotutioux.
MKATU AND PROVISIONS.
Hotter, per pound,
Frk», wholesale, pe
Kkks. retail, per do
Chickens, retail, per imuiul
Uhlokens, per pair.
Spring chisktMis, per pair..
Nüringehlekens, per pound
t'liiokens.per p«l. wJiolesule
Sirloin stuuks pur pound ...
Hump steaks per pound...
Hound steaks per |>ound...
Klb roast per pound.
Chuck
.• .38 ft f .40
r dor. en .X! (g) .23
oson_
.20
t
1.
! |0
1.
.17
.11
.14
.26
JO
M
SB
.1H
,2a
JO
•*tpur pound.
Stewing pieces.
Moiling hits per pound.
kihliiH, per pound.
Kidney Tat,per pound.
I«ainb chops, per pound.
I jamb roasts, per pound.
Mutton chops, per pouud...
Mutton rousts, per |>ound...
V«ul cutlets, per pound.
Veul roasts per pound.
Hams, wholesale, per pound
Hams, sliced, per pound.2U i
Shoulders, wholesale,per pound .12)4
Shoulders, retail, per pouud... .14
Bacon, retail, per pound....
Sausage, smoked, per pound
S ua sausage, per pound
lead cheese, per pound
Puddiugs, tier pound.
Lard, wholesale per pound.
Lard, retail, per peund.
Cheese.
.14
.16
.12
. .10
.10
. .08
.26
.16
.16
.20
.12
.16
.26
.16
.IS
.16
.17
.16
.16
.10
.io a
.12
.10 Q
.12
•12X
.16
. .08 &
.12
fish.
Lobsters, per pound...
Black fish, per pound.
Rock fish, i
Porgles, per pound.
Wblto Perch, per pound
Trout, per pound .
Halibut, per pound .
Cattish, per pound.
Mackerel, per piece.
. .16
• .U.H
nd
.U
.10
.12
.12 mi
.16
.lo
.20
.12
.16
. .12
BKHIUIM AND FRUIT#
Han annas, per dosen .
Lemons, per «losen .
Oranges, per dosen .
Grapes, per pound, wholesale
Grape«,per pound, retail.
Apples, per hulf peek.
• .20 ft»
.20 y
.28
.30 ti
00
.02
.< 6
. 1 -
. .18
l.ocai «juotauon«.
CoRRKorKD Daily by Tun William
Sons Cum ta i
Lka
V, ItRANDYWINK MlLUy—
Whkat Flour.
.rua t*kk har'l. wholesale,
Wm. lAia N. Sou« 'Best' Holler
$7 16
do 0 9«t
0 76
0 60
6 60
do 4 26
per ton.
retail.
Patent
«7 06
Cilflon F.F.F Extra
Poutuxat F. do. Family do
Kirkwood Holler Ground
Occidental
Superflue
VBXD.
Hcht middling«
He«t «hip «tuft,
Uuffln«,
Cutllns,
Corn short«,
Bran,
7 4u
7 26
ia
»
4 76
17
per hundred.
82 <>64i>2 IU
2 104*2 16
1 984*2 03
704*7b
<-orn meal, fine yellow, 36.60
t'orn meal, white,
meal, coarse,
(Screenings,
84.M
« •
GRAIN.
per bushel
Prime yellow corn,
Prime long-berry wheat.
I 10
VttOKTAULKS.
New potatoes, p
New iMiti
barrel. 2.50 Ü
;s, per hall-peek.
per basket...
half peck
.16 4*
.26
it potatoes,
.40 6*
.16 (,*
.60
Sweet potat
1 «»in it toes, per half peck
Tomatoes, per crate.
Uuhlmge, per head.
Crate onions, per crate..
Grate onions, per half pock
Radishes, per bunch.
String beans, per half peck,
Lima beans, per basket....
beets, per bunch.
, per basket....
. t»cr dozen.
Egg plants, per piei
" ips. per hull p«*
Celery, per bunch...
.18
I
.12
.10
.36 44
70 44
.20 44

,uo
.03
.10
•V
.40 44
.03 (UI
,6u

.66 44
.76
«
.16 44
.03 44
.18
.06
•k.
.10
.09 ©
.12
Ni
York Markets.
Nkw York,O ct. 30.—Flour, dull; No. 2 State,
92.90R3.76.
Wheat, steady: No
Corn, : No. 2. 84nh7
t lats, dull ;
Bye, quiet : Western, 70a73c.
Barley, dull ; ungraded Canada, 81.06.
Pork, quiet ; 823.ooa23.26.
I«ard; No. 4, 812.05.
Hug
But
Uggs li
2 red winter, fl.07.
. cusli.
«•miiiul.
, «lull ; fair to good
dined. 7%a7jj.
:ady ; State creamery fancy, 38C.
; State, 29a30.
ter.
J'LHSONAL.
|JOTICE.
iu EDITION NOW HEADY.
..a t , TI1K POCKET MANUAL.
"A Pocket f'yclop< «lla, " Writers ami Travcl
f'ontalii«
clgn W«u
the whole I
lily lb*
vlatl«
k ; Cluirch Cal« ii«lnr; G
«I iu United SStnt«-«; Ah
Punctuation; Ktl«|iic
•'»'h riiuii«'4s <»f Marriage
un pii« «! HtutUtlcu; In terest, Dht
ee, Arcauml 1 <i|»iilatl<>iiTalili-«;ldf*' maxhii«;
I arilaimutary Charts; Business Laws, Rules,
V»*'*.' i if*. 1Ul il ^ rt,u ndar; Doim-Htlc ami Foreign
P«»stal Kates; »lamp Duties, Laws, etc. ; Ilow to
Ibajl Htunan Nature; Cost of the W
Holidays: Lauguiigc of Flowers, etc.
. u .i ce of a large library, '' 60c., inoroceo;
VyANTEI) " ty • 1,üü * "'»bed. AGENTS
mis Words; F
»rtli price
real Asm*
!
Titles
: Itul« « r.
for
ten-i
Ion«; \\
îfully-co
fri
'X'
E. C. RIFFEL AOO„ l'llbll.hnrn,
831 Arch Street, Phlla«lciphia,
6,20-tf
IJEFFNER'S "
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
—llftNcmont of—
235 MARKET STREET.
. to 12 night.
&fcals served from 7 a.
28-8tn-14
DHY BOOM.
Hpeeial Ba rgalna-B n a— H.
HIVE
BEE
306—Market St—306
WE ARENOWtHOWTNO THE
Largest and Best Stock
-or
a
BROCADES,
SATINS, PLUSHES,
VELVETS,
DRESS GOODS
AND TRIMMINGS
SILKS,
we have ever offered, and many
decided bargains among
them
A Very Attractive Stock
I >F —
HOSIERY,
GLOVES,
UNDERWEAR,
AT OU It USUALLY LOW PRICE».
R. L. RUSSELL,
306 Market Street.
luvl-Sfi-inwf
Kuncy Hosiery and Underwear.
ly EW (,Ol W I
S. Ii. STAATS,
Market Street,
No. 405
IS OPENING AI. MOST DAILY
i<l beautiful dfklgUE
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
FANCY HOSIERY
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
Al.su opening a large and WKLL
BELKCTKD BTtX'K OK
Ladies', Gentlemen's and
Children's
Merino Underwear
?
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES
New Dree« Good«, Ac., at Hhar|Ni.
WILLIAM B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED FRICKS.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Dlreot from the Importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
The largest stock
have ever offered.
—Also a full Hue of
Carpets and Oil Cloths,
From 35 cents to |2.00 per yard.
WM. B. SHABP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
r |MIK PUBLIC IS REQUESTED CAKE
A FULLY to notice the new aud enlarged
: to Wc drawn monthly.
49-CAPITAL PRIZE, *75,000.-»
I y |5. Shares in proportion
»«•lie
Ticket»,
;\
fn
»
IjOuisiana State Ijjtteky Co.
Incorporated In 1H68 for 25 y«*ar« by the Legisla
ture for E«lucatl«nial ami (ImrlLuhlu piirp«i»c»—
with a capital «if |l,UUU,U00-to which u rewerve
fund of fVSl,UUU ha* since Ina n added.
Hy an o
rwm-luiliig popular
de a part «»I th«
?«1 Dec-1
«•Uly L
b]T the people «if any State.
»«•ale* or i»«»stp<nies. ITS GRAND
N UM HER DRAWINGS Uke place
i Its franchise
■nt Slate Constitution
, 1879.
oî:
ado
try ever voted
an«l endorsed
It
SINGLE
11 1 1 v .
11,11 OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A
FUKTIJN E. ELEVENTH GRAND DHAW1NG,
ULAMS !.. AT NEW ORLEANS, TUKS
DA\. NOVEMBER 14th. 1 »82- USJth Monthly
Drawing.
Lo«ik at
th«* following scheme, under the
c «unervlHlon him! maiiagcinent ofGKN
G. V. REA 1 1 It KG A |(| ) of La.,
GENERAL .IUIIAL A. EARLY or Va.,
till* Company, Imth
'iiit-aiinual, 'and attent the cor
oi the piiliil»li« «I Ulllcial List».
Ia
•I 11 si vi
EUAL
I
Ii
manage all the drawing»
ordinary
recti»«'
Capital Prize, $75,000.
100.000 Tl UK WT8 AT FIVE l>OLL A ILS KAU
FRACTIONS, In FIFTHS In PROPORTION
riUZKH:
LIST
1 f'apUal Prize of.
1 < 'ajillai Prize of.
1 Capital Prize of.
2 I'l l/.
6 Pris
10 Prl/.
20 Prlz
too P
300 Prises of
» 75,000
. 25,000
. 10,000
»f ¥U
*»r 2,000
of 1,000
«»r goo
12 ,
I0.U00
es of
. 30, (MX)
. 26,000
. 26,000
fioo Prizes of
1,000 Prizes of
25..
A l'rUdXIM ATION 1'ltIZBH
9 Approximation Prizes of |7fiO...
9 " " 600...
.| 6,750
4, MU
2,260
1,987 Prizes, amounting to.1286,500
ly be
Application for <
ade to the «»tllcc i
For further Infi
rates to dut»« Hlimilil
of thecouipuiiy ln New Orte
a formation, write clearly, giving
full aihlrcas. fck-ud orilcrs by express or Kegls
Moncy Order, adure>sed only Vo
tered letter.
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
'ventli Street, Washington, D. C.
Orleans w
o.:ttl-»1, wH-w.f
Dr, M. A. DAUPHIN, st
«07
N. B.—Orders a>l«lre«scd to N
NMl
fttleutlon.
I»r«»
I XELAWAKE CARl'F.T HOUSE,
1 ' NO. 30D MAKKKT Hl'UKET.
We have Just received a large stock
—OK FINE—
TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, THREE-PI.
INGRAINS AND DAMASK
«Y
CARPETINGS
—Alifb a large
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND WIN
/ DOW SHADES.
•I t HI*
Of
*PUive
a call and satisfy yourseir that
giving bargainu.'4tJ
are
HENRY
GREBE,
WILMINGTON. DK 1
J^OTICE.
—jI kt rkc-kived—
1,000 Pairs More
-OF
Those $1.00 SHOES.
EWING, (» E. F'ront Streot.
First stot
froi
Market. o« t28-M
»mroATêtAM
gUBSCRIBI TO ?
The
THE SUNDAY STAR.
a
ha«
Porte,
cecd
t f
ADVERTISE IN
THE SUNDAY STAR,
U
clde»
has
Only Sunday Newspaper
-IN
fall
WILMINGTON.
All the Local
-AND
Telegraphic News
h
Strictly Non-Partisan.
SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES AS AN
ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
"THE STAR
V
A
the
Ia served to subscriber* rongliout the city
early on Sunday morning» at the
moderate price of
I
(MX)
MU
WTEI.VK CENTS A MONTH, PAYABLE
AT THE END OF THE MONTH.
be
SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS
«Y
are
1
ADDRESS
J. B. BELL
NO. 502 KING ST
FOURTH EDUi.A
WIRED UNDER THE
sea
The Old World X CW8
terest.
°f In*
— « -
EGYPT AND THE PROPHE'
FOUEMIR news to.
COHRTAKTIXOFLI.Oct ft) f n
ha« made renewed rcnri-«.».
Porte, regarding propoLl r,'f ° UH .
administration of Armenia f 0,8 iu lll <
WOM.L1YTOOQTOBALMORW
lA)Nimx, Oet. 30.—General \v, i i ,
received commands from the olr ' y :ai
cecd to Balmoral. 1
OIKMAW APPRO VAT. Or I'RITI-l,
Rerun, Oct. 80.—Captain li, '
German attache to the British I ' Ul<
Egypt, report. the «ermu," *
t f ^™ b, y tonduct or tbe u',*
day.
t" th«
to
pro)
Timors
AFTER TME FALBE PROIMIF.T
duo. Oct. HU.—The C.Wi.ci .
clde» to »end „ .trong force u, S„,,V
suppress the insurrection horde,I
raise I'rrrphet.
1UKKR r asiia's rttoniux
:
t>y th
,, „ ADOPTED,
Cairo, Oct. 30.-The Egyptian Minktr
has adopted Baker Pasha* luilitarx ri
grain. • i'«
THE BET m illETi,
Tunis, Oct. 30,-Tlre dead R PV 8ll ,
M.limned LI Sadok, was hurled
(freut pomp atrd a French military i
Til* ITALIAN ELECTION.
Roms Oet. SO.-Thc elections for th
Chamber of Deputies ycsl-nlay reauli.
larirely in a proporlion of Proenwl
Moderate, being elected,
napoleon's
Paris, Oct. JO.-The Prince Naiwlcon
preparing a new Imperialist ipolllhsl , lu »
festo.
ort.
NEW MAXIPHSTO.
■noland's mo iuin tall.
London, Oet. 30.—The punrinmis raj
fall during the past fortnight was n,vu ti
gallons.
A SOrtAURTlC RIOT.
Liu.k, Oct. 30.—There was
terrih
socialistic riot at yesterday *s demonmnuii
lietwcen the party and the opponent* i
Louise Michel. The polhe suWue.l tl
mob.
TF.LFGKAPHK 1IKKY1T1KS.
Cincinnati, Oct. 3ü.— B. Benjamin
Co., rolling mill, have made ah
bond, ffkl.OOO.
Washington, Oct. 80.—'Trunk lines lui
agreed to allow half rates lo vUitor» tod
Garfleld monument fair.
Cincinnati, Get. 80.—Charles Knote,
newsboy* was crushed to death by the ej
vator III the office or the l'rnmj fajxr.
Mini'Hysboko, It.t.., Oet. no.-Fara
Sterling Smith was shot anil killed by f
unknown man in the woodf, Saturd
night.
Cincinnati, Oct. OO.r-John StoliU'l«
was found hanging this innrnintr in t
Burnet Woods Park, lie had eummitl
suicide.
Washington, Oct. 30.—In the Sotil
murder ease to-doy six jurors wereob
The panel was exhausted. Court adjourn
till to morrow.
Cairo, III.. Oct. ao.—Burglars carried
ton safe from Broutty's saloon after killil
the watch dog, hut were scared off bcfij
blasting it, leaving It in the alley say.
Jacksonville, Fla., Oct. 30.-T]
French astronomer* arrived at •'ft. Auyi
tine, Fla., t«vday to vie» the Intuit J
Venus. They have 70 casi'.' ol matruiucii
:
MSJIUVATIOSAL
R UÜBÏ
EVENING SCHOOL
—Will reopen on
MONDA Y EVE'0, OCT. 2, 'S3,
MI No. 4, Masonic Temple. |Vr»un»*>
will apply to
DR. H A M L W. MI KI'IIY.
or PltoK. J. JAChsoM'lk»
h
Informal!«
Sc] .26-61-14_
V|~ AP^KWOOD INSTITUTE
—FOR—
BOTH SEXES,
est of new Bni.nl St rot
I'hlla. & Balt. Central It
1* 22 inlU-s
plillailclphla,
Courses or Study—English, Nunlm «, ^ '
1.1 C):i»»lcal ; a thorough (.licmlcal 'l» , l»» r
Hupcrlor opportunities offer«'! . .
«I lM»ys to prepare lor the Went Am'-r i
ege«.
conferred by »ullinrltvorUie I
you «I! I*
Degrees
Mature of Pennsylvania »I»«'
taking a full course.
first-class elocutionUt.
—master of
Head ing taught hf a
Penmanship hy a professor
beau lie« of the art.
'rlvate Instruction given to those
A liome-hkc«
Twelve matructlonà.
cal Ion has been neglecte«!.
ment for little boy«.
.1. SHOIITI.1UOK (Vsle ColIcKe). *■ M " 1
elpal. foncordvllle. Cl..
|'KA ! TEA 1 TEA !
of verv choir*? " r *
ourjnstiy
Hundred ClietU
•Ived, among Uic*
These go« id«
(I A
TEAK Just
d 80c.
chop aud deserve a
• all choice»
trial by ah loU '
50
of I
new lnv
jl.H'lm
also constantly receiving
Java,
Wc
tliaice
d MaracRllH* Coffees. < •»
choice Hrcaklast t
•i|unllw«I auywhcr«*.
ol COFFEES.
Laguay
IH, 20, 22 an«l
Which Is
roasted Kiuler
• Spice« a specialty.
li
at 1
•ottrG
«'mal öiiper' 1 »
our
I*'
orippen'B
• —TEA STOKE—
No. 5, E. Second St., WiL 1
RUCK WHEAT MK-V
article of frwli
Just received a lino
-AT
J. J. SMITH'
FOURTH AND 8HIPI.EV STä.
A poalTIVEC wm. 0 u T
ALLAN'» SOLUBLE MK1IIU*' 1 ^
P.triUiMl, October 16tb, i®
-One box of
u in four day* "
ni.ist ob«tln* lt '
HgDlClX*

I' ■
No. l will cure any
J will cur.- the
li,alter of »"' v "BgPif "fc - -, r
Ol »iintiftl'wotMl, tlnvt
srx£i
J. c. ALLAN CO.-^
M John Street _
N
mail'!* ot
i»r«*«li"'c «
lanl*
eckwear.
N
a i g aii'l * ,inl,n
©HI R^sSon
Our One Dollar Shirt city* .
: «
MEN'S
A full line ol
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