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SECOND EDITION
A FIRE IN BALTIMORE
11.68
10.00
11.04*
—1 I
*
j
Broad
*
f
a.
-8.10
Turned to Death in a Concert
Hall.
CAiviERON GETS THE DOUG y
CAMKKON'H MISSION.
Collectine *60,00» to Help Have retmayl
v»nla to the Stalwarts.
Philadelphia, Nov. 2 —Senator J. D.
Cameron, who »pent yeßterday in New York,
cum* to this city thin morning, bringing
with him $ 60 , 000 , thc fruits of a day's soltef
tiition of campaign money among thc
Wealthy Stalwarts of Gotham. The amount
h< just' $ 100,000 lets thar. he expected to
r.iibv, but campaign collectors are not
liberally rewarded this year anywhere, and
ti. Pennsylvania boss did comparatively
vieil. The arguments lie advanced to induce
contributors to be liberal were as singular
a- they were forcible. In preseutiug the
c:.m* to several gentlemcu the Senator said :
New York is irretrievably lost, and money
•pent in an effort to save Folder i* ammuni
tion wasted. Unless funds are forthcoming
Pennsylvania is also hopelessly gone. If,
however, sufficient money is raised, Penn
sylvania can be saved, and, thus preserved,
will form a nucleus around which to build
a Stalwart organization in 1884. If Penn
sylvania ^oce. the Administration party iH
stranded, and the first duty of every Stal
wart is obviously to look out for Penssylva
If Beaver's election is secured, I will
take care of >884. "
Thus appealed to, the amount specified
was secured, and the Senator returned to
h:s own dominion with what comfort less
than half a loaf affords.
p.
12 .


2.16
i) a.
A BALTIMORE F1IIK.
6.4V
burned to Death—N arrow K»
Oiic Mi
cap««.
Baltimore, Nov. 3.— At three o'clock
this morning the Arlington Concert Hall
wus partially destroyed by fire. Madam
jlusleed and a female Inmate escaped by
jumping from a window, and received
.* iiijuries. John \V. Person, a stock
burned to death. James
•ev
Uroker,
McKinney, barkeeper, was sllijhtly burned
The loss to the building was small.
as
Opening.
Tomorrow, Saturday, the 4th inst., is
opening day at Messrs. Wood & Bancroft's,
IN«», tifi-4 Market street, when they will dis
play the most decant and beautiful assort
ment ol Christmas cards probably ever pre
e. n:ed for the inspection of our citizens.
'These cards htc* specially selected from the
following celebrated makers und designers,
viz : Prang's prize cards, Hlldcrcbimer's,
4>hachcr's and Miss Leggett's celebrated
prize cards, with a full assortment of other
noted makes and ail of designs, finish
aiud style tlie very latest, at prices to accom
modate all. Notable among this truly
-perlativc collection are cards and banneretts
«>f original design, and executed especially
Tor Messrs. Wood A: Bancroft by special artists
in India ink, representing winter scenes and
designs pertinent to the holiday season.
They extend a cordial invitation to every
body to call and inspect their magnificent
«•Oilection of Christmas cards, banneretts
an«l other urtlcles appropriate for holiday
tfilL«. _ .
of
Tlie Ampliitrite All Right.
A dispatch from Washington this after
: « >n statt s that the Naval Advisory Board
visited Wilmington a lew days ago and re
port that the monitor, Amphitriite, lying at
tlie docks of tht; Harlan & Hollingworth
Company, is in a satisfactory condition, and
the bad condition as reported.
Several changes are necessary, but the
Board will not make any recommendations
at present.
The Clot ï
Kill.
London, Nov. 3.—The entire Irish party
<li«l not vote against Gibbon's two-thirds
majority amendment to the Cloture bill in
last night's division as indicated in the first
»r di«l nil tit«* members of the Lib
. ill» th«-Government. Three
Irish Home Ruler and fifie
338 mem I »era who followed the
minority leader into the opposition lobby.
Liberals were
Mors Itiottms Nogroe*.
This morning a report was in circulation
that a colored man had been killed iu a
«Irunkcn scutHc at tlie Columbia Inn, on thc
Kennutt Pike, la»t evening. On iuvestiga
• tide morning, it wus ascer
without foundation. A uum
ber of blacks called at the suloon last
ning in a drunken condition and engaged in
a row but no one was injured.
Sheen's
heat« r, range and stove house. Nos. 200 and
'il-1 Sidpli'y street, is having a large sale of
tlie "Exi'clsior Portable Heater'' and the
'•rfuxon Hut Air Puiyiacc." The li
placing one of "Saxon's Hot Air Furnaces"
■copied by a rail
road official. Th«* above furnaces
nio^t compact, efficient and durable ever
«»ffered, and therefore supply a want long
died..
tin: «::
•«I to be
in a «1 well ing at Dover,
t be
Cicttlng K
ily to Watch V«
ITautfokd, Conn., N«»v. !». —A party of
obtronotners toobse-ve the transit
Venus from this point have arrived and
»elected tin: grounils of Trinity College as the
point ol observât i<
in the college buildings. They will proceed
»•r«ct three small wooden buildings.
Thirty-four large cases of instruments,
ill soon arrive.
und will
:cupy rooms
!• ï
cighing 5 ton*,
Milking li Lively fop miiticiuns.
I'HiLMii i.i'iiiA, N«»v. 3.—Theodore Hand
li" clerk of thc tax office, wh
for embezzlement of
served a
ïveral years, lias
cs, indicating that «lur
ing the term of Tax Receiver Smith, there
$100,000 in State taxes stolen. II«!
giv« s tlie name-hot'prominent politicians
litt« «1 by lhe remission of tax penalties«
u
a« le full disci os
t
A JPlutfo
Full*.
. 3.—At a political meeting
, yards la.-t night, a tem
con'tuining a large number
A dozen or more were in
sly. Many arms ami
leg* were broken. Patrick McNeary hud his
head crushed ami will die.
Meeting of Mis*ionury Society.
Tiie Women's Foreign Missionary Society
connected with the fiit. Paul's church, will
hold its anniversary tiii.s evening. Mrs.
F. M. Lathrop, who linn been connected
with missionary work for a uumber of years,
will address the society.
held at the stoei
of p<
fell.
jured, five or
CITY 1TKM8
stove call at Sehocn's
io House, 209
When in ncn«l of a new
liante und Nt<
Sldplcy street, and ask to see the Magic Range.
Especial attention is called to the Magic
Hang«', and the Royal Range und the Excels!«
Sehocn's Heater,Range
sc, 209 t«> 213 Shipley streut,
in addition to the Heater, Range and Stove
buslnes*
ample faeilities to execute order* p
Tin. Slice» Ir«»n. Bra»*, Copper»ud Zinc work.
stove need* repairing let us know and
,-<• will attend to it promptly.
■j::.
H«a
k S
11 «
lil call especial attention to
ptly for
:
Chas. H. Vary, Phila. Messenger, 603 Market.
Sutterley «t Co.. Photographers, 302 Market st
lief« »ro purchasing don't fail to call and poo
the "Magic and Royal" Ranges, at Schoen's
llealer. Range and Stove House, 209 to 213
{Shipley street.
your stove need repairing ? Do you need
? I>o you wish to exchange your
range? If so call at BchoeifB now
Heater, Range and Stove House. 209 and 218
Shipley street, and ho will give you a bagain.
N«> trouble to show good*.
D<
s to
Schoen'fl Heater, Range and Stove House. 209
213 Shipley street , is connected with the Telt
idiotic Exchange, und ull orders will receive
I «rompt attention.
sjJGrii ks, grate* and repair* constantly on hand
a! Sclioeu's Heater, Rang«* and Stove House.
2' j to 21 o Shipley street.
TM K, RAILROAD*.
' ?OR
. .
rnn
Corrections.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOB
PHILA.— 2.00*— liB* — «.30—«.66 7.001—7.60
f—8.16—9.00 Î —9.39 Î —9.58 J —iU.SU —11.53 ».
m:—12.00+ m:—12.15-1*. SÄ— 1.63-2.30J—4.00
5.17*—6.30f— «.10 — «.88* — 7.2« —7.80*—0.66* pm.—
N*w Yore — 2.00
11.68
BaLTIMOE»— 1.06*— 1.42»— 4.61*— §.06* — 0.17
10.00 a. m.— 12 . 2 Ô— 1.00—I.O*—6.00—fl.00— «.67—
11.04* p. m.
Washirotow-1.42*—4.61*— «.06-0.17 a m;
—1 I 00— 1.09-4.67-11.04* p. m.
Baltimore and intermediate stations—
1.06*—0.17 10.00 ». in;—1.00—fl.UQ p. m.
* Trains running both dally and Sunday,
tTrains running only on Sunday.
j Connect at Gray's Ferry for old depot.
Broad and Washington avenue.
Delaware Bailed ad— «. 00*— 0.10 a. m;—-1.06
—8.00*—0.26f p. m. No Sunday trains.
* For New Castle only
f For Harrington and Intermediate stations.
Wilmington A Northern railroad— 7.47 a.
____ _on Sunday fbr
Beading and St. Peter—8.10 a. in.
Delaware Western Railroad— 7.06—10.30
a. ni;— 6.90 p. m. Sunday trains 10.90a. m— «.00
-8.10
2.28*— «.80 —7.60— ».50—
m— 18.3»—1.6»— 4.17*—e.8**—7.M p.m.
13
apply
bIoiih
of
I).,
term
liquor*
drunk
the
Clav
ware,
<1.
John
Wm.
Bout.
Davit)
p. in.
. [v
lu
as
the
Peace
ttth
the
Inn
__
«aid
wit:
T.
John
W.
Hobt.
t*.
John
8.
John
John
O.
TRAINS AKBlVfc AT W IAaMINGTON FROM
Phi LA DBLPH l A—12.60—1.00—1.82*—4.47*—7.46
8.02*—».12-».06-10.10t—11.86—12.85 a. mj—12.60
—1.07 —2.80f —2.50—4.36—4.56— 6.40—6.5»—«.*
—«.4§—7.8ôt— 7.65—0.60—10.83—10.68 p. m.
NEW *ORR—l.W»-4.47 »—8.02t—«.18 ». m?
12 . 60 —1.07—4.56—6.48*—10.68 p. m.
Baltimore—1.61 *— 2.l»*-».84—».64-ll.a e.
36—1.60—6.11*—6.90*—7.24—#.40* D. m.
Wabhinotoh— 1.61*—2.18— 11.48». m;—12.36

—1.50—6.11*—8.90*—7.24— 0.4»* p. m.
• Both dally and Sunday.
f on Sunday only. .
DELAWARE RA1LROAIV—8.66—10.16*A.m;—12.06
— 5.ÜVI* —6.u5 p. in. No Sunday trains.
• From New Castle only.
WlLMIROTOE A NORTH ERE RAILROAI>—«.26—
8.40—11.85 a. m;— «.40 p. m. On Sunday from
Beading and St Peter at 7.10 p. m.
Delaware Wisstkkw Railroad— 9.00a. m;—
2.16 p. m. Sunday train« 0.10 a. in.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FOB WILMINGTON
Philadelphia New Broad Street Depot—
12.30*—3.56*— «.30 —T.'JO*—8.00—8.21—8.36f— 10.1«
—11.30—11.60 a. in:—12.23—1.82f—1.82— 3.1«—
4.02- 4.25- 6.05— 6.20— 6.56— 6.06f — 6.3« —8.30*
—W.30—10.00—11.32* p. m.
Broad aed Wabhieotoe atehtte—6.90—1.00
aud
than
the
Jail

W
W.
—10.16 a. m;—1.90—8.10—4.80—6.15 p. m.
New Oabtle— 8.38—10.00—11.40 a. m.
6.4V p. m.
* 1 Hslly and Sunday,
f On Sunday only.
SFThe black ttgurw*
ï
KsprcM trains.
<Tuk mails
Their Arrival and Departure, Taking
Effect July 1st, 1882.
The Pont office ln thl« city will be open dally,
except Sunday, from 6.30 a. m. to V p. m.
Private boxes »re accessible until 11p.m. On
Sundays open from 8.30 to »80 a. m. Private
boxes accessible from 6 to 8*p. m. The whole
sale stamp window will close at 0.80 p. in. The
monoy order office will close at 0.00 p. m.
MAILS GLOBE AS FOLLOWS :
Ilqui
tor
of
the
of
NORTH.
Wilmington k Northern KaUroad to Keadln*
the Baltimore Central south
Pn., an«l iKilnt*
of Chadd 1 » Ford, 7.40 a. m.
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.30 a. m.
Philadelphia and waymall, 9.00 a. m.
New York, Pennsylvaula and points east and
west, 0. a. m.
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenberg,
10.00 a. in.
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey, 11.60 a. m.
Iphia, New York and all points east
1.30 p. in.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
__id west. 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York cities, closed
pouches, 0.36 p. m.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all
points west and southwest 9.86 p. m.
All points north,
Philadel
and west,
t, west and southwest,
ll.oo p. in.
All Louisiana is sent west except New Orleans
which Is sont south on through malls.
t«»
SOUTH.
altlmore and way mail, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. m.
All points or tho Peninsula, 8.30 a. m.
Supplementary mall for the Peninsula, 9.
a.
liultlmore, Washington and all points south
Newark, Elkton and
Central, between Port
12.30 p. in.
Newport, Stanton,
Havre de Groce, 12.30
Points
Posit, Northeast and Chadd's Ford,12 30 p. m.
Baltimore and Bay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harrington. Including
Delaware City und St. Georges, 5.60 p. m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points sooth
.le
Baltimore
in
11.00 p. m.
MAILS ARRIVE AMD REA DT FOR DELI VERT.
Wilmington K Northern Railroad,
1
the
0.30 p. m.
New York. Philadelphia, Washington
and oil other points, 6.3U p. tn.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east aud west, 8.30 a. in.
way mall from Philadelphia, 8.30 a. m.
Eroin Peninsula and all north of Harrington
9.16 a. in.
From Baltimore and way mall, 9.60 a. m.
Baltimore, 12.30 p. m.
Peninsula mad, 12.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and points
«1 east. 1.30 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and points
south, 2.20 p. in.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. in.
From, Philadelphia, Now York and points
north aBd east, 6.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south and southwest, 6.40 ti. m.
Carrier* deliveries as follows : 0.30 a.
eral; lu.oo a. m., partial; 1.80 p. in
m., partial.
Collections from street boxen are made by the
earrlor* at Ö.30 ami lu.oo a. m. ,1.30 and 4.00 p.m.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
Ï ». m. from ull boxes between Jcftorsor. and
^otubanl and Water and Thirteenth streets
inclusive. Un Sunday a lull collection will be
made at 6.00 i». m. Local letter* for carriers'
delivery should oe deposited in tho Pont Office
teu minutes before the hour of delivery.
W . Y. SW1GGETT. Postmaster.
1
a
thc
in
and
of
the
rail
ever
long
Fi
Fr
noil t.
-m gen
., general; 4.00
V
t be
of
and
the
■yyiLsoN'o
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
616 KINO STREET.
Connected with Telephone Exchangu.
Call - -
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
• J. A. WILSON,
Fuxzral Director.
a
lias
«lur
there
II«!
2-12-11
PKOFNASiOAfAL VARUS.
JOHN C. COLE,
NOTARY PUBLIC, AND JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE.
Marls Building, No. 101 Wet*
phone call, - - --
Sixth street. Tele
8-1-12-6
tem
in
ami
his
will
Mrs.
years,
D R
J. P. BUR WELL
«8^* WILL REMOVE HIS OFFICE-«*
To hi* new
jfddence,
NO. 712 WEST STREET.
NOVEMBER THE 1ST.
oct20-lm-14|
J^AMEL H. FOSTER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
NO. 917 MARKET STREET,
_WILMINGTON. DEL.
D RS J. N. & J. H. HOBENSACK,
Those afflicted with tnceffect*of 8ELF-ADU8E
*ii 1«1 not lieHilate
onsult J. N. A J. H. HOBENSACK <»r 206 N.
street, l'liiludelphia, either by mall
«luring the hour* of 8 a. w to 2 p. m.
my2-10
Range.
Magic
Stove
work.
and
■j::.
«I MERCUKIAL1ZATION sb<
bv
, and
îtoü
» n. m.
Advice free. Whoso
shoulil know his
dltion and the way t.«» Improve it shouM rea«l
"WISDOM IN A NUT-SHELL."
receipt of thrce-cent stamp.
for
nt
*ept14-1-14
fflgsapft'iOO MAGNIFICENT SQUARE
It • f f » GRAND Emerson Piano; list price
st
poo
213
8801.
'.'ffO ELEGANT 7 1-3 OCTAVE,
Ilf if* FULL AGRAFFE, double moulding
piano: list price, >»00.
need
your
now
218
>2fl5 STEINWAY UPRIGHT
PIANO.
GOOD SIX OCTAVE
209
Telt
hand
PIANOS.
<yr= ft« SS0 IIANDSOMF. NEW 8TTLE
niri' I'ARI.OK Orxklia; Hat price. fM.
oet*)-tr- 2 »
II. F. ROBEBEN,
ho. 710 Market street.
TOO LATM TO CLABBUTT.
' ?OR RENT—WE HAVE ON OUR
. . LIST some very desirable house« for rent
rnn ging from fBtofa) per mouth. ,
gô£«H>nSE n,. " -
THE NATIONAL BANE Of DELAWARE è
. L
B. H. KWBANKS. 1
woTt-lt_ Ooa hler.
of M ,t R wumn T m ,^j I
XTOTICE. — I,
13 THE OWNKK
property, do hereby give notice that 1 «ball
apply to the Judge» of the Court of General »e»
bIoiih of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the State
of Delaware, In and for the County of NewOaatle,
Monday, the atth day of November next A.
I)., 18H2, being the first day of the November .
term of aald court for a license to sell Intoxicating I
liquor* in quantltle« leas than .one <|uart to he
drunk on trie premier*, at the rhri»ti»na hotel. I
the village of Christiana, ehool District 44, White
Clav i'rt'ek Hundred, New Cantle County, Dela
ware, and the following respectable citizens.
oimuend the said application to wit :
ham'll. Scott, II. I*. Bullen.
<1. W. Currtnder,
John
John C. Iloulden.
Sitin'1 butler,
John 11. ('leaves,
H. J. Marshall,
Lemuel B. Butler,
M ARG A BET KING.
Wm. G. f'aulk,
Bout. McCarter,
Davit) 8. Leach,
uov3-8tl
VOTICE.— I, DENNIS W. MAOUIRE, 1
. [v u WN KB t>f the within mentioned preiuihe*. I
lu compilant e with an act of A*s«*tubly lu auch
as rÂifÿjî"ïi* ÄÄ;, h s*s,«sjsa? ih
the Judges or the Court of General &e«*lon* of the I
Peace and Jail Delivery of the state of Delaware, 1
ttth diyof SoLmtSfoS«."?:, S". lïïfc'Llnî
the first day of aald court, for a license to keep an J
Inn <>r tavern, at No. 1M East Front street,
tht^Met ond wani of the city of Wilmington! Del., J
t» sell intoxicating liquor* in le»a quantltle*
__ mKÆÏÏT U r "pîîuîï? c«". l t P ïïïdîÂ."r I
«aid ward, recommend the aald application, to
wit:
T. H. Merrett,
John I. Dougherty,
Tlioiua* Faruuu,
W. K. Bowman.
Hobt. M. Glbaou,
t*. D. Karner,
John P. Ha
Nathaniel
8. 8. Robert*,
Joseph Yarnall,
John llrcar,
John Plunkett,
O. II. Ford,
UOV3-3I1

aud
than
MOÏICE. - I, JOHN FORREST,!
SU.hï,îd'5t"^ , ''.t^*7?b t . ^nlw.*;,l°or
the city of wmiiiiiEtou, countr of New (-«»tie. I
'' ^î'reo'e „ l'.'Lf ' ",f'theT.
hi y lu Huch case mad** and provided, do j
Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware, In and for [
r«,?eïÂ
id court, fora lleénav fur HaUiliou«« *» an tun I
tavern for the «alt- therein or tutoxleattng I
leas quantltle* than one quart, '
thc premitte*. aud the following re
• peelaMe eiligem», rendent» of «aid ward recom
mend the *ald application, vl» t
Klwood H. (.'ole*. Henry C. Turner,
Thoma* Farmer. Fraiicl* >1. Klekta.
W in. II. ItohlllHOII,
Charles Gottwertli,
llcury Jaclioh*.
KUIward F. Kaue,
W. II. Hlekn.au,
llenry M. James,
Patrick Mathery,
n»a«. F.. Spakt,
Michael Kenny.
Patrick Plunkett,
Geo. W. Gray,
Saiii'l H. W'lcaersham,
Frank K. ». Davt*,
John Higgins,
Terrence < arvtn,
John M.^Leg|f,
Geo. II. Uiirrôufh»,
Henry Itboith,
A. W. Willi*,
DENNIS W. MAGUIRE.
.vîelcliulr,
ï
Ilqui
druuk
jtZUMTEU'a notices. I
-celpts
IJEUIHTER'8 UKDEK.
Av I
Newrwib^'lSr'oftoberiSiiaa».}
Upon thi* Application of ilarry M. ('amwell, I
lun'Ä^
d directed by the Ui'gUter that Hit* AdmlnDtra-I
tor aforcüald give noth « of granting of letter* |
of AdniiiiUtratlou upon the estate ofUieclV'c..«... a
with the date «»f gniutlug thereof, by »Viuslng I
AdvertUeHieaL t« tie pu.led within lorty days
pu"ti' , !,il;.'?. 0 «"r U m. l 'rnn r my U *,V* NvJ'TÄ
requiring all persona having demand* against I
the e*tate to prehcut the same, or abide by an act I
of Assembly In »Uch case made and provided; 1
aud also eau*e the same to be Inserted within th *
i p-rbel in tin* Daily gazkitr,
new*paper nubllbhed in AVIlmlngton,
continu« d therein three week», (e. o. d.)
Given under tlx- bann and *eal ofofflre
L. 8 Vof the Register aforesaid at Wllmlngt >n
New (aatle c(»unty aforesaid, the
d year above written.
». BIGGS, Register.
K'lwuril A. Klllcott,
Wm. Webb,
A. Brack Star,
Thuiuas K. \v 1er,
Ja*. B. II
Thc
A. Sharp,
Thomas It. Lally,
Win. 11. Sines,
B. F. Yandever.
JOHN FOR REST,
Oaker F. Mumb,
Thomas Gallagher,
Washington Cox,
•3-31
* I
All person*having rlalms »gainst the estate of I
the deceaiMMi must present the »am«* dulv attested 1
t«» the Administrator, on or before October 21, A. I
Dm b*»». or abide the act of Assembly lu such 1
ca*e made and provided.
.lay
EOTI4 Z,
.le
HARUY M. CANTWELL.
A<!mlnt*lralor.
Address: No. 117 East Sixth street, Wllmlng
t23-uiwr
ton, Del.
Itxr.iRTKH*. OFFirx, ( I
Ca.Hr Co.. l>rl., Uctobrr 1«, IIW2. i
tltr appllrxtlon of « harte. Frrrm.n.
it ur Jufm lmwilrn, luu- ur Wllmin««- I
ulred. In *ald countv, deeeaM-il, It t* or- |
nd dlwtcd by the Ifegleter that the Ad- I
r aforesaid give uotbt «>r granting of
rebtouu ntary upon the c*tatu of the I
11li th«* «late ol granting tb«*re«>f, b\ I
»tob« |H>*te<! within forty
«ater». In »lx of the
y «,r NewC asti« , |
«1* against the
J|EGI8TER'S ORDER.

Up
f
«I«
•d
Ini»
lay* from the «1;
imst publie nla.
■«••miring all pel
•Mate to prr
hi y In
nt
if »i:«'li I
ftb«' e>
aet «>t I
1.1 , An« I
•<l within the same I
con" I
I
<1 seal of office
rehabl, at Wlliiilngton, I
mty, afore»al«l, the day
All persons having claim*, against the estate ol
the dtlceaM'd, must present the same «lu I y att«'»te<i
to the Executor, on or before October anh,
l or abide the art «»f AsM inblv In »neb ease
«le and provided. CHAKLEH FREEMAN,
tin
«• or abide
V J»
<!«• and provide«!.
be I
perl«Ml In the
paper nutdl»ln <l In Wlliningt
tlnued therein three week*, (e. o.
liven nmier the hand a
V| to
d.
above written.
ami yes
H. C. BIGGS, Register.
NOTICE.
IBK
I
•utor.
tt*.3w
Address: Thurlow. |*a.
rapping
PAPER.
WOODBINE MILLS.
. LABEL REGISTERED
GUARANTEED FULL COUNT.
tfiB" February stii, 1878.^32
18 SHEETS TO T1IE QUIRE.
STRAW WRAPPING,, to be frill (Standard)
count, bliouhl bave 18 »beet» tlu leach Quire. au«l
ûi Quire* to euch buudle.
w l.i'lnir sold with
OG^There is much paper
15 sheets to ' '
the qulr«', ami
These facts are
1 in
--the c«
»iim«' r , the paper being low In price, they do not
think of the numhi'r of shrcis they get lu a
bundle. COUNT your PAPER. Ask lor
t known
WOODBINE,
and take nothing else, ** this brand Is Gunran
tee«l t«» be FULL (Htnndard) couiit, and bo is FAR
CHEAPER to the consumer than a lower priced
paper, put up with LE88 sheet* to the Gulre.
BINE MH.I.»f' w'Tai. *Lnd T uke' Tütoîny
else, as thl* paper 1* the cheapest 1» thc market.
Ask the firm
N.
Count, Quality .Weight & Color
considered If yau cannot get It of the firm you
deal with, then try elsewhere. Do not f I
to buy any paper but thu
be induced
bv
WOODBINE Mi'LLS.
and
apre-lm
QPIUM
MORPHINE HABIT
CURED IN 10 TO 20 DAYS.
THOUSANDS of reference« from persons
cured. No pay till cured.
DR. J. STEPHENS
Lebanon, Ohio. Cincin
nati.
IUV1I-26
THIRD EDITION
i
HEW SPORTSMAN'S COT
# I
Evidence for the Defense m|
the Soteldo Trial All In.
THE fastest trotting yet
Yellow Dock Mak
BEATING TIME.
the rastest Trotting
Beoortl Ever Known.
Providence, R. I.,Nov. 8.—Yellow Dock .
won the third heat and race in the |2,000
contest with Barnaby'« Billy D, at Narra
r Je TA l ;;5b.r:.c a o n ^ e e I
excitement here 1« Intense over the great
achievement.
The Soteldo Defense Closed.
Waabinoton Nov. 3.-In the Soteldo
murder case this morniu
ottered to prove, by General
ih * 1 «>• •»
spired by Brady in retaliation for Soteldo •
exposure of the Star Route,conspiracy, and
Maa.glng Editor Carton only meted
under orders in publishing them. The «vl
wag ru i 9( j ou t # j^e defense closed
J- C. McGinn and A. Ross Perry
were called in rebuttal by the prosecution.
NoU >l"« '»POrt»Dt WM elicited.
the defense
V. Boynton,
L
Of Intereat to Sportauien.
New Yoke, Nov. 3.—Tlic Turf, Field and
has offered an international challenge
cup to be rowed for in Auguet next by
Haulau aud other sculler«, to which will be
added a money prize. Ten entries here aud
in England are expected. Rules similar to
those governing the Loudon sportsmen's I
cup. I
BRI gf TElTx ill A MS.
V,ck»buro, Miss., Nov. 3—Andrew.
t< ; lor « <, ; "*• b'nehej by . mob
I yeeterday, for outraging a white girl.
J°H.N»BU» T , Vt„ Nov. 3.-The Union I
j school building was destroyed by fire this
"r 1 "*- U*» •uwWiio.nrri lonw.cmo. |
[ DTKU BBSS VILLE, OllIO, Not. 3.—The
r«'Ä v - c h ;
I »m.UDU to Washington and Jefferson Col
I lege,
r\
Rockford, III., Nov. 3.— Charles Hep
burn, a clerk lu Bean Terry'« dry goods
•tore, has been arrested for defrsudlug his
employers of $1,000.
KMIanltL^.J cor/duLr'rmtoè'ccntral I
Vermont railroad, fnll dtad on hla train at
Colchester laat night.
Paukehhbi ko, W. Va., Nov. 8,—Flvc |
dwellings belonging to George Uutherlord, *
four of which were occupied, were burned
this morning ; loss, (7,000.
I Boston, Mass., Nov. 3.— The total re-
at the custom house from October 1
was $054,o:W, a gain of 115.1,045 over thc
I corresponding month of lust year.
BltlDOETOKT, Conn., Nov. 3.—John
I Hurry, IS year« old, was instantly killed
la8t n ÿ ht h y lhc Mffhtnlng express from
^ cw ^ ork while attempting to cross the
| truck.
a rv.«—«««- » A ,
I DAVENPORT, IOWA,NOV. 3. — A charge of
dynamite was exploded ueur Moline yesUr- i
haling a 00-pound rock 140 yard, and
I striking Andrew Larson, kiiliug him in- I
I htantlv
1 3 *
Gloucester, Mass., Nov. 3.— Andrew
I flood, aged 20, fell uuder the cars while
jumping from the platform yesterday and
run over, necessitating leg amputation,
from which he died.
Cincinnati, Nov. 3.— Andy Mitchell
arrested on Monday on suspicion of being
I U '° '«urdercr of Arthur Ross, the coal mer
1 chant, was found dead In his cell in Gleu
I dale jail this morning.
1 ®
THti C11Ï MARKETS.
What W. Khi and What W. Pay for It—
To-day'. Street Market tJuotaUou..
MKAT8 AND VHOV1BIOEB.
Batter, per pound.
I E«k», wholcfulc, per duw.
Kkk*. roUil, per .loMn.
Chicken«, retail, per j^und
I Uhlekena, per pair.
| Spring chickens, per pair.,
I Spring chickens, per pound
Uî\ lic kons, per pd. wholesale
I sirloin steak* per pound...
I n ( ., n , _, no i r | ,
* ,er l* 0 "^ ••
Hound steaks per pound...
| Rib roast per pound.
.8 .38 (f • .40
m
,80
.20
I
1.60
.76
l.oo
.18
.18
.14
AT
.25
.30
22
.18
M
..

ft per pound.
I Stewing pieces..
I Bolling bits per pound.
I shin*, per pouna.
I Kidney fat,per pound.
I Lamb chop*, per jamml.
iAmb rousts, per |n,und.
I Mutton chops, per pound...
| Mutton roasts, per pound...
Veal cutlots, per pound..,..
Void roasts, per pouml.
Hums, wholesale, per pound
I sh Ô n n't » î -1 0 ^.; •*. J
S5°"H er8 ' wholesale,p»r pound .12M
^houlders, retail, per |>ound...
Bacon, retail, per pound.
| Sausage, smoked, per pound...
Balognu sausage, per pound
Hogshead cheese, per pound
tiding*, per pound.
Ijard, who
.14
. 1 «
.1U
.10
.20
.26
. 1 «
.20
.16
.20
. 1 «
,25
. 1 «
.18
.15
g
.17
.14
.15
.1«
.1«
.10
.
I
.10
, e per pound
Lard, retail, per pound....
Cheeue..
.12
.16
. .08 O
.12
nil
Lobster*, per pound...
Black ttrth, per
Rock tluh, per pound....
Porgle*, per pound.
White Perch, per pound
Trout, per pound.
Halibut, per pound.
Catfish,
Mock««
. . 1 «
.16
.16
.18
.12

.15
.10
. .20
pound,
por piece
,v:
.16
BiiKHIlta AMD FRUITS.
Banannas, per doiun.20
l^einoiiH, per dozen.
Orange*, per dozen.
Grape«, per pound, wholeeule
Grape*,per pound, retail.
Apple*, per half peck.
.28
2b
. .30
M
.08
.08
.12
. .18
VBOBTABLBB.
New potatoes, per barrel.
New potatoes, per half-peck...
Sweet pototoos, per banket.
Sweet potatoes, per half pock.. .15 i
Tomatoes, per half peck.12 t
| Tomatoes, perorate...
Cabbage, per head_
Crate onion*, per crate
Crate onion*, per half peck.20
Radishes, per bunch.
String b
Lima bean*, p
New beet«, p
Corn, per basket.
Corn, per dozen..
. 1.60
I 00
.16
.40
.80
.10
M
a
l.oo
.86
half-peck,.1U
basket
bunch..
■ I
.26
.40
.60
.03 <rt
.06
66
.76
.16
.18
I Kgg plant*, per niece.
I Turnip*, per hair peck
l t elery. per bunch.
Local Ouotauous.
"' r Th. William
| Bomb Company, Bramdtwirr Mila»—
W'hbat Flour.
.10
. .08 @
VL*UR PRR BAlt'L.
Wm. Lea A. fciou's
wholesale,
'Best' Koller
$7 16
retail.
Patent
17 66
Oliflon F.F.F Extra
Poutaxat F. do. Family do 6 76
Kirkwood Holler Ground
Occidental
Superfine
VBBD.
Ben middlings,
Bent ship stun,
Ruffins,
Cutlins,
Corn shorts,
Bran,
do
5 9 I
1 85
I
« 60
, 7 00
6 00
do 4 26
per ton.
4 75
8-21
20
I
17
19
p.r hundred. I
« 06 « 2 io
Corn meal, line yellow, 37.60
Corn meal, white,
Corn meal, ooarse,
Screenings,
; I H
2 16
84
007b
OBAIM.
per bushel.
Prime yellow corn,
Prime loug-berry wheat.
New York Market». I
Nkw York,N ov. 3.—Hour, moderately active, I
Wheat, No! ^ed'winter,*fi.0^»1.12W.
Corn, No. 2, Oct., 84a97c.
Oats, No. 4, 41a46c., ea*b.
Rye. quiet; 6UW»76Ue.
Burley, dull ; onelVnada November delivery,
Pork *22.60, ea,h.
I^ard, fl 1.90, November.
Butter, lower ; State creamery fancy. 86»97e.
Sugar, dull ; centrifugal, 8U.
Egg*, quiet ; State, a ^a29, |
1 10
JUT BOOB».
ttpMial ItargHi
B E E
/, -a r ï ZT Cl A O A/?
306—Market St—.106
M.
HIVE
WF. ARE NOW «IOWINU TUI
Largest and Best Stock
-OF
u
BROCADES,
PLUSHES,
SILKS,
SATINS,
VELVETS,
DRESS GOODS
. n o
AND T K I M M 1 N u O
I we have ever offered, and many
decided bargains among
them
A Very Attractive Stock
-OF
44
HOSIERY,
GLOVES,
UNDERWEAR,
AT OVB USUALLY LOW PRICES.
R. L. RUSSELL,
I AI7TLLIAM
I
^ ^
NEW DRESS GOODS
A11J " x/uuoo
I trt BEDUCED P1IICFJ.
| Colored and Dress SUks,
306 Market Street.
mvl-86-mwf
Now Drew Good», Me., at Sharps,
B. SHARP,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
Diroot from the Importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
Tne largest stock
I CARPETS AND OlL CLOTHS,
at
| WM
* * * TvX.
1
of
i XT
No.
in- I
have ever offered.
-Also a full llue of
From 16 cents to 92.00 per yard.
B. SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
=
Fancy Hosiery and Underwear.
GOCIM1 !
S. h. STAATS
?
405 Market Street,
I XP A XT ( ^QTTTT^Y
I X i nAJOlLj 1 V X
18 OPENING ALMOST DAILY
and beautiful design*
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
In
TOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
Also opening a large and WF.LL
SELECTED STUCK OF
It—
Ladies',
Gentlemen's and Children's
Merino Underwear
?
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET ItATEH '
JJEFFNER'S
Oyster Day and Dinfng .Saloon
—Basement of—
23.5 MARKET STREET.
Meals served from 7 a. in.
12 night.
*ep28-3in-H
FURS.—Exclusively— Fl IRS.
WE B B
lla* opene«l n compU'te an*
FIJIts, al»«», FUR GLOVES ;
Men and Roy*.
UaRD.
I«'iit of Ladle*'
d Fl IM AI'S for
2t-10
A
To all who
cretU
• Hufferlng from thc errors ofindls
weak
of youth, ne
il a r«'«Tpc that
iE. Tbl*
of inauhoo«|, etc., 1 w
oil, FREE OF <
red by a ml»»i«m:irv III
lt'-ad«iress«'d envelop«' t«» the
UKV. JOSEPH T. INMAN, Station l ». New York
City. octf-tta-ly
li;
will «
IIA!
4outh
•' >
Aiuirlea.
PEIRCE & COOK
»
Real Estate and Stock Brokers,
8. E. COR. SEVENTH AND SHIPLEY STS.
J. Jackson Pziuck.
EdoahH. Cook.
*ep2H-l-l4
J^ECKWEAR.
New York novelties In spring and summer
Neckwear for men. 1'ltlCES always
Correcte
SHIRTS !
Our One Dollar Shirt has a reputation for
celleuce unequalled in thlsclty.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOOD8.
A full Une of everything belonging to the
species.
WM. B. COLE.
202 MARKET STREET
JRON RAILINGS
66
-AND
IRON WORK
85
00
00
FOR BUILDINGS.
75
J. P. WALTON & CO.
I ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON APPLI
io CATION.
16
552 & 554 W. Sixth St..
Cincinnati.
I
I -
COLDIERS NOW SUFFERING FROM
hr.... OUN D8 or disease of any kind cau*ed by
entitled to Pension.
rïthoZ « r n \^ p L nde 111 mother* cr
thrtr'KWä d Ä?.7S, # Ä, , Si5? m ffifnjTSÄlSl
SirtimcKÎS to Udawf?, tojSSS'eÄlM
manyc.au be allowed with but little more evldetum.
22SESÄ* ll# lWl , S9X2 rl Ä, reference* sent
VtWnil« * tiEORGE A. KIN
| ^tgniejrs-at-lAW. 916 F Btreet, Wa*blugtc
SVNOAT MTAM
guBscaiBi fo?
THE SUNDAY STAR."
u
•n<l
on
11 I
io
I
Newspaper
IN KWSPAPKK I
A
ADVERTISE IN
THE SUNDAY STAR,:
44
Only Sondât
WILMINGTON.
= All the Local
X
Telegraphic News ! |
1
Strictly Non-Partisan.
SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES AS AN
ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
"THE STAR
»
la wired to lubecrlken rougfcout the city
early on Sunday mornings at the
moderate price of
WTELVE CENTS A MONTH, PAYABLE
AT THE END OF THE MONTH.
SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS
▲DDRKB8
J. B. BELL
NTO. 502 KING ST
fourth edî'iT.«
the strike in France
The
Coming Transit
Venus.
Ol
EMFRESS EUGENE'S
WILL
I'JJEAHY PRANCE.
M n „ u
sÄtonTo which *.'?e k ;X h
cneil to nuke trouble I, pra«Æ ,!7|
•n<l no outbreak on the pin of , W
anticipated Furniture
facturer» have airroe .1 .mon tr f,iai >u
poMey .ÂtÂ^rCï
Steir. M U^° ftheWürkmÄ 'Ä
on the part of the Mice ha. Vm ?^
I «"y- There has been no open violi-mïT 1
the attitude of the populace baa mad! won"
uneasy, and several arrests have bee„S
io consequence. maJ<
Pari», Nov. 3.—A revolutionary
feato was jKwted In Parts and Mirselll™ i.
night, printed on red paper, fio
were poated near the LoLvre Palace U,,
hourg, and Jardin DesjJanUr tC J
I press the deepest hate for Bourirevicre
declare wur to the death against them ' ,
iî°* '* T'*, U ' rUI ' hMe ^n discovered
sTÄtT of thc telcgr "" 1 *
* Kt'MO» DENIM, »
Rome, Nov. 3.-The Papal „reins ,
that the report that the Emperor of Amt,
7* n . ot ^ U1 ~ Humbert at Rome t
I fear the motive of his visit might |,e
understood at the Vatican have uo rim,
able foundation. II llmttu takes nains
«sy that Joaeph would be glaiily weknin,
at thc Capitol and a cordial weleume te
demi him by people of every class.
AN ANARCHIST AKREsTEU.
Paws, Nov. 3.— One arrest has bei
made In connection with the recent anarch
demonstration«.
A Strike at an End
DIB
!...
Going For r.cIBo KallroMi.
W.snixoTOH, Nov. S.-Soiiw prombu
»ttorncys here are preparing to e „ btf,
the Supreme Court to uk for an injunctl
' 1 prevent the Commluloner« uf the I,
ffloc from lesulnp pateuta to the North.
Pacific, Tcxaa Paclflc ami Atlantic
Pacific rallroada, aud begin action to
cover lamia covered by thoac I.mw] .i,
the expiration of the Unie lu which there
were to be built.
to
O
Died From Tlielr Injurie*.
Williamsport, Pa., Nov. 3.—Two
death« have occurred from the accident
the McIntyre coal mine». The names of i
victims are John Lundy, 8r., and Jd
Lundy, Jr., both of whom died this nJ
ing from the effect# of their wounds. II
deaths altogether.
An Ex-Kinpres«' Will.
Pari«, Nov. 3.—It is reported that
Empress Eugenia has made a will in «I
•he leaves all her property to Prince Vic
Napoleon, who may fall into the inherit*:
of Napoleon succession in France. 1
estate of the Empress is of Immense val
BRIEF TELEGRAMS.
Chicaoo, Nov. 3.—David Davis has t
! |
1 cigar makers' committee uu a rcductio
thc tax to |5 per thousand.
Pari», III., Nov. 8.— Two freight tn
on the Illinois & 8t. Louis railroad colli
two miles east of this place yesterday. N
Kline, a brakesrr.au, wask'.'.H «ml an
gine aud 10 frei ;bt cars burned.
•All ladle* Who may be troubled with
prostration: who suffer from organic disp
ment ; who have a sense of wearLicw aud a
Ing uf lassitude; who .
Ing ; lu whom the appetite for food 1» a
clou* and sleep at proper hours uncertain,«»
have recourse to Mrs. I'lnklmui » Ugei
Compound. _
Ill''
o languid
• Ji Ah'VI HO.
pilOF. A. 8. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
Dancing Acadeimj
MASONIC TEMPI.E,
(Fourth Floor,)
Wilmington, Del.
1882—SEASON OF—
COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT lj
CIENTr.F.MEN'St'LASS-MonJsvsn'' ^
day evening*, from 8 to 10 o iloi k
tember II, U6. , ... ,au t
LADIES AND niILDREN'9
«lay and Saturday afternool'». "'" 5 tu
urday, September 1«. 'lliur*«l»>*iruiua
i.. g»tar%s from 2 to 4 p. ft
I.A DIES' CLASS-Wediiewlay.JJJJ25
>1)o'clock, commencing on
lemhir'20. , , j
All the latest and n.ostf.idilnj«! ^
taught. Including the Law» Jjf! ollif.
New Racquet Quadrl le, «IWg»« ' Mali
Step, Newport and all f" lu ,i
specialty : taught either pr[vst*l> JJ j,
Algo a new 6ifnuet speciall) adapt* i
as a parlor dance.
CHOICE OF DAYS.
Schools, seminaries »r p'J'ml'wuïïîïK
cltv or ou t Of low n should joiner w m* "
»H pr.etle.blu Jor choice
toirloK the '."I'Xd in' retm'<l. *"
iiöw i^^nïjdÂir 1
be iisod exclusively for cl*»« P 1
parties.
terms, circular, etc» apply
M. F. ROBKLKN S,
No. 710 Market street,
ui by mall to
A.s. WEB8TE
Masonic Temple, '
h
MlgSl-tf-fiO
J'lCRSOhAU^ -
pjOTICB.
to EDITION NOW «ÇâiTOCKETNANB
"A
the whole bo«»k : Church C»h , * | sta t,h: At
hi y Boom.; Title; used ln JInl« J Etlc|U'tll
vlatlons; ltules for I'uncl"» 11 "" ', u r M»rf.
all oe rasions: " unl ü!.rt «talMlr»; l ,| t' ,rl ''J'J
Iront carcBilly-çonipllrd staOsi . JJ.,,
taure, Area and l'opidatlon. t *' 'l.s» «,
Parliamentary <A*"u r . 1 Vminr | 'tlc *" J fl',1
saassFWfTÄ n
Vant^. c
6,20-tf
^TOTICE.
1,000 Pairs More
-or
Those
—JUST BZCZIVBD
$1.00 SH01
EWING, 6 E. front SW
Klr*t store from Marken
a fositivecuke ioUT ME 1,ICI*
A aw,,CAT*»*®
l«tbt
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE
Patented, Octobe
-One Hoi of" . „o
No. I wni eoreeny ea« n «J|["„ 1 „, | n . t e
J ' M Jebnlltr« 1 ' N "
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