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SECOND EDITION
A
M'MULLEN'S DEPUTIES
He Refuses to Give Their
Names for Publication.
MORE REPEATERS COMING
MAltSUAI. M'.Ml'l.liKN'M DEPIITIIλ,
A Specimen Lot of Election Guardian,
t ,,pointed—Tlielr Nani
Vublloatloii.
Cnited States Marshal McMullen ha. ap
marshala tor to
Refused for
pointed about 1(H) deputy
morrow's election. The appointments were
made *>n Saturday and to-day, but all efforts
to get flic names of tne appointment« have
been fruitless. It is a well known fact that
those appointed are even a rougher set than
those appointed two years ago. They ars
w 11 suited and no doubt intended to in
timidate the peaceful citizens while exer
cl. Dig their rights at the-polls to-morrow.
The large crowd congregated around the
marshal's office, aud commissioner's office,
tb h morning, was com[»osed of the most
well known characters iu this city. The
marshal's office was at various time#
crowded with a rough looking set of negroes
who have no doubt received their instruc
tions for to-morrow's battle. The marshal
in the meantime was closeted in the Grand
Jury room, with his deputies, to whom
L* gave i nst ruel ions and
the plan of the election,
piesumed that they will
di sperate means to intimidate Democratic
ters; as they must under all circumstances
rry the city. The doors of the room were
under lock and key, and a guard stationed
at the door, who had instructions to allow
no one to enter the. room. The corridors of
the building were crowded all morning by
parties desiring to be appointed deputies.
MARSHAL MCMDLLBX'g DAT.
outlined
It is
the most
At 2.30 o'clock this afternoon a Gazette
reporter waited upon Marshal Mc.Mullen,
and asked him for u list of his deputies.
"No," answered the marshal, "you
gut. the names. This is my day. You can't
gut the uames no matter how much you
tty."
At .3 o'clock this afternoon the deputy
marshals arc still being sworn in and the
corridors of the court room are crowded.
From present appearances it looks as
though u determined effort is to be made
to-morrow to Interfere with the Democratic
v- -ters all over the city.
't
DIG FIGLURM.
J Derision by tho New York Superior
Lourt Concerning the Telegraph Cum
panlei*.
New York, Nov. f>.—The Superior Court
a 1 ira general term lias reversed the decision
lu the suit of William O. Williams to set
a -Me the agreement of January 1881, tocoo
e dldatr the Western Union and Atlantic and
1 ici tie Telegraph Companies, and also the
contract t<> consolidate both with the
American Union.
This compact increased the Western
Union stock from840.000,000to $80,000,000,
a id gave American Union $15,000,000 pur
'*""<• money, the Atlautic it Pacific
$ \ 100,01)0. The suit was originally dis
n.ihsed and ia now reinstated.
Sheriff 's Sal«*.
Sheriff Clark thin afternoon at two o'clock
*• id the real estate of James F. Brennan,
si ujitCil at Ilealtl, sml Apple street», South
V. llmington. coneif-ling ofa brick houaeaud
tiuviots. Walter Cummins, Keq., was the
« r in all three Hale?, paying, $300,
<2'\. rt spectively. The announced
of the fixture*, anti inaehinery « »f Carlon
Prothers at the Keg Mill, in Brundywiuc
t take place, having been
in it led by the parties.
1 '! ului
Sill
Jim.tired, «lid
ItepeaterH Coining.
information lias been received in this city
tl is morning, that a pang of Republican
rt peaters are being organized at William»'
\ i riet y place, on Ninth street, Philadelphia.
T. ey are expected in this city to-night
g. Detectives have been
■■•titled und will loll >\v them.
1a in
Who Are They 7
wi re arrested shortly irefore
••V on the charge of vagrancy aud
il» in the City Hull. The men
' d about $fi found on their
ee moi
n .«n t«
k- h-d
p laOUP.
bisii;f ti-.leg
RAMS.
Delaware, O,, Nuv. *•—The residence of
s burned last night, loss $0,1)00.
lU'd'Tor , Nuv. <1.—Business is prae
u pended in the departments here
he only clerks left being women.
Bank, X. J., Nov. 0.—It is
tl >u:.rh! tii.d tin» lt,>s by last night's lire
n ;c between $:i(l0,lMKl aud
A. l'eol
tic ul!
ti !
h :
ill
$4 « 10,000.
N. N-.V
fi.—The steamer Rouen,
au.', met with an accident
Havre toN .v (>i
It the bursting ol her cylinder, and was
ig'd to put iut-o Falmouth for repairs.
Nov.
('
M
fi.—Charles
)UD,
M icid" this in Tiring by shooting himself in
1-fc • head, ill health was the cause of the
rbc. ,
x pressman, committed
Brooklyn, Nov. fi.
—Archibald McCullcn,
Iiul'-s officer In charge
at the loot of .Sixth
El ect, fell overboard and was drowned last
ni rht.
a I ' nited States M
4il the bark I.or
Paris. N<
tl va
-Vt.iitmatr.*
fi.—An excited meeting of
dalistle (de
irter last night. It pabsed
censured M.
for his alleged
*nt h was held in
1i •endiarv rcM.lur:
C.rlll
Liter
• r
«1. rt
)f the people's cause.
New York, Nov. fi.—An experimental
ingle election dls
8 100 l'ulse reg
never lived at
b. IIM'-t.l-l.uUM' -, ir iL i
rets by truthful mo
is* ri"« (,f per
« who either
tl • add
I nr have moved
k could any one ol the
ay.
lust
K I lie found at the addresb given.
io da
O
COMING BALLS.
The fourth annual ball of the West End
mbiv, v/iil be given In Institute Hall,
F; day evcuiii.r, December s.
I hr Morocco Finishers Assembly will give
th ir tiret annual ball at institute Hall.
ing, December 13th.
A
on
M mIucm!
CITY ITEMS
< 'has. II. Yai
terley 6c C
l'hlla. Messenger, 603 Market.
, Photographer.«. 302 Market, st
f
"When ir.
He;i
*S1 ipley street, and ask
oed of
stove call at Sein
, Range and Stove House. 209 to 213
the Magic Range.
Especial attention I« called to tho Magic
Kang«*, and the Royal Range aud the Excelsior
( '< ik Stoves, for sale at .Sehocn's Heater,Range
; l Stove House, 209 to 213 Shipley street,
in addition to the Heater. Range and Stove
ial attention to
rdor.s jiromptly for
'fi i. S.icet Iron. Hru- . ( upper and Zinc work.
S< hocn, 2>>9 und 213 Shipley street.
If your stove needs repairing let us know and
w<- will attend to it promptly, Schoen, 209and
21 i Shipley street.
Before purchasing don't fall to call and see
th • "Magic and Royal" Kungcs, at Schoen'«
H ater. Runge aud Stove House, 209 to 213
SLipley street.
i 1
be si
•pie faeillti
ro need repairing? l)o you need
wish to exchange your
or rangc V If so call at Kchoen's
H -iter. Ran^e and Stove House, 209 and 213
ipley strc»it,*nd he will giv
W • trouble to »Wow good«.
Schoen*« Heater. Range and Stove House. 209
U> 213 Shipley street, is connected with the Tele
. aud all order« will receive
Does yours?
Do y
st.
you a bagaln.
pi,.ne Kx. ha
mpt attention.
rick?, grates and repairs constantly
'•■lu.en' Heater, Range and ÎStove House,
to 213Shipley street.
P
hand
» 'J
Young Men and Mi«l«lle Aged Ones,
goffering from nervous debility and kindred
w MikuesseP, send tliree stamps for Part VII of
I> mo Series Books. Address World's Dis
j*.'.shaky .vLedical Association, Buffalo. N. Y.
TUB KA1LKUADI.
A load Tlan® Table With the Latent
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
Pnu.— 9.00*— 2.®* — 0.30—8.66 7.001—7.60
—8.10f—8.16—W.OOJ— 9.39Η 9.&8J—1U.3U-11.63 a.
m;— -11.00t 1.68—1.301-4.00
6.17*—6J(>t—6.10—4.38*—7.18—7.30*—9.66*pm.—
Nbw YOW — TOO*—8.®*—-8.80-7.60- 9.60
11.® a. m— 19.88—1.69—6.17*—6.38*—7.26 p m.
BalTIMOR»- 1.06*—1.42*—4.61*— 8.06* — «.17
10.00 a. m.—11.30—1.00—1.09—6.00—8.00—8.67—
11.04* p. m.
Wa8HI*otob~ 1.42*—4.61*—8.06—9.17 a. m;
—VOO—1.09—4.67—11.04* p. in.
BALTIMORI ARD 1ICTBRMBDIATR BTATlORS—
1.06*—9.17 10.00 a. m;—1.00—8.00 p. m.
* Trains running both dally and Sunday,
tTrains running only on Sunday.
I Connect at Gruy's Kerry for old
Broad and Washington avenue.
Dblawabb Railroad—8.00*— 0.10 a. mj—1.06
—8.00*—8.®f P» ™. No Sunday trains.
* For New Castle only
t For Harrington and Intermediate
WiLmwoTOH A Northern railroad— 7.47 a.
( in Sunday for
depot,
■tad «s.
ms—l.on-4.00—e.ao p. m.
Beading and St. Peter—8.10 a. m.
Dilawari Wrbtirw Railroad— 7.06—10.30
a. m5—6.80 p. m. Sunday trains 10.80 a. m—8.00
p. m.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT VviLnUlNGTON FROM
PhiladBLPHIA- 12.60—1.00-1.32*—4.47*—7.45
8.02*—9.12—9.U6—lO.lOf—11.35—12.36 a. m;—12.60
—1.07 —2.30f —2.60- 4.36— 4.65— 6.40—6.63—8.®
—8.48—7.36f—7.65— «.50— 10.38—10.58 p. in.
Naw Yoaa—1.32*-4.47*—8.02f—8.12 a. m;—
12.60—1.07 —4.56— 8.48»— 10.58 ]>. m.
BalTIMOEB— 1.61*—2.18*—9.34—V.64—11.48 &.
m:— 19.3G—1.60—5.11*—8.30*—7.24—'0.40* V. m.
WAauiHttTON—1.51*—2.13-11.48a. m;—19.30
—1.50—6.11*—8.30*—7.24—0.40* p. in.
* Both dally and Sunday.
t On Sunday only.
Bklawakb railroad— 8.60—10.16*a.m;—12.06
— 6.O1*— 8.W6 p. R. No Sunday trains.
* From New Castle only.
WlLMlNOTCB A NORTHERN RAILROAD—6.25-F
8.40—11.36 a. m;—8.40 p.m. On Sunday from
Reading and St Peter at 7.10 p. m.
Delaware Wkhtkkn Railroad— 8.00 a. m;—
2.16 p. m. Sunday trains 9.10 a. m.;—5.40 p. m
TRAINS LKAYL TOR WILMINGTON
Philadelphia Naw Broad Strrkt Dbpot—
12.30*—3.56*—8.30— 7.20*—8.00—8.21—8.36f-l0.18
—11.30—11.50 a. in;—19.93—1.32f—1.32—3.16—
4.02— 4.26— 6.05— 6.20— 5.65— 6.06f — 8.38 — 8.30*
-9.30—10.00-11.32* 1). m.
Broad and Washington aventtb— 6.30—8.00
—10.16 a. m;—1.30—3.10—4.30—6.15 p. m.
Naw Oastlb— 8.83—10.00—11.46 a. m.—4.49
6.49 p. m.
* Dally and Sunday.
f On Sunday only.
99'The black ligures denote the Limited
Express trains.
opVmails
Their Arrival anti Departure, Taking
Effect July 1st, 1MK2.
The Post Office In this city will be open daily,
except Sunday, from e.ao a. in. t«» « p. in.
Private boxes are accessible until 11 p. in. On
Sundays open from 8.30 to 9 30 a. m. Private
boxes accessible from 6 to 8 p. in. Tho whole
sale stamp window will close at 6.30 p. iu. The
money order offioe will close at 8.00 p. m.
MAILS CLOAK AS FOLLOWS :
NORTH.
Wilmington A Northern Railroad to Road In«
the Baltliuoro Central south
Pa., and points
of Chadd's Ford, 7.40 a. in.
Philadelphia rlo.iad p*ouch, 8.30 a. m.
Philadelphia and wuyinail, 9.00 a. in.
New York, Peunsylvuuia and points cost and
west, 9. a. ra.
Delaware Western Railroad to Laudenberg,
10.00 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York city,
and New Jersey, 11.60 n. in.
Philadelphia, New York and all i*olnta east
and west, 1.30 p. in.
Philadelphia, New Y'ork and all points east
and west, 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York cities, elosed
pouches, 9.35 p. in.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all
points west and soalliwost 9.36 p. m.
All points north, east, west and southwest,

Pennsylvania
11.00 p. m.
All LoolsJ
is sent west except New Orleans
which Is sunt south on through mails.
SOUTH.
altlmore and way mall, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. m.
All points on the Peninsula, 8.30 a. in.
Supplementary mall for the Peninsula, 9.00
Baltimore, Washington an«l ad points south,
12.30 p. in.
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elk ton and
Havre do Grace. 12.30 p. in.
Points on Haltimoro Central, between P
Posit, Northeast and Chadd's Ford,12 30 p. in.
Baltimore and Bay Line stoamcrs,4.40p. in.
Ponlnsula north of Harrington, including
Delaware City anti St. Georges, 5.U> p. w.
Baltimore, closed pouch. 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
ll.Oo p. m.
RR.VDT »t»r. DBLIVERT.
» de
MAILS ARRIVE
From Wilmington A Northern Uailruud,
8.30 p. m.
New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and all other points, 6.3o p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and west, 8.3U a. m.
From way mail from Philadelphia, 8.3o a. in.
Erom Peninsula and all north of Harrington
9.16 a. in.
K
Baltimore and way mall, 9.60 a. w.
From Baltimore, 12.30 p. in.
From Peninsula mail, 12.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and point.?
north and cast. 1.30 p. in.
Baltimore, Washington and point«
south, 2.20 p. in.
!
Fr
Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. m.
Phlhiilel\ihla, N
, 5.40 p. n:.
Baltimore, Washington
d southwest. 6.*o p. urt
Carrier« deliveries as follow« :
Al; 10.00 a. in., partial: 1.30 p. i
p. m.. partial.
Collections from stroet hi
carriers at 6.30
i
York
•1 point»
north and
»
T point«
.. gen
., general: -i.OO
south
: C.30 a.
I
are made by tho
d lo.oua. m.,1.20 und 4.00 p.m.
An additional collection will he
all h
«1 W
side at
between Je Hereon
and Thirteenth street«
a lull collection will he
"
. fr..
hard
Inclusive. On Sunday
made at 5.00 p. in. Local letter» lor carrier«'
delivery should bedepogited in the 1'ost Office
ten minutes before tbe hour of delivery.
W . Y. SW1GGLTT. Postmaster.
b
:
DEATHS.
SIN EX- (I
lie :td In
A
fet./ Nehemiali
ar of her
friend« i.r'tli«! family un
lo attend th.» funeral froir
1 Mu.llH.riM reef.«, i
I ■
■ i.
:

of
•lilt IV
lie
in
peetfully I
lied
husband's
Wednesday n
o'elt.ek, with
Ulv

N

•e the h<
t"Vurtl.er
I
ro i
■cd to
lew
etc
w
ILSON'a
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
61C KING STREET.
Connected with Telei h me Exchange.
Call - -
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON,
FUNKHAL Ü1UKCTOR.
2-12-14
N EW
15 UCK WHEAT MEAL!
.Flint received a 'Use article of fresh
Meal
st
—at—
for
J. J. SMITH'S
1
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8T8.
PEIRCE & COOK
Real Estate and Stock Brokers,
H. E. COR. SEVENTH AND SHIPLEY STS.
J. Jackson Pkirck.
Edgar H. Cook.
sep'28-1-14
QPIUM
MORPHINE HABIT
CUBED IN 10 TO 20 DAYS.
TITOUSANDS of references from persons
cured. No pay till enrsd,
DR. J. STEPHENS
of
Lebanon, Ohio. Cincin
nati.
myu^ft
LAWTON'S WAS AW,
CHINA TEA SETS.
We uliow over 100 Styles. A real
China Tea Set, 44 pleoe«, with Solid
Hand, atfS.no.
CHAMBER SETS.
132 patterns, decorate, from $8.00
to |33.00 per get.
A
of
At
In
iu
In
#
by
is
of
SILVER PLATED WARE,
A Aill selection ;
at reduced prices,
approved makes.
WALL BRACKETS
We purchased a
and CABINETS,
lot of samples of James W. Cooper,
Philadelphia, and are offering them at
just otic-hftTf priee.
au
WE OPEN NEW
Our Show Room»
goods every day.
now are well wortli looking at.
W E OCC U P Y
a floor space of 8,208 square feet.
Show rooms brilliantly illuminated till
» p. in., especially for visitors,
waste tin* light.
Do not
LAWTON'S
CHINA BAZAR,
005 MARKET ST.
novG-Jt-M0
WMOWKSSlOWAIi CAM DM.
J )RS. J. N. & J. B. nOBENSACK,
Those nfilloted wllli tne effects of SELF- ABUSE
I .MKHrUKlAI.IZATION Khould notliesltate
■onsiilt J. S. A.L B. IIOIlKNBA('K of 208 N.
Street. IMiilmlelphla, either by inatl or by
ion, during the hours of 8 a. m to2p. tu., anu

8to9 U. iu.
Ad vire» ir
<». Whosoever should know his ro
<1 Ihr wav to Improve il should r»ad
"WISDOM IN A NUT-SHELL."
■ceipt ol three-ceiit stamp.
UUi*.
nt
septM-l-11
JjU. J. P. BURWELL
9J*WILL REMOVE HIS OFFICE-fc*
of
rcRldencr,
To his
NO. 712 WEST STREET,
NOV EM HER THE 1ST.
ort20-lm-l4|
JJANIEL H. FOSTER,
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW,
NO. 017 MARKET STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
iy2-10
200 MAGNIFICENT SQUARE,
nXTT» GRAND Emerson Plano; 11-t price,
8800.
ggrJWpam ELEGANT 7 1-3 OCTAVE,
nrrm FULL AGRAFFE, double moulding
pi lino; list prie«*, f8(J0.
IrnW
OSSam*« HANDSOME
H « < (' PARLOR organa;
«K*t30-ir-28
RTEINWAY UPRIGHT
to GOOD SIX OCTAVE
PI AN*»>.
NEW .STYLE
list prie«». FJIO.
11. F. Iff »HELEN,
No. 710 Market street.
DAN VINO.
pKOF. A. Ö. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
Dancing Academy,
MASONIC TEMPLE,
(Fourth Floor,)
Wilmington, Del.
1882—SEASON OF—1883
COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 11.
GENTLEMEN'S CLASS—Mondav
_._d Tliurs
duy «»vcnliics, from 8 to 10o'clock. Mouday.Scu
tt in her 11, 1882.
LADIES AND CHILDREN'S GLASS—Thurs
day and Saturday aftcrm.i
nlay, ScplciulH-r Pi.
h. eoiniueiiciiig »
Btlnys from 5

.. Saturdays f
LA DIF
2 to 4 p. li
CLASS—Wedncsda
commmeiug
evening from 7
eduesday, Sep
V,
•k,
tin her®.
All the latest and most fa.-hlonahle dances
ruiglit. Including the Lawn Tennlfl, l.nnoers,
Racquet Quadrille, Glide, Stole (jltoje, Five
Newport and all Society Waltzes a
specialty ; taught either privately or
Also a new Minuet specially adapted
as a parlor dauce.
Ne
»"tcp.
In clas
to children
CHOICE OF DAYS.
Schools, AcnilaAries
private «das»
city or out ».f town bhc.ul.l confer with
us practicable for choice of days.
During the summer the Academy too
* handnomely decorated und refitted, and
ow In splendid condition. They will hen after
-<l exclusively for class purposes sud select
In the
have
toe
toe
parti««.
For terms, circular, etc* apply
H. F. RORELKN'8,
No. 710 Market street,
by mall to
„ , m A. 8. W ERSTER,
au 31-tf fio a80nlc Tcm P le « Wllmlngtou^ Del.
RAN KL IN
TYPE FOUNDRY
5
168 Vine Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
ALLISON A SMITH.
VI1-3514
PENSIONS TO ALL
Soldiers il.at were disabled by wound* or disease.
UÄSC 1 a linger or toe. pile», diarrhoea, runture loss
Of eyesight, lo»» ofhearing.heart and lun« dKea"
-heumati» •
r any oüie» disease or hurt bv accl
«toroth,™!,,, , ouapeM l on . Wulo»,.
Micn.lathcrs. moihe™, brother» ud siiuntr.
till—1 to penilon,.Pension, procured where dis.
discharge, obtained. Hon
*" d P»"«'»"» for ell de»erter».
sÆsiï&SiSr Advice* pffigrasa
,witlistamp) B. F. Pritchard,Washington, D. &
SOLDIERS NOW SUFFERING FROM
..,'V OUN 1)8 or disease of any kind cauoed by
military service are entitled to Pension.
\\ blows, minor children, dependent mothers or
fathers of soldiers who dl«»«l from the effects «if
their service are also entitled,
pensioners are entitled
assistance given in Delayed or U«-1eeted claims,as
many can be allowed with but little more evidence.
Complete Instructions with references sent on
application. CHARI.EH A GEORGE A. KING,
Aitorueys-at-law. sie F »tieot, Washington,
U U* 7. f-tf
Many Invalid
Increase. Careful
THIRD EDITION
GEN WOODFORD'S HEAD
The Penalty for Opposing Can
didate Folger.
THE TROUBLE IN CHICAGO
POI.ICK ANI> MAHMUAI.fi.
A Conflict I.lalile to Take Place at The
Chicago Potto To-morrow.
CniCAOo, Nov. 6.-A Washington special
thig morning pays the friend» of Folger are
anxious conccrulug his health, und
afraid his defeat now. after the exc itement
of the campaign, will Result In breaking
him down entirely.
There 1» every prospect that there will he
trouble; at thu polls to-morrow between
United States Marshals and special police.
At the last moment United States Marshal
Jones has declared his intent lou of swearing
In 1,000 deputies lor the purpose of insuring
holier t election. Mayor liarrlgou
says tljese deputies
Republicans, and are pledged to supjxirt
that ticket. Ho therefore proposes to rwe
iu one thousand special police os an offset.
In past years action of this kind ha« always
resulted iu serious disturbance.
# BEATEN TO DEATH.
'John Jennings, connected with tin 1 Ken
nedy Lumber Company, Wisconsin, was led
by some unknown com paillons to the Lake
shore, while druuk lost night, and beuten to
such an exteut that tie died this inouring.
WOODFOIU) MUST GO.
The I*r«*si«lent to Declare Ui» I la
Vacant For Opposing Folger.
Washington, Nov. 6.—It is reported, on
apparent authority, that the President h
yielded to the strong efforts made to see
the removal of e\ Lieutenant Governor
Stewart I.. Woodlord, United States Dis
trict Attorney for the Southern District of
New York. The reeson assigned for the
removal is Woodford's failure, although
Stalwart, to su
the election In
is said, affect the President's decision.
How Two Convicts Escape*!.
Montpelier, Vermont, Nov. <L—Frnnk
Gilford and George Bates, con lined in the
WaslPngton county jail for un attempted
burglary of the Northlleld savings bank,
escaped on Saturday evening. They picked
the lock of the dungeon door on the upper
tier of cells. They then removed a block
of granite 20 Indies long from the celling,
letting them into the attic over the jail. A
hole wus made iu the wall, quilts tied to
gether and they descended to the ground.
Willing to be Hange. t.
Columbus, O., Nov. fi.—A strange con
fession has been received from Levi Kelp, a
ebnvict confined here firm assault with
intent to kill. He informed a Keeper some
time ago that he killed NoahOpps,
pauper confined in the Seneca County In
firmary, and *6ys he is willing to hang lor
the deed.
au
ill all
I."
Folger. The result of
York State will not, it
jrport
IlMli.C
A Fatal Jtiiiiuniiy.
Jp.rsby City, Nov. C — Henry Bolltnan
and James Louis Iioug were thrown from a
buggy on Bergen avenue early this morning.
Bcliman (aught his itcud between the h|M)k<'s
of a wheel and was dragged over half a
mile and killed. Hoag wus badly hurt.
Tallow an«! D reuse A bin/.«*.
Peabody,
Rust's tallow
atroyed by fire this morning. L<
ItiMirunce $1,300. The loss of William W.
Frye, currier, occupying the upper story,
was $2,500. Insuratu c f2,50o.
A Cabinet Humor.
Washington, Nov. «.—The rumor is re
vived that Post master General Howe will
soon resign from the Cabinet, ami that
Assistant Postmaster Genera) Hatton will
•succeed him.
Mass., Nov.
0.—Elbridge
ami grease factory iy*s d»v
$5,000.
IttKClTk MARKETS.
What We I.at and What We Pay for It—
To-day'» {Street Market Quotations.
MKATH AMD
Butter, per pound.
Egg*, wholesale, per dozen
Errs, retail, per d
Chickcm*, retail, per pound
ühlckeri!*, per pair.
Springehlt-keuf, per pair..
Spring chicken*, p
Onlckcns.per pd. v
Sirloin steukit per pound
Rumpsteaks per pound.
Round steak« per pound.
Rib roast per pound.
Chuck
Stewing pie*
Bolling bits j
Shins, per pound.
Kidney fat,per pound ...
Ijumh chop-, per pound..
Ijiimti roast.-, per pound..
Mutton chop«, per pound
Mutton roast«, _
Veal cutlet«, pe'r pound..
Voal roast« per pound ...
Harn«, wholesale, per pou
Hams, sliced, per pound.
Shoulders, wholesale,per p
Shoulder«, retail, per pound...
Bacou, retail, per pound_
Sausago, smoked, per pound
Halogna suusuge, per pound
Hogshead cheese, per pound
Puddings, tier nound.
Lard, wholesale per pound.
Iuird, retail, per L4uud.
Cheese.
risioxN.
«
(D f .38
.'U itQ
I
-3o iq .32
.19 k$ .29
i.«8i nq 1.5-j
.76 it} 1.00
.17 ki) . .18
.13 in .14
.25 O) .30
.22 iÿ .26
.18 Vv .20
.26 *4 .30
.14 4V .10
pound
p«l. wholesale
pound
ni
.12
>ouud
.19
.10
. s
.•20 (D
.16 in
.15 is
15
per pound
. 1 «
.2u is
.18 (n)
.18
!
. .16 «
. .20 é
nd ,12>4
17
.14
.16
.18
.18
.10 f}}
.10 is
• 12 iS
. .08 is
.12
.12
•1 W
.12
FIHH.
l'lke.
Jjukc «had.
. .15
7
.16
.10
HIscocb.
t
Pollock.
Rock ItBh, per pound
White Perch, per pound
'Trout, per pound.
Halibut, per pound.
Catfish, per
Mack*rcl, ].
.15
•12 @
.12 <rÿ
.1ï',
.15
pound
-Y-X'S
.21
ct piece
•i-'H
BKRKlssn
Bananmis, per dozen.
Louion«, per dozen...
Grange«, per dozen.
Grapes, per pound, wholesale
Grapes,per pound, retail.
Apple«, per half peck.
ND FilUiTf
.•jo ft
.20 til}
.30 tu
< .
. .08 is
. .18
.12
mr VBOBTABLBS.
New potatoes, per barrel.
New potatoes, per half-pock...
Sweet pototoe«, per basket.
Sweet potato«
Tomatoes, pci
. 2.50 <o)
3 00
.14 iS
.-:=i
hull'peck
.16
P
. 1(1
„ _ . half peck....
Cabbage, per head.
Crate onions, per «rrate.
t/'rate onions, per half peck
Radishes, per bunch.
Egg plant«, per pin
Turnips, per half p«
Celery, per bunch.
.12 it) .H»
..
70 i,) l.nu
.20 (ri)

3
. .13 in
. .08 ft
. 1 «
.12
Local «quotations.
TlIU WII LIAM Lka &
Sons Company, Baanoywink Mill*—
W'llXAT F
VLSI'11 PKU BAlt'L.
Wm. Lea &. Boa's 'Best'
Clifton F.F. F Extra do e ou
Poutaxat F. do. Family do ö 76
Kirkwood Roller Ground,
Occidental
Superfine
VBBD.
Best middlings,
Best ship null,
Ruffins,
Cutlins,
Corn shorts,
Bran,
Corrected Daily
5
wholesale, retail.
Roller Patent
77 65
7 40
e tu
do 6 60
do
4 25
4
per ton.
.
• .
: r
: I
per hundred.
72 U6fÿ2 lu
2 1007.2 16
1 986^2 U i
TU® 75
per bushel.
. W
Corn meal, fine yollow, 37.r
Corn meal, white.
Corn meal, coarse,
bereeniug«.
&
: '■
* •
Prime vcllow corn,
Prime long-berry wheat.
New York Markets.
NbwYork, Nov. 8.—Flour.dull; No. 2.Slate
2.60a3.60; mi per fine Mute, fJ.WutW.co. '
1 Wheat. Irregular; No. 2 red wluler, fl.OÖ^a
Corn, irregular; No. 2, 86^.
Oats, quiet; No. 2. oush, 414.u44: d«.. Novelli
er, 42Ua43.
Rye, dull: Western, 89a71.
Barley, «lull; N<,. 2Canada Hh.
Pork, quiet; f22.26af22.60, cash.
Lard. «|Ulet, $12.26.
Butter, firm; State creamery fane*'
Sugar, quiet: full to good refining.'
Rggs. quiut: ttta.v, 2Va3u.
lu
«if
.31
ft nr uooiM'
H pro ml Bargains—KtMMll.
a
HIVE
BEE
306—Market St—306
WK Alt* SOW SHOWING THE
Largest and Best Stock
-(>F
BROCADES,
SATINS, FLUSHES,
VELVETS,
DRESS GOODS
AND TRIMMINGS
SILKS,
t
wo have ever offered, and many
derided bargains among
them
A Very Attractive Stock
>U
HOSIERY.
GLOVES,
UNDERWEAR,
AT oru USUALLY LOW TRICKS.
R. L. RUSSELL,
30G Market Street.
mvl-M-mwf
Fancy Hunlcry und Umlerwssr.
^EW GOCIW 1
S. h. STAATS,
No. 405
Market Street,
IS OPENING ALMOST DAILY
In
d beautiful designs
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND GERMAN
FANCY HOSIERY
FOR LADIES, GENTS AND MISSES.
Also open lug n large and WELL
BELEGT KI> bTOUK OF
Ladles',
Gentlemen'*
Children's
and
Merino Underwear
1
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET RATES
Now Dross Doom», Ac., at sharps.
wiLLiAii u. Sharp,
Fourth and Market Sts.,
New Dress Goods
AT REDUCED PRICFJ.
Colored and Dress Silks,
Direct from tho Importer.
Cloths and Cassimeres.
Tn« largest stock
have '
offered.
-Also a full line of—
CAUrETS AND OlL CLOTHS,
Frc
35 c«aits to ^2.00 per yard.
WM. B. SHARP.
Fourth and Market Sts.
A LAI:;; -
»II who
c suffering from the
»rsofindls
H Of
inaiihooil, «»le
FREI
Hi. in'
weakness
ar! y decay,
recipe that
III
I a
will
OF < II AIP. E. This
■'lv was discovered by a missionary In .
Tl* 1 ». Kioid a »«•lt-ii«Jdre»M»d en \ Hope lo the
. JU8KP11 T. INMAN, htatlon I». New York
octf.tu.ly
• y
Æ!uSi
A
Rkv
City.
HEFFNER'S
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
- Hasemei
of
235 MARKET STREET.
Meals served fi t
2 night.
«« 1*28-3111-14
T
EA ! TEA ! 1 EA !
tired ( bests of verv choice
received, among the
tl 80c. These good«
new chop and di
TEAS.
crop
ourJiiHtly famous
» all eholce hraud*
;rve a trial by all lovers of good
TEAS just
\V
• also constantly
Choice
;c«'lvlng new involc
Java
;alho Coffees, (,'t.ff«
d our choice Breakfast Coffee at 25c.
quailed anywhere. Our Coffees
personal ^supervision.
of COFFEES.
«I M:
M'.i-lia, Rio,
12, 15,
I\ 2o, J
W hich Is
.•
e »Pl<
specialty.
CRIPPEN'8
—TEA STORE—
No. 5, E. Second St., Wil., Del.
j^OTÏCE.
1,000 Pairs More
—OF—
Those $1.00 SHOES.
EWING, 6 E. Front Street.
t28-14-lin
ii -
HI'-« F.IVI.I»
Fii
«tore from Market.
QKEAT RUSH
—FOR—
OYSTERS!
J. T GARDNER,
l uit. SEVENTH AN UHH1P1.EY STS.
i* lull
»II 1»'
agr.ii
has added m
Ids business, and In
with OY8TKR8 I
ill d«»llv«-r oysters
re left with the driver will
'»• oct2-lral4
aid
sho
noli
nil
»r the city, «in
i«T»tly attended
l;;:

i>
I/m-'.lTT.l- A ' ™OMA8, 8T. CLOUD
I. . l l . M W ■•-»iniftou. I). (■„ i.rsnloc»
. . . V' l ' »Red States Generul I.and Office.
« n.pt l o i ia ud'tom i iV-hteu *l <: ,in< °® a * ,nö » udntiijr, ^r«*
J ibpartiin-ut ol the interto.r and Supreme
I .ill < lasses «.1 claims toelor«» the Execu
ent. _ Hpeclal attention give
( ..
De,
to
-nil«' CltHL'H.
id all kill«
Land W ..■ ■
Iso. land scrip bought and sold
II.
^ I'OaiTIVECUKE
WITHOUT MEDICINE!»
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUCHES
Patented, October 16th, 1876.
—One box of—
No. i win
N«>. 2 will cure the
<>f how long standing.
!!ÏI2S' oSSt.°JL
r« e, lnt'«?f V'IÏ'to.e 8 L 1 î- 1 '.^"«Klsts «>r mat'oU ^..
for t/rcul.f.' i»; w particular. Ma3
• nny
5 four days or less,
ost obstinate cas«».
no
Ni
J. C. ALLAN CO.,
83 John street. New York
lams
8VWDAY ST AM
güBSCRIB* TO*
THE SUNDAY STAR.
M
U
ADVERTISE IN
THE SUNDAY STAR,
V
u
-THI
Only Sunday N ewspapek
-IV—
WILMINGTON.
\
All the Local
Telegraphic News
Strictly Non-Partisan.
SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES A8
ADVERTISING MEDIUM.
"THE STAR
Ia served to subscriber* rougbout tbe city
early ou Sunday mornings at tbe
moderate pries of
WTKI.VE CENTS A MONTH, PAYABLE
AT THE END O? THE MONTH.
SINGLE COPIES, THREE CENTS
ADDRESS
J. B. BELL
no. fcoa K^iisra st
fourth edit
^ big fire IN
Ma
I lie Tow
n Portland
Harnes.
tfurlow weed s
ILLNI
<>VEK TIIK n ka
A ll Kind, nr N«„, ,,*
P*K!^, N,)V. f. _|. r , ... .
openlnit i>I the < ham|,,« „,i, ,U w ro .
eonfldenee. Irthe, u ""l*. ,kf ''t«
try Will dissolve chamber» »ml"* 1 ie
country. trs ul1 '* appeal
London, Nuv « —t „,.,1 »■
formed the Forte that 'tj pJW 1 * »
ment deems It unde! r «» ."tf" 1 ' *
-hould an
poMibly f.iu. IM. frleoù'"?"?"
recovr. hto health, hi. ml,
ma.iently affected. 1,1 w
ST. PetESBIHH, Nov f,_TI„ v
*• over in 'j .•'«»
St. 1 kTBKKUl'Bl), N,,v ,
imllce have dtacovered the ,,.! '
.■or,»pir»oy at Pulatu» cncoaraci,,! ,
of the pomuntrv. Tim 1,1,11,,. J
capture two liunilml irtie™S!
Caiiio, Not. II.—Tim r„m.. „
Prophet hnve made Ovv aeeault/ m
town Of Abe!,1 In the 8o»ed*n, h„
to hare been rrpulwd with créât loJ
prophet continue» to tdT.nw upon
Alexandria, Nov. fi.-p.,. D „ rl , .
here from Europe Indicate the ,!
breaking off negotiation» between f
aud iruucc. Thl« 1» cnrrohnraii il |
tho acknowledged Incrc.w iu tbed.,
of opinion» over pending negotiation,
now believed that these
what brought about auddeii »pw,i n .
J.ord Dufferln to a »pedal nifablon.
nil'LOMAT8 CIliNMNO AOOl T
Berlin, Nov.fi.-It ia »tronglv r«
here la circle« generally, po.ae.eing
information, ami »eiul^fficiall, r™
the preM, that relations between E
and France on
tion are not
that
complleitto
tor
R»c EiypflM
-hat they i« r
reports sent out Lv
land to the press do not tiv idt
represent the situation as it to, but
British government would like io
understood. When Ignatieff visit*
almost as much was definitely kn
England's policy
velopcd by occurrences, ar.U he s
urgeil upon France the neccwitYof
Russia and opposing the (Jem*
Great Britain. This was the ei
France's original objection propos«
abandon joint control, and huthui
suited only iu a modification of th
and not the substance of England s«
sition. It is now btau-d thj
French minister has gone j
further than the English govemmed
to have published and prc-cinptonlin
to forfeit joint control und demul
representation. While this hasbtnl
its immediate instigation of the Run
F rench Cabinet understandsth»ttb]
urged by Prince Ignat iff has the entl
pathy and endorsement of Bin
C'abluct, even if not ëugçe»i
the Prime Minister h.mu
Russia. In view of this fact that Ei
not yet on such friendly term* with
public as to make any direct suggm
policy likely to meet with a favorabl
tion. There is, however, reason to!
that Gcrtnuny may make such rea
tions to the British Gorenimentl
given the latter to unden-tand that!
sonablc demands hv France would I
least with the moral support of fieri
Darmstadt. Nov. fi — Rudoph II
the celebrated Historical painter, m
has since
A TOWN OK IIIO•
Portland, Mulne, Hufferlng From
flsgratlon—Heavy to».
Portland, Mk., Nov. fi— A
morning consumed the Uni«
tral wharf, and three wooden bull!
Commercial street, and I»
among the wood#
and Wedgery wharves,
asked of 8 iico, Bitldcford anti Bat
estimated at $400,000.
wh
n v
huildiues on
I.AT EH.
The following firm« are kmwn I
been burned out, hut it i« almost iw
get accurute
Emery, lumber dealer : Charles"» ■
& (Jo., dealers in prepared hone,
A Co., iron dealers, Lewis A bo.. »
and exporters of lumber ; burtuj
fish dealers; J. F. îiaiid & Ç'-* *
; Nutter, Kimball « 1
information :
grocers
E. Cliurcliill A Co., taiiork
6»i| loft ; Hooper Bros., tram a«
Tbe bulldiups burucl »vireo*»«
Joliu Smith. It Is reportedtW«»
anec policies n'»»
; A
...uo .au out vr»trrd»fJ
believed that most parties tum"
fully Insured. 1
The safe owned by Isaac
being played on. It contains^,
this morning.
Care
Railroad Accident From
PomfweTj Conn v ' % *'
train No. 16 of tbe
land railroad
freight train, west o!
morning. Both engines • _
and several cars of the Inig .
baggage car of the passent
engineer of the passenger lra ' ^
jured. The veeident ttaa -
engineer and conductor of . t J
running their past meeting 1
the rule«.
i;.-P
New York .2 N
into thu w
Xhurlnw Weed'» roncMM""j
New Yoiik, Not. ü f' TI !" r ,y
ps»»c(l a restlc»» "iptit. > , 1C if <1
Iortable this morning,a"' 1 "J»" I
very well."
• All ladles who mw
prostration: who ! ."* ,.[yifc»nrn
ment: who liavoaBonHe j j |
Inwo/lassitude : who aw »»g -
Ing; in whom tho 11 'l*'j 1 , rfl
clous und Bleep at prop® pj D j[iiuiu
have rooouwe to Mrs. i >»*
Compound.
f»o«l
i V
ittf TAKE PLEASURE
W tHE ATTENTION Ot
PIANO
-and
OBG.
«i r-f
Ror«« 10 our tlic "
Mock, J«»t opened. « j i„ IW
ment of ln»trniiiMil< lo 1 j, ( . r ,oiH »'
the moat tempting P**» * t „ iiu lr
ssaas.w&tta
nstruinent», »«« * or „«it.
whether they wish K> J,iy
&
D. S. Johnston
West
gQl'ARï'
46 and 48
fountain
C lXCIN.IAfl
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