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SECOND EDITION
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I MURDER AND ROBBERY
Arrival of the Caskets for
DeLong's Party.
AN ENGLISHMAN'S "TAFFY"
SAILING IN THK STOHM.
Melville Tell* About the ««operation of
the Boat*—Signal* Which Were Ml»*
understood.
Washington, Nov. I T — Chief Engineer
■Melville in hi* toftti trinity before fie Jeanette
Board of Inquiry Ll*l*» 11
count of the Huai #cp.< r.
the storm on September 12th. He said that
on that night he with liis boat had orders to
keep astern of the first boat,
his boat had in the storm gotten somewhat
ahead being a faster sailor than the others,
île said Captain DeLong made signal»* to
ward him and he ordered his crew to lower
that they could drift down towards»
PeEong, but the sea came over into the
lwat aud DeLong made another signal,
which he took to mean that he need not
atop as there was danger iu so doing, so he
again allowed his boat to run before the
storm aud soon lost sight of them.
îJoüu after he, (Melville), remarked to
Pawenhower, who sat nearest him, that he
thought they ought to heave to, so as to
prevent their l>oat from getting so fur ahead
ot the others. Dantrnhower replied, "Yes,
MeVrüle, wc ought to have done that
before."
They then formed a drag and by Dancu
hower's aid the boat was hove to, but they
saw the others again. Melville's ad
mission that Dancnhowcr had favored the
slopping of the l>oat to wait lor the others
earlier than it was stopped, created a sensa
tion, as neither Dauenhowcr
had heretofore publicly claimed that for
him.
ing gave his ac>
of the boats in
At this time
I
his friends
CASKETS FOR THE DEAD.
Minister Hunt writes to the Navy De
partment fron» 8t. Petersburg that the
burial caskets sent from New York, in
which to bury DeLong ami party, have ar
rived there ami were admitted free of duty
at the Custom House. They have beeu
forwarded to Orenburg to await the arrival
of the bodies under tfic care «>1 Lieutenant
Halter.
A Clerical Ki
To the Editor
* the Gazette.—P er
: to &ay as one of the clerks of the
mit
election held In Mill Creek hundred »»pon
Tuesday, November 7, that the appuient
error bet we
lhe poll lint and the tally
purely a mlHtakc of the clerks,
suspicion
< hambers, the inspector of said election.
W. T. Lynam.
»fleet w
ind that.
Joseph H.
•Sts U I
Wilmington, Nov. 13.
Young Spurgeon Pleure«!.
New York, Nov. 18.—Rev. Charles If.
^purgeai», Jr., son of the celebrated pulpit
orator of London, visited tho Baptist Con
ference at Brooklyn to-day and made n
short address. He praised the hospitality
of the Americans, und said the national
coat of arms should be a locking chair, for
they were always at home and their motto
always was "walk in."
A Fire In Providence.
Providence, II. I., Nov. 13.—The three
story brick house, Nos.IT to 5*0 Eddy street,
owned by Billings Brothers, was damaged
$.'►,000 by fire this morning. The Keming
1 oh Manufacturing Company occupied a
portion of the premises and los« 813.000:
Witheroll, Butt & Grant lose $3,000.
total loss is estimated at 135,000.
Walker's Deadly Axe.
Spartensbueg, Ga., Nov. 13.—Mose
Hawkins, while visiting at the house of 3am
Walker got Into a dispute with the latter,
during which Walket became so enraged
that he picked up an axe and after knocking
kins down, hacked his Head off with it.
►Valkcr's wife lias been arrested
charge of being an accessory.
The
v.
the
InceiKliarlHtii, Munie
Kiiik, Ga., Nov. 13.—Ale?
«1 ltob!»«ry.
(1er Brad
last night, und
Vvhüe he waa endeavoring to flight the flainea
two masked men entere the house, shot his
wife and nelcc and carried off a trunk with
If1,000 in cash
bonds.
bury s barn was set
fl
•1 $5,000 in Government
Testimony
Washington, Nov. 13.—Thctteuate com
c, appointed last
session, consisting of Senators Logan,Homp
1 on, Vance and Jones, met to-dav and or
f.ani/.cd. To-morrow they will begin taking
the testimony of experts.
lteady for Fail llu*.
Our fall Btosk of bat* and caps now in
store. The most elegant stock of Derby
h .u we ever had made up. Prices as usual,
the lowest in the city. E. II. Rumford &
Jiro., No. 404 Market street.
A iTiiln<l*l|thi:i .Suicide.
Philadelphia, Nov. 13.—Edward Flynn,
Rged 43, a saloon keeper, committed suicide
.his morning by swallowing laifdai
«••count of business and domestic troubles.
Orda
mit tee
heavy ord
A Key West Dr
Jacksonvit.lb, Fla
M ogul ne and Pedro M
Cubans were drowned by the < apaizing of a
boat near Key West y< sterduy.
CITY ITEMS
liing.
Nov. 13.—Joseph
uine
ci
. all
flliM. II. Vary, Phila. Messenger, 603 Market.
Sutter!oy & Co., Photographer-, 302 Market st
When in need of a
Heater, Hiuigo and St
Shipley street, and ask t
F^tpocittl attention is called > the Maui
Range, and tho Koval Hange
Gook Stoves
and Stove H
II at Sciiocu'i.
*C, 2W» t.) 213
H
■ the M
if Ifaint'-.
■ ;
Isior
it
Range
o 213 .Shi ple
in addition to the Heater, Hangt
business we w ould call especial u
:i topic fuclltties to on
•on. Hr,
, 9DÜ and 213 Ship
, ... stove needs
v.c will attend to It promptly, Schocn,
113 Shipley street.
purchasing don't rail to call and s.
d Ilt^.viii" Hanges, at Schocn
go and Stove House. 52UU to 2

1 Nt
s hodd.dly 'htr
tl /me work.
«in
to .»id
in. Snoot I
ppe
Sell
street.
t! Vi
tho "Mugic
Heater, Ku
Shipley street.
Does y
:
d repairing
Do vou
toed
Do
.
xehti
II ut Nch
Heater, Hung# and Store House
Shipley street, and ho will give y
No troubla to show gooiD.
Sehoou'# Heater, Hange und Nt**vc H<
cctcd with the Tele
will
y<
or range? It
id 213
to 213 Shipley street. I.» co
phono Exchange,
rompt, attention.
Bricks, urates and rejiairs c
l Sc hoc ns Mentor, Hnatro n
»« to 213 Ship]
d all ortie
•celve
I
i stan fly . ..
d Stove House,
1 1* ■ ! .
TUE UAILltOAD!«.
A Local Time Tab!© With th© Lat«et
Correction*.
THAI NS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
PHU.A.— 58.00*— 2.23* — 6.30-6.55 7.00t— 7.t0
-8.10f—6.16—O.OuJ— 9.30t —9.58J—10.30—11.53 a.
—12.00 ♦ mv—12.16—12.B»—1.53—2.301—i.00—
7*—6.8«f—6.10—C.38*—7.26—7.80*— 2.56« pin_
YORK — 2.00*— 2.23»— 8.30—7.60—9.60—
11.63 it. pa— 12.38—1.63—6.17*—6.38*—7.20 p.m.
Walttmor*— l.Oi»—1.42*—4.61*— 8.05* — y.17
ID.—12.26—l.OO-l.OD—5.00— 5.«k>—ö. 57—
.04* p. IQ.
6.17
Nm
Uj.oo ft.
:
w ARM l xriTON—1.42*—4.51*—8.05—9.17
1 0« —I .Ot*—8.57—11. «4» p. iu.
Baltimore
1.06*—9.17 10.00 ».
* Trains
a. tn:
IETKRMSDIATB 8TATI0ÏÏS—
;—1.00—e.iFj p. m.
. „ , nnlbg both dally and Sunday.
1 1 rains running only on Sunday.
..ÄsrwStaÄ K,rry r,,r uld " oi,ot '
Delaware Railroad— fl.uo*—y.io a.
—'l.«0* 6.26f p. tn. Ho Sunday trains.
* For New f Jantle only
t For Harr! ngt.
nne.
i;—1.06
and intermediate ptation».
WlLiriNOTON fc NoUTHKRM RAILROAD—7.47 ft.
M;—1.86 1 1,00—8.30 p. m. 4 in smui iv r,,*
Reading and St. Poter— «.10 a. m . ' ^
1 I'Elawawc Wbrthhn Railroad—7.06—10.30
t
». ms—4.90 p. B1. SaM»j trmln» 10.10». m—«.00
!■*»• ,_
ÏK AI NS ARBITRAT wii.atimm>N VE DM
l»HiL*D»j.r«iA—U.OO-1.00—1J3*—4.«*—7.«
8.051*—B. 13—0.00—lO.lOf—11.31—lï Si ». m;—12.M
—1.07 —iU»t -«.•*- 4.80- 4. SO— (.40—0.48—0.K
—8.48—7.847—7.46—0.(0—10A8—10.40 p. m.
NOW ï OŒ—1.83*—4.47*—0.087—0.13 4. m;
52.50—1.07 —(.44—8.48*—10.40 ». m.
Halti*OM~ 1.01*—Ï.13»—O.S4-0.00-U.48 4.
m:—l».se—l.to-0.11*—8.00*—7.94—0.40* d. m.
W48BIHOTO»—1.81*—11»—11.484. m,-—19.30
—1.80—0 U*-6.3Q*—7.94—0.40« p. m.
• Botta daily and Sunday,
ton Sunday only.
iHfLXWARB HAïLRO
*
40—8.60—lQ.16*A.ra;—12.04
—5.06*—4.06 p. m. No Sunday train*.
• From New Castle only.
WlLMIHOTOn fit N ORTH KR N RAILROAD—6.
*.40—11.36 a. m;—5.40 p. m. On Sunday from
Heading and St Fetor at T10 p. m.
Dklawarr Wr*t»rr Railroad—§. 00a. my—
2!» n. m. Sunday trains 0.10 a. m.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILMINGTON
Philadelphia Nrw Broad Strrrt Dwot
n.30*—3.60*— «.»— T.ao*-a.uo—8.ai—a.Mt-io.1«
—11.10—11.60 a. m;-—19.93—1.3at—1.89—8.18—
4.056- 4.2b- 6.06— 6.5»— 6.66- 6.06f — 6.3® —A30*
—0.30-10.00-11.S3* P* m.
Broad abd w abri rotor atsku»— 8.80—8.00
—10.16 a. m;—1.30—3.10—*.30—6.16 p. m.
New Oabtlb—*. 80—10.00—11.40 a. m.— 4.4*—
A4« p. in.
* Dally and Sunday,
f On Sunday only.
OFThe black figure# denote the Limited
Kxpress traîna.
OCR MAILS
Tbelr Arrival and Departure, Taking
F fleet July 1st, 188*.
Tho Post Office in this city will be open daily,
except Sunday, from 6.30 a. m. to 9 p. w.
Private boxes are accessible until 11 p. m. On
Sundays open irotn 8.80 to 9.30 a. m. Private
boxes accessible from 6 to 8 p. m. The whole
sale stamp window will close at 0.30 p. m. Th*
money order office will close at 6.00 p. m.
KAILS CLOSE 8 FOLLOWS :
NORTH.
W ilminuton A Northern Railroad to Heading
and points -
Chadd's Ford
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.30 *. m.
Philadelphia and wcymall, 0.00 a. m.
New York, Pennsylvauta and points east and
west. v. a. m.
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenbcrg,
10.00 a. m.
FOR
on the Baltimore Central south
, 7.40 a. m.
Fa.
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
and New Jovsey, 11.60 a. tn.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west, 1.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west, 4.40 p. in.
Philadelphia and New York cities, closed
pouches, 9.36 p. m.
Pennsylvania west of loancaster, and all
points went and southweat 9.36 p. m.
All points north, east, west and southwest,
Lu
the
11.00 p. ID.
All Louisiana ts seut west except New Orleans
which Is sont south ou through malls.
SOUTH.
altlmoro and way mall, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. m.
All points
Supplementary mail for the Peninsula, 9.00
tho Peninsula, 8.30 a. m.
Haiti more, Washington and all points south.
12.30 p. in.
Newport. Stanton, Newark, Elkton
Havre de Grace, 12.80
Poln
Posit, Northeast and t'hadd's Ford,12 30 p. m.
Haltltuoroand Bay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harriuicton. inch.ding
Delaware (.'tty and St. Georges, 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.60 p. m.
Haiti more, Washington and all points south
and
y
race, ix.itu n. in.
Kaitlmore i.'eutral. bctwœn P
( de
11.
MAILS A PRIVE AND
Wtlialagt
DT VOR DKLIVKIiT.
fi i Northern Kail road,
New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and ail other ptdnt.», 6.30 p. tn.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, oust and west, B.So a. m.
From way mail from Philadelphia, 8.3« a. tn.
Eroru Peninsula and ail north of Harrington
0.3« p. in.
f
it
of
to
its
all
ol
• I
^
I
FroiA Haltluiore and way mail, 9.6« a. m.
Baltimore, 12.30 p. m.
From Peninsula mail, 12.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east. 1.3« p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and points
south, 2.Î30 p. in.
i
F
Ur.
01
Delaware Western Railroad, '2.30 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York, and points
north and oa*l, 5.4« p. in.
Itaitimoro, Washington and points
south and southwest. 5.4« 1». in.
Carriers deliveries as follows :
oral; 10.00 a. iu., partial; 1 .'Mu. 1
p. ni., partial.
: 6.30 a. m. gsu
general; 4.UO
Collections from n'.reet boxes are made by the
carriers at 6.:iu aud 19.00 a. ir .,1.3« uud 4.00 p. m.
An additional collection will bo made at7.3*>
V- fr ? m all boxes between Jefferson und
Lombard an«l \\ator uud Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. (mSuiiUiiji « -.ull collection will lie
made ut 6.00 p. m. Loc-.l letters for carriers'
delivery should be deposited in tho Post Office
ten mtuuli s before tho hour ot delivery
W . Y. H WKJGhTT. Postmaster.
W
ILÖUN'o
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
616 KING 8TREET.
«ted with Telepit
in
&
Cc
Kxchang*.
Call - -
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J* A. WILSON,
Funeral DiuxcTOn
2-12-54
N
KCKWEAH.
Ni
York
Neckwear for
eitles in spring and summer
hi. l*Kl(TE» alwsvs
SHIRTS !
Our 4.1
cUleuce 11
DollarHhirt bu» a reputation for ex*
■equalled In thUrity.
MEN'S FURNISHING 'GOODS,
every vb lug belonging
A full Jlue
species.
the
WM. B. COLE.
MARKET STREET
202
OEFFNEU 3
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
a
all
—Base
eut of
285 MARKET STREET.
Meals served from 7 a.
• to 12 night.
st
sepC8-3
i-14
j
!
HOUSE
1
Hi
V
-AMD—
sign
PAINTIKG
—ALSO 3
IT U 35 SCOIN
Alptiy Executed.
8^*Neatly ami 1*
G. W. BOULDEN,
No. 307 King Street.
7.6-25-tf
PEIRCE & COOK
3
Ileal Estate and Stock Brokers,
8. E. COE. SEVENTH AND S5111*1.EV 8TS.
J. Jackson Pkircr.
KbCiAH K. 4'OOK.
4
N e;4
BUCKWHEAT MEAL!
a.
Jiirit'reeelved a line article of fresh
cw Meal
— AT- -
J. J. SMITH'S
1
FOURTH AND SHI PLI7 STB
' VPIUM
tn:
MORPHINE habit
C'UItK!) IN 107 O : 0 DAYS.
'
THOUSANDS of reform «e« from persoii6
cured. No pay till cin%td.
DU J. SmPHENS
ft.
Lebanon, Ohio.
nati.
Gincir
ni y 11 -2*»
*ï TOU GOIÎfO TO PAINT »
JAMES & BROTHER,
HARDWARE DEALERS,
204 Market St.,
* HAVE A FULL LINE OF
LEWIS LEAD, I g
VARNISHES,
£
-
h
COLORS IN OIL, : g
PUTTY,
OIL FINISH,
Si
BRUSHES,
m
"SS S
GLASS,
GRAINING,
«
; g 'COLORS,
OILS,
is
TURPENTINE, COLORS DRY,
FOR SALE AT THE LOWEST CASH PRICE.
204 MARKET STREET,
Wilmington, Del.
E TAKE PLEASURE IN CALLING
THE ATTENTION OF
w
PIANO
—AND—
ORGAN
Lu y ers to our NEW, LARGE and ELEGANT
stock. Just opened. Wc offer the lliiest asvort
meut of Instruments to he found !h the city, nt
the most tempt! 11 g prices. Persons wishing to
purchase will tiu.1 It greatly to their Interest to
give us a caH. We take pleasure In show lug
nstrumenu, and In givlii* attention to all,
whether they wish to buy or not.
D. S. Johnston & Co.
46 and 48 West Fifth St.
FOUNTAIN SQUARE.
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y 11
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JRON RAILING»
—AN li
IRON WORK
FOR BUILDINGS.
J. P. WALTON A CO.
ESTIMATES FURNISHED ON A Pi'Ll
CATION.
1
552 & 554 W. Sixth >St..
Cincinnati.
i V11-354
(jREAT KUSH
O Y ST Eli SW
J. T GARDNER,
COR. SEVENTH AND SHIPLEY STS.
hu* added more help to Ids business, nnd Is now
able to supply all person« with 4>Y ST Kits at short
notice, m* wagon will deliver oysters to all
pai taol the city, ordei* I#ft with the driver will
b* promptly munde a to. oct2- 'iclt
THIRD EDITION
FROM FOREIGN SHORES
—TIIE
Whisky for Army Officers
Captured.
The
under
Its
The
of
begin*
The
a
succeed
will
C,
cal
paper«,
the
life
be
A
Hori*e
Jr.,
son
CUT,
■Work,
small
It
whole
R.
Cable
fie»h
•The
FLOUR THE CAUSE OF DEATH
niSKtl.N NEWS TO-DAY.
Spain's New Royal Infant—New* of In
terest Over the Ocean.
Paris, Nov. 18.—The river* Seine and
Marne are rapidly rising and grave fear* are
entertained that they will overflow their
hanks, thereby causing great damage to
property in aud around this city.
Dublin, Nov. 18.—The trial of the Joyce
Phil bins,
murderers commenced to-day.
who turned State's evidence, was placed
upon the stand.
ViiNXA, Nov. 13.—The printers of this
city and through neighboring cities at e on a
strike and threaten some other courie unies»
their demand for increased pay 1* at once
complied with.
Madrid, Nov. 18.—It is reported that the
new infanta, who was boru yesterday, Is
dangerously ill. The condition of the Queen
is satisfactory.
MEANT FIGHT IN EARNEST.
Railroad Men Who Didn't Like Blank
Cartridge* In a Duel.
Philadelphia, Nov. 13.—A special dis
patch from Easton, Pa., say* two railroad
men, whose names are withheld, fought a
duel on ! .«high-. Ü ill yesterday over the
alleged faithlessness of the wife of one with
the other. They were placed 20 feet apart
and exchanged seven shots, without either
being hit. This is explained by the fact
that their seconds agreed privately to insert
blank cartridges.
The principals, when they were Informed
of this fact, became so enraged
threw away their weapons and went for one
another with bare ku tickles. They fought,
three rounds when they were separated.
Both were badly punished.
Officer* and Their Tipple.
Washington, Nov. 13.—The Commis
sioner of Indian Atrairs is Informed that
the United States Marshal of Indian Terri
tory seised a quantity of whisky sent In
there by army officers against the law. The
commander of the department protested
against the seixure a* being illegal and cites
law as excepting liquor for officers. Gen
eral Sherman endorsed the protest, and
the matter will be referred to Secretary
Teller.
tc.
by
iiis*y
a
I
ou
that they
1
STf
xlne
#7.60.
in
The Nonifttown Polaontng.
Pimladei.piiia, Nov. 13.—The analysis
of the remainder of the flour used In making
the pie which poisoned the Garber family at
Norristown, shows the presence of240 grains
of urscnle, sufficient to kill 120 people.
Garber senior was bulled this morning.
His son is dying but the other members of
the family are recovering, liiere is still
due to the perpetratora of the crime.
Im
ami
of
it
will
I*
Drowned in a Torrent.
Metropolis, III., Nov. 13.—Alfred Wil
son, hie wife and his slater while crossing a
ollcu stream in a wagon yesterday found
them«elves unable to advance or retreat.
Wilson made every effort to save the women,
but they were carried away in the torrent
He escaped in an almost ex
t
ly
*
aud drowned.
It»»tinted condition.
tin
ly
WIKEL1NOH.
New York, Nov. 13.—Mrs. Sophia Olsen
was shot in the arm by her lusaue husband
yesterday aud died this morning.
Providence, R. I., Nov. 13.—Paine Sc
Sacket, manufacturers of woolen goods,
have failed to-day. Liabilities, $800,000.
New York, Nov. 13.—Sixty women,
young and old, were arrested last night as
street walkers on the east side of the city.
The whole batch was commit ltd to the
Work House.
New York, Nov. 13.—Louis McCann,
aged 35, registered at the Aator Place hotel
iu company will» a woman aged 23. Tlila
morning both were found dead In their room,
sulf<K'tttcd by ga», which was escaping from
the burner, it not being turned oflT.
»>
1MK CITY M A UKKT.H,
What We Kal ami What We Pay for It—
To-day'» Street Market Quotations.
MEATS AMD PROVISIONS.
*8 .86
Butter, per pound.
Eggs, wholesale, per «loten ..
Ekrb, retail, per doten.
4 Muckern*, retail, per pound.
Chickens, per pair.
Spring chickens, per pair...
Sjuringchlckem*, per pound.
Ohlokens,per pd. wholeoale.
Sirloin steaks per pound....
Hump steak» per pound_
Hound steaks per pound ....
Rib roast per pound.
Chuck roast per pound.
Stewing pieces.
Boiling bits par pound.
Shins, per pound.
Kidney fat,per pound.
Lamb chops, per pound.... ^
Lamb roasts, per pound.....
Mutton chops, per pound...
Mutton roastB, per pound...
Veal cutlets, per pound.
Voai roasts, per pound.
Hums, wholesale, per pouu«l...
Hams, sliced, per pound.
Shoulders, wholesale,per lmund .VSU
Shoulders, retail, per pound... .14
Bacon, retail, per pound ....
Sausage, smoked, per pound
flu log u a sausage, per pound
Hogshead cheese, per pound
Puddings, per pound.
Lard, wholesale pur pound.
Lard, retail, per peuud.
Cheese.
• .38
»
\
. 1 »
11
1 00
1 . 6 «
,Tf
i m
.17
.18
.
.13 tt
.'lb ^
.14
JM
XI
.

80
.14
. 1 «
.12
.10
.lu
of
of
all
«<
bi
.90
.26
.is
.90
. .16
.91
.16
. Jfl
18
.16
.18
.16
.17
.90
.24
.it
.18
.16
in
.10
.1«
!
.12K
.16
. .08 if
.19
I'iko.
Lake*had.
Slscoeü .
Pollock.
Hock fish, per pound
White Perch, per
Trout, per pound.T..
Halibut, per pound .
Catfish, p<
Mackerel,
. .15
.16
. 1 «
.15
.12
.15
pound
.19
Lfi
.121.;
.90
pound,
per piece
.21
. .Ml
. V BOUTA BLR®.
New |>otatoes. per barrel.2.60
Now potatoes, per half-peek.
Sweet pototocH, per basket...
Sweet potatoes, per half peck
Tomatoes, per half peck....
Cabbage, per hnul.
»frttte onions, pur crate..,
G rut# onions, per half peck
Radishes, per bunch..
Egg plants, per niece.
Turnips, per half peck
Celery, per bunch.
.14
.20
.4« i
.6«
12.00
li.U)
Ifl
.16
.00

1.00
.99
.36
.03
.«5
.» a

.c.
. .«8 ©
.12
Local quotanon*.
CORRBCTKD I>A1LY BY TUB WILLIAM LEA A.
Sobs Company, Bkandywihs Mill»—
Wheat Flour.
per bar'l. wholesale. retail,
'Best' Holler Patent
$7 16
J
11
Wm. Leu te Son's
97 |A
Cliflon F.F.F Extra
Pou taxât F. do. Futnily do
Kirkwood Roller Ground
Goeidental
Superfine
FRED.
Best middlings
Host ship stufl,
Cat! I ns,
Corn shorts,
Brau,
do
I M
6 75
7 25
7 0«
i m
do
6 50
6 00
I »
4 76
per ton.
HI
9
17
JW
per hundred.
62 0605110
2 \0m 16
@2 03
70Ô55
4lorn meal, fine yellow, 87.60
Corn meal, white, 38.60
Coin meal, courue,
Screen! ng«.
1
GRAIN.
per bushal.
OOQ 95
Frime yellow corn,
Prime long-berry wheat.
.90
1 10
New York Market*.
New Y'ork, Nov.ft.—Flour, dull Am) weak:
No. 2 State, $2.60*3.60; extra State,«lu4 ( 4b; Min
ncFotn, 8&U726.
Wheat, No.
, . . Ä white winter, Nov. 1.10* No. 2
red winter, 8Ui;a 108 : crrIi, l^TUa^i.
43V» ft 4.ijJ'H.
Kyo, quiet 6fta71fur Western; Sta.e, 72a7t,
Barley, qulel: No. 1 Canada, 98.
1 ork, nominal; moss, 822.6«.
LariJ. «I2.56ttl3.00; «ik.Sl^, Nov.
« Hutter, dull; creamery fancy, 37a38: do
eholc, 36; Western dairy; choice, 26a28.
Sugar, Plow; fair to good refining, 71^ft71k j
oÄÄ" We ' U » u «:
o. 2, December.
now
all
will
LIT KH AMT tvmlioatiok».
"PERHAPS THE MOST JUDICIOUSLY
EDITED MAGAZINE IN THE WORLD."
—TIIE NATION, N. Y. Sept. ISM.
THE CENTURY
For 1882-83.
The twelfth yttT of thU mugaxino—the flr*t
under the new name, and »he most attccoMtal in
Its history, cloaca with the Ootolier uumber.
The circulation ho* shown a large vain £*«£*£§1
of the precising aeasou, ami TIlF. CKN TORI
begin* It» thirteenth year with an edition of
140,000 Copie*.
The I oil* wing are the leading feature» :
a nkw mfm. By w. howells, to
succeed this author'» "Modern Instance.*' It
will 1>e an International atory, entitled "A Be*
C, !!Ï'/k IN THE THIRTEEN COIdONIfB, BY
BV1WAKI» KG4»LEHToN,- the leading hi «tori -
cal feature of the year : to consist of a n urn lier of
paper«, on »nch tonie» a» 'The Beginning of •
Nation," "HoeUlMfb In the Coioulea, ,r etc.,
the whole forming a complete history of early
life In the United »Utes. Especial attention will
be paid Inaccuracy of illustration».
A NOVKLKTTlC or MININO lijme, by
MARY IIAt.LOCK FOOTE, entitled "Tlie Led
Hori*e Claim. " to in* illustrated l»y t
THE POINT or VIKW, BY HEN
Jr., a series of eight letter» from Imaginary per
son 7 of various national Ulet», crltlelaing Amaru's,
CUT, by the Rev. Washington Gladden. An
account of practical no-opsnilon In CnrUfUn
■Work, showing how a league w»* formed in •
small town In Connecticut, what kinds of work
It attempted, and how It spread throughout the
whole Stato.
••RUDDER GRANGE ABROAD." by Frank
R. Sux h tun, a continuation of the droll x, Ru«ld«r
Orange" stories, the scene being now In Europa.
K NEW ERA IN AMERICAN HOUbF*
BUILDING, a series of four papers, fully lllus
tidled, devoted to (1) City Houses, (2) Country
Houses, (3i Churches, and <41 Public Building*.
THE < WHOLES Or LOUISIANA, by Geo. W.
Cable antiior of "Old Creole Days," et*-. ; a
fie»h and graphic narrative, richly Illustrated.
MY ADVENTURES IN 21JNI, by rrsnk II.
Cushing, goverumeiit ethnologist, an adopted
member of the Emil tribe of Indians. illustrated.
ILLUSTRATED PA PERM ON THF. NAT
IONAL CAPITAL, Including
•The Bupreine Court," 'Tin
u
ht* nuthor.
HY JAM KM,
U
I
"The ( 'sjillol. '
■ White House,'
tc.
.MIHHIONS OF 8OVTHKRN CALIFORNIA
by "H. II." ; three or r.
iiis*y Interesting cbarai*
r |i*iM'rn of an exceed
, richly llluNtratetl.
Further work UnxpeetSd from K. C. Btrdwaa
lioiuaa IliiKhe», Joel <'handler Harris ("I'ncli
Dudley Warner. John Bar*
y. tl. 11. Boyesea. and *
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K the lead in
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*e In K^nerai
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a nmnlier. Hiibccrlptlon» «I1011I1 I Iio'kIii with the
November number, and to
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name.
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, K. V'. Siualle
list of other»,
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ou a ii».
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ew »erics under
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-uli»4 riptloii and the tweU* buck num
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ftffbJ,
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1:1-nr
I, N. Y.
'ST. Nimoi
lit 1 hing we produce
1 Time»."
"Loutlm
in llu
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<^T. NICHOLAS
YOUNG FOLKS.
Purent» who «t«»lrc <-nt«<rtalntnK
•loliiM f«»r their i'liHdr« > ii, and y<
fiijoy accouiii» or iruvel un<l aitventuro, lilstorlrsl
Im l«h'iit», »torh », pl4*tur*». Imhitm IioM iunuM'iu*iit
ami li»riulf»M fun, will llml the«** In HT. Nicho
las, w hich I» m-oirnlml bv ihcprcM^
of holli F.ii|rKn<1 ami Aimn ica.
finest Tiinxii/tne for eld hi re
<1 wholesome
folk» who
tl |»ubllt?
the best and
er printed. 'Hie
lnun\ w'ldell be* lu» with the November
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will be iinieli the flitfHt ever IwMied, and Ute at
teniiun ot Mil luirent» nnd all readlna yoHug folk
I* Invited to the follow Ing pari ln I TUt of at line
t Ion» :
"THF. TINKHAM IlMDTIlKIIM* TlOh-Hl LL. *'
M-rlul atory bv J. T. Trowbridge, former
ly editor of "Our \ oiiiik Folks," aud nuUmroi
* "'riit; .lack Hazard »tone*. " etc.
\
"TiIKHTORV of VltEAf."
An historical novelette of girl aud boy life la
tin- lath century. By Frank It. Htuckton, former
ly n»»l»tftiit cdltor ol' "Ml. Mcbola»," author of
"Builder Grange, " etc.
"The Story
• count of th* fstno
■ Robin lloon."
, _. By Mauri«**
.author of "'l'b* W itelwry of Archery.*'
"The story
the Field of
e CLOTii-or
42 OLD. "
By K. H. brook». To b* lII11 »trated with luanv
markable picture».
"A Brand New Notion."
plu) «11*1 novel piny. Hy Wiliam M
tliorof "IllsMighty, Myself," etc,
"8W1FT Away,"
of the Mi»»l»hl|>pi HihmU of 1H82
icrly *«llt«r ot "4Jold*u l*ay».'
"Ei.ixauf.tii Thompson."
A biographical paper n ganliiig thin celebrated
painter «»i battle »ccm». iiiu»iraic<l w Ith picture»
"?*t. Mcbola»" by Ml»*» TIiompHou
'•Where W
Baker,
'rial »
»> K. H. Kills, b.
prepared f.
Vi
.1ER« Y"
g M«»r> of llu- ltuM»o-Turki»h war. By
r orbes, W»r-( 'orrespuudent.
the White House.*»
of the life Of "Tad" Lincoln.
of "'flic Boy Kniigrant».
a tinmin
Arc hi bn M
•Tin: Boy
A
\
b llrook».
»mi.nines. **
A lim »cric» of Jiivt'.nlle play». Ily K. ».
Brook», nutbor <»f 'The IRwl ofNod," «.'tc., ami
•liidlng A 4'brLstiiiH'Ma»(|it* ;
OMEDIKS V
.
"Tiil Falke Hut hanta Ulai k.'»
*1 expressly for holiday times,
Tln rc will ho »hurt »tori*» by Louis* M. A1
y other well-known writer* for
paper* on h*iue «lutles and rerrea
tloiiH, out-door »port», «NMUipatlou and I not ruction
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partment».
rreps
young folk
I'rl«*«-, *1.00* year; 25 cents * number. Sub
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sal attraction».
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The CENTURY CO., New Yoke, N.Y.
no v 13-31
p^EW YORK
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'OÜRTH EDfffl
J UDGE LAWSON Alji
His Would-be
Assassin
1 r,,m l'tly Arrested.
FOUND DEAD IN
A GUI
•IlilMIE LAWSON'
0|tinlnii4 of II,« i>,
* WABK,
„ Dublin p r . Mi
naw Âu.l^ î«™a «
theoubject of connue, a
(•"I'd-« to day. The /. 'I ,u '
Tlio outrage prove. that t|, c
can relax no precaution in
present •yateui |„ i re | ail(1
rile fwi,»»'. Journal ciinmH,,..
isople of Dublin on the
wi^hictatbco»,. Sir:
The Erpreit think» that the
uatnrol outcome of the
on the part of reckleia
Lawaon for his condui t in th?
Dwyer Gray.
Judge Uwaou continue, to „««c
■rat ul at lone from all part. 0 f u,e*
Kingdom on ilia ««rape front tht- ar .
revolver. Delaney who w a6 Brri ," a "
«..allant, continue» to he M i m ,
police authorities
arre.ls are expected.
Tima (
Govern
sealing wit
outran i
unacrupulouittl
"galiui ,[
me
cape
an
•tive, tth.l ft
DKI.ANEY IN COURT
Dublin, Nov. 13.-P a trick belancv
wa* arrested for attempting to shout.
Lawson on Saturday night, a
Into court this morning and re
ï week.
as hr
tiiand
A «■•MM-glu K«rtiter', Murtler
Eitoxtox, 04., Nov.
Vitt, a prominent farmer ol tin,
been missing several days. YeM. nl..
dead body was found hi a cully half a'
Iron» here, where It lad Û*» drs
by his murderers. The head \s as crush
If by the blow of a club. ( alviu .lunlj
negro, Is strongly husjurted of beim
periietrator of the crime.
Beaver's Plilliulelphia Vote.
Philadelphia, Nov. 1:5.—The „
count of this city, last completed
Beaver, Republican, for Cioverm
majority over Pattlson, DeniuTat.
usual Kepuhllcau majority is uv. r Jo.t
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 13.—Itcomn
snowing here this morning at in 0
after a three days' rain. The west
quite cold.
•It is Impossible I«. disguise the fast t
Vegetable Coiupo
soitsl direction of M
the sunerthr selci
inacy,is the most
debil II y uud disease» luth.
The Cohl \V
id. prepare!
re. Lydui K. Plukhat
"i
»»fid
The Age of Mi nie le»
«I Dr, Piere
Will
is past.
••Gulden Med it
•t
the demi
I nit».* I
if y
r lu un»
sumption. Il le. hont
»unwüHfil
pectoral
tl alterative, utnl tvi
ot xtlnate and severe dlsesscs of the thr«
lungs, coughs,
virtue of It» wontlerful altenttiv* prop
cleanses and enriches the blood
blotches and eruptions,
eating ulcers to heul.
•I bruiK-lihil •till'da
•I 1
NKW YORK. 1K82.
r j^HE SUN
77 ie Sun for 1882 will make its 11
annual revolution under thepresent 10
»nt, shining as always, for all, I*
little, me
tinhuppy,
depraved ami virtuous,
obtuse. The Sun'* light i* fur
unkind of every sort : b
warmth Ih for the go*«!, w
dis4*omfort on the blistering baths
jM-rd^tently wicked.
and gracicus, content!
Rcpuhllcau ami IVnu
Intel»»
unkl
its
Wo
•hilc it jM'i
The Sun of VMM was a newsimpcr 0
kind. It discarded many of the forini
multitude of the hujMifluous won!
phrases of ancient journalism. ItuiK
to report in afresh, succinct, unconve
way ail the news of the '
event of human interest,
upon affairs with the fearlessness»»«
independence. Tht success ot this
meut was the success of The 11 *
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years past has been modelled after
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The Sun '* example.
The Sun of 1882 will be the same out*
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I t better than ever before, w e suaii p
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be understood.
*11 and events.
ml c<
AN
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Agricultural Department ot »»*4
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