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boa
a
ND WHIPPING
..1 s First Whack
With the "Cat."
A SERIOUS SCALDING !
GETTING JUSTICE.
ah« Whipping Post
This Morning—A Large Crowd of Spec
Five Ualartanst
tators.
At 10 o'clock this morning when Warden
nar.ee threw open the heavy gates of the
jail yard at New Castle a crowd of perhaps
gt)0 men, boys and children hurried in the
enclosure. There, stauding In the pillory,
which has Just been fitted up anew, stood
Robert Linn and Henry McGruder, con
victed of highway robbery, in taking $2.50
from William if. Moody, a young colored
man. Both men seemed perfectly
ccrned, but McGruder, who wi
and batless, w
*on
as coatless
shivering with cold.
Warden 1 lance, however, put a blauket over
's shoulders, to which he remarked,
laughingly, "So you are going to make a
horse of me."
The two chatted to one another, but
the time dragged heavily along they became
chilled and restless, their hands being bMie
with cold. Occasionally a word was ex
changed and the gaping spectators, who
wandered in and out of the yard to keep
themselves warm. Liun amused himself by
kicking pieces ol wood and chips left by the
carpenters on the new platform, and finally
lost his hat while kicking at a chip.
At 11 o'clock Warden Bailee released the
stiffened and half-frozen men who climbed
down tne ladder and ran into the jail. The
crowd, which included two little girls and a
number of boys hardly ten years of age now
crowded around the post to witness the next
act in the meting out of justice.
Isaac Hayden,who had only been released
from jail about two weeks, and who has
frequently stood up to the post, was the first
man brought out. He came forward with
the step oi a veteran, took off his coat,threw
down his suspenders and waited lor the
last).
Sheriff Martin, who bad been nervously
awaiting the man's arrival, stood near at
hand to Hayden's right with the "cat"
under his coat.
When Hance remarked all right, the
Sheriff drew the lash and with Die left ham
struck his first official blow upon a fellow
iuuu. The 10 stripes were given, with mod
«•rate force, the hand that held the lash
trembling like an aspln. Hayden never
flinched nor changed countenance, am
when released turned toward Chief Hawk
Ins and a group of reporters and
cally remarked : "Mr. Guthrie is a kind
—, ai'nt he ?" and
if
hearted-—
walked to his cell.
Frank Mullen, an «»Id
saucepan, came second, and w
ture of abject fear, lie propped himse
with his left foot and received his portion ol
10 cuts iu alienee, although sufleriug much,
the blood being brought at the last cut.
James Stewart, the man who stole an
Afghan and three umbrellas fn
ville of this city, seemed not to mind his
punishment at ali, his back evidently t»cing
hard and used to hard kuocks.
Robert Linn next stepped jauntily forward
with a bunch of crysanthemums in his left
baud. After taking off his coat and throw
ing it on the ground he placed the flower,
gently upon it, hut changed his mirnl an*
took them up, holding them during the 1
tire time of his punishment, which w
lashes, lit* gave a grunt at the fifteenth
blow and squirmed considerably the whole
lime. His back was badly cut ami when
released he remarked that it was "pretty
good."
Henry Magruder, who has been whipped
before, suffered the most, although giving
vent to his misery, llis back was very
w hite and tender and was severely cut,being
blu«* from the shoulders almost to the waist,
the blood showing in many places. He left
laughing and inquired why the Sheriff didn't
hit a little harder.
The Sheriff, wl
, who stole a
the pic
1
S. P. Bel
:
40
the vic
tims, delivered his lat*h with irregular iorce.
although on the whole they were lightly
given.
It is the first tium on record, it is said,
that a whipping has taken place at New
t äst le without some of the prisoners being
black.
-
KlIintt'N Sledge Hammer Hats.
Chicago, Nov. 25.—The result of ihe
glove match between Captain J. H. Dalton
and Elliott lust night causes groat excite
*nt in sporting circles. In the first rouu
Dalton
niained iu that condition for20 minutes. It
:il that he is seriously injured.
kt-d insensibli* and
s k
We Deal iu llatM, C aps aixl F
Exclu*
All our attention, time and facilities for
: wholly devoted to
business transaetimis
this
fore, enabled t
ali buyers. E. U. Rum ford A: Brc
ket street.
* branch of trade, and we ure, there
>fff.*r un
al advantage to
RG Mur
Mrs. Sc«»vllie's Case.
Chicago, III., Nov. 25.—Mrs. Scoville
appeared in the county court this morning,
and was present during tho argument
the motion lor a new trial in her case. The
motion was granted and the case set for
December 18. She was not arrested
prominent physician lias made himself re
sponsible for her appearance.
A Pleasant Hour
Up* examination of the
f Christmas
be spent i
almost endless
«•aids opened bv James Webb, at No. 224
Market stree
assortment
to-dav.
ssted l»»r Slander.
Nov.
A Minister An
22.—Rev.
I)r.
Pli IL A DF.LI'UI
of the most promi
Thomas A. F« rnlv, <
-tit Methodist 1
•ested to-day »
(i. Entrikcn, a defeated candidate
lor select council during the late election.
mister of this citv w
a charge of slandering
Will ia
Bird .Manna
'oiiBtant song and
k«-»'ps eanancs
«lisoasop.
F«iod Co., Camden, N. J.
Bird
cents at drug store.
15
AiehbUIiop <»f 4'aiitorbury Dying.
. . ». —The condition of the
Archbishop of Canterbury has been declared
to be hopeless and there is no possibility of
big recovery.
Mother rtwaii'H VV
-*y
Infallible, tasteless, harmless, cathartic;
rstlcssiie
feverishn
•nts.
►tipat.i«)i).
Failure.
llig Londo
A
-The faib
London, Nov
nnunced of the extensive mercantile fir
VV. Saber «fc Co.
$400,000.
e is
of
The liabilities reach
irouuelly 1I«1»I for Court.
At the police court to-day Edward Don
nelly, whose hearing commenced yesterday
« venin, if an police court for the larceny ol a
held lor court in $100 bail.
Don't Forget
that Janies & Webb open their elegant
►took of Christ
have them by the thousands,
for lookin';.
coat,
as
cardw to-day. They
No charge
Follow the Crowd
to-dav and it will talte you to James «St
Webb's opening of Christmas cards, No.
Market street.
CITY ITKNS
Chad. H. Vary, Phila. Mesrenger,603 Market.
Sutterlcy & (lo.. Photographers, 302 Market at
For Rent: A «mall house by Gee. VV'. Bright
Real Estate Broker, No. 517 Market street.
Old gravel, plastic, sltlngle and tin roofs
repaired and made water tight by E. Mitchell.
of
I
vltfd
ment
THREE SIEN BURNED.
Hoard the Alba
Steam ripe Burnt*
A
troua and Badly Hualda Thro« Mao, Ona
rechapa Fatally.
Thin moraine steam wa§ gotten up on
boa d the United Slates fighboat Albatross,
now being: fitted up at tbo yard of the
Pueev & Jones Company, and men were
engaged In making an examination of the
»team pipes, while the inachiuery waa ruu
«low ly to get u in trim.
While three men were engaged in the
laharatorj of tin* ve«#e] a bra-s Joint of a
four Inch steam pipe leading from tht boiler
«und tint Tcseel, /or heating pur;
liieiil parte * and enveloped the men in
a cloud of live steatn.
gotten out of the way of the sealdlng^u •
found that William
Th-y wert- qitL-v
r-tiinee, whi n it w
Harkins, living at West Seventh atreet
'<1 about the head, lace
die.
5 East Sixth
was 60 badly hu
and neck that he will
George C. Hatte
street, was also terribly burned about the
head, and he I» in a bad way.
The third man, a tinner, employed by
Fllnn Ä Jackson, was also painfully but not
seriously burned. He, with Harkins ami
Patterson, who are joiner« employed by the
Pasty Oi Jone* Company, were taken to
their homes and everything done to alleviate
their su tiering. *
probably
c
We Took a I'e«i»
into James »& Webb's window's last.eveuing.
if the display of Christmas cards there
shown is any index of the stock it must in
deed be magnificent.
CHURCH FfTtO-MOKROW.
First Presbyterian Church, Market street
Rev. F. H. DuVal, pastor.
. and 7.30 p. in. Morn
clod ('otnnilHsiiiu Moses?" Evening
and
above Ninth.
Preaching 70.30 a.
Ing : "Did
**Despising Divine Patience—Some causes
Consequences. v Public cordially welco
Household of I-'alth Church. Preaching by
the Rev. ltufus Wendell, pastor, at 10.3J*. in..
and at 7.30 p. m. The evening diseoursfi will
•lew of the sermon of the Rev. Dr. Wells
the question "What Will be the Doom of the
Finally Impenitent. '
Central Presbyterian Churcn, King street
Eighth, Kev. J. II. Nixon, 1). I), pastor.
in . the Rev. Dr. Wells
"What Must 1 do
«1er the I
Ml.
bo a
at 10.30 a. in. At 7.30 p.
of Ohio will preach
Saved." The special *•
Dr Wells will continue the coining week at
10.30 a. in. ami 7.30 p. m. All cordially Invlteo.
Mt. Salem M. E. Church. Rev. T. H. T
kinson. pastor: Mrs. 1. F. Keen of PhiladH
U Mrs. F. II.Steven of Wilmington will
lee at 10.ÎW ». m. The anniver
;lgn Missionary Society
m. Address
•ice at night
it
dot
(«Dia
«luet the
nary of the Woman's F
of the church will he held at 2.36 p.
Revival sen
by Mrs. I. F. Keen.
1HK UAU.KOADL
A Local Tlute Table With the Late*l
Corrections.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
Ph lLA.— 2.00*— 2.23* — 6.30—3.64 7.00J—7.tO
—6.10*—8.16— 9.00t— y.30t—066j—10.30—11.63 a.
in;—12.00f iu'—12.16—12.38—1.63—2.30J—4.00—
6.17*—6.80f—6.10—6.38*— 7.2Ô— T.30*—9.56*pm —
York — 2.00*—2.23*— «.30—7.60— 9.6O
11.53 a. ni— 12.38—1.63—6.17*—6.38*—7.28 p.Ui.
HaLTIMORB— 1.05*—1.42*—4.61 *— 8.05* — 9.17
_12,g6— l.oo— l.Ob—5.09—«.Ob— «.67—
N
10 .
IU>4* p. in.
W ABHIKOTON—1.42*—1.61 *—8.06—tf.17 a.
-1 00—1.09—6.57—11.
BaLTIMoUK AND INTERM CD! ATU STATIONS—
1.05*—9.17 10.00 a. m;—1.00—6.00 p. m.
* Trains runnlnir both daily and Sunday,
iTrains running only on Sunday.
t Connect at Gray » Ferry lor «»Id depot.
Broad and Washington avenue.
Delaware Railroad— 0.00*—9.10 a. m:—1.06
—3.00*—6.26f p. in. No Sunday trains.
* For New Castle only
t For Harrington and Intermediate stations
Wilmington k Northern railroad— 7.47 a
m;— 1.05—6.00—6.30 p. in. On Sunday fo:
Heading
Delaware Wkhtkrm Railroad—7.06—1».3»<
a. m;—6.30 p. in. Sunday traîna 10.30a. in—0.00
<\ St. Peter—8.10 a.
1 jluI 1 IS ( 4TON FROM
TU Ai NS AUXU V E AT
Philadelphia—12.60—1.00—1.32*—1.47*—7.46
8.02*—9.12—9.U&—KUOf—11.36—12.36 a. m:—12.60
—1.07 —2.30f —2.60— 4.:;:» — 4.56— 6.40—6.53—0.2C
—6.48— 7.36t—7.66—0.60—10.38—10.68 p. ID.
New Y orb— 1.32*—4.47*—8.U2f —9.12 a. m;—
12.60—1.07—4.66—6.48*
Baltimore-— 1.51 * —-2.13*—9.34—9,64—11.43 a.
in:—12.3U—1.60—6.1?*—6.30*—7.24—9.49* n. in.
Washington— 1.61*—^2.10—11.43a. u.;—12.30
—l.fin—6 11*—€.y»*—7.24—0.49* p. iu.
* Both <la.ily und Sun-lay.
t * >n Sunday only.
Delaware railroad—S. 60—10.16*.:.m;—1*2.06
—G.oo*—6.05 1». m. No Sunday traioe.
New C&stle only.
Northern hatlroad— 6.26—
. in;—6.40 1». in. On Sunday from
10.58 B. in.
* F
Wit.»
8.40—11
Reading and St Peter at 7 10 p. m.
:hn Kail
i>— s.'Kta.
2.16 p. in. Sunday tri
TRAINS LEAVE EUR WILMINGTON
. in.;—6.40 p.
9.1C
N
Broad Street Depot
21— 8.36I-1U.16
n ;—12.23—1.32f—1.32—3.16
5.20—1.56— 0.06f — 0.36 —8.30«
Philadklph
12.30*—3.65*—6.3U—7.2U*—8.
—11.30—11.50 H
4.02—4.26— 6.06
—9.30—10.00—11
Broad
- 10.15 a.
a V KNU E—6.30—8.(Xj
W a am rot
;—1.30—3.19—4.30—5.15 p. in.
New Cabtle— 8.33—10.00—11.46 a. in
.—4.49
ihe
5.49 p. Ul.
* I tally and Sunday,
»»"The black figures denote the Limited
fiijiress trains.
OUK MAILS
Tiietr Arrival and Depart
Effect July 1st, 1882.
The Post < ufleu In this city will be open d
except. Sunday, from 6.30 a.
Private b
, Taking
my.
. to 9 p.
tf accessible until 11 p. ru.
t»m 8.:io to 9 30 a. in. Pro
in
Hilde tr»
sale stamp window will cl
money order «»dice will close at 6.00 p. n\
6 to 8 p. m.
The whole
at 6.30 p. in. The
MAILS CLOSE
follows :
north .
Wilmington at Northern Railroad to Heading
Pa., and points on tho Baltimore Contrai south
of Chad.Us Ford, 7.43 a.m.
Philadelphia closed p
Philadelphia nn»l waymail, 9.
New York, Pennsylvaula and points east and
west. ». h. m.
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenberg,
10.00a. n».
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey, 11.50 a. m.
Philadelphia, Nt*
and wost. 1.30 p. ui.
Philadelphia, Now York and all points east
and wost. 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York cities, closed
pouches, 9.35 p. m.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all
points west and southwest 9.36 p. rn.
All points north, east, west and southwest,
ch, 8.30 a.
York and all points east
11 .
All fjouisiana Is sont west except New Orléans
which is r: -nt south on through mails.
SOUTH.
altimore and way mail, 7.40 a. in.
Washington and ull points south, 7.40 u. in.
All points on the Peninsula, 8.30a. in.
Supplementary tnuil for the Peninsula, u.uo
Biiltlmore, Washington and all points south,
of
12.30 p. iu.
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Llkton and
Havre «le G race, 12.30 p. m.
Points on Haiti more Central, between Pori «le
Posit, N»»rtheust and Chadd's Ford,12 So p. ui.
Baltimore and Hay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula n»»rth of Harrington. Including
Delaware City and St. Georges, 5.6U p. m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.50 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
11.00 p. til.
MAILS ARRIVE AND R1ÎADT FOR DELIVERY.
Wilmington t*. Northern Railroad,
8.30 p. m.
of
New Y'ork, Philadelphia, Washingten
and all oilier points, 6.30 p. ru.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and west, 8.30 a. m.
From way mail from Philadelphia, 8.30 a. m.
From Peninsula and all north of Harrington
a
9.16 ft. tn.
From Baltimore and way mail, 9.50 a. m.
Baltimore, 12.30 p. m.
From Peninsula mall, 12.30 p. m.
hiladelphla, New York and points
north an«l cast, 1.30 p. m.
Baltimore, Waahlagton and points
south, 2.20 p. til.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and points
north and east, 6.40 p. in.
Baltimore, Washington and points
south and southwest, 6.40 p. tn.
Carriers deliveries as follows ;
end; lo.oo a. in., partial; 1.30 p.
m.. partial.
Collections from street boxes
carriers at 6.30 and 10.00 a. iu., 1.30 and 4.00 p. m.
An additional collection will be made at 7.3o
between Jefferson
F
«St
i
6.30 a. m. gen
1., general; 4.U0
made by tho
at
£ . m. from all bo
.ombard and Water and Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. On Sunday a full collection will he
made at 6.00 t>. in. Local letters for carriers'
delivery should be deposited in tho Poet Office
ten minutes before the hour of delivery.
W. Y. SWIGOETT, Poitmaster.
MM
T
DKATHÄ.
LAWSON. -Not. 2'th, 1»«. M HOrtforth. Yo*k
■hlrc, England, Amt »bell* De»«« Lawnon, wife
of J bt'p h ». l.»w»on and daughter of WB».
I »ran or Newark, Delaware.
Funeral on Monday, November 27th, at Ilor»
forth.
PIERCE -On the 23 Inst., Jacob Pierce In the 73d
year of » Is age. . .. .
Th«- relative* and friends are respectfully ln
vltfd to attend the Aineral from the residence or
Irvin Pike, Henna » Ist » street, below Vamlever
sTinuc at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon. Inter
ment at River view eemeter . __
ILflON'b
W
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
dill KINIi «IKKKT.
-iiumcumI with Telephone Exchange.
Call - --'
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON,
frwiXAt Mi Harm*.
7-12-14
jMl'KWAWMiU
■ HE GREAT CURE »
FOR ' *
R'HEilM ATI» M ,
T
c
An it is for all tho painful disease» of tho
KIDNEYS,LIVER AND BOWELS.
system of tbs acrid poison
suffering which
t
c
£
LhS
that causes the
«
t
only tho victim» of Rhtrauiattam can voaUaa
4
-i
THOUSANDS OF OASES
of the worst forms of this terrible disease
Laro been qoiakly relieved, and In short time
PERFECTLY CURED.
rata, ft. uqnoon my, sold by pi it. cist*.
a
I
r
Dry can be seat by mall.
, RICHARDSON A*. Co.. Burlington Vt
11
WELLS
u!4i.i;u*z»yi.-i:re
jsun
©be
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UN Di li TA K KR8.
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NO. 223 WEST SECOND STREET.
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^j.REAT RU81I
FOB—
O Y STERS!
J. T GARDNER,
COB. SEVENTH AND 81JIPLEY 8T8.
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-AND—
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—AT—
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Nos. 6 and 8 E. Third St.
T II IRI) EDITION
TKI-STATIÎ ALLIANCE
The Meeting in Philadelphia
To-day.
*>
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
PitKIMalso t oil PdSXT SEASON.
r-stats lia»«
Tl»«* Proceeillnu* of *1»« Inti
Hull AIÜiMtC« »t til« «il» aril Houmi Thla
— in« Quick-top.
Altem«
iaxette.3
[Mpcrlal Oise
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 25—1.SOp.
to
.-The
Inter-State Bu-r Ball Alliance, com|Kwrd ul
tho (jul.'kstcp of Wilmington, Actlv.- ot
Kea.ling, Anthracite of PotUTlIlc, Merritt'«
of Cera,leu and the Harrisburg base ball
clubs met at the (ilrarJ House here at 12
o'clock (noon) to-day.
The clubs represented were as follows
Quickstep— C. t\ Waltt, John T. Wxat.
Anthracite—Thom
Harrisburg—Henry Myers.
Actives—Eli Fox, Jr., Ed. Em mol and
Samuel Fields.
Merritt»—Richter.
Officers were elected as follows :
Presldent—E. W. Fox.
Vice President—F. Fielders.
Secretary and Treasurer—A Richter.
Board of Directors— C. C. Waitt, E. \\.
Fox, Henry Myers, J. It. Richter.
A letter from the American Association
approving the course oi the Inter-State Al
Hauce waa read and received.
The admission fee to the Association w
fixed at $35 after some discussion.
A committee of three w hs appointed to be
present at the next meeting of the American
Association and represent the Alliance.
Applications for admission into the Alli
ance were received from New York, Wash
ington, Baltimore, Philadelphia and Patei
800, N. J. These were laid over until the
next meeting which it was decided to hold
December 10, at the Girard House in this
B. Fielders.
in
is
a
city.
It has bceu decided that both Harry Pyle
and Smiley, who had signed with theQuick
steps, but were claimed by other clubs, tho
former by tho Reading active» and the other
by the Harrisburg, will play with the Wil
mington club.
Till; RALTIMOHE CLUB.
The Baltimore Sun of to-day gives tho fol
lowing the composition of tin* Bn 1 timor«
club, William Burnt**, manager, with their
positions and the dub they played la*t ye
Catchers, John F. Kelly, «>! the Clevelands,
and Phil. Baker, of the Nationals; pitchers,
John Fox, of Bostons, and Frank Divin, of
Bridgeport, Conn.; first base, Danl. Stearns,
of Cincinnati»«; second base, Frank Larkins,
of Metropolitans; third base James McCor
mick, of the Active»-, Reading; short slop,
Louis Say. of the Athletics; left field, James
Clinton, of the Worcester«; centre field,
David Eggler, of the Buffalo..; right field
d change catcher, William Barnie.
office
president; Charles J. McAleese, vice-presi
dent; W. S. Gill itiger, secretary and tre
urer; William Barnie ;
managers.
The
of the club are Mr. Georg«* Cassidy,
A. T. Houck
of
l'ii
Club.
hi lb«« L
Nbw York. Nov.
.—A fire broke out iu
the front parlor of the Lotos club at Fifth
and Twenty-first streets at 2.15 this morn
ing. The flames spread rapidly, but were
, 000 ;
gulf bed. L.
estimât- «1 ut
insured.
h
*4*H
articles can »
Diamond Dy. s.
«Is, Hi-arfs. ribbons
<!«» any color
All the poplll
■ i
nv fj
it' d with Hit*
'ATI L I'l l X M A USi F.TS.
Local Cuntatt«
»«led Dally iu the
ti
Sir«M»r. Marked To-day.
KI.Ot'1
UoRRBiTi..
tiuhd Co I
»AiLv nv Tub William Lea A
tr, Brardvwikk Milio*—
wiiolofal«!, retail.
Win. Lea &. Son's 'liest' Holler Patent
*• » " 17 15
Oliflon F.E.F Extra «1o 0 w
Poutnxat F. do. Faintly «Jo 6 75
Kirkwood Holler Ground, 660
Decide
Superfine
FRED.
Beat, in:-.idling
Best ship Mutt
Outline,
47 66
7 40
4 25
t
per ton.
IT
« ■
17
Bran,
19
per hundred.
12 05ft 2 it
2 lore 2 15
l Wù i V '
« ■
neal, fine yellow,
ntal, white.
I '
Corn
Screening s.
36
il».
per bushel.
95
1 lo
Prime vellow corn,
Prime lona hcrry whe.s
.90
sau
Print b
R
rlHilosalc.f
kf> t
or, )«»
I'1
•* retail
in r„
TUI
hnlcsii lc
I
• retail,
er dvzeu
Etfgs,
K-k.-.
Ohickcn
Cthlckens, «I
t'hlckens, nl
< •hick
< "heoi
Clue-.
11.
ib
.1
rholesale.
«I wholesale
ill v
. .11 ti)
.15
:tnll..
«fl .1
.! t Ï
ihol«*s
.i:
.16
HTUKl'T MAI Hi
i.
Sirloin steak5 per p«
Rump bleaks per p
d steak*) per pound
per pound..
«-t per pound..
.26
M Ö .18
.14 (ft .1«
.15 4 1
Kib
Chuck r<
Stow ln« pieces.. 1 ".
Bolling bits per p
Shins,.
Kidney fut,p
Lamb chops, t .
L imb roasts, p
Mutton chops, per p<
Mutton roasts, per pound
Veal cutlets, per pound..
Veal roast*, per pound..
.2j,
.1 . 1
id.

.51
]»uunU..
per pound
.20 ip
.10 iç
.25
pound
iff
■i
.15 (fÿ
■!' S
.20
. 1 «
W .26
.13
PijRK IST»'.
STALL 9, THIIll) flTREKT M AUK I
Smoked h
Sliced huu
, wholesale, per lib.17
• .22
. .18
. .16
,uy.
.12 s
Bacon, retail...
Mac
Shoulders«, sm- ked, per iH>und .
Shoulders,
Pork -
Freah sausage, per pound......
Baiugna sausage, per pound ...
Hogshead eheese, per jaiuiul... .10
Scrappel. per pound
Salt flitch.
Dried beef,chipped.
Rig's feet.
. WholCFUt
st per pound
k..
.ia
1
9
if
.20
roniiKri
u . HKCOKD
HTUtCKT MAltKKT,
Pike.
Luke shad.
Siscoes.
Pollock.
Rock fish, per pounu_
White Perch, per pound
Trout, per p<
Halibut, per pound.
Catfish, per )M)und.
• I. per piece
. .15
!..
.lo
Yi%
.12
.16
.12».;#
.12 '0
.20
.12H
d...
.16
M11
{back fish..
Blue buss..
.. .1
VEGETA BLBS.
Potatoes, per half-pook.in ip
Sweet potatoes. p«ir half peck
Tomatoes, per half peck.
Cabbage, per head.
Turnips, per half peek.
Celery, per bunch.
.10 ap
.5
will
.0
all
N<
York MurketN.
Yoillt.N
'.2»^-nour.qulet :Nu ,
iSui.dllno do. «d.^OoS.si: Mlnneaotu'
»6 00tt5.«i.
Wheal, quiet: No. 2, Chicago. 4l.08al.0u- No
re«l winter, ILuyLa^l.lU».;.
Corn, No. 2. liée. u$l.00.
Oats, quiet ; No. 2 November, 43 ; L • do
December. 43%.
Bye quiet; Westoru. 70aTOU; State, 72a73
Burley, dull ; No. 2 Rowed State, 84.
Pork, quiot; »l9.60a2U.60.
Lar<l, nominal; »12.69.
* Butter, firm;
choice, 36.
Sugar, dull; fair to good refining, 7 8-I6a7 6-16.
Eggs, quiet; State and Pensum v»nia, 30a3i;
Western Canada, 27Ka28,
2
creamery fancy, 37a38;
do.
WAS A MA K MC K A ttMOWS.
Confidently
Expected
Without doubt Oak Hall
will be crowded with bujers
to-day. We are ready lor a
crowd.
ONE HUNDRED MEN
A Avait the coming buyers, and
an unequalled stock of Cloth
ing for Men and Boys is on
call. In round figures avc
hold, made and making :
10.000 OVERCOATS,
200 VARIETIES OF MEN'S
SUITS.
160 VARIETIES OF BOY'S
SUITS.
Wo arc ready and anxious
to part with these goods, which
represent not far from One
Million Dollars. We are too
smart to ask and the people
are too smart to give anything
for our clothing beyond the
lowest prices. It is therefore
cheap—very cheap.
The earlier in the day you
come, the more comfortable
will your buying be.
Wanamaker & Brown.
oak Hall. Sixth and Marke» Streets.
&3SÏÎ3ii' r< îEp?
<1 most fashionable «lauer»
Si"."uiwï'rhr 1 «
ÂTr.';,
1 » u.o
1>AS VINO.
pKOF. A. S. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
Dancing Academy,
MASONIC TEMPLE,
(Fourth Floor,)
Wilmington, Del.
1882—SEASON OF
1883
COMMENCING MONDAY, SEPT. 11.
OF.NTf, EM EN '8 < LA 88-Momlay
•lav evening», from 8 l*» lu o'clock. Monday,tk*|>
! TliurM
ember II, 1 h«.
LADIES AND CHILDREN '8 (T,AB8-Thu
rday nl'teru«»«»
rday, Hepu-inb«T I«. Thursdays from 6 tô 6 p,
1.. Saturday» from 2 to 4 p. m.
LAD! F
day
iincnclng 8at
;
U <'LAMM-Wednesrin
k, ci
IlctliK
3BU.
All the latest
tHlIglll, I II I tl'll II).'
e Lawn
t Oua«l rille, lllt«l**,
Hirt aud ail 8«»«lr
ht eltlu-r privately «*r I
t sp«M-i»lly tMiapt«-«! t
N. w Ran
fiep» Newp
h in-el alt y
Also a 11 «
as a parlor «laue
mgi
Min
CHOICE OF DAYS.
School«, »«-minarles «ir privat«- rla*
city or out of town should conter with
as practicable for olio!«-«- of days.
ft the Acadi-my rooms have
ited and r«-iltt*-«l. amt »r«
111 li«-rt-afl«*r
* and Hclect
During the
handsomely «!««•
pieiidld condlthm. They
I exclusively for class purp
A
parti»
For tei
1, circular, etc* apply
H. F. KOltKLKN'fc,
No, 710 Market - -
66
40
by until lo
A. h. WKLHTF.IL
Mahonie Temple, W lliuington, Del.
g31-tf-. r i0
UEFFNER'S
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
—11»
Cllt uf
it
15
'
235 MARKET STREET.
McaL si
. t«* 12 night.
s«p28-3m-14
xtkw
B U C K WHE AT M E A L !
95
.liihl recelv»-«! a fln»* article of fresh new Meal
—AT—
J. J. SMITH'S
?
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8T8
J^EEDLE
GAS LAMP
—OF—
50 Candle-Pow'er
1
cxci-odinp the lijrhtof3 ordinary gas Jets. Burns
headlight oil. Price f3. e, fi. s«*«i "Com
narativc View" of annual «-ost of 280 C. 1*. In
terior lighting, bye "N«-c«lte <iaa" Lamps MS. 70.
Ät«:'»Jil g:«-, lets fein. I F.l«*«*trlc Lamp «8.286.
St: prospccCii« of »•HAND AL*U LIGHT CO.
Capitalist associates treat«*»! with. Chandeliers
of loo < I». to order. Table Lamps of m C. V.f8.
W. B. ROBINS
1
Patentee and Manufacturer,
102 Main Street, (2nd floaty)
and on Change Daily,
CINCINNATI
mvti-Mtt
J A NE A: HODJ.EY CO..
GOUO MFDAL
VARDED
BY THE
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION,
-ON MI All. -
Steam Engine à Saw Mill,
No
do
6-16.
EXHIBITED AT ATLANTA IN 1881.
Manufacture
... ... Steam Engine«, lioUers. Saw
2Î!:fc. n, f . Kl, *r r *• hatli Machines, Huh and
Shafting, Hanger», Pulleys,
iT'.î"' 1 *.? IK. Urut.nd Hour Mill«.
«7%MMh«w ^Klvn. Iu I'laulaUun lracbln
Lane & Bodley Co.,
J f jhn and Water Sts.,
do.
CINCINNATI, O.
ULOTBINO.
Mistaken Idea
An
to suppose that as we are
continually telling you
that our prices are low
that we keep only low
priced or cheap goods.
Since this matter of low
prices has been one of
our greatest levers to suc
cess we would be foolish
to ignore such an impor
tant item in the r ipid ex
tension of our trade. If
you are interested in the
prices of Clothing or
in other words Avant a new
suit or overcoat the best
way that we can prove to
you our intention is to
show you the goods and
tell you for what they can
be bought. Pay us a visit
and we will be only too
happy to prove all that we
have said and even more.
of
in
at
J.T. MULLIN & SON,
CLOTHIERS,
Sixth and Market.
oetii-tu-tr-M
BEST FITTING
GARMENTS.
It is conceded that the best
fitting Clothing is sold by the
Wilmington Clothing House,
Fourth and Market streets,
and this fall avc have tried to
perfect every garment, and to
day we assert that our garments
have no superior as to fit, while
our former patrons can attest
to the quality. Just step in and
try one of 01 ir suits or an
overcoat, and you will then
know they are better fitting
than most of the custom work
that is made at a very low
îEp? price. We make th is statement,
although we make to order suits
1 « i as low as Fightcen Dollars, but
! more of our eus tor. a work is
from Thirty to Fifty Dollars a
u.o suit ; because we arc having the
finest work in our city, and our
customers are the best dressed
people on the street. Just stop
long enough to look at our
suits and overcoats., and we have
no doubt you will say as others
have : "It is a pleasure to know
we can find such fine goods at
such low prices in our city.
Look at our TEN DOLLAR
SUITS and
DOLLAR OVERCOAT; these
are special bargains.
p,
8at
have
»r«
Hclect
FIFTEEN
our
L !
Jno. W. Diefendork & Co.
Fourth and Market Sts.
?
EAST SIXTH STREET IS THE
PLAC1C for 8
tried
103
It makes whit
hlummu-k ihrorltniak»
ll>
J :hav
■v»* yo
While
t will pay yoi
oollt-elH clear»
t«l R
hiigar npencil to-«lay;
biK and keeps your iuihhand ln »i good lu*
10-cent «-off»*e la a wonder; our tea nrake* th«
tedtessiuK. It la exceltenuflneearly r«»»-« .uotates*«
r own farm, Wk».. per Inn-lu-l. Court- to 193
East sixth street for groceries. T. M. W.UCIt.
110V21-IW3
.1 in
fr<
J^ECKWEAR.
New York novcltlos In sprlmr and iinniner
Neckwear lor *n»-n. 1'RICKH always
■' iorrecl.
SHIRTS!
Our One Dollar Bh irt has a r»*putatlon for
cellenci* UDvi|uall**d in thls«-.Uv.
MFjN'3 ITJUNISIIING GOODS.
A foil line ot everything belonging to th«*
specJ'j*.
WM. B. COLE.
^02 MARKET STREET
RHEUMATISM ANC COUT CURED
When we ran establish by a chain of evidence^
which every luquiry but mak«'s stronger, that wa
have the onhj rent, or radical! remedy for Rheumatic
Disorders, end wo put that evidence within the reach
of every su derer without mom y und without price , we
claim that uo one but the fcol will turn to It a deaj
rar, or close his eyes to the find tidings w«i bring tc
his blighted lift». In jus ice to us, \o you, to y
dependent families, uud to the consummation of you!
life'» ambition before you v»»re strick« u down by
disease, we ask you to go wittt us lor a lew
to the bom's of aome who nave drank of the waters
of life and are now full of the. joy of health, ready to
tell to the world their glad ex perience. We will give
you no false statement, and make no assortior which
rannot, by proper Inquiry fby letter
menl
. . . rough
h lends) bo probed to tho bottom an2 found to bt* full
•f truth.
Among hnn<1r««ta oared ear prearnt apace allow* ua 1
Mr. Manlicd, 11« Pljrmouib Hi.. Brooklyn« alatcr ai
with Cbroiiio Rbcumutlam many yaaira.
Mr. UHL'nga, TH l*earl Hi.. Brooklyn—Harare Bh*
Goal.
8t, Brooklyn — Acu
Ehe
b«T Ult-.liciu
»»lia
01 Ml Ik
26A Court Ht., Hrooàlrn—Scia
•1000
111
latlxm
• y«**r
•octor*.
Mr. Nbvia, 4M Third Avanuc, Brooklyo- Chronic Kbrama
thra 4 renr«.
Mr. May land,
malory aad Chr
Dytprpala.
lira. Pllklogton
RheumaUam fur
Dr. Ooo.tr
Bahrbrldf«» Vt., Brooklyn
Inflan:
very
, 188 X4th Ht., Brooklyr—Aanio
erythlng."
S tura; "bod tried
ew York City
■nie I iu
lira
Mr«. WUIhunwon, IMi Grove Ht., New York-terrible, «ei
Inflammatory Rh< unuutNit 10 renr«; finger« nnloiou-d by It.
Ur. Dlxoo, 14S W«M Bt., Bvw York—Chroulo, ner vom Bhc
and
G«pt. Na
Wood. 104 Heath Bt., N«w York-Chroolc
BheumaiUin Tl y "am.
Mr. Abratr 71 Orrenwtoh A».,N«w York—Chrooto Khoa
(l«m aad kidney D!
Judge CroMmao, 13 Oakland At., Jersey City-Chroaio
RheumaUam «everal year«.
The above named gentleman know many other« eared by
B. O. of Rheumatitm. Dye^pata. Liver and Kidney D,«older«.
How give th!« matter deserved attention, or writ« na for
Circulars with fuller particulars, and you will bless the day
you flow thla advertisement.
Elmer*, Adam« A Co.. Oft Atlantic Ay.,
Brookl yn, aad W WÜiiam gt., N.Y.C.
fourth edii
rroîsY's new
PO
An Outrageous
covered.
Plot
ELLIOTT
IN THE
TIIE
•ENSY'S X! w
»'«ny Old OfllrliilM K«| lll|#
«r», II«,«., I,.,. N.,t l,l,.„ mi "."I
lomimity, Getting the
I'll (LADF.I.P1IIA, Nov. :
of I be Pennsylvania Kafir
in a «tat« of aiiHpi-hM! „ wi „, r .
fKiliey recently Inaugurated hv ti,'!,
ment In Introducing outs.de D a
ImjK.rtantoffleeH in the gut of u !
Ihe flrit step in tills directinu v
pointinent of Milton II. Smith
Ireigbt agent of the. companv
at the time was holding the «i,J
with the Baltimore and Ohio
pany. "
Hoou after this \V. K. Griffiths teiil
resignation as Assistent
Agent of the Pentisylvanitt .
pany, whether voluntarilv or
known. The announcement i a
that Alexander W. Nutt, for
AhsUtant General Freight ugen
company at Baltimore ha» also
resignation.
It is believed that Walter F
many years in charge of freight
twecu New Yoik and I'hilutlelphJ
plates similar action at an early
recent selection of a gentleman
who was In no wise Identified v
pany to take charge of tin* .Y
traffic also caused considerable
Then came the appointment of
blatant General Freight Agent
of a New York official «d the
whose claims for notice were
nixed liy those whose long y<ar»
and Intimate knowledge of the
office, they allege entitled them
tion.
POLli
T lie
I
It is believed that these frcque
Indicate the Inauguratio
part tire from civil
recognized by the management
pany. The Introduction of ibis
the freight department will, it
be followed by a similar policy
partments whenever vacancies
"!
'nice rules.
A Brazen riot to I'inm
Chicago, Nov. 2 '..—A plot ha
covered to rob the hoot an 1 she
Phelps, Dodge A Palmer, whie
carried on with some succcw.
so far, are thought to aggregate
140,000. The scheme ivh- Jor
send iu fictitious orders from
towns, by connivance with the
part ment. Double the t
best
the
to
to
and
an
then
work
low
suits
but
is
a
the
our
stop
our
!tl
dered would he
would be sold for the benefit
and the balance return i t oil -
•lit, und •»!>*•
St. Johns an«l the Liquor
Topeka, Kansas, Nov. JV*
political scheine ai
4t. John Is
• >ssion «T the Legislature and <1
existing temperate* laue Itii
the new legislature wln h cou
January 10 will leave the tarn*;
disturbed.
Inspi ratio!
BRIEF TKLLUKA!
Washington, N,,v
says he has
he will be able to make tlf
mouth.
»t determined wl«
Albany. N Y., Nov.
Thurlow Weed
ing and were
Church, where they
immense throng.
New York. N<>v.
anniversary of tbo «■
by the British was celebrated
parade of th«* "id guard and
tho war of 1812.
• „••'Too late t.
pet sound» to dra. ..
whefyour unpetile by taking K.
storing health ami makn*-;
strong, hearty man » ■
rom«*dv for all llvir.howi*!!* and
•ached this ell
onvered t<
5.-T11Ö
•nation
•ttll.
it.** Hut n
«Iruggists keep
All «Iruggists keep
IOFKKE : COFFEE
100 HAUÜllKKI.Ef'.'X
lagyayka.kikJ
MAKACA1B0 AXlOl
COFFEES, I
(
Nov
Just
for th«* Winter, mnl
CRIPPlM
■ —TEA STOHE-j
No. 5,E. Second St., 1
JJEEAWARE CAKEET W
We have Just
TA VEST li Y BRUSSELS, •
ingrains ax.) no
CA H Chill
—Alboa late«' a«° nK
OIL CLOTHS, MATT.NW
HOW 81IAWA
193
«fyyo
id s:i
a call
srlvlifif
»"t«i
ft
Htrr"

henry
WILMINGTON- •'
tbansparevcvmj;'«
DON'T YOU HUY 8H
Until y»*u » f
child's Solar l lp f
for 4L-*. Roots "i
j am selling at last ' v .
sell cheap. I don t lall«''
band long.
?
.1 1:
|»rl*'<*
EWING'S, No. 6 E.
,j Working ^
Uir A Hand Sei
;
4
wa
we
tc
by
to
m '
^ALS'
pREb c
■^»-Ne.tiy »">' rro ;'U r]
w. B0U
No. 307 King *
(^Wmtbaboaiv-
G.
full
SEF.
b K. HAUDN*..;
- BE "ii.vKi!
NEW
Pianos
From 1175
f 1 , 600 .
I
, Tli
Ncw rrom»o ■
1 ^ ' 710 MARKE 1
n-VU-U.*-"*- 1 '*"*
for
day
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