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WILMINGTON, DEL., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29,: 1882.
PRICE ONE CENT.
tUVSKMKWn.
nlMIOPKR* ,IO, «ArioNU!TEJCF-I.t
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hur-jdav, November 30 , ' 82 .
„irl-KS Of THF. FAVORITE,
kvili PIXLEY,
Kuala* at I o'clock.
LISS,Childof the Sierras
tu
ZARA,
j, >MV <OSQ% DANCES and MEDLEYS.
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**K' " F. Thomm, i Co.', »lire.
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jiSD OPERA H S
Saturday, December 2.
nt im* the honor to anhonneo tha
■sgenicnt tor one nlirht of the
,, l.i vino TbaobdUnnh.
IC TEMPI. F
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fe.
janauschek,
,... n ,,rt.«l by a < i.mpany «>f unequal
JftMn*ihaDaazoolleooo. The pr.Mluction
(BcrsbluM Will 1*0 the fraud hDtorlcal drama.
MARIE ANTOINETTE
Marie Antoinette.
JaUHUNebek
J lUhMi Hill»!*, Manager; Mr. Edward
mL, Manager.
uL M |»n. <o sud 75 cent*. Ra*erv«d «eat*. % I,
lC7. Tboiaas ft Co. '» three day* In ad va nr«.
m&ndoFérà HOUSE.
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MA SO NIC TEMPLE.
ONE NIGHT ONLY,
Monday December 4,
Sensational Boom,
Only sj.p.-iiunr«* this wnnn of the
jillES BOYS. MISSOURI OUTLAWS,
tlluatratlon of the killing
Jarac» by
rtb< Drain» *n
of .!«•*
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THE FORD BOYS,
it james boys* iiorsim honey and
SPOT.
r«l>«clalljr
lie Company Including a
■Inltv Troupe an«l the
popular Htar
Mr. Sid C. Francs.
« . F. Thoina* A Co. Popular
n o v27, Î9, d «*<• 1.2, d 4
odticed by
ist «ui t>«'
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*W Is the Time
Mau Blaukt-ts, Comfortablos,
«"«Is, l mlerwear, Felt and
Ilaoncl Skirts and Woolen
Ntl'oods of all description».
I - l,tfi well supplied and
parantee to suit you in quality
N price.
1
ol
interested in Dress Goods
""'t forget that
we have a
"SOuid «oll assorted stock
"'"dies. Velvets, Satinsand
Dur assortment of
'it Dress Goods ranges
r®. '-F- t0 81.50 per yard
'"eludes some of the most
. lrKl, ' c effects displayed this
î** 0 "; with a complete line of
"Mmmgs, Gimps, Braids,
»«lions, &c.
0nl v Agency iu the State
-ro»-»
Bajsar Pattbbits.
Catalogue.
Slks.
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^Call's
^ nd lor
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A. SPENCER,
•00 Market Street.
o«Ul-tm-tu-S4
-—ion AD
D 4!iIt ! - U. foster.
VAMD8.
NO.
ATTOHN E Y-AT-LA W.
11 EXCHANGE BUILDING
l^venth aud
Wilmington.
Market streets.)
DEL. nyvio
D Ks j x. & j.
b. hobensack,
^FrSJjmi'.T Wl ta* effrem of HELP- ABCSÏ
"* ■ t'?,- ■YJl'*?*' rer should know hi* con
,V i.,,*» 10 Itnprov, It dionld read
'* A »DT-HHELL."
'»'•'Ptot thro^o««
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stamp.
aeptl4-l-D
WANTED.
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W A £ T . 1 ??— T0 R'NT a ririu-E WIT»
Till» '"'Jobilng. AiUrc llotHK,
I mu l'. Ml h. nn»S7-»t
l.OUT .INI) FOUND.
I
OST.— A BLACK AND WHIi'K HALF
J HftKIl BtJI.I, IKIO
Jay afternoon. Any one
till* nutlet, will be proitocuted
H
nit
keeping the'do;; after
rar
No. 504 West Second siroet.
aovt8-2t;
koficjit«.
he *ebt give notice
AX THAT I Intern! to pro for n petition to the
General Assembly or tbe *tHte ufi>
next session, praying fur th« pasaâxeôf an aot to
tv.* >... ..if 1 V 1 * V f SStÄony with
my nu'banJ, Charles K. Mold« u.
laware ai It*
w;
•llvore«
JULIA MOHLEN.
V^OTICF. — To REAL E-TaTE
A! OWNERS. Those who fell or transfer real
an<l <1o nut wUli to par the taxe* of |m- 3 wilt
the uiidRi-ttlgiitd by icavli.v notice thereui
DEN NI« KANK,
__ .. <'»Hector» or City Taxes,
No, 10 Rx*i HIkiIi ft real, tictreen Market
and Klu»r. Hour*. Sn. ui. tu l.rad 1
estate
oh I lire
at our o
owner».
• and
novl7-2w
ATOTiCE.—TO WATER RENTER-.
-L v ALL PERSONS who have sold property «lur
ing flu: nreaeot year mu»i five notice or such
transfer to the KeurUtr»»- at the offloe of
Water Department Wore tin- auth J.ir
her, lUtt. Otherwise they will be held
the water rent for the uext vear. Any alteration
mado In any hill after the ahoru date will l*o at
the option or the Re|(Utrir.
J. A. ROM),
RraDtrar.
th
of Novo
llrtble U
aovi7tae
J^OTICE TO BONDHOLDER i f
Delaware State Bonds !
«Iren « or htatc Thkasckkr. >
Dovaa, Drl., Dk KMUKIt l. lst£. (
By virtue of an art of the Oeuvrai AHM-mi.iy,
panM-d at Dover, March H, pv»l, I Iu n l.y jrlve
l»:e tu hu »1er* of Delaware St ite homl* tliot I
»hall a>ten»l at the IMilInd. IphD .National Mink.
In ihe city of I'hlladi'liililu, dniinK lin* ImifIiiu h
hour» of th «I l.ank, ui. tli«* rtr-t three »ecuI «lav
of January, I88J, iirt-parcd to pay »
nil the -oiiiIh of the »aid Blair from
Ml both
tin* bona» of tlir stun- of I >» -law»
July 1, IMI. and that fr«
da v of January, Ink» t Ik Interest on »aid bond»
will reaa«'. It» III KMT J. ItKY VOI.DS,
uv23-2twdAw|J *nl bluti Tn
tf and r.a
No. 1 to
Idi'IiihIvc. of H* r|..M a, of the denonilr
ne lliouk.and »loll u - earli, of the I »sue
, under «laic of
and after the »al t flrut
ro JB «4JJL
von SALE.—CHEA1*—A NEW TWO
1 8TORY HUH K IIOI'SK, IWk) 1*1
room», hot
porch, by A.
F°r,
deep lot. Will be »old «1
at-««
•irc< t, 7
d cold water, %**, bath, Sec., from
L. JOHNSON.
IU2 East bcventli street.
SALE —HOUSE NO. 903 SHALL
. Wi\*t, with hack kitchen,
id un «*:iHv term».
HAN Ml.Lit.
No. Mu King street.
ROMs ave
MV
170U RENT.—HOUSE NO. 807 WA9H
i INUT-tN 8Tl!F.ET;poMC*;*lon Immediately.
Apply un the nreuil..»*-«.
uov*J4-tr JOSKI'H L. CAUFKNTER, JK.
1 ?OK 8A' E.—DWELLING nOUSE NO.
101SU AHlflNHTON »tre<
Eleven rouins
with nil
J. Ab'Gl rAU LLKV.
«W Market
renient
novia-lm*
puH SALE.
100 Acres of Standing Timber.
nilafly YELLOW TINKand MAPLE.
• mile of railroad and three
within
water, ami »»tKccnt to other larg«* an«l line tracu
of timber land the growth of whirl» I« llk»'Wl»e on
the market. For particular»a* t«>location, price,
term», et«\, ««hire-»*,
aepU3-«l,wA*-li GAZETTE OFFICE.
lies of
poR SALE.
34 Desirable Dwellings.
&-»tory brick. No. W1 Waahlnxtou
street.
4-Nlory brick, Slfl King
2-»torv brick, 203 tl'nMi
3-»tor> brick. 13 Vlarkct
ft-* tory brick, wv Linden street...
2-story brick, Wr2 A ÜOI I linleii sin
2-«tory-brick, 3u«s. Van lluren »m-et 1
2-story brick, viö, UIH.V2U, 9£i Elm »t. 1 C00
2-story brick, 4Ü6 llonrou *tn
2-Ktory brick, 827, »
rust street.
2-»tory brick, N. W
llorrlnon »tr«:et.
2-story brick, 1133 A 1131 Klin -tr.-et
5-story brick, 3U0. 311, 313, »IS Houth
Vanlturcn street.
l-«t>>ry brick, 70S, 70S, 7lh, 712 Drown
street..
S-atory brick, 71C, 7Waud?l3 Wright
»treet...
3-*»iory brick, Vth and Franklin bt*
In c»»ur»<- «»rerection. Al»o val
uable truck farm on New Castle ave
nue, containing 12 acres aud good
buildings. Price.
.. root*
. 6 000
8tre<*t
incton Mirent 3 '»*>
3 000
un») each
cli
100
I
20,831, 833, 836
i 100 each
Elm a ltd
1700
1 luOearh
— 1100 each
.... l 600cacti
l SCO each
... IOOuO
The above dwell!njfs
13 r»
ondltlo
will Im- »<»14
'baser. Apply to
,. CARPENTER, JH.
Washluatou stre et.
In good c
contain irom 5
i« rme to suit the pure
JO«. 1.
nov2l-liu<14*
FVBhli) BALÆIB.
YUBLIC 8ALES.
1
!lln*». Loi»,
promptly your ltsis of l>wt
HU«*«. D«>nda amf other Mccurltle*
ol SATURDAY. Dec« in her 0th. at i!
Smith ttulldlnfr. Market btreet, b«
and Seventh street»
2»-5t
»rile
. at the
reçu Si\tli
11KAI.D & <'«>.
H VAl ISTF.Ji'S HOTIVEH»
8 ORDER.
REGISTER'
RJBOIBTKR'R OFFICK. . i
New Castle Co., Del., October 23, iôs2. y
Upon the application of H '
Administra Urruf Marla !.. Smith, late of B»*«i Li
_iln-4. III »aid county. dHceaacd, 111» or«
aud dlrcctsd by the HcglsU-r that the AdmlnDt
tor aforesaid give notice of grantln* ol l« tt
of AdiuinlHtraiion upon the c»tat«* ol theuecea
with th** .t.t.i ..r uniiitlUK thoreur. Iiv rau»
advcrti»«-nit'nis to I»' poste«! within forty «i.iy»
(fom the dat*' of »ach letters la six of the
public place* of the county ol New Castle,
requiring all |w*rsons having demands against
the estate t«> present the same, or abide by an act
of Assembly in stieb caao made and provided,
tnd also cause the baine to l»e lowrtejl within th*
p« rlod in the Daily Gazjbttk, u
»U bllshe«! lu Wilmington, and t«> b«*
eeks, (e. o. d. )
«1er the hand a«»«l sealofofflrjc
J. « l of the Ibgiktor aforesaid at Wilmington
J ) in New Cattle county aforesaid,
.1., »nrt .hove wrlt«n d
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newspaper
continued tn
In three
Glv
b
KOTICK.
Alt jRjrsoufc having claims sgatust the of
ike deceased inu»t present the wine dnly atmated
lo the Administrator, on or before October 21, A.
D 1888, or abide the act ot Assembly in b«icIi
,U ""' ! ' D, ' UAKliV M. CANTWKM..
Administrator,
root. Wilmlng
o4i 123-in Mr I -
D orp nilRWEIL
B. J. r. UI.O'Ici.
«mu, UKMOVE ma OFEICE-»
«-WI1.J. "" w .. C( ,
" riroQT STRÏFT
i NO 712 WKb 1 ö I. Ivjlii-J i »
KOVtttBKR TUB 16T.
eoUKMÄ-14C
A<1dr4iss: No. 317 East blxtU
ion, Dsl.
J^EGI8TER'S ORDER.
New Cullt cJ°.'l XovemhlTr 27, IMÎ. I
of Wllialngtonhuu«ire4i. In »aidcount) ■•'"' ''T ;
It U onlurcd and dlKCwi tif (tic Rrj^lst« r that
the Aiti.ilnUtrfttor »fpreMld iclve notice 0»
«i»«/ of letters «»f Adrolnlhtratlon np«»n tnet*Hiau. oi
the deoea*« d, with tU« , <tat«'Ol^ ranting th«
cauBlng advcrtj»c incul» to Ik Pfsdod within lorty
Java from the dut« of such lettcra, in six of tn«
S^aiSSKÄlÄtSSS.ÄÄgiSl'hj
KSm puhlKhed in Wilmington, an,l to be eon
11 tzk
and year above written^ ^ moot*, Register,
iron ce.
„«»SSSsS:
SuissassfÄSlÄr
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Wilmington, Del.
iddrcMi
lt w,r,3*d.w
•27.
NEWS ABOUT THE CITY.
HAPPENINGS OF A DAY IN BUSY
WILMINGTON.
A PEST HOUSE BADLY NEEDED.
Tbo Mooting of ilio Hoard of Health Lu t
Night, at Which the Hospital {Joeetlou
Agola Confronts the Sanitarian«.
Tbo regular fortnightly meeting of tbe
Board of Health was held last evening,
the mem hers being prêtent.. The condition
of u pond of water in the Eleventh war.I
wa> referred to the Street Committee of
Council, ami Dr. Draper and Edward F.
Kuuh were appointed a committee to in
vestigate a filthy alley In the Fifth ward.
Postmaster Rwlggrtt called the attention ol
th- Board to the custom of the city authori
ties depositing refuse matter in the sand
hole bounded by Twelfth, Thirteenth,
Orcuge and Taluall street*. President
Bush Raid he would look into the matter.
The communication «ent by the board to
City Couucil lust May, in ielation to a hos
pital for the reception of persons suffering
from contagious din aw*», was read, and by
a resolution of Dr. Draper It wa« ordered
that tiie Rccreinry of the board send another
copy of the coinmunicaiiou to Council, urg
ing them to tuko immediate action in the
matter. The letter to which Council paid
no heed slated that an the old building de
voted to auedi use waa about to be removed
the eredIon of such a structure would be
advisable, as tbe new almshouse la too fur
Irom the city for the safe and convenient
transfer of patients.
Numerous complaints having been made
to tlio Board of the condition of Shipley
run. and It beiug reported that several
parties erecting new residences In the Filth
ami Seventh wurde hud made and were still
making arrangements to drain Into th»
stream in violation of the city ordinance, ii
was resolved that the cleak transmit to City
Council u letter eaillug their attention to
the ordinance upon the subject.
Two orders were drawn, oue for $3 oml
the other for $1.50.
all
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A CONCERT AT NEW ARK.
A Delightful Mii»le*l Treat (liven by the
Trinity tlnolr.
The Trinity P. E. Church choir gave a
delightful concert at Newark last night, for
the benefit of the M. K. Church, In which it
was present,
composed of all the luusicul people of New
ark. The following is the program, and It
waK rendered by the choir in a manner
which won deserved applause and much
praise by those in attendance :
"Tills World is not a. T'leo'ing Show,".. .Lange.
Trinity Choir.
"Music by tho River, .
Choir.
"Fair Dove, Fond Dove,"_
Thomas Dent
a "Couio unto Me,"..
tho Mouutalti High
Choir.
"Couhi'st Thou but Know,". Balfe.
John 11. Hrauuatulu
"Arrow and S»>ug,".
Choir.
•'Cantate," .
"Dancing o'er the W
held. A large audio

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. PiMCUli.
. Hatty
. Hag,i er.
fc"F
.Southard.
.. Hag.
. Burk.
. White.
( hoir
('hoir
. Millard.
• Fullier, to Thee,".
< 'hoir.
"(), Restless Sea,". White.
Miss Crouch, Mr. Braunstein and Mr. Rhoads.
"Art Thou WeuryT".
Choir.
"The Lord's Prayer,".
Choir.
. Lmerton.
. Thayer
"O' Restless Öea," by Misa Crouch, Mr.
Rhoads nnd Mr. Brinnstein was encored ;
and in response they sung "Praise Ye," the
well-known selection by Verdi, lu u
very respectable manner. The chant
"Art Thou Weary" was also encored,
aud the choir iu respousu gave the chaut,
••Thy will be Done," which v.iw received
with much pleasure. All told, the concert
was a very enjoyable one, ati«l the choir,
having been Invited to supper, at Ils conclu
sion returned home at 1 o'clock tbis morn
ing.
A TREAT PROMISED.
The I'roduc Ion of the ••Queen*« Lace
(he Wilmington
Handkerchief" In
Opera House.
On Tuesday evening next, the 5th, the
"Queen's Lace Handkerchief," the opera
comique which bar, been running so success
fully in I'hiludelplra for the past five weeks,
will be given iu the Opera Home in Wil
mington. The opera Itself has plenty ol
•ril, the air« being pleasing and taking,
while tlic manner in which it is mounted lb
cwliat uiiusuul. Its success in Philadel^
been phenomenal and the week
the most successful one
phia In
jue-t ending bus bet*
ihc management has had, although lull
houses with stauding room only has been
tbcordcr.
The costumes are grand und continually
changed during the evening. The troupe is
composed of 70 persons, included its
orchestra, aud musical lovers in this city
should turn out and tiil the Opera House.
So elaborate are some of t he toilets, and
he i>ciTormere,that the private
« to be con*
the night ol
numerous arc
boxes at the Open
verted into dressing rooms
the performance here.
But tlic most redeeming leature ol the
opera ii its clcaulineas, there not being a
hcene, word or act to which the most prml
inli might object. Only two performances
will Iw given outside oi Philadelphia, 1 ren
tou and Wilmington. The company will
then go to the Philadelphia Academy of
Music lor three nights ami from there to the
indefinite
House ar
new Casino in New York ior
period.
HeHlth Records.
rill hereafter furnish
York city with a
,'hich will be
Registrar Irazu
the Sanitarian ot Ne
cony of his weekly report
published in llu* Sanitarian the same as was
published iu the National Bulletin , now dis
continued lor want of un appropriation by
Congre», in consideration 4»f tbis service
the Registrar will receive the Sanitarian
gratis.
The Delaware truck is again In service.
Two turkeys were stolen Irom the Clayton
House last evening by some one unknown.
Two drunks were disposed ol at ihe City
Hall tiffs morning, a white ouc for 50 cents
,ud a block one for ?1.
.„„le,. .* lUnovcr Vrcsby
teri,n Ch?rch,"comer of "utb lnd Kin'*
«reel, on Thursday, at 10.30 o'clock a. m.
itreela, on inure "j, Mark,,
Preachln* by the pwtor,
cordially intuca.
— «h« Firs, u Pr^hytcrlan church, on
Market street above Ninth, the Kt \. ■ ■ o.
DuVal, pastor, will hold Thanksgiving aer
vice at 10.80 a. m., to-inorrow, to which the
: nubile are cordially welcomed.
II jj Keltrwln of the West Church
u-lll it reach to-morruw morning Irom Amo,,
„V 1 , "if an an did flee Irom a lion and ft i
bear met him, or went Into the hou«i aud ,
» rf*J.,i h u nand on the wall aud a ,erp»nt
bit him"
■*
John Ferns' Deque»!.
Tlic treasurer of the Home for Aged
Women takes pleasure .n acknowledging tbe
receipt of »3,000, the legacy ot Johu Ferris
from Dr. Caleb Harlan Ids executor.
LOCAL LACONICS.
At
OMK OF THE OLDEST.
Mr«. Amy Robinson, Huru In Hum>«x
County, Dend-bhe UtmiemOcretl Seeing
W Mhlngton.
The Philadelphia Record of to-day «a j« :
At noon yesterday Mr*. Ainy Robinson,
colored, who 1« said to have attained tiie ex
traordinary age of 115 years, died at the res
idence of her niece, Mrs. Amy Blake, No.
707 South Broad street,
paralysis and old age.
deceased are not In possession of any papers
or other evidence to substantiate the claim
that Mrs. Robinson wa* us old as she her
self represented. Mrs. Blake, however, la
positive that her auut was fully 115 years
old, and bus* » this asserilou ou the tact that
"Aunty" Robinson, as she was familiarly
termed, was many years the senior of Mrs.
Blake's mother, who is now living In Dela
ware, aud Is about celchratiug her 100th
birthday. "Aunty" Robinson years ago,
belore she bream-: too feeble to talk much,
often entertained her friends by a recital 01
the incidents of a visit General George
Washington made at the home of a Mary
land geutlcmau when slic was not much
more than u girl. Amy Robinson was born
near Canterbury Bridge, Sussex county,
Delaware, and many years of her early life
were spent in bondage. The funeral will
take place on Friday afternoou, from her
late residence.
Death waa au« to
The relative« of the
TI1HLA TS AND A HUSK.
Contractor Koogli and lioas Doughorty
Hare a Wordy Dout, Which the Former
Paya For.
John Dougherty, foreman of a gang of
men employed by the City Water Depart
ment, had a disagreement with Martin
Keogh, the contractor, on Monday after
noou, ami the lutter having made threaten
ing gestures aud used abusive language was
»rrested ami brought before the Mayor last
•vening. The two men have their respee
ive gangs at work on the same street, and
Keogh accused Dougherty of haviug taken
»nine stone belonging to him and selliug it.
The emphatic lie was exchanged aud
Keogh seized a bar of Iron or some siml
ar weapon and offered to use U- Dougherty
losed 1 • and told Keogh I hat if he was uot
a cripple he wouM strike him. When
Keogh tuede his s atenieut he said Dough
•rty had been trying to coax away the
former's men, promising "big wage* ard
nothing to do." Several witnesses were ex
imined, all of whom heard tho lie given.
Harry F.mmons, Esq., represented Keogh,
and asked that he be discharged as both
men were to blame. His Honor did uot
took at it In t' at light and lined Keogh $5
and com», which was *.a!d, the Mayc -
I using to accept an anpeal.
DKLAWABK city.
Mr..Ford 'h Knteitalnment— ComingKnter
tuiiiment«.
rappel*! eorrespondeuce of ttic Oazette.l
Dklawars City, Nov. 29.— S. T. Ford of
Wilmington, tlic clocntiiinert, will give an
ther of his popular cntertalmnen:« in the
Id M.
December lat. The entertainment will con
sist of serious and humerons readings.
The steamer Major Reybold came near
being burned on Saturday night while un
loading freight here. She caught lire and
nut lor the discovery by eill-ers Webb and
Wingate, who gave the alarm, she would
:uve been totally destro) ii. t
Thirty-four vessels were lying In the
canal Monday morning, waiting to be
towed through.
The white population as well as the col
ored folk*; are looking forward to the tissue
paper entertainment which is to he given by
• he colored people in Eagle Hall on Thanks
giving night.
Frativrs and Cook's orchestra will fur
nish music for a ball in Chesapeake City on
Thanksgiving night.
SUICIDE AT MILTON.
A Married Woman Hungs Herself for No
Apparent Reason.
[Special dispatch to the Gazette. ]
Milton, Nov 29.— Mrs. Minty Manship,
the wife of Charles Manship, committed
suicide at 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon by
hanging herself at her home. Her husband
was a tailor ami »he had a happy home. No
cause is assigned to the rash act.
EGYPT A FT Kit THE STRUGGLE.
ol
0. < lunch on Friday evenii g,
What England lia» In Expend—A Fair
Taial for the Rebel Leaders.
London, Nov. 28.—It, is announced from
Cairo that the government has informed tbe
Commission of Inquiry that its decrees,
when inconsistent with the arrangements
made between Arabi Pasha's counsel and
Borelli Bey, public prosecutor, are absolutely
lid. In the House of Commons to-day
Sir Charles Dilke stated that he had uot
IrabiV. trial would continence.
England had incurred no pecuniary responsi
nility In connection with it. Mr. Gladstone
said the cost of the war in Egypt was esti
mated at £3,000,000, including £1,000,000
lor the expense of the Indian contingent.
The total cost, including the transportation
of the troops home, was estimated at £3,.
500,000. This cost., he said, was down to the
1st of October. From that date the charge
w ill bo borne either wholly or iu part by
he
known
Egypt.
Reuter's Cairo dispatch to-night says :
"Lor«l Dufferiu ba« decided to recommend
to the Kg>ptiau government not to proceed
with Urn chargts against Arabi Pasha
alleging complicity with the burning of
Alexandria aud the .»une massacres. The
council of ministers held a meeting to-day
tbe subject of the trial, but no decision
was arrived at. In the meanwhile the
prosecution committee have iutorroed Mr.
Broadley, counsel for the prisoners, that the
trials have been set for December 7."
OU
Tho Unfortunate Luuatle.
Charles Iloldin, the German who created
such a furore on Fifth street yesterday after
, will be taken to the Almshouse to-day
noo
ami treated. This morning he was tecllng
much better and expressed a desire for
something to eat, up to that time having re
fused all proféra of food. Tho man with
whom Iloldlu has boarded for the past year
and a half says the unfortunate fellow Is
subject to terrible cramps in tbe stomach
which affect his head and make him tem
porarily insane. Yesterday he had au at
tack of cramps and w«ia soon "clean gone
out of his head," as his friend remarked,
and could not be controlled. He does uot
drink and is employed In the car shops of
the Jackson  Snarp Company.
Examination* at Rugby.
Thfs being examination week at Rugby
Academy, the boys arc« being examined on
the studies pursued during the term Just
ending. For the most part the examina
tlona »ro written, and tbe paper, so far
reflect ercat credit upon the boy,. Yestcr
day clareca In Pby.lology, Greek, Mental
Arithmetic and Hi, tory of England were
examined. To-day clauc. In Lattu.book
keeping, Algebra and Arithmetic will be
examined. The winter terra will commence
on Mon( , nfxt n„. t . m ber 4.
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A stunt»» Hevleal.
a Stanton correspondent write, : "Eight
person, united with the Preebyterlan Church
at btftuton on last ounday, which waa the
rouit oft ,peclal religious Interest In the
ft i church. 3i>cclftl »ervleea were held In the
, Church for about four week,, during which
Christian, were revived and tinners eon
verted to Uod."
*
SHERIFF CLARK'S CASE.
THE 8ANOERS' SUIT GOING ON
IN COURT.
THE TESTIMONY TAKEN TO-DAY.
The Mure of the (loads In the ffturo—>
Tbo BoiIdni Trouble* of the Filon tUT,
Ac.. Ac.
In the afternoon the cross-examination of
Robert L. Banders was resumed by Mr.
Lore. An attempt to discover who fur
nished the $1,900 by wliloh the goods lu
James A. Sander's store were bought lu by
Vfary E. Sanders at the time her judgm
Wer a pushed, created an animated dispute
between Messrs. Spruauce and Lore, the
former evidently much annoyed hi the
effort« of the latter.
The witness, after mach questioning,
stated that when E. Bertha Saudera, who
was a daughter of James A. Sanders,bought
the storo goods from Mary E. Saudera, she
gave a bond for $6.000. The store was
given to Bertha until her marriage, when it
was transferred to her brother, liumy L.,
to whom the stock was not given at Urn,
owing to his 111 health. James A. bauilers,
to witness' knowledge, was not In the store
during the time Bertha and Henry had
charge of it.
Alter a long and tedious cross-examina
tion the Wituess was dismissed and James
A. Sanders was called to tbo stand at 4.35
o'clock, being examined by Mr. Nields.
He (old of how, when iu need o! funds,
hi* brother Robert T. and wife loaned him
money in 1870. The making of the bouda
it 218 Market street waa gone over in de
tail. The first bond was given to Mary E.
and the second to K. T. Sauders, aud wit
ness never had them in his possession after
ward.
When be ceased to buy goods aad failed,
ne tried to compromise with hi* creditors,
out could not do it. Mary E. bunder»
bought the goods. After the Sheriffs sale
had no interest or right in the business.
When Henry L. Saudera took control wit
ness was employed as general manager
aud had no interest at all iu store. Was
uot In the store when the Sheriff seized the
stock. About one hour was spent- in ex
amining and identifying bills for goods
bought by E. B. Handers, her checks for the
same and receipts given therefore, w hile she
had control of tho business. Court ad
journed at 6 o'clock.
ents
a
CJlue Fact»»ry Burned.
Cincinnati, Nov. 29.—The Layton A
Klines glue factory was burned at 1 o'clock
this morning. Loss, $6,000.
MORNING SUMMARY.
Dodge A Sinclair, rubber goods dealer«,
failed In New York yesterday ior $200,000.
It is said that ex-Colloctor Torn Murphy,
ol New York, will be appointed as Marshal
Henry's successor.
McDonald, recently arrested at St. Louis
for blackmailing Kate lloxon,haa been sent
to the insane asylum.
Cornwell, Price & Co., the largest paper
dealers at Detroit, Mich., have made an as
signment. The affair causes great surprise.
William Powell, aged IS years, was killed
yesterday by being thrown under tbe wheel«
•if a mine
National mines, near Frostburg, Md.
Dominick Carruso, an Italian laborer, 45
years of age, was yesterday run over at High
Bridge, New York, by a New York Central
aud Hudson River railroad train and killed.
which he was riding, at the
Hiram Sbep&rd was murdered by Erastus
Page at Hunt's Hollow, Livingstou county,
N. Y ., on Sunday night. Page was drunk
and stamped his victim to death. Hu Is now
iu jail.
Louisa Kollbrunner, aged 7 years, an in
at Bal
mate of the Gertnau Orphan Asyl
limore, yesterday fell Irom the rail of the
stairway, a distance of about sixtecu feet,
aud was killed.
The Upham Flouring Mill at Bluo Rapids,
Kan., was burned on 8unday. It had six
teen rollers, and cost $60,000.' Grain valued
at several thousand dollars, and insured,
was also burned.
Francis A. Warded,« special agent of the
Pcusiou Department, has been detected at
Detroit, Mich., in a series of audacious for
geries that culminated yesterday in the issu
ing of a warrant for hi* arrest, but he has
fled.
The family of a laborer named Sullivan
were accidentally poisoned yesterday at San
Francisco by eating fish Two children died
and another is not expected to live. The
wife and two remaining children will re
cover.
At Herkimer, N. Y., on Monday night.
Mrs. P. J. Casier fell down the cellar with a
lighted lamp in her hand ; the kerosene ex
ploded aud »lie was horribly burned about
the head. Her husband's hands were badly
burned in extinguishing the flames.
The jury in the inquest concerning the
death of James Maxwell,killed iu tbe recent
accident at Pciikskill, N. Y., yesterday ren
dered a verdict censuring the New York
Central Railroad Company for not employ
ing sufficient men to protect trains.
E. P. Rowell, a former employe of the
Wabash railroad ticket office at Adrian,
Mich., was arrested at Indianapolis on Sun
day last, when he confessed having stolen
$3,000 worth of tickets in October last, a
portion of which be was offering for sale
when arrested.
In tho Uuited 8tates Circuit. Court at
Syracuse, N. Y., yesterday the jury in the
case of R. Porter Lee, tbe defaulting presi
dent of the Firkt National Bank of Buffalo,
returned a verdict of guilty, and Judge Wal
lace sentenced the prisoner to ten years im
prisonment. ,
Lyman Guard, 88 yea» old, engineer of a
portable hoisting engine at Providence, R. I.,
wa6 yesterday hoisting salt f rom the schooner
Harvey Hart, when he mounted the englue
to adjust some of its parts, and bis overcoat
caught iu the hois'-rope and he was
drawn arouud the winch, receiving probably
fatal Injuries.
In the Circuit Court yesterday at St. Louis,
Mo., a «leeres of divorce, with custody of
children, was granted to Barnet Dixon,
whose wife eloped lost spring with John
Curtis, aged 20 years. Mrs. Dixon is highly
connected at St. Louis. Curtis was examined,
and testified to his relations w ith Mrs. Dixon.
It is believed sh« i» now living near Phila
delphia.
Judge Moore, yesterday at Brooklyn,
N. Y., sentenced James Flaherty, convicted
of murdtriuthe second degree in having
killed his wife on September 17,-In Will
iamsburg, to imprisonment for life. Judge
Moore also sentenced Robert Donald, who
In September last killed his father by strik
ing him on the head with an earthenware
teapot, to the Stato prisou for »even years.
first claim
new arrangement, will, however, often
place Canuou In a aotnewhat lnvWiou, po
alllon, a, he will have to ride for Mr. Keene
against horee, trained by himself.
Mr. Pierre Lorillard has ßent his race
horees to be trained by Tom Cannon, ac
cordiug to the Loudon World , to whom the
Americans appear greatly to incline, as Mr.
J. R. Keene pays hiiu £3,000 a year to have
bis services as a jockey. The
A DOUBLE TBAOEDY.
A rut.bar» MSB Kill, MM Wlb sad
Pittsburg, Nov. 88.—A double tragedy
of b peculiarly horrible character, In which
Johu Mueller killed his wife and then killed
lilmuelf, Was enacted In Allegheny City
evening. Mueller waa a wealthy saloon
keeper, 48 years of age. His wife waa six
teen years bis Junior, and remarkably good
looking. Both were Inclined to be thrifty,
and although they were far aboTe want,
kept a number of boarders. One of these
excited the jealousy of Mueller, and for
several weeks pest be has been eullcn and
morose. Tbis alternoon he became desper
ate. and resolved to red all bis troubles,
real and Imaginary. He sent an 11-year
old daughter out of the bouse on some
pretext, and then proceeded to carry
out his design. Exactly what occurred dur
ing the daughter's absence will never be
known. When she returned the door of the
room In which her father uu<l mother usually
eat, was closed, but not locked. Tbe child
pushed It open far enough to see that a body
waa lying against It. Then she summoned
assistance. Tbe door waa forced opeu and
Mrs. Mueller Waa discovered lying In a pool
of blood and her bead a.moat severed from
her body. Not more than three feet from
wl.ere she lay, but with Ids head lying In
another room, was found tbe husband. Ills
neck was also Lerrlbls gashed, and life bad
evidently been extinct lor at least 15
minute.
this
A HAL F ENCA8RD RAZOR.
There were no marks of s struggle, but on
a piano was found a razor half encased ami
with its blade covered with blood. Near a
sofa '.vas a liaif-flulshed stocking, at which
Mrs. MueHer had been evidently knitting
when she was assaulted. The theory of
those who examined the room is that Mueller
gave his wife
razor quietly as if to shave himself and then
attached his wilo suddenly, while she was
seated on the sofa. 8lie evidently ran to tbe
door to escape from him, but fell there
fie bad ro difficulty iu almost severing her
head from tin* body. Then he must have
gone iuto the other room, cut hi* throat
there, partially wiped the blood from tbe
razor and slipped it into its case before he
leli where he was found.
warning, but drew' his
THE ClilEEU' SECTION.
hubliu i rufllaiuieii L'uder Ihm Uepn
Act—W. haiubsti» lmprovtug.
Dublin, Nov. 29. —The Fretmaêon»
Journal, to-day, commenting on the action
of the privy council, in proclaiming tha city
under the Curlew section of tfie Repression
act, say* it believes this su*p will intendfy
the evil* already existing and will Injure
credit, weaken confidence and paralize
trade.
The Journal adds that it. fears tbe
mtastire will have a tendency to eoibaias*
workman iu the discharge of their duties,
especially those whose labors compel them
to remain out after the hours named, and
that the more tiuud of them will probubiy
quit work entirely rather than take the
chances ol being arrested and lodged in jail
The loss of employment thus occasioned,
together with that caused by the arrest auu
imprisonment of tbe class of workmen who
are either indiscreet or bold enough to defy
the law, the Journal says, will render the
people desperate, aud thereby form a re
Kource for recruita tor the lawless elemeui
the police are now seeking to suppress.
GAMBETTA IMPROVING.
Paris, Nov. —The condition of M.
Gambetta is much improved to-day and the
fever has disappeared. Ilia speedy recovery
is now looked lor.
London. Nov. 2D.—The Admiralty bos
received a telegram confirming the news ol
the murder of rrotesoor Palmers aud party.
Brussels, Nov. 29.—The Belgium Cham
ber bus rejected the bill introducing trial by
jury lor press offenses.
Berlin, Nov. 29.—Nine liberals and
three auti-Jewibh candidates have been
elected to the Berlin municipal council.
KELLOGG IN A FIX.
Govern or Mo En wry Refuses to Give Him
III* fonursntunsl CommlKainn.
New Orleans Nov. 28.—Telegrams
from Baten Rouge «how that tfc* retunia
from the Third district were finally compiled
to-day. Tiie canvas*«» threw out Assump
tion and St. Mary's parishes on the ground
of informality In the returns. The former
gave Kellogg 1,13d majority, the latter 1,891
majority. This leaves him still shout 2,000
majority. Governor McEnery has refuse«!
to issue a certificate to Kellogg,
the ground of non-residence in the
district or State, aud lias given
Idtn until Monday next to submit
a brief and evidence. Kellogg has prepared
a statement ► bowing that he came t<* the
dtutc in the spring of 18(15; that be was the
»ixih man registered under the military re
constructlou iu 1876 in tbe parirh of Or
leans, tha 1 he has siucc constantly registered
and voted in tbo State, bought aud sold
pro|>erty, sued and been sued in the State
courts U6 a citizen of the State; has been
during his residence four years Governor ol
the State, and ten years United States Sena
tor, aud is »till Senator; has been recognized
repeatedly as Governor and Senator
by l>oth National and State Governments;
has large pluntlug interest« in Iberia parish,
in tl:c Third district; when he ceased to be
Governor his household goods were removed
from New Orleans, then the State capital to
the pirish of Iberia, in hi» district, where he
ha.s since resided and now resides, aud where
bo is now a registered voter.
Tho Democratic rcturntug officer of 8t.
Mary's parish has telegraphed Governor
McEnery that the electlou was fair, and that
Ids returns arc a correct compilation of the
votes cast.
A Dali Dog anil tiie Ilwggagc Smoker.
[Nebraska Times.3
Conductor Ed Kennedy, on the Kansas
City, 8t. Joseph end Council Bluffs railroad,
■f a singular clrcumstauce
the vloti
Saturday. A gt-.ctleuian was coming
from the East with a fine specimen of the
genus bulldog which wa&chaiucd to a ring
in tbe baggage car. Buddeulya violent pull
at the bed apprised the engineer that some
thing was goiuf wrong, aud that he must
stop the traiu. He accordingly reversed the
action of the machinery, set the air brake»,
aud the train come to a dead stop. The
conductor w as puzzled, and going through
the train without discovering the cause
of tho delay. finally Entered
baggage car. Perched upon
ol a pyramid of trunks; was the
baggage master, while beneath stood the
bulldog, with gnashing teeth, fairly aching
for a bite of the railroad mau. In his anx
iety to eßcape the fangs of the enraged brute
the baggageman had sought refuge on top
of the trunks. In his extremity be pulled
the bell cord in the hope of summoning as
sistance, and thereby stoppedAhe train. The
dog was called off' and toe baggageman
descended from his pereh. Afterward the
dog was turned over to Conductor Kennedy
who was bitten by tbe dog in the hand, sus
taining a painful wouud, with which he re
paired to the owner of the canine, and re
monstrated with him. Thatgentleman took
tlw matter with the utmost nonchalance,
and coolly asked what the damage woula
be. Keuncdy told him that money was do
solace for crippled limbs, and declared his
intention to kill the rabid brute, lie
accordingly procured an axé and went to tbs
baggage car, and all that remains of the dog
now would uot fill a rcspsct&ble grave.
I ht
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lop
A WEARMOUTH WRECK.
'W*
A STRUGGLE FOR LIFE ON A
BARREN COAST.
riFTEEH OF TLE OBEW DB 0 WIEÜ.
A Survivor*a Story—How the
Waa Wreaked and tbe Crev. Lost-pa^
Boar Men Saved.
Halifax, N. 8., Nov. 28.— Roheit Hutch
inson, chief engineer of the itl-faled steamer
Vtearmouth, the only officer saved, who has
arrived in this city with the other four sur
vivors, makes a statement of tbe disaster :
The steamer YWarmoutb, commanded by
Ev«u Evans and laden with phosphate,
sailed from Montreal on the 3d instant lor
London. On Sunday, tbe 19th, during a
terrible snow storm in which those watch
ing could see very little ahead, the ship
grounded on a sandy beach, bumped and
pitched about continually and reiused to
stir. Her engihes were kept running until
it waa seen to be useless to attempt to get
her off. Then the captain signalled them to
ba stopped.
At daylight of the 20th the steamer waa
seeu to be fast brcaklu In two just forward
of the bridge, aud before being abandoned
the forward portion broke off aud went to
pieces. At 10 o'clock the stern commenced
to show si^ns ol parting, but the crew still
stood by her, thinking It better to do so
ibau to trust their lives to the boiling waves
in their frail boats. Just before 11 o'clock
the upper bridge, on which tho wheel waa
ailuated, began to break away, and the
men began to shout lor the boats to be
taken out.
Tbe captain, feeing that the vessel would
soon break up entirely, and, if they did not
make an effort to escape, send eveiy soul to
a watery grave, gave orders to get ready the
boat.«, und all hands started out on deck.
The chief engineer secured a life preserver
sud ascended to the deck. Here he found
all hands, except the captain and tbesecoud
mate, in the starboard life boat, lie observed
the uuptaiu trying to ,ower the jolly-boat
au«l went to his insistance, billowed by the
second mate. On getting iu they found
that the boat contained three oars, two
broken ana usciet s and the oilier split.
Two mountainous breakers were safely
passed over by the light boat, but tbe third
caught it aa ii it were u leather and knocked
it broadside to the sea. aud a Jcuith
swamped the boat ami sent its three occu
pants out ol sight. When the engineer rose
:o He surface In: could not sec his com
panions, aud striking out for laud sue
cteded In reaching it, terribly exhausteJ.
When he had uUainc»l u place of safety he
observed another man ( McLachlaud, tbe
boatswain), who also gamed the shore.
Both men were
cxhttU6icd by their ettorU
to reach the shore that lor a time they were
unable to walk and lay on the sand to re
gain strength to euablc them to proceed to
the nearest house, watch
mile di3iaul. While
two other sailors— J«»hu Tov.nœnd aud
Joliu Martin—seamen, Joined them,
they too having reached the snore. The
lour men having rested aud seeing that no
•me else came from the steamer made their
way toward the house, reaching it after
painfully toiling lor three hours. It was
.ouud to be a telegraph station, but the
operator was absent procuring h su|>ply of
provision«, and 110 occupant was louud to
admit them. Willi u great effort'the
weakened men broke ojaru the d«*or and
uuilt a lire, upon which they prepared some
tea which they discovered there, together
with some bread. Ab tit 6 p. m., the ope
rator returned, uud from him Mr. Hutchlu
•on learned that the War mouth had struck
ou Wolf Iftlaml. about 20 miles, long, and
Allualed a mile cast of Point du Loup.
A fter daylight on Tuesday morning the
four men prepared to search lor any other
survivors or lor the bodies of those who had
perished. Bclo-e they started u Frenchman
ai rived at tho house, accompanied bv one of
the steamer fireman's mutes n.uncd Murgo,
who, after gaining the laud, hud spent the
night in the bushe*. A thorough search
was made through the lumber which bad
been washed ashore, but they failed to dis
cover any trace of tiie remaining
members of the crew. That day it was de
termined to proceed ami take the mail
steamer for Piéton. The men, now increased
in uumber to live, reached their destination
*>n the following day, ;
ance of the receiver of wrecks, were for
warded by the mail steamer to Nova Scotia.
The following is a* accurate a list of those
lost in the disaster ns can be ascertained:
Evau Evans, captain; George Thomau, first
mate; Richard Travelloek, second mute; E.
C. Saunders, second engineer; Francis Cal
lender, third engineer; - Lee, steward;
Joseph Woodcock Pnieser, carpenter;
Thomas Derby, donkeymau: Frederick Mer
■I» Morhtnbaum, George
- lireiueu; William
was a
lying there
d, with the assist
, J
riott, fire
Beer and John l
Mayfield and James Herr:
seamen.
SNAKE« IN A RED.
The E'rigicl Bed-Fellow« oi h 8uake
Hiuitintc Horl a 1'iefcsMor.
Professor Bell, the Bin.tli onlan Institu
tion's agent, siiijiped his las' collection of
snakes to th/* North two weeks ago, and
already lias his museum full again. It Is
surprising how rapidly they become domesti
cal« «1 under his treatment. Dur i g tbe
recent eoM snap some of them that he turns
loose in hi» room at night climbed up the
bcd-fiostb an«! ooile«l themseves up iu his
blankets. He felt them bunting for cosy
spots about biß leg« and knew that he ought
to get up and provide them with some loose
straw, but a sleepy man iu a warm bed of
a cold night is uot over-obliging, and the
Professor snored on musically, as is his cm
tom. The. r«*ptiies crowded upon on«
another, quarreled, fought a little, bissel,
but the Professor did not budge ; only no.v
and then he would wake slightly and cry
softly, "Willst, boys ! Be easy, boys !"
At last a big eoachwhip snake found an
opening near the edge of the blankets and
•lowly glided in. There was a gentle waving
up aud down of the bedclothes as the big
clay-bank serpent moved about getting him
a. If comfortable, when Maidenly be slapped
about two-thirds of his frigid length against
legs of th«* dozing professor/ Tho
professor made a violent remark. He sat up
in bed, gathered a hand f «il «if snakes iu each
haud, depositing them carefully on the floor;
then throwing back the bedclothes, he ad
ministered a kick that s: nr the coachwhip
flying through the dark to the further end
of the room, encountering tho lamp ln iu
aerial fight, and knocking from Us brocket
tli a. wall th«: tragi'
Florida mound-buibl
"Freeze and be hanged!" exclaimed the
irate professor. "1*11 share my bed with
you, but you shan't drive me out." He
drew the blAukcts over him. A few mo
ments later several pairs of little red eyes
moved up the bedposts on either 6lde, and
soon snake herder and snakes, in cnc couch,
were lost in peaceful slei'p.
the w
I of an ancient
Hoy Outlaws.
Fort Worth, Ti:xas, Nov. 29.—A gang
of drunken « ow boys boarded a train at
8we«twnt«r Grove yotmiay. They drove
the passenger« off' at the paints of revolvers
and bouud. the conductor and engineer back
to back They then ruu tbe traiu to thi*
place and left it.
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