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RKPRINTKP FROM YMTIRPAY
LYNCH ▼». MARTIN.
A' I Cause Why He Holds tha Oflos of
J Sheriff.
[Yesterday 's Gazette. ]
This morning Charles B. Lore and George
H. Bates, Esq»., counsel for Purnal J.
Lynch, presented the petition of the latter
to the court, setting forth frauds at
the late election whereby he was
deprived of the office of 8heriflT,
which he was legally elected. The peti
tion, to which is attached the affidavit of
Lynch declaring that the facta set forth In
the former are true to the best of hi» knowl
edge and belief.
The petition first »Ute» the fact of the
election, the count as returned by the elec
tion officers, the action of the Board of Can
vassers, and then goe» on to narrate where
the fraud* were pre pet rated.
It declare» that tn North Chrlitlana hun
dred there were 37 vo|*s cast by non-resi
dents who had paid no county tax within
two years preceding the election.
in South Christiana three vote» were cast
by non residents and two by criminals dis
franchised by Imprisonment and the lash.
Seventh election district, Fifth ward, Wil
mington, 18 votes by non-residents, and in
Eleventh district, Seventh ward, 30 votes
by non-residents.
The total number of fraudulent votes
cast being 85, besides 200 other illegal ballots
mentioned In a general way.
The petitioner declares that all the fraudu
lent votes thus cast were deposited for
.James Martin, and by them he, Purnal J.
Lynch, was defrauded of hie just rights.
The petition concludes as follows :
Wherefore, your petitioner prays that a
it issue out of said court, directed to
d .James Martin, directing him to
Hie
rule
the «ai
appear upon a day therein named, and show
cause, if any he have, why an information
in the nature of a quo i rarranto, shall not
be filed to Inquire by what warrant he, the
said James Martin, doth exercise the »aid
office of sheriff of said county.
Accompanying the petitiou was an affi
davit of Thomas Toy, setting forth the fact
cast in Jhrlstiauahuu
that illegal votes
dred for James Martin.
The court made the rule to show cause
why a writ of quo warranto should be
issued returnable on Monday, when the
matter will come up for argument.
Martin's counsel, Anthony Iliggius aud
E. U. Bradford, Esq»., accepted service of
the rule, Martin being present iu court.
If the writ asked for is granted a time set
for taking testimony iu the matter will be
net and the contest formally begun.
Hearing ltefore Enquire Yamlegrlft.
A hearing in a ease of disorderly conduct,
in which au elderly lady was the defendant and
a young married lady the prosecutrix, took
place lefore Esquire Yaudegrift this morn
ing. The parties are tenant» in the same
hou»? and from the evidence given, the
trouble arose lrom the payment of the rent.
The defendant was only bound over to keep
the peace, as she is iu poor financial circum
stance».
W
8.40—11.36
He
V.18 p.
The St»r Route Trial».
Washington, Dec. 7.—The first day
proper of the Star Home trials began to-day.
Messrs. Bliss, Kerr and Merrick appeared
forth*; Government, and Messrs. Wilson,
Davidge, and MeSweeny for the defendants
All the defendant» except S. W. Dorsey were
in court. A motion by his counsel to i>o8t
pone Dorsey's case on account of slckr
wa» overruled by the court.
Tnkcn Suddenly HI.
Dalvenc Mabcc, a machinist in the employ
of the P., W. A B. railroad, was seized with
cramps this morning while at work. He
was removed to his boarding house, No. 304
King street, where he had another serious
attack, it requiring four men to hold him,
: inten c e was his pain. A physician
lleved him of his suffering.
-li.33—
4.02—
-10.15a.
6.42 p.

t
ICijiroH*
Tlielr
The
except
PrtYuto
Sundays
boxes
sale
money
Court Matter».
The plaintiff in the ease at Coe vs.
English ot al. finished this morning and the
defense was opened by Mr. Harrington, and
a witness called to prove a certain (xitnt in
the transaction, but his te»timoney wr
ruled out as iuadmissable. The jury in the
Sanders case up to 3 o'clock had failed to
agree.
Fa.,
of
A Libel salt Virtually Fnded.
New York, Dec. 7.—Tiie Bel mont- Derby
libel case w
disagreement of tlm jury, wh«»
a motion ot his counsel
•st for contempt.
jury stood 8 for conviction ami 4 for
quittai.
d
and
«.•tided *tld» morning by the
ere dis
N
charg«*d. Derby
was released from i
The
Steamer t «» t»e Repaired.
Til® freight steamer Wvunoke <if the
Morgan Line, built by the Harlan Hol
lingsworth Company, will lie brought to
this city shortly for a complete overhauling.
Her wheels will be repaired and a new en
gine put in position.
and
11.*
A llungiy T runip.
Just before noon to-day a hungry tramp
entered a dwelling on Church street am
h Iped himself to the dinner there spread,
notwithstanding the protests of the woman
of the house. An officer was sent for and
the fellow taken to the Hall.
12.30
I n founded ICuiuor.
Ever since the election of Frank Smith
Coroner, there has been a report that he
int tided quitting the cigar and tobacco
Mr. Smith siuti-d this morning
truth in the rumor.
business.
t bat there was
AT TUF. OPERA HOUSE.
"Hazel Kirlce," one of the strongest
emotional pieces on the stage, will be played
ai the Opera House on Monday night next.
The piece will be produced by the Madison
Square Theatre Company with the the same
«•a&t and scenery which lias been so _ _
ful throughout the United States. The box
office will be open for the sale of tickets to
rrow.
6
W. J. Florence and wife will apjH'ur iu
the " Mighty Dollar," to-morrow evening.
Tiie play has been on the boards for several
years and lias met with great sue cess. Tiie
life at the Capitol and
tak«*
*atly presented. Florence ap
pears in a number of songs in which he bus
met with a hearty reception, while Mrs.
Florence is too well known to be necessary
to present to the public.
The "Danites" will be here Wednesday,
December Id, under the management of
Palmer «& Uliner. The title role is taken by
L-zzie May Clmer and her impersonation is
well spoken of by th*; p
The piece is taken from the scenes among
the California mines. The J [aver hill Treu
says: A strong, picturesque play, with
pleasant lights aud sombre shadows, is the
"Danites," aud it requires an aide company
to do it justice. Such a company appeared
at the City Hail last evening, under the
management of Fulmer and Clmer and gave
u satisfactory and effective performance,
When the curtain went down on the last
act there were cries of ''come again."
fro
are very
s everywhere
PLItSONAL.
Joseph L. Carpenter moved into his hand
some new residence on Harrison street yes
terday.
Daniel Ross and Department Commander
Wainright, of this city, visited General Tor
bett Post, G. A. R., of Dover, last evening.
T. B. BrUon leaves to-day for a week of
«lurk shooting along the Susquehanna, and
Messrs. John Turner and John Mahoney are
wading around the low lands of the Elk j
liver.
CITY ITEMS
C'bai. H. Vary, Phila. Messenger, 603 Market.
•»otterley A Uo.. Photographers. 302 Market st
A mil lino of Hcator», Krcro». lleatin* :
Btovcp. Cooking Stoves, Former's Hollers, etc.,
Rhoen's liuater. Range and Stove liouse, |
200 to 213 Shipley street. |
Bricks, Orates and Ropalrs constantly on !
I land at Slioon's llontor, Kang« and 3 toy«
Hoow, aw to îUShlploy ptroet.
Shoon'« Heat or, Range and Store Houj«, li
«-«mnecUxl with t'ao telophone exchange. All
orders will r**ef»v prompt sttenMea.
Ot UM«t to TroTolon.
f Baltimore Bnn.l
la the aalt of William A. Pennington
against the Philadelphia, WilmlDgton and
Baltimore Railroad Company for damage«
for reluslng a limited ticket which had ex
pired, the jury, under instruction« from the
court, brought in a verdict for the railroad
company. Pennington, who wui an em
ploye of the Northern Central Railroad
Company, had bought a round trip ticket
from Baltimore to Pcrryinan«vtllc, limited
as to tlm«, and was on his return tho day
after the limit had expired. The conductor
refused to accept the ticket, and Penning
ton had to purchase another. No violence
or Ill-usage was alleged, and on the ques
tion of law Involved J udge Fisher Instructed
the Jury that Pennington wu not entitled to
travel on the ticket after the expiration ol
the time limited on It, and was therefore
not entitled to damage.
Btfiu
Taken to New Castle.
Nine of the truini» who were arreated at
work, last evening, were removed
Castle this afternoon by Chief
Hawkins, being committed for 120 days.
The others were discharged.
l*eter Springer*» Successor.
At a caucus of the Republican member»
of City Council, last evening, Samuel Chad
wick was »elected to succeed Peter Springer
as batten nuu and lineman of the fire alarm
telegraph system.
to
: w
all
THE HAILItOAB*.
A Local Time Table With the LotoM
Correction».
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
PHI I. A.— 2.00*— 2.23* — 6.3'>—<1.56 7.00t— T.60
—«.lot—*19—0.091—0.891— O.Mt—10.30—11.63 a.
m12.00f m:—12.16— 13.8»— 1.63-2 » ;-4.00
6.17*—6.30f—#1.10—6.38*—-7.26—7.30*—0.56*ptn.—
Nbw York — 2.00*—2.22*—6.30—7.60— 9.60—
11.63 a. m— I3.ÎI» —1.62—6.17*—6.3$*—7.28 p.m.
* BALTIMORE—1.05*—1.42*—1.61*— 8.05* — V.17
.—12.20 -1.00—l.Ott—6.00— «.00—«.67
M
of
KST
\
ft.
amt
10.00 a.
11.04* p. m.
Wajbhiwotok— 1.42*—4.61*—K.0A—V.17 a. m;
— Y 00— l.OO— «.67— 11.04* p. tn.
HaLTIMOKB AUD 1NTBKMRIHAT» STATION*—
1.06*—0.17 10.00 a. tn;—1.00—6.00 p. rn.
* Trains runnlug both daily and Sunday.
tTralns running only on Sunday.
J Connect at Gray's Ferry for old depot,
liroad and Washington avenue.
Dklawauv Railroad— 6.00*—2.10 a. m;— 1.06
—C.00*—0.261 p. uj. No Sunday trains.
* For New Castle only
t For Harrington and Intermediate stations.
Wilminotok Jl Northkun railroad— 7.47 a.
side
In
m:—1.05—6.00—6.30 p. in. Un Sunday for
Heading aud St. Peter—8.10 a. tn.
Drlawaub WitaTRHR Railroad— 7.08—10.30
. Sunday train» 10.30 a. tn—6.00
a.m;-S.:io r .
r. m.
TRAINS ABRI V L AT vv l LaM.1 NtlT't >N FROM
Flit t.ADKLVHl A—12.60—1.00—1.32*—4.47*—7.46
8.02*—V.12—0.06—10. lüf—1 1.56—12.36 a. ru;—12.60
-1.07 —2.30f —2.60— 4.:;5— 4.66— 6.40-6.63— 6.Ä
—6.4.V—7.36t—7.66—M.60-— 10.3» —10.68 p. rn.
NlW Y ORK—1.82*—4.47*—8.021—9.12 h. u.:
12.60—1.07 —4.66—6.48*—10.68 \>. ifl.
Baltimore— 1.61*—2.16*—0.34—v.M—11.43 a.
ru: —12.30—1.60—6.11*— Ä.30*— 7.24—9.40* I». Tn.
Wahhimotom—L 6i *— i 16-1L4I». ua;—12.38
—1.60—6 11*—6.30*—7.24—0.40* p. m.
* Both dally and Sunday.
Sunday only.
IFLAWARE RAILROAD—8.6*>—liJ.16*a.m;—16.06
—6.0»*— 6.05 p. tn. Sunday trains.
• From New UastJ» only.
W iLMtMOTOM &. Northern railroad— f.25—
8.40—11.36 a. in—6.40 j). m. On Sunday from
He idiug nnd St Peter at 7 10 n. m.
lUtLAW lKB Wkhtkrm H ailroa d— 8.00 a. a. ;—
V.18 p. m. Sunday tnuas w.io a. m.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FOB WILMINGTON
PuiLAt'Ei.pnrA New Broad Street Intro
12.80*—3.66*—6.30—7.23*—8.00—6.21—8.:*6t—U.16
12.23—1.321—1.32—3.16—
6.66— 6.06 t — 6.36 —8.30*
2
to
r
K
-li.33— 11.60 H. in;—
4.02— 4.26— 6.06— 6.V0
—0.30—10.00—11.32* D.
Hkoad
-10.15a.

WA»mNOTON AYKNUK—6.30—8.00
1.30—3.10—4.30—6.U p. in.
CaSTLK— 8.33—10.0)—11.46 U. m
.—4.42—
6.42 p. in.
• Dally and Sunday,
t On Sunaa) on hr_
'fV'I'h® black Usures denote the I United
ICijiroH* trains.
OUK MAILS
Tlielr Arrival and Departure, Taking
Effect July !»t, 18X2.
The Post Office In tht? city will be open dally,
except Sunday, from fi.'.io a. m. to w p. i~
PrtYuto hoxu* an-ncce*r;Mu until 11p.m. t_
Sundays open from 8.30 to 9 30 a. ir.. Private
boxes accessible from ö to 8 p. in. Tho whole
sale stamp window will doso at 6.30 p. m. The
money order etllca will close at O.oe p. in.
follows ;
Thirty
sll
iy
ii,
I h<
.
fb V
Rlv*
with
!..
MAILS CLOAK
NORTH.
A Northern Hallroad to F.eadlng
tho Baltimore Contrai south
Wtlmlng
Fa., and i»<
of Dhadd's
Philadelphia <*i
Philadelphia a
York, Penury Ivan ;

d pouch, 8.30 a. in.
a aud polnu
Delaware Western Katlroad to Lande ti berg,
Philadelphia, New Y'ork city, Pennsylvania
d New Jersey. ILL) a. m.
PUilatielphia, N
and west, 1.Ï
PhllO'lelphla, Now York
N
A
,) 41
*' t ! '
*1 all pointe east '
k nines, cloged I
il points
p. n
• 1«
and
, 4.40 p. m.
«•II.
Philadelphia
pouches', u.
Pennsylvania w«*n ot Lancaster,
points worn and
All poiuts north,
Now Y«
u «b
«.!'
:
ul all
t.
, west and »«juth west, |
11.*
r
i
All IftOulslana is set. t west
copt N
which Is scut south on through mails.
Orleans j
SOUTH.
altii
Washington
All points oi
Suppiciaer.lary mall for tho Peninsula. «.00
d way m:
<1 all p
its south, 7.4 j m. in.
• the Peninsula. 8.30 a
I
T
Hultlmoro, Washington and all points .outb,
12.30 p. m.
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elkton and
Havre <le Groce, 12 30 ]». in.
Point» on HalMmort <Central, between Pol i de
Posit. Northeast. • *»*! Chadd's Ford.12 30 p. in.
Haiti more and Hay Line steam
Peninsula n«;rth ol tlarringt«in. Ineluding
Delaware City and St. (loo
Baltimore, cl
Haiti more, W
he
, 4.40 p. in.
dlilo
*' s
iblngtiF
und all point»Routh
box
to
11.00 p. III.
MAILS ARR1VK
Wilmmgt-j
R«AT>r V-IR DBL1VKI T.
Northern Kallioad,
6 30 p. m.
New York. Philadelphia, Wat hin <ton
York ami p<ilnts
Fro
and ail other t/hints, 3.3o p. m.
Prom Philadelphia, New
Mi
north, cant and
J
way mail fro
Peninsula and all north of llarrin? ton
Philadelphia, 8.1k) n.m.
iu
Tiie
and
Halttuiorc
Haiti more, 1
Peninsula ir.
Plkli.ulelphiu,
-1 east. 1 p. m.
Froi
<1 way mall, 9.6b a. m,
30 p. m.
11,12.30 p.m.
w York and points
Haltlmoro, Washington an«l points
I
Nc
north u
From
south. ;
ap
bus
Mrs.
of
by
is
P*
Treu
with
the
the
gave
newton.-A t hi* late
last

Railroad, 2 . 20 p.m.
Philadelphia, New York and points
d cast. 6
lialtlir.
U *ou lli
r
l
north
Fro
Util
Carriers dellv
eral; 10.C} a. iu.
niai.

iD
Washington and points
t. 6.40 t>. tn.
as follows : 6.30 a. m.. gon
, partial; 1.30 p. m., general; 4.0o
«
hi
«treet bo
«arrière at 6.30 and lu.'Xia.
An ad.Ütional collection
all bt
made by tho
Collections fro
in. .1.-50 and 4.
will bo
adc at 7.30
Jefferson
ir and Thirteenth streets
full eolle«;i
all
botwe«
. fr«»
tiard and XV
inclusive. On Hunday
made at 6.00 p.
delivery should be deposited In tho P
minutes before the h<
fr
will b«
Local lutter» for carriers'
Office
of delivery.
W . Y. SWHMH-rrr. Postmaster.
DEATHS.
, Bloomil'-l-i,
XU
St.
..lay.
he
rg'
-1 nh
«r Invited
Th«- relut I
attend
, 11th lust., ut 2
crul Momiav ;
the
ovjoek.
hand
yes
Tor
of
and
are
Elk j
ILSON'o
W
UNDERTAKING ROOMS, j
61« KING STREET.
Connected with Telepht
F.xchangv.
Call - -
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON,
KONKRAL IMRKCTOB.
2-12-14
POaiTIVEOUKE
without .medicine:» :
ALLAN'S SOLUBLE MEDICATED BOUGIES ■
Market.
st
lleatin* : N'>. I will ai,
etc., -\7* - ,
liouse, | "ÿrnalïljiïw'fïf clfch«, copaiba
| of sandal woo*!, that arc certain to produce dys- i
on ! pepsla by «iestreylug the coatings of the stomach.
toy« l'rlc«, ll.sn. hol<U>> all druggist« or
'l£ r P»« 1 '" 1 *"
li ' ' ' i f- in rn
All ''• AU ' a * 1 CO.,
lanlft »4 John »tr*et, Nsw Vo
Patented, October lflth, 1878.
e box of—
;
: In four «lays
most obetluate
any c
c tb
Oil
Ud j

I
;
rvmuc KASJC».
pPBLIC SALE
STIDHAM & SON 'S
AT
Tho
; curjr
mild
. r
l«dk?L'd^a'u*lt?èa!dd"vvîtSTi-fîîïïh kc" amt coau
Btfiu winder»; a Urge a»*ortu»eut or Hoger» every
Knives, Forks and BpSonsx* large assortment.of .
presented to the perinm purchasing the highest noon
lof goods at ih«tMiuril«Y nlgl«t'j. tie. gale.
I- w. STIDHAM ft «>*,
fair
41 > a
the
In
in
AUCTION ItOOM. NO. Ill E. FOURTH ST..
Friday and Saturday night* at 7 o'clock.
derA-St
ADMINISTRATOR^ SALE
REAL ESTATE
Saturday, December !*th
At 8 o'clock, p.
'82,
!.. «»n tin* prsmli
, No. 3uu East Fifth
SOX» ! feet. For terms
THOMAS H. LALLT,
». II. N., C. T. A.
of Mary M. Unrated. docoased.
The two-story brick bo
•t, wilh five room»; l<
all
lii«|titrr of
Administrât«
il«c7-2t3*
«ALU & C O. a
M
IURT -
PUBLIC SALE
of »TOCRF, HONDN LOAN» an<l REAL
KST ATF. attfmll »»* - Hullfltnjr. (>1 •*.' k . 1 ' Vu 1
Hlxih ana S«' von Ih Ht:t. ) »Aft KDAY, Ukt EM*
HER B. DS2, atSoVlfwk. p. m., sharp.
1. Two lot* north »Woof Elgith street, «»reel
trom Harrison street, earn 2UH« feet.
2. Thirteen lots on westerlT -Me M Heald
street ai>»l northerly sblo of 'IhlrU*enUi »treat,
\ »lions fYotil» and al! H'', feet «teer
:t. Three-»!ory tm-k itweflnjr, t*
■tr.eU « r.ifims and »Ue<t klt.tn u; lot I4xs-t ton
ft. aller
4. Tw<* Ihrce-sto .
amt 'K 7 Poplar »tritt, eaeh 7
. Thre
TO
,r»ek dwellings. No .
; lot» HiKi ami
IKI»w
brick dwelling,
'*ry pro
location.
•<
south
I :
•k d'
». T
•ott and Lin
side or 1 4.x.
coin t>ir*<-t»,
For terms
I
•rtn
ii-li lfix 100 Det.
Ini!».

d advertised
a uu I
Add
til Friday noon, tin* Mb.
hkaldai
Seventh ami Marketat
In papers
dec.V4t
jpXF.CUTOR'8 BALK
REAL ESTATE.
4>r of Margaret Cur
tin
Ilium Jl Sun, No. 1
The Mil»
»Midie sale,
cd, » 111 »4-11 !
r !.. w. *
E.
F«-iirtli street, on
WEDNESDAY, DEC. V\, 1882,
at 'J o'clock, p. in.,
The following re d «»talc, »Itnate In the city of
Wilmington, Delà«
No. 1. Tlir4-4- frai
2 In. front l>yft. ft
(.Irani street (til ran I s
to Tatnull and between I
No. 2. One til
Knot SU tli h
1.4 i.n.n.Mort.
houses
south »ld4- 4lf
«rap « ,
t running fro
..glitli am! Ninth sts.,
- lirii'k .«willing. No. 4« .7
t, eon till
flot 15 ti. front 1
l»:ith
tilnr ri
71 ft. 4|.-.-ji
ii'lllitg. No.
i.ofu*. hath ami
l.y 7y ft. 2 In.
gas.
No. 3.
Poplar atnt'1. containing
. Size of lot about I» ft iro
;na
« '1
thn-i -story hi
I
r
aerp.
No. 4. One Hi
brick dwelling No.TW
'iitiiliiing eight r<H
is ft. front F»v ft
tlirc4--story hrh- 1
»ms. hath nm
. 2 In. «le. p.
dwelling. No
Poplar »tre«
Size .if I
g»».
N... r,. «
Ho * Hnrrt
bdng 12
•tit by no it
. Ir.
•oil«.; 2
K r
Itlve Ui I
;■
r •••«! l«»eatlon»,aiid
above pr.iiKi th - »r«
it a Jin opportunity
r»on* looking for h«>i
»tale. Term» at sah
«lar» Inquire of l.ore A F.n
D. Jt. ( l HL KIT, K
I
.
hah- pu
Fur furlli.'i
« Mi
!»»•
arti. -
• I
C
ut
Best
(Jutllnn,
I
yUBLIC SALE
Co
it mtUUt* »»te, ut the
ir Wilmington, Del.,
The MthscrilM r will :■
An«« ,ilne i»up«T mill».
'II
Bran.
< 'orr
TUESDAY, DKUEYinr.H 19111,
nt 3U«»'clock, a. in..
Corn
« '
together with
yÎii« I
Thirty head of tlrst el
sll the
ir«<
-hli
••art«
»»rime
New
UAY,
I
ock I» all
iy »obi, mh the *i'Yi
ii, the railroad to their
. «
I h<
cl
I
rill being u*.
.
fb V •
ii all
will
KUM
•r k
d 1«
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TUB COLD WAVE.
Tho Temperate** Throughout tho Country
ICapIdly rolling.
About 8 o'clock thin morning tho mer
curjr began to crawl »loan the tube, the
mild atmosphere became chilly, the aky
clouded up, the wind began blowing, over
coau were buttoned »nd I ne« iriy
every one wen expressed the bellet or made
. assertion that ''it'» trow lug colder.
mÆi"« t'-nfometef.tood at
noon at •»«, wun lue wn k
gale.
Tln , to j| cat | on , thl* morning were :
For New Kurland an«l the Middle State»,
fair weather, followed by much colder,
cloudy weather and oecahional »now, north
west to southwest winds, falliug followed by
rising barometer.
Later advices irom Washington states that
> a cold wave Is moving slowly to the east
ward and extends over the districts of Ohio,
the Mississippi valley and the lake region.
The indications are that very cold and fair
weather will prevail in New England and
South Atlantic States during Friday. .
reported trom the gulf j in
and South Atlantia States snd iiffht snow»
are*reported from New England, tha lake
region and northern portion» of the Middle
States.
Dispatches are also reoclved from other
points as follow» :
Watkuauut, Conn., Dec. 7.—Snowing
and blowing very hard here.
Chicago, Dec. 7.—Intensely cold weather
prevails thioughout the Northwest this
morning. Drifting snow storms
general during the night lu Wisconsin, Min
nesota and Dakota. At Sioux Falls, Iowa,
the mercury fell to 15 degrees below aero.
In l'eoria it was M degrees below aero, and
in Davenport 12 degree* below.
The thermometer here this morning in
dicated a temperature of Ö degrees below
aero.
Indianapolis, Ind.. Dec. 7.—This is the
coldest day. of the season, w ith the ther
mometer 5 degrees below aero.
Buffalo, N. Y.. Dec. 7 — It Is blowing
Kurd and the weather is very cold.
us
hands,
best
wc
once
cheap
want
how
ing
mind
SO.
Local rain, are
but
in
still
•ran
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EGYPTIAN AFFAIR».
Cabinet
Déliant Rebai» In Court — A
Change.
Cairo, Dec. 7.—Toulha Pasha and several
other confederates ot Arab! Pasha to-day
pleaded guilty of rebellion. Their attitude
during the examination was bold and
defiant. Other charges against them were
withdrawn. Kiaz Pasha has resigned and
Nubar Pasha will enter the cubluet.
I .oui» Rlanc'a Will.
Pari», Dec. 7.—Louis Blanc'» will was
made public to-day. He request* u civil
interment, and lieqiieaths hia library to the
city of Paris. A grand radical dcinoiiBtra
Liou is cxjx-cted at hi» funeral.
to
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THIS CUT Y MAKKETH.
I.oexl qoutatloii« Corrected Dully In the
Hlree* Sltrkal. -
FLOUR KTO.
The William Lra k
ÖtfNH COMl-ANT, HRAHDYWIMB MILLS—
wholesale,
fit Sun's 'Bent' Holler
" " je wu
6 75
6 v&
6 UU
6 26
4 00
U')rkk<tkd Daily
retail,
Patent
$7 40
FI.«UR PKR BAR L.
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Klrk'voiMl Holler <4roun,1.
Ui I (hvt lental
Supertine
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> 60
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6 75
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per ton.
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Best ship stuil.
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IS
per hundred.
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34.60
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meal, white.
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1
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82
GRAIN.
per bushel.
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»»rime lona-berry wheat.
New dry
UAY, lTitRD,
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Sirloin steaks per pound.2u O 26
Hump st«o*k* {.of )»oun«l..
Hound steaks p
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lihurk roa*i per pound
Stewing pin
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Kidney fat,i
Lamb chop», per pound.,
nib row. t/.per pound.,
dutton chops, per pound
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VROKTAHLKH.
) Potatoes, por hall peck.Id
Sweet potatoes, pel half pock
I'oniaious, p«r half jieck....*.
1 Ua-bbuge, per head.
Turnips, per half peck.
Celery, jmt hun«-h.
.10 Q
.16
.20
.5
.12
.6
New York MnrkeU.
Nr.w York, Dec. 7.—Flour dull; Nu.2Stato,
: 92.36a93.6A); superfine- do., 93.25a93.75.
Wheat No. 2 re«l winter, 9L08a1.08^4 cash;
! do. January.
Corn, No. 2 December year, 73%a73 7 /,; ; do.
January. ofiuOc 1 ^.
I luts, Nu 2. 43u43% cash and December.
Rye. dull; Western.teuTOK.
ltarley. linn ; ono bright Canada, $1.02,
Pork, dull.
, Lard. 912.20al2.60 cash ; $10.K)a10.95 January.
H/.ttcr, firm; creamery fancy, 38a3W ; Western,
Sugar, ruw centrifugal, 7>£a8V£; Mavinda
;
j Egg*, firm ; State, 30a31
:
22a3U.
.. N KCKWEAK
> New Y orte novelties In spring at
. PKICKM
ul summer
alwavs
Nevkwear lor
« orreet.
I
SHIRTS !
Onr One Dollar Hhlrt has a reputation for
oeliuucc uucqualleil In this city.
MEN'8 FURNISHING GOODS.
i
A Cull line of everything belonging to the
•jibcies.
WM. B. COLE.
j 202 MARKET STREET
Ct.OTttTNtl.
ALMOST UPON US.
. .. .« . .
j in to consideration just now,
The holidays always leave
us with tire dull season on our
hands, and we must do our
best la reduce our stock whije
HtJve customers. Some one
said that " Nothing is
wc
once
cheap at half-price if you don't
want it, " hut if you do want it,
how then 1 So it is with cloth
ing ; wc want to sell it ? and do
If you have any idea of
making a purchase bear in
mind that we don't take cost
SO.
but have made such reductions
every department as will
convince you that we are in
Our entire stock is
in
earnest.
still in splendid condition. The
breaks and sizes have been
filled up, and wc can still
please you a little better than
ever, especially in price.
J. T. MULLIN & SON,
CLOTHIERS
ANÜ
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Sixth and Market.
oettl-tU-tf-M
Large
per
BEST FITTING
GARMENTS.
OAK
It is conceded that the best
fitting Clothing is sold by the
Wilmington Clothing House,
Fourth and Market streets,
and this fall we have tried to
perfect every garment, and to
day we assert that our garments
have no superior as to fit, while
our former jmtrons can attest
to the quality. Just step in and
try one of our 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
price. We make this statement,
although we make to order suits
as low as Eighteen Dollars, but
more of our custom work is
lrom Thirty to Fifty Dollars a
suit ; because wc are 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 our FIFTEEN
DOLLAR OVERCOAT ; these
are special bargains.
year
it
bought
read,
ble
at
thin
exact
the
as
The
save
cot
is
him.
st
and
the
for
lic
by
Sun
it
all
of
notabl
Jno. XV. Diefendohf & Co.
Fourth and Market Sts.
vthmg we prnduce
"ST. Nicholas I» above
; line.' — "LondonTime»."
ii
the
V^T. NICHOLAS
—roii—
YOUNG FOLKS.
d wholesome
Parents who cire entertaining
■ailing for their « hlbln-n, and young folks who
»int» travel and adventure, historical
, »toi .picture*, hoiistdndd aimi.ement
•1 harmlcMS . will fln«l tlii-se In «T. N
k, which I* «■ eognl/.i (I by the pre
of both England and America,
mu d inuguziiii- Tor «dilldri n e
in* w vol
n umher,
will he
tcntloi
I» Invited to
I publie
the beat and
ver printed. The
ith file November
e, which beg
id «.JM lib with
*.h the It
a colored I'rontl.splee«-,
and the at
1 liar, ut* an«l all rea«ling young folks
the following partial list of attrac
IhMied,
of nil
•ThkTinkham HllOTlIRRS' TtDK-M
A n«*w serial story bv J. T. Trowtirl«lgc,f«»rmer
ly editor «*f "Our Youag Folks, " and uuthorof
' The Ja« k lluzarit Stories, " etc.
"Tiik Story or Vitrait.**
An historical novelette of girl and hoy life In
the Hit 11 century. By Frank It. Stockton,f**iucr
ly editor of "St. Nicholas,'' author of
"Itudder (»range, '' etc.
"TiikStory or Borin Hood.''
An account of the famous yeoinan. Ky Maurice
'i'koui|)s«in, author «if "The \V Itelicry of Arcliury.''
"The htohy of thr Field ok tub C'LOTii-or
(lOLI). ''
By F.. S. Brooks. To he illustrated with many
remarkable pictures.
"A Brand Nkw Notion."
A capital and novel play. By XYtlllam M.
Baker, author of "Ills Majesty, Myself, " etc.
"Swept away."
A serial story of the MI»sH*tppl flood» af 1882.
by E. ti. Kills,formwrly editor oi "Uobh u Days."
"Elizaiiktk Thompson."
A blographh-al paper reg
painter ofhnttl«* «Ma-ne*. Illustrated with plclares
prepared for "»t. Nicholas" by Miss Thompsan.
•'Where Was VilliersV"
f story of the Kusso-'l'urklsh war. By
orbe», XVar-l'orrespondent.
"Tiik Boy at the White House."
An account or t litt life of "Ta«l" Lincoln. By
Noah Brook», author of "The f.oy Emigrants."
cash;
do.
•ling this reh-hrated
A tlirlllh,
Archibald
"COMEDIES FOR CHILDREN."
A fine series of Juvenile plav». By E. S.
Brook», author of 'tehe Land of Nod, " etc., and
Including A Christina» Ma»«|uc :
•Tin; False Sir hanta Claus."
Prepared expressly for holiday limes.
Titer* will he »'<ort stories by Louisa M. Al
'• many other well-known writers for
folks ; paper» on home duties ami récréa*
Hont, out-dour sport», o4*cupati«n and Instruction
for bova and girls, with popular features aud de
part meat».
Price, 13.00a year; 25 cents a
cott,
'-cr. Sub
l-lptlomi shoulil begin with the November num
ber. The succecillug l»»uv, 'The Weuderful
Chrt.Htiua» Number," will have also a colored
frontlst'Jecc aud many unusal attractions.
the
The CENTURY CO., New Yoe«, N.Y.
nor 13-It
WA» AM AK KH « 11*0 HW.
ly
\
of
Bargain Four.
A Sharp Mark
Down.
is
it,
do
of
in
A first-class New England
woolen mill made for us a lot
of heavy all-wool fancy-back
overcoatings. Honest stuft' as
ever came from a loom. We
have them in Boys' Overcoats
at $11. They are worth it to
day. But to-day's bargains is
not ready, so down they go—
the 115 still in stock—3o $8.50.
Sheer recklessness this 1 It
would be were we not under
promise lor a real live bargain
every day. This is the
in
is
still
DECEMBER BARGAIN
BULLETIN.
December 5, No. 1—654
Men's Heavy Overcoats, $10.
December 6, No.
Men's Heavy Suits, $12.
December 7, No. 3—50
Small Boys' Overcoats, $5.
December 7, No. 3—163
Small Boys' Overcoats, $4.
December 8, No. 4—115
Large Boys' Overcoats, $8.50.
Average reduction over 30
per cent.
2—279
Wanamakek & Brown.
OAK IIaLL, Mlxth and Market Streets,
PHILADELPHIA.
best
the
to
to
in
the
a
to
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OOMUBKMIDNai.,
To-Day's Proer«Uln K s hi N|i| i )
... oI Representative«
AS1I1HOTON, Dec. 7 _ ]
Stuto* Senate tn-üuy, ti ,.
the Journal, a number « t « . '
ly eltiaen. of Who.,,. , '
\ ork, Kansas und nth. I
tented, urging an in,,
of one-armed and on
Anthony, froi
Printing, reported :i bu \ , jj„
resolution for priming th.-'l
report. The substitute calls tV/j*,
of the report und aecomnan
which will make aliogetlif r
cost upwards ol 927,01 mi.
fered an
if
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Mr
the (
»Hihlttec «.
jolii
is
It
\il doc u:ne
Mr. s ,
pud ment b, print ;
of the report alone lor Iminnih
lion. This woe adopt.nl
Mr. Vest offered » renduUm, v
Secretary of the Interior i-.ti.m-r,
of any contract entern! hrj
looting Yellowstone Nat.oiul l'.uk nr •
part thereof to » company with ti„. '
.if building a l.ot.1, tretilng ti'loiraU ,'
runnhiK .u K c. ...a other liil-.riuatlin
Fard to til. condition und to,,,,,."
the park. Adopted. *
Mr. Blair (rave notice that he would mn
to recoii.lder the vote by which Mr h ti
moluilou culling lur a d. tailed rùv ul "
of inaltéré relntim; to the |*u»lon roll w
paie.,.1. He .lull'll that the ih tired i„ t .
matloH would embarraM the hu, n„
pension office.
Mr. Beck'*
! :
''I 1 * 1
u
ol
*olui ions calling fur t
veailgatluu by the Judiciary
lake
« IlilllltiVC
'Miiiicnts w
a vote I
non
Beck us'ed 1<
upaiHl !
»• Mr. Ihle m
ho had no objection to this tW Li <>t , t , v ,.,
gattuu but desired that it should i„- „„
much more comprchcubivc. n,.
oll« red u »übst it tit« to Investigate ilmniuir
the conduct ol la*t catnpaiini l.y both r
tics. Ainon|r other thing» tin- miimIi,
calls for information in regard to
lions received by the l)i
from whisky dealers and brewi-r.-.
Mr. Hale waa pnHeeding to mak
speceh in support oi hi» subhliiuie v,
Mr. Harns »ugge»teü that tie
printed und the matter laid over until
tnonow. Agreed to.
30
i.t rij
•raii
Mill!
Mll.atitU
IIOI'SP. OP Itmnisr.NTATlVi:-.
In the House Dfcombtr 13 w.
agreed upon for the conridcmtEii «,!
fixing the length ot terms ot (.'uliecti
Internal Revenues und limitin g tin*
j» iiMition of guager
farmer» to tiring wheat to mill on
American side lm* of duty.
Mr. Harkell present d a petition fro
number of M<
Kdinuiulb' bill ot the* lust êe^ieii u.-1.
to be entirely inadequate, as the .Mm
vote at the lust election wn*. tin* larged
many years, the law having only pruvi
gentle irritant in strengthening ti..- o
of the Mormon prie.»! <•
Mr. Ry
tion bill and the House pron nled to it.
tailed consideration, tie* I 11 apj»r >pri
$5,200,000 being $250,(MK) It-- than
year, und |l,500JH)o I.-,-:, than thei-»titi
ti
•il »lluwllx ( ill,»
or 8 in Utah, having
called up the li.-hm a
All- A I Its IN l»l liUS
The DrvIH and Ileal) Trli
Denial.
al-.-Mr.OTi
Dublin, Dee. 7.-AH ii « ;«•• >
in the piotfCUtiou *-l licaly and Davi
the trials at the Gmnt-in n <.« ii.m
which is presided <»v«
who has long
Crown Pros
Commission
a glowing picture ol tlie Male ol
Dublin.
James O'Kelly, M. i*., vas i
to-day and declared the stuteniei
received f 10,OuO iroai tin; skiiuiif
to be an absolute lie.
bv .!
in li;ir;:nl th- 1
•cuter tin re. II«- c|»n
id judicial «
m r I - l
the
In
for
mis
the
Its
The
the
tho
in
the
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don«
is
the
right
a
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No
Sun
rock
mo
pub
daily
The
ever
is
that
the
best
of
of
dis
will
than
know
of
the
and
cause
for
eomiug
11. said that r.
jy revolutionary !
for him in cuinn-ction
ml
shilling of
with In
by
tion.
rfero.
lot
Will N«
Paris, Dee. 7.—A Fma-.li pup«-r.-tut
Lord Lyons, Briti»ii Amiia-sidor. lus
instructed to inform
that England vill n«»t ii»t«t1crc "
action of the French govt
M. Dm lm, |»r
„•■at
gaaear.
Machine Shop» Bur
Kinohland, N. J . Dec. 7.
uiachiuc shops oi the D«1 tw
waua & Wester
tiro thin
tured.
MCI
'Uill« nui Wil
I.Mfh. t:
orning.
lor Him.
l.ouk On
London, Dec
ah liasikcni-.il Ir*
King of B
and it m believc«l that In "i
lion in Upper Bu
No
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«•a.dii«.
How Ii
The O
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here b
ovcrllow of the Sein* .
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airgra
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of ulcliolU*
m o
drugs, finds wh it sin
"Ihilltv I» destroy®«! •
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D'l'M
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