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COUBT PROCEEDINGS
! Com of Dim n. ronoypMkor Port
ponod-Coo ». EagtlRh, « •!. Bolus
Argned.
Attho oponlng oi court this morning
BonJ. Nlrltls, E«q., counsel for the defence
In the matter of Dawson V«. Pennypacker
A Co., asked that the case be iriren proco
j dencc over two or three other esses, and
tried at the conclusion of the case trying.
IdtTl C. Bird, Esq., for the plaintiff, con
curred In the request, and stated that
there were many witues«cs present from
Minnesota who were staying here to give
Uielr testimony.
Mr. Melds then stated that a similar case
was now pending In the courts of Jersey
Citv. The suit here Involved a matter of
$20,000, and could be tried, be thought, In
two days.
After consideration howerer, it was de
rided to continue the case, a decision In the
matter of costs for this term being re
served.
Thu case of Coe vs. English, et al., was
then resumed, and after a continuance of
the general wrangling and sharp hair split
ting with which the case has been marked,
principally concerning the price and value
of s certain Alderney bull, until 11.4S, Mr.
Fulton opened his plea to the jury on. the
part of the plaintiff. The counsel stated
why the case had been brought in New
Castle county aud then dwelt on the
amount of damages sustained and claimed.
Mr. Fulton spoke until 12.30, and waa
followed by Mr. Ilarrington, who began to
reply to Mr. Felton's reasons for the case
being brought In this county, but waa re
strained after an objection by counsel for
the plaintiff. He spo
taken until 3 o'clock.
During the examination of a wttnea Mr.
Harrington, ill taking an exception to a
ruling of the court, declared that all through
the action the court had Invariably favored
the plaintiff. Judge Wootten at once, and
»cry emphatically, declared that the coart
would not allow such an Imputation to be
east upon It, aud the dignity of the bench
woald be sustained.
m;—
11.S3
10.00
11.04*
W
—1
*
I
*
t
a.
p.
8 .
ke mill I a recees was
THE SANDERS JURY.
How it Stood and the Pointa
Dlaagi eed.
The jury in the case of J&mc* A. Sander*
vj. Philip R. Clark, Sheriff, which was dis
charged last evening, being unable to
agree, aud stand lug 6 to 5, had a very diffi
cult time and quite a varied experience in
it* efforts to arrive at a verdict. The five
jurymen were, from the first, in favor of
awarding Mr. Sanders $20,000, aud so stood
out to the end. The other six were at
first In favor of allowing Sander« nothing,
but afterwards agreed to compromise by
allowing the plaintiff the $4,000 still re
maining in the Sheriff's bauds and of the
result of the sale, but would conseut to
nothing more. Ou this the jury split, aud
it is probable that they would not have
agreed if kept locked up until doomsday.
It Is rumored that the colored jr.r'V, ""
being asked if he understood the case, after
the jury had retired, answered, "Oh, yes,
Mr. Clark is suing Mr. Sunders tor $5,000.
A Row Over a Will.
A Milforn exchange say* : On Wednesday
morning last the heirs of Mrs. Rachel
Lofland assembled at the residence of Mr.
Peter L. Lofland to listen to the reading of
her last will and testiment. Mr. Joseph S.
Truitt wrote the will and had ?t in his
possession. After reading, it was found that
Mrs. Sallie A. Lofland was leit $300 and a
part of the household. Frank Lofland
left 81,000 and the residue was left to be
divided equal between John and Mark (».
Lofland. The »»state is worth about $2,500.
Mrs. Lofland was not satisfied with the will
and stepping up to Mr. Truitt, who had just
finished reading it, she snatched it from liis
hamls, tore it up ami thrust it in the fire
before she could be prevented from so doing.
Every person was surprised and they knew
not what to do. Mr. Truitt went home and
there he found another will which Mrs.
Lofland made in 187*4,and which is witnessed
by the same parties. This will leaves Mrs.
S. A. Lofland $150 and the balance to be
divided e»jually between the three *ons.
Which It
131 llfortt Chronicle.]
Tho Cedar Creek Constable has had a
ther amusing experience w ith some par
ties iu 8tibsex, from
collect rent. After levying
and personal, he kept a look-out for its
whereabouts. Oa r day he missed the hogs
In the sty. He wa* Informed that when he
"levied on those hogs they were hogs, but!
when those hogs had their throats cut th«»y (
are not hoys, so they ha»l possession at'«! i
were going to keep it." As the partie* did
l had cooked and used !
rhom he was trying to
all the goods
j
i
!
:
;
;
1
I
i
lia ve possession
part of the meat, they had the constable
' in a hole."
HAZLL K1KK1-: !
How oft our hearts are strangely stirred,
A simple IJ^w'r or earnest wurtl
Zeal-given by kind, thoughtful friend.
Effect* it* mission—a gods»'n«l—
Life-long is felt it* loving work.
Kind friends, we had this thought iu view
lo presenting this play to-night lor you.
Right well its theme, so pure ami clear,
Keep* charming ull who see and h«»ar
Emotion true in HAZEL KIKKE.
The Langtry- L» bouchere Trouble.
Washington, Dee. 8.—Mr*. I.aboucherc
is still stopping at the Arlington Hotel. She
decliues to be interviewed regarding her
rupture with Mr«. Langtry und Sergeant
Ballautyne's statement that it was iu bad
form lor lier to pretend to be Mr*. Langtry's
ten tor a* to deportment. Mr. Fowler,
Mr*. Labouchere's escort, declares that the
M.fle cause of the separation of tho two
ladies was that Mrs. Laboucbere did not
approve of some of Mr*. Langtry's New
York Intfhiates.
A Child Serhutftly Burned. \
...... .. iw
Lizzie Maloney, aged .> years, a daughter
of Patrick Maloney, living at Riddle's!
Bunk«, set fire to her clothing this morning '
while playing w ith fire, and was terribly !
burned, perhaps fatally. She and her
l»t other were amusing themselves by poking
►ticks iu the kitchen fire. The flames,
which were consuming the child's clothing,
were extinguished by Ir.r father, who, he
ing the little one's cries, hastened to her
assistance.
üieutli of Father Taylor.
Advices received in this city yesterday an
nounced the death oi Rev. Father Taylor,
who formerly lived here, at tit. Vincents
Abbey, Westmoreland county, Pa. He was
stricken with paralysis last summer. Father
Taylor was a member of the Benedictine
order.
Siiudny Papers Delivered.
The cold weather is upon us, but you can
have any New York or Philadelphia paper
published, left promptly at y
Sunday morning, by leaving orders with 0.
A. Davis, 608 Market street, up to 12 o'clock
to-night.
Remember next Monday will be the only
bailee this season to witness''Hazel Kirkc.
The Kallroad War.
New York, Dec. 8.—Nothing
coioplished by the managers of the north
western railroads at the meeting at the
Windsor Hotel this morning, and the con
ference was adjourned till 10.30 a. ra. to
m»/rro w.
door every
C'ITW 1TEM8
Largest stock of skates in the city to select
Bros., 214 Market streot.
( 'has. H. Vary, Phil». Messenger,&U8 Market.
•*m t e? ley * (Jo., Photographers. 302 Market st
A full Ilrio or Heaters, Range». Hoatlng
Stoves, Cooking Stoves, Farmer's Boilers, etc.,
Bhoen's Heater, Range and Store House,
■jrj to 213 Shlplcv street.
Weather strips 3 cent? per foot Duncan Bros..
714 Market street.
ifrlcks, Orates and Repairs constantly
hand at Shoen'ft Heater, Range and SI
House, 209te 213Shipley street.
Shoen's Heater, Range and Stove House, 1«
conneetôd with the telephone exchange. All
elve prompt atUntlon.
I ' 1..
from
ut
tove
dors will
I
DU «UUHMDI.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
Phils.— S.U0-— XS3* — e.TO-S.M T.OOJ—T.M
_a.iot-s.t»-«.oot—s.wt-a.Mt-lo.M—H.6J a.
m;— 1 'i.ont »i-iî.ia-ifi.sR—i.tt-xsot—4.00
MT*—Lltff—«.10-4J»*—I.M-T.I0«—»■•»•pm —
Nsw Yoa» — ioo*—a.®*— « jo- 7, so—s. so—
11.S3 a.
of
— I ».88— LM-i.1T*—8.38*-- 7.3« p.m.
Baxtimorji—1.06*—1.42*—4.*!*— 1.06* — *.1T
10.00 a. m.—15.16—1.00—I «OB— 6.00—6.00—6.67—
11.04* p. m.
W AsaumoToif—1.42*—4.61*—0.06—o.li a. mi
—1 00—l.Od—6.67—11.04* p. m.
Baltimoh* and imrmxnmATn oranoim—
1.06*—9.17 10.00 a. mi— 1 . 00 —6.00 p. m.
* Trat n.i
running both dally and Sunday.
♦Train* running only on Sunday.
I Connect at Cray's Ferry fOr old depot,
Broad and Washington avenue.
Dhla.wa.bb Bailboat>— 6 . 00 *—o.io a. m;— 1.06
—6.00*—6.36f p. m. No Sunday trains.
* For New Castle only
t For Harrington and intermediate stations.
Wxluibotom A North aa»i bailboad— 7.47 a.
®;—1.06—6.00—6.60 p. m. On Sunday for
Reading and St. Peter—6.10 a. m.
llBLAWARB WBSTBRH EaILBOAD—7.06—10.30
a. in;—6.30 p. m. Sunday trains 10.80a. m—6.00
p. m. _
TRAINS ARRIVE AT WiLiUlNUTON FROM
PHILADBLTHIA—13.60—1.00—1.83*—4.47*—7.46
8 . 03 *—9.13-9.06—lO.lOf—11.36—12.36 a. m;—12.60
—1.07 —X30f —2.60— 4.36- 4.66- 6.40—6.63-6.2C
—6.46—7Ul6t—7. «6— 9.60—10.86—10.68 p. m.
Nnwr y oak— 1.32*—4.47*—8.02t—0.13 a. m;—
12.60-1.07 —4.65—6.48*—10.68 p. m.
BalTIHORB— 1.61*—2.18*—9.31—9.64—11.43 a.
m:— 18.3U—1.60—6.11*—8.30*—7.24—9.49* V. m.
Waahim«»ton— 1.61*—2.13—11.43a. m;— 19.30
—1.60—4.11 *—3.30*—7.24—9.49* p. in.
• Both daily and Sunday.
Î » in Sunday only.
i ML AWA RB RA ILUOAD—8.
—6.06*—6.06 p. in. No Sunday train a
* From New Castle only.
WlLHlXOTOM A NORTHBRM RAILROA T>—6.25—
8.40—11.85 a. m;—6.40 p. m. On Sunday from
Reading am! St Peter at 7 10 p. m.
Dui.awakb Wihtrum Railroad— 8.00a. m;—
2.16 p. m. Sunday trains 9.10 a. m.;— 6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FOH W1LMINOTON
Philadblpiiia Nrw Broad Strbbt Davor—
12.80*—3.65*—6.30—7.20*—8.00—8.21—8.36f—10.18
—11.30—11.60 a. m;—13.83—1.82f—1.82—3.16—
4.02— 4.26— 6.04- 6.20- 6.66— 6.06f — 6.36 —8.30*
—9.30—10.00—11.32* p. in.
Broad aud W ashihotoh atbnub— 6.30—8.00
-10.16 a. m; —1.30—3.10—4.80—6.16 p. m
NkW Cabtlb— 8.33—10.00—11.46 a. m—4.49
6.49 p. m.
* Dally and Sunday,
t On Sunday only.
60—lU.16*j».m;—I2.u4
*fThe black figures denote the Limited
Exprès« train«.
OUR MAILS
Their Arrival and Departure, Taking
Effect July 1st, 1882.
Tho Post Office In this city will be open daily,
e.Toept Sunday, from 6.30 a. m. to 9 p. m.
Private boxes are accessible until 11 p. m. On
Sundays open Iroin H.30 to 9 30 a. tn. Private
boxes accessible from 6 to 8 p. tn. The whole
sale «ta i;p window will close at 6.30 p. m. The
money order effleo will close at 8.00 p. m.
MA1L8 CLotus Aft FOLLOWS :
»ORTH.
Wilmington &. Northern Kallroad to Beading
Fa., and points on the*Baltimore Central south
of Chadd r * Ford, 7.40a. m.
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.30 a. tn.
Philadelphia and waymaii, 9.00 a. m.
New York, Pennsylvania and points east aud
west, 9. a. in.
Delaware Western Railroad to Landenberg,
10.00 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York city, Peuaaylvanla
and New Jer«ey, 11.60 a. m.
Phlliidehdda, New York and all point« east
and west, 1.
30 p. in.
Philadelphia, Now York and ail point* eo*t
and west, 4.40 p. in.
Philadelphia and New York cities, closed
pouche*, 9.36 p. m.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all
points west and *ouLhwe«t 9.36 p. in.
All points north, east, west and southwest.
11.00 p. Ml.
All Louisiana Is sent west except New Orleans
through malls.
ablch is sent south
BOÜTH.
alttmore and way mail. 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all i>otnts south, 7.40 a. to.
All points or the Piminsula. 8.30 a. in.
Suj>plemenuiry mall for the Peninsula, 9.00
*. m.
Baltimore, WashinKton and all peints south,
1 S .20 p. m.
Newark,
Havro de drue«. 12.30 t>. m.
Points on Baltimore Central, between Pori de
Posit. Northeast and (Jhadd's Ford.12 30 p. m.
Ikultf more and Lay Line steamers, 4.40 n. in.
Peninsula north of Harrington, including
Delaware City and St. Georges, 5.60 p.m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and ail points south
11.00 p. m.
MAIL» A HUI v ■ AND READY FOR DELIVERY.
Wilmington A Northern Kallroad,
pw
Fro
north
i
6.80 p. m.
Frmn New York, PhlladdpUia, Washington
and all oilier points, C/J) p. m.
From Philadelphia, New
north, east and
way
(
York and points
8.3b a. ra.
l! from Philadelphia, 8.30 o. tn.
Erom Peninsula and ull north of Harrington
9.15 a. m.
Baltimore
Baltimore, 12.30 p. in.
From Penin.-mla nut 11,12.30 p. tn.
PUlladelphta, New Y
d way mail, 9.60 a. m.
k and points
1 eau, 1 . i p. tn.
Haltiiuote, Washington and points
south,2.20p. in.
From Delawaro Western l'allroad, 2.20 p. m.
From Philadelphia, Now York and points
north und east, 6.40 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south and southwest. 6.40 p. tn.
Carrier* deliveries as follows : 6.3Û a. ra.. gen
eral; 10.00 a. in., partial; 1.30 p. in., general; 4.00
|>. Ol.. partial.
Collections from street boxes
carriers at 6.30
1 r
made by tho
d lo.oua. in. ,1.3») and 4.00 p. m.
An additional collection will be made ut 7.30
b«;twcen Jefferson aud
p. m. from ull b
Lombard and Water and Thirteenth streets
inclusive. On Sunday a lull collection will he
made at 6.00 t>. m. Loeul letters for carriers*
delivery should be deposited In tho Post Office
minutes before tho hour vl delivery.
W . Y. SWKJDKTT. Postmaster
DKATHN.
NEWTON.-At Id* laU
St. George**, on
to. Newt
dative.« an
the funeral Mom
o'clock.
1-1»
, Bloomfield,
lay. the
Mi
Albe i
• invited to att<
lay a fie
«ou, 11th iUbt., ut 2
•yyriLsoN'o
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
616 KING STREET.
_ ,
Coanecu-d with Telephone Kxchaugo.
Call _
OPEN. ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WIL80N,
Funchal Dihkltor.
2-12-14
rtf OFESH1UA A L VA ttJtS.
IF
J. P. BURWELL
69^WILL REMOVE 1118 OFFICE-«
residence.
To his
NO. 712 WEST STREET,
NOVEMBER THE 18T.
ort3fl-lm-14|
jQUS. J. N. & J. B. IIOBE NS A CK,
afflicted wltl
d MEUl.llKIAI.IZATION should
consult J. N. A .L B. IIOBEN8ACK of 296 N.
d street. PhUadelplila, either by mall
a, duriuK the hour» of 8 a. tu to 2 p. m
Tl
effects of BF.LF- ABUSE
hesitate
., and
Advice t'r
t«. Whosoever should know his
tlltlon und the way to improve it should read
"WISDOM IN A NUT-SHELL."
«ton receipt ot thruc-cent stamp.
•ptl4-l
JOHN C. COLE,
NOTARY PUBLK', AND JUSTICE OF THE
PEACE.
Marls BuHdlng, No. lui W
Hlxth street. Telc
H-i-12-r,
jQANIEL H. FOSTER,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
ROOM NO. 11 EXCHANGE BUILDING,
(Seventh and Market street«.)
WILMINGTON. DEL.
myl -10
ECKWEAR.
New York novelties In aprlnar and tnmmer
Neckwear for men. PRICES always
SHIRTS !
( omet*
Our One Dollar Shirt has a reputation for ex
cellence unequalled In thlscltv.
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS.
A full line ol everything belonging to tbe
specie«.
WM. B. COLE.
202 MARKET STREET
rummc b aim.
pUBLIC SALK
STIDHAM & SON.'S
-AT
AÜCTION ROOM, KO. IU E. FOURTH ST..
Friday and Saturday night« at 7 o'clock.
There will be r aale of a large assortment of
ladle* and Rents' fine Gold Watch«,hod» key and
aient winders; a brfe assortment of Rogers
Knives, Forks and Spoons ; a tarse assortment of
Elf ht-l>ay Walnut f rame ( locks ; an elegant Une
of Watch Chains of all kinds for ladles and gentle
men. and a splendid assortment of Jewelry.
N. B.-A Ladles Solid Gold Sien» Winder will
he presented to the person purchasing the highest
ml ot gmXa. th. ^"ÿ^lifJlViîîÏ HON.
rteoa-lt Auctionwr«.
JJXECUTOR'S
SALE
-or
REAL ESTATE.
of Margaret Cur
The subscriber, as exerut«
toll, deceased, will sell at public sale,
tlon store of L. W. Stidham & Bon, No. Ill K.
Fourth street,
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 13, 1882,
at 2 o'clock, p. m.,
The following real estate, situate tn the city of
Wilmington, Delaware :
No. 1. Three frame houses
2 In. front by 3ft ft. fl In. deep on south side of
Girard street (Girard street running from Orange
toTatnall and between Eighth and Ninth sto. )
No. 2. One three-story brick »iw» Ring, No. ♦«
East Six U» street, containing nine rooms bath
and gas. Hint* or lot 15 ft. front t»v 71 ft. deep.,..
No. 3. <»ne three-story brick dwelling. No. TO«
Poplar street, containing nine rooms hath and
gas. Bise of lot about 18 ft front by 79 It. 2 V».
deep.
lot of land «0 ft.
No. 4. Onetnree-story bru-x uwsiung- >o.no
Poplar atrcft. containing eight rooms, bath and
g aw. KUe of loi 1* ft. front by H* ft. 2 In. deep.
No. 5. One three-story brick dwelling, No.
H0» Harrison street, containing 12 r< oins, httli,
and heater. SUeoflot 'it fl. front by 109 ft
T?m* above properties are In good locations,and
resent a fine opportunity for Investment, and
Sale positive to
For further partic
ulars Inquire of Lore It LinmiMiH, 702 Market
dec7-4U& 1). It. UU It LOTT, Fxevuu
pÜBLÏC~8ALË
The subscriber will sell at public sale, at the
Augut-Une paper mill», near Wilmington, Del.,
5
: '
looking ft
pern
close estate. Terms
•t.
TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19TI1, 1882,
at 10o'clock, n. iu..
Thirty head of first cla»« mulCH, together wlih
their haruess ; 4 large *» agoni», one b r «wn
flit
4 and liaru«*«.*., «nie
o<*k I* all Ilm-eln*»
n,
The at
lively
them, the railroad to their mill being
<■ l*
I
rtlur
the o«
Id.
all
n of|A0 tunl le«* cash.
■ill of H Month» will
r giving a bankable note
TKItMH :—AH
rer that
by the purrh
w 1th approved einlorrer
«IKHftl »* A MOOHE, Paper Co.
L. W. RTIDHAM A Son, «net. de«*7-10t4w2l
he glv
PMOVLAMATIÖX.
1 >ROCLA MATION v
-or ma—
G O V E It N O It.
DBI.AWAMK,
ftT 'TE
EXECPTIVR DEfAHTMKST
held In the Bl»te of
.1
W UK REA* An »Tori Ion w
Delaware, <*n Tuesday, the Seventh (lav of No
vember. In the y»*ar «
«tight hundred
tho
being tl «•
d
<1 olghty-two, tl
Tacaday next after tin- tlr»*i Monday in said
ninntn, In purHuance of the Constitution of t he
United
es and the law of the State of Delsi
• election of a repre
that behalf, forth»
tentative for the people of tin* aid Stale. In the
forty-eighth Congre**« oft he I'nlted State« ;
■ official cerllflc«te« <»
* or returns
ral eounth-B
:»te, hiving been duly received and
of the «aid election, held In the
of the said
examined by the
that thev
for auch r
wit:
th.
tlv.lv,
, to
ild
iu th
I
ves,
•1»
uty, for < hartes II Lore. 8,0*3
lily, for M anliington —
jV»i»'n pViiing!;'.
Jacob Hatterth
Wdïlam ' L.*
Castle c
In n«*w Castle C
llasiln
In N
? i
20 I
.. 3.425
.. 7.H7«
iga.
Ctttdle Countv
Iu New Castle C
walte .
In New Custb* Count
Thom pa
In Kent <
In Kent t
lu Suhsex C
\
ty I
f«i
■i
ty, f«
ty. for W » kIiI n
arl»*8 11. I
. 3,87«
ILutlngn 3,327
le« 11. Lore.... 4.
Habt
uty, for ( I
County,
County,
or NN u- hlugt«
lugs.
And
8 dnl
rtl» n for th • chol»*«*
.ji.aif in the
de
, c
tu
U
si
•d of th
K
■preaeutatlve of
htli Com
iii<
Forty-rig
aforesaid.
Governor by the
cress of Die United
having I
n »Inly delivered
jM'Ctlv'e Bheriffs of said
mined the
»cert a Ined
the
I
the »,«
snid
the nnml
•rated
f votes for each
cd f«
d every
»date
h representative, the
re«ult appe
»11*
it :
The whole nuinlK*
Charte»* H. L
The whole iiuiuti
lngt
Tlie whole numlu-r of \
MUlng.
Tlie w hole
glv»
f» » i
>U
.16,563
of vote» givi
for Warti
<
Hastings
.14,6-m
lohn
her of v
Hatlerlhwalt»*.
Thu-whole number of v
L. Thompson... .
► iveu for .liu'ob
given for Wm.
30
2»)
theref.
I. lohn t\
, do hereby d***riure that
>1 (he Illicit
Hull, <
of Delà
( hurles H. I.»
U
hu
vote
the election a
ild, i
I the
bee
tatlve of
in tin Forty-eighth
Is. lui
l legall
d fôr the State of 1*1 *
'RJ* of the United
at
have h
hand ii
1 t « (;r<*ut Seul of
L S.
the Slilt
.
« tit veil
Dot
this 16th
da
th
' N
in tl
Lire,
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most publie
requiring all
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ED9AR H. COOK.
•ep2Vl-14
REPPUNTtO FROM YESTERDAY
AN INDIANA SCANDAL.
The Hon of Hon. W. H. English In
'oUUcal r.xclts
Trouble—Social aud
ment.
Indianapolis, Und., Doc. B.—Political
ami society circle* were shocked iaftt night j
by Uie announcement that the lion. Wil i
Ham E. English, eon of the candidate for
Vice President of the United State* ut the
last Presidential election, had been arrested.
Investigation showed that the report w
correct and that the charge upon which the
distinguished eftlseu had been taken In eus
todv was that of bastardy.
The complainant proved to be Elizabeth
Williams, who claims to have formed the
acquaintance of Mr. English some eight
months ago. In her ullldavit, which lia«
been died by her Attorneys, she charges
English w ith being the father of her unborn
The warrant for English's arrest was
served ou him last night at the English
House, of which his father Is pro
Uc
Ope
prietor.
He was at ouee taken before Justice John
«on, who held him in $1,000 bond« and
designated the 10'.h of December a, the day
for a hearing: in the case.
Shortly alter the arrest of Mr.English and
his being bailed, still further excitement
was caused by tlio announcement that Ml«*
Williams had withdrawn the charge *nd
that the else had been dismissed,
led to this remarkable step has not tran
spired and various ttorles are circulated
to the true meaning of It.
Mr. English claims to have met the lady
e in his life. Whether this étale
ment is true or not cannot be «aid, but Miss
William* alleges that Eugltfth «educed lier
the «tage of the Opera House about two
months ago. All sort« of stories
circulation concerning the relations hereto
fore existing between both parties. Mies
Williams i* a refined and highly educated
young lady of striking beauty and has hud
many admirers. The cause of her sudden
withdrawal ol the charge* of seduction i*
not Known and efforts arc being made to
prevent further publicity of the matter.
What
but
: in
A More Burned Out.
Uew York, Dee. H .—A lire broke out
this morning in Up- building 859 Broadway,
«ecupied a« a gentleman'» luroishiug goods
store by Edward Newell. The stock was
damaged to the extent of $5,000 ; building
damaged $2,000 ; all insured.
TELEGRAPHIC I1RLV1T1E8.
i Pari*, Dec. 8—Ex-Prcsldcu» Mac Mahon
[ is reported seriously ill.
! WasuiNOTON, Dee.8.—The American ob
server* ut IVelllugton, Cape Colony, took
20Ö photograph* of the transit of Venus.
The observation* in New Zealand were also
(successful.
AF'MIIlions of packages ofthc Diamond I>yc*
plaint.
hav
Every when* they are the favontu Dye*.
>M without a «ingle
«•
TUE LIT * Al A KK KTS.
Lo«al ^jaotBtionx Correeied Dally tu tl»«
htf.iot M<»rK«t.
run ic ETC.
v Tine William Lea k
UoRRiMTRP Daily
ttORH ilOMPAHY, llRANDYWl»» MILL»—
wholesale.
retail,
Patout
|7 40
rL«'U1l PKR BAR'L.
A Hun 'h 'Best' Holler
Wm. I.
-,
Ollfton F.F.F Extra do 6 75
Poutaxat F. do. Family <lo 6 vh
? i Kirkwood Holler ffround, 6 00
Occidental *
20 I Supern no
»E in>.
Best lubidllngR,
Best «hip »tuft
Cut II «ft,
Corn tuorts,
Brun,
7 SB
« ,6
6 60
do 6 26
do 4 00
6 76
4 r*
por ton.
4 Vi
17
17
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per hundred.
« 0602 10
2 104*2
l 9bR2 03
donttneal, A ne yellow, 3.1.60
CornWeal, whit«.
Corn meul, coarse,
, 4.50
6
HBAIN.
per bushel.
Prim« long-berry wheat.
N« w dr/
HAY, FSKT», KTC.—COUHECTKD DAILY HY W. .f.
V, KO. 417 VUUKClt sthkkt:
1 10
07
b
per nwt
U 1.10
1'
Hay.
Straw.
Oat*.
Brun, double bushel_
< trucked corn.
Middlings.«!, ublu bushel.1.00
.. 86
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I
46
30
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sal.
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.. 76
EUTTXU, EOO», POrLTLY,
DAILY BY UtCaairK, THIRD HUIKKT
Print butter, j .r Ü» wholesale.! ,.'i5 in ! .40
Print .retail.4o
•• wholesale. ,28 in .3*
' " retail.30 f
M 6
roRRK<rrKD
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of
.45
Tub
Tub
Fgg«, wholesale, por dozen
Ki- . retail, per duien. ..
wholesale..
of
.4»
.34
.;$* a
the
Chickens, uli
I Chlckons, •» reuse,d wholesale..
Chick
j Chlcke
.11 ft
.12
.15
eta 11...
1 , retail
. .12 .13
. .11 u> .IS
. .7 ù .14
. .3 66 .IS
. .14 ^ .16
• Ir«
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le, per pound
— j Choose, rtrinll
j Turkeys, wholesalo, dressed
Turkeys, retail, dressed.16 yi .18
j BKKF COItltElTED DAILY BY
SKCOZiD HTRKKT MARKET.
, Sir!».In «teaks per pound. 20 Q .25
Rump rtcaks : r )M»uml
or Round steak,* i < r round
-10 0 .13
Rib ruuHt i
Chuck rou
Stowing p
Hulling t.ji
pound...
pound
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• I
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.15
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per pound..
»und*
pound.
with
Sh:ns
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b chop*, J
I.
.20 «
.16 (Ù
all
to
.21
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MutP.n ein
Mutt- n ro;;
Veal cutletB, per pound.
Veal roasts, per pound..
d.
.16
per p
. .vj tn .18
. .20 tn .25
. .18 <cy .18
V BY *. C. DILL,
! ■
In
In
three
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the
POUR
inter k» da
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Wholes:! I (
retail
Smoked h
Shoulders.
Dried bee I
bail Hiteli
17
IS
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13
15
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Fresh should
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13
. 16
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' Bulogmi HaiiKiigu
I Liver pudding..
j Lurd.
: KiHit,
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15

12
13
16
COHUKCfE
DA II. 1
'HURD
BTKKKT MARKET.
t;i
j Pike.
: LakcKh'ij.
. .15
.16
; Stscov«
.10
: i poiiock.
J! : Hock firh, per pound.
! Whito Bereit, per pound
Dfi*- I Trout, per pountl.
; ' Halibut, per pound.
4, I Catfish, per pound..
Vil ! «'" - "'■'Vi.or uiceo.
.12
.16
■KK
.12 ft
■MK
4
16.90 (
.15
.15
1 B nek fish.
fha ! B*' 1C
I ierrnpln per doxen
I Haddock
Market «*
Q
ecu
.0«
VKGBTA lil.Utt.
1 Potatoes, per half-peek...
1 Sweet potatoes, per half p
Tomatoeft, per halt peck...
Cubfii'ue, per head ...
I Turnt j
Celery, p
. .16
•k.
.12
.20
I
5
per hu if pock
buuch.
A.

York Markets.
i
Nr
State, 9v.3.'iaf3.0ii;
Wheat No. t red
do. J;.
1
Dec. 8.—Flour
Inal; No.
!T
perllne do.. #3 25a*3.76.
inter, !fl.08^al.08% cash
>y. ifLKbi.
, quiet, 73.174? ' t
colt- j ''ont,. N„ 2 . CMh.MJjJUS! do. January 4JV.
; Hyo lower : Western, 68»68Lj; state, 07 a 6 .l<
Barley, dull. firm. /a
) pork, quiet, 819.00
Lard. January.$10 90al0.9&.
i Batter, in lair demand; creamery fancy,
* I Sugar, nominal;centiiroKul,7J^aHU.
; Eggs, steady; State, 8oa31: Western, 2^a29
<
; No. 2 January, 64%.
0OFFEE ! COFFEE !
100 BAGS OF ELEGANT
LAGYAYRA, RIO,
MARACAIBO AND JAVA
COFFEES,
lv«d. Now Is the time
I to buy cheap go to
Just
for the Winter.
lay in
»T».
CRIPPEN'8
—TEA STORE—
No. 5, E. Second St., Wil., Del.
COOK.
CLOTKUfO.
ALMOST UPON US.
8.
The holidays always leave
with the dull senson on our
hands, and we must do our
best to reduce our stock w'hile
we have customers. Some one
said that "Nothing is
L.
617
Uc
Mjl
K.
with
once
cheap at half-price if you don't
want it, " but if you do want it,
bow then ? 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
into consideration just now,
but have made such reductions
every department as will
convince you that we are in
earnest. Our entire stock is
still in splendid condition. The
breaks and sizes have been
filled up, and we can
please you a little better than
ever, esyiecially in price.
U
SO.
OIL
in
still
J. T. MULLIN & SON,
CLOTHIERS
AND
MERCI I ANT TAIL» )RS,
Sixth aud Market.
oct21-tU-tf-64
REST FITTING
GARMENTS.
It is conceded that the best
fitting Clothing is sold by the
Wilmington Clothing House,
Fourth and Market streets,
and this full we have tried to
]>crfect 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 our suits or an
overcoat, niod 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 wc make to order suits
as low ns Eighteen Dollars, but
more ol our custom work is
from Thirty to Fifty Dollars a
suit ; because we aje having the
finest work in our city, and our
customers are the best dressed
people on the street. Just stop
long enough to look ut our
suits and overcoats, and we have
no doubt you will say as others
have : "It is a plea sure to know
we can find such i ine goods at
such low juices iin our citv."
Look at our TEN DOLL Alt
SUITS and our FIFTEEN
DOLLAR OVERCOAT; these
are special bargains.
k
40
SB
,6
60
76
r*
10
6
.f.
nwt
1.10
I
Jno. W. Diefendorf ■& Co.
Fourth and Market ist«.
DAN VI SC,
pllOF. A. S. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
Dancing Academy,
MASONIC tempjj:,
(Fourth Floor, 1
Wilmington, Del.
W5 Now open for the receplftot* ofpupila
lor the Second Quarter.
GENTLEMEN'S GLASS— Mond ay anti Thurs
day evenings, from 6 to lo o'clock.
LA1>'F.8 AND CHILDREN *8 CiaASS-Thura *
»lays from 6
6 p.
8atar<1*yg from 2.36
4.39 p. in.
Tlie late .t dance« to be taugl it during second
nuitrtt-r arc Lu Kusw vyaltz, 1(1 nplo waltz. Col hg«
Lancets and Uulvursal Quadrll |t*.
CHOICE OF I »AYS.
Schools, senri uartes
city
.. , private classes tn Hi«
of town should c<»lifer with
practica hie for choluu of <layt>.
■oi n
For tei
, circular, etc* apply
IL F. HoUEl.EN'S,
No. 710 Market blreet*
by mall
.u.at-tr-S" 0 " 1 ' Ten ' pl< ^w |1 "'
I^TEW
BUCKWHEAT MEAL !
Just
;«ived a ftr.t article of fresh
Meal
—AT—
J. J. SMITH'S,
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8T8
! A TRANSPARENCY LIGHTED AT
! a*. MliliT OVKlt TIIK. WINDOW
DON'T YOU HUY SHOES !
Ji ' 1 ' ! ' u ,* l: enltcr. for « 2 . 00 ; .»
S' 1 ' 1 ; f,. 8ol î, r T Jf fur , f ' 1 » ; * War Prlikk- Hutto, i
i°. r . * i.'i a ." <l ' * u, »t»erti I bought early
I ajn selling at last ye ars prices, lain bound Wo
hand long * < OU 1 dieve la keeping goods ut
- »n y ree it* g
EWING'S, No. 6 E. Front St
6WA Band Hewed Working ftboe for $1.10.
ü N DKM T AK Mit S.
JOHNSON h BARNIULL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
8. W. COR. TENTH A MARKET, 8T8.,
ii. T. HAHNHILL, ! n,
33(1 ami Tatnal als. j bill
j
WILMINGTON, Dll«.
ItCMDANUi:« :
HARRY JOHNSON,
617 Jefferson ot.
Mjl mn Mr*M
H. JACOBS
- MANUFACTURER OF
IMPROVED RUBBER
K.
the
HAND STAMPS,
d for marking Lltlvtia
Card sîïe or an y style,
with Indelible Ink.
é. W. OCR. SIXTH AND SlftPLKY 87*8.
Wilmington, Delaware.
drcS-1-10
T'kRLA.WARE CARPET HOUSE,
U NO. »9 MARKET STREET.
Ws have Just received a Urge stock
—or risa—
I,
TAPISTKY BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY
1NORA1NS AND DAMASK
CARPETINGS
—Also a lari* assortwaut or—
OIL CLOTHS, MATT1NÜS AND WIN
DOW SHADES.
avoir« a, a call and ult.ry yoariwlf that w. art
alvtaa banraln..-^*
HENRY GREBE,
WILMINGTON. DR
HBftKY L. JtAYMOWD. ALONfO UkWAKSI.
L. RAYMOND A CO.,
STOCK BROKERS,
NOS. 4 AND B PINE STREET, N. .
JJENRY
Bny and «ell lor Investment, auil »airy on
moderat* margin all »ecuritle» dealt tn ■>»
the New York SUe-k Exeliauga.
cla«» privilege* at favorable rate*.
loeatcil (Vont Wall
Elndr
Partie*
Btrwet
ranging
distantly
wishing to In vast «um«
from $50 to $1,000, are Invited to
write for n* for particular*. Complete
Financial Report mailed free. Pmall order»
executed at current rotes. Refer to Banker*
Member* of N. Y. Stock Exchange, Official»
of New York Central Railroad Co., and
prominent Manufacturing and Mercantile
Buftine«* House*. Reference! aud term*
mailed on application.
QPÏUM
MORPHINE HABIT
CUKK1> IN 10 TO ® OAYB.
a
at
TÜ0U8ANDB of referewc66 from peraom
cured. No pay till cured.
DR J. STEPHENS
Iaebanon, Ohio. Cincin
nati.
m v 11-7A
N
GAS LAMP
— «F—
50 Candle-Power,
J. Is. Hums
See "Co
>e»ling the light or 3 ordinary ri
High» oil. Price 63. C. <». I».
he«<
paratlve V'lcw" of uiinu
terlor lighting, by fl "N
2b eon I gas l» : ts fil«. I F.I» etrt»*
hee proHpeetUN of GRAND AI.U
Capitulbt assoiriates treated with.
C. P. to order. Table I.
. 1
In
of 2?
«I
• *■
Lamp f9n.2*6.
A LlGtiT UU.
Cita itdellcrt
of MIC. P.48.
Ot
W. B. ROBINS,
Patentee and Manufacturer.
162 Main Street, (2nd floor,)
and on Change Daily,
CINCINNATI
v11-881
amswi
iZmf ^ DR. ^ 0 >\
DYES
-w^im
WÏÏbevîWÊ
BEFORE-AND-AFTER
Electric Appliance! are sent on 33 Days' Trial.
TO MEN ONLY, Y0U3Q OR OLD,
W HO aro «nlterlng from Nr.RVi-uu pentt.nv,
Iaht Vital
YIOOB, Wahtino\Ve\knu
of a Pxiuomal Nath
Other Cau«ril Bneerfy
rat ion of Hie alto. V.
The* grandest Ulw
Sauva Fonça
. and ull tho^o tllteatc i
and
sr *
i Am;
•lief and «
(JMavuoo
mp:e
of tho Nun
for Illustrated I'unipitlctfree. Avares*
Bend at
VOLTAIC BELT GO., MARSHALL, RICH.
PENSIONS TO ALL
^■iers th.it
louofaf.nirr
doc
.
low ol hear Wig,heart and lung,
lunatum, orar.y oi'acr di**as« or hurt l yaca
t oroüierwiuc, give» you apenslon. Widows,
hers, mothers, brother#and sister;, are
led to pendons.Pensions procured where dis
re It lost. New discharges obtained. Hon*
e discharges and pcnr.î< ns forali dc .erter**,
G rt of August 7 , r(5 r. PBMSION3 INCRRAT.RD
X» to $ 73.00 tier month. ki'.f»»c-rr» r«a
imsasueclaltv. Advice Ult E. Ad ''mt
D. P. Pritchard,Washington. I). C»
J^RANKLIN
type foundry
5
168 Vine Street, Cincinnat
Ohio.
ALLISON A SMITH.
vll-ftftll
J^ANE & BODI.EY CO..
GOLD M F DAL
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION,
-on Tnam
BY TDK
AWARDED
Steam Engine & Saw Mill,
EXHIBITED AT ATLANTA IN 1881.
Engines, Bolters, Haw
Mills, Gang Kdgen», Lath Machines, Bo»;
8poku Machiner)', Blunting, II an gent. 1 ulle)«,
Couplings, Gearing, Grtet *n»l Flour .MLh.
Hpeclal attention given to Plautatlou Machin
ery. Catalogue free.
Manufaetarers of Ste
Lane & Bodiey Co.,
John and Water Sts.,
CINCINNATI, U.
REPRINTEDFROM
ye sterdJ
conckkss.
Petitions
In
he ,
■ntsle—Ilcek's
I !'•
Hr.
WaRIUXOTON j> ( ., v;
morning PeiiaHjr
petitions from tobac.
n, i Immediate jdh
bill on tin* ;
certainty fa di
A large number
* Ho lift of t|„. i
In the.*
'•''»ate
1
Mltcfl
<*?{
■'.I -
ground tii
Present
t-t
to hurt
f jseti
iry
" ;
praying f,„
W» tlie lucre.,
pension* of
soldiers.
0»i ni> d ion of Mr. Morrill 1 ;,, ■ ■ ,,
biunf h.t smtoh, S v,: ! ; ^
nient» and memorials i. : : iti,,'. 5 . ai !
tax, was recommitted to the i , ,
mlitre. l
Beck's resolution in rc^ani .
asm« tuent« was take
the floor and made
the resolution
d
Hl.'l
u l>- Mr. Dec k
* a speech ou a „ U 5 Ät
tbU resolution coiitalued u Vr
position . If Government cm W, i
paid suüi. -lent salaries to euiji ' JÏJ
contribute two or live per cent '
polltUal purpose, it w ,, tl _f
mterefrt of deevut econornr, ti.at thvip
pniaatlon Shouia bv cut down ii.y.
a'ltuto, he said, wentclnrly out,id,.' ,,i
had different cuds In vie 1,1
find out what dUtlllm
tribu I od 10 the D.-nmcratlc rann, aim,
Prrhapi, lie raid, those i !«
routrlhutloim just tin- sum,.
haukcra hud coulrlhuti d to t|„ |i,
lund, hu! he didn't wo how tiiut c„ u
slopp'd, inusnlurh a. those
their money from laxuiit.n
whllr rmpioy i s
not avowedly dismissed for non
assessments, yet a number m tUuV»h
not paid were diseharLM-d.
I,
It wait.
"1 brewer,
» had
of Hit
,f 11,,' <;
Mr. llald, ill reply, suij Mr
»ay wliut br pU'ascJ al«>ut |,i, nin i,
sire to eonfliie tlio Invest, :»i m,
ment* fr»
government clerk»
remained that hi* (the F.pi-uk«
ftUbitiMlt*- was for the purp-ee of |c.
everything as to the eondu t ni tb
campaign.
Lut it
) P«
llOt sr. MATTERS.
In the II»
i Mr. Davt* ollllinoi
a petition from the tobacco «
Chicago, urging a d« fini
tobacco tax qui'btlon »ml favoring \
lition of the present lax
Mr. Burrows of Mich
proprlalion bl!l lor consular aiid dit 1
m rvices.
At 12.30 the House wen
of the Whole.
The contnlar and dij 1*»
ported, appropriate* $1,
Inin the e,*t
m
•t:ii'uiu.t
into Ct
die l.illg,
132,500 1.
The li
«trueted their Chairman
• Forcir n Allahb < unmitl
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on Tu»*«»Iay
»•xt loset
Ht
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will ttfck the H"Um* I»* tel itw tu: iy t
discussion of tin- Nicm&ituna < aiu'l.
The Committee on IW Oflin* an
Rouds reported
potdaite to 4w«> cent*. Ti e r n rt
liaustTvo, covering thvliiMoryut po-uj
lut ion und say» that u
will cause a deficit, m
cialu e tLab this will only bo tempor
he hi 1
. 1 .; •
bn
I 'stal nv,t
•covered.
Tlie t
mittec oil Elect i
r. I- ri
protest of Jones
gullet
lti'lley
petition against l.'tah I) 1 g.; - i »*'i
iiiittec* with iiiotru i>u, t » r j >
Tuesday.
The Judiciary ConmilUoc r- rl
ly upon petition« pay Ht isrv
man and White FroM «fl K« iituikv.!
iKTty sold by the United Stabs lo
11 legally'
On Tue*d.ty the sg
aider pétillons to establish
Court of Appeals t«> roli
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