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REPRINTEO froni yeeteroav
All
hkafa
FIRES TO-DAY.
ti I
i
All
*
U.30 p.
Newport,
Havre
Pointa
Posit.
Delaware
11.00 p.
dlana.
i.LiebAi.a, N. J., Doc. 30.—The burn
outtiulldlngs of F.dwtn Stewart were
roved by dre; lass ®B,000.
.tiiEHTT, Ind., Dec. 20—The flnx and
1 mill of Thompson, Boyd & Wlllough,
burned tod*;; loss |8,000.
SmHtl-Po* Til Cedi.
nXti.il (Md. I Hews. J
n order that an epidemic of small-pox
y not overruu this county every proper
caution In the way of prevention ahould
taken at once. The Isolated cases already
mrted, the one at Perryvllle and the
at Carter's Bank, need cause no other
(■easiness than such as will immediately
Teure a thorough vaccination or re-vneeinu
jon aw may be required. The disease having
hanging on our borders for some time
■lot of our citizens have already attended
y tills matter and those who bave not
hould now not delay another day. The
aachers of our schools should be strict In
tarrying out the law regarding certlllcates
tif vaccination, as in that way,more certainly
ltian In any other will the community be
mroiected.
Wails
FTom
*
Mid all
From
north,
From
Erom
9.11 a.
From
From
north
From
south,
From
From
north
From
south
eral;
p. m.,
«anders
An
p. m.
Lombard
made
delivery
tea
er
1
• n
K5
l The Delaware ship Canal.
I The Baltimore »Sun's Washington corre
Apondent to-day says : Although General
mright, chief of engineer«, 1a indisposed to
| make any recommendation as to the best
route for the Chesapeake and Delaware
canal, it is uot impossible that recommenda
tion may l*e made, based on the farther in
i formation obtained by the last survey. The
' clause in the river and harbor bill oi 1881,
Under which the survey was ordered
templated that the engineers, in submitting
the report, should designate the best route
to be selected. The attention of the Secre
tary ol War has been callea to this clause,
aud he says that if upon examination he
finds i* to be so construed, the recommenda
tion will be made.
Doing Hi* Wife Justice.
The Philadelphia Prtn to-day
Robert F*. 8chuyler of Wilmington
publicly denied all the charges he made
against his former wife, Elizabeth, and
acknowledges that they are false. It will
he remembered that he claimed to have
found her unfaithful. He also admits that
she procured a legal divorce from him In the
Court of Common Pleas No. 4, of this city,
Last 8eptember, ol which proceeding? he
had due and legal notice.
Kuocked Down and Cut.
About fi o'clock léât evening - Samuel
Barr. 70 years of age, was knocked do
Seventh ami Market streets by a buggy,
which was being rapidly driven, lie wa*
badly cut about the head, but the driver
of the carriage never «topped to see what
damage was done. The iujured man is doing
well to-day.
The Prisoner*' Christina« Dinner.
.Jom*j*h C. White, editor of the New
Cufitlu Star, writes to the GazFaTTK lor the
citizens committee of New Castle, selected
to arrange f ft- the dinner to the prisoners in
the jail on Christmaa day, that only &K)
more is needed. An earnest request for
contributions 1* made.
Mllilv
.Tas
Usance
g
.
i
nt
E
®
*
I
c
5
A
and Elliott Won't Flglit.
Chicago, Dec. 20.—The Sullivau and
Elliott hand glove contest lia* been declared
off,
prohibitory statutes.
I'o st master Killed by Highwaymen.
Indianapolis, Dec. 20. — Postmaster
Dorr was shot by highwaymen last night,
robbed of his horse and cash and killed.
dug to fear of police interference and
New
lleatlug Street l.'ar*.
The t ars of the Front and Union passenger
e now heated, aud the new
railway
departure has caused au increase in travel.
An Orderly City.
No arrests were mad<' by the police last
ulght and there were no cases at the Mayor's
court to-day.
Open.
W. M. Kennard A: Co will be ojien every
«very evening this week.
PEIISONAL.
Manager C. C. Waltt Ib conttned to his
homo in Caradeu, N. J., with an attack of
malarial fever.
CITY 1TKM8
ChrlattlelU A Beat.
Chat. H. Vary, Phila. Messenger,603 Market.
Sutter ley k Co., Photographers, 302 Market st
TUf; 11AILKUADÜ.
A Local Time Table With the Latest
Corrections.
TWAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOB
Phila.— 2.00*— 2.23* — 6.30—0.65 7.00J—7.t0
—8.10f—8.16—U.0ot—».30;—9.681—10.3b—11.63 »•
lu:— 12.001 in'—12.16—1*. 3»— 1.53—2.30J —4.00—
6.17*—6.30+—6.10—6.38*—7.26—7.30*—9.65 *pm.—
ti UW \
11.68 a. to— 12.38—1.53—5.17*—fl.38«—7.28 p.m.
BaLTIMoRK— 1.05*—1.42*—4.51* — 8.05* — 9.17
10.00 a.
— 2.00*—2.23*—8.30—7.60— 9.60—
IX. 28—1.00— 1 .00—6.0»— 3.00— «.67—
i 1.04* p. IR.
Wawhingtok—1.42*—4.51 *— 8.06—9.17 a. m;
—t 00—l.uw—6.57—11.54* p. m.
BALTIVOUR AMU IN»KKMB!>IAT3 8T.%»lOKS—
1.05*—y. 17 10.00 a. m;—1.00—6.00 p. m.
* lYalns running both dally and Sunday.
♦ Trains running only on Sunday.
; Connect ut Gray's Ferry for old depot,
Hrotul end Washington avenue.
Dblawark Hailroad— 6.00*—9.10 a. in;—1.06
—3.U0*—0.25t p. in. No Sunday traîna.
* For Now Castle only
* For Harrington and Intermediate stations.
Wilmington Nwrthkrk railroad— 7.47 a.
ut;—1.05—6.00—6.20 p. in. On Sunday for
Reading and St. Feter—8.10 a. m.
Delaware W at tern Railroad— 7.05—10.30
a. in:—6.30 p. m. Sunday trains 10.30a. m—6.00
p. tn. _
Tit A1 NS AB K IV E AT W iiaMINC »TON FK< )M
Phila
—12.50—1 .ÜO—1 .32*—4.47*— 7.46
8.92*—9.12—9.06— 10.19t— 11.36—12.35 a. in;—12.60
—1.07 — 2.:»f —2.60— 4.35- 4.56— 6.40—6.63— Ö.2C
— 6.4« —7.35t—7.55—9.50—10.38—10.68 p. 111.
New kouu—1.32*—4.47*—8.02t—9.12 a. m:—
12.60—1.07—4.55—9.48
Baltimore— 1.61*—2.13*—9.34—9 54—11.43 a.
ui : —-12.36— 1.52—5.11 *—6.30*—7.21—9.49* p. m.
w— 1.61 *—2.13—11.43 a. m 12.30
-.I f )—6 li*—6.30*—7.24—9.49* p. in.
'^•Joth daily and Sunday.
•lay only.
Delaware railroad— 8.50—^10.16*a.m;—12. j# I
—6.06*—6.05 p. m. No Sunday trains. |
wîw'fÂ'iTNÏi.« RAILROAD-4).«- I
8.49—11.36 u. m;—6.40 p. m. On Sunday from
Reading and St Peter at 7 10 p. in.
Delaware Western Railroad— 8.00a. in;
day trains 9.10 a. m.:—6.40 p.
TRAINS LEAVE FUR WILMINGTON
1
10.68 p. m.
WAiRlN:
New Broad Strebt Depot—
12.39*—3.65*—0.30—7.20*—8.U0—8.21—8.36f—10.18
:— 1 « .23—1,32f—1.3'2—3.1 6—
PfllLADKLl*
X
-11.89—11.60 a.
4.02— 4.26— 6.06— 6.29— 5.65— 6.96t — 6.38 —8.30*
—41.30—19.09—11.32* b. m.
Rroao and WaBHINOTOK avbnub— 8.30—8.00
1.3U—3.10—4.30—6.15 p. m.
Cattle— 8.33—19.00—11.46 u. m.—4.49—
— 10.15 ».
N
6.4v> u. m.
* 1 lall y and Sunday,
t f lu Sunuay onliv._
«-irTiic black figure» deuote tiie Limited
Evprou train«.
\
Olllt MAILS
Their Arrival and Departure, Taking
KlFect July lnt, 1882.
Tn, , p s t 'i" ce v" rviii 7 r n, m l,e m
except Sunday, Trom 6.80 a. in to 9 p. m.
Private boxes are accessible until 11 p. m. On
Sunday« open Irum 8.39 to 9.30 a. m. Private
botes ivccesathle from 8 to 8 p. m. The whole
aale 3t&mp window will close at 8.30 p. m. The
money order office will close at 6.oe p. m.
MAILS CLOSE AS FOLLOWS :
NORTH.
Wilmington A Northern Hailroad to Reading
Pa , and points on tho Baltimore Central south
of <;hadd r s Ford, 7.40a. m.
Philadelpliiaclosed pouch. 8.30 a. m.
Philadelphia and waymall, 9.00 a. m.
f.'ew York, Pennsylvauia and point« east and
W,,8tern 1{allro * J 10 LandonMfg,
'pl liadeiphla, New York city, Pennsylvania!
no I New Jersey. 11.60 a. m. '
PhlUdeljihla, New York and all pointa east
and west, f.30 p. m. x
phtlooclphla, New York and all point« east
* *PhUadelphia > 'and Now York oltie«, cle«ed
1 'ponnsylvarda Q we«t of I^noasUr, and all
poiuta wesi and «outhwest» 86 p. m.
All JUmtetau U MatwMten.pt
hkafa Ural toutli os through m
HnOiMU
Washington and all polntt south, T.W a. m.
All points on tho Peninsula. 8.sua. sa.
ttupplomsntary mall mr the Ponlasnla, » 00
Haltlmero, WaaUagton and nil points south.
U.30 p. m.
Newport, Stanton, Newer», Bkton and
Havre du Uraeo. 11.30 p.m.
Pointa ou Baltimore Central, between Pori do
Posit. Northeast and Chadd'srord.l! 30 p. m.
Baltimore and Hay I4ne steamers, t.40 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harrington, innludlng
Delaware City and St. George* 5 00 p. m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, ».to p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
11.00 p. m.
303
for
$6.50
out
in
marked
THE
T.
Wails abbitb and uadt tub dbli
FTom Wilmington A Northern Railroad,
ïromNew York. Philadelphia, Washington
Mid all ether paints, 6.89 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and pointa
north, earn and west, 8.30 a. w.
From way mall ftom Philadelphia. 8.IQ a. m.
Erom Peninsula and all north of Harrington
9.11 a. m.
Baltimore and way mail, 9.60 a. m.
Baltimore, 13.30 p. m.
From Pouinsula mall, fu.30 p. in.
From Philadelphia, New York ahd points
north and oust, 1.80 p. m.
From Baltimore, waahington and polnu
south, *4.30 p. w.
From Delaware Wastern Railroad, 8.10 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and point«
north and east, 6.40 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and polnU
south and southwest, 6.4« p. m.
Carriers deliveries as follows : 8.80 a. m.. gen
eral; 10.00 a. m., partial; 1.80 p. m., general; 4.00
p. m., partial. , . ..
Collections from street boxes are made by the
«anders at 8.30 and 10.00 a. m.,1.90 and 4.00 p. m.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
p. m. from all boxes between Jeflorson and
Lombard and Water ami Thirteenth streets
inclusive- On Sunday a full collection will be
made at 6.00 p. m. Local letters for carriers'
delivery should be deposited In tho Post OtflOe
tea minute? before the hour ef de livery.
W . Y. SWKHlirrr. Postmaster.
K5
Four
nt
Nine
#12,
Oik
Three
at
Vive
and
Five
ft.
Seven
#6
there
selling
The
ought
tention
of
the
to
shine
'yyiLsoN'o
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
«16 KING STREET.
Usance ted with Telephone Kachan«*.
OPEN ALL NIOHT.
J. A. WILSON,
PUNKRAL DlBHOTOm.
1-13-14
KIDNEY-WORTl
g HAS BEEN PROVED
. The SUREST CURE for
i KIDNEY DISEASES.
Oak
Doss s lame back or disordoted urino indi
E
oats that you are s victim P Til22 Cf DO NOT
HESITAT^; ose Kidney-Wort st onoe, (dru*
® gijts recommend it) and it will speedily over
* come the disease ard restore hoolthy action.
For complaints peculiar
I Ladies
■ to your sox. such mm pain
as it will act promptly and safely.
Either Sex. Incontinence, retention of urine,
brlok dust or ropy dépendu, and dull dragging
pains, all speedily yield to Its curative power.
43- BOLD BY ALL DRUOÖI3T3. Prlco |1.
c
5
J
iiati'L
. KIDNEY-WORTl
HAH.HU Al • LiAEA
PHILADELPHIA, WIL- f TT i ' l ItMînnF
A MINGTON AND
BALTIMORE RAILROAD.
OCTOBER, 9th, 1««.
Train? will leave Wilmington
rhUadel phis end Intermediat»* giatlous—4.66.7.U),
10.:», a. m. 2.30, 4.0ft, 7.*», v.M, p. ro.
rhiliidelphla (uxpretis)—2.00, 2.23. «.an. 7.50, 8.1A,
9.00,9.39,9.58, 11.58. a.W. 12.15,1.U, 5.17,8. 10,8.3«,
follow» for :
7.28 P. w.
New York-2.00. 2.23, 6.30, .V., .56, 11.58 a. in.
•12.36, 1.58, 2.30, 5.17, 6.3H, 7.2«, p. in.
Baltimore and Intermediate stations—1.05, 9.17
10.00*. in. 6.00 p.m.
Baltimore and Bay Line—8.57 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington—1.42, 4.61, 6.06 9.17
a. m. l.OU, *1.08, 5.00, 6.57, 11.0» p. m.
Baltimore only—1.06, 10.00 a.
Trains for IMaware Division have for:
I
A
del
. 12.28
(SREAT
New Castle—6.00, 9.10 a. in. 1.0«, 3.00, 6.2-5 p.
Harrington and Intermediate »tatlous—9.10 a.
1.06, 6.25 p. m.
Delmar and Intermediate stallwns—9.10 a.
1.06 p. m.
»LN1»A> TRAIN«.
J. T
jdlateslatlou*-#. 10a.m.
Philadelphia
d InU
: 5.30. 7.30, 9.55, p. in.
Philadelphia and New York—2.00, 2.23 a.
6.36, 7.26 p. m.
Baltimore and Washlngton-1.42, 4.61, 8.06, 9.17,
a
has
mid«
notice.
paru
»>e
m. 5.17,
a. m. 11.04 p. in.
Baltimore—1.06 a. m
For furl her Information panse ngi
ferre«! to the time table» pu» led at the depot,
Murrains marked thus: (•} ar«- limited express
upon which extra fare Is chargid.
J. It. WOOD. General 1*
CTI AM. K. PUGII. Gene
•river Agt.
M'ii';
st
HTKAMSHir J.1XKH.
^NCHOR LINE.
UNITED »TATES MAIL »TKAMJUIÖ
bail W'eekly to and from
«1 (1LAHGOW, via LONDON
DKKKY,
f
1 cured.
NEW YORK
»•
#80. Ueti
Cabin Passage, #•■»>
Eceond Cabin, #40. ltetu
Cat'll» pa»»«'ng»T»
#110 t<> fl«
Tickets, #76.
at l«)w
hooked
,.i*
>y. Italy
odati«
d.
Malu Deck. 1
to or I
»tatcroujüfe a
at lowpit
Norway, Bwe«len, Denmark, Ac.
Kor hooks of "'four» In He ot la mL 1 '
Ac., apply to IIF.NDE1MUN BK<7niE!.
York, orSAMUtl. K. Dürr», E«pr./.k
Wilmington
!
pinn. -
S
m;
a.
..»
i
F/A.LVUA/..
o 0 nm>i\TU/xv o 1 VV
R. R. ROBINSON & CO., "
BANKERS AND BROKEICS,
Fourth and Market Streets.
for
«&1.E:
2,698 Delaware City 4 l * jx-r «-.e
Buy an«! MdI »locks And bonds on eominlsHl
Letters of credit Available in all parts or tb.
and drafts on Kugiand. Ireland, Vranc
and Switzerland hbued.
)M
«.Germany I
7.1-1 y -30 I
7.46
Ö.2C
m:—
a.
m.
j# I Hegularly
| T .
I tU«'r Inlwit twte. lu r
from
ment
the
give
i>
!
f jTOE ARTIZAN3 SAVING BANK.
NO. 502 MARKET STREET,
iKCORrOltATED JANUARY 24TH, 1881.
di-porttts from 9 a. in.
Tuesday and tteturday
from 7 b* 8 o'do> k
SEMI ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
»1 Octohei
Open to recel
and «
til 4 p. rn.
e 111 II g a
D.
ade In April
. When !
counted I
en t deposits compound
wltluirawn they are ac
MANAGERS:
Clement B. Smyth,
Charles W. Howland,
NathanU. Benson,
Henry F. Dure,
W. Hastings,
Edward i'usey,
G<»<jrge W. Bush,
George 8. Capelle,
M. L. Tdeht« nsteln,
Ktlward Darlington,
Job h. Jackson,
Willi on II. Swirt,
Anthony Hlg^ius.
GEORG K W. IlUbll, President,
K. H. CAl'KIJ.L Vice President,
K. T. TAYLOR, Treasurer.
J. M. MATHKK, Auditor.
J TH
6—
febZl-ly
F
IRST NATIONAL BANK
OK WILMINGTON.
REPOSITORY' OF THE PtULIC MONEY
—AND—
FINANCIAL AGENTS
—or—
TIIE UNITED STATES
Edward Betts, President,
'
; n.ïïÂ'fô'ÂSï äää
m. j M|MM .unt day«. MONDAY» and THUKHDAYfj
On ] t 8.30a. m.
Private
whole
The
south
| /XJFFEE Î COFFEE !
j \
; ion BAG8 UF ELEGANI
and I
| MARACAIBO A!yD JAVA
COFFEES,
Just received. Now 1» the time to lay tu
east for the Winter, and to buy cheap go
east |
cle«ed —TEA STORE—
all No. 5* E. SeCOIld St., WU.. Del.
I 7
Geo. D Armstrong, Cashier.
PAID UP CAPITAL, #.700,000.
DIKE47TOR8:
I Ed want Betts,
Clement B. Hrayth,
: George W. Bu»h,
; Daniel James,
John II. Adam«,
James C. McComo,
William Tatnall,
Ell Garrett.
Samuel Bancroft. Jr.
nl-iv
In
WAXAMAHwm * MOO.
4
rortyr
bandlu
Almacaltan,
the Justice
They
are
Santa
attempted
wrecking
Do^vn and Out.
BARGAIN 15.
son,a
Is at
a
and
Tt»e
held
1100,000.
303 Solid Ca8simere Suits
for Large Boys go down to
$6.50 from $8.00, and will go
out quickly,
supplement Large Boys' Suits
in Bargain No. 9 at $7.50,
marked down from $10.00.
THE BARGAIN LINES
INCLUDE
shot him
RepuNi.au
shortly
for the
dlssatisflsd
In that
whose
pointed
moval
the place
declines
morning,
affirm
up In
These are to
Four varieties ol' Men's Heavy O* «renais
nt fio, #12. #*«. *o and #o*.
Nine varieties of Men's Heavy Bults at #10,
#12, 6!4, |Uk flS.50 and # 7.60.
Oik kind o» Youth»* Heavy Hull* Rt $14.
Three varied»* of Large Boys' Overcoat*
at $*.60.
Vive varieties of Largo Boy** gulls at g,*'
and #7.60.
Five varieties of biuail Boy»* Overcoats at
ft. #5 and #10.
Seven varieties of Small Boy
#6 and #6.80.
Beside the Special Bargains
there are large lots of garments,
particularly Overcoats, that are
selling at real bargain prices.
The Oak Hall stock and prices
ought to command the first at
tention of every careful buyer
of clothing at retail. During
the holiday season we present
to each purchaser in the Boys'
Department a copy of "Sun
shine for Little Children," a
handsome Christmas book.
I* Mult» Rt K
fall
(iochc
December
claimed
order
lKHight
is
Langtry
with
Trureo.
Fort
11 ok
arrested
by the
Wilcher
William
dead.
Wanajiakek & Brown.
«1 Market 8tr«*ta,
Oak IIalu Sixth
PHILADELPHIA.
New
aged
in the
la?t
jmteh
Park,
111?
of
has
Lindseil
aud
walk
were
^yiLMlNGTON COLOR WORKS.
SEALING WAX FOR FRUIT JARS
—AND—
80LUABLK BLUR FOR THE LAUNDRY
—AT—
BRADFORD'S PAINT STORE
Nos. 6 and 8 E. Third St
J AURA Ï ioXBUBU,
230 EAST LIBERTY ST.
*11 kind« of <ll*raM'» hy laying
iiati'L by Ihr power of electricity.
RHEUMATISM, DEAFNESS AND CHRONIC
DISEASES
furnish ln*»t of ruferenv«-.
:
in.
9.17
9.17
of
I
L<hmU
A specially,
del i- 1-14
Cl
1 Wm.
(SREAT rush
ro«—
OYSTERS!
Clifton
Best
Host
(lorn
Bran,
J. T GARDNER,
COR. hKVKNTH AN 1) SH 1PLBY 8T«.
9.17,
has added more help to his huBlness, and 1»
mid«- to supply all persons wlthOYBTKKS
notice. His wagon will «lellver oy»t4*rs to all
paru of the city. Orders left with the driver will
»>e promptly attended <»
5.17,
mrt'nM
QPIUM
Uorn
CJorn
Corn
MORPHINE HABIT
, Prime
New
( RED IN 10TO 20 DAYS.
AY,
f THOUSANDS of references from person« • Straw
1 cured. No pay till cured. I
Bran,
!
I Corn
fl«
I)R J. STEPHENS
Italy
!
, I'rint
, Print
l'ub
Tub
Egg«,
Egg
pinn. -
Lebanon, Ohio. Cincin
nati.
S
..» ! -2
i
1 VV E TAKE MEASURE IN CAU.ING
CO., " the attention uy
PIANO
AND—
BKKV
Rib
to all, ;
j
I
ORGAN 1 ,
N F.W, L A HG K
We offer the
id F.LKUANT
sort*
I
-30 I
k, J», 8
ment of Instrument»« lo be
the most tempting prices,
purchase will Und It greatly to their lute
give it» a call. We take pleasure In tthowiug
i> strumen in, aud tn glvlug attcuth
! whether they wish lo buy
pened.
est
found In the city, at
wLhlng to
p. rn.
D. S. Johnston & Co., '
7 :
1
'
] I
When !
counted I
U\ and 48 West Fifth St.
FOUNTAIN SQUARE.
CINCINNATI
J TH
pUANKLIN
TYPE FOUNDRY
j
168 Vine Street, Cincinnati,
Ohio.
STATES
ALLISON & SMITH.
tu
Del.
Cashier.
vD-XTU
(\JEOROE STECK A CO.'S
I
,
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PATENT TONE SUSTAINEK
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UPRIGHT PIANOS!
Just
ïelred, a tine
rtment of these cele
brated and unrivaled Pianos. We take pleasure
In showing
Buperh Stock to all Interested.
ALBERT KRELL,
SOLU AOENT,
S. W. Cor. 4th & Elm Sts.,
LTAC1NSATI, o.
REPRINTED FROM YESTERDAY
A DARUM il OUTBADE.
Moral a City sad dairy
rortyr
Matauobas, Mai ICO, Dee. 30.—Forty
bandlu yesterday attacked the town of
Almacaltan, In Paebla, raptured the Mayor,
the Justice ol the Peace and the Alderman.
They carried them off to the mountains and
are holding them for ransom.
Santa Fe, N. M., l>ec. 30.—Sheriff Cannon
attempted to arraet n man near Hordor for
wrecking a train. The latter retlsted and
Away the trfltelal*
us
best
we
once
ing
so.
but
Th. Roenraer Brak F.«»,.. *"
Philadelphia, Dec. 20.— H. C. Robin
son,a director of the ruined Rochester Bunk,
Is at the Continental Hotel,and has received
a dispatch confirming the failure s
and tho appointment of a receiver. .
Tt»e »hock wa® unexpected The av*« »ay»
KÄÄ5
held on for s 1.25. The bank 1 « liabilities i re
1100,000. Roberts thinks It will he-paid In »
shot him dead.
Washington, Dee. 20—The Xalional
RepuNi.au says to-day that there will
shortly be a ehangcftn ilic office of appraiser
for the Port of New Yolk. That Folger Is
dlssatisflsd with the administration ol affairs
In that office by the present Incumheut.
whose short comings have been repeatedly
pointed out, and will recommend his re
moval as soon as a suitable person to lake
the place shall be decided upon. Folger
declines to say anything on the subject this
morning, not even so much aa to deny or
affirm the report that the subject was rsllcd
up In the cabinet yesterday.
a
fall
iblwr'E Hum».
A Grain Gi
Mii.wai kee, Win., Dec. '.30.—Peter Mc
(iochc continue« to tie h heavy purchaser of
December w heat, on change here, aud It Is
claimed that he Is buying all the grain, In
order to squttac those who havu freely
lKHight his puts on December wheat.
Freddie Comes to Stay.
Phii.adri.phia, Dec. 20.— Fred Gebhardt
is registered at the Bellevue Hotel where
Langtry is staying. He has his baggage
with him.
IIH1KF TELEGRAMS.
Lonimin, Dec. 20.—The Archibishop of
Canterbury has been offered of Bishop of
Trureo.
Fort Worth, Texas, Dec. 20.—II.
11 ok ell, the notorh
arrested here.
Washington, Dec. 20.—The schooner
Independent haa been cut to pieces aud sunk
by the Ice. He crew were rescued.
Handeuhvillk, Ga., Dec. 20.—Dave
Wilcher attempted to flighten his brother
William last night, and the latter shot him
dead.
forger, ha* been
■i is
New York, De« 20.—Michael Dunn,
aged 27, waa arrested to-day for complicity
in the tiiurderou» afeaulte ou the excursion
la?t September.
New York, Dec. 20.—An Aspinwall «11s
jmteh announce« the death of Trenor W.
Park, former president of the Panama Bank.
111? estimated fortune Is $10,000,000.
Chicago, Dec. 20.—Lizzie Prier, 10 years
of age, ha* been missing two weeks. It is
uncertain whether the ha* been abducted or
has strayed voluntarily from her home.
Lake City, Minn., Dec. 20.— Bettle
Lindseil and Frederick Patterson, aged 17,
aud Audrew Johnston started on 8uuday to
walk across the icc. It is supposed they
were drowned.
of
IKK CH t MAKKETH.
L<hmU QaotatluDs Correeted Dally In Ot*
Htreet Market.
FLOUR KTO.
UokRBOTKD Daily bt Thm William Lba k
Sews Compavt, Bkahdvwiki Mill»—
PLAUR ran bah'l. wholesale. retail,
1 Wm. Lea k Son's 'Rest' Koller Patent
. #890
#7 40
Clifton V.Y.y Extra
Poutaxat F. do. Family do
Kirkwood Roller Ground
Occidental
Superfine
fbbd.
Best middlings,
Host ship stell,
Oatlln«,
(lorn short*.
Bran,
6 75
; ■
8T«.
»'■ v
« 76
6 M
0 (rtJ
ào 6 26
do 4 00
5 76
all
will
par ton.
A*
17
per hundred.
Uorn meal, fine yellow, 88.60
CJorn meal, white,
Corn meal, coarse,
«0
M W
2 1
n
1 Wbt'2 03
ora in
per liushel.
, Prime long-berry wheat.
New dry corn.
1 lu
AY, VK1CI>, OTV.—OORKIUTKI) DAILY BY W. J.
MORROW, KO. 417 FRKKCH HTIIKin :
per bu
er ewt
A 1.10
• Straw
I Out*.
Bran, double bushel....
(.'racked corn.
Middling»,double bushel
! Coarse meal.
I Corn on
Sheilad corn
1.C
i
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. 76
POULTRY, KTC..—roRRBOTEU
DAILY BY MKHSKK, THIRD HI It KKT MARKET.
, I'rint butter, per It. wholesale.# .36 # .40
, Print
l'ub
Tub
Egg«, wholesale
Egg j , retail, per dosen .
Chicken», alive wholesale.
Chl«*kens, d russe, d wholesale.. .12
Chickens,alive, retail.
Chickens, dressed, retail.
Cheese, wholesale, per pound
Cheese, relull, " *•..
Turkeys, wholesale, dressed .
Turkeys, retail, dressed.lfl
ULTTBB, MUM.
" retail.40
* " wholesale .28 À
' " retail..
r dwien.
,46
.30
M
14
• 41 a
.13
.11
.14
.7
.14
.18
.14
.16
BKKV i-OKKKOlKD DAILY BY WILLIAM CLAVKY,
MMCOND MTKBKT MARKET.
Sirloin steaks per pound. 2ü Q .26
Hump steaks per pound.29
Round steaks per pound.
Rib roast per pound.
Chuck roa't per pound...
Stewing pieces.
Bolling bits per iiound...
Shins,. ..
Kidney fut.per pound ...
Lamb chops, per pound..
Lamb roasts, per pound..
Mutton chops, per powud
all, ; Mutton roasts, per pound..12
j Veal outlets, per pound.
I Veal roasts, per pound..
YORK
1 ,
.1« Q .18
. .20:
. .14 fl)
.16 .12
lfl
»
sort*
.8 4/.
• .26 (ÿ
.1 î
at
to
. .20
. .16
M
.16
.16
.25
. .16
.18
., CORRECTED DAILY BY 8. C. DILL,
HTALL 9, 8BCOSD STREET MARKET.
wholesale
:::
Co., ' „ , h
7 : Smoked hams.
Shoulders..
1 Dried hoof.
' Balt flitch.
] I joins and sausage.
Fresh shoulders.
Fork steak aud «ausoge
Flitch.
Fresh hams and flitch.
Smoked bacan.
Scrappel.
Pigs mot.
Bologna sausage.
Liver pudding.
Ijurd.
17
is
u
il.
16
11
mi
13
16
i ;
15
I
15
IS
16
is
6
16
I
i-2
. 13
FI8H, OOKHECTKD DAILY BY POWELL, THIRD
8TRBBT MARKET.
Pika.
Luke »had...
Slucoefl..
Pollock...
Kock flsh, per pound
White Perch, per pound
Troot, per pound.
Halibut, per pound.
Catfish, pe
Mackerel,
Block Ash.
Blue bass.
Terrapin per dozen
Haddock...
j Market ood
16
u
10
.16
• 4 M
. .12 O
. .29
.16
.15
pound.
per piece
I
19
.19
•6.00 Q
6.00
M
. 6
I Potatoes, per half-peck.16
Sweet potatoes, per half peck
, Tomatoes, per half peck.
! Cabbage, per head.....
I Turnips, per half peck..
Celery, per hunch.
.1.
-
I
New Fork Market«.
New York, Deo. 20 .— Flour quiet. .
»täte, #3.35a$3.60 ; extra State, #4 00a4.60.
Wheat. No. 2 rod winter, #1.09«' ; January
l.ll%al.ll%. /4 *
Corn, No. 2, 66Via86i4, January : 64^a64îi
Fcbruarj-.
Oats, nominal.
Kyc, quiet; Western. 68a89W
Barley, quiet ; four fiowed Sta
Pork, dull, #18.26.
Lard, #lu.70al0.76.
Butter, steady; creamery, Iowa; 49a42 ; West
ern imitation, 26a36.
Sugar, dull, fair to good refining. #L.a7.
Eggs, dull; Slate. *
; No.
cele
pleasure
te. «7R.
cloth uro.
ALMOST UPON US.
The holiday« always leave
us with the'dull season on our
hands, and wc must do our
best to reduce our stock while
we have customers. Some one
once suid that "Nothing is
cheap at half-price if you don't
want it, " but if you do want it,
how then 1 So it is with cloth
ing ; wc want to sell it ? and do
so. If you have any idea of
makiug 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 UTC in
. Out on Hr/. otrarW in
earnest. UUT entire STOCK 18
s tUl in Splendid Condition. Tile
. . 1 ,
breaks and sizes nave been
filled up, and we can still
please you a little better than
» ■ . .
ever, especially m price.
(
and
List
f
is
is
J;T. MULLIN&SON,
CLOTHIERS
- AND—
MERCHANT TAILORS,
Sixth and Market.
octti-tu-tr-M
BEST FITTING
GARMENTS.
It is conceded that the best
fitting Clothing is sold by the
Wilmington Clothing House,
Fourth and Market streets,
and this fall we have tried to
perfect every garment, and to
day we assert that our garments
have no sujicrior as to fit, while
our former patrons 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
from Thirty to Fifty Dollars a
suit ; because'we 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
is 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 ut our TEN DOLLAR
SUITS and our FIFTEEN
DOLLAR OVERCOAT; these
are special bargains.
is
or
17,
to
Ot*
k
40

76
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76
03
J.
ewt
1.10
i
.40
Jno. W. Diefendokf & Co.
Fourth and Market Sts.
,46
.13
.11
HUNKY L. RAYMOND. ALONZO DEWKEbE.
.14
.18
.16
J-JENRY L. RAYMOND A CO.,
STOCK BROKERS,
.26
NOS. 4 AND 0 PINE STREET, N. .,
.18
Buy and sell lor Investment, and C4irry on
moderate margin all becuritles dealt in on
the New York Stock Exchange,
elasa privileges at favorable rate«. Parties
distantly located from Wall street
wishing to invest sums ranging
from $50 to $1,000, arc Invited to
write for us for particular«. Complete
Financial Report mailed free. Small ordere
executed at current rates. Refer to Banker«
Members of N. Y. Stock Exchange, Officials
of New York Central Railroad Co., aud
prominent Manufacturing and Mercantile
Business House«. References and terms
mailed on application.
j^INDEMAN PIANOS:
A 7-octave Stcinway Square
A 7-octave Chase Square.
Haines Upright, and a fine 7 l / n oct. at
$175, at
LINDEMAN BROS.
171 & 173 W. Fourth St.
CINCINNATI. «
lfl
»
First
î
M
.16
.25
.18
DILL,
17
il.
16
mi
16
15
15
16
16
i-2
J
THIRD
J^EEDLE
.16
.16
GAS LAMP
.15
-0F
6.00
50 Candle-Power
?
ÎSSÜShfJiîf ,, Ä» t c?»i 0 c." , {i7A" Ä- Ä!
parattvi* Vt.'W" «faiimisl rost of 2tto I* ln
Lrlor ltKtitliiK, by 6 ".Vccllc (Ja«" I.anms WVo.
2 K»» Jits I Klectrlc Lamp ffcp«
«■•'•pro.prafu« ol UKANIS ALM». I.llillr tjo!
if Imr ira" ,r SS. l S l î' 111 '- <;ha ndtflter.
of 400 C. I . to order, lable Lamps of «0C. P.#3.
*
West
No. 2
W. B. ROBINS
?
Patentee and Manufacturer,
162 Main Street, (2nd floor,)
and on Change Daily,
CINCINNATI
»yii-fiüt
MtariT cloth ixa.
I
f™
render
Phtro
.
de
n
In
lng
too,
be
haa
are
of
ot
It
( )TTR WA \
r
—OF—
Doing Business
!
In order to accomodate our
patrons in a satisfactory manner
and at the low rates our Price
List call# for, we have made a
contract with Mr. S. Mann of
Philadelphia, who is going to
retire from business, to make
the balance of his fine stock
in the LATEST
f ll
piece
STYLES and in regular cus
tom-made goods. Alter going
over tliis fine lot of goods we
find that our contract calls for
114 Overcoats, 86 Suitings, 136
Pants; consisting of fine Chin?
cliillas, Beavers,
Worsted, Diagonal, Doeskin
and Plain Cloths, gotten up in
many different ways; satin
lined, silk fronts, satin sleeve
lining, bouud with velvet and
many tother ways.
The suitings are jwsitively as
fine a lot as the finest merchant
tailor in the city carries, and
the pantaloons will speak for
themselves. This lot ol goods
is the finest and most complete
line of goods that was ever pre
sented to the public by any
Misfit House in the Union,and
is just what you will want for
the Holidays. Ybu will find
that when you rail at the
Meltons,
to
to
an
low
but
is
a
the
our
stop
our
at
MISFIT
PARLORS,
No.IE.Fourth St.
For the purpose of buying,that
wc have gentlemen who wait
on you and who take great
pains in selecting the taste of
the buyer, and - who under no
circumstances arc allowed to
mferepresent any article.
Öur price list for this extra
ordinary fine lot of goods will
he the same as usual,and which
has been so surprising and sat
isfactory to so many of our
patrons.
WAIT FOR IT !
WAIT FOR IT !
And on Saturday come and
buy from it, as by so doing you
will save one-third of your
money, aud at the same time
procure a first-class Custom
Made article.
Co.
OUR PRICE LIST :
*45.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOR glS.Ot
411.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOK 10.25
85.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOK 14.00
80.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOB 18.00
25.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOK 10.50
20.(K) CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOK 0.00
10.110 CUSTOM MADE PANTS FOR 5.50
N.oo CUSTOM MADE PANTS FOR 4.00
5.00 CUSTOM MADE PANTS FOK 2.5
4.1X1 CUSTOM MADE PANTS FOK
2.00 AND 1.75
.,
on
on
Parties
street
ranging
to
ordere
Officials
aud
terms
at
First
OVERCOATS.
$■'>0.00 CUSTOM MADE OV ÄRCOATÖ
$10.00 and 18.00
SATIN LINED,
$45.00 CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS
14.00 and 15.00
Double Twill Serge,
J
$40.00 CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS
Satin Sleeve Lining
$35.00 CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS
10.00,11.00 and 18.00
12.50 aud 13.50
Satin Facing,
$85.00 CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS
8.50 and 0.75.
Satin Facing,
MISFIT
?
Ä!
ln
WVo.
ffcp«
tjo!
ndtflter.
P.#3.
ÉÀKLOR,
No. 1 East Fourth Street.
floor,)
DON'T FAIL TO CALL EARLY AN I»
SECURE A BARUAIN.
First Come, First Served !
Open Evdülng* Until lO.Saturday '• tUl 11 . 30 .
SPRINTED FROM
"JESTERDAV
I.ATKK FOKKIIIN
NEW».
7;..^rrjÄV" ,rati "
Important Happratn,,' <*ue«Uoni-.
I arim, Dec. Ü0,—Bont<iuï (■ p. .
f™ of Ul " Union Qi-iicrule*
render the French protectorat/?. ?
effective, .nd compel the M*outa.^2
ÄÄtÄrr
^Ä fcb rÄ to u'"' ï: -
Phtro Chateau, her title to which th« ? *'
recently held w«. valid h thecourt
. ^** R,B * ^ hauquet iriven i
8oCl * ,y '" st '"«lit
de Braun, ho was presented with a fla
n acknow ledging the compliment j lh
In hU future explorations the flic
»KRIÜÄSÄ
äläjkS
lng the National Liberal Federallo„'.t S
too, defeuded toe Government's Egvntli
policy and aald he believed the existing ,
underatanding with France and Snaht w
be speedily terminated to the mutual
faction of the coun'rica Interested
Ireland ^ lblUÏ " * er< ' lo,,kl "« better
Constantinople, Dee. au.-Thc p
haa notified the Foreign Embaaslca uf lu I
tentlou to expel from Turkey the corn
pondent« found guilty of aeudlrir fal
newt«, *
CatHo, Dec. 30.-AII political prison,
are being released by the Uuvernmet.
Hkulin, Dec. tiO.—The crlmlual court
Innespruck has sentenced Baron i'o*
Kamlugen, cousin of the husband oft
Princess of Ilauover, to seven years net
servitude, on the charge of swindling
In the »enata To-Day.
Washinoton, Dee. 20.—Mr. Hals
ported to the Senate the resol utlou of t
House for a holiday recess. M r . t ame[
of Wlaeonaln reported favorably the hill
afford relief to Congress in the Investlgatl
ot claims against the Government. T
Consular and Diplomatic hill was taken t
Brady.
Washington, Dee. 2o.—Jeff. Chand
resumed his argument In In-hair of Hradi
to-day, touching cj
apeelflc charge. He argued that the west i
entitled to mall facilities ami he could pri
It by teller Sherman that the |c::ti,) U . J
genuine, and that Brady had tried to m
proiier mall service.
Ill
lo
« î
to y
Woull
Chandler it
the Star Route
A Manayunk Victim.
Philadelphia, Dec. 20.—John Kellej
the Enterprise mills at Manayunk, <11
ticing terribly burned at the late tire
"Iloauty Unadorned (With i*hnple»j
Adorned the Mont."
II you desirn h fuir <'oin|ilexl<in free 1
S mole», hlotehe» an
etfical IMeoovory."
d eruption«, take -(lo
By druggist!'
N ew
BUCKWHEAT MEA
art li lt* of freak
Just received a tti
of
no
to
will
sat
our
-AT—
J. J. SMITH'
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8T8
A POBITIVEUURE
WITHOUT MEDMIM
ALLAN'» SOLUBLE MEDICATED B0U(
Patented, October 16lh, 1S7S.
of
—Due h.
In four <Uys or
io-t oliitliute I
No. 1 will cure any
No. 2 will
matter ol' how long »
• II
Hiding. •
ef cuIm'Ih, copaiba o
No
of sandal wood, that are certalu toj , ro«lufj
pepala by de»tr«>ylng tl'ecoatlngßof "
Price, 11.50. »old by nil druggist»» or m'
■pi of price. For further particular»
frcular P. O. B«x, 1,533.
J. C. ALLAN CO.,
m John atm-L New ><
recel
for c!
Iani6
!
ANK >v BODLEY C«>
1,
GOLD MFDAL
BV
AWARDED
and
you
time
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION
- ON THEIR-"
Steam Engine & Saw a
KXHIBITKD AT ATLANTA IS
SUuur^tim-r. or Kor 1 ""-, ,,ol, .î r4
catalogue free.
Hut
r
m ■
glS.Ot
10.25
14.00
18.00
10.50
0.00
5.50
4.00
2.5
1.75
tj
Lane & Bodley
John and Water Sts..
CINCINNATI,
0.
1883.
HARPER'S WEEKIA
ILLUSTRATED.
wki'ujn's Md P®" ul >JVhi d»v. II
18.00
make I Ini
attractive
15.00
Harper's Periodi
PER YEAR:
HARPF.R'8 WEEKLY
HARPER'S MAGAZINE
Ü:."fÄÄSSi, .
M
TU.votum-jn;'«:? ra.il
"''ira Wl M'V of °, r 'Kiumra " f 'ÏÏ
wvfkl). m '"ï 1 ., r„r b y ral' r 3 rai«.l
mall, feugej t |,«! fridgl»* 1 1,ü J'" v öiume*
.
BROrrHERH.
Address
18.00
13.50
0.75.

Har,,,- & Bf heß
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