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YEETERDÀŸ
REPRINTEDPROM
THOSE WIUJI
m.,
AM
■win Sny
thiaafternoon,
»tree tjCommlssi oner Zehley
Jm£ "^marked that he
such a way aa to leave them open
for iMtoapcotinn of the people* * u ****?&
to th« ell» »pokes of, he would ssy » »*«? .»9
r pa seed knowingly, a double privy
well, wouldn't do It. He ka«l at*u»
ot th well» dug by Mr. i »ok and
found bey were down to water. Alter
ward 1 [>ok came to him and »aid the
other i ell» were dug prectoely the same
e, the Commissioner, haring
well» were double one», Issued
rtticates and took the fee» from
e in the llr»t
MS
duties
hl I
the
Œ
cliley laughingly added that he had
hoped he paper» would have been easy on
Mm tltil after Christmas.
Uagtry
; Philadelphia Time». 1
A m called performance of "Aa You Like
upied the attention of a crowded
!* at Haverly'a Theatre last evening,
still larger erowd than on the
previJi« night, and even standing room was
hardi? t • be had. Shakespeare'« beautiful
comeoy may have rccetvcd worse treatment in
some femote country theatre at some remote
period, but certainly never in Philadelphia
within the memory of the present genera
tion. The pretentious mounting of the play
very nearly converted It into a circus or
into g roaring farce, and the effort of each
actor appeared to be to show himself as
ignorant of Shakespearean character anil
diction as the leading lady, though this was
scarcely possible. The kindly tolerance
with which Mrs. Langtry was received In
the part of Better Oratrbrook cannot be ex
ndrd to her UotaUtui. Neither underarm J
tinn ' nor ' dramatic oouoeptlon, personal
grace nor power of speech, nor any other
attribute, quality or acquirement waa mani
fested or suggested tnat woald justify such
an assumption. It was an exhibition of
complacent incapacity, whose- audacity
alone saved It from the outspoken indlgna
tlouf though not from the only half sup
pressed derision, of the astonished audi
ence.
Mr,
If'
aud
Mr
■ i
u
A Canary Bird
makes one of the nicest Christmas present»,
bis sweet voice being a constant reminder
of the doner. The newly Imported night
singiug canary is the best as it siugs by
lamplight as well as during the day ; the
cost is $2.50 Cages can be hud from $1.00
for a nice bra»» cage ui> to $10.00 for a silver
plated one. The best place to go for these
thiugs is to the retail department of the
Bird Food Com pant, 2d7 South Eighth
street, Philadelphia. They have the largest
stock of all kinds of bird», cages, aquariums,
flue bred dogs, etc., ill America. Canaries
can be tent by express with perfect safety.
A printed guarantee given with every
bird. 214-91
Yerilict in a Damage Case.
W
Elkton, Mi>., Dec. 20.—The case of Mis»
Mary Bechtel against the Philadelphia and
Baltimore Central railroad, which ha» been
on trial for two days, resulted to-day in a
verdict lor the plaintiff for $300 damage».
Mi>h Bechtel, iu February, IBBl, was com«
polled to walk a distance of ono--dlllc Iu the
!c«? aud snow
Port Deposit in co;.»e
of the railroad !>eing blocked by
quence
an ice gorge. The plaintiff claimed thaï
the » all road company »old the ticket with
the full knowledge of the block on the road
and their Inability t*> fulfill their contract.
I
N«-w
To Be Kaftlml Off.
There will Im.* raffled off January lit an l
2d at the cigar store of Thomas îlawkln»,
Market street below Seventh, a model
steamboat clock, valued at fifty dollar».
The person holding the lucky number wfll
lx* the possessor of a valuabte prize.
».
7.26
Indlcatiou*.
Washington, Dec. 21—1U.30 a. m.—For
the Mid«lle Atlantic States rain, followctl In
the extreme ëouthern portion by clearing
weather; warmer easterly winds, shifting to
south to west; low
.
Bult
barometer.
A Grand Keceptlon.
The Knights of St. L
their third grand reception in the auditorium
ot the Opera House, on Easter Monday the
26th day of March next. The price of tickets
will be $1.00
New
Delm
will give
A Itrenk in a Mill.
Tills morning the pulley of a belttightner
In the mill of William I«c«s, Sou ÄCo. broke,
necessitating the closing of the mill until
the damage is repaired.
l>oll» ! Dolls ! !
Large and small in great variety, at very
1 lowest cash prices, (.'rosby & Hill, No. 220
and 223 Market fctreet.
6.
*
frrr»
' l
\
For Fresh Fish
and game of all kinds go to McCaulley'a
stall, Klug, above Second.
i«f i
cm ITEMS
ChristtleLt A liest.
Ohas. U. Vary, PbUa. Messenger, 603 Market.
Sntterley U Co.. Photographers. 80S Market st
V \
111 1 KAILKUAlrt.
at
Local Time Table With the Latest
Corrections. , .
■UA1NS LLAVi; WlLMlNOTfJN SflK i
_ 2.00*— 2.23* — 6.30—6.55 7.00J~7.t0
8.15—9.00t—9.391— W.68Η 10.30—11.63 H -
)| m;—12.16—12.3K—1.63—2.30J—4.0*>—
'.10—j.'W*—7.26—7.30*—0.66*pro — i
— 3.00*— , 2.23*«-6.30—7.60— ».60—
- J 2.3S—1.53—5.17*—6.38'—7.29 p.tn.
'E« —1.05*—1.42*—1.51*— 8.05* — «17
—12.26—1.00—1.00-6.00-0.00—6.67—
V
\ .INOTOH—1.42*—4.61*—8.05— Ö.17 a. in;
-a . V vo—1.00-6.67—11.04* p. m.
IMTMKMBbTATH STATIOM8—
1.06*—9.17 10.00 a. m;—1.00—6.00 p. in.
* Trains running both daily and ounday.
fTrains running only nn Sunday.
; thmneet r.t tfray's Forry for old depot,
Broad and Washington. avenue.
JIki.aware Kailiwjad— 6.00*—9.10 a. m;—1.06
xa. No hunday trains.
9Ü9 only
ï;:
11AI.TIM<
—3.00*—0.26f
* For New '
d Intermediate stations.
t For Harringtc
TA 1LMIWOTOW Ct NORTHLEUT aAlLROAD— 7.47 R.
1.05—5.00—6.20 p. m. On «Sunday for
I St. Peter—$.10 a. m.
WusTBRif Railroad— 7.05—10.30
u. Sunday trains 10.20a. m—6.00
Heading
JIKT.A'.
. m ;—f».3o p.
ilaaONOTON FROM
K AIMS ARRIVE A r
I'niLAbKLVHlA—12.50—1.0U—1.32*—4.47*—7.46
. 2»— 9.12—9.05—10.101—11.36—13.85 a. in;—12.60
-1.07 —2.30 i —2.60— 4.35— 4.65— 6.40— 5.53—6.2C
95.43—7.351—7.6^-9.60—10.38—10.68 p. m.
blBW y ORK—1.32*—4.47*—8.02t—9.12 a. m?—
160—1.07 —4.65— 48*—10.68 p. in.
ItA LTIMOR1S—1.61*—2.13*—y.34—9.54—11.43 R.
I— I3.S6—1.60—6.11*—6.30*—7.24— 9.49» p. m.
W ABHirwTOK—1.61 *—2.13—11.43 a. m;—IS .36
1.60—6 11*—6.30*—7.24—y.49* p. m.
r*Hoth daily and Sunday,
ri ta Sunday only.
l la warb p.A-iLnoAD—8.60—10.15*a.m;—12.06
ro. No Sunday trains.
New Castle only.
'lLlHS«TON ti Northcrk railroad— 6.28—
-11.36 a. m;—6.40 p. m. on Sunday from
ding and St Peter at 7 10 p. m.
F.LAWAJUc Wwtebh Kaalboad— S .00 a. m;—
n. m. Sunday trains 9.10 ». m.;—6.40 p. in
UAIHS I.EAVK rOK W1UMINUTON
UILADW.PHIA Nxw Broad Btrxrt Dbpot—
3.66*—6.30—7.20*—8.00—8.21—8.361-10.16
1.80—ILftO ». Bi;—12.23—1.32t—1.83—3.16—
5—4.25— 6.06— 5.20— 6.6b— 6.0$t — 6.36 —8 JO*
.30—10.00-11 82*t>. m.
Hkoadaru Wabki
16 a. m;—1.30—S. 10—4.30—6.16 p. m.
Nsw Cabtl»—8.88—10.00—11.46 ». IB.
6.49 n. m.
* Daily and Sunday,
f On Sunday only.
\
'
\
.*—6.U5 p.
I
I
S
»
MOTOR AYBÎTÜB —1.30—8.00
«artXh. black tlaarM denote th. Limited
Kuprose trains.
OUR MAILS
Their Arrival aud Departure, Taking
Effect July 1st, 1882.
The Post Offlco In this city will be open dally,
except Sunday, from 6.30 ». m. to 9 p. m.
Private boxes »ro accessible unto 11 p. m. Oil
Sundays open from 8JM to 9.36 a. m. Private
— ' accessible from 6 to 8 p. in. The whole
—■nr •—-i~~ m ..so p. m.
wUl «to« at *.M ». ■.
Wilmington It Northern Kaltroad to Saadtnc
m., sad poinU on th« Baiumon Oonual aenth
"VÄ iphÂÎJd * "■
Philadelphia and waymali, 9.00 su m.
New York, Pennsylv ania sad points east and
U>a. m.
Wastern Banned ta Imadaabmg,
Philadelphia, New Terk city,
id New Jersey, ll.su a. m.
Philadelphia, N.w York sad all petals asst
sad west, 1.M p. at.
Philadelphia,
and wert, 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia am
^PenasyIvanna"weet ol Daaeaeter, aad ail
New York aad ail points east
ll.ap. m.
wait aad soathweet.
polau west and
All points north, east.
1 QD ». S.
All Louisiana Is »«at west except N ew Orleans
which 1» »Mi south ou through bmIU.
altUuere and, way mail, T.*o a ».
Washington aad iH point, »nth, 1.4» a. ».
All poinU oo the Panlnstda,«»!.«.
Snpplementary Mil Ihr the Peninenla, » 00
t 'ààdUmen, Waahlacteu and all peints aoath,
'^Sawport, Stanton, Newarh, Elston and
^Points on*Haltimorn fiemrat. betwasn Pori da
Mit. Northeast and Oh add's rord.lSWp.rn.
Baltimore and Bay I.lne steamers, 4.401>. m.
Penlnmla north of Herrtmrtoo, Inclodlng
Delaware City and St. vlnontes. I.Hp.a.
Baltimore, closed pouch, t.M p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
li.oo p. m.
■iiu abuts a*d nun aoa Mumn.
From Wilmington h Northsrn Railroad,
* Prom*'sw Yorh. Phlladotphta, Washington
other points, 4 J# p. m. . , .
Philadelphia. New York and pointa
From
north, east and w«»t, ».$9 a. m.
From way mall from Philadelphias A» h
Erom Penlnzula and all north of Harrington
nSakttelttaavt and way mall, ».10 a. m.
Prom Haitimor», 1'ASOp. m.
rrom Penin»ula mail,IWO p. m.
!îi«ÂS'^ ^
south. 190 p. m.
Prom Dataware We»t«ra Railroad, *-*> f- »•
From Philadelphia, W*w York and pointe
north and ea«t, 1.*o p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and point»
south and southwest, 5.40 p m.
Carrier» deliveries as follows : 6.80 a. m.. gen
eral; 10.00 a. m., partial; 1.30 p. m., general; A00
p. m.. partial. ^ . ..
Collections from street boxe« are made by the
tarriers at 6.ÎW and 10.00 a. m.,1.8» and 4.00 p. m.
An additional collection wUl be made at 7.30
p. m. Horn all boxes between Jcifenton and
Lombard and Water and Thirteenth street«
Inclusive. On Sunday a full collection will be
made at 5.00 p. in. Local letter* fbr carriers
delivery should beUej>o»ited la the Post UfBoe
ten mtnatos bofbro the hour of de livery.
W. Y. SWHMLTT. Post in aster.
From
rrom
DKATAftB.
last., Charlc* J.
BOULDEN.—On th» BHh
Itouhli-n. aged «0 year». . . , „
Th«- relative* and friend* of the family are
ectfully invited to attend the funeral from
widen« e, Front and Clay
HU?
Suturdav inorniiiK,2x«I
at Mt. B»l«m cemetery.
McGOVEBN.—t»a the BRU Inst., Henry J., *
.1 Marta McGovern, aged IS y«
Relative«» and friend* of the family at
fully invited to at Uud the fuueral Trot
dene«« of lilt* parent», N-«. lOSBonth Mon
2 o'rloek. Intermeut
Ntr«H-ts,
lUo'cloek. Inter
pe*peet
the real
on Saturday aftern
at Old Catholic cemetery.
ILBON'o
W
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
«1C KINO STREET.
Ceanected with T«5ltq>hon«* Exchang*.
CaU
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WTLSON,
PTWKRAL DIRECTOR.
T-12-14
HAUMUA.lt itiJNMB
PHILADELPHIA, W1L
I M1NGTON AND
BALTI5IOUE RAILROAD.
OCTOBER, »IU, lt*C.
Wl'mlngton a* follow» for :
riilladrlnhlaantl lnt«*rtn««4ll*t«- »tatlo»»*—4.65,7.00,
10.»>, a. m. UM, 4.on, 7.», 9.5ft, p. in.
FhUatlelphla («xpres*>— x.OO, 2.2X 4.S0. 7.60.
,9.;A,».5H, 11.53. a.m. 12.15,Lai,ft. 17,ft.id,
N«-w York— 2.0», 2.2X, 6.30. .8», 11.88 <. m.
•12.3», 1.53, 2.30, 5.17, #. W, 7.56. p. m.
Baltimore and iuUirmediat« italien*— 1.06, 9.17
10.00 a.
L.
Train» will 1
8.15,
».
7.26 p. m.
. 6.00 p. in.
and Bav Line—6.67 p. m.
d Washington—1.42, 4.H. 6.0» S.17
. m. 1.00, *1.08, 5.00, «.57, 11.04 p. in.
. 12.26 and
Baltimo
Bult tutor»
Baltimore only—1.66, 10.00».
Train* for Delaware Division leave for:
.(», 3.00, 6.25 p.
New Castle—0.00, 9.10a. m.
Harrington and lnu-rme<llaU: niatlon*—0.10 a.
1.05, 6.25 p. m.
Delm
and Intermediate statl
«•-«.IO a.
1.06 p. in.
BUNDA\ TKA1NH,
rbtiadslphla !Oi«l lnt«*nn«»U»t<* station*—6.10a.in.
12.00 mi. 5.3R 7.3U. 1.56, p. in.
York -1.00, 2.23 a.
. 6.17,
PMiii.U lphia and N
6. «, 7.24 ft. m.
BaMiooiv and Waühlngtoa-1.42, 4.61, S.05, 9.17,
* m. 11 i»p. m.
Ball-more—'1.0$ a. m.
For iurtii'-r inlorraatlon pa**«'ng«'rb are r«
frrr» d t<* the Ulae tables pool»-1 at tho <te|M>t.
MiT" ralii.v marked thus: (•) aro liiuifri) express
up«*' hlcb extra fare Ischarprtrt.
.1. R. WOOD. General Passenger Agt.
CHAM. K. PC till. General M»na»«r.
ti TEAMS!!Lk* LIXKB.
^NCHOR LINE.
UNITED HT ATEM MAIL BTEAMEKS
> und from
i
ball Weekly
NEW YORK and QLABUOW, Via LOND<JN I
DERBY,
!
st
Cabin i'asHAK«, *«> !«"• R*tnrss $110 to fitc
Secourt t'ubin,|K). Return Tlckel*,t7&.
Cabin passengers booked at low rates |
PasM*nger ncroinmodntlnns are unexcelled. A1
Main Deck. Pastengers b«K«ke« •
from Germany, Italy
btatorooms o
at lowest
!
ay, Sweden, Denmark, Ac.
Scotland, ' ' rap*.«», plans. !
HENDERSON BROTHKKH, Ne* !
, .
i v,''r'k*'.!rfi
WUml
H - _
— i YITHAPPING PAPER
VV *
T
For books of 'To
AMU EL K. BETTS. Art h ni 9 Kxj»
j
in;
WOODBINE MILLS.
LABEL REGISTERED
GUARANTEED FULL COUNT.
MM-Fi: u nr a it Y 6TH, 187b.-«»
R.
for
U 8HERTÖ TO THE QUIRE
STRAW WRAFFING,, to be full (Standard)
count, should have lb sheets |tn leach «Jjulre, and
29 Quires to each bundle.
m?—
R.
m.
.36
6.28—
from
m;—
in
JO*
SarThere is lunch paper now being sold with
15 aheetb to the «|uliY ? and in some cases as few aa
12 sheets. These facts are not known
sinner, the paper being low in price, they do not
think of the number of sheet* they get
bundle. COUNT your PAPER. Ask for
WOODBINE, 1
take nothing ePe, as this brand UGuaran
to be FÜLL (Standard) count,and so Is FAR
and
teed
CHEAPER to tb»t consumer than a lower priced
paper, put up with LESS sheets to the Quire.
Ask the firm you buy of to give yon "WOOD
BINE MILLS'' Wrapplug, and take nothing
else, as this paper la the cheapest in the market.
Count, Quality,Weight & Color
considered. If yen cannot get it of the firm yon
deal with, then try elsewhere. Do not be induced
to buy au y pa i>er but the
WOODBINE MILLS.
anra-1m
Q.HEAT UÜÖH
—FOR—
OYSTERS!
dally,
m.
Oil
whole
1. T GARDNER,
COB. SEVENTH AND SHIFLEY STS.
hoe edited more help to his business, and is —
able to supply all peraous with O Y STKK8 at short
notice. Ale wagen will deliver oysters to all
parts of the city. Orders left with the driver wlu
f»e promptly attended o.
M t2-*mlt
wasamakam »
Wbat S10.0Ö Will
Buy.
Barg iiu Sixteen covers 170
Suits, Men's and Young Men's
sizes, at $10.00. Rough and
Tumble, a natural barga
also, Moss Rock, Auburn,
Avenue and Coaching Club,
which sold until la|st night at
$13, $14, $15 and $17. These
and the Overcoats in Bargain
One would make a $10.00
note proud of its power to buy.
THE 2d RINGING OF
THE 1st pELL
Bargain Two. jrhe original
Bargain was 279 Men's Suits
at $12.00. They were Saw
yer's, Elm Spring and Warren.
Splendid goods and far too
cheap. Have sold 249 Suits,
but we rearrange the Bargain
thus :
PtWîii^nng. J 39 Suite.
Dean Suiting, o»** •*«•> 54 Suits.
211 Suits
in ;
Stock to-day.
This popular Bargain is,
therefore,nearly ns full as when
first offered.
On Sixth street; a windowfull
of our own mak<f Silk Scarfs.
Yesterday they were 50 cents,
to-day 25 cents. To-morrow
hope to lose dur interest in
them. They will go quick if
the dear public will only see
what a Bargain they are.
Wan am AKER & Brown.
Oak II aal. BUth and Market Street»,
PHILADELPHIA.
we
2*55X
A BARNHILL,
l \y Ut.Hi
JOHNSON
Furnishing Undertakers,
B. W. COR. TENTH A MARKET, STS.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
iMIMnCM :
U. T. RAKNH1I.L,
2td and Tatnal «U.
L. HARRY JOIINBON.
617 Jefferson *t.
■cpOMowf-ly-M
^ POSITIVE CURE Only Twe Bottle».
From Major Downs
Military fnstruetor.
Mt. Pleasant Aciul
«•»nyj bin* Hin». N .
Y. During tb<* very
S1CLY i.jBrnW wrath«*. I w
CftFklA RiDv.W -utr« rin* with <'a
Ea PcusQll tarrU. Mv head and
ffeSII .
«j ,?s;
l^ÄSaÄtöjXjTi fere» I"!'"' K, f'"
Wl
FOB
ATARR
Mulm wsm
AUfgested.
Within
r «»f tb«- first
frit
I
apnllcnUon
reHevul, Uh
O egMn LtbnWrildè In
day* wa«cntlr*'
ly cur«î«l. \V. A.
liowut, 6'eb.lft, *sl.
ms
APPLY by iiw
little ling» r Into the
io*trtl>4. By abiHirp
HAY- FEVE
tlon It effectually et<'au*e. the nasal i
u*lng In althy m m
piioUe
u a.ldltlonid robin,
«1 restore* the *«;
MU Its
bv u fear applications. A thorough treatment
w mir. ure. t ne<iusli»l fuir cold* In In
. Semi for rIn ular. Bold bv druggists
liy mallfiOr. a nsrkage-' tamns.
ELY'« CREAK BALM <
0»weg
tlou*.
It
ratarriial %
allay* Inflammation,
linings of the heart froi
pie tel y heals the *<»rtb
lastr and smell. Iti-nefli'llal
the m«mbranai
of
I ' t.i/. I
ad. Ak
• u
N. Y.
dccl5-m, w, fAw
PI UM
<)
I
! MORPHINE HABIT
|

CURED 1N 1Ö TO 20 DAY«.
THOUSANDS of nffersaces from persone
! cured. No pay till <*i»re4.
Cincir
-- - ___ *
!
!
j DR. J. STEPHENS
lxbanon, Oliio.
nftti.
mvlJ-2^
EORGF. STF.CK & CO.'S
G
I
PATENT TO^E-bU&TAlNEK
UPRIGHT PIANOS!
Just received, a fine assortuie
»•rated and unrivaled pianos,
iu showing
of these cele
We take pleasure
> all Interested.
K u peril Ht»)ck
ALBERT KRELL,
BULK AGENT,
S. W. Cor. 4th & Elm Sts.,
OINrlpJNATl, O.
J^ANE & BODLEY CO..
GOLD MEDAL
AWAUDKD
BY THX
ATLANTA COtTON EXPOSITION,
—OH THUIR—
Steam Engine & Saw Mill,
EXHIBITED At ATLANTA IN 1881.
Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw
Mills, Gang Edgers, Lath Machines, Huh and
8poke Macnlnery, bhaftlng, Hangerh. Pulleys.
Couplings, Gearing, Grist and Flour Mills.
Hportal attention given to Plantation Machln
Manu facturera of
ery. Catalogue free.
Lane & Bodley Co.,
John and Water Sts.,
j
ffTTffOWtfNATI. ¥.
REPRIN TE D PRO M YE1TERPAY
iu c«b to th« colics« iu tin.
a larirr demon»! rethm will be held when
afeÄÄ
and . 1*0 Ex-President H.ye. ami other
i1w l l!r»dd^M.^ü7otb<-r l I^^ < ^» will
New To*«, Dec. St.-The stenmrr AIto,
from Ktnraton, Jamaica, hrtoga detail« of
the rmnnlc»nlliiafraao»i there. All »hipping*
was remored out ol the harbor
and fit s*wd although the benj
nt that distance su ao ffr. ..t th,t Î"*F
to keep the *41* wet. D indreds of people,
fleeing from the city, swam out to the AIto
which reef vied 20U of them. The low will
reach SS.aap,OM.
The Custom House was Bred *•»
era) Un*, but was »red. The cause of the
fire spreading to attribut**»! to the fact tha.
all houses arc roofed with plue shingles
A Big KndowniEBt.
Ackson, O., Dec., Hon. John H.
Buchtel! , who m»de » greet fortune Iu mnn
ufacturtng furmlng tn»chtnery, ha» rotlrtd
from buslne»», mud ma*le »0 eudowmeut of
• 100,000
held appropriate to the occasion.
(Jhr ago, Dec. 81.—Jam«» A. Wllaou, au
houoml citizen of Wilson, ni»., »ud treas
urer of Dewitt county, committed »ulclilo
yesterday. He had be* i sick for Mirerai
months and It 1» believed, took hl» own life,
rather than stiller Airthcr pain, though
the U>dy was found a paper, stating that he
had. Joft j£XfiE ll> .4 ,M Wttlld ^VAV-fiUfce ac
counts are all Mralght.
I
Weatern louruallatie AiiisiiUUm.
Omaha, Dec. 21.—A warrant was »worn
out l»te l«»t night by Ëüward Koeowater,
editor of the Omaha Brt, against C. K.
Yo»t and Fml Nyo, pfOprietora of the Re
publican, charging th«m with criminal libel,
publtoUlng an article headed "Let the
Sinner Lit», 7 ' which «kwouuced Rosewater
a» a traitor and a Confederate spy.
la
I trot her» Convicted.
Naishvuax, Tens., Dec. 21.—A Win
chester »perlai nay» the Jury iu the ca»e of
the Poe brother», brought in a verdict of
murder Iu the first degree, with mitigating
clrcumatancee. Tbe»e arc the men rescued
from the mob by the military about a year
affo.
Jfo Whipping Post Need«*«! There.
Shelby vn, lr, lwn., Dre, 21.—Last night
when office!» arrested John Kunk for wife
beating, a mob of women took him from
the officer» uud whipped him nearly to
death, with stave» sod horse whip».
KefugOM Bard Lot.
Bismarck, Dakota, Doc. 21.—It la re
ported to the authorities here that 15 Kt»s
bian refugee», »eut by the ltülef association»
to different parts of thl» Territory, »re des
titute »ml unless aid 1» furnished
they will starve or freeze to death.
at once,
The Bout hern Bplrtt.
SnuRvii'OkT, La., Dec. 21.—At St. John's
to-day, two old cltir.ens, Coquin and Carson
quarreled. Coquin »tabbed Carson dead
with a dagger.
INK Oll V MARKET«.
Lo«al quoUHon« 1'orrwoted Dully Iu the
Bireet Market.
I B ETC.
UoaxaoTzn Daily by I'm» William Lia fc
Hows tloMFAMY, Dbandywinu HlUft
wbsloaala,
Vfm. l«oa i*. Son's *Hcm' Koller Patent
»» '« ♦» 90 90
ratal!,
n.*cn rKR bak'l.
$7 40
OU Ron F.F.F Cxtra
Pou tax» t F. do. Family «lo
Klrkwoo«! Koller Aground,
(»cold enta! ^ ' do
Su peril
de
0 76
: 25
e 75
* VÔ
. 00
I M
6 76
do 4
per ton.
4 60
»KKD.
Heat tniddlinK>,
Host ship «tun,
Gatlins,
<v»ru shorts,
(Iran,
9
I
17
W
par hundred.
Corn woal, fine yellow, 23.60
Corn meal, white.
Corn iu*al, cocr. c,
I
B4.N
I 16
l 2 03
82
«KAI».
per bushel.
Prime long-berry wha^kL.
New dry corn.
I 10
? •
MAY, FBKI>, BTC'.—«MMfflBCTffD DAILY HT W. J
MORROW.
.417 ncKNCH 8TM1CKT.
.^ixf
er cwt
A 1.10
Hay.
Straw.
Gals.
Hrau, double bunhel_
Cracked coru.
Middlings,double bushel
Coarse meal, .. .
i 'ora oa ear.
It
45
of
6*1
I
7u
Shotted corn
. 75
Ht'TTBR, WBOb. POCLTHY, KTC..— (( * ABJWTB O
DAILY BY WBftSICK, TU I KD RTUKKT MAlUtKT.
Print butter, per B. wholesals.t .36
Print ..reiail.40
" wholesale. .28
*• retail..
» .40
4S
Pub
Tub
Lggs, wholesale,per dozen...
Flors, retail, per dosen .
* Juckens, ullvc wholesale_
Ghtek en*, ti rosse,«] wholesale
Ghii-kous, alive, retail.
Ghlckso*, dfssseil, retail.
('heefto, wlitiiosal«, pi r ppuiul
t'lnmrio, retail, * k •»..
Turkeys, wholesale, dressed..
Turkeys, rctull, dressed.
0
to
JB
.33
.4
.11 es .12
.12 g .15
.1
.u
.
.11
.7
.14
.1-,
.11
.16
.16
.16
BKK* COHKKCTKW DAILY Mr W1L» , / LaViTY
aatXlNDSTnXKT * tU '
j Sirloin ateaka per j»ouna
; Kurop steaks per jkiuu* 4
1 Hound steal;« per no*' a
Rib roast per poui*''
j Chuck roast po r
Htewlng hi«**'
i Holling be
J Skins/
j
Lamb roasts, per ].
Mutton chops, pe. |e>un«i
Mutton rem»ts, \
Veal cutlet*«, per pound.
* Vsal rr-itsU, per pound .
. :a ss .26
.su
.16 ,]H
. 20 *
TF O .16
.15 lû .12)4
•il
i«ouiui
ci . ..
J par p
:ml.
.8
16
f.'i
p«>U(;d.08
>r pound
. .20 V*
. .10 tjl
. 2-1
.16
.11
i • «1
.16
:àà
. .16
PORK a rc., CORRKi ■
DAILY BY 8. C. DILL,
HTA LL 9, 8K( U> L» RTRKKT MAU IC KT.
wholesale
retail
I Smoked h
Shoulders..
Dried beef.
bait Ilitch .
1 joins uud sausage.
Fresh shoulders.
Fork et oak and sausage
Hums.
Flitch.
Fresh hams and flitch.
Suiokod boon.
Scrappel..
Fig» wot. ,
Bologna sausage.
LI vor pudding.
Lard.
l
17
U
II
.
13
IJ
I
H
18
It
18
i;>
13
!..
i:
i •
U
cele
IS
6
I
v
U
12
n
it
FISH, (ORRBOTKD DAILY BY POWRI-L, THfHD
STRKKT RA1UCKT.
Fike..
I«uke pliad.
Sise

Pollock.
Kook fish, per pound
White Perch, per pound
Trout, per pound.
Halibut, por pound..
Oattlsh, per pound.
Mackerel, par piec
Black fish.
Blue bass.
Terrapin per down
Haddock.
Market cod.
Pickerel.
L2
%
.14
. 1 .
. 1 »
.12 ^
.16
»
.12
J1
$6.90 *ct
! 8
fl.CU
M
16
VBOKTAIILBS.
Potatoes, per half-peck.
Sweet pots toes, per hal f peck.. .12
Tomatoes, per half peck
t Jabbage, per head.
Turnips, j»er half peck..
CJelery, per bunch.
.16
.ft
.1» .
.6
( iOFFEE I COFFEE I
100 BAUS OF ELEGANT
LAGYAYRA, RIO,
MARACAIBO AND JAVA
COFFEES,
Ju.t received. Now la the time to lAy In
for the Winter, and to boy cheap go to
Saw
and
Co.,
ORIPPEN'S
—TEA STORE—
j No. 5, E. Second St., Wil., Del.
czomnre.
To-day à To-Morrow.
At the Wilmington Clothing
House, Fourth and Market
streets, we will present to every |
purchaser of clothing one ot
KJ **ZFSX * 5 S*I
Christmas souvenir.
They are very attractive and
will please the children.
We will add that we have
made our prices to correspond
with the lateness of the season
and to attract purchasers who
wish to secure a suit or ani
overcoat for the child boy or
m an who has not )'et OOUght. I
Prices and quality will tell, I
and we »ill teU you our low
prices wheti you caU. largest
be'stock to select from. Do not j
tail to visit us.
Yours truly,
Jno. W. Diefendokp- & Co. 1
N. B.
—Kilt Suits at a sacrifice. |
swititMTulfl prmrnw -"
/CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
' ocaAWJ«ABLE GIFTS
All Who Use Tabacco.
FRANK e. smith,
At Sill MARKET ST.
domestic aud IMPORTED cioARS in
boxe» of 25 ranging In price from $1 up.
Offen» the flue«t umiUmiii of TOBACCO,
CIO AH*. PIP«, MKKKBCHAl'M PIPRB
and HMOKERB to b» had ln th« city.
Thê Ifollday AMortmcnt of CIOARA, done up In
box«*
>t 15, comprise the follow
ing manu fseturer»:
STB ATTON A STORM.
«a'MPERT BROTHER*,
BEIDEN HU HO A CO..
.1A COB I.ANU IM>RK A CO..
MICH A EL GlfAWl. tr.
aTEPAHN FroETTE.
I NO EH, ROSENBERG A CO.,
J. B. COON8
And other*.
ET1
A special Inducement offered in MEER
SCHAUM 8MOKERS and PIPES.
a ren-it - M _
FRANK E. SMITH,
819 Market Street.
a.
HKKKY L. RAYMOND. Al.OKZODRW
JJENRY L. RAYMOND A CO. f
STOCK BROKERS,
NOS. 4 AND 8 PINE STREET, N. .,
Buy and sell lor Investment, and carry on
moderate margin all securities dealt In oa
the New York Block Exchange. Flrat
class privilèges at favorable rates. Parties
distantly located from Wall street
wishing to invest sums ranging
from $50 to $1,000, are Invited to
£££ £pSuST 8Ä
of n.TsÄx^:^, oâcïï.
nf New York Central Railroad Oo., and
ÄS:
on «Dpitcxuou.
J^INDEMAN PIANOS !
A 7-octave Stein way Square
A 7-octave Chase fcquare.
HulDf» Upright, and a fine 7% oct. at
$175, at
LINDEMAN BROS.,
171 & 173 W. Fourth St.
CINCINNATI, o
1883.
HARPER'S WEEKLY.
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tbniv. lthc » n .r„i[> riuiMMi »Tltl», abort »torle»,
sketrhea HU ,| poenis, contributed by the foremost
artists a ud authors of the day, It carries Gutrue
J eutertaluinent tothousa mis of American
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tnv *c Harper's Weekly the roost popular abo
a*.tractlve family newspaper in the world.
uomo
'
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copy this advertisemant
orusr of Hahfkh *
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it
Harper & Brothers,
NEW YORK.
4e«lS-8tdA*
.14
W E TAKE PLEASURE IN CALLIN 0
THK ATTENTION OF
»
.16
PIANO
-AND
ORGAN
Eurreita otfr SEW , t,AROE and KIJCOAMT
atoca, Juat opeue,]. ' We offer the ftoeat aaaort
iBentofinitrumpùli , Ù>Jie round ln th« cltT, «t
the moat temntfta pure,. Perioa. wtehlotc t*
purchase will find u greatly to their Interest to
give ni a call. "W e take pleasure in shewing our
nstruments, m giving attention to all,
whether they to buy of not.
O. S. Johnston & Co.,
4L und 48 West Fifth St.
FOUNTAIN square.
I,
CINCINNATI
W*
nmr cloth IXa
OTJR WAY
£ n ort i er to accomodate our
p^, ^ a-atiBflujto ry manner
J -, 1 QW ra teS OUT Pnce
Ligt ^ for we have made a
^ Mr 8 . Mann of
ptnladelDhia, who is going to
retire from business, to make
st
or
The
to
fl
—OK
Doing Business !
ud the balance of his fine stock
in the LATEST
in regular cus
o
tom-made goods. After going
over this fine lot ol goods we
A .. a vul COlUTBCf Calls lor
114 Overcoats, 86 Suitings,136
Pants; consisting of fine G'hin
ohillas, Beavers, Meltons,
Worsted, Diagonal, Doeskin
Clotn
and Plain
many different ways;. satin
lined, silk fronts, satin sleeve
lining, bound with velvet and
many other ways.
The suitings are positively as
fine a lot as the finest merchant
tailor in the city carries, and
the pantaloons will speak for
themselves. This lot of goods
is the finest and most complete
I line of goods that wascvcr pre
I
s, gotten up in
sented to the public by any
Misfit House in the Union,and
is just what you will want for
the Holidays. You will find
j w hen you call at the
MISFIT
PARLORS,
For the purpose of buying,^that
we ha^e gentlemen who wait
OU ycm *nct Who »MO ff»« 5 » 11
P*!™ in selecting the taste of
the buyer, and who under no
cii-cumstances are allowed to
misrepresent any article.
Our price list for this extra
ordinary fine lot of goods will
be the same as usual,and which
has been so surprising and sat
isfactory to so many of our
patrons.
No.IE. Fourth St.
WAIT FOR IT!
WAIT FOB IT
J
And on Saturday^ come and
buy from it, as by so doing you
save one-third of your
money, and at the same time
first-class ( 'uRtom
S
\V1
procure a
Made
article.
OUR PRICE LIST :
$4fl.(IO Ct'STOM MADE SUITS FOR
411.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOR 10.25
35.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOR U.OO
30.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOR 12.00
25.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOR 10.50
30.00 CUSTOM MADE SUITS FOR
10.00 CUSTOM MADE PANTS FOR
S.00 CUSTOM MADE PANTS FOR 4.00
ll.OO
5.50
Ö.00JCU8TOM MADE PANT8 FOR
4.00 CUSTOM MADE PANTS FOR
2.00 AND 1.75
OVERCOATS.
«50.00 CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS
SATIN UNF.0, *10.00 ami 18.00
*45.00 CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS
Double Twill Serge, 14.00 aud 15.00
»40.00 CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS
Satin Sleeve Lining l*.*® »nd 1.I.S0
*35.00 CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS
** 10.00,11.00 «nd 12.00
*25.00 CUSTOM MADE OVERCOATS
Salta Facing, S.50 »nd 0.T5.
Satin Facing,
MISFIT
PARLOR,
No. 1 East Fourth Street.
doitt fail to call early and
SECURE a bargain.
First Come, First Served !
Open Evenings Until 10,8sturdây's tflî H ••<)•
reprinted from yesterday
THK KCROJ'RAN WAIt
Tor«!*« New« To-dav-i...»,
Outot »angor-Wlial n„.„„ J
Lonnox, Der. j(i —The , M
moepherr continue ehar-m
rumor«. ari.ln K from thr ,.^ kp
or authentic Information. 'f|„ A ,: '''
BOterument, It la learned, h.a orSemMa''
nr«, to maintain aileu.e re(r.rdli,e o . h '
latlona of Ruaala, Anatria and il '
The Parla Journal, are heron, 1,^4', S'
to England, and now advocate !
fl 50Sp« B 5? lUb * utl »lltaure U
dÄÄ;v : ^»
Hordra^d,^" Clrdlul1 *****
Kona, Dec. SI. An armed hand robbed
paaaeoger train between Home und N». I,
Teste rday "'-'»pie»
Loxjk)», Dec. 21—The Russian Geren,'
"'"Is'l V, allay the ala™,
caused by the recent concentration of tree«
on th* frontier, assert, that auch action wE
' n Sîf* J" »"PPr-ss the 8B1U !
KllBK of prohibited and dutiable article
and other Tlolatloua of the cuatoin la*,
St: P*TKK.niHo, Dec. 21.—The Cob,,
anuouueca that the recent order, forhlddle.
Jew» to undertake the roanaueincut or con
trol of chemists' shops has been rescinded
London, Dec. 21.—The Prince of Wale,
has recel red a prtrate dlspaUh statine that
M. OambetU'a wound la entirely healed and
that his present nine*» was caused by f 4 .
tlffuc, hla condition l>eing now entirely
satisfactory
«tOVD.
Ni
U
KX-KMPKKHH KL'GKINE
Her Uevotlon to Her Country, aa
tor Her tilft; to Marimili««.
naiîusf'ate fa' iTwly whlïhcïîîrt faK
procure her many friends. She has con
veyed to the town of Marseilles the Park
and Chateau, which the law courts recently
declared belonged to her, whic h the Mar
seilles municipality attempted to deprive her
of, aa telegraphed yesterday.
Id a letter to her friend, M. Rouhcr in
strucllng him aa to the disposition ol'tlii
property, she says she has taken this step
believing that such was the Intention oilier
late husband, considering the shameful
treatment of tire ex-Empcror received at tin
hauds of the citizens of the great Freueh
seaport. This last act of hers clearly prova
the g real love she bore the country which
has refused to give her asylum.
BRIEF TELKBIIAMS.
Shomi
as
for
in
Holyoke, Mas«., Dec. 21.—John Boteou
and William Bolger have sued deputy hherlfl
Klugsburv for $10,000 each for false
and imprisonment.
Hartford, Dec. 21.—Kwong Kl the
Chtnc»e education commissioner ami author
of several works of public Interest,returns to
China next Tuesday.
Berlin, Dec. 31.—In the Hardenburg
mine, the downward chain sunport
cage ol the workmen broke. The inen were
irccipitatcd down the shaft uud 20 were
tilled.
arte 1
any
for
find
u# the
Mt. Holly, N. J.,Doc. 21.—The Burling
ton county grand jury ha» found a bill of
indictment agaln»t Ex-S*heritt Conover for
the etnbexzlcmcot of public fund». Conn
ver has tied.
Wahhinoton, Dec. 21.—Mr. Atkleu of
Louislr na 1» bURily arranging his plans to
contest the seat of Heuator Kellogg. Mr.
Acklen's frU*nd» feci »ure the seat will I*«*
made vacant.
Huntsville, Texas, Dec. 21.—A hail
6tortn last night blew down Dean'» milling
bouse, killing Albert Dryden aud four
negro women. Several other» were more nr
less Injured.
Cincinnati, Ohio, Dec. 21.—Two men
whose uaincs are unknown went into
Weatherby, Steven» ik tVa. »tore thl*
and while oue talked to the clerk th*
r» stole five seal »klu
$1,000. No arrests were made.
Decateur, Ala,, Dec.21.—Deputy l nit**«l
Htnt/*« i>«r>awui, !n«t night, r
at Gartfi
wait
5 » 11
of
no
to
will
sat
our
St.
X
•k* worth in all
tempted to arrest John W. Wilso
den for alleged violation of revenue law«
The latter tired
Wilson dead.
Lafayette, Md., Dec. 21—The (on
©ud the tuners!
Goodwlu, who skot
grcsslotml Committee to
of t'ongrrreman Orth arrlviil tl,U mornins
After brief «crrlce« at the house th. remain,
will lie taken, this afteruomi, to Trinlt)
church, Where a sermon will he preachNhy
Rrofcs.or H.A. Oobin of Aaburv l niv.rsit.
lc
"Ladles ol all axes who sutler ff
aulHitlto ; from lni|icrrccl diKfsiutu. .
and uon'uus debility may have u» »
wed aud Indomiludv cxtsmM M uJ- '
of Mr». Lydia E. Plukham s ' L ,
complainte Incident to the female eou.mum»;
Wo have not only a living lallt In «*"• •'
haut, hut wo aro assured that her mullcua
must agreeable uud ellieactoUB.
Th* Story Without
At the city of New Orleans. La..
Nov. 14th (always Toetdayi un,
SrSTSilïl A^ÄrV • ' Va., .b. .«
fatnoua warriors ultest ove» "mir own s
turcs, a foc tlmile of which I-1" 1 ' 11 '",, ws
adrortlsoment of the Oomu.uL that .I .
M,|. ,tuue. II resulted as f. ■»«»*: ' M
Kite drew ,7*',ooo, the ttrst ha'
"'!Lt U ateo Mr! Joséphine Miller
one-lftb, a. did also airs. . i ,, n|
No. Sl'J Last Md st„ New l k ' «*00
others. No. s9.8M.drow tho .Moud l' 1 ™: „
—sold in flfths-two I'J) to < tar » ?.. ..
sailor oil tho schooner Luo .^i, ar ics .Not
buryport, Mass.,and one hfth t chure
a juurneyia*n cigar maker, ijo. r l „ ra
at., New York efiy 1 on. s.nsdrei
Blso Iu Now \oek oltj. Ucktt f> uf „ hu .
tho third pria«' of »10,000, twra hn_ " .
—held by W. T. l ark, a ret estate^
In South uth "t., Plillsdcll»« 1 *^* . Ne
Emu Veldlg, ^ Ät wn>
Orleans. 1 here were »««g h .. J)Ul thin
don't want their nuiuc» hublUhcd,
enough to snooataKe othei^
VEKSOtiAL
I
I l.falll
IT
tier the ml»
J
and
you
your
time
10.25
U.OO
12.00
10.50
4.00
VTOTICE.
2D EDITION NOW "Ç^.'o. K
«A
Cmitaln« «.ver ai.«» »jaony .
SîÉSfeÂ
l'o.tal lUUicHteuip O'i itt«., 1 » . Wjr; U
ll.OO
ds; fo
»rtb prier '
y*! Ai'Urt
5.50

1.75
,1 'ForulK"
«
18.00
15.00
1.I.S0
12.00
0.T5.
R. n- y -mamifactubeb OF -
IMPROVED RUBBER HAJJD ST a.MM.
<;ar.l .tee of any «Tic, ami tnr tnti M'te ^
,,leo*-1.10 Wilmington .P« 1 »
EW
N
MEAL
BUCKWHEAT
fresh new Meal
article of
just revived a flee
—AT—
SMITH'S,
J. J
8H1FHBY STd
FOURTH AND
A POSITIVECURF k(
^' AN ' s l ÄÄ r 'f ls76 -
So. 1 «m cart
malte rViK 1 .« te"» •• »ÿïïfcin. "jltfllf
SontflS» doS»*» ** ".rlffll» I'l.utOlD.'H')''
te*.
Street.
^4>ne
and
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