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REPRINTED FROM YESTERDAY
I ll JK I.K4il»LATl KK.
Dolnp I« Hi« Ho««« and Senate This
Morning.
(Special db pauh to flic (Saactte.}
DoVKR. 4 su. 11 .—In the Hoose this morn
ing, Mr. Justis gave notice of a bill to divide
Christiana hundred into two election dis
tricts. The bill to enable Mr. McKay to
convey certain real estate was passed.
The following Senate bills were read a
first time:
To Incorporate tbe Springer, Moreley &
Gause Company of Wllmingtou.
To incorporate the Delaware Lumber
Company.
To give the State ten challenged» in capital
Relating to insane persons.
Increasing the bond of the Sheriff of New
Castle county, from $16,000 to $50,000.
In the Senate ail the above bills were read
a third time and passed at thin morning's
M«ston.
Mr. Cooper iutroduçtnl a bill exempting
persons convicted of murder in the second
degree from punishment et the whippiug
]»o*t.
A joint committee was ap|K>iuted to settle
with C. 8. Peonewill for repairs to tbe State
House, made under his supervision.
OEI.AW.1BK RAILROAD ELECTION.
Flection of Director« — An Increase or
Business Shown.
[Special dhpatch to the Gazette, j
Dover, Jan. 11.—The annual meeting of
the Delaware railroad wa» held to>da> at
noon. The lollowingdiroetore were elected:
S. M. Felton, Isaac Niuckley, Andrew C.
Gray, Charles Warner, Christian Febic^r,
F.dmoud .Smith, icuac Jump, H. B. Fiiblc
man, Manlove Hayes, Alexander Johnson,
James J. Ross, Alben Curry, J. Turpin
Moore. At a meeting of the directors 8. M
Felton was reflected president, ami Man
love Hayes «xîretary and treasurer.
The earning* for the past year were re
[torted as follows : Passenger*, $Ui?,5t>3.04;
freight, $400,431.77; mails, $35,0(4.06; total,
$585,078.77. The operating expenses wert* :
$416,555.14; interest, $1710,303.83; leaving a
surplus of $48,310.80. The gains in freight
reeeipts were $131,833.08; passenger fares,
$13,001.32; mails, etc., $14,403.13.
The freight gaius are attributable to the
large peach crop. During the fruit season
40,976 tons of peaches and 7,959 tons of ber
ries wem carried.
AN EXPLANATION.
The Vaccine Phyaictana Never Notified of
Their Selection.
Dr. X. B. Morrison, recently elected vac
eine physician, called upon Registrar Fra/.er
lilts morning and explained his position >:
set iorth in the Gxzette yesterday. He
stated that he had never received
the notification of his election by
Council from Clerk Fraim until he
called at that official's office yesterday and
asked for it. He thought, of course, that it
was the duty of the Clerk to inform him of
his selection, hence his delay iu getting to
work. He also reported that he had at
tende. 1 to the matter a* directed by the
Board of Health, and had fully entered
upon his duties.
The three other vaccine physiciau? also
reported that as yet the Clerk of Council
had not notified them of their election, one
week ago, the only notification they had
lielng through the papers.
The Snow in Smyrna.
s-rna Tim«-.]
The driving snow storm this looming put
tin almost complete estopple to business.
Only those who had to, made and early ven
! uro iu tbe streets. The railroad trains were
impeded, the public schools did not open
for the morning session, and the steamer
Tygert that
trip* U> Philadelphia wisely held fast to her
moorings until better weather could be re
ported. Th«- drifs are from three to four
feet d»*ep In places,' a*.d the snow is thought
to be
booked for a renewal of ber
a foot deep
came oui alfout 10 o'clock and the work of
hreaking the track was the important busi
ness in order.
a level. The
Biwe Hall Meeting.
The managers of the Inter-State has«* hall
üetiug
«»f the Association at Potts ville, January 27.
A large amount of business will be trans
acted. Tbe schedule of games will be ar
ranged, and the committee on membership
will decide as to what three clubs shall be
admitted, to make up tbe necessary number
in the Association. There are some ten ap
plicants for admission and the decision of
th.* committee is awaited with considerable
Interest by base ball men. 1 lit seeon«l meet
ing «>f the association will be held in this
city
clubs have been notified to attend a
Au liu|»ortaut Meeting.
On Thursday, February 1, the stockhold
ers oi the newly chartered Baltimore und
Philadelphia Railroad Company will bold a
meetiug at the eompauv's office, 1 lUOUhest
nut street, Philadelphia, ''to consider
agreemeuut to merge and consolidate tin
capital stock, franchise* and projterty of
said company with the Delaware and West
Railroad Company." B> means of the
consolidation proposed the new route of the
Baltimore and Ohio railroad to Philadelphia
will be complete, the two to connect w
the Delaware Western leaves this State.
in'IV
Cuptiired a Sle«l.
La*t night Officer Tucker notified a young
colored man not to sled upon Fourth street
from Market to King. The fellow' kept at
his dangerous pleasure, however, and see
ing Tucker hurriedly jumped from iiis sled
and ran. The *le«l, a well-built one, capable
of carrying five persou*, wa* taken to the
Hall, where the owner cun find it.
Sleighing to New Castle.
Last «-veuing a sleighing party of this city
consisting of twenty couples, drove to New
Castle. They repaired to th«* Gilpin House
when* a very pleasant evening was spent in
dancing. Previous to returning to this city,
they were furnished with a tempting supper.
Viewed by the Coroner.
Certificates wer«- iaaued yesterday by
Coroner 8mith iu the loi lowing cases:
George 1). Mu*h, aged 60 years, No. 508
Fast Tenth street, «leath from chronic rheu
matism; Charles James, colored infant. No.
*0* Winslow street, death by strangulation.
Th« Key bold Uhm*.
•mainder of Thursday
was consumed iu examining Groves and
hearing arguments of counsel on both sides
as to admitting a number of documents pre
sented by witness as evidence. At 1 o'clock
«hurt adjourned until 2.45.
The
session
.>I «1 and Adjourned.
The Legislative Committee of ih«- Levy
Court met in the Court House at 10 o'clock
this morning, and adjourned until January
!8, without transacting any business.
A I.eg Broken.
John ««. Knau**, baker, of New Castle,
broke hi* leg yesterday morning. **
early and while attempting t«»
hi* front steps, slipped
lie aro*«
alk down
the |«*c.
l-OCAI. I.ACOSIC»
A private slulghiog partv (■onelstliur ofeix
roupie, left the Clayton Mouse: this afternoon
hound for West Chester.
Thta mornlD'j a sleigh ufwet at Ninth
aud Orange streets, eontaining man and
alfe and a binull child. Beyond u few
brul»e& received by the child no further in
jury w as doue.
CITY ITEMS
ChrlAttielfl A Best
*<urterlev k Co.. Photographer«, 302 Market «t
vien s Underwear. Scarf*, tl öt W. Collar«
Shirts, laundried and unlaundried. Our one '
dollar shin has a reputation for excellence un I
«quailed tn this eltv. W
ftroet.
B. (.'ole.202 Market
THJB KA1LKUAXM.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOB
Rmia.— £00*— £»* — «.30— 0.66- 7.001—T.fcO
-«.lOf—«.16-0.00|-OJ»t-0.&8t-10.ao-ll.«3 a.
l£00f m;—l£16—151.314—1.63—-2.30 J—4.00—
«.17*— «JOf—ilO--«J8*-7.*J«-7.»*— 0.«è*pm
H»W YOX* — £00*—2.23*—6.30—7.10—11,60—
11.6» a.
It. 3*—l.«a-«.17*—«.»*-7.M p.m.
RaLTIMOM— 1.0*»—1.42*—4.61*— 8.06* — t.17
10.00 ». tn.—12.26—1.00— 1 .Oft— ô.Oti —6.00—6.67—
11.04* p. in.
W a airi kotow—1.42*
—V00—1.09— «.67—11.04* p. m.
RaLTIMOKB AMD IXTXRMKPlATB BTATIO
1.0«*— 0.17 10.00 a. m:—1.00—8.00 p. m.
* Trains running both dally and Sunday.
♦ Trains running only on Sunday.
I Connect at Gray'« Ferry lbr old depot.
Broad and Washington avenue.
biLAWAki Hailboad— « 00*— 0.10 a. m;— 1.0«
No Sunday trains.
»I*— 8.08-0.17 a. a;
— 3.00»— a.a»t p. ».
• For Now Castle only
t For Harrington and
Wilmivotom it Nkkthbrm lllfM» T *Ift a.
*i—1.29-4,12
InoA
tntermodiala stations.
g
ahn Kailkoad— 7.06—10.30
a. m;—6.30 p. m. Sunday trains 10.30a. m—0.00
p.m.
'.'MAIN» AUKIVEAT W loMlMHdN KBUM
PBILiD.LFBl»— 1110—1.00— 1JH*— 4.4Î*— T.4t
».02*— e.iz—D.ofr-io.tot—U.3i—li» a. IU;—12.60
—1.07 — AWt —2.60— 4.26- 4.66—6.40-6.63—6.2C
—6.48—".«6f—7.66—ft.60— 10.3» — 16.6» p. m.
Naw ïoaa—1.SÎ*— 4.4T*—t.021—9.12 a. »:—
12.60—1.02—4.66— «.*»*-10. 68 p. m.
B*J.TlMO»a—1.61*—2.18*— ».34—».64— ll.ta a.
m:—I*.»«—1 60—6.11*—8.30*—:,24— » 4.» D. m.
-WaaBiunTou—1.61*—2.13—U.43a. m:—12.30
1.60—4 11*— 0.30»— T.Ï4— ».4V* p. m.
* Both daily and Sunday.
t un Sunday only.
Hat 4 w AKK UA1LRO a i»— 8.60— lo.i i*a.m 1£M
—6.05*— «.06 p. m. No Sunday trains.
* From New Castle only.
WlLMlXOTOX a N ORTH man RAILROAD—
8.40—11.40 a. m:— 6.4« p. m.
DXLaWaRS W SSTRKN K A II.ROAD— S.00 R. m;—
£16 p. m. Sunday trains V.10 a. m.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEA V L FOB WILMINGTON
Philadelphia New Broad Street Depot—
i£30*—3.56*—6.30— 7.20*—8.00— 8.21— 8.361-10.1«
-11.30-11.60 a. ru:—12.23—1.32f—1.32—3.16—
4.02— 4.25— 6.06— 6.20- 6.66— «.06f — «.3« —6.30*
—£30—10.00-11.32* D. m.
Broad and Waskikotow avem/x—«.3u— 8.00
—10.16 a. m;—1.30—3.10—4.30—6.15 p. m.
Nmw Oahtlr— 8.33—10.00—11.4« a. tn.—1.40—
6.40 p. m.
* lfelly and Sunday.
t On Snnaay only.
IfThs black figure* denote the Limited
Express trains.
el UK MAILS
Their' Arrival and Departure, Taking
Effect July 1st. 1882.
The Port Office in this city will be open dally,
except Sunday, from 6.30 x.
Private boxes
. to » p. in.
accessible until 11 p.
Sundays open from 8.3U to v.3u a. m. Private
boxes accessible from 6 to 8 p. m.
sale stamp window will close at 6.30 p. m.
money order office will close at 6.00 p. m.
■AILS CLOSE AB VOLLOWS :
NORTH.
Wilmington kNortbern itailroad to Reading
Pa., and points on the Baltimore Gentral south
of tJhadd s Ford, 7.40 a. in.
Philadelphia closed pouch, 8.30 a. tn.
Philadelphia an.l waymatl, v.oo a. m.
New York, Pennsylvaula and points east and
west, v. a. m.
Delaware Western Kailroad to iAndenberv,
10.00 a. m.
(M
The whole
l'he
Philadelphia, New York city, Pennsylvania
and New Jersey, 11.60 a. m.
Philadelphia, N
and west, 1.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all points
and west, 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York eitle« closed
pouches, w.36 p. in.
Pennsylvania west of l^incaster, and all
points west and southwest £36 p. in.
AH points north, cast, west and southwest
1.00 p. tn.
All Louisiana I« sent west except New ( trteans
which ie sent south on through malls.
Y ork and all points east
east
BOUTH.
altiwore and way mail. 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all pointe south, 7.40 a. m.
All points on the Peninsula. 8.30a. m.
Supplementary mail for the Peninsula, e.oo
Baltimore, Washington and all points south,
12.30 p. m.
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Llkton and
Havre de (fraoe, 12.30 p. m.
Point« on Baltimore t'entrai,' l*et ween Pori de
Posit. Northeast and Chadd's Ford,12 30 p. in.
Baltimore and Bay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula nortn of Harrington, including
Delaware City and St. Georges, 6.60 p.m.
Baltimore, closed pouch, b.60 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all iKilnt« south
11.00 p. in.
MAILS AHRIYK AND RKAbY VOR DKLIVXRT.
Wilmington x Northern Kailroad,
»
6.30 p. m.
From New York. Philadelphia, Washington
and all «.ther points. 6.30 p. m.
From Philailelphla, New
north, east and west, 8.3u a. m.
From way mall trorn Philadelphia, 8.30 a. in.
Erom Peninsula and all north of Harrington
0.15 a. m.
From lialtiinore and way mall, 9.60 &. m.
Baltimore. 12.30 p.m.
Peninsula mail, 12.30 p. m.
Philadelphia, N
north and east, 1.30 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south, £20 1». m.
From Delaware Western Kailroad. 2.20 p. in.
From Philadelphia, New York aud points
north and east, 5.40 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south and southwest, 5.40 p. m.
Garrlers deliveries as inflows
erai: lO.oo a.
York and points
y
Y ork and points
: 6.30 a. m. gen
., partial; 1.30 p. m., geueral; 4.00
p. m., partial.
Golleotions from silroet boxen are made by the
carriers at 0.30aud lo.ooa. m.,1.30 and 4.00 p.m.
An additional collection will be made at 7.20
p. m. from all boxes between Jefferson aud
Lorn Im rd and Water and Thirteenth streets
inclusive. On Sunday a lull collection will be
made at 6.00 t>. m. Local letters lor carriers'
delivery should be deposited in the Post Office
ten minutes before the hour ol delivery.
W. Y. WWIGGLTT. Postmaster.
\\
ILSON'o
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
616 KING STREET.
Cennected with rêlephone Exchange.
Call -.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON,
Funeral director.
2-12-14
Q.REAT RUSH
Ml
OYSTERS!
J. T GARDNER.
COR. SEVENTH AND SHIPLEY STS.
ba* added more help to Id* business, auu
able to supply all person« with OYSTERS
uotice. Hi* wagon will «leliver oysters to all
part* of tlie city. Orders lelt with the driver will
be promptly aitended «». octa-'mlF
i i»
QPIUM
MORPHINE HABIT
LURED IN 10TO 20 DAYS*.
THOUSANDS of references from persons
cured. No pay till ('.mud,
DK. J. STEPHENS
Lebanon, Ohio.
nati.
Cincir
1 mvll>24
I BODLEY CO.,
J i
GOLD MFDAL
AWARDED
BV THE
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION,
,
i
—Ox Till
Steam Engine <fc Saw Mill
,
'
EXHIBITED AT ATLANTA IN 1881.
HSi
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bpi ciul attention given to Plantation Machln.
we.
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Lane & Bodley Co
John and Water Sts.,
CINCINNATI, O,
WAX AM A* MR # BROWN.
Overstocked in
Underwear, Collars
and Cuffs.
Having an excess of the
following goods in our Men's
Furnishing stock the prices are
reduced one-third and one
hall to move them quickly.
They are exceedingly cheap :
75 dozen Scarlet Flannel
l ndershirts and Drawers re
duced from $1.00 to $1.00
each.
75 dozen Canton Flannel
Undershirts and Drawers re
duced from 50 cents to V?5 cents
each.
25 dozen Moleskin Work
ing Shirts reduced from 75
cents to 50 cents each.
300 dozen 4-ply Linen
Collars reduced from $1.50 to
$1.00 per dozen.
300 dozen 4-ply Linen
Cuffs reduced from 25 cents
per )>air to two pairs for 25
cents.
25 dozen Heavy Muslin
Night Shirts reduced from
$1.00 to 65 cents.
Wanamaker & Brown.
Oak H
i t, Sixth xnd Markst Str«-# t»,
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A Hank President Arrested for Fraud and
Kinbezr lenient.
Jkk.sk y City, N. J., Jan. 11.— Garrett S.
Boioe, tiie President of the * impended City
Bank and Treaaurt-r of the Fifth Ward
Having« Bank, which ha« also clewed IU
doors, waa taken before Police Justice Still
ing at the Gregor)
morning, on charge* of fraud, larceuy and
embeulement preferred by 8. M. Trap
berger and G. A. Wood. A warrant was
iaaued.
Boicc waa arrested at hi« rwldence, »ant
cveniug, by Chief of Police Murphy, but
accouut of hU ill health and the latent*« of
the hour waa permitted to remain at home
in charge of police.
When placed In the dock this morning his
face wore an expression of despair and his
hands nervously clutched at the Iron railing.
When asked to plead by court, the prisoner
answered : "I desire to waive examination
und give bail."
Boire hç«l no bail ready and the court
said it was not an ordinary ease and de
clined to fix the amount of bail. Ilolcc was
remanded.
When Boicc left the court room E. 8.
Cowles, lawyer and superintendent of the
Hudson county Sunday school, shook biru
warmly by the hand.
The charge against Bo ice is stealing $'J45,
000 in bonds from the Savings Bank und
trausferriug them to the City Bank.
Edward-E. Shaw and John W. Beach,
cashier and book-keeper ofthe City Bank,
also said by Boicc to he implicated in the
thett oi the deposits have not been
arrested.
Washington Williams has been appointed
receiver by Chancelier Runiou. He "is also
receiver of the Colon Merchants and Lal>or
ers' banks, and the Homestead Bank lor
Savings.
The defalcation* are said to amount to
oyer £1,000,000.
r Street Police Court this
THE FLN OF HUNTING.
Experience of Two Young Men in Maine
in the WildernenM.
Bangor, Me., Jan. 11.—Martiu Daley
ami George Cutler, youug men, left here on
Oi tober 24 lor Aroostook wilderuuss,
hunting aud ilnhing cxcursiou. They
turned a day or two ago.
They say everything was all right until
the lutter part of Novcmlter when they
hemmed in bv a heavy snow storm while
visiting their traps, and had their feet frown.
They reached camp in
dition after a terrible journey over snow aud
ice.
W hen they had recovered sufficiently they
started for the nearest settlement. Ou the
Hrst day's journey Cutler nearly lost the
sight ol both eyes by the accidental explo
sion of a cartridge and l>aley had to lead
him the rest of the way. Cutler is a son of
the President oi the Maine Henate.
"li .1
re
v, I re
exhausted con
Damage by the IVind.
Veka Cmz, Mkx., Jan. 1!.—A strong
north wind Is blowing here doing consider
able damage. The American steamers
•lame* Agery and the Teresa have bee
wrecked on the coast.
n
The breakwater
dyke, in course of building, has been totullv
destroyed.
Mi y
woman ami would contribute
influence to redeem humanity from it*
uinberless ills, make all thing* else subor
dinate to health. If you posses* this lne-titnnl.le
. "U tun) Itan-uiit the same and \
offspring uiay rise up and call you blessed. To
*ec«.ri* this it will be well to seek the motherlv
countenance of Mrs. Pinkham. Lvnn, Ms«* *
TUB CHX MAKKJCT8.
Lo«al Quotations Correcte«! Dally | U (he
Street Market.
VLOUR »TO.
Gorrbotwd Daily
,, „ Thk William lra k
Sstre Uompaky, Kkandtwik, Mills—
VL-DK rKR H.VB'L. wholesale, retail,
Wrn. Lea &. Son's 'Best' Koller Patent
♦6 tsj
«7 40
üllflon F. F.F Kxtra
Poutaxat F. d«». Family do
Kirkwood Koller Ground,
Occidental
Superflue
ma.
Best middlings,
Best ship alun .
Gutlins.
(Torn shorts,
Bran,
Oorn meal, hue yellow, 83.60
Gorn meal, white.
Goto meal, coarse,
«io
6 75
7 25
»> V .
6 75
«
to
do 6 26
db 4 00
per ton.
6 76
4 !r0
I a
»
t:
i •
1 11
P«r hundred.
:»4 5«.
2 16
1 VSQ/U 03
«RAIN.
Prime long-t»erry wheat.
New dry corn,
MAY, VKKD, KTC.—CORRRCTKD
. 417 PKKNc
per bushel.
I os
57
DAILY
n «TRjcrr:
MOp.Row,
flu
J,
>er ewt
A 1.10
Hay.
Straw...'.*,**.
t»ats. ....*.*!!!!!!
Bran, double t<ushel....
(trucked corn.
Middling*.duunio busbei
( -orn
Shelled r«»rij
< Hound «so
18
76
7"
75
and oats.
• •. 65
I, . II r _ v , WÏULTRV, KTC..—CORRKCTKO
DAILY By MKhrtKK. THIRD ftTRÜKT MARK KT.
I .36
XU«.
I'llnt butter, per 0. wholesale i .30 fft
! I * r, l ut " ' ** retail.^ q
" wholesale. .28 ^
.4 .
.38
„ v , * " retail...
Lggs, wholesale, per dexen ..
Lggs. retail, per doren.
Chickens, alive wholesale_
Chickens, dr«s«e,d wholesale
Chickens, alive, retail.
Chickens, dressed, retail.
Cheese, wholesale, per poumi
Cheese, relull, •• - _
Turkey*, wholesale, dressed..
Iurkeys, retail, dressed.
BKEr coRRxer
.40
,:io
.11
.12
.1 .
.12
.13
.14 (,0
.18
.7
U
IS
. J 4
.1«
. .10
.is
DAILY BV W
SECOND HTKUKT MAKRXT.
Sirloin steaks por pound.
Kump steaks per ]>ound.
Bound steaks per )>ound.
Kib roast per pound...
Chuck roa-*t per pound_
Stewing pieces.
Hilling bits per pound_
Kidney fat,per pound.
Lamb chop.«, per pound...
Lamb roasts, per pound...
Mutton chop*, per pound.
Mutton roasts, per pound
V eaj cutlets, per pound...
Veal roasts, per pound_
illiam clayey
• .«I <ti .25
.16 Q
.14 ft
•16 (if .12 R
•H © .10
.18
.20
.1«
.60
. .20
.26
U
. .15
.12
.16
.90
.•Jt
. .1«
.18
X KTC., (UltlUSOTMD DAILY BY 8. U.
STALL 9. SECOND HTKKKT MAUKKT.
DILL,
wholesale
.. 18
retail
•Siuuked ham.-.
»Shoulders.
Dried beef.
Salt flitch.
Ixjlns and sausage
Fresh shoulders...
Fork steak ;
Hams.
Fit toll.
Fresh hams and flitch
Smoked baejn_
Scrappel.
Pigs feet.
Bologna sausage..
Liver pudding....
j Lard. . ....
j VISH, COHUKCTKD
j Pike.
! Luke shad
! Slscoes....
Pollock...,
Kook flah, per pound .. . .
White Perch, per pound
Trout, per pound.
Halibut, per pound.
Catfish, pe
Mackerel,
Black fish.
Blue bass..
Terrapin p
Haddock...
Market cod
Pickerel_
Sravlts.
; 17
14
!
1
16
IU
16
11
Y4H
d suusage
I.
l:
16
12
14
. 12
14
1
18
H
16 .
w*
13

VKI.L, THIRD
rRMin
;kt.
. .16
.15
12
a
<•0
.15
-WiQ
.16
.12 Q
r pound,
per piece
.M5?
. 12 >*
$5.00 a
dozen.
fl.oo
15
! -
VXOXTABLKR.
PoUtoe.-, per half-pock.
Sweet potatoes, per half peck.
Cabbage, per bead.
Turnips, per half peck.
Celery, per bunch.
.16
I
N
York Mark«!«.
î" ORK ' ,Iun * H.—Flour, firm; No. 2 .Stute
M...ia3.j&; superfine, do. f;.2fia:5.6u; superior
Western. $2.2&«3.5 ö. »ponor
Wheat *1.1*4$ .lanuary: *1.13k FebniHrv
Corn; Januiirv, 88*jî: February, 671..
Oats; January. 40; February. 46*,,.
2J2» ftl 7 n :. u j'" terD ' 66H7ft ; State, 60a72.
Barley, dull; No. 2 rowed Stute, w»V;
trad Ina lU; nnni,nal : unchanged.
Card. February, »lo.fri; Starch, »iu.no
Äa-.s r "
Sugar, quiet ; fair to good refining: 6 ? ^a7.
Lggs. steady; State, 28* 2V: ester n,
N<
27X28.
CLormnm.
To-day & To-Morrow.
At the Wilmington Clothing
Home, Fourth and Market
street», we will present to every
purchaser of clothing one oi
our placques—"Red Riding
Hood" or "Morning Prayer"
—as a 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 an
overcoat for the child, boy or
man who has not yet bought.
Prices and quality will tell,
and we will tell you our lew
prices when you call, largest
stock to select from. Do not
tail to visit us.
Yours truly,
Jso. W. Diefendobf & Co.
N. B.—Kilt Suits at a sacrifice.
MISFIT VLOTHIXO.
Important Notice!
-TIIE
GOODSMUSTBESOLD!
FURTHER
Orders I'roni Headquarters.
DON,T HOLDBACK FOR HIGH PRICES,
BUT SELL. MORE GOODS COMING.
Seventy-five of the finest suits that have
ever l»eeu offered for suie in Wilmington will
be put U|K>ti
of the finest Cheviots, Caaslmeres and
Worsteds iu single and double-breasted at
prices to suit all, and orders to make another
reduction in our Overcoats. Sixty-nine jtair
of the tiuest Pauts ever offered for sale.
Those having use lor these goods will find it
to their advantage to call at
examine tbe stock at the
counters to-day, consisting
aud
MISFIT
PARLORS
No. 1 East Fourth Street,
*
ONE lX)OR BELOW MARKET STREET.
Mr. J. DeWoli is constantly in attendance
here he will be please«! to meet bis friends.
^_ junH-75
1 vela wake carpet house,
1 ' NO. 309 MAUKKT 8TKECT.
We have just received a large stock
-or
TA l'EàTKY BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY
INGRAINS AND DAMASK
CARP iü'l'ÜN ÜS
—AIbo a large »BS#rtiu**ut of—
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS 'AND WIN
DOW SHADES.
u« a call aud sall*i y yonnwlf thaï w «• arc
givLng bargain.
HENRY GREBE,
WILMINGTON. DK
\ A GIbTI
f J
Handsome ( uni with
i-ach can ; in sbrnc cans
ire ticket* for Handsoinu
Picture Book an«l two
Water Color Paintings,
size 10x20; in sr
a ticket for a nte
ing Watch.
Ask Your Grocer
For It !*
vulesJ'
•me « ans
i-wind
/
^OVVD^
..
- _ _ dnrtl (fcr«j «n
POSITIVE CURE Only Two Bottles.
K oit
atarri
■sSei saafi? ÂiH,rioW '' 1 lr "-'
One Jiottle.
u. F. Liops
Dr.
wltho
till o
„ .the slight'
dlef. On«- hot
I Ely** (
Mild the
v«dce is
r

"fuity
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HAY-FEVER i;ÄwrS-!,„
[««tail.d»n. , dl Ähf r r',".uTu'
>llîl-uV7 »l'J' l'.lbdiK A thorough .
Hlîb. u l * !,, î , 5 etl for cold« 111 h«-a*l. Aar«-«
By null 50«'. a parkage— siaiîmt. hy ,lv
« -ÇL Y 'N«.' R KAM BALM L«
."f*'V O.Wi
Im
«* realized
rent
declS-i
,'n. v.
J^EEDLE
ÖAS LAMP
—OK—
50 Candle-Power
,
?
W. B. ROBINS,
Patentee and Manulacturer,
162 Main Street, (2nd floor,)
and on Change Daily,
CINCINNATI
uiyll-lfit
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YOUNG FOLKS.
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Mdlng for their children, aud jouug folks who
travelan«l adventure, historical
amt 11 armless 1 w iff Si u l*th Ïm- * *i n* ' ^t^Nic lïtî!
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>uiig folk*
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* 'The Tl NKHAM Hkotiikks' Tidx-Mill."
iv^..!n.V7 hv T. Trowbridge, former
* Tine Story <»k Vitkai;."
An bNiorir,, 1 n.velum 4,r K | r | and |»oy life in
he Util ««ntury. Hv Frank It. Stock ton, firmer"
teÄ " Su Nbhola*,'' auther «,i
"Rudder Grange, * ' •
"ThkStohy of Kouin 14001»."
An iKcount of the fanion-, veom
I lioniph«.h, author of The Witch«
*»*«. Kv Maurlc«
ry ©f A rchtry. "
"Tint 8 TO BY or TURjriKLD OK TUE OLOTII-OF
By K. H. Brookh. To be lllustratc-*l
remarkablu picture«.
*'A liitAXD New* Notion."
with many
|, A capital
.1\V. V 'L *î la >' £V William M.
thoroi lit*Majt-bty, Myself, " etc.
"Swept Away."
A serial «tory oftlu- BIi«»D*ii U .
by K. ». Eills, rnrmvrly ..lltur o?
tu Thompson."
i i)m»l*
1882.
*Gold«-u Day»."
prepared ror •'Si. Meliula»" by Mis» TUiîlnp'on"
"WIIKHEWaK VlLLIERSf"
a JBB5 ÄfcÄf. ">
•The Bov at thk w
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d 1 lie Boy Kmlgranty. "
KDIF.S FOR riULDKKN."
Brook""author of • fö* ffidW&«| »ÄL \ »7
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"Tub False mu Santa Claus."
Prepared « \pn ö .d> f«
holiday 11 me».
The
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young folks : nanc
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for be
partm
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NEW YORK OBSERVER,
NKW YORK.
110
8.
L.
decî-2t
REPHINTIO FROMVtfTBa DAy |
HUHN ICO A1.1V K.
The Lbt of Victims of the Newh*n
IHaaeter Nat l'at Made Out
Milwackbk, Jan. 11.—It | h *tate«i
morgue thl. mornlug tb.t the
probably bo held to morrow. Thr ,1,}
narlly neat little placr, with IU wl.Ue
ana marblr floor U> day look» like « bm.w
.bop. Men are buaily engaged " £235
half nude bodies, and buckets of blood^ ^
taken out at IntervaU and emptied near ,h
door. Tbe naked form of a worn," J*
hrud and brraat crushed and
baa a piece of paper laid on tbe bare
with tbe simple wool« "N or a Klani»^
The body of a woman 45 year, of
unidentified, lay» near It. She had'ij«
literally eut In two, having been lmnalrdî
a telegraph pole and mutilated by win* 7
her mad leap from the flflb »tory. || Pr
U only one of a dozen other».
Hou*
There «u » strange »eene when
Hilbert'» body reached the morgue
wa» the wife of John Gilbert the actor »Io
the Minnie Calmer Company. Ile L, ,
native of Maiuuu hiuctte. She wa. lorraen.
Ml.» Gertie Button, of Blood'» Depot »J
ben county, N. V. '
Mr*
A FIEND.
An lrl.hman Hid he ldenliSed the ( ( ,rh,
u that of hla daughter and began 8tr |., t r
the iparkllnK from IU flager, ,2
wrenching Jewel, from tbe earn. At the
moment Mr. Gilbert'» mother reached th,
»eene and recognized the body ol he
daughter-in-law. The grlef-»tricken 0 U
lady and tbe robber confronted each « 1 »,
and the pain I ul arene amid ik,
gha»tly aurrouudlnn created the greatw
conlhaloa. Mm. Gilbert'» bo«ly w ni i,
taken to New York. Mr. Gilbert i* M
better thl. morning, and ran hardly rr
cover. Nothing hu been heard of \V y
Wiley, lormerly piMenger agent of th,
Michigan Ontral iallroad at Detroit, ul
the fear grow, that hla burial place u a
common with that or eighty or n hundml
other».
Nothing can yet he learned of IV. ü
L ewla, another well-known rallr .ad mu
formerly paaaengvr agent of the Wat*»
road at Chicago.
on.nggT improvimo.
Since the lut dlapatch Mine Minnie Hduw
hu stated to a reporter that John Gilbert';
eoudltion la Improving. He regained n*
aclou.new* thl. morning and recugniiM
friend, around him.
rntl
LOOKING KOH ItODIBft.
The police kept up tbecordcn lines »round
the charnel house all night. Most ol tk
time they stood in a heavy snow storm ahld
came down softly in large white flake*.
The searehiug party is not yet lulli
organized, but u body of 10
allowed to liegin the search shortly aihqï
o'clock. The work is difficult asevervthluf
is covered with Ice and snow. IFuriiig th*
first hall hour a number of human liodi*
and portions of bodies were dug out *u»l
placed in police patrol w agons and ilrivra
to the morgue.
FOIlfclON NOTES.
Htauiey Arrives at Congo-WMidiut; u\
Uie German Prince imperial
London, Jin. 11.—Captain Gambier n
ports that Henry M. Stanley has arrived t!
Congo and worked 150 miles up thaï
A dispatch from C'upe Town say* tk
Colonial Parliament has been summoned u
meet on January 19, to consider the Basut*
land question.
Pahis, Jan 11.—Grand Duke Nicola« will
represent the Czar at the silver wedding J
Prince Imperial Albert of Germany.
Bkklin, Jan. 11.—The city of Grau, ot
the Danube, Is completely flooded. Tin
waters are rising rapidly and the utmo*
consternation prevails.
Di bi.ix, Jan. 11.—Richard's linen factory
at Lisbon, is burned to the ground.
tn-i
A Diahouent Soldier.
Washington, Jan. 11.—»lumen Nichols
Callum, a prominent lawyer, fortnrrln
•juartermaater of John A. Rawlin*' I'ufi.
G. A. R. Department of the Potomac, nul
treasurer of the Union Veteran Corps, *
charged with the cinbexr.lement of fund*o! I
the Post ami with usiug illegal check*
Criminal proceedings will be begun again«
him. •
Conductor* Houacod for Framl.
Chicago, Jan. 11.—The Chicago «V Allot
roa«l has h«*en busily cngag«'d for tin- |>M
t«*w days iu wielding the. scalping kullr
among its passenger conductors,
been dropped from the pay-roll. It i»
claimed they have been giving the company
about one-tbird of each fare collected, anJ
that the tleficit from this cause is $50,000 «
vetr.
Five l*«w
TKLKUKAPHIG IIKKVITIKs.
Phovu.em k, K. J., Jan. 11.—The Brick
layers' Convention recommend union 1 - u*
vote for eight hours a dav without regard i*'
wages.
Nkw York, Jan. 11.—Charles E. The.
the actor, still lies in a critical condition.
A police alarm hag been sent out
Fannie Wallstadter, missing.
Dallas, Tex., Jam 11.—In a fight
woman at Palestine, last night, J. Dar« uuJ
A. Jnhiisou shot T«>m Black and burned Id*
body. A woman tobl the police.
/ (OFFER ! COFFEE !
too HA(58 OF ELEGANT
LAUYA YRA, RIO,
MARACAIBO AND JAVA
COFFEE8,
dual received. N
D the time to lay In
lor th«- Winter, and to buy cheap Koto
ORIPPEN'S
—tea btore
No. à, E. Second St., Wil., Bei.
1883.
Harper's Young Peoplk.
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY— 1 « Pap
Halted to Hey. and Olrl. of from
6 to 16 year« of ag«*.
iv, commencing November 7, 18#*.
«•«•TkVm t' been from lit« Hast t-ur
bejond anticipation.— K. Y. Evenln»!
Vol.
adhJi^K "t'hmî'l® 1 to which It «leadUî
U 4 ~ lh l lt ' »""»eiy Of MUpplaiKlux the vlciou*
pap«.rN for the young with a' paper more attr»>
- ve * ttB we R aa inure wholesome.—Host' 111
Journal.
. ,îfî >r H, '*t | *«iKh, elegance of engravlug. an«l <*»
tent* gem; rally, it l# unsurpasM-d by any pu bill'»
kind yet brought to our notice.
■ I
of the
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TERMS•
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IMS! amt 1882, handsomely bound In Illuminé«' 1
ÜÄ# W l Ä 8ei,t . h * 'fl« 1 ». Post»»» piwaid.
r^ .!K 0 îr* 8 ' 00 . '* ac!l * Cover for Younh l'XOPLK
w'^7; 1* cent« additional.
Remittance« should be made by Posb'rtl'«
Money Order or Draft, to *vol«l chance of l«» b -
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Addns*» ******* oravr o* HARP SB A HR«"
$ 1 . 50 .
HARPER & BROS.,
NEW YORK.
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JOHNÖON Ä BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers,
8. W. COR. TENTH Jt MARKET, 8T8-,
WILMINGTON, DHL.
KBSiDXiroBS :
L. H
AKKY JOHNSON,
Jefferson st.
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O. T. BARNB1LJ .
2Sd and Tatnal «t«.
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