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REPRINTED FROM YESTERDAY
Ttt*&r
Th«
except
Privat«
Sundays
boxes
sale
MILVOBD.
Oood Peach Prospect*—Shipyard* llitsy—
[Special correspondence of the GaaeLte. J
Milford, March 16.—Every farmer or
owner of « peach orchard that you meet on
the street seems to be smiling at the good
prospect of another good year for the peach
crop. There was never a better prospect of
an overstock of peaches this year. Wheat
is also showing well.
Our shipyards are iu full blast. Mr. R.
J. Lank is building a large three-masted
schooner for Philadelphia parties. Simpler
A Revill have just contracted with Ex-Gov.
Hall to build for him a three-masted
schooner, also one small vessel for Captain
James Sipple for the Philadelphia and New
York trade from this place. James Abbott
A Co, have three large vessel* on the stocks
and two small ones for the Milford packet
line.
money
Pa.,
of
New
west,
10.00
and
and
and
pouches,
points
All
1.00
All
which
All
m.
l8o
Havre
Posit.
A representative of the United States
Electric Company of Philadelphia, was lu
town last night trying to get the contract
to light the etreete for the ensuing year.
The boy Koes who was »hot by the negro
boy Martin on Monday last, is somewhat
better at this writing, but not out ordanger.
Oar Justice of the peace has not as yet done
with the boy.
anythin*
There will be « g*me of b«*e ball between
the Frederica and Milford
for the one
last, when the
two ran*.
Our house carpenter* are all bu*y at this
time and have all tbe contract* they can fill
this year. There is plenty work for more
carpenter*, and if Wilmington has any they
Tan spare let them come to Milford. They
can find plenty of work and good pay.
Our town will noon be all alive in the way
of amusements, as Abbey'* troup* from
New York will play here on Saturday and
Monday night* next. The Arch Street
Minstrel* will play here on Tuesday evening
next. They have with them the Wilmington
, and uo doubt
house.
club# in return
played In Frederica on Friday
e Milford club was defeated by
11.00
6.90
north,
9.18
north
south,
north
south
eral;
p.
L
made
ten
comedian Harry Armstrong
Milford will give them a full
LEVY COURT.
Regular Session of the Court To-Day—
Nothing of Importance.
convened in regular ses
«ion this morning at 10 o'clock' with Presl
dent âhallcroes in the chair. Mr. Taylor
offered the following resolution, which was
adopted :
Whkrkas, The Trustees of the P or have for
maty year*, aud now do publish annually, in
March, in pamphlet form, a statement of their
aooountsand expenditures and of tbe number
paupers iu the Almshouse, and
WI 1 KKEA», Auy publication ol the name in
new.-papers at the county expens would not be
justifiable or nccenaary therefore
Heuoli'eit , That the resolution passed by thh»
providing
be and the
that it is not
Lew Court
of
• Ml F
itury 24th. ItKJ,
lor such publication in newspapers
same Is hereby repealed, provided
the intent of this resolution t< conflict with any
right vested in the Levy Count to reu
any time from the Trustees of the R
itemized account of their expenditures etc.
Thomas Davis, attorney for Martiu
Walker, tbe deceased tax collector of Bt.
Georges hundred, was given permission to
inform the court
adopted in closing up the estate of the de
ceased collector and at Mr. Davis' sugges
tion the court appointed a committee cousist
of Silver's, Ellison and Öhallcrose for the
purpose of satisfying ttte judgment against
the estate so that the attorney may sell it,
a* ordered by the Orphans' Court.
The committee's especial duties will be to
examine the account- and relieve Walker's
bondsmen.
uire.
street.
both
liv
of
to the method to be
W
HI. Patrick 'm Day Concert.
From all indications the Opera House
will be crowded to-morrow evening to listen
to the excellent concert promised by the
Ancient Order of Hibernians. The proceeds
are for the joint benefit of St. Peter's
Female Orphan Asyl
Male Protectory of tbits city. Professor
Joseph Wehmann of Philadelphia will have
charge of the music and a uumber of line
singers from that city will also be present.
The First Regiment Band will also furnish
music.
and St. James'
Ice
A Kailrottd Accident.
Engine No. 53 with the entire wrecking
crew and train« left Wilmington for North
east about 11 o'clock this morning on a
mysterious errand, inasmuch a* no ;r.:
around the station knew what they were
dispatched for. Oue report was : "Only a
car ol! the track."
S.
L.
A Petition.
There is a petition at C. F. Thomas &
Co's, store for signatures, asking that the
tax on manufacturers and merchants be
taken off. All persons interested in thus
removing the nurdens from business iu this
city and State are requested to call and sigp
the document.
CHLTtCHKS TO-MORROW.
New Jerusalem Church, J. 14. Parmelee. pas
tor Preaching at 10.30 a. ui. and 7.:» p. iu.
Ices.
The usual s
Olivet Presbyterian Church, co
and Chestnut streets. Preaching by the Rev.
Charles P. Malier}-, pastor, to-m«
a. ui. and 7.30 i>. m. Sabbath school at
and 2 p. m. Young people's meeting
u. in. All are invited. Pastor's residen
lull» 1 We«t Third street.
of Adams
at lo.;
y a
Ö.4
CITY ITEMS
ChrUtiield dr Beet.
Sutterley A Co.. Photographers, 302 Market st
j
THJBi UA1LHUA1N.
A Louai Tune Table With tbe Latest
Corrections.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
PHILA.— 2.00*— 2.23* — 8.30—6.65- 7.001—7.60
—8.10t— 8.15—V.0OJ— 9.391—9.681—10.30—11.53 a.
m;— 12.00t in;—12.18—l'«.3fi—1.69—2.90!—4.00—
8.17*—6.30f—6.10—6^8*—7.26—7.30*—9.66* pm.—
Nbw York — 2.00*—2.23*—6.30—7.60— 9.60—
11.63 a. m— 12.38—1.63—6.17*—8.38*—7.26 p.m.
HaLTIMORX— 1.05*—1.42*—4.61*— 8.06* — 9.17
10.00 a. in.—12.28—1.00—I. OU— 6.00—8.00—6.67—
11.04* p. m.
Washin«ton— 1.42*—4.61*—8.06—9.17 a. in
-l.0d-l.O9—6.67— 11.04» p. W.
Baltimorb AND intbrmkdiatb htatiomo—
1.06*—9.17 10.00 a. m;—1.00—6.00 p. m.
* 'Trains running both dally and Sunday.
tlTains running only on Sunday.
\ Connect at cfray'H Ferry for old depot.
Brood and Washington avenue.
Dhlawarb Railroad— 8.00*—y.lo a. m;—1.06
—3.00*—6.26f p. m. No Sunday trat us.
• For New Castle only
t For Harrington and Intermediate station«.
Wilmington North i
a»;—1.20—6.12 p. m.
Dblawaku Wkhtrrn Railroad— 7.06—10.80
a. m;—6.30 p. m. Sunday tralnB 10.30a. m—8.00
p. m.
RAILROAD—7.20 a.
TRAINS A Ill'll V E AT WlGifllNOTON FROM
Philadelphia— 12.60—1.00—1.32*—4.47*—7.46
8.02*—9.12—9.U6—lO.lOf—11.36—12.36 a. m;—12.60
—1.07 —2.30f —2.60— 4.36— 4.66— 6.40—6.63— 6.2Ü
—6.48—7.36+—7.66—9.60—10.38—10.68 p. m.
Nbw York— 1.32*—4.47*—6.02t—9.12 a. m;—
12.60—1.07 —4.65—6.48*—10.68 p. m.
BaLTIMOR«— 1.61*—2.13*—9.84—9.64—11.48 a.
m:—12.36—1.60—5.11*—6.30*—7.24—9.49* p. m.
— Washihotok— 1.61*—2.13—11.43a. m;—12.86
1.60—6 11*—6.30*—7.24—9.49* p. m.
* Both dally and Sunday.
t On Sunday only.
Dklawarb railroad— 8.60—10.16»o.m: -12.04
—6.05*—6.06 p. m. No Sunday trains.
* From New Oastle only.
WlLMINOTON E NoKTHKKK
8.40—11.40 a. m 5—6.46 p. m.
Dblawarb Wbhtbrn Kailroad— 3.00 a. m;—
2.16 p. m. Sunday trains 9.10 a. m.;—6.40 p. m
TRAINS LEAVE FOR WILMINGTON
RAILROAD—
Philadelphia Nbw Broad Strxbt Dbpot—
12.30*—3.66*—6.30—7.20*—8.00—8.21—8.361—10.16
—11.30—M.MJ a. m:—12.23—1.321—1.32—3.16—
4.02— 4.25— 6.06— 6.20— 6.66— 6.06t — 6.36 —8.80*
—9.80— IU.QO—11.82* pm.
Broad
—10.16 a.
Washington avenue—6.30—8.00
1.30— 8.10—4.80—6.16 p. m.
New Oabtlb— 8.3:1—10.00—11.48 a. m.—4.49—
6.49 p. m.
» Dolly and Sunday,
t On Sunday only.
xriiu oiook tig
rM dsbots ihm LUnlUi)
Kspres* UftiM.
Oil* HAILS
Ttt*&r Arrival and Departure, Takln«;
Joly lut. IMS.
Th« Post office in this city will be open dally,
except Sunday, from 6.30 «. tn. u> 9 p. M.
Privat« boxes am accessible until 11 p. ui. On
Sundays open from 8.90 to 9.80 a m. Private
boxes accessible from 8 to 8 p. in. The whole
sale stamp window will close at 6.90 p. m. The
rder office will dose at 8.00 p. m
MAIL« CLOSE as follow* :
money o
Wilmington A Northern Railroad to Reading
Pa., and pointa on the Baltimore Central south
of Ohadd's Ford,
Philadelphia eloaed pouch, 8.90 a. m.
Philadelphia and waymall, 9.00 a. m.
New York, Pennsylvania ana points east and
west, 9. a. m.
Delaware Western Railroad to Laudenberg,
10.00 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York elty, Pennsylvania
and Now Jersey. 11.80 a. m.
Philadelphia, New York and all points east
and west. 1.90 p. m.
Philadelphia, New York aud all points east
and west. 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York ottlee oloeed
pouches, 9.88 p. m.
Pennsylvania west o! Lancaster. and all
points west uud southwest 9.88 p. m.
All points north, east, west, and southwest,
1.00 p. in.
All Louisiana is sent west except New Orleans
which is sent south on through malls.
aotrrn.
altlmore and way mail, 7.40 a. m.
Washington and all points south, 7.40 a m.
All points on the Peninsula, 8.90 a. m.
Supplementary mall Ihr the Peninsula, 9.00
m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south,
l8o p. m.
Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elkton and
Havre de Grace, 12.90 p. m.
Points on Baltimore Central, between Port de
Posit. Northeast and Ohadd's Tord.12 80 p. m.
7.40«. m.
and
for
Oak
Baltimore and Hay Line steamer«, 4.4« p. m.
Peninsula north of Harrtmrum including
Delaware City and St. Georges, I.M p. m.
Baltimore, oloeed pouch, 8.80 p. m.
Baltimore, Washington and all points south
11.00 p. m.
MAILS ARRIVB AMD RBADT FOR DOLIVOXT.
From Wilmington it Northern Railroad,
6.90 p. m.
From New York. Philadelphia, Washington
other pointa, 6.80 p. m.
From Philadelphia, New York and points
north, east and west, 8.80 a. in.
From way mail from Philadelphia. 8.30 a. m.
From Peninsula and al! north of Harrington
9.18 a. in.
From Baltimore and way mall, 9.80 a. m.
From Baltimore, 12.80 p. m.
From Peninsula mall, 12.90 |
From Philadelphia, New
north and east, 1.80 p. m.
From Baltimore. Washington and points
south, 2.20 p. m.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20p.m.
From Philadelphia, New York and point«
north and east, 5.40 p. m.
From Baltimore, Washington and pointa
south and southwest, 8.40 u. in.
Carriers deliveries as follows : 6.90 a. m., gen
eral; 10.00 a. in., partial; 1.30 p. in., general; 4.00
p. m., partial.
Collections from street boxes
carriers at 6.30 and lo.ou a. tu.,l.au and 4.00 p. m.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
L eu. from all boxes between Jeiierson and
in bard and Water and Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. On Sunday a iull collection will he
made at 5.00 p. m. Local letters for oarriers'
delivery should be deposited in the Post Office
ten minutes before the hour of delivery.
W. Y. SWIGGETT. Postmaster.
p. ui
York and points
mods by ths
111 A KK LAG KS.
DAVIS -CARROLL. --Ou the 14th Inst., at 406
Ra« Fourth street, t»v Re\. Alfred T. Moot»,
Joseph T. Dax In of Nrw Castle uouuly to Katie
Carroll or this city.
LKAT HY —NEWCOME—On the 13th iu*t.. In
Chester. I**., by It* v. T. Kelly. O) Kerllu
street. Ham- Leauliy .nul MUn Laura Newcome,
both of Wilininglon.
MORBWON—BENDLF.R.—On the l&th lust.,
liv the Rav. T. B. Hunter, at the home of the
bride, in Port Peun, Del., Alvin U. Morrison
of New Castle. Del., to Fannie F. Beudler of
Port Penn, Del.
UND ER TA KE RH.
ILöON'o
W
I
UNDERTAKING ROOMS,
«16 KING STREET.
Ceuuected with Telephone Exchange.
Signal No. 168.
Ice uot used unleas requested. Open alt ulght
J. A. WILSON,
FUNERAL DlKOCrOU.
2-12-14
JOHNSON & BARNHILL,
Furnishing Undertakers
S. W. COR. TENTH & MARKET, 8T8.,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
KXSIDKNCXH :
L. HARRY JOHNSON,
617 Jefferson st.
»ep29-mwf-ly-14
G. T. BARNHILL,
28d and Tatual sts.
ESTABLISH ED 1MX>.*%*
Luther W. Palmer
UNDERTAKER.
?
Bodies Preserved with or without Ice.
No. 221 Shipley
Street.
iu.
Telephone signal. No. 128.
feb8-14-ly
JJEFFNKRS
Oyster Bay and Dining Saloon
— Bssemeul of
'd*i5 MARKET STREET.
7 a.
12|nlghl.
IseSIMM
st

j No. 427 East Fourth Street.
OYSTERS IN EVERY STYLE,
ALSO FAMILIES SUPPLIED
red at all hours. Do no forget tl _
feb21-lini!2 427 E. FOURTH STREET.
TO ANTHONY'S
a.
9.17
in
Meals
No.
Q.REATRUSH
—roR
OYSTERS!
J. T GARDNER,
(XIK. SEVENTH ANDBUIPLKY BTF.
has added more help to his business, and is
able to supply all persons with OYSTERS at short
notice. Ilis wagon will deliver oysters to all
of the city. Orders left with the driver will
promptl r attended o ort2**tnl4
j.
O. M'CORMICK,
S. F.. COR. SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON STS.
—Dealer la
GROCERIES
a.
PROVISIONS.
Beat i?rm 1rs of
FLOUR, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS,
j anliM-in, w, f-14
—lu seasoii—
6.2Ü
m;—
a.
m.
m;—
m
LIGHTNING RODS
PUT UP AND REPAIRED.
Alexander & Wells,
Gravel. Tin and Plastic Roofers. Old tin roofs
re-c«ated and made good
proved Plastic Coating.
(W* OFFICE: 611 E. FOURTH ST.,
febll-1-14
new with
Wilmington, Del.
EASTER ! EASTER !
MARBLED
EGG DYES!
—8.80*
F.STIHBT.Y NKW. VERY PRE1TY.
PERFECTLY HARMLESS. EASY TO USE.
3 Bottles Make
Beautiful Marbled Colors,
Z. JAMES BELT,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGIST,
Sixth and Market Streets,
WlLMimOlVN,
DKLAWAH*.
WAM AM Ah. mn « UMUWK.
A
held
ested
by
Both
dwelt
and
He
and
of
ests,
talk
of
$100.
for
ter
8.
the
and
1
The Crusade Against
Boys.
The boy that society is hard
upon is the boy the clothier
loves best,
clothing and on his father's
bocket-book, but he is a great
consumer.
and provide for him.
invest more than $100,000 in
clothing for each season. If
anybody thinks we are to be
beaten in supplying clothing
for boys a call at our Boys'
Department and a look at the
clothing and prices will show
that we are not.
Wanamaker & Brown,
Oak Hall, Sixth And Market street«,
PHILADELPHIA
He is hard on
We think of him
We
day
be
Pa.,
by
by
CROCK Kit » m.4 RE.
NOTICE!
We have decided to close
out our Glass, C'rockery and
Chinaware business by April
1st. As we must have room
we offer our entire stock of
these goods at cost.
last
for
the
FLINN & JACKSON'S,
219 Market Street.
at
I DELAWARE CARPET HOUSE,
U NO. 509 MARK n S'fKKKT.
We bave )nst received a large steck
-OF FINE—
TAPESTRY BRUS8EL8, THREE-PLY
INGRAINS AND DAMASK
CARPETINGS
—Also s large
»riment of—
OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND WIN
DOW SHADES.
a call and satisfy yourself that we are
giving bargains.*«*
HENRY GREBE.
WILMINGTON, UR
?
J^ANE & BODLEY CO.,
GOLD MEDAL
▲ WARD*«
BV THU
ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION,
—OH THXIR
Steam Engine & Saw Mill,
tl _
EXHIBITED AT ATLANTA IN 1881.
Manufacturers of Steam Engines, Boilers, Saw
Mills, Gang K.dgeru, Loth Machines, Hub and
Spoke Machinery, Shafting, Hangers, Pulleys,
CkjupUngs, Gearing, Grist and Flour Mills.
Special attention given
ery. Catalogue ftt*.
1'Unialiou Machin*
Lane & Bodley Co.,
John and Water Sts.,
BTF.
short
all
will
CINCINNATI,
1883.
Harper's Young People.
STS.
AN ILLUSTRATED WEEKLY— 1« Page«.
Butted to Boys and Girls of from
6 to 16 years of age.
Vol. IV, commencing November 7, 1885.
roofs
The YOtnfO Fxoplx has been from the first
cessful beyond anticipation.— N. Y. Evening
It lias a distinct purpose, te which It steadily
ail here»—that, namely of supplanting the vicious
papers for the young with a paper more attrac
tive, as well as more wholesome.—Boston
Journal.
For neatness, elegance «r engraving, and con
tents generally, It fs unsurpassed by any publica
tion of the kind yet brought to our notice.—
Pittsburg Gazette.
TERMS :
HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE,
Per Year, Postage Prepaid,
Single Numbers, Four Cents each.
Specimen copy sent on receipt ofThree Cents.
The Volumes of Harper's younq People for
1881 and 1882, handsomely bound In Illuminated
Cloth, will be sent by mail, postage prepaid, "
recelptof $3,00 each. Cover Tor Young People
for 1882, 35 cents: postage, 18 cents additional.
Remittances should be made by Postofflce
Money Order or Draft, to avoid chaime of loss.
Newspapers are not to copy this advertlaemen*
without the express order i-r Harper A Bros.
Address
$1.00.
USE.
HARPER & BROS.,
NBW YORK.
dPC7 8tdâ*
REPRINTEDFROM YESTERDAY
1H1VBB»8 TOWN TAX.
A Little Browse sutl m Long Step Out ol
the Difficulty.
[b|MM*.lsl correspondence «»f the Gaset to. J
Dovbe, March l«.—Tho town meeting
held last night was as lively as a disinter
ested spectator could wish. John Bateman
presided and H. R. Kenney, Esq., acted as
secretary. The matter was first brought up
by H. C. Collison, who made a characteristic
speech, and he was followed by F. M. Dunn.
Both favored an increase of taxation aud
dwelt upon the disgraceful condition of the
streets. J. L. Heverin, amid great applause
and laughter pitched into things generally.
He opposed any one section, such as
Looker man street, securing all the
money raised for street purposes,
and charged the Lookerman street merchants
of talking in a selfish way. There were
several kinds of interests—simple interest,
compound interest, discount Interest and
self-interest. If the Town Council ain't
capable of taking care of the town's inter
ests, said he, turn 'em out. During a long
talk Mr. Dunn offered a resolution iu favor
of raising $1,000 additional, one-half tobe
placed on Lockerman street. Mr. Collisoif
offered a resolution in favor of increased
taxation, not exceeding* 86 cents on the
$100. William Dyer offered as a substitute
for these two resolutions, one favoring an
increase of $1,500, $1,000 to be put on Lock
erman street. Mr. Massey followed up with
another substitute to refer the whole mat
ter to a committee of nine with In
structions to prepare a bill. Mr. Massey's
substitute was adopted and the^ follow!
committee was appointed : George
Massey, William Dyer, Frank M. Dunn,
David Harringtou, Jeremiah M. Cannon, C.
8. Penuewlll, William Denney, A. B.
Richardson and H. C. Collison. During
the discussiou the Town Council was de
fended aud denounced and Messrs. Dyer
and Collison got into an altercation of in
tense, but only temporary, heat.
1
Li
The
f.
IN
on
A Good Appointment.
[S|M*clai correspond« nee of the Gasette. )
Dover, March 1«.— Governor Btuckley to
day appointed John R. Nicholson, Esq , to
be a trustee of Delaware College to succeed
James L. Heverin, resigned.* The appoint
ment. is a most excellent one, and Mr.
Nicholson will make a good member of the
hoard. He ia a rising member of the Kent
county barund a young gentleman of fine
scholarly attainment.-.
Leg Broken.
George W. Wood, a native of Mauayunk,
Pa., who has been living in towu for some
weeks, broke his leg at Heald aud Lobdell
streets, iu South Wilmington, this afternoon
by a fail. He was taken to the Almshouse
by Officer Cannon and Dr. Ogle who at
tended him.
010
of
Know at Ge«>rgetown.
Three inches oi snow fell at Georgetown,
last evening. This wa* evidently intended
for this city, but Wiggins' prediction has
turned the weather all inside out, aud half
the time It don't kuow what it wauts to do
itself.
It Does Cure.
The Pillow Inhaler does cure catarrh,
asthma, bronchitis, and all diseases oi the
head, breast and lungs. Many a poor con
sumptive has been gaved from au early
grave.
Sherlir* Hale.
puty Sheriff Martiu sold at Sheriff sale
at Kirkwood, the farm of John B. Nelson,
situated between Delaware City and Port
Penn to William B. Clark for $5,000.
THIS UITI MAKKKTN.
De
Local «Jnutataous Corrected Dally la tho
Street. Market.
FLOUR ETC.
Uoruootxd Daily by Tub William Lea A
Hons Company, Bhanuywinx Mill»—
flour pnr bar'l. wholesale, retail,
Wm. Lea & Sou'h 'Host' Koller Patent
" " " 87 50
Oltflon F.F.F Kxtra do 7 25
Pout&xat F. do. Family do 6 7*>
Kirk wood Roller Ground, 6 6o
Occidental
Superfine
FBBU.
Best middling,
Host «hip «tuff,
Uutllns,
Corn short«.
Bran,
Corn meal, tine yellow, 29.00
Corn meal, white,
Corn moal, coarse.
18 00
7 75
7 26
: l*.
do 5.76
do 6 UO
6 -^5
per ton.
824.60
23.80
I
23
are
80.ÜQ
28.60
aRAin.
per bushel
Prime iomr-berry wheat.
Prime yellow corn,
Screenings,
1 18
•0
88040
HAY, FXXD, XTC.—OORRROTXD DAILY BY W. J.
MORROW, MO. 417 FHKNUH HTHHKT:
per bu
cwt
per
.00 A
Hay.
Straw.
Oat«.
Hran, double bushel
('racked corn.
Middling«,double bushel. 1*00
Coarse meal
I 10
so
eu
Ml
76
C
.... 80
Shelled
Ground
ni'TTBU, BOOH, POULTRY
and oat*. 66
BTC'.,—CORRBUTRU
DAILY BY MBHH1CK, THIRD BTKBBT MA ILK ITT.
Print butter, per lb wholesale.! .80
Print .retail.40
* " wholesale. .20
' " retail....
per dozen...
Eggs, retail, per doxen.
Chickens, alive wholesale—
Chickens, dresse, d wholesale
Chickens, alive, retail.
Chickens, dressed, retail.
Cheese, wholesale, per pound
Chaese, retail, "
Turkeys, wholesale, dressed.16
Turkeys, retail, dressed
BU HP CORKRtrrBD DAILY BY WILLIAM OLAVBY,
aXCOMD BTRKHT BAREST.
Sirloin steaks per pound.
Kump steaks per pound.
Hound steaks per pound.
Klb roast per pound.
Chuck roast per pound.14 Q
Stewing pieces
Holling bits per pound.
Shins,.
Kidney fat,per pound.
Lamb chops, per pound.
I»auib roasts, per pound.
Mutton chops, per pound.
Mutton roasts, per pound.
Veal cutlets, per pound.
Veal roasts, per pound.
pour
48
Tub
Tub
Eggs, wholesale,
.40
.18 0
. 1 »
.13
.10
.16
.18
.16
.IU
.18
.17
Saw
and
. .20 O .26
.16 ct .18
.16

tt
.bo
.08
. .20
.26
.18
.16
90
.18
.20
a
. .16
!TC., OORRBOTXD DAILY BV B. O. DILL,
STALL 9, HXOOltD 8TRKBT MARKBT.
wholesale retail
. 14
. 1 «
Kmoked hams.
Shoulders.
Dried beef.
Salt Hitch.
Loins and sausage.
Fresh shoulders.
Pork steak and sausage... •
Hams.
Flitch.
Fresli hams and ttltoh.
Smoked bacon.
Nerappel..
Bologna sausage...
Liver pudding.
Lard.
16
11
u

:
16
. li
m
16
!
16
Page«.
.... 12
U
. 16
18
b
8
SO
wt
16
9
II
1885.
FIHH, OORKXOTXD DAILY BY POWELL, TBIRD
BTRBMT MARKET
H
Pike.
l^ake dhad.
HIhcocs..
Pollock.
Rock fish, per pound
White Perch, per pound
Trout, per pound
Halibut, per pound....» »
Cattish, per pound.
Mackerel, per piece.
Black fish.
Blue bass.
Terrapin per doxen.
Haddock.
Market cod.
Pickerel.
Smelts...
Yellow perch....
. .16
,10
.16
Evening
.H
.16
.20
steadily
vicious
attrac
con
publica
notice.—
.
.$6.00 O
. .08
6.00
N
.... 16
16
.10
YURiim.
Potatoes, per half-peek........
Sweet potatoes, per naif peek..
Cabbage,per head..
Turnips, per half peek.
Celery, per bunch..
-
,18
Cents.
for
"
People
Postofflce
loss.
Bros.
.8
$1.00.
.e
Trunks and Traveling Bags !
J. A. CONNER,
Reliable Harne«» and Trunk Manufacturer, hu
removed to hl» new .»re,
NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET,
where yon will And the large»! assortment o
Harne»», Trunk», Bag», etc.. In the city. Ladles
atmsassHSssF 1
janl9-i-x\w-l4
8tdâ*
We
wall rArr.tt.
BALL & CO.,
No. 610 Market Street.
(SMITH BUILDING.)
[kij
A
tailor
coat
dark
are
of
not
and
v v
4 ;
.
*
i,
V ï
V
Li
r
-
I ■
••
' Y
tr
MIX
Recognized Authority on Dec
orative Paper Hanging.
r>
The Large«, Be« and C heapest AMortnunt of
was
WALL PAPERS
rare
-AND—
and
lot
for
WINDOW SHADES
IN THE CITY,AND THE MOST SKILLED
WORKMEN
Paper an low a« 10 cent* per piece In flta
variety. Window «hades a« low a« «0 cent», l ou
«boula certainly «ee our assortment before pur
chasing elsewhere. in order that those
on March 28th be uot delayed with their work an
extra fore« of men ha» been engaged; but you
should give us your order as soon ss poMdble.
Utf
BALL & CO.,
in
on
010 MARKET ST., (SMITH BUILDING.)
^DAMB AND BROTHER
No. 604 Market Street,
—CHEAP— .
Cash Variety Store,
TOY8, DOLLS & MASKS.
EASTER CARDS
AND CUT PICTURES.
l)K\ GOODS.
HOSIKKY.
NOTIONS,
L ADI KS' A UÏNT»*
tfNDKKW KAK,
BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS
CROCKERY, TIN,
HLAtlttWAKK,
RAG, HKJMP.
INGRAIN
AND
STAIR CARPET.
STAIR ROD*,
CURTAIN«.
TABLE, STAIR and FLOOR OIL CLOTHS.
Largest and cheapest line of Lamps, Lantern«,
Varcs In endless variety. Table and Pocket ent
ry, Express Wagons,Veim-lpedutqToysorall
rtptlons, Dolls, Doll-Head*, Doll-lloilles. 1
Carriages. The LARGEBT, CHEAPEST and
BEST line of
de»
►oll
BABY CAREIAGE8 In the Bute.
—*OLX AUKNU *00—
HARPER'S BAZAR PATTERNS.
I will pay you to call and examine ou
Foods and prices before purehasinx.
8-lS-lS-48-<1*w
varleif
of
QARDEN SEED.
GARDEN SEE J)
GARDEN SEED.
A Full Line of Henderson's
Tested Garden and
Flower Seeds at
ORrPPEJST'B
No. 5, E. Second St, Wil., Del.
Hr SEND FOR CATALOGUF..
f^EEDLE
GAS LAMP
-wr
I
50 Candle-Power
'
saiger# "si
paratlve View** of annual cost of 280 C. T. In
terior lighting, by 6 "Needle Gas" Lamps 864.70.
20 coal gas leis fcil». 1 Electric Lamp 828.288.
Hoe prospectus oFgRAND ALBA LIGHT OO.
OanUallst associate« treated with. Oha ndellers
of 400 C. F. to order. Table Lamps of 80 (J. I\$8.
W. B. ROBINS,
Patentee aud Manuiacturer,
162 Main Street, (2nd floor,)
and on Change Daily,
CINCINNATI
H.Yl
"y^RAPpihG PAPER.
WOODBINE MILLS.
LABEL KEG1STEKK1«
GUARANTEED FULL COUNT.
'February üth, 1878.-%«
18 SHEETS TO THE QUIRE
STRAW WUAPP1NO,, lo 1» tell (tH.rul.r01
? Q»t«to 1 Ä'ui. S ato" l ** , ' : "*' U 1,ylre ' maiS
..•ffj."*/*.!.* " J 'r b P*P» r , »•" »»ln« «»Id wit.
16 sheets to Uie quire, and In some eases as few sb
12 sheets. These facts are uot known to the con
sumer, the paper being low In price, they do not
think of the uumber of sheets they get
bundle. COUNT your PAPER. Ask for
in a
WOODBINE,''
and tokn nothing else, as this brand is Guaran
h i n d ftr d J count, and so Is FAR
CHXAJrEB to the consumer than a lower orlced
paper, put up with LESS sheets to theQulre.
uAît l wf? r i'(iJ, 0 Ü my ü . f w " lv,: Ton "WOOD
"I"® MILLS" Wrapping, and take nothin*
else, as this paper is the cheapest in the market. *
!
Count, Quality,Weight & Color
considered. If you eannot get of the firm von
ÄTftrÄm. 1 " 1 Do not b. Induced
hu
o
1
WOODBINE MILLS
turn-im
MU»».
We Have Just Received
aumntmo
I
*
were
Her.
and
the
and
a
AT THE
MISFIT PALLORS it
No. 1 East Fourth St.
Ah
»>>
A splendid lot of merchant
tailor misfits fronf Mercher
Brothers, Philadelphia, con
sisting of Pnnce Albert frock
coat suit, single-breasted Ches
terfield coats, vests and fine
dark blue worsteds. These
are all ol the finest foreign
tabrics and made in the latest
styles. Also a splendid line
of all-wool cassimere suits.
These goods range in price
from $10 to $26, and there is
not a garment in the lot that
made for lesls than $35
and up to $50. This is a
chance and will be to
advantage to call soon
of
lie
.
bur
P 1
"
to
c
I
a
was
rare
your
and make your selections.
We have also received a fine
lot of BOYS' SUITS to suit
boys from 10 to 17 years oi
age. Some as lipw as $3.50
for good quality. Our panta
loon department iu well stocked
with the latest Spring styles
We hare also
ou
an
in all colors,
on hand quite a stock of work
ing pants as low (is $1 a pair
MISFIT PARLORS,
No. 1 E. Fourth St.
()l>en every eyening until 9
o'clock, Saturday's until 11
o'clock.
r.-ii*?»t(h
K TAKE PLEASURE IN CALLING
TIIK ATTENTION OK
W
PIANO
— ANji—
ent
and
ORGAN
NEW, LARGE and KLKGANT
Buyers to
stock, Just opened. We Offer the finest assort
ment of Instruments to bt| found In the city, at
the most tempting prices. Persons wishing te
purchase will find it greatly to their interest to
Klve us a call. We take pleasure iu showing our
«I In KliviiiK attention to all,
buV or uot.
de»
►oll
nslruments,
whether they wish
D. S. Johnston & Co,
46 and 48 West Fifth St.
J)
FOUNTAIN SQUARE.
CINCINNATI
VII
pEOPLE WHO HEAD!
Yourten tlon 4 Invited to the
Greatest Newspaper
Del.
In the West. The riyal of any in America.
-THE
Cincinnati Enquirer.
■n
44
In its columns, th<h news of the world ia
given every day in the year. II« two thous
and correspondent« located In eyery «action
of this country and Europe, are the most
reliable new* gatherers to be hod, and the
history of each day's events will be faith
fully recorded and presented to the public
ugh the Enquirei', free from distortion
prejudice.
The province of a newspaper is to record
facts,to separate truth from falsehood. How
well the Enquirer has succeeded in this
duty,we feel a pardonable p
to its files and past record
its ability aud thoroughness lu presenting
all matters treated upon in their true light.
The people of this 4ge require a paper fully
abreast of the times, coequal in enterprise,
«ml material advancement in all mercantile
aud political interbets, such will the
Enquirer continue to be. Candor and fair
nesH will be accorqed to all questions and
parties,but the facts will never be perverted.
The immediate future has in store matters
oi grave interest to all, and the general
welfare will la
I M
ride in referri
for evidesce
"si
In
864.70.
828.288.
OO.
I\$8.
0
rgelÿ depend upon the
influence« of those wiho are ftilly conversant
with the facts occuring and to occur. The
policy of the government but partially
developed by the New Administration, was
last winning the confidence of the people,
when the hand of th<i; assassin placed control
of affairs In charge of a faction whose leaders
bavé not at all timeit received favorable criti
cisms for their public acts. What the future
policy is to be, will he foreshadowed during
the first year of President Arthur's ad minis
tratiou, and presented to the public without
fear or favor. In the columns of the
Enquirer
The Weekly Edition
of the Enquirer ought to be in the hands
every farmer, every mechanic and every
toller in the land. As an agricultural paper
full oi fresh, valuable and reliable informa
tion, it will be without a rival ! A corps
contribuions has been
practical and theoretical knowledge in all
branches of good farming is unsurpassed.
We thank our readers for that liberal
supjxjrt that has enabled us to print the best
uewbpaper in the West, and ask a con
tlnuauce of the same and your assistance
making known the merits of the paper, and
In 'reusing its field Of usefulness.
of
retained whose
maiS
in
TERMS OF 8UINSCRIPTION TO THE
wit.
sb
con
not
Weekly Enquires.
One Copy, one yeail - •
One Copy, six months
>>
in a
• $1.15
65
FAR
orlced
SUBSCRIPTION RATES FOB THE
Daily Enquires.
>>
if
Vis
Sunday and Dally
Dally except Sunday
Any three Slays - - -
Any two days
Any one day
Sunday Issue -
nothin*
*
- 12.00
- 6 .
- 2 .
Color
2.00
von
Induced
Fakan & MoLean,
Publishers,
CINOINMATI O.
turn-im
•pectmenjcopies trim.
REPRINTED FROM
Yt *TlR[)AY
at HBMT.
Yumiml of Samuel lûrlan, j, Xh ,
... , -A Ur,. AU.„ rt ^ U * ,u '
I lie futtoral of Samuel l|» r |,„
* 0e î bl î 1 * ft * rD00 " I loin t ho u '' '«*
»pUlu Willard .. Ä'*? <*
«rly as la o'clock mu, Z "««I.
Idreu b.« an to coll, u |,. iil.SP? Mil
1 o-Cock the« wen. ^M*
. .««».SSI
nd» and relative. ,
""«« entered the houae wl " !i f th(
were read and brief remark» ,,, 7
Her. Blahop tee, R*v Chari™ p >"■
and Rer. G. W. bullota T|,< „J' Murr *!
waa not allowed to enter the*al. W w '
the body wee not exposed to vie»" * '" ll
The workmen In the varlon. .s„ ,
Harlan * Hollingsworth Comte?« 01 ' 4 '
preeent In souads, and a m * '
them marched In a body un * tflSJ" 01
and Brandywine Cemetery, where'tîÜ*
ment took place. A number nf .
from New York and Philadelphia Ä
preeent. Repreeentatlm f rum ÄÄ
a K manufactorlee of the city le,i
it
Ah
»>>
peraoiu on Weat etreet
of the cortege.
The nexr Trie
lie
were i„ IU
. ,Tf e WM 10 » hsuiUotae ».
taille casket covered with black ctaf
The trimmings. Including the toi
bur bundle* were of
•liver. On the center of the lid w M Ä
P 1 »*. on which we. .imply enmîï
"Samuel Harlan, Jr." At the '
small sheaf of wheat lying umu [
alto made ot straw.
.i£*L 0 ' Cl0Ck '. he •* r,lcM were eompleted
" th K* to*" " d , the "*« wu carried,»
much difficulty down three flights of it,»
to the sidewalk, the following foremenhS
the works of the Htrlsn A Holl
c «?P»«y acting »» pallbearer»:
Thom»» Johnson, George H. Csrtm*
Dennis J. Menton, Charles Wood jZ,
Carmichael, Thom»» Holt, Lewis k nj
ley, Edward Robinson, P. u. West Fno
Carson, W. H. Cornblook. George To™
I rank Hockey, Enos H. Jefferson.
At the cemetery the casket wus placedli
a large cedar caaket, which, In turn -
placed In another box In the grave.
A large uumber of carriages followed a,
body, and the serricss st tue
very brief.
J. A. Wilson, funeral director, bad dun,
of the ceremonies, which were conduct»! li
excellent taste sud good management.
n
cemetery wm
A Dslswsre .ludge.
[Eon»
Tbs Judges for Ihe bench tho* of Ik!
Westminster Kennel Club srr as follon
J. C. Higgins of Delawire City, Del.,,njl
udge tn* English setters; Dr. . 1 . if
Downey of New Msrket, Md., thr
»ml besRies; J. F. Kirk of Toronto,! sunk
some of the non-sporting elssses. IV
inaining classes are, as yet, not assigned,
although It Is nrobablr that E. steril»
of 8t. l outs, Mo., will Judge the polstert
Irish, and black and tan setters. This Ik
Is unexceptionable, and one that Is
receive the unqualified approval ot ihr n.
hfbltors.
.1 Htream.J
'
QREEN TREE HOTEL,
Twenty-second and Market
Sts., Ninth ward.
The Best Wines, Liquors and Olgar* m l
Best Beer iu the city uoustantly
lunches a specialty.
at
te
to
FRED. HAGMAYEH,
Proprietor.
GRAND UNION HOTE
[European Plan]
and Restaurant,
foblt-S-H
OPPOSITE THE PENNSYLVANIA *DEPO
WiyninKtou, Delaware.
This hotel is a new building, entirely on
lu a most elegant style,
and German comforts. Refreslimai
furnished
America A
and eatables Srst-class at fair prices,
HENRY BLOUTH,
li 0
Propi ««
fehl9-ly-!4
KING STREET.
409
Tea! Tea! Spices! Spices!
Coffee ! Coffee ! Roasted !
Roasted at No. 409 King Sri
I. DILLIN,
n bw*
GOAL, (.nil
TR A NBPORT ATION.
■n
BUSH'S
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA]
STEAM FREIGHT LINE
ia
the
this
the
fair
and
Bails daily from Pier 2. bo. Whurv.», l'hil».»M
Foot of Vrehch «(reel, Wltmlngtua. 1
CAREFULLY AÜl
PROMPTLY.
FREIGHT HANDLED
DELIVERED
COAL! COAL
ANTHRACITE !
BITUMINOUS!
cannbl!
0
to ruUll or*
«^Particular attention give
G.W. BUSH & SON?
mlO-ly28
J AM NOW PREPARED TO D«UV*>
ALL SIZES OF COAL!
-or
BUPEKIUK QUALITY FOR
—At TH«—
AT'TUB LOWEST MARKET BAT« I
the
The
was
FAklhf H
pul In cell»!»
<«*-11 rcreeusd
Ab ...
B. K TOWN SEN.
KOUHTH" 1 '
OFFICE A Y AMD, FOOT OF
It6 tU B
ao*' 1 '
le phonic eommiintcstlon w
r the cllv.
(f
all
best
and
of
QPIUM
MOHPHINE UABH
CUUMl IK 10 Tl> *> l»* ïa
f|. IU
THOUSANDS of refereucw
cured. No pay till cured.
in
DR. J. STEPHEN
Lebanon, Ohio. (ïïncir
nati.
WVll-96
65
STICK * CO.'«
Q.EORGE
TONE-SUSTA1FK«
PATENT
UPRIGHT PUIIO®
Jutncclv«*, » IM a«»«»»«' " 1M «
bratod and nnrlvUwl FUnM. We I" ^
la itaowlnx onr Bnpwb Btoc» »»III»«
12.00
.
.
2.00
ALBERT KB®
HOLE AÜKNT,
8. W. Cor. 4th & Elm St» 1 *
OllfCJUfNATL O.

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