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DEATHS FOR THE WEEK
The Weekly Bcport of Begis
trar Frazer.
ANOTHER VESSEL LAUNCHED
Indication*.
(United Pros, llltp.trh ta the U.iotir. !
W-sniNGTON, Sot. 10.—10 .. m.—Forth«
Middle Atlantic State. ll«tit local raina,
partly cloudy weather; Unlit,variably winde;
■tatlonary or slight fall In temperature;
falling barometer during the day.
TBEWKIIKU DEATH RECORD.
rosrtMûDsfttha, Twenty-one Births and
One Marriage.
The total number of deaths for tho week
ending at noon to-day, reported to Registrar
Frazer waa 14, as follow«: Males, 7: females
7; white, 11; black, 3; adult«, 11; minors, 3;
Almshouse, 2; Coroner's cases, 1: still born
11. Of these 12 were native born and two
of foreign extraction.
Causes of death—Cancer, cancer of
breast, convulsions, diphtheria, dropsy, de
lirium tremens, general debility, hemor
rhage, natural causes, pneumonia, strangu
lation, oue each; consumption, 3.
Classified according to age—Under one
year, 2; 3 to 5, 1; 80 to 30, 1; 30 to 40, 4; 40
to 50,2; 50 to 60, 2; 60 to 70, 1; 100 to
110 , 1 .
For the corresponding
there were 17 deaths. D
week of last year
urlag the week one
body watf brought here for intermeut aud
oue passed through the city.
Deaths by wards—First, 1; Secoud, 1;
Fourth, 1; Sixth. 3; Eighth, 4; Tenth. 4;
Eleventh, 1;
Twenty-one births were also reported for
the week—white, 6 males aud 9 females;
black, 1 male and ft females. By ward«.
First, 2; Second, 2; Fifth, 3; Sixth, 1; Sev
enth, 1; Eighth, 4; Ninth, 3; Tenth, 2;
Eleventh, 3.
One white marriage was also reported
during the week.
In
Suceessfully Launched.
ry boat Colcrado, built by the
Hollingsworth Company lor tlu^
'The fer
Harlan «&
Kaighn's Point Ferry Company,was success
fully launched at b.Oft o'clock this morning,
in the presence of Herbert C. Feltoc, super
intendent of the Kaighn's Point Ferry Com
pany; John F. Starr, president of the
First National B.mk of Camden, N. J.;
perin tend
Captai u John G. Hutchinson,
entof the West Jersey Ferry Compauy, and
Daniel Simpkins, chief engineer ol the Cam
den «t Philadelphia Ferry Company, beeldeß
a large number of WilmiugtonianB. The
vessel was christened by Herbert C. Felton,
and is 153 feat long, over all, 5ft feet beam
and 12 feet depth of hold. The work ol
completing the boat will be pushed ahead
as rapidly as possible.
Died at the Age of 104.
Annie Harding, an inmate of the Alms
house, died oo Thursday. Her exact age is
not positively knowu but it Is said by those
who appear to be posted that she waa at
least 104. Deceased herself stated that she
was over 100 years old a short time before
she died. She wa- a widow and formerly
lived ou French street between Eighth and
Ninth. Nothing is known of her ancestry
except that she was born aud lived all her
life in this State. She was buried in St.
Peter's, colored, cemetery Just beyond the
city limits. _
aemovlng a Large Pole.
To-day the Telephone Company employes
are removing the immense pole that stood
at the southwest corner of Fifth aud Market
streets. The aumpaay boring dceMed lo
avail itself of the franchises it received lrom
the Mutual Telegraph Compauy, has
changed the proposed roule of Its wires and
them on Market instead of Shipley
The result of the suit of Rumlord
will
street.
Bros., in regard to the pole in front ot their
store, will be awaited before ic Is decided
which side of the street will be used.
• •It W»hO nly An Accident."
A fish-hook m your flesh, a scissors blade
ta your left thumb, a epralued ankle from a
misstep ou a loose stone, a bruised shin by a
slip from a car platfoim, a cut on your
cheek by a clumbsy barber's razor,» coutu
slon on your elbow by poking through a
street car window, a bwelling on your nose
from ruuning against an open door lu the
likely to happen without a
1 o be ready for them,
dark—these
moments notice,
have a bottle of Perry Davis's Pain Kil
ler ready
Held lor Court.
At this morning's session of the Municipal
Court, Harry Sharplry, Esq., occupied the
bench and held Daniel Morrow, colored, In
the sum of $300 ball for court ou the charge
of larceny. Monroe l> the colored man ar
rested by Officer Marqleas, early Friday
mornlug,having In h'8 possession two chick
ens and a lot ol eatables. At the hearing
the articles were identiiled as the property
of Benjamin F. Zehley, tenant of the Latti
mer farm near this city, on the Newport
pike.
Before 'Squire O'Neill.
At this morning's session of 'äquire
O'Neill's police court Mary Worrell and
Peter Simmons were each lined $1 and costs
for drunkenness anil disorderly conduct.
James Penuingtou, colored, charged by Levi
Sterling with threatening his life, was dis
missed from custody, the evidence failing to
sustain the charge; four cases of druuken
werc also disposed of.
A young girl in Philadelphia who for
three years has been a patient sufferer with
throat, has been effectually cured by
using Dr. Bull's Cough Sprup.
Again Changed
Ou Monday, November 2*J
Samuel M. Felton will again change her
running time, and ou and after that date
will leave for Philadelphia every morning at
7.30 o,clock, and returning leave Philadel
phia at 3 p. ni.
the steamer
The "Society News" Solti.
Edgar II. Cook has sold the Society News
to H. W. Mcîntirc and William H. Ueald.
The paper
its proprietors anuounce that next week it
will appear with several new aud valyv-Afc
features.
not issued this morning, but
Low and r "-.
o- . TER II.
• Malden, Mass , Feb. 1, 1880. Gentlemen—
1 suffered with attacks of sick headache/'
Neuralgia, female trouble, for years lu the
ner.
No medicine or doctor could give me re
lief or cure until Used Hop Bitters.
"The first bottle
Neaily cured me;"
The second made me as well and strong
as when a child.
"And I have been so to this day."
My husband was an invalid for twenty
years with a serious
"Kidney,liver and urinary complaint,
"Pronounced by Boston's best phy
sicians—
"Incurable !"
Seven bottles of your bitte» s cured him
and I know of tho
"Lives of eight persons"
In my n< ighborhood that have been saved
by your bitters,
And many more arc usiug them with
ereat benefit.
"They almost
Do miiaeles #" —Mi a. L\ D. Slack.
most terrible and excruciating
and
and
and
points
p.
which
posit,
11
A PKKAIUEK SENATOR.
QuMilon of lnaltgtbUity nf the Kepi»!»«
lie*» beustor Kleoteil Iu Hoincrwt.
i Halt lmor- Sun Special. 1
Princess Axsii, Mi».. Nov. tt.—Thequea
tk»B has been raised ol the eligibility of Mr.
Thomas 8. lfoöson, the Republican Senator
elect In Somerset county, under artiele tt,
seel ion 11, of the constitution of the State of
Marylaud. This section provides that "no
minister or preacher of the Gospel, or of any
rellaious creed or denomination, shall be
eligible as a Senator or Delegate." Mr. Hod
sou was uutil lately collector of the port of
Crislleld. ITo ha« been always an active
member of the Methodist Episcopal Church,
and a local "preacher of the Wilmington
Conference. The question was submitted
to Colonel Henry Page to dav if he believed
Mr. Hodson was debarred irooi election to
the State Senate under the constitution, be
cause he was a preacher of the Gospel. Col.
Page replied: "Mr. Ilodson has said to
thut he bad resigned that posi
tion, but whether this rcslgnanation was
pro[>erly accepted or not Is a question, as
be has pursued his occupation up to within
a abort time alnce, and the resignation may
not be considered valid unites
the annual conference, which
could not bave been done. A local preacher
would, in my opiulon, come within the pro
vision of the constitution of Maryland,which
is very broad, and declares that no preacher
or minister of any denomination la eligible
to to the position of Senator or Delegate."
The local preachers license of the Metho
dist Episcopal Church is issued by the presi
dent of the conference. It is a certificate of
"acquaintance with the gifts,grace and use
fulness" of tho holder, and Is a commission
"authorizing him to preach the Gospel sub
ject to the reiiulrementa of the discipline of
the church." The Hotntiate is not authorized
to solemnize the marriage ceremony, nor to
baptize, nor to perlorm other functions of thv
regularly ordained ministers aud preachers
of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Ils 1«
entirely at liberty to give up his license at
any time aud to cease to be a local preacher
of the Gospel, as regularly ordained
ministers of the same church may do, and
go lute auother business as they have oiteu
done.
P
and
9.16
accepted by
In this case
!
eral
4.00
L
Malaria
In all its forms positively cured with Emory's
Standard Cure Mils, e never-falling remedy;
quinine or
purely vegetable, jontaiu
other poisonous agencies, endoi'sed by phy
fclciai!' and sold by druggist« everywhere
2ft and 50 cents.
CIHIUCHK3 TO-MOKKOW.
Household nt Faith, the Kov. Kulus Wendel
pastor. Preaching at lo.iic a. in. and 7.30 p. m
Bible school at 2 p. in.
Vnlon M E. Church. Preaching at 1 r 3Ta m
•t 7.3 » hr tho Kov. C. \V. Pretty mao, pastor.
Sutidav Hchool at a a. in. and 2 p. in
Klngswood M E. Chapel. Preaching at 7.3 >
by the liev. Lewis Todd; Sunday school at 2
in , George W Todd, superintendent.
St. Mark'» Church, No. 702 East Seventh
street Services to-morrow at »0 30 a. in, and
7 ; 0 p. in.: Sunday school at 2.30 p in. Cele
bration of the Holy Communion at the morning
service
Olivet Presbyterian Church,
aud Chestnut street«. Preaching by the pas
tor, Rev. Charles P. Mallery,to-morrow at 10 30
n. m. and 7.3 • p. in. At the morning service
children may be presented tor bat tissu
New Jerusalem Chureh.Delawaro av
Washington street, Rev. J. B. Purnielee.pHStor
, *l»eveloi<U3cnt of tho S,» riual
. * Exposition of
ol
P
of Adams
is
at
she
and
her
St.
the
At 10 30 a.
Degree in Man.*' At 7 30 p.
Genoa».- 2 " .Sunday bchoul at H.45 a. iu
First • resbyterlan Church, the Kov. F. H.
10.30 a. m. Sub
At 7.30 p. in , «unie
have lor youth
DuVel, pn«tor. Preaching
ject: * Alartin Luther " /
k'ud words about the trups
•n Wilmington.
st. Paul's M. E. Church, the Rev. K. H
Adams,* pastor. P
d 7.30p. in. Sunday school
m Prayer meeting at 6.46 p. m.
Uolormed Epiacopal Church of tho Redeemer
Rev. J. L EaIUu, rector. Sei vice« at 10.30 .a.
n aud7.3Up. m Moruing subject. -The Lobs
of Eyvrtlgtii Restored," Evening subject:
"Standing Alone.' Sunday school at 9 u. m.
Bethany Baptist Church, tho Kev. JI.Tratt,
at 1U.30 in. and 7.46
hing at 10.80 a
o 16 u. n
i. und
* p
...
Bethany Baptist Church, tho Kev. JI.Tratt,
pastui. Preaching at 1U.30 a. in. and 7.46 p. in
Morning suLjoct: "The Regenerating Power « i
the Gospel. Evening Subject; "Tho Gracious
''Sunday school at on.in.and 2p. in.
ftVïSSSTt K-ôv. M. À Brownson.
assistaut Services at lo 3u a in. aud 7 30 p. in.
Sabbati. schools as fellow b at 2.30 p. n».. Church
William K* Crosby, superintendent, E. H.
G ay ley, usaiHtaut; Gilbert Cli pel, Lewis I*.
Boaii. Jr. su erlntendent: Koduoy chapel, < '.G.
GraUaui, »uperiutetn'ent
Church ot the Covenant, ReformedEpi«copal,
the Rev. William II Barnes, rector. Church
services a t 10 30 urn and 7.30 p. m Morning sub
ject:'*The Fountain from which Luther Drank"
Evening nbjeet; "How St. Paul Preached the
Gospel." Gospel invitation lay service, 6.30 p
m. Suuday school U a. m* at the church, 2.30
m. at the Chapel of the Go d Shepherd, West
liming ton
luvltatlon.
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THE railroad*
\ Local Time Table Willi the Latent
Correction.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR
PHILA.-2.00». 2.23*, 6.30, 6.40, 7.00, 7.60, 8.101
\ 15 9.00.9.39,9.68, 1-.* .15, 10.30,11.63 a. Ill li.OUf,
UI. 12.45, 13.U* 1.51, 2.30, 4.00, 6.17*, 6.30f,
6.10, 6.38*, 7.26,7.30*, y.66* p. in.
Naw York— i 00* 2.23* 6.30,9.68, 11.63 a. m.
14.38, 1.61. 6.17% 6.38*, 7.26 p. Ui.
BAi.TiMoaa-l.06*, 1.42*,4.61*,8.06*, ».17*. a. in.
12.27, 1.00, l.OO, 6.00, 6.00, fl.67, 11.04* p. U».
W AHHINOTOlf—1.42*, 4.61*, 8.05*, 8.17* a. U».
1.00, l.OO, 6.09.6.67,11.04* p. m.
Baltimore and Intbrmkdiatk Stations—
1.05*, 9.17* a. m. 1.00, 6.00, 6.00p. m.
♦Train* ruanln* bath dally and Sunday,
t'l'ralns running only ou Sunday.
the
In
ar
i»iîla WAK it Railroad— 6.00*,9.061 a,m. l.lftf
J.OO*, 4.00J,6.26f d. u». No Sunday tialns.
•For Now Uastle only.
flor Wyoming and intermediate stations.
t Express lor Harrington.
Wilmington Northkrn Railro ad - 7 00 a. m
2.55, 4.01, 6.10 p. m.
DBLAWARU WfcHTEUN RAILROAD—7.05, 1.30
and
to
for
by
. m. 6.30 p. m.
TRAINS AKKIVEat WILMINGTON FROM
l > niLA--12.45.1.00, 1.32*. 4.47*, 7.46. 8.02*. 9.00,
19.12 10.10t 11.35 a. III. 12.23 12.60, 107, 2.22. 2.30
2.60, 3.66, 4.30, 4.66, 6.36, 6.63, 6 20. 6.4S, 7.3of, 7.60
9.50. 10.38. 10.6% p. m.
Naw York— 1.32*, 4.47*, 8.02 L 9.12 a. m. 12..'0
1.07, 4.66,0.4%*, 10.68 p.m.
Baltimop.b— 1.6»*, 2.13*, 9.34, 9.64,11.43 a. in
12.30, 1.6», 6.11*, 6.30*, 7.24, U.49* p. in.
Washington— 1.64*, 2.13, 11.43 a. m. 12.86,.
1.61, 6.11», 6.30*, 7.24, 9.49 p. m.
• Both dally and Sunday,
t On Sunday only.
Delà warb Railroad-- 8.60. «.60. îo.io a. m
12.40, 6.06*, 0.06 p. m. No Sunday trains.
* From New Uastle only.
her
date
at
Wilmington s. Northkrn Railroad--'.
9.48, 11.30 a.m. 0.46 p. in.
Dklawarb Wbbtkrn Railroads.jo a. in.
3.14 p.m.
TRAINS LEAVE FtU WIJ^IINGTUN
Philadblphia Nn^Biw»
News
it
Strhbt PBvm_
12.30*. 3.56*, 0,30, |SW*,8.00, 8.2l.8.86f, 10.10,11.80,
11.60 n m. HK«6, 1.32f, 3.1Ö 4.02, 4.26,
6.06, 6.20,6 r , 6.05f. 6.33, 8.30*. 9.30, 10.00 11.82
but
NBW Uastlb— 8.38, ^.36, 10.02, 11.40 a.
6.36 p. m.
in.
* Trains running both dally and Sunday.
tTralna running «nly
the
re
phy
him
saved
with
Sunday.
A train will leave Wilmington for Newark
andway stations at 7.48 a.
Newark at 8.26 a.
stations.
The Black figures denote the Limited
Ecpreos Trains.
returning leave
. for WllmiDKton and way
OUK MAILS.
Their Arrival and Departure, Taking
KtTect July 1st, 1883.
The Post Office In this city will be op
except .Sunday, from 6.30 a. m.loup.
vato boxes arc accessible until 11 p.
Sunduys open from 8.3«» to 9 33 u.
boxes accessible from 0 to 8 p.
sale stump window will close at 0.30 p.
money order office will close at 6 p. m.
ILS CLUS It AS FOLLOWS :
NORTH.
Wilmington & Northern Railroad to Reading j
Pu., ami points c. the Baltimore und Uentral !
south of OlniddV Ford, 7.40 a. m.
Philadelphia ch sod pou di, 8.30 a. in.
Philadelphia m.U waytnall, Uu. ui.
New York, Pennsylvania uud points oast ar.d
west. 9 a. in.
Delaware Weste
10 a. in.
dally,
. Prl
» On
- Private
. The whole
. The
fr*
Raili
ul to iAundcnburg
Philadtlpblâi Now York oily, Ptawylvanl*
and New Jsrssy K.60 a. w
Philadelphia, Ne» York aud ail pointe aast
and weit, l.»o p. ru.
Philadelphia, New York and ail point* sast
and west, 4.40 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York eltios elesod
pouches, w.36 p. m.
Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, anu ail
points west and soathwost 9.35 p. m,
All points north, east, west and south wes t, 1
p. m.
All Louisiana Is sent west except NewOrloaus
which is sent south on through walls.
aotJTH.
Baltimore and way mail, 7.40 a. in.
Washington and aU points south. 7.40 a. in.
AU poluts
tSuppllmontary mail for the Peninsula, 0 a iu.
Haiti more, Washington and all points south,
12*30p. in.
Newport, Btanton, Newark, 1.1kton and
Hsvre de Grace. 12.30 i>. in
Points on Baltimore Central,between Port De
posit, and Chadd's Ford, 12.30p. w.
Baltimore and Bay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m.
Peninsula north of Harriugtou. Including
Delaware City and St. George a, 6.60 p. in.
Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.60 p. in.
Baltimore, Washington aud all point* south
11 p. in.
MAILS AKR1VK AMD KHADY »OR DBLiVUKY.
Wilmington A Northern Railroad 6.80
the Peninsula, 8.30 a. m.
Fl
P From New York, Philadelphia, Washington
and all other no lut:. d.8ü p. in.
From Philadelphia, New York and point«
north, east aud west, 8 30 a. iu.
From way mall from Philadelphia, 8.3U a. in.
From Peninsula aud all north ol Harrington
9.16 a. ui.
Baltimore and way mail, o.V>
From Baltimore, 12.30 p. iu.
From Peninsula mail, »2.80 i*. m.*
From Philadelphia. Now York and |*oints
north and east. 1.20 p. in.
From Baltimore, Washington and points
south, 2.20 p. m.
From Delaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p, in.
From Philadelphia, New York endpoint*
uurth and east, 6.40 p. ro.
From Baltimore, Washington aud points
!
south aud southwest, 6.40 p. m.
Carriers dlltverlee as follow« : 6.30 a.in . , gen
eral ; Ui.io a. m.. partial ; 1.30 p. in., general ;
4.00 p. m.. partial.
Collections from street boxe« are made by tho
carriers at 6.30 and 10 a. m., 1.30 and * |>. in.
An additional collection will be made at 7.30
L m. from all boxen between Jefferson and
mbard and Water and Thirteenth streets
Inclusive. On riuuday a mil collection will bo
made at 5.00 p.ui. Local letters for carrier«
delivery should be Jeposlled in Post Office ten
minutes before the hour of delivery
W. Y. SW1GUBT. Postmaster
DKAT11B.
POLS.-In New Castle, on the 9th ln»»t., Israel
II. Kola, in the S4ih year of his »*••.
llt lHitvt-n hihI frtenas of Hi< r«mily
•iiiIi ts of the F atonic and odd K< lte
nllli-H, are re peelfhlljr lnvlte»| lo j
ul from hl« lmle rf :
Sunday afternoon,
will leave Wbmlngtaii for N
<1 al.-io
fmt»*r
lelid IH»
astir. 01
•side nee
o'clock. A n.coU trKlii
Castle ai I o'clo« k.
DPBULLS
>
2
30
of
I
H.
l or the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Bronchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In
cipient Consumption and for the
lief of consumptive persons in ad van J
ced suges of the Disease. Tor Sale
by all Druggists.—Price, 25 Cents.
H
.a.
IV
UUOFEHHMOUAL I'JKfW.
unlcFS#
lntorfuR
beliiL
tliey
said
should
little
two
all a
day
office
Del.
Nr:
JOHN
KOTARY PUBLIC, AND JUSTICE UJT THE
l'EACE.
Wart, Building, No. loi West Sixth street. Tel
C. GOUT,
•»on»* rail - -
jyta. J. N. & J. B. HOBKNB VCK,
afllcted with the effect s of MKLF-A BUS I
H MKRCUKIALIZAI'ION shvuM nothiwltete
consult J. N. .v J. K. HOBKNSACK of 2>W N.
tecond street. Pblladclphla, cither t.y m\ll cr bj
on, during the hours of 8 ». iu to 2 p. m., aio
I k
to 9 ». in.
Advice free.
Whosoever elioulrt kno » tils eon*
Il bhoui l r« »(l
I tap©
Utlon and the way
••WISDOM IN A NUT-SHELL."
»tent on reewlnt of ihre« -cent
FI AX OH.
GEO. L. WALKER,
PIANO PARLORS!
836 N. Sixth Btreet.
[NEAR FAKRISH 8T., EHILAÜELEHIAJ
ESTABLISHED i860.
NO STORE RENT TO PAY
Finest New Pianos !
Local
HAY,
Bran,
Corn
Print
Print
At one half the prices charged
in expensive stores.
READ THIS LETTER, WRITTEN OVER
18 YEARS AGO ttY LEADING CITI
ZENS OF KZ-.DING, FA:
KK ADI NO, FA., JailU.trv^l, 18fV»,
the midtTHlgned, haviig purchased
lManoR cf Mr.öeorge L. Walkerub hereby certify
perfectly but Isfl. <l
«hcmutifullv tlnUhed,
Isinnd In tune
•I Mr. Walker
artlHt of
d a gentleman w>rthy of their eonll
Wc,
• highly pleast
ill» bald Pianos. They
<t ele
that wc
Fresh
Freni»
Dried
»alt
Lar
possess a full, rich
admirably. We cheerfully rer.h
to those about purchasing if*
ability,
J AMF.S YF.MiF.tf
IIAKVEY B^ICIf,
II. C'UOUSF.,
JOHN T. ('llAID,
A A IKIN' LFin.
MARTIN GROSS,
ALLEN BECHTEL,
A. WKMM
Rib
Veal
Veal
. »KV1D E. STOUT,
J. M. NnltT fN,
JAMES T. HEBER,
AND 100 OTHER CITIZENS.
This is only one letter out ot many nun
dr ,*de I have received, all ol which 1 will
show with pleasure. Please remcmlier
I Have No Connection
With any FianoWarerooms
If you wish to take advantage of the in
ducem«*nts I oiler in selling New Pianos by
the most celebrated makers at half the
prices charged in stores be sure to call at
fie old Tillable place—GEO.L. WALKER'S
Piano PaHora, N. Sixth street,
Parrish. 8 peel u I bargains to-day In slightly
Ufe.d Pianos from lamilics forced to sell
$1000 UPRIGHT PIANO.
$750 SQUARE GRAND PIANO
$050 RICHLY CARVED PIANO
$.500 ROSEWOOD PIANO.
Kook
Blue
:ar
.$ 100 .
.$150.
..$90.
MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY.
REMEMBER THE LOCATION.
—TERMS $10 MONTHLY—

j
!
GEO. L. WALKER,
836 N. Sixth St.,Phila.
■eptl3-lf-l00
TH IBI) EDITION
Jr -rjz.
a man Torn to pieces
The Cuise of the Pittsburg
Boiler Explosion.
CHISHOLM MUST HANG
A tlimillttV.t: ACCIDENT.
A Man Torn to »'locos hy n Circular
[United Press Distich to the Gazette. 3
Oak Kiixik, Ohio, Nov. 10.—A horrible
accident occurred ysteiday at Rlckett's
portable mw mill, a i-w mile« from here, by
which William Drak^raet a shockingdeath.
He wu working arottnl the circular saw,
when hfs coat caugfy in the teeth and he
wu lnatanUy hurled on the saw, which com
pletely cut ihrougi his body. HU arma
were torn off and his legs cut almost to
pi«M9s
Wiot Is the SMfhllo.
Dispatch to the Gazelle.
S., Nov. 10.—At a prayer
meeting nearfterm&nfown, this county, last
night, Mrs. jUn Hell was standing at the
door when a loving man named Alfred Nor
man rode upV°d greeted her, asking if Bell
was there,
have Bell see Jim talking to her, as he might
cut him off fÉie found Norman going to see
her. Bell Ju^fc then appeared In front cl the
church, audiaylng: "Yes, I'll cut you off,"
he raised a loot gun and fired. Norman
horse ran a««j und after going half a mile
d ex; auated from the sad
nundrd, and wa* dragged
t before f reaking from the
mill doubtless die. Bell
[United P
Memphis,
a
•nytug he did not care to
Norm au «! i *<
die severe .1
some dlstai
stirrup,
escaped.
»I Advice Ki'JcoKul.
j INspalcli to the Gazette. )
Nov. 10.—The priest who
spiritual welfare of the con
Itentlary, called
'murderer, at the jail yester
et with tilosphemous curses,
rend father that he "cvuldn't
m on him" and that when
Mplil
[United P
.Tolikt, II
minister« L* '
vlcta ct the !
the condemn
day. and wa t
Hr told the r
«tuff anv rell
he got out and the devil would give
and make more money
Mooney,

sparring exh
Ilian 8uillvail , 'd Slade.
of Lx|»loalon.
Unllcd l*!*" Dispatch to llie Gazelle. ]
'a.. Nov. 10.—The report of
Ford,
01«, which caused such ter
gir.nd destruction of pro^ierty,
Fr morning. The substance
OB» that the explosion was
h ill)I tent quantity of water
JP* 9 » time ol the disaster.
, Dec^ _
ding *no(t Crew.
[Unit. «Mt |55patches to the Uaxette. J
FAi.Bofcf"* 1 * • 10.—The crew of the
Austrian la Rom New York for
Lisbon, ,,crc - The cap
tain rcp/njft Adan lug the voyage the Agar
col I Ided «»UP OBt B nierican f bip Florence
and t-ai.a
taken afuci
C l! "jni> 7 ».»"teli t» 'lie Gazette.]
TTtfJfi "*'OV. 10—The striking
ioiA; »• tve made propoeltlone
, l |.,AT( ) imufâcturcr», to lease
their year, the offer wan,
howevSj*«» a. ,n'*houçh the manulac
turcre?«a®; l J'J 1 1 ^* : .^ llB fr ne sR to «ell out.
PtTTBBUIll
Boiler Iuspe
«Ion at Sligo
rible loss of
Is published
of the reo
caused by »■
In the boil
the recent explo
a
iB-rward, the crew being
ra MK —
Pitt
rln Jo
to
• u
*l'hlSdJ or Chleholm.
Itclics
b.
Paid
Paid
1
Paid
.
Paid
Paid
« K
the Gaze
[Ui
«A»
. r ojf* »• Nov. 10.—Chancellor
JlS? ftie*w'lfe' f mulr3er" *nï|
unlcFS# Viovcrnor or Court of Puriloua
lntorfuR oc will be hanged November W.
j Mothen* Don't Know.
Ilu.vananv children are puufahed lor
beliiL- deouth, wllfull aud Indifferent to
Instrucons or reward#, .imply because
tliey ardut of health I Au Intelligent lady
said of (child ol tide klud : "Mother,
should How that if they would give the
little ou» moderate doees of Hop Bitter, for
two or tqai weclte, the children would be
all a parS could desire.
I Learn Telegraphy,
day or eiMlng, P. ,v N. J. telegraph, main
office lldiilbcetnut street Philadelphia, Fa.
branch d< e 50(1 Market street Wilmington
Del.
Nr:
Paid
the
IT.
ao
Ifc L»1T« IQAKRET&t
best
Local Uuottona Oorrected Dally In tha
Street Market.
HAY, VaKO. M *—CORliaOTBD DAILY BY W. J.
MORllteftO. 417 VRHMOH I9TRKST:
per bu
tit
sr cwt
At 1.10
iJ
liny..,.,.
Straw.
Gate).
Bran, dovrhlo
Cracked corn..,..
Middlings,duubfenshel
(loarso meal, . ..
Corn on
Shelled corn. ...I.,
Ground cornarn^ta
7j
M
?..
76
TOO
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. 06
■imii, ta a.
POULTRY. HT Cl.
Print butter, pci wholesale.! .20
Print " •* retail.26
" 'wholesale. .20
" ^retail....
I-dCRB, wholeKj'.Je./ deien...
Eggs, rOI, loosen.
tÜ.bàcm', Hllvrholesttle....
Obickens, dread wholesale
«IhlckenB.alivtütall .
OhlckeLs, drcaii, retail.
ribeese, whote-i-a, per pound
Oheese, relall. ,12J^
< •.
*
our
n
,26
. 10
,26
.34
.80
.12
•13 C .16
.14
.10
. 1 %

.14
.18
wholesale retail
Smoked hams,
Fresh Pork ...
Freni» Sausage
Shoulders.
Dried beef...,
»alt flitch_
Smoked baca
Bologna sauip
Lar d..
14
10
.16
11
l -
3
II
is
IS
14
16
12*
16
. 10
BHBV
Sirloin steAkhr pouna.
Rump steakHir pound.
Round stoakier pound.
Rib roast per und .
Chuck
Stowing pie«
Lolling hits
Shins,..
K'dney fat.pf ound....
Limb chops ,t pound..
Lamb roasts»r pound..
Muttou choj per pound
Mutton roasj»er pound
Veal outletüer pound..
Veal roasts, r pound...
• .20 O .2»
.16 O .18
by
JB
I p uud
i*
.16
.15
9
1 pound
.8
.88
.60
.20 n
.16 O
.16 3
.21
.80
.16
.80
.81
• .10 a .u

Spanish Mterel.
Kook fish, ppound....
White Perugor pound
Trout, per [i»d.
Halibut, pouuncl.
Cattish
Block I
Blue fish.
as
Market
PorgoUe..
Butter Dbt
. .16
1.000
.16
•VM
.16
.u
.80
■l
i, pent
fish...
. .16
. .12
.\b
M
.te
0
VaOBTABLBS.
Potatoes, r haif-pa.'K.
Hwcot nopes, par half peck..
Dabbago. r brwj.
Turnipa/ half pook.........
Corn, pjozen.
Corn, pfiuidred.
Tomato per half peck.
Tomato I»or haslet.
Pears,F|ett per halt peck....
Pears,Jtlctt per basket.
PoucluPer half pock.
i'eachper basket..,,.
14rnp4 ) er nound.
OrapWholesale, per à
AppiP® r basket........
App.» per half pock....
l» 0U i»«r basket.
Llne^fi^por uuart .
Mg|lant . .
12
_J
1.M7
or
IQ
.H
I
i I
60
10
16
80
»10
»18
n
i 8»

01
01
04
60
60
U
00
1 00
10
Or,
. 0B
08
jijiar «OCM».
'V
M
«19!
111
UM*
HI
THE BEST PLACE TO BUY DRY GOODS.
Strawbridge & Clothier's,
ClUimiâHABKCT
EIGHTH A FILBERT
PH ILALMCLfllllA.
REOPENING !
S. H. STAATS.
405 MARKET STREET,
Having greatly enlarged and Increased the buai
nesa < apaefty of 1»I» store, will reopen
TUESDAY NEXT,
OCTOBER 30TH
Elegant Stock of
NEW GOODS!
Bultable f«*r fail ami winter salts conalatlng of
Trimmings, Hosiery &
Gloves
MERINO UNDERWEAR,
HAND-KNIT
ZEPHYR GOODS
-
■ZEPHYR
Germantown Wool, Saxony &
Woolen Yarns.
COR8E r rs,
NOTIONS &C
LOU UMAX A HT A TU JLOVTMH1.
New ORLEANS, August 1,1188.
TO THE PUBLIC
iDVMtlgats for Yoursolvoa
Postmaster-General Gresham having publish d
a wilful and mallclons ialsehood In regard to the
character of The Louisiana »täte Lottery Com
pany, the following facts are given to the public
to prove l»li statement, that wear« engaged In a
fraudulent business, to be false
Amount of prizes paid by the Louisiana fctate
Lottery Company from January 1, IS79,1«> present
date:
Paid to »onlliem Rxpress Oo.. New
Orleans, T. 61. Wescoat, 6fanager... 6I.8S6.300
Paid to Louisiana National Bank, Jos.
II. Oglesbj, Preside t.
Paid to »tat« r " *
d untrue i
... 468,900
National Bank
b. H. Kennedy, President.
Paid to New (means National Bauk,
A. Baldwin, President....
Paid to Union National Bank, ». Char
i-MVr ' Dm-; ' art; cimm* "
1 resident... S7.000
Paid to tv er in a u la National Bank, Jules
. Casas rd. President. m 000
Paid to Itl »um la National Bauk, Chos.
Palfrey, Costlier. 37 qqo
Paid to Cana' Bank. Ed. Toby. Cashier i:i|i6u
Paldto Mutual National Bank, Joseph
Mitchell, Cashier...
. 126,100
88,680
Total pate! aa above.. .
Paid in kumt of under |l,Ooo at Um
varloua ofü<<« «f the «Jompany
throughout the United »tatet ..T77.. AW, «10
. Ü.8M.6Û0
Total paid by all.
For the trull» of the above
public to tlu- oflWrtol tae a
attend, and for
..ftt,UI,USU
facte wc refer the
r-u a med corpcr
< gal!ty and standlr.* to »he
Mayor and UOUers of the City of New Orleans, to
the »Ute authorities of Louisiana, and also to
IT. 8. Official* of Louisiana. We claim
legal, honest aud correct In all
ao much
l>e
transactions,
y business in tlie country, our
standing is conceded by all who will Investigate,
stock has for years been sold at
d owned by many of our

Board of Brokern,
best known and rospected citizens,
M. A. DAUPHIN, Presl
wtiVITAL riUZE, Pi.000.-w,
tit nets, only os.
»hares in proportion
h am
LomsiANA State Lottert Co.
* 'We do hereby certify that we supervise thv
arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi
Annual Drawings of The Louisiana Bute Lottery
Company, and In person manage and coutrol the
Drawings themselves, and that the same are con
ducted with honesty, fairness, and in good ialth
toward all parties, and we authorise the
pany u
our signatures attached, in Its advertisements."
com
thls certificate, with fhe-slmlet o.
Commlssloaers.
Incorporated in 1868 lor 26 years by the Lejrlsla
.for Educational and Cnarltable purDogeH
with a capital ofjl.000,000- U» which a rS??? e
fuml of over #660.00u\ias alnce been added.
t»y an overwhelming popular vote lu franchis#
by T &.°p n ™ T pie »y auL TUtWl " " d «M—
.j! never scales or postpones,
ÛÏÏ *mXuiy d *^WING8
CLASH L, AT NEW OKLKANH TITBMniv'
NOVKMKKit 1 .h W Mon™
nir.
Capital Prize, $76,000.
100.000 TICKKTB AT UVB 1XILLABM KAC».
U l, " 0r0BT10N '
2 PrUes of
fi Prises of
10 Price« of
20 Prices of
IQO Price* of
300 Price« of
600 Pricer of
1.000 Prize* ot
.> 76.001
■Aoop
K'.Of*;
U.O00
» 0.000
10,000
10,000
».000
*0,000
Ä.000
ia, 0,0
S.0U0
•00
200
100
R
AFFaUXlMAT.«».-« FHIZKh;
» approximation Prises of «9». ..
I ; ;; •» :
_J M 2aQ ....
1.M7 Prizes, amounting to. . ta«'âëâ
NKWOULBAN8 national hank,
r. NOTEH»n.| oriJln.îry' re't^r.'hT^M*
or Kxpr,-., (.n a „ ra , of ^ »nwârjî hv
prcM at our cxpcuiv) to 1,, J " b I *J
*1•>. dauphin,
■New Orleans, La.
10.780
4. «un
2.260
Or, M. A OAÜFHIN.
W fieventii »i„ Washington, D, u.
c /torntxa.
n
*
OUR FIRST NUMBER
FOR FALL.
A
You will see many adver
tisemcnU about large stocks of
Fall aud Winter Goods, and
each one will claim to be
ahead of their comjtetitors, but
we will be content to let the
readers of The Gazette know
we have a larger stock than
usual because our trade de
mands it, aud this is an evi
dence that our goods are sold
at as low prices as elsewhere,
or a little lower for same
quality.
Our Children's Stock is com
plete. We do not mean by
that to tell you we keep the
low-price shoddy goods, but
wc do have a good quality at
a very low price, and yet we
sell more of our suits from five
to ten dollars.
In our Boys' Department we
have some very stylish gar
ments to show you, while the
young men cannot help being
pleased by making a selection
from our nobby styles
We have over Forty Styles
to show you in our Men's De
partment, and now,
reader, just visit us at your
earliest convenience and let us
show you our goods, and see
if it will not be to our mutual
interests to deal with each
other.
This does not give you much
of an idea ol our stock, but if
you will stop in at
A
In
W
I
kind
-
Fourth & Market Sts.,
—AT THE—
d
a
WILMINGTON
CLOTHING HOUSE
it will give us great pleasure to
show you our goods and
prices. Yours,
Jno. W. Diefendorf & Co
000
qqo
LOOK OUT
-FOR
Cold Weather
«10
Now that the winter is ap
proaching every one should be
prepared, ana there is no surer
way ot keeping off its biting
blast than hy purchasing u
good, warm Suit and Overcoat
lot yourself or the boys. It may
save a doctor's bill and a heap
of lost time. The next consid
eration is where to get them,
and the best and cheapest place
to purchase. Now if the reader
will call at 22K MARKET
STREET, he will find as large
and varied a stock of all kinds
of Men's, Boys' and Children's
Clothing as can be found in
this city; furthermore, he will
find the prices lower than the
fame class of goods can be pur
chased elsewhere, the proprie
tor being desirous of turning
his goods into money as s^on
as possible, on the Principle
that a nimble sixpence is bet
ter than a slow shilling,
member we
when we say we can give you
the best clothing in this city for
the least money. Call and see
and you will be jconviuced.
In our Merchant Tailoring
Department we have always
been at the front. We have
a superior cutter, the best of
workmen, and guarantee satis
faction in every garment we
make. Our stock of piece
goods are too numerous to par
ticularize the different styles,
but the most fastidious can be
suited in style, and our prices
are the lowest. We make suits
to order as low as $18, from
that upward. Call and see the
styles and prices at
the
»he
to
to
l>e
our
thv
the
o.
Re
mear, business
e
0,0
«un
the Old and Reliable Clothing
House,
228-MARKET ST.-228
OÜKfH EDItToh
n
*
A RIG FOREIGN
batch
•■lie At
Interesting News by
lantic Cable.
GOOD NEWS FOR IRELAND
VUHKUl.N.
A Great Huereea—The trim,
In Australia.
[United Press Dispatches tun
1.0H00N, Nov. 10,-Mi ,,,,, „
rccetved the following dlsnateh M »7
from John E. BedmmVd, m P .. , V aW «
bourne, Australia: "The I J %•
ventlon In this city hss been a S
Tour (Mr. Parnell',) program *^ ""«*
unanimously, lam fnra.rSnêeo^'^
mall to4ay to be used In the Inh-rnS it
Land League party ln I„l»nd. I»,? ,h «
Melbourne In a few days for n.„ Y 11 lt, 't
and will visit all the prtncL|,„ï r * nc
United Sûtes, making
fore returning to Ireland,
companlea roe."
!.a ne I
•»««tie,;
in tbs
.. ? l 1 «h be
'% brother „
TU* TONqUIN Ml Dli, t
Fa« 18, Nov. IQ.—Qeucnil Uooet hj . ,
drewed * communication to Prime ft
Furry, compl»lDln K ih.i hit o£ r ,u '
Tooqtilu h»d been (11.a.irou.li Ä* ls
with by Dr. H»rm»ud, lh« civ!i . td
«loner to Frwoce, In that ceui rv
though Inexperienced in ruc" ,niu.„ ^
.Uted upon undue harte in
which were undertaken hy the mill ài!"?
with great reluctance, the S?""»
as»- Dr - ""—<1 *iu Ä.'S;
I r
k U1-.NEB01S OPPErt
Pa*! 8 , Nov. 10,-Tbc /«lr„»«v utl
that Hon. Levi P. Mortou, the Am», 1
Minuter, bu offered the «o^ ofllce. » t
United ItateR to the Cnlcece Charee d 'u
•air« to mediate between Fiance - '
In the Tonquln difficulty. The oî[ .
W î* 4* d n hut the French h
mler declined to accept It.
A 9Q(P PL'lCllAifil).
Lohdom, Nov. 10—The < u„ l rrar,t .hin
which has been deialn. d lor Mverli'd»r tp '
Qeneva, In COL Sequence of the si rite ,.r
aailora In Italian port«, has he, u pur'liurt
by a French company «, ,,i wm M t , ken |0
Maraelllea at which jnirt the emigrant» *m
re embark for North America.
k heavy raiLURE.
Ixjndon, Nov. 10—Edwaid Madison the
well-known railway contractor of Lombard
atreet, hat (ailed with lUbllltlrt ol $1,0 W,«hi
I t la reported Ural he ha» a' reonded.
A ORHMAN TUREAT.
Berlin, Nov. 10.—The/IrW.nrr 7Wr(iif.lt
Nachricht commenting on the papal de
termination to retain the Archblaboo of
Cologne and Posen in the Episcopate?, de
spite the Objections of Germany, threaten»
retaliation of a kind which the Vatican
find very objectionable.
<1 China
s At
tusj
M1XIS7EH TO WASHINGTON.
Madbio, Nov. 1«.— Senor J. Valera, the
Bp*auish Minister to Portugal, has been tp.
pointed Spanish Minister st Washington and
will shortly leave for the United States lo re
lieve Benor Bares, the present Minister.
A ■■▼OLfTION.
Vienna, Nov. 10.—The Radical« hate
started a revolutionary movimehi ugainst
Klug Milan for the purpose of securing bis
dethronement and the eleetion ol (^uoea
Natalie to the Kegeney during the miuoruy
of the Crown Prince.
TO ACCOMPANY THE PRINCE.
Berlin, N<»v. 10.—General Von IJIumen,
the commander of the Fourth Corjie, will
bis oue ol the large suite which will
paoy Crown Prince Frederick William to
Madrid.
"c:..
GERMANY AND «PAIN.
Berlin, |Nov 10.—The Vvu'»rKe Z<itung
cditorlslly alludes to the visit ol the Ur
Prince of 8pal
haps convince France taat Germany is
tonably sure of Spain as an ally in sut fu
ture complications.
n as an event which will per*
A MUTUAL I'RIENDHUIP.
Berlin, Nov. 10.—77»<r North 'Strum
Oautti says thst the motive of first import*
anc© that led Crown Prince Frederick Wil
liam to undertake a journey to Madrid wa«
the eatabllshuient of a mutual friendship
between Germany and Spain.
A Large Deficiency.
(United Press Dispatch to the »»amte. 1
Boston, Nov. 10.—Grave charges ; re
preferred against ex-Goveruor John I>. IVm
ex-president of the Portland, \ t. Railway
Company, and Joel M, Havens; ei-trea&urrr
of that Compauy. An Investigating com
mittee have reported that there Is
mediate deficiency ol Iu the Com
pany's cash account, that the hiock haf- been
overissued $$19,00«) parj value or, $»«,- WW
market and that during the lfi years incum
bency of the officers named there
bursemento of $250,000 lor which no proper
vouchers can be found. The iuvestlga^on
will bo continued, aud the parties fo^nd re
sponsible will lie prosecuted.
iui
(llS
An exchange remarks ♦Jnat "tie l> n st
teacheis are those who learn feouiething
new themselves every qay,"so we announce
this day that sev* lU i thousand important
of Df
cures have beep m- do by the
Bull'* Cough syrup.
Honor» to Itumlolpli
tUnited Press Dispatch to the Omette. 1
Trenton, N. J., Nov. lO.-The Senate
offices are al 1 closed to-day sud the I
troller's office is draped in mtmrniBj»
mark of reapect to the memory ol '
qrnor Randolph, whose funeral takr-B \
to-day.
Battli Creka, Mi0H.,Jan. li, » 9
Genti-emeu—H aflnif been uillictea
number of year« with indigestion » « E™,
eial debility, by the »dvhc of ray '
used Hop Bitter.,and nmrtfay ' bc > '•{"j,
me almoet instant relief. ■ " m K laJ
uble to tMtlfy in their behalf RN0X
For .even year. Allen's Brain J 1 "
stood the strongest tests as to Its 'Jj .
curlnn NcrvoueneM, Nervoua Drhjl .
reetorlng loot powere to the weak' 1 » |t
eratlve Sy.tem, and in no In. tauet
ever failed; tret It. *1; .1* fori«. ■ '
Kiste, or at Allen'. Fharmat), SI5 Ft -
nue, New York. _
Dr. Simme' Pa'ln Belrcher, the i"f r "J?
of pain medicine., prompt, quRFi ,
Immediate in rellevltiK eramps, :
cholera morbu., neuralKla, rheumaw ,
Depot, Fourth and King streets, a
druggie te.
Worn Ulveo oot.
receipt of yeur address wo wUl m"j'l
an offer by which you can care "
evening., at your home. M® n i
Boy. or 6lrl. can do It. H. C. Wilting
& Co., H« and 197 Fulton atrott,
York,
Immense Amount of Grntutto"' 4
tlalng.
The Postinasten General of the
seems to have been pursuaded by tho " " nter
The Louisiana »Ute Lottery Company (el v
upon a seeming crusade against t* l,s
aud favorably known beneficial, as ^eiia* j
volent, Institution. The Now York m ow -.
Sunday, Sept. 2 d, alludes to the
Ing to the u»anagoment,and intimates tja |((J
Gresham, the Post-master Ganaral. sewn» w ^
widely spreading the InfoYmation that "
can astniil the Integrity of The L f ü "ï' ,| to
»Ute lottery, and tho only tiling JO
oommunicate prior to Nov. »8th
day, the 16M)with M. A Dauphln, New Oflsa
I.a., who will give all the l u formation.
Ou
Adv«r-

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