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SECOND EDITION 6.14 WHY HE WAS BEATEN m. 6.10, Officer McConnell Gives Some Peculiar Reasons. MORE OF THE WHANN CASE lndlaaUou,. lUalMd P rw w DMp«lct, U> the O.MU..Î Wabcikotoh, Not. 14.—10 m. m.— Forth. Mid-lie Atlantic St»te* cloudy, cooler weather, i.lu or enow; northwest winds, rising barometer. THE WOUNDED SKHUKANT. 2 ■la condition To-day—A Kaason Gl.an The eondltloc of Sergeant McConnell la reported mooh improved today, although ha la etui anabla to be out. The two men arr-eted this morning on suspicion of hav ing been implicated In aeeaulungthe officer, Elmer North and William Lawler, were taken before William Lawler aa the man who made the aeaault, and also Identified Brown and North a* companions of the as aallaut. The whole matter baa a very mys terious look about It and will only be straighten»! out at the hearing on Friday night. One of the reasons gtven for the asssult upon McConnell, on Monday night Is that tho Sergeant was out bis beat on regular night duty with out hla unlfoim. If this la the correct salu Uon It seems queer that the Chief should make such a terrible effort tosuppresa all knowledge about the affair. Usually when one of hie offleen la beaten while attending strictly to hla dutj, the proas Is always given all tho point* without the slightest hesitation sad which give the officer all the credit poealble. Why this was not done In McConnell', case is very atrango. The explanation about the uniform may bo correct, for tho Sergeant has been heard to any that he would not wear the uniform usually worn bT the police, a thing be his followed atrtctly. He la the only member of the torce who has never appeared In the uniform prescribed hy Council. Posalbly be attempted to make an arrest, and hla as sailants thinking him an ordinary cltlxe-, without authority, resisted, and hence the assault. I. tin st. Alarks Fair. The fair cf the 8.. Mark'« P. E. Church, in ihe second «tory of the 8mHh Building, wa» partially opened last evening. Quite a **rowd was in attendance and bu«lnc»« was brisk. The room 1» neatly trimmed and the table« are well stocked and aro presided over aa follow»: Fancy table, Ml«» Ella Iloode, Mi«« Frankie Curlett and Mr« Julia Boyd; fancy table No. 'J, Ml«« Laura Kckel and Mr«. Î*. A. Grubb, useful article table, Mrs. C. 1C. Card, Mi»« Charlotte aud Miss Josephen« Beatty; Benjamin Murch. The Cook refresh aient«, post oflke 1« crecLd lu one corner of the room and i* uuder the management oi Messrs. E. II. Eckel and William 11. Ewing assisted by Miss Lizzie K. Boyd. The com mits e having charge of the lair 1» Mi»« N. A. Grubb, chairman, E. If. Eckel, Miss Ella Iloode, PI«» Mary Evau», Miss Charlotte Cook and Mrs. Charles Card, aud the pro ceed» will be devoted to the erection of a new house of worship. It will remain open ior two weeks from to-morrow, by which tlmd the arrangements will have been com pleted. Grand Lodge Convocation. On Thuraday evening, November 32, the Grand Lodge, A. O. IT. W\, convocation will take place in this çitv. The Wilming ton lodges of the order are making every effort to make this meeting a grand eucre»b in every particular, and for this purpose have secured the services of a number oi local talent. The Grand Lodge will meet In the Workmen'» room and transact lu business, after which the members will ud jouru to the Institute Hail, where a program, consisting of reading», vocal »elections, etc., will be ren dered. Joseph C. Smith of i'enosylvaniM, Grand Foreman of the Grand Lodge will make an addre»» aa will also several other speaker» of wide reputation. After the public meeting a banquet will be spread at Lewis & Farra'e restaurant where all the delicacies of the season will be served iu abundance. 'squire O'NellPa Court. James Collins was arraigned before 'Siuire O'Neill this morning ou » charge oi a4*ault and battery preferred by Hotter Anu Graham. The plaintiff testified as to the assault, and a physician stated that her jaw for medical treatment aud that her body wo« covered with numerous bruises. Em Virginia Jone« Shaw was a witness for the defense. Coll «um ol $200 for his appearance ot the next lerm of the Municipal Court. Ball A Company have just finiahed papering the haud»omo residence of Mr. John H. Adams, on Dela ware avenue. Theaorkis said to bo the finest ever done In our city, and the ceilings, with the lovely hand paintings in corners and cem re«, look a« though one of the old master» had been lending tils geniui to in crease the marvelous beauty of this already beautiful heme. Mr. 8. I. Mclntire had charge of the woik, aafcisted by M(tsrs. William I Browu and J. F. Joue». s broken when rhe applied to him was held iu ball in the Ilow to (Jet Sick.—E xpose yourself <loy and night, eat too much without excrcipo, work to hart! without rest, doctor all the time, take all the vile nostrums advertised, and then you will want to kuow How to Get Well —Which is answered in three words—Take Hop Bitters ! (episcopal huu<iny Schools. The annual gathering of the Episcopal Sunday school* of ih * city whs held last evening in St. Andrew's church, and was participât od iu by eli tho Episcopal minie cere of the city. Bishop Lee made au ad dress, in which ho included Martin LuUier'e boyhood. Of the Many Kemcdie». before the public for Nervous Debility and weakness oi Nerv« Generative System, there ; equal to Allen's Brain Food, which promptly and permanently restores all lo-t vigor; it never fails. $1 pkg , (I for $5—At druggist or st Allen's Pharmacy 315 1st ave-, New York. is Ik Will Not Beidu.e. Governor J. P. St. John of Kama» will not be able to lecture iu Wilmington tor the W. C. T. U., this fall, as arrangements have been made which will occupy all hi* time while Ea6t in lecturing in Boston and other cities in Mafeachutte. property Sold. On Friday last tbo Sheriff of Cheater ruunty, I'a., told the personal property of Thotnafi Wliaon, Jr., 4be phosphate manu facturer at Lindenbcrg, for 93,100. The >*ale wo* ordered by Ibosc on whom Mr. Wbaun. Jr., raiae l note*. MeDridMi Condltlou. The condition of James BcBrido, the man who met with auch a horrible accident at J. I'ark Fo*Ilea morocco factory on Friday Uht, U slightly improved although he atffî In a very prostrated condition. Saie ol Hors«*. Th« »ale oi horse a aud carriages at the inart of W. Y. Warner, Maryland avenue and Beeck aUcut u,i* moraine, was well attended and good prir«» weye realized. CB« HAlLHOAtW l'H AIN S LKÀVF fiuomoM roK PHU.4.,-2.00* 2.23*. 3.30, 6.40, f.OO, 7.W, S.lOf 6.14 ».00.6. W. P K «*-66,1»' .14, WJ0.1I.43 ». m U-OCf, m. 11.44, 12.»* 1.44, 2J0, 4.00, 4.17*. O.Wf, 6.10, R.86*, 7.26,1.80«, 0.46* p. n». Naw Yowt-4 CO* 2.3S*. fl.80,6.46,11.46 ». B. 18.88, 1.64, 6.17», 6J8*. 7.26 p. B. MOEB—1.06*,1.42*,4,41*,6.04*,0.17*. 4. B. 7,1.00, 1.08. 6.00, 6.00, 6.47,11.04* p. m. W JSKIHOTOB—1.42*, 4.41*, 8.04*, 8.17* ». B< t.tO, 1.00, 6.00.6,67,11.04* p. m. HaLTIMOKM AMD lHTÂJlMBDIAT» »TATtO*»— 1.04*,8,17» ». B. 1.00, 4.00, 6.00p. m. *Tr»ltti running ootn daily and Sunday. t Trains running oaly on Sand »y. MiO.TJMORB-l.06* iWta««Sl !UlU(Oit>— 5.00»,9.0St a.m. List J.no*,s.ool,s.ï4tp. m. No Sunday train«. •Tor New Castle only, t Tor Wyoming and Intermediate stations, t Kaprons tor Harrington. WiLutwuTvw Norruaaa Kaiutoao—T.00 a. m 2 60, (.01, S.10 p. m. Balti.mohx a FaiLanatratA RatuoaD-r.M, 10.SO a. m. 6.to p. tc. TBA 1HÜ AUUiVAat WULMIWOfON FROM PBULA -.UU4.L0Q. l.OT*. 4.47*. 7.44. 8.02*. 8.00, t».M 10.107 11.85 ft. m. 12.23 12.60, 1Ö7, 2.22. 2.S0 2.60, 8.66, 4.30, 4.66, 6.86, 6.63, 6.20. 0.48, 7 J6f, 7JO 9.60,10.38.10.68 p.m. Niw York—LOT*. 4.47*,6.wt, 8.12». B. It'« I. 07» 220.127.116.11*, 10.66 p.m. H ALTIMOR*—1.61*. 2.18*, «J4, P.64,11.43 ». m II. 00» 1.61, 6.11*. 6.80*. 7.24, 9.4P» ». WAUHnroTOW—-1.64*, 2.18, 11.48 ». B. 12.86». 1.61, 6.11», 6.30*. 7.34, 0.4V p. m. * Moth dally »nci Hun*)»/, t cm Sunday onl?. Dkla warb Railroad-- 6.f0, 9.40. lo.io a.m 14.40, 6.04», 6.06 p. m. No Sunday train*. * From New (Jostle only. ■ WiLMIROTOM fi North »RR ÎUILROAD- fi 40 9.48, 11.30». m. 6.46 p.m. OALTIMOKR a Pit IT. A DELPHI A K AILROA I» —6.00 2.16 p. m. TRAINS LEAVE TOR WIUUNUTUN PHllaADRL1* H IA NlW HROAD HTR*RT |)«rm 12.80*, 3.66*. 6,30, 7.20*,8.00. 8.2l,8.86f, 10.16. IL8P, 11.60 ». u\. 13.86, LWf, 8.16 4.02, 4.3», 4.64, 6.20,6.6'*. 6e06f. 6.36, SJO*. 9.30, 10 JO 11.12 p. m. NlW UaBT1.R~-8.86, 9.34, 10.02, 11.46 m. m. 6.36 p. m. » Train« running both dally and Monday. tTr»m* running only sn Sunday. A train will leave Wllmlnaton for Newark antiway stations at 7.48 a. Newark at 8.26 a. in. fur Wilmington and way •tatioua. Ht» lllsek flfarM lisants the Limited Eapreee Train*. Totnruing leave a OUR MAIL». Their Arrival »"d Departure, Taking Effect July UU 1H83. The Post Office In this city will Iw open dally, except Nun lay, from 6.30 a. ru. to » p. tu. Pri vate boxes are aocoftdble until 11 p. Sunday« open ftorn 8.Î t>oxe« acco.NSlhlu (Tom 6 to 8 p. sale «Lami> window will close at 6 30 p. office will close at 6 p. m. mails clohk ah follows : SOUTH. Wilmington A Northern Katiroad to Iteadlng Pa., aud point« on the Baltimore and Central south ofChaddV Philadelphia oh «ed poach, 8.30 n. m. Philadelphia and waymaii, u a. in. New York, Pennsylvania and point» east and west. 9 a. in. Delaware Western Railroad to Landentmrg Philadelphia, N and New Jersey. 11.60 a. m . Philadelphia, New York and all points and west, l.ou p. m. Philadelphia, New York anl all points east and west, 4.4U p. in. Philadelphia and New York cities closed pouches, 9.3ft p in. points weft and PuulhweBt Ü.36 p. m. All pointa north, oast, went and southwest, 1 on 9 30 a. m. Private . The wliole . The oi N. a money Kurd, 7.40 a. in. York city, Pennsylvania east the oi meet lu ud ren will the at the iu All Loui«Iana lisent 't except New OrleAoa which if »ent «oath on through malls. SOUTH. Baltiraore and way mail, 7.40 a. ni. W'aahiiiHion aud all poiuta south. 7 40 a. m. Ail point« ou the 1'outnsuiu, 8.30». m. Supplimeuury mail lor the Penimula, warn. Halu mure, Washington nud ati points south, 12*80 p, m. Newport, Ntauton, Newark, Elkton and de Grace. 12.30jp. m Hall imore Cent: al.between Fort De posit, und Chadd's Ford, 12.30p.m. Baltimore and Bay Line «teamen*, 4.40 p. m. Feuinsul.» north of Harrington, Including Delaware City aud St. George i, 6.6t' p. m. Baltimore, closed p«>uch, 6JO p. m. Baltimore, W ashington und ail point» south 11 p. m. Hi Point* 4ro:u WllmlngUmA Northern Railroad 6.30 p. ui. From N oi to her body the next Dela the old in had MAIL8 ARRIVA AND KXADY FOR DRLIVKKT. York, Philadelphia, Wa^hlagtou ». north, east and west. 8 50 ». oi. From wp y mail from Philadelphia. Ajoa. i From Peninsuln und ail uorth oi ilnxrlngi< 9.16 a. in. him ; Baltimore and rray mall, 9.60 Froui Baltimore. 12.30 i< m From Peninsula mail, 12.U0 u. m. From PhlladolphlH, Now York nud pointe north ami en>t, l.uo p. m. Prom B.ilLiunro, Washington and i»olni# south, 2.20 i>. in. From Delaware Westoru Ha 11 rond. 2.20 p. m. From PhlladolpUa. Now York and point« north and east. 6.40 i*. m. From Baltinjorc, «uuiti and ^jutLiVu.-rt, Currier« dlllvtrle*- h oral ; 10.10 a 4.00 p. CollcotUm« from street bo carr! An uddiUoual ooJlecih n. in. fr in nil b< I the o rondo by the ., 1.80 aud 4 p. ni. nlll bo uiadoNt betwoon Joifersvii .1 Thlrtoonth riroets day a full collectiou irlll Do Local lutter» for carriers VVashlngton and )K>ints •êi foll'lvr* : 6.30 a.ro . , gen rtial ; 1.30 p. m., geuural ; i 1 .• t 7.30 UoraDani ;:is.| W iue slve. Da made at f-.CH) p. delivery should ho deposited in I vet Office ten mluuto« beforo tho hour of delivery W . Y . SWKIUÊr, *'oBtiu»«tor <loy the last was minie ad diatiis. LYVAM -a* hi, lfti Joh < R. Tho el itlv v it« d r, aU. Metier Newport of 1,1* age. rispeoifu lv In* ThuVbday iho l >tb :■ Mill ye •1 fiirndi or.il o 1 ' <»'«d rk a DP BULL'S and there which lo-t ave-, will the have time other For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,! Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Croup, Influ-1 enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, In-S cipient Consumption and for ihe re-1 liefofconsumptive persons in arlvan-! ced r.ugc-, of the Disease. For Sale! by all Druggists.—Price, *5 Cents. Cheater of manu The Mr. j man at J. Friday \ !» ; the avenue | well | Fl.OUn, VEGETABLES AND FHUITfl ! J O. M OHMIC &, COB. BEVENTH AND JEFFKIUJON STI. —Dealer In— G ROGER! K8 —AND— PROVISIONS. I Kcfct grade» of Til jjjtr 0 oovê. Hi A mily uary for C, the I be bad I ^ o . f 1 i* Kaur' THE BEST PLACE TO Bl'T DRY 0OO1». Strawbridge fit Clothier's, EIGHTH A KAItKRT • P1IILAUKLHHIA. ElOUTR A ril.BF.llT A REOPENING ! S. H. STAATS. 405 MARKET STRtET, f the ',*um Uarlnjr grv»l1y enlarged and Inr ne*« t apacitr of hla aturc, wlU reopen haa TUESDAY NEXT, OCTOBER BOTH With an Elrgaul »lock of of a Is NEW GOODS! Hnliable f*r fa land winternalf*»con»l»tloK of Trimmings, Hosiery & Gloves, MERINO UNDERWEAR, HAND-KNIT ZEPHYR HOODS, ZEPHYR a Germantown Wool, Saxony & Woolen Yarns. CORSETS * NOTIONS &0. ft AS os. GEO. L. WALKER, riANO r AULOHS! 83G N. Sixth Street. LN'EAR PARKISU 8T.. PHILADELPHIA] ESTABLISHED i860. NO STORE RENT TO PAY Finest New Pianos ! At one-half the prices charged in expensive stores. READ THIS LETTER, WRITTEN OVER IS YEARS AGO BY LEADING CITI ZENS OF READING, PA: iikadi.no, i*a. , dannaryiss, i»'>. Wc, the uWeniigneil, having purchased Piauoa cf Mr.George L. Walter,do hereby certify highly plea»c<l aud perD-ctly «atlstled heautliullv finished, 1 stand t intend Mr. Welker artist of that with «aid IMauoa. They I>ob •*•<*« a full, rlrli admirably. Wnciiaerfullyrw to tho«* aiMiut purchasing PL ability, and u gentleman worthy or their conti» dencr. «1 cl«*: If. (TtoUHK. .lulls J. CRAIG. A A RUN MARTIN G HUM, t . « . Hu AS. ALLEN DEÇUT EL, JAM EH YF. VO ER, llAHVKY IHIICII, A. WKItKIvlN ' . , DAVIDE. STuUT, ! ,i. H. NuKTuN, El R. JAM Em T. UK HER, AND 100 OTHER CITIZENS. ! This i» only oue letter out o! many nun ; I (Ireds I have received, all of wldcli I will J show with pleasure. Please le member I Have No Connection I ! I With any PianoWarcrooins 11 you VIlull to take advantage of tint in ducemeute I oiler iu selling New l'ian* the most celebrated matters at half the j price« charged in store* be »me to call at , I tho old reliable place—GEO.L. WALKER'ri * Piano Pallors, 8ÜÖ N. Ölxtli fctreet, near j Parrish. Special bargain* to-day in slightly ' used Piauu* Iroia laiuille« ioreed to n ell 1 by ; | xidt, I Z 1 ,™' I $1000 UPRIGHT PIANO. $750 SQUARE GRA N I > PIANO fO.YO RICHLY CARVED PIANO 1500 ROSEWOOD PIANO. ..>150. _* 00 . MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY. REMEMBER TUE LOCATION. —TERMS $io MONTHLY , ' , GEO. L. WALKER 836 N. Sixth 8t.,Phila. 1'My.Wi I r>t N. MELCHIOR . -GUNSMITH No. 214 King fitreet, _ ° Has for «al* llRXKCU and Mczälb LOADIN a U IN" R g Offtli make«, revolvers and cartrldgi Flo^ nickel-plaU?<l revolvern, ti.cft. ! f'*r breech-R »d'rur guns, glass bails amt frai filling taeV'e. Kepalilng iloneat eliort of all klmN. ser*l4-> — ; Trunks end Traveling B?.g" ! I J. A. CONNER, BMlablo Harnes« and Trunk ilan u facturer, Las removed hi* «tore. HO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET, üie larXMt MBortment of Siemen ' «roekatbooks aSUŸv' hi «V opplni 'ÄÄWfSKitfS' where Harn« and ■ J Sïft Til l RI) EDITI ON WORK FOU A HANGMAN Several Murderers Sentenced to be Hung. CRUSHED BY A LOCOMOTIVE SKMTKNUICM Tl» Ht BAMUKU. A NuiuIhii 1 ol 3lur,t.r.r. Srnlenc.il 0, a .urala Court, tUttUcil I'rc- Inn-licit f.AVANSAii, (Ja., Nov. 14.—Jim Crum, mily Las In-on acuti-uced to be hanged Jan uary 1, for '.lie i under ol James Mitchell at Ohaunrey last 8 p'eo.ticr. Ambro« Wesi bss been sentenced to be handed Norrm'.-cr 30, for the murder of James Monroe tit Worth county, last Sep. temher. William Lowery will be hwged fa the same day. be bau ged on December SI, for the murder of Herbert H. Keruben, a butcher. In Juno Isst, near Georgetown, S. C, Cot was an employe of Krioberts, and the two were going down on the Santee to butcher a cow. I be next day Co bad born Uro» rlr«r. Investigation ehoweil however, that Uetuliert» neck liad been broken, and Cox waoconvicted of mutdvrlug him. 1 - e Oaiette. 1 ppllng county Jerry Co* will A They started together, and x K-tururd, say lug Uembrrt ned while emlmmlng the A Hull for Libel. Î United Prck» DLspMcb to thr Uasettc. ] Keauino, Pa , Nor. 14.—George Smith, Jr., of Colon D wtudiip, who recently bad a struct fliflil witl Contrn Bferaun Ermeutrout, haa aurd Colon id McClure, ol the Philadel phia 7Ym<«. for lit»el In calling ërulth » eluprat-r and vet tilatliig hta alleged method. He ta» aluo »ued the Herald Warranta temltog trial« g dtllcal eadlog proprietor« on a »linilar charge. § ol arieet have been ieeued and In auttclpated. A Driver Killed. [Called rrca» Dispatch to the Uaielt*.} YoüxoöTow.r, O , Nor. 14.—Yea(erday, about noon, at LnwelrUle Station, tho south bound etprtss went craahtnx into a wagon of llmeatone, a! moat instantly killing Wat son 81tvcn, the driver. One of the hjreee a a« kill« d and the other badly Injured. It Is claimed by l yhtaiidera that the engineer gave no atgnab for the crosslug and they had no warnlojr until the train wtt§ upon them. Cr|i*!ir«l to Death. Dispatch to th>' Giue'te. Clf.vki.anp.IO., Nov. 14.—Henry .Moore, a roll!* g oill laborer, was crushed to death under a locomotive yeaterday. Tho«« who »aw the occideik »ay that Moore threw blin »elt under tho (fnglne with suicidal Intent. He was horribly mangled. An lndtftcrcit man Is like an unsealed letter, everylioly can read him, but the wlac? man «ecuretb in tit. e what in time he will surely need—a bottle of Dr. Bull's Cough Hprup. [Untied F For Farmern. Furo ground s«g« in large or small quan tlti» « Hold by Dmforrh, druggist. Second aud Market street«. Trusses a specialty. Th« liflconl of Laut Mouth*« Drawing. State Lottery Company, shows a largo distribution of prizes. The inait ngeineut was entirely in (lie hauda ol IP n'la Hiaar.'KHrd »tnl Early. They aon» ticket No. 33, W.M (sold In lift ha at 6 1 each »drew the lirst Ciipitii 1 prize of 8.6,ooo; on -tilth, fVÖ.OW. wua collected by Mr». M. P. Hayer, of New Y rk city ; another llfth, or $16, WiO hy Air Tho». Mattellaoe, allkoot New York elty: also iceomUcapUaf prlreTot* t^!V.nn)5* 1u?d*wa7 alao »old in ftittiF:o!D> to H* Ü. Itichnr. «on, eolleetcd through J. ft. Unrk A <Jo., Hungonsot Mead» die L* Woolery, PhiladolphU. I*a ; ■- M i telle 1, a well kuown stove 8'*Al"».t, N. A' , Washington, Ticket n o. 6U,4W drew the third 810,0«0,sold in ttltha. Of The I»ui»i that Mr to Mr M » »lea 1er, No. 8,11 D (7., et«, etc. capital prize of E M r lack. Hoi kinaville, Ky.; one to 4V in Low rr. No. HAW MiulGon »t., t hlcugu, 111. one to Mr J. J Mealing, ot Washington, D. tJ Nos and M,442ea li drew the fourth c»pi la prlzt I of f6,< 00 ml sold in UflUs—aa Uio high prlzi.» und scattered In a'.l directions. Among other*: Mt Wra H. Ford, of No. 296 Dryad* « at., anld J U Turne', Common aud imue «I«.. [New Urlenun, La The next in 1 Semi-Annual Drawing lakes place day December l»th, 1M83. whenp Ize» from $160,000 to f.V> will b'i dls'rlbnted. Auy inior uation can hi had on application to Al. A Dunphin, New Orleans, Li, how the hull mil lion dollar« anil over will ho equitably divided to Mr »11 B I < . T TU rj t: a ii.Aimor luioat «Jootatious conreeuxt Dolly Iu tfia Street Hatkot. HAY, FA*!». »IC.— OOBBMJTHD DAILY It Y W. J. uoitroy, vu. 417 fp.svch »triiwt: per bu per cwt lX) fr l I Hay. 3» taw. Oats. ! Bran, dou I Oiocksd r Middling. 1 », luv)bio bUShul OoarM < lorn f-u car . »L , Nhoil«d effl..[.. Oround corn »ad oat* ai*rcr«a| Mtme. fovltby. Print nutter, | «r ü> whole^alo.f .20 • .23 Print * *• rotad. 26 il .no Tab *• * " wholesale. .*20 iù .us 7v ■ 7S urn.... l'JO ' ' 7o j at , 76 by . C B 1 " rouil... Eggs, whole..b;;,par huaca... Kkk«, retail, per uocen. (Thicken.', l! vu ivnoiesale_ I Ghiokens,4jreiUe,d whoiusado I GhicketiB,aliv », jetai! . Chickens, dre uted, retail. Cheoso, wh-vdeealo, per pooud.. .iu id) Cliueeu, retail, FORK JCTCi .26 .2 .26 .80 .12 aa e . as el ! t . ■ > 14 .16 wLolcraio retail ... u Wmokod ha ml.,. Fresh Pork..],... Freah baueag*#... Should or».... [... Dned beef..,L,.. Salt Hitch.... ... Smoked fcaooi|>... Bologna sausege. Is'ird. .... la .n .is 10 11 4 I 14 16 IXH I« . IU 14 JKR» sirloin eteaaspor pound. Rump «teak« ^>er pound . Hound Pteakj"]i Bib roart per j|»oun <ibu( u roast i*èr pound Ntowicg pleocs. Boiling bits per pound BUfue... Kidney fat,pe|r pound.. I.ambenops, nor i>ound.. J-amb rovs». lier pouud.. i Mutton cLoj'E, per pjund I Mutton i.' . aLi per uuuud I \ ral outlets, pri- pound J V cal roast», pbr pound • -3U O .26 .'-6 G .18 pound 20 • 14 & .16 .16 it .12 ; £ 8 ; . .08 . .30 Ö • .1« 3 M .15 :é) .13 .16 K .•il . .16 .18 FlaU. , Npanish MuckerH.. .u h*fi. per pound.J2 Q .15 white Ferch, per pound. Trout, per iwiind. no Hahhut, per pouud.20 Ustfish I Mack i Blue lieh. .11 .16 L per ppuod flsh....L. Aft I 1 Ha,llü.,k... j Market ttud _ : Foigtii»«..., ° j Hutter fi*h. .16 . .08 .ü . .10 Vjiu:.TAiu.ae. g 1 Fctotcos, per half-pucu.. .'q 12 si oot potato**, per half peck l ahhi gfl.por bead. J ' rT, ** ,J n*" ' »If pock. .10 A — i* dozen... per Lud irod. ! IU 12 ! Las «y.inuue», pe half peck iouatoes, per ha» et... I'card. Un Ik'Ul nor h H i rear«, Bait let! 13 oe.i, r. rltrn» et . i' er J' ''pock . 1 per basket... rouehcn per l|alf pock. Peach 0«, por t]as»et. 40 M 'A) 26 110 118 U 76 1.26 Grapes, per pj und. ... Grplcs, whol<jsai*, PV rft of Anill««' Pears nor basket. 1 !... 06 0 04 60 1 0 :: i.i 10 , 01 08 asas VLOXMtMm N > i L \ l\\ The probabilities are that it will not be many days before a heavy Overcoat will be n great comfort. Those not already supplied will do well to examine ours before purchasing elsewhere. A. 0. YATES & CO., -LEDGER BUILDING Chestnut and Sixth Streets, PHILADELPHIA. THIS i'HILOHOPUY OF HEADACHE. THERTOAlACH, THE IPIWEL* AN1» THE LIVER ARK REHPOWHIBLE KOt EVK»'Y PANG TMAT RACKS Til- 1IK. I». REGU LATE, T* NE AND HARMONIZE 'HE ACTION OK THESE ALLIED ORGANS WITH 'TARRANT'S «ELTZER AP» BIENT*' AN" YOU CURE THE « oMI'LAiNT AT ITS SOURCE. HOLD BY ALL DKUGGUTS. Lit VIM AAA HTATtC L'tTT 6Kt un CAPITAL PRIZE, 150,000. of die ; «^B^itftlonera. TTNPHEOKDENTED ATTRACTION l UUVKK IIALFA MILLION D1HTHIKUTED. in tJ 296 A mil Ixmisiana State Lottery Co. incorporated In 1868 for 2& years i*y the LegUla \ ire for Kducatlonal and CharlUbie purposes with a capital of SI.000,000-to which a fund of over |6An.OOO has since been added. By an ov«rwhelmlng popular vote Its frwnehU« was irad*' a part ef the pr« i.tHtate Constitution adopted December Id, A. D., 187». Tfm only Lotury ever vcAod on and endorsed by the people of any ITsdHAM) 8INO take It r Look reserve »11 (Hate. LK NUMBER DRAWING» monthly. «rit»« or prMnonr*. the following dl»tributi.in : 103hd GRAND MONTHLY KXT1IAGRD1NARY SEMI ANNUAL DRAWING, at NEW ORLKANH, TU K» '»AY, DECEMBER 18th, 1883. Under the neronnal supervision and management ot UK.N * H A L G. T. HKAUKKGAKD of La., and UKSKitAL JURAL A. EARLY of Va. Capital Prize, $100,000. ■ tfia J. OS^NOTICE»—TICKETS AUK TEN DOLLAR* ONLY. HALVER, |6. FIFTH», *!. TENTHS, tl LIST OF Fuiras t 1 f:\PITAI. PUTZE or « G Kind PH ZE OF 1 GUAM) PRIZE OK 2 LA KG PRIZE»» »F 4 LARGE PHIZES OK sn prizes ok cwt 7v f 160,000 &o.o>o '. 0,000 I", 0W) ft, eon 1.100 . Dflo.o .. 60,00 .. 20 or« . 20,000 ,. 30,000 .. 20,000 . 28.000 .. »,000 ,. 40,000 .. 60,000 .. 110,000 soo 100 m LUO D ArrnoxiMATioit rnizta JOO l pproximaUon Prises of |aoo .. ion • » » • ion . 7ft . ,.#0.000 . in.fion . 7, 2,279 Prises, amounting to . Application for retts to citil»« should made to the office of th* cum pan y In NewUrl* For further Informailou write clearly givlug full address. Make P. O. Money Orders paraidc and address Itegistered Letters to NEW OULEANH NATIONAL HANK. New Orleans, La. d ordinary letters hy Mall of |6 press at our expense) to . 6632,600 ly t > POSTAL NOTES Kxprrs« nil bi> 1 up d« by Ex m-:a. dauphin, NcwOrleaoi, I.a. 10 Or, M. A OAUrHIM. HW Bovonth Ft., Wa&hlngtmi. D. C I 16 3ÖWSW i dlM.m r.f . I N , .Tr.L TiL,TT ,.f n ' i ,ho " ijuln.sr , ,riD'liudit'orn-ft"' 'îft "* M*»hood '« IllMtratod Puapblol I« Voltaic Belt Co., Marshal.. Minn HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DRIVE the ODOMETER WILL TELL. This inst rament Is toll the l«rg< r il, a watch. K art niimïïër of inii wrlvei u> Clia MOOth part ota in Re; <• water and dart Unlit: hörst i* »0Q0 roll* a; li ft »-»ve« - - ; iBeAailr anâci.eti df LiirrlagerHuTky; 2L*g2 n » ti art, w ««»»y Flow. Ken n, r. Mowe?,' or * tu-r vehicle, iwv iuahle to Urcryiren Flea«ur e Driver», Fli yalcung. Fariner»T«üïv^ or^ UraTmen Kxpré^mTo, f rte«»«iy».»«a«S. nne-ttüïg- sria^:,— - Other Odometer. W he «•in being drlY£ to ordering give dlum^ )f thj "'Ml, mu by of price. 0 l df UMNWIIItp VDOHXIXU DO " aorta«, OUR FIRST NUMBER FOR FALL. You will see many adver tisements about large stocks of Fall and Winter Goods, and each one will claim to be ahead of their competitors, but we will be content to let the readers of The Gazette know wc have a larger stock than usual because our trade de mands it, and this is au 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 meau by that to tell you we keep the low-price shoddy goods, but we 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. Wc 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 it it will not be to our mutual interests to deal with each other. This does not give you much of an idea of our stock, but if you will stop in at kind Fourth & Market Sts., —AT THE— WILMINGTON CLOTHING HOUSE it will give us great pleasure to show you our goods and prices. Yours, Jno. W. Diefendorf k Co LOOK OUT -FOR Cold Weather ! Now that the winter is ap proaching every one should be prepared, and there is no surer way ol keeping off its biting blast thnn by purchasing a 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, aud the best and cheapest place to purchase. Now if the reader will call at 228 MARKET STREET, he will find as large and varied a stock oi all kinds of Men's, Boys' and Children's Clothing as can be found in this city; furthermore, ho 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 ns possible, on the principle that a nimble sixpence is bet ter than a slow shilling, member we meur. business when wo say ',Ve can give you the beit clothing in this city for the least money. Call and see and you will be [convinced. 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 t^o numerous to par ticularize the different styles, but the most fastidious can be suited in style, and our prices are the lowest. Wo make suits to order as low as $18, from that upward. Call and see the styles and prices at the t* or« Ik*) .. be as soon Re* f K a; - J. II. MOORE'S, the Old and Reliable Clothing House, 228-MARKET tST.-^-228 FOURTH EDIT foreign news parlé lOB Notes From the Other Sid,, the Atlantic THE COLONIAL institute ffOBr.ttiK vews MMHa« o( «h. Hoy.i* , neuer. l i,,,,,. "'»te. ! United Pm. rUnl!«d fj. ni.p.„.„„ lü , u ,;®«««.) Los now, Not. ... . , "'"M ol the Firuenthcession ol "W« Inetltute wan held l»»i veuor nailery library, N'lw , i h ' under the prealdency of tii „ iw" 4 "Kt chaiMt, chalrnutn ol the council if?, M,t •«We. There . law 2f h * <• audience, atUMted «hie«, by tÄjS* the opening paper. "New *Lu ® u »Jecto W«t5n RÏciflc" 'I wnrred Powell, . well kuôVn " j ? *' (dished writer on ell mails-,. * ccn ® the British colonies """'"""'»'«ri „„ Mr, I'uwcll gave an Inten., . Now Guinea and Its nelgh'iot. fully pleaded for a British pro'Ä!" Ihn whole region. A I rl' l ,n, ,U lowi.nl III which the Duke many eminent colonist Officers took pari. awlou t '»I MrtncheMrri * aiJ ' l Pï-colo» O'DOHlfRr.L s t it, a i, IA)H 1 > 0 *, Nov. 14.~It|, PI ,„, , trial of O'Donnell, the mur,C , ni 1 the Informer, will take pi«* h," lri u , Ä"' .Uccl" C,D "' I <S iTâiMED nr Pari«, Nor. 14.-Four m , Llgln Cninpiny^kci yeaterday drove away |„ U r roujh. ' mo eetlng acltlr.cn. Ths ruffl,os.l t , m watch»! tho Englishmen, ami when, tunlty offered ruahcil unnu une ol tlmi,". stabbed him so scrercly that t, 0 nuj ool cover. Theml6creautsc.scsp.il. ' A DIPLOMAT WITHDRAWN. Lokoorr, Nov. 14,-The diplomatie » eentatlve ol the Queen at Cobure Lu I withdrawn, but It Is staled tbs' this will be only temporary. HOME AN» or.RMANY. W N " r - 14 -—it has hern arranged f< an ltallau fleet to aernrnpany the t', 0 , Prince Frederick William Iront Gcnoi bltpaasage to Spain. «on.It who K victne A ROTA!, EDICT. Madrid, Nov. 14 -Theoffl ial , , announc ment 1» road« ihat the Mlolstera of Auttr and Italy at Madrid will l>o rained tntl rank of Ambassadors. It ha» before b» announced that the German legation Madrid aud the 8panish légation ut B' r are also to be made Embassies. PUNISHMENT DEMANDED., Constantinople. Nov. 14-.Lord Do erln, tho English Ambassador, aiu Heap, the Uulted States Consul (hn n Î 6»t onlay presented an Id -ntfcal note to i 'orb! demanding punl»', m ent of the p-rsn who recently com minted I X outrage upt two Amencau mlrsiooarlea in Armenia. TOE BLUMS OP LONDON. London, Nov. 14.—Sir Charles Duke engaged in personally Inspecting the slunj of London with a view of ascertaining ij ac'ual condition of the poorer el .mn aq their needs in the way ,of remedial IiJ UOQ. ATTACK AT ONCK. Paris, Dec. 14.—It Is understool bei that Admital Courbet expects to make a attack upon Bac-ninh at once. DS8IROCTS OP A THEATV. Madrid, Not. 14.—It I« stittri ihs'tJ SpanDli Goverotneut will, tlirousrii Ds ri-a re«ntatl»e at Washington, i'mta-mr hmj sotlatc a treaty with the Unite 1 Stated dealing eapnclally with Cuban Imc.-iit-. 1 Given up by Docforit. "Is it possible that Mr. Godfrey Is *jp «J at work, aud cured by so «impie a reradvfl "I assure it U true that Ik- i» en» r J cured, and with nothing but Hop t rl and only ten days ago his doctors ^ ave t; J up and said he must die ! ' "Well-a-day 1 That's remar' K8 |,| e ; j w || go this day and get soir f 0r m y pj George— I know hoj>s are »» 1 Iluriiy, toTlOMtli. t United I*ma Dispatch to the lisjuiu*. ! I ChattaNOD'oa, Nor. ll.—Miss Fsusi III bury, tg^a \h, was burned to death yd terday. zier clothes caught lire from al open g r ate, aud in spite of the efforts of M •K6i mother, who was also severely burueo U W'a« Impossible to save her life. ' A Jury Hist grows. [United Prfti Diipstch to the Guette.. I Nashville, Tenn., Nov. 14.—The Jurff In tho case of Jam«» F. Briley, on trial the killing of Robert Bates In the arena ol Barrefes circus In October, have disagreed! and a new trial will be ordered. Another Failure. bn 6«>cfU', ] Cincinnati, O , Fov. 14 — T Ii. ^ roW A Co., leather dealers, have LI bill tier estimated at >125,000 lfl0 f A i lu Is due to speeulatiou Iu real **tate. r United Pres» IMspatoh 'ftio Lord Mayor ol , , n j porter In a warvliou- 1 , , ie peritveml I the face of all op-^K^n uu d rose rapidl: It U only P*'t-'. 4t i nl . v d „d merit that I" «"W Dr. b'jips conch Syrup the (treat« family p. L |jn,,y f ür couch- and eolds now o fetvtl ^|, Uje , n (f er | D j[ |.iibiie. Worn Miron out. On receipt of yeur addrcua an offer by whli h you can evening», at your hi,me. . ( Boya or Girl, can do It. li- 0. W .Iktneo & Co.. u»i and 1W7 Fulton atreet, Fork. was only :i will mak' P to I earn Mcu, VVone Keilabl* Flace to H„y l' 1 *" 1 "' Goorge L. Walker, piano parlor«,830 »"b Sixth «tract, near Parrlal), PlillailelpMa. . connection with any piano ware roo parties of» similar nsme 1 vviH* p e c i i S j Isa'compU'lr »n* 1 j d'oie io »U kinds 1 *11 Bio 0* Tolsoi Skin Humor. INHIIMTKP IT.—My m « mil,II. , but my < ».c wa. nl M wor n|it ., a,„l r..Utà< .n treatni. nl 1!I1 , I „.1113 !i\ , |: " S pee I Or. Whleh e„re.l n,e.O'„|'l ami „r I« " 1 b61 H E *;Y. ÎiaÂjrT'ci'"-'' 111 '' ü1 ' withksam lau», I "ft®*. 1 After «uttering twenty-live year" ' « to M rlu , ly B nomm . anRm . n . m , lter Mnoijii ot . >il Pt «mW*" Our treatise **■ Blood aad bhü» free U» u naagftt.