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SECOND EDITION
DEATHS FOR THE WEEK
The Regular Report of Regis*
trar Frazer.
VARIOUS SOCIAL AFFAIRS
VITAL STATISTICS.
Mortuary Roport for tho Fraaont Weak
Endad at Noon To-I>oy.
For the week ending to-day at noon
Registrar Frax**r reports the total number ol
death» to hare been 22. Of this number 8
were male«, female», 14; white. 15; black,
7; adult«, 10; minora, 12; born in the United
State», IV; foreign, 3.
Con.umptlon, 7; con
«sarlet fever, 8; acct
dant, anaaarea. apoplexy, croup,
catarrh ot tha loon, diphtheria,
natural canaea, ovarian and nterne tumor,
pneumonia, • translation, 1 each.
Under i year, 5; from 3 to 5,1: 5 to 10,3;
10 to 15, 1; 15 to 20, 2; 80 to 30,1; 30 to40,
4; 40 to 50, 1; 50 to 50, 1; 0U to 70, 2; 70 to
SO, 1.
By ward.—Flirt, 2; Second, a; Third, 2;
Fifth, 2; Sixth, 2; Seventh, 1; Eighth, 2;
Ninth, 1; Tenth, 5, Eleventh, 1. Still birth»,
1 white temale. Brought here for inter
ment, 1; «nt away, 2. Total
responding week laat year, 16.
For the same week 14 births were reported,
Dine of which ware male» and five females
By wards: First, 2; Fifth, 1; Sixth, 2;
Seventh, 1; Eighth, 8, Tenth, 1; Eleventh, 1;
Twelve marriages were also reported—tan
white and two black.
for the cor
For the paat mouth there were 63 death«,
and for the corresponding; month of last
year 82.
During; the month there were 72 births
and 20 marrlagreç. Same month laat year,
175 births and 10 marriages.
A LA11UK CONTRACT.
A Now and Decided Improvement to
he Made at Hartman A Fehrenbach'a
Brewery.
Hartman & Fehrenbach the well-known
brewers ot thia city have just signed a cor
tract, which when completed will be the
ftrat of tbe kind ever seen in this city.
The contract is for the erection of one of
Kline Brothers, patent Ice Refrlger
attusr Machines in their brewery. The
erection of this machine will do away with
the keeping of ice. By its use they will be
enabled to keep their vaults and fermenting
r>nm at a temperature varying from 32° to
é0°. This is done by cold air pasting
through 115,000 square f**et of pipe.
It will
b »Her to
will run the
mant will be placed in the ice house, and
workmen under the direction of Harry
Lape will commence the uecessary work on
Monday morning. The contract which will
coat $25,000 is to be completed by March
1st, next.
50-horse-power
that
require
supply the eogine
machine. The Improve
Wedding Keception.
Daniel W. Thompson and Annie M. Mc
Knlght, of tills city, were married on Wed
ne.nlay evening, and after the wedding were
given a handsome reception at the resideuce
of the groom's t*rotber-ln-law, Charles J. II.
Beckett, No. 108 W -t Seventh street. A
large numlier of friends called to teDder
the.r coogratulaUoos.and with refresh*nen iß
and music a delightful evening wm spent,
all joining in wishing the bride and groom
a long and happy existence.
Taken by Sar|iriae.
A very pleasant surprise wae given last
evening to Christopher E. Evans, a tele
graph operator in tbe
A B. railroad, by a number of bis intimate
lriends, at his home 108 West Twelth street.
The surprise was in tbe shape of a handsome
gold watch. Refreshments were served
later in tbe evening and a very enjoyable
time was spent throughout.
ploy ot the P. vv
A Clever Cartoon.
To-day's Wilmingtonian publishes a clever
cartoon, illustrating what w«s intended to
be the effect of the preset!t of a fine
(log recently received by Chief Hawkins, of
this city, from some of his admiring friends.
LOCAL LACONICS.
Thieves stole 100 chickens, three turkeys
and four guineas from the hennery of Mr.
Colescott, tenant on the farm of William D.
Clark
All tbe south-bound through trains on
the P., W. & B. R. R. were late to-day. The
8.05 a. m. train was over
the 12.53 Washington express was 20 min
utes late, and the limited express 10
minutes.
Kirkwt»od.
hour Ute, aud
CHURCHES TO-MOKKOW.
The Rer. William W. Taylor will preach at
the Almshouse at 2.30 p m.
The Rev J. B. (Jrun of Hoston will preach at
tbe Uuitarl&n Church on " W hat is L ultarian
urn?"
Swedish M. E. Church, Rev. Carl O. Carlson
jpuster. The usual services at 10.30 a
. und
First Presbyterian Church, tho Rov. F. H.
I)uV»l, pastor. Preaching at 10.30 a. m. and
2.3» p in.,
Klnguwood M. E. Chapol. Sunday school at
.. uud preaching at 7.30 p. in. by Rev.
2p.
Lewis Todd
Ezlon M. E. Church, the Rev. W. J. Parker
pastor, will hold a quarterly meeting The
vice ot the day will upen with a love feast at 8
Union M.,E. Church, the Rev. W. M. Frey
siuror, D. D. of Baltimore, will preach at 10 3o,
anu prerent the Freedineu's Aid cause. "Have
you heard his Amen Corner?"
New Jerusalem Church. Dein ware avenue and
Washington street, Rev. J. H. Purmelce,pastor.
Services at 10 30 a. in , and 7.30 p.m. Even
ing subject : 'Tho Flood." Sunday school ut
1>.45 a. m
Reformed Episcopal Church of the Redeemer
Rev. J. L. Eflllu, rector. Services at 10 30 a.
m.,and 7.30 p.
Example "
Debtors." Sunday school at v a. in.
Second Baptist Church, R. H. Cook, pastor
Preaching at 10.3b n. m.. when the Lord's
Supper will be administered. Sermon at 7.30
p m , subject: "Who Are Saved."
a scries of sermons. Pray
sermon at night.
Bethany Baptist Church, tho Kev. H. Tratt,
pastor. PreHching at 10 30 a. in. und 7 45 p in.
Morning subject;"(Jod's Guidance " Evening
Subject; "Lessons from Nature. Suuday
school at 9 u.m and 2 p. m. Pastor's adult
Bible class at 2 p. m.
Household of Faith, the Kev. Rufus Wendel
pastor. Preaching at L0.3 j a. in. and 7.30 p. m.
Bible school at 2 p. m. The evening tvrmon
will be followed by the Gotnmuuion of tho
"Lord's Supper" aud the ordinance of baptism.
Bible school at 215 in
Keo enlng ofTr ulty Chapel sewing school.
The sewing school ot Trinity Chapel will re
open this afternoon at 2 3o o'clock, in Miss Neg
endank'ssch ol room, on Dcl
tweon Ta null aud West streets,
interested are Invited to attend without further
notice.
Delaware Avenue Baptist Church. Rev. I.
M. Haldman
7.45 p. in
Surveyor.'" Evening subjéct:"Eternal Lile aud
How to (let It." » apt s.n at the evening sur
vie«. Breaking of bread at 3.15 p.m. Bibla
school at 2 p. ui
Central Presbyterian Church. Rev. J.
Howaid Nixon, D 1> , pastor, the Rev. Mark
A Brownson, assistant. Divine
& m. and 7.39 p. m. P
service. Young u
dlcation of the
. Sermon
Morning subject. "()ur
Evening subject, "Insolvent
"
first of
meetiug alter the
All children
.ttiul,
"The Chistl.in
10. J" a.
.pastor: services a
Morning subject :
vioo at lu 3')
free at evening
ispeciully Invited. De
Rod uey Street Chapel at
"Foreign Mission«" by
theRov.Jatne8 T. D-ft'.vick. D D , pastor of
the First Church of Haltiuiorc, on Monday
evening at 7 3u.
Church ot the Covenant, Reformed Eplscopnl,
tlie Kev. Wit!!;
■ervlces at lu 3*j a m.and 7.30 p.
versary of the Reformed EplreopalChurch Tho
Holy Cominuuion at fho morning service.
Evenlug:"Hre;i«i or ashes.which will you tuko."
Gospel luvitatlon lay service, Ö.30 p. m. Nun
d»/ school u u. m. at the church, 2.30
u m at the Chapel of tbe flood Shepherd, West
Wilmington
I
>u rues, rector. Church
Tenth anni
TM KAIL KO A US
TRAINS LEA VF WILMINGTON FOB
PaiLA.-a.00* 2.33*, 8.80. 8.40, 7.06, T.60. 8.10f
Mb V. OU. 8.80, U.bA IP .15, iu.80.ll.53 ft. m. lLOUf,
m. 12 45, 18.3« 1 64. 2.80, 4.00, LIT*, b.80f,
f.10, «.»«, 7.20,7.80«, 9.16* p. ».
N*wYori-î 00*. 2.23*, 8.80,9.68, UJ8 A m*
18.83, 1.5«, 6.17», 8.88*. 7.28 p. m.
RU.TI*O»ll-1.0»*,1.44*.4.41*, «0** ,».17*, ». u.
1-4.27,1.00, l.OV, 4,00, 1.00, 1.1.7,11.04* p. m.
V.Mumrroa—1.44*, 4.11*, 4.0»*, ».17» ». m,
00, l.OU, 6.00,1.17,11.04* p. m.
HaXITOORI AMD IMTKRM
06*, 9,17* a* no. 1.00, 5.00, 8.00p. Ml.
»Trains running both dally and Sunday,
tTrains running only on Sunday*
1.
ATM STATXO»»—
1
ifiuwARi KAiLiiOAn~fl.00»,9.06t a.m. 1.16t
oo*, 4.00{, 0.26t P* in. No Sunday tialns.
• For New Caetla only.
Wyoming and intermediate itatlnm.
Jfcxpreu lur Harrington.
Wilximutom North aa* Bailboad— 7.00 a. m
a 66, 4.01, 4.10 p. ».
*r
AaLTO JK» k PaiLADMLVWX A B « IT.B04 P-T.06,
10 8w a. ». 6.80 p. ».
rBAJWS AKMlVbet WIUUNOTOM FKOM
I'hila— 14.44.1.00,1.S4*, 4.47*. 7.4A. XOI*. i.Uj
««.14 10.104 11.34 a m. 11X4 14.40, 107. 4.4* 4.SO
4.40, 4.44, 4.30, 4.44, 4X4, 4.44, 6.20. 6.44, 7.441, 7.4
0.40, 10.38. 10.64 p. m.
MW Toax— 1X2», 4X7*. 4.04t, ».14 a. m. 1X40
t.OJ, 4.64...4S*, 10.48 p.m.
BALT11<ORa-l .41*. 4.14*. 0.M, ».44, 11.44 a. m
14.40, 1.61, 4.11*. 6.S0-, 7X4, ».4»* p. m.
WAsatawToa—1.64*, xil, 11.41 a. aa. 11X4,.
1.61, 6.11*,4.30*. 7.44, XI» p. o>.
* noth <lallj and Sunday,
t On Sunday only.
Diuwam Kailboad— 8.60. 9.60. 10.10 a. »
1L40,6.06*. 0.06 p. m. No Sunday traîna.
* »Tom Mow Umu« oau.
Wilmihotom k Nobthbum Kailboad— 8 40
9.48, 11.30 a. in. 0.46 p. ».
BALTIMORB k PRIL4DBLPH1A KAILBOAD—6.00
2.16 p. m.
TRAINS LEAVK FUR WlLUtlNOTUN
Philai>8m*hia Nbw Broad Strmmt Darov
12.80*,3.56*, 8,30. 7.20*.8.00, 8.2l,8.3flt, 10.18, \L30.
11.60 a m. 18.80, 1.32f, 3.1*1 4.02, 4.2ft.
6.06, 6.28,6.66, «.U6f. 8M, S.30*, 9.30, 1Q.U0 il .82
p. in.
Nmw Cast lb— 8.33, 9.36, 10.02, 11.48 a. m
6.36 p. ».
* Trains running both daily and San tay.
tTrains running *uly
>■ unday.
A train will leave Wilmington for Newark
and wav stations at 7.48 a. m returning leave
Newark at 8.26 a. in. for Wilmington and way
stations.
The Black figures denote the Limited
nxprcea Trains.
DEATHS.
MoHRIDE.-On th** 1st Inst., J*tne« M. Bride, In
the 4th ye
Dilative »
ol hl»
•Is are Invited to a*t»nd hl«
fnner*! from hl« re.ldenoe Slateenth and »colt
street, on Monday, the d lust., at 2 o'clock. In
terment at Ml. Salem Cemetery.
Df BULLS
*
I
l-'or the Cure of Coughs, Coldi.|
Hoarseness, Bronchitis,Croup, Influ
enza, Asthma, Whooping Cough, Ink
cipient Consumption and for the re-1
lief of consumptive persons in ad van-8
ced stages of the Disease. ForSalel
by all Druggists—Price, 25 Cents.l
to
LOUIHIANA STATIC LUTTMMt.
reane
CAPITAL PRIZE, 150,000.
1
///~< ^
COKBlsgloners.
TTNPRECEDENTRD ATTRACTION !
vJ OVER HALF A MILLION DISTRIBUTED.
Louisiana State Lottery Co.
Incorporated In 1868 for 26year« by tbe Legisla
ture for Educational and Charitable purpurea
with a capital of fl,000,000—to which a reaervp
fund of
to
J.
since been added.
overwhelming popular vote lte franchise
was made a part af the present State Constitution
adopted December 2*1, A. D., 1879.
The only Lottery c
by the people of any Btate.
1TB GRAND »INGLE NUMBER DRAWING?
ta*e place
By
rub 1 1
and endorse."
onthly.
aie» or pnxtnones.
Look at the following distribution :
1Ö3BD grand monthly
EXTRAORDINARY SEMI
ANNUAL DRAWING, at NEW OULEANH,
TUES 'AY, DECEMBER 18th, 1883. Under the
personal supervision ami management ot GEN
ERA L G. T. BEAUREGARD of La.,
GENERAL JURAI. A. EARLY of Va.
the
and
Capital Prize, $150,000.
«"NOTICE,—TICKETS ARE TEN DOLLARS
ONLY. HALVES, »5. FIFTHS, »2.
TENTHS, $1.
LIHT or PRIZB8:
1 CAPITA PRIZE of
( ill N D Pit ZK OF
1 GRAM) PRIZE OF
2 1.A KG PRIZES *F
4 LARGE PRIZES OF
20 PRIZES OF
" SO "
1150,000. «50,
fto.o 0
•V..
20 OHO
.\000
l.'OO
20,000
20. IJOo
25.100
30, (MO
40,800
00,000
50. ... 50.000
4*.
"

1,000
•PPaOXIMATTO-« P1IZ1
ion Approximation Prîtes of taw..
loo •* *• mo
..f 0.000
in. «jo
2,279 Prizes, amounting 4o. |ô22,i _
AppilcatlOD for rate« 10 club« should only be
made to the office of the company In New Orleans.
For further information write clearlv, giving
full address. Make P. O. Money Order« payable
and address Registered Letters to
NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK,
New Orleans, La.
by Mall
d upwards by fcx
POST*!. NOTES
Express «all si
expense)
■t ordinary le*t
of |5
M. A. DAUPHIN,
New Orleans, La.
DAUPHIN/»
•r.r rit., Washington» Ii. r.
Or. M. A
TrunTs anti Traveling Bags !
J. A. CONNER.
Ueil&ble Harness
«d Trunk Manufacturer, hu '
hi a new rtore,
NO. 4 EAST FOURTH STREET,
wt,erc :■ ou wilt r.,.,1 w„ t
H-rncss, Tr nhR. 1
and geutieirc
Lit'*»" -î ai r
etf î
»•-wl tment of
city. Ladles
♦tfti topping
»»U. »ttt..vl A
:
î. at- -
U Ht 0OUM.
A

i
?
H!!';
î
Th«
of
few
by
THK BEST PLACE TO BCYDBT GOODS.
Strawbridge & Clothier'*,
«IOHTH A MARKET
etc
FVmtDKLHHIA.
REOPENING !
by
S. H. STAATS.
405 MARKET STREET,
Having greatly enlarged and Increased the bun
nci» t aparfty of his «tore, will reopen
TUESDAY NEXT,
OCTOBER 30TH
With au Elegant Dtock of
NEW GOODS!
Suitable far fallend winter sales conslatlng of
Trimmings, Hosiery &
Gloves
?
MERINO UNDERWEAR,
HAND-KNIT
ZEPHYR GOODS,
-ZEPHYR
Germantown Wool, Saxony &
Woolen Yarns.
CORSETS,
NOTIONS &C.
COMMON SKNSK t'OMPKBMSFD.
IT IH DIFFICULT TO GIVE IN A DOZEN
LINKS THE REASONS WHY 'TAKRANT'B
SELTZF.it APERIENT" SHOULD BE Pltt
PEBRffD AS A tO it RECTI VE AND ALTERA
TIVE TO EN'EKY O HER MEDICINE IN USE.
FIRSTLY, IT ALLAYS FEVER; SECONDLY«
IT CLEANSES THK BoWELH WITHOUT VIO
LENCE OK PAIN; THIRDLY, IT TONES THE
STOMACH; FOURTHLY, IT REGULATES
T1IE FLOW OF BILE. FIFTHLY, ir PRO
MOTES HEALTHY PERSPIRATION ; SIXTH
LY IT RELIEVES THE SYSTEM FROM UN
WHOLESOME HUMOUS; SEVENTHLY, . IT
TRANQIUL1ZES TIIK NERVES; EIGHTHLY.
IT ALTA 111 ON Tllk 10.001) AU A USPIJUKkiT
AND LASTLY, I ! FORMS ONKOFTMVMOST
DELICIOUS COOLING DRAUGHTS THAT
EVER PASSED DOWN THE THROAT Of AN
INVALID. SOLD BY ALL DUUUGISTS.
riANOH.
riANOH.
GEO. L. WALKER
PIANO PARLORS!
836 N. Sixth Street
»
[NEAK PARRISH ST., 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
18 YEARS AGO HY LEADING CITI
ZENS OF READING, FA:
IUadixo, PA., January 26, 1865.
We, the undersigned, having purchased
Pianos of Mr. George I . Waller, do hereby certify
that
with said Plano«. They are beautifully finished,
posses« a full, rich and clear tone, and stand In tune
admirably. We cheerfully recommend Mr. Walker
to those about purchasing PI
ability, and a gentleman worthy of their confi
dence.
JAMES YEAGER.
HARVEY BIRCH,
A. WKBKKINf,
DAVIDE. STOUT,
J. II. N«»KT.»N,
JAMES T. KK11E1L
highly pleased and perfectly satisfied
artist of
... CROUSE.
JOHN T. CRAIG,
A 4 KON LEIB,
MARTIN GHOSH,
F. ' . BO AH,
ALLEN BECHTEL,
AND 100 OTHER CITIZENS.
This Is only one letter out ol many nun
dredß I have received, all of which I will
show with picas.ure. Please remember
I Have No Connection
With anyPianoWarcrooms
If you wißh to take advantage of the in
ducem^nta I otierin sellli|g Mew Pianos by
the most celt brated makers at half the
prices charged in stores be
the old reliable place—GF-O L. WALKER'S
Plano Parlors, 83B N. ttixth at reel, near
Parrlßh. Special bargains to-day ln fellghtly
used Pianoß from lamiliee forced to sell
$1000 UPRIGHT PIANO.
$750 SQUARE GRAND PIANO
$050 RICHLY CARVED PIANO
$500 ROSEWOOD PIANO.
to call at
.$225.
.$190.
.$150.
..$90.
MUST BE SOLD QUICKLY.
REMEMBER THE LOCATION.
—TERMS $10 MONTHLY
GEO. L. WALKER,
836 K Sixth St.,Phila.
'
scpti3-iy-lOJ
THIRD EDITION
A HORRIBLE DISCOVERY
:
Human Skeletons Found in
the Far West.
DEATH FROM STARVATION
, n
A HORRIIll.K riNU.
Th« Skalaton« of Twanty-thraa Person a
and of A boat a« Many Koma« Found by
Kxplorora.
( United F re as Dispatch to the Guette. ]
8t. Pail, Miss., Dec. 1.—The .keletone
prraona and of about a. many hone,
found In Dtekcy county, Dakota, a
Among the
of SB
wert
few daya ago by explorer».
akaletona ware cavalry button., apure,
Tha remain, may be thaee of
cavalry, or of explorera accompanied
by a detachment. They have been there
evidently 30 yeare or morn. Many akeletoaa
bava been found ta that region before, which
have been th> ught to be thane ot prteoner.
carried away by the Indiana after tb. New
Uloo taaaiacre and retd ti.lo Mlnneaota In
etc
LBM
I «.aig Aaotiiar TbMlr*.
(Unite. 1'rem Dupatcb w IheUaiatte.l
New foil, Dae. 1.—John A. Steven.,
manager of the Windsor Theatre, which
wav burned Thursday night, baa taken the
Twenty third Street Thertre—iuit vacated
by Hsverly—add will play nie engaged
romblnatlodlf there for two weeks, lie la
trying to l«a(e the Thalia,(formerly the old
Bowery Theatre) situated opposite the
Wludaor.
kkist During 3 Kr» Fight.
(UntUt Preaa Dispatch to th« Game tie. ]
Tocbostowm, #., Dec. 1.—At a negro
dance In a, disreputable hall juat out
town, la*t night, L ytou Johnson waa shot In
the shoulder nml two other» were aliifhtly
wounded during & free fight among; the
reveller!. Johnson will recover.
of
Ratiklid Through a Mlatake.
[United Press DUpatcb to the Uaiette.}
New Yo^k, Duc . 1.—A despatch from
Hong Kong to the Herald states that tbe
Chinese have abandoned Son ta y and Bac
Ninh. It is said that tbe Chinese fled on
the approach of tbe Algerian Turcas, whom
they took to be demons.
Mamd Him.«ir re Drath.
U*d Sht%$ Dispatch to the Gasette. ]
dm«. N-. Y., Dec. 1.—Lawrence
ru»
SlHO
Feeney, age# 70, à life convict for murder,
dlei yesterday from starvation. He had
taken no food for over a week. He had
been out of fais mind, having cat himself
with a razor.
He Heat the Heat Record.
[United Press Dispatch to the Gaxette. )
8t. Louis, Dec. 1.—William Cation, a
local billiard player, made a run of 710 In a
three ball practice game yeaterdav beat In
the beet run on record (Schafers) by
points.
"If sold happlaess we prise," says the
poet Cotton, "withtu our breast this Jewel
lies," but If we have a cold there,the happi
ness can only be secured by using Dr. Bull's
Cough Syrup.
Tills C'lT* m AllKCTn.
par bn
per cwt
Hay.
Ni n*.
Oats.
Bran, doable bushel
Cracked corn.
i.Ou k &.10
to
74
Middlings,doubt« bushel
Coarse »aal .
Corn on
1*00
so
76
Shelled corn
76
Oround corn and oats. 68
Print fiatrer, p*r » whoiMaux .90
Print " 5. >• rrtati...;., M
T»fi " " - Wholreal. .40
Tub " " •• retail. it
.30
.■..î
M
Eggs, wholesale, per
Lricr, retail, par desen.
Chickens, alive wholesale....
Chickens, drosse, d wholesale.. .13
Ohlokens, alive, retail.
Chickens, dressed, retail
Oheeae, wholesale, per pound
Cheese, retail. ".12
JB
.26
»82
M
.12
j
.16
.14
Ifl
.18
.10
.14
.16
Mlrloln ftaaki pef poana..
Rump steaks per pound..
Hound steaks per pound..
Rib roast par PoaM.
Chuck roast i>er pound-...
Stewing pieces.
Bolling bits per pound....
Shins, ......m r..
Kidney fat,per pound.
Lamb chop«, per pound...
Lamb roast«, pee pound...
Mutton chops, per pound.
Mutton roasts, per pound.
Veal cutlets, per pound...
Veal roasts, per pound....
.* •» O .26
. .20
.16 • .16
.14
.19
.16
.8

.60
. .08
.98
.26
. .16
.16
. .12
U
: S g
,51
rout BTCt
wiwleul»
... 1.
roui;
Smoked hams,
Fresh Pork...,
Fresh Sausage
Shoulders.
Ifl
.11
11
LI
11
Dried beef
18

Nuit flitch.
Smoked baeon..
Uolo^na sausage
14
if
14
16
. 10
U
Sian
Spanish Mackerel.
Hock fish, per pound
White Perch, par poand
Trout, per poand...
H ullbat, per pound.
Catfish, per pound.
iilaok fish.
. .16
M
.17
.16
•16
.16
r
Blue fish...,
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Haddock...
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Potatoes, per naii-pee.u.
Swoet potatoes, per hair peck.
Cabbage,per head..
Turnips, per half peek..
Corn, perdoten.
"orn, per hundred.
Tomatoes, per half peck.
Tomatoes, per basset.
Pears, Hartfett per half peck...
.Bartlett per basket..
Peaches por half peck.
Peaches, per basket...
rapes, per pound..
Drapes, wholesale, per % ..
Apples, per basket....
Apples, per half peck,
basket..;..
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DMVOQISTH.
PRESCRIPTIONS !
—A SPECIALTY.
Medicine must be carefully
and accurately compounded,
lrom fresh, pure and reliable
drugs by competent persons.
Superior facilities lrom long
experience, skilled assistants,
and extensive variety of stock.
Three graduates in Pharmacy
employed; five qualified assist
ants.
Z.JAMES BELT,
-PHARMACIST
Cor. Sixth and Market Streets.
v lot mut m
f
The wives will dress the
Turkeys and il you will per
mit us to dress you in our
Fine Clothing we will be
abundantly thankful, while you
will not have cause to com
plain. Our Overcoat stock »
large and worthy your consid
eration.
A. C. YATES & CO.,
LEDGER BUILDING
Chestnut and Sixth Streets,
PHILADELPHIA.
LIU VOM VMALMMB.
UROVB
(JRANMK
PURE RYE WHISKY.
—IB FACT—
THE PUREST. RICH KMT ARB »KOT MYM
WHISKY KXTAKT.
bottle.
By the gallon
JAMES A. KELLY
J
Uniform tu
Q "*"äre
Absolntelypure rye.
and delicate Is lavor.
A «are and safe tonic.
A reliable stimulant
B. W. COR. TENTH AND ORANGE STB.
■v»-iy-»
Atlantic Garden
No. 224 King Street,
WM. LEGO, Proprietor.
1
ÄTOur i»
WINES, I
ALLEY
Hu- anb-n. Give
BEST »CABS
I« Always stocked with tlic choicest
.lglloKS and CTGARB. TEN PIN
d ell I KFLE BOARD
acal!."**
ni-clcd with
nav7-14-tf
^HK
—OF
LAGER BEER!
-IN THE CITY, ALIKE—
CITY,
PORTER AND ALE
ON DRAFT. AT
E. P. FREYE'S
NO. 17 EA8T SECOND STREET.
JytMM _
g PEC HT A SPAHN
Excelsior Lager Beer Brewery
—AND—
BOTTLING ESTABLISHMENT,
CORNER FIFTH AND DUPONT MTKKETM,
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.
JVOrdtrs by mall promptly filled.
Families supplied with bottled beer; pint
bottles S' ceuib a dozen.
▲ share of your patronage la respectfully solic
ited*_ l e 11-1-17
GRAND UNION HOTEL,
[European Plan]
and Restaurant,
OPPObITK THE PENNSYLVANIA DEPOT,
Wilmington, Delaware.
building, entirely newly
elegant style and oilers
comfo ts. Refreshments
Proprietor.
Thia hotel I« a
furitlslud In a
American ami G>
and eatables tfmt-cla«« at fair price«.
HENRY BLUlfTH.
leU
FOR THE HOLIDAYS 1
We \uk a trial of
very fine liquors for medi
cinal, flavurlug aud cooking purpose«.
FRENCH SPIRITS 1
NEW ENGLAND RUM !
JAMAICA RUM, SCOTCH 1 .
AND IRISH WHISKIES !
SHERRY AND l*ORT WINE !
Francis Kelly & Co.,
103 MARKET ST.
ChaL J. H. Beckett
108 WEST SEVENTH STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
SAMPLE ROOM.
My Block of Wines, Liquors and Fine
Cigars Is unsurpassed In this State.
ijro-tflL
TOHN P. DONAHOB.
V -BUTTLKH
4ND SOLE AGENT OF WILLIAM MABBEY
ACJO.'B PHILADELPHIA
Ale, Porter and Brown Stout,
—ALSO—
e Ct.cbrated Barthulomay Re« ester Beer,
fuc brewing« are unequalled for niirltyand
flav-tr: constantly on hand In kegs or
bottled. Mineral waters lu all
the diflureut n&vors.
b '7 AND 519 ORANGE STREET,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
Polite and accomirodaUng drivera. Orders
i>y mall promptly attended to. Ffe ts also connec
ted With tbe Telephone Exchange, and ins signs
U-"ft* myi-ib
e 1
[3
oiSaleLiSuö
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î
«
MOtUDTf.
OUR FIRST NUMBER
FOR FALL.
You will see many adver
tiscments 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
we have a larger stock than
usual because our trade de
mands it, and 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
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.
We have over Forty Styles
to show you in our Men's De
partment, and now, kind
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 of our stock, but if
you will stop in at
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 Æ 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 than by purchasing a
good, warm Suit and Overcoat
foi yoursell 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 228 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
same class of goods can be pur
chased elsewhere, the proprie
tor being desirous of turning
his goods into money as soon
as possible, on the principle
that a nimble sixpence is bet
ter than a slow shilling. Re
member we mear. business
when we say we can give you
the best 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
factioft 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 erder as low as $18, from
that upward. Call and see the
styles and prices at
the Old aud Reliable Clothing
House,
228-MARKET ST.-228
FOURTH E DIT, U s
THE'O'DONNELL TRIAL
Testimony o| the Only \V itne
I* or the Defense.
A WOMAN KILLED BY A EOY
TBIC DEPKRmK l«K<JI Ns
Ths O'IMnn.11 Tr*»| it,
7 ■ Csr Driver
*d8uinad-.Te»ii.
,u Casey*!
Matal.
tl'nired Pm. Dtop.tr,, lhe 0
London, Dec. l.-Tl,,. „
O Donnell for the mudn r of j. 1
WM mnmed tht. morrln. , Y i,ri 'ï
0,-orje Denmo In the oi,| .'I;; 1 '"'
Court. The room wti crowdni Lf l ' e
tor» lnclndtng a number of l.j,,.. ' *
null Mill maintained an ,t r of
tened attentl.alv to what hu ,
Rumell, had to re T w,lSr " r
IS® À"? onIy »«»ïb
the the defeuac. Ho ..u , !| J
a car drl.er from Port Ellztli.it ' " Jä
at the time of the ahootlnir !, "' t
on board the Metro« c.stlr H ! ;
that when the quarrel
O'Donnell and Carry y,, Ui ,' 1 ' n
him Vo run and fetch a pi.ioi; u,a'1!
not obey the requit k (l 1
young Carey Immediately ,ii.cov..r..i n .
hi. father Imd a weapon l„ 3
He was croes-exatnlned by Mr p,,|,
aiked whether young Carey .. K .
putol, * or ' Fetch the pbtol." Tlr , I"
um. declared that the word, uwt
Feten a pistol. You in? then Raid that t.>
waa Colonial born and had no Irish rH.f i,.nit
the testimony for me ,j,. '
and Mr. Charlea Ruteell M. p a „d ,
the counsel for the prison. r began I,;'
dreaa to the Jury, ft a very tbr.-üne »r
W.?îa.* 0 " Cl ^. dad " IUl "W"« the
dry* Waa thia murder, or whr th •
▼er discharged in reif defence;"
claimed that the teatimony
that the lattei was the cap«.
O'Duîj.
Hn
i
Uiat
me df
1-1
r- v •
!
went tu »how
Hardly Accidental
[United Press Dlspan h to th»- (ia
Danvilli, Ky., Dec. 1
named Charles Lytle, shot ami killed *
colored woman named Mollir Bruce, \
day, on Baughman's plant at inn. Lytle
fooling with a gun, anil claims that tl
shooting waa accidental, but uk l ie is said to
have disliked the woman and to have c
tlmoa made threats against her. He was ar
rested and will be tried f< r murder.
A Masonic Temple In name«
(United Press DIspatHi
New Yoke, Dec.l.—The Masonic Tempi!
corner of Twenty-third street and Sixth
avenue, is on fire and it is probable that the
upper stories will be destroyed.
A new play is about to be produced en
titled "What shall we do with it;"
well, If "it" is a bottle of Dr. Bull's Couth
Syrup, he'd better take a spoonful three
times a day until he gets rid ol his cough or
cold.
ette. J
A m
S'lin.-
Poisoned.
Thousands of persons are poisoned in
America by the continued use of Mercury,
Iodide of Potassium and other mineral", for
various diseases. The Mercury work* its
wav Into the tissues, producing rheumatism
and decay of the bones. The Iodide of Po
tassium eats away the coating of the stom
ach, and dries up the gastric juices which
digest the food, and the patient lingers
along In agony or is glad to die to get away
from misery. Swift's Specific is a complete
antidote to all this poison. It climinans
Mercury from the system, removes th« evil
effects of Iodide ot Potassium, and brings
back health End happiness. Send your ad
drees for a copy of Treatise on Blood and
Skin Diseases. Thb Swift Specipic Co.
Drawer 3' Atlanta, (Ja.
Worn Given out.
On receipt of your address we will make
an offer by which you can earn to $7
evenings, at your home. Men, Won in,
Bovs or Girls can do it. IL C. Wilkinson
A Co., M and 1OT Fulton street, Sew
fork.
New DmrtgnN
In bottles for covering at very reasonable
price».— -N. B. Danforth Druggist, Second
and Market.
Dr. Bimms' Pain Searcher, the perfectl'®
of pain medicines, prompt, qul^k, sure.
Immediate in relieving cramps, ; .ü«,
cholera morbus, neuralgia, rheumatism, e'*.
Depot, Fourth and King streets. Sold ly
druggists.__ _
TREES»
q'REES.
EMUIT. SHADE AND OKNAMKNTAl-W"'
ING BEAT VAKIL I 1.
RA8PBE , 'IRL î
-LHlbKkKIGIIW
CLRRA.M'»
>,at are kept In a llrJt
ArrLErt,
PEAIW.
PEACHED
PLUMS,
CHElUtI
And all varieties of
KTU4
ti
class nursery.
All tree« guaranteed true to name.
ÄF"Seud for price-llHt.
WILLIAM K. 1'KlEltS.
No. « West Hevcr.th Mr*'
u
PtfSPii
My * dr. ,
I
w*r'n« ' Am. U.
pUCCTRO VOLTAIC BELT, and "ftejJSfjjB
!i An* u an ces. We wtll send on rjnt »
..lal. TO MEN, YOUNG OH OLD. who arc pu« n *
from Nbutous Dbbimtt, Lout ' ' T * ,JT y.;. n i ' i " fr0BJ
»•eases of a Prbsonai. Natchii t**u 1C m
Abosbs and Other Causes Hpe'-dy rviwi
phite restoration to Health. Vioo» and
Ouaranteki». Bend at oiioo for Illustrated I mup
froo. Address »
Voltaic Belt Co., Marshall, Mich.
DO YOU DRIVE!
BOW MANY MILES
THE
ODOMETER
WILL TELL.
Tli U ln. trament I. iin :i» riftr lli«n »
uttl tlie txmcl numfi*T of m ilt. tlrlvl 11
i-ioo.b pMt m . mil.; wunt. u p 111 Jl*ï I>n ,
W.UT «» . du.t II, fi t: - 1 —*t * ,
horw. from h-ll.p ov«r <1 riven: '»_ alll ' JI |ky
to th. w tHH-l of . Bu.trr, t'. rrl.tf*, -
W..<in.;Kovt < *rt, Hiilhy riow 1 J< f *j"-^-
o r other vehicle. Invalua ble b* L_ —
PlM-nr. Itiiv ar.. ffiy.lci.n., rgroeni^"'.
ors l.rnymen. E.nre..m.n, wt. 1 t. _O- 11 ,
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