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IT WAS VERY FOGGY.
The Cm liter Chicago In a Collision—Part
of New .Ifi-te; Afloat.
New York, Nov. 11.—A heavy fog settled
over the rivers and the upper hay, accom
panied by a fine, misty rain. As the day
wore on the fog lilted somewhat, but it was
quite hazy at nightfall. Fortunately there
were hut few accident«. The most serious
was a slight c- Ills ion between the flagship
t'hica; < and Sorao car float« in tow of the
tug Loner Island in the East river. Ouo of
the car 11- ata wan slightly splintered. The
Chicago was not damaged. The Chambers
street terry lioat Pavonia narrowly recalled
collision with the steamship Werra.
The storm caused delays on all the rail
roads running through New Jersey. The
meadows, etretcliing from Jersey City to
Weehawken, were transformed into a lake,
and the occupants of tho shanties removed
their effect« to tho second story of their
houses. In Hoboken tho sewers liecamc
choked and the streets were submerged.
Hendricks' dam In Second river, near
Newark, went down liefere tho freshet and
the family of William Marshall, seven in
numlier, had a narrow escape. They Uveal
on a little island below tho dam and were
compelled to remain on the root of their
house for five hours before relief reached
them The damage will amount to several
thousand dollars. Considerable damag u wa
also done at Plainfield.
DR. PETER'S FATE.
Ideal. Tiedemann'« right With Tarn
River Native«.
Lont-ox, Nov. 11.—A dispatch from Zan
sihnr gives the substance of the report that
the Peter's ex|mdition has mot with disaster
The story is that a party of 8omalis dis
persed the German column, killing two of
the Europeans end wounding another The
report was brought to Zauzitm
sheek It is not generally credited there.
Iietters from Lieut Tiedemann have been
received, which give a graphic account of
hie quarrel with the natives during the as
cent by the Peter's expedition of the Tara
river. The trouble occurred while he was
endeavoring to procure boats for transport
purpoeea 77» native« refused to sell, and
su the boat« were indispensable, Tiedemann
tiled to force the owner« to dispose of them.
The owners thereupon threatened Tiede
mann with their javelins, and the lieutenant
was obliged to fire in self defense. The
native* of several adjacent villages uame to
the aid of the assaulted villagers, and the
Germans, being greatly outnumbered, wore
forced to flee. They escaped from tho |mr
*uer* only by hiding In a banaua grove dur
ing the darkness.
THREE MSN BLOWN UP.
Vrlghtful Boiler Explosion at a Hazle
ton, Fa., Coal Ulna.
Wu.KjtsnAJ.iui, Pa,. Nov. 11.—Five boiler«
at Pardee & Co.'s cool mine, nnar Hasleton,
exploded Sunday, killing Jobu Burke, Frank
Munck and Joseph Kami. Cold water In a
hot boiler was the uauae.
The mine will lie closed for several weeks,
throwing a large number of men and boys
out of work. The massive boiler house and
its foundations were completely wrecked.
r by an Arab
To Still Fight the Standard.
New York, Nov. 11.—Tbo Herald mji;
*'Th« news that tho Craig K lkins*Rivard
Bjrndiaa> of l ittaburg had sold out to the
Standard Oil company occasioned wide
spread comment among thorn» interested in
oil. A gentleman familiar with the »itua
Won «ays that Home six months a#o the di
rector» of the Producers' association re
solved that if this sale was effected they
would lay a pipe lino themselves from Penn
sylvania to (he sealn>ard and become a di
rect competitor of the Standard. They then
made errencements for the engagement
of $6,(X .),r>00 for tliis purpose, and for an ad
ditional $b,0CM,(J0O to build new rstlneries on
the Atlantic seal »card. This money has all
been guaranteed by prominent capital ist» of
this city, Pittsburg and Philadelphia.
TrHln Waul, »lOD.OOO.
Bortov, Nov. 11.—Georg. Fraud» Train
entertained «00 poupl« at Music hall lout
night. Hu »(jjjcaxod first iu the ««ereuok.-r
suit iu which bo panulcl the «treets yester
day «Iter hi. relea-sc from jail After he
had spoken for half nu hour or so bo took oil
the seersucker and, towing It into a corner,
appeared .n a regulation dre.-w milt The
audience lau, "hod gi«wl naturudiy, and
looked upon it
Francis u»ked tho audience if It considered
him insane, and a big "No" was blended
back at him. He announced hl« intention of
suing the country for $100,000.
a hugo joke. George
For a Fair Maid's Favor.
tVn.KK-BAKRK, Pa., Nov. 11,—A dreparate
fist fight has just occurred at a secludA spot
near No. 4 colliery of the Delaware and
Hudson Coal company at Plymouth. The
principals were Elmer Gross and Frank
Anderson. For some lime they have been
rival, for tbo hand of the name girl, ami a»
eho did not show any marked preference,
they decided to settle the matter themselves.
A ring was -taked off, seconds chosen and in
the fight which eiiMted Anderson was knocked
out, ami renounced all claim to the girl.
A Ml.stag Minister.
F*IX Rtvma, Mass., Nov. 11.—Tbs waiter«
ou the «team ir Puritan found on tho vessel '«
arrival hers from New York that tho occu
pant of stateroom I4f was missing, and it Is
thought ho jumped overboard during tho
nigh'. Hi. clothes, overcoat, hat, a gold
watch and other article* were found in the
Btataroien. From a letter found In a pocket
of the cost it 1« believed the missing pas
senger i. the Rev. C. H. Smith, of Dor
chester.
Heir, to •51,000,000.
Bixvid: lut, N. J., Nov. 11.—William H.
Van Doroo. -îaq., of Washington, N. J., ha*
received a let ter notifying him that he and
his motu. r at d brother, are heirs to a por
tion of a German estate valued at $51,000,000,
which w, s left by his great grandfather. She
million. Ire Fisher, of Germany. Mr. Von
Doren use employed ablo counsel to look
after the estate and will sail in a few days
for Germa ny.
 Wreck at Rouelle.
Roskllb, N. J., Nov. 11.—A mi «placed
switch here caused a bod smash up nt mid
night on Saturday on the Contra! Railroad
of New Jersey. A vest bound cool train
dashed it,to the company's yard from the
main lire and came into coilislou with five
pasMngrr coaches standing on tho side track.
The ooache? wen badly wrecked ami tbe hies
Is estimated at 820,000. There were several
narrow escapes, but no one was hurt
Tale Defeats Cornell.
Ithaca. N. Y., Hot. ll.-The Yate-Comell
football gamo resulted in a soore of 7U to 0
in favor of Y'ale. Harris, of the Cornell
team, was badly injured and one Yale man
w«« carried off the field also seriouaij hurt.
Weather indication,.
Generally wider and Irom cloudy to portly
cloudy, preceded bv rain and toUowud by
clearing. -
Administrator', dole.
William C. Spruauoe, Esq., administra
tor c. t. a. of King Dolbow, deceased, on
Saturday sold the following
public sale. Houses Nos.
West Fourth street, to Fred. Kienle, for
$1,530 each. Houses Nos. 318. 817 and
319 Orange street, for $800, $482, and
$8.000, respectively, to J. Pork« Postles.
H'ffjae No. 4(82 Poplar street, to William
Until th, for $8.110. Sixty shares of
Union National Bank stock, to John
' •"'-r H», wL
property
209 and 204

-»a per share,
N1nAf**n «bares Union National
m.
SHERIFF'S SALES.
Sheriff Alleu Sell* m Let of |K«>I Estate on
SetnnUy.
At tho Court House on Saturday Sheriff
Alien disposed of the following real
estate ;
One house on northerly side of "Eighth
street, 98 feet east of Jackson, the prop
erty of Edward Forrest, to J. E. Smith,
attorney, for $1,000.
One throe story brick house, northwest
corner Seventh and Madison streets,
property of Christopher Dougherty, to
Germania Loan Association, for $3,200.
House on south side of Twelfth street,
130 feet from east side of Washington
street, property of William It. Beatty
for $3,000 to J. E. Smith, attorney.
Two houses on south side of Twelfth
street 185 feet west of Clayton, the prop
erty O. W. Gooding, were bought by Mr.
Gooding for $1,425 and $1,450 respec
tively.
One two story frame house on easterly
side of Townsend stieet 140 feet from the
south side of avenue A, the property of
Patrick Biggins to J. E. Smith, attorney
for $600.
One two-story brick dwelling on Second
street, near Scott, property of W. U.
Beatty, to F. H. Hoffecker, attorney, fur
$785.
The buildings bounded by Seventh
avenue, Anchorage street, Sixth avenue
and Brown stfeet, property of William
B. Beatty, to John E. Torbert for $500.
Two-story brick dwelling on Second
street, fuear Scott street, property
William R. Beatty, to F. H. Hoflfeoker
for $790. One house adjoining the above
also to Mr. Hoffecker for $785.
House at southwest oorner Second and
DuPont streets, property of !..
Beatty to J. E. Smith, attorney, $1,200.
Three story brick house on West street
between Eleventh and Twelfth streets,
property of William Beatty, to J. E. Tor
bert, for $5.825.
One house on Madison street between
Eighth and Ninth streets, property
Margaret Simmons, to Germania L
Association, $775.
Sheriff Alien also sold on Saturday at
Townsend the following farms, the prop
erty of Andrew Baird of Blackbird hun
dred : The home farm to George H.
Bates, Esq., for $4,000; the Crow farm
to Isaac Truax for $8,000, subject to a
mortgage of $8,500.
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Weather,
Indication« at 1 p. m. for Delaware:
Fair, warmer, winds becoming south
westerly.
New York Herald Forecast«:—The
energetic «tor rn moving yesterday from
Minnesota «astwardly will probably con
Unite Its advance to-day to the Atlantic
coasts with increasing force, possibly be
coming dangerous to coastwise shipping
on Long island Sound and adjacent
waters. Temperature was nearly sta
tionary in the United States yesterday,
but fell in the Northwest. In this city
and suburban districts to-day fair to
partly cloudy weather will probably pre -
vail, with slight thermal changes, and
fresh variable winds, followed by higher
temperature, southerly winds and possi
bly by rain. On Tuesday in this city and
section and in New Ragland colder,
cloudy to partly cloudy weather will
probably prevail, preceded by rain ov
snow, with southwesterly to northwest
erly winds, followed by clearing and fair
weather, and on Wednesday colder, f«lr
weather. A "cold wave" of some severity
will probably develop iu the rear of the
storm.
Baynard's thermometer, 7 a. m., 47; 9
a. m., 48:11 a. m., 49; 1 p. m. 51.
Wilmington Clearing Hons«.
Theaxchanffesofthe Wilmington banka
at the clearing bouse to-day were: Clear
iugs, $125.065.87: balances, »24,654 12.
Philadelphia Theatrical.,
Richard Mansfield's superb revival of
"Richard 111" at the Broad Street,
in Philadelphia, attract« much and de
eerved attention. Every one who cares
for Ute better things iu theatrical art
should make a point of seeing this elabor
ate production. It will bo acted all this
week and at the Saturday matinee,
the Wednesday matinee the Ibsen play
"A Doll's Home," which has been the
subject of so much discussion, will be
repeated.
Mr.
TbmU m
At
and Mrs. Kendal will appear dur
ing the entire week at the Chestnut
Street Theatre in the plavg of "The
Queen'» Shilling," "The Weaker Sex,'
and "A Scrap of Paper." The latter
well known piece will be the attraction
of the early part of the week, and "The
Keudaia" are aaid to appear iu It to great
advantage.
CHURCH NOTES.
Rev. W. L. S. Murray, presiding elder,
will preach in Asbury Church this even
ui,;
Rev. J. W. Balderston of Philadelphia
will preach in the First M. P. Church to
night,
The Wilmington M. E. Preachers'
Association held a short session this
morning.
The First Presbyterian Sunday school
will celebrate its anniversary on Monday
November 25.
Rev. Abraham Jackson of Santa Bar
bara. Cal., preached at the Unitarian
Church yesterday.
Rev. Paul Martin, acting secretary of
the Y. M. 0. A. conducted tho Gospel
service yesterday afternoon.
Father de Buyter addressed a meeting
of colored people In 8t. Mary's R. C.
Church yesterday afternoon.
DuPont Post, Q. A. R , attended ser
vice at Asbury Church yesterday morn
ing. Chaplain James McCoy preached.
Rev Charles E. Murray preached iu
8t. Andrew's Church on "Naamau, the
Leper," and compared leprosy with sin.
Father Ambrose of The Plains, Md..
will succeed Father Wirt, O. 8. B, . at
Sacred Heart R. C. Church
Wirt will return to Elizabeth, N. J.
Rev, Edward Henry Eckel, of Newport
and Stanton, preached In Calvary Church
yesterday morning. Rev. David' Howard
of Calvary, preached at St. James's,
Newport, in the morning.
Dr. Todd preached a sermon yesterd ay
hospitals and the duty of caring for
the sick, after which a collection was
taken for the benefit of the two hospitals
In this city, by which $92 was realized.
Rev. Charles A. Grise preached before
ninety members of the Heptasophs or
Seven Wise Men in Brandywine Church
yesterday morning. His sermon related
m the origin of the order and its bene
Father
on
fita.
Calvary Church was crowded at both
services yesterday. Miss Lowery presided
at the organ. Professor C. B. Rhoads,
leader of the choir, sang a solo in the
morning. Messrs. Oeary and McLaugh
lin sang a duet at the evening service.
The Rev. George E. Thompson, pastor
of Olivet Church, preached his fourth
illustrated sermon last evening, his snb
ject being "Separations in Eternity.'
The church was crowded to the dour.
The sermon was solemn and impressive
throughout as the speaker explained the
separation of the sheep from the goat»,
the wheat from the tares, the righteous
from tbe wicked. At the close of the
sermon three persons stood np for pray
or*. Hr. Thompson will continue them
on
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ITEMS OF INTEREST
Satisfied Old Maid (fishing for a com
pliment)—''Tell me, darling, why you
prefer me to any of these other girls for
a bride?" Sensible Old Bach—"On my
wedding tour X don't want people to think
lam a newly married man."—Chicago
Journal.
Ip you have catarrh, you are in danger,
as the disease is liable to become chr>. nie
and affect the general health, or develop
into consumption. Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures catarrh by purifying and enriching
the blood, and building up the system.
Give it a trial.
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"He was a good, kind, excellent hus
band," observed the sympathizing caller,
"and am I sure nobody can ever take his
place." "N-not entirely," replied the be
reaved young widow.—Chicago Tribune.
The finest stock of Trunks and Satch
els, Robes and Blankets, at U. Yergei's
Harness and Collar Works, 407 Shipley
Street. Prices right.
LimiTNimi strikes without the assist
ance of a walking delegate.—Pittsburg
Chronicle.
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First Annual
Chrysanthemum exhibition at Odd Fel
low's Hall, Nov. 14, 15 and 10. Admis
sion 15 and 25 cents.
When you forgive an enemy
Tho stings t hat «mankind blister.
The reason thon is one or two
lie 1« a bigger man than you.
Or ha« a pretty sister.
—Liverpool Post.
Pain and dread attend the use of most
catarrh remedies, Liquids and snuffs are
unpleasant as well as dangerous. Ely's
Cream Balm is safe, pleasant, easily sp
illed into the nostrils, and a sure cure.
It cleanses the nasal passages and heals
the inflsmtd membrane, giving relief at
once. Price 50c.
Siik—"W hat do you auppose supports
the vast arch of the heavens?" He—"The
moonbeams, I guess. "—Lowell Citizen.
Tiib most obstinate cases of catarrh
are cured by the use of Ely's Cream
Balm, the only agreeable remedy. It is
not a liquid or snuff, is easily applied to
For cold lu the bead It is
magical. It gives relief at once. Price 50
cents.
Screwdriver—"W ell, what do you
think of met" Screw—"I must say you
have turned my head."—Lawrence Amer
ican. ,
Bkikineh & Engel "Taunhaeuser" Beer.
Foord Bottling Co.
Jcdok—"W hat did yon «teal that
whisky fort" Prisoner—"I was invited,
your honor. The bottle sat in front of a
card which read 'take the elevator.'"—
Binghamton Republican.
Fbhrknbach's and Stoeckle's Beers.
Foord Bottling Co.
ROBT. Smith's India Pale Ale, XX
Brown Stout, Foot'd Bottling Co.
"Silk hats pressed while you wait,"
said tho dude, as he sorrowfully gnzed on
his tile alter a near sighted man had
mistaken it for a camp-stool
Dh. DeHaii!« s pennyroyal pills $1,
Sold by druitf'sts; aleo by mail. 203 N.
Ninth street, Philadelphia, Ladies be
ware of in i tut >ona
o<
the nostril«.
MAUMKb.
RHVIN-MARKLEY.-On November 6, at
No. 1100 West street, by the Rev. Chari«*« A.
(Dice, Harry G. Ervin and Kati« W, Mart ley,
both of Wilmington.
Norristown papers please copy.
GORDON—COMEHHOKD.—At Pt. Paul's
M. K. parsonage. No. 305 West Seventh street,
on Thursday evening, November 7, by the
Rev Louis K. Harrell, Daniel M. Grodon of
Philadelphia and Charlotte Comerlord of
Wilmington.
LUDLAM-McJvlNLKY.—At Camden, N.J.,
on the 6th instant,by the Rev. W. H. Burrell,
Charles Ludiam and Annie McKinley, both of
this city
LUND— MA Y NE— On November 6, at
Burlington, N.J., by the Rev. Joseph L. Roe,
Thomas Lund of Landen berg. Pa., and Laura
8 Mayne of Wilmington, Del. m
M U RPH ttY—PIERSON. —On the 6th of '
November, by the Rev L Marks, I>. D„
James M Murphy of Philadelphia and Miss
Kva T. Pierson of Wilmington.
HEED—COOK.—On Wednesday, November
6, by the Rev. John D. C. Hanna, Walter W
Heed and Miss Rosie A. Cook both of W il
mngtoQ.
SMALL— DONAHUE — At 8t Paul's M. E
partOfOge. No. 305 West Seventh street, on
Monday, November 4, by the Rev. Louis E.
Barrett, John hmall of Philadelphia and
Kate Donahue of Gloucester, N. J.
DUD.
ABPIN.— In tbi« city, on November 5, 1H89.
John Aspin, aged 00 years.
DURHAM.—On the 4th instant, Peter Dur
ham, aged 6ô years.
DOUGHERTY.-In this city, on November
5, James Dougherty, aged Myears,
GLA8COF..— On November 10, 18M>, Mr«.
Marla Oloecoe, aged S3 years.
HOLT.—In this city, on the 9th instant.
Mary, widow of the late Isaac Holt, aged 87
years
VANSANT.—In thlsclty. on the 8(b lx »tant,
Mrs. Marla, widow of the late William N Mi
sant, in the 97th year of her age.
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Catarrh
1« a constitutional and not a local diseaM,
and therefore It cannot be cured by local ap
plications. It requires a constitutional rem
edy like Hood's Sarsaparilla, which, working
through the blood, eradicates the tnpurlty
which causes and promotes the disease, and
effects a permanent cure. Thousands of
people testify to the auccess of Hood's Bars»
Catarrh
partlla as a remedy for catarrh when other
preparations had tailed. Hood's Sarsaparilla
also builds up the whole system and makes
you feel renewed in health and strength. —
" Hood's Sarsaparilla has helped me more
for catarrh and Impure blood than anything
else I ever used." A. Bali., Syracuse. N. Y.
Hood's Sarsaparilla I
Sold by all druggists, fl; »lx for is. Prepared only
by C. L HOOD A CO., Apothecaries, Lowell. Ms»>.
IOO Doses One Della*'
at
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or
TO THE SMOKING PUBLIC.
I have just received in store this
day a fine lot of
SEIDENBET KEY WEST
CIGARS,
the
Which I can offer at a Greatly Reduced Price,
$4-50 PER HUNDRED.
$2.25 for 60 Box,
Which 1» 40 per cent lese than original price.
A call will pay you.
W. G. ROBELEN,
108 W. Seventh St.
DENNISO* A
jrOU8BKl-EPER'.-i GROCERY LIST
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Ben ni son & Peach,
102-104 EAST FIFTH STREET.
1. I»«*«t Sugar Uured Ham«.12clb
2. P.cHt Sugar Cured California Hams.. l)c lb
3. Beat IWnlePH Hum*.I2<* lb
4. Heat Sugar Cured Hhouldei a .8c lb
14c lb
10c lb
7. Be»i California Mtiftcntells Raisins, .iftc 1b
7c lb
To In
5. Best Dried Beef .
«. Beet New Val. Kaisln»
H. Best New Drape» Kvuporated...
0. Bent New Currante.
10. Hem Sun Dried Apple*.
11. Kent Small Pickle» in Vinegar.
12. He« l Needle»» Cherries.
Li. Best New Le«liorn Citron.
14. Herd, New Lemon Peel.
15. Best New Orange f*eol.
»0. Best Brodies» Halslns.
17. Best Fancy Bll vor Prune».
ln. Be«t California Prune», KM»in Cured 12c lb
1U. Ke?it California Prune*,Raisin Cured 10c lb
30. Best Cider Vinegar, 3 year old...
21. Best White Wine Vinegar.
22. Bent Parlor ^atchey, 3,000 for....
23. Best Cream Cheese.
24. Beat Honey Drip 8y
25. Heat Queen Ta hl« 8
lb
doz
17c lb
UpcII;
.'«I- lb
ITcih
!lh2s
• SUc lb
25c khI
25c «Ai
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15c lb
40c gal
6Cc «al
.50c ^al
run.
yrup.
20. Best Sugar Svrup, Pure.
27. BeHtNcvr Buckwheat, 61b.
28« 0 lb Best Milled Oat».
2W. 0 lb He»t Oat Meal .
30. 4 doz Best Clothes Plu» .
31. Bent Hemp Clothes Line.
32. 3lb Best Lard.
33. 5 gal Oil Can» Killed 180 Are test at. .12c gal
84. Best New Crop N O. Moluase».7''c gal
35. Very Oood N. O. Molutses.HOcgal
36. Good N O. Molasse» .6 V gal
37. Best Rico. . He lb
3H. Best Broken Rice. .5c lb
3fc. Brot Mince Meat, 3 lb. 25c
40. Best Jelly..0c lb
41. 1 Bushel Basket, iron bound . . .65c
42. Ken New Hominy, per quart.
43. Best New' Bean», j*er quart...
41. Java Coffee, delicious.
45. Jav » Coffee, flue.
40, Java Coffee, good.
*17. > an I os ColTeo. elegant.
Maricabo Coffee.
40. Golden Hlo Coffee.
50 Uio, superb Crown Prince
51. 1 Iron Coal Selve .
52 Our own Hleud Tea. the drive..
53. Tie best Knit, t reakfaat.
M. The best unoolored Japan.
55. Good uncolored Japan .
66. Finest Foin os a .
67. Oood Black and Green.
58. Japan Tea, Drinkers* Pride.60c
50. Asam Tea..
00, 8 can« Whole Tomatoes .
61. 3 can» Sugar Corn.
62. Corn Meal, Yellow or While
63. Best Tapioca.
64. Best Macaroni..
65. '1 dozen P Sr G. Ollne Soap.
66. 5 lb». Kirk Ollne Soap.
67. 0 lb». Lancaster < Bine Soap.25c
68. Our own Soap, » bar».
♦ill. Quaker City Soap, 7 tars . ..
70. Circus soap, 6 barn.
71. Broom».
72. Condensed Mince Meat .
73. 6 lbs Louudry Starch.
74 2 Hooped Water Pale».
75. 1 gal Stone Jug».
76. The cheapest place to buy ilour, ah the
leading brands sold
77. CornHtarch.
78. 1 qt Bottle Blue.
TV. Potatoes insr bushel.
HO. Potato*» pe.* bus le l.
81 Eagle W«»h Board» .
. Universal Wa«h Boards.
83. Northern Quseu Board.
84. Salmon, 2 cans.
HA. Salmon, 1 can. ...
86 Sa non, i can.
87. Eagle Brand Condensed Milk
88. Preach Pea».
Mb 4lb«. Cook ng Figa.
90. 6 Bags Flour.
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DENNISON & BEACH.
Give us a call at the Granger Store,
108 & 1C4 1C. Fifth street.
Wilmington
BUSINESS CARDS
■. ■
We are receiving now goods every dav.
You miss something if you don't come every
«lay. Our Hue basnet tired Japan tea came to
«ia ; it is pure vood». So i» our English
breakfast: si» is our 60 cents Oeiong. We
stand oil' and admire our teas and coffees;
they are fair to the eye and delicious to the
palate. We have enlarged our p ace and have
room to show onr goods. We have Strawberry
Jam for lea. We have orange Marmalade
Cherry Sauce fur puddings. Nev seedless
Cherr es; new currants aid raisins; necter
iene,'aprloot* Will tell you one drive we
have is 3 lbs. of California pcacheB, 25ct»., 3
lbs. Evaporated Apples, 25 et» ,; best Mince
Moat, 3 lim. fur 25 cts. We have It made. Find
the sweet new citron, lemon and orange peel
davor» You saw those glass jars Of Gold
Leaf Lard and Castle Hock Cheese. W e have
fine butter, 25cts. Fresh eggs always on baud
All country produce, dap jacks and sausage
for Sundsy morning breakfu i. Is what you
want Lot of tine Irish du'ee. landed hv
steamer vesterd.iy. We have a thousand
bushels of White Star potatoes. Can serve
you all cheap Applo £oap ai b» At King street
T. M. WEIR.
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■pHOMAJH MoHUOH,
WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER.
Yietawar*.
Ne. 13 Market Strue
WUmliictoB.
AMKB A. KELLY,
WINE ME HU li ANT,
Sol» Aeent for Hohein'.an HeSwelai be,}
Onraor Tenth aud Shipley «tresis.
EXCURSIONS.
«TTLITINGTON &TEABÜAT COMPANY,
r ■ bteamers
CITY OF CHESTER
AND
BRANDYWINE
FALL SCHEDULE. 1 , _—.
For Cheater ami Philadelphia, commencing
Monday, September 2, leave Fourth street
wharf dally (Sundays Included) at 7.3Ü and
10.3U a m., 1.00. and 4.15 p. m.
For Marcus Hook, 7 3oa in. and 4.15 p m.
Leave Philadelphia, Chestnut street w harf,
at 7.30 and 10 15 a m., 1.30, and 4 U) p. m.
Telephone No. 87
OUR STORY
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Lodçer Biiildiugr,
Sixth and Chestnut Sts.,
PHILADELPHIA.
CLOTHING
FOR MEN. BOYS AND CHILDREN.
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M. J. SHARKEY,
BOTTLER.
AM lending brands of B££H and BROWN
STOUT for family us<..
Pleasant and HarrliOR Streets.
M. MEGÄRY & SON,
Ko. 516 Tatnall Street,
AND
S. E. Cor. 6th and Ta nail Sts.
Plush Floor Hockers.
We have this week a few
bargains to offer you, which are
too great to pass by unnoticed.
First we offer you our line of
Plush Floor Rockers at greatly
reduced prices, to make room
for new slock pushing us for
admittance,
(Jur prices in these Rockers
ranged from $4 to $20, we have
cut them as low as $2.75.
Each Rocker has received a
cut of from one to three dol
lars, the frames are polished
Cherry or Antique Oak, Up
holstered in different shades of
Silk Plush, they are just the
thing to buy now while they
are going so cheap.
CARPETS.
Our second offer is in Wool
Extra Super Ingrain Carpets.
We give you these Carpets at
50c per yard. You pay that
much for cotton carpets. Look
around your friends before
buying, examine what is offer
ed you, then look at what we
give you for 50c, and wonder
how we do it. Simple enough,
we are on the bottom floor of
carpet prices and want to put
you there with us. The shrewd
est shopper will at once consid
er it a bargain to get a good
carpet for 50c.
Our third offer is in 30 inch
Smyrna Rugs. We have an
overstock of this size Rug and
have concluded to place this
lot at the very low price of
$2.50. Every body knows a
Smyrna Rug can be turned,
wear it on this side and then on
that, and still its good.
Can you crowd so much
service and relahility into any
other Rug? No not for $2.50
nor $5.
Is such a Rug worth $2.50
to you? Come while we have
them for you, as we cannot
always give them to you at
this price.
M. MEGARY & SON.
Cash or weekly and monthly
payments.
LOGAN HOUSE,
Opposite Delaware Avenue Depot,
(B.*0. R. R.)
JOHN D. KELLY, Proprietor.
Under the new management the public art
assured unsurpassed accommodations
Oysters In any style.
Meals and Lunches always'ready
Finest Wines. Liquors and Cigar«
H. L. BROWN.
Contractor for Hauling,
Boarding, Livery, Feed and Exchange Stables
NOS. lit) AND 112 ORANOE STREET.
All kinds of Hauling done at short notice*
by dav or contract. Under personal super«
vision when ieslred. All faotUties for
Ingr bs,w ai-.lcl««. Talenbons
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SHERIFF'S SALKS
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S HERIFF'« SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Levari Facias to me directed,
will he exposed to Public Sale, at tho
Court House.on Market streei. between Tenth
and Eleventh streets, In the City of Wilming
ton, New Castle County, Delaware,
ON SATURDAY',
THE 16ts DAY OP NOVEMBER, 1889,
At 2 o'clock p. m„
Tlie following described real eetato, viz:
All that certain lot of land and the three
story brick dwelling thereon, situate In the
city of Wilmington, bounded and described
as follows, to wit:
Beginning at the northerly side of Third
street, between Poplar and Lombard streets,
at the distance of 18n feet from the westerly
side of l.ombard street, thence northerly par
allel with Lombard street 86 feet 11 inches to a
stake, thence westerly parallel with Third
Street 1H feet to another stake, thence south
erly by a nev. line parallel with I-ombard
street 8« feet U inches to the said side of Third
street, and thenco therewith easterly 18 feet to
the place of beginning, be the contents what
they may. . . ..
(Seized and taken In execution as the prop
erty of Frank K. Slocum and John C. Cole,
late trusters, and the Security Trust and
Safe Deposit Company, trustee tor Martha
M. Davis, 1.1„ and to be sold by „
ALVAN ALLEN. Sheriff.
SberllT« Olflc«. W ilmingt o n, net. 30. laee.
S HERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Levari Facias, to mo di
rected, will be exposed lo public sale at the
Gilpin House, kept by Frank Pinkerton, in
the city of Newcastle. New Castle hundred
and county, Delaware,
ON THURSDAY.
THE 21st DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1889.
At 10 o'clock, a. m„
The following described real estate, viz :
All that certain lot of land and two-and-a
half »torv frame dwelling thereon, situate on
the northwesterly tide of .M arket street, be
tween Chestnut and North streets. In the city
of New Castle aforesaid,bounded and deei rib
follows, that is to say: Beginning at. a
point on the said northwesterly side of Mar
ket street. In a line of land formerly of Frank
Jacksom, colored, now of Margaret B. Hirer;
then by that Une In a northwesterly direction
128 feet, more or lese, to the southeasterly side
of a 20 feet, wide strtat (to be openedl, thence
by «aid side of «aid 28 feet wide street- in a
southwesterly direction, 20 feet to a Une of
4»hd of Anuila M Hlzar. thence by that line
[V (Ttai dÄtt» t~t S£rè U *r taÜ
io the reld Äwe^lriy slAe o" Marini
itri-ta^d then« bv the same In a northeast
I» Hlnd'tlnn fe>nt to the DlUCfOf h*nrinning.
s2SÄ ÄSilt
UU wife, and to AT.T.F. N Sheriff.
ed as
be
I Say What Everybody Says
fl
WHO SEES
GRINSELL'S
Up
iiirgc Stock and finds out
his Low Prices, that he sells
the
ff
Cheapest in the City
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FURNITURE, STOVES, CARPETS,
BLANKETS, OIL CLOTHS, COMFORTS,
Bedding, Hanging Lamps, Etc.
Weekly and Monthly payments, or 5 per cent off
for cash. All goods marked in plain figures.
THUS. GRINSELL,
S. E. Cor. Second andJOrange Streets.
Open Evenings until 9 o'clock.
SAMUEL SLESINCER,
NO. 706 FRENCH STREET,
Leading Credit House.
PRICES THE LOWEST, TERMS THE MOST LIBERAL.
Furniture, Carpets, Bedding, Stoves.
Clothes for Men, Youths, Boys and Children.
Liulies' Seal Plush Coats, Wraps and Jackets.
Misses' and Children's Coats, Dry Goods and Underwear. Also
Watches.
Open evenings until 9 o'clock; Saturday and Tueiday until 11.
SAMUEL SLESINCER,
No. 706 French Street.
HHICKIKF'S SAtKS.
S HERIFF'S WALK.—BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Venditioni Exponas, to me directed,
will be exposed to public »ale at the hole!
of Fred. Sturgeon, in Newport, iu Christiana
hundred. Del..
ON FRIDAY,
THE 15th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1889,
At 2 o'clock p. m„
Thf* following described real estate, viz.:
All that certain farm and tract of land with
the building thrreou erected, situate in Mill
Creek hundred. New Castle c ounty and State
of Delaware, bounded and described a-s fol
lows, to wit:
Beginning at a stake toward the earterly
of the public road leading to Newark, at I
or near its junction with the New London and !
Christiana road: thence along the road last
named south 84 degrees and 18 minutes, west
4 « bains and 44 links to a stake; thence north
88 degrees and 85 minutes, west 0 chains and
10 links to a stake near entrance lo a lane;
thence along said land by other lands of Lewis
F»dl, south 5) degrees and 45 minutes, vest 17
chains and 41 links to a stone, a corner for
laud of William Carlyle; thence by land of
said William Carlyle these next six courses to
wit: South 8 degrees and 20 minutes east,
continuing along said land 7 chains and »5
links, south 49 degrees and 40 minutes, west
2 chains and 11 links, also along said lane to
another stone, south 16 degrees and 33 minute*»
east 15 chains and 01 link» to a stone, north 71
degree» and 10 minute», «*%»t 37H links to a
stone, south t7 degrees and 45 minutes, cast 2
chains and 30 links to a stone near a run, and
seuth 72 degrees and 10 minutes, went 7 chains
and 10 links to a stone In Hue of land of Eliza
beth Little; thence by her land south 17 du
rées and 20 minutes east 1 chain and 41 links
s'one, and smith 35 degrees, east 13 chain»
and 18 link» to a »tone by un ash tree, a corner
of lands of Walter Craig; thence by said
('wig's land these next o courses, to wit:
North 7 degrees and 5 minutes, east 20 chains
and 41 links to a large stone, south 48 degrees
ami 45 minutes, oust .♦ chains and 53 Unk» to a
stone, and north HO degrees and 55 minutes,
east 5 chains anil 4 links to a large bla k oak
tree standing in the public road first men
tioned; thence along the same these remain
ing 5 courses, to wit: North -9 degrees and 15
i-i.i.
.•
tionea; tuence along
in g 5 courses, to wit: Norm -w negroes aim id
minutes, east 7 chain« and 80 links to a »take,
north 10 degrees and 30 minutes, west 4 chains
and f.O links to a stake, north 4 degree« ant f>0
minute?, west 5 chains to a stake, north 23 de
gree«, west 10 chain« and 34 links to an old
stone, and north 20 degrees and 10 minutes,
east 43 chains and 72 links to the place of be
ginning, containing 83 acres of land, more or
.ess, with a two-ntory frame dwelling, stone
and frame barn, two-story frame carriage
house and grainery, pigery. etc.
Seized and taken in execution a« the prop
erty of Mary E. Mines and John Mime, and
to be sold by
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ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff.
Sheriff'« Office. Wilmington, Oct. 28. 188».
S HERIFF'S SALE.-BY' VIRTUE OF A
writ of levari Facias to me directed, will
be exposed to public sale, at t he Court HonSc,
on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh
streets, in the city of Wilmington, New Castle
county, Delaware,
ON FRIDAY,
THE 22nd DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1889,
At 2 o'clock p. m„
The following described real estate, viz:
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land
with a brick dwelling thereon erected, situate
in the city of Wilmington, bounded and
described as follows, to wit;
Beginning on the westerly side of Madison
street between s ightli and Ninth streets, at
the distance of IB feet » Inches from the
northerly side of Eighth street, by land of
Kotiert Jones 85 feet to the easterly fide of
Morrow street, thence northerly parallel with
Madison street, by said side of Morrow street
111 feet, thence easterly parallel with Eighth
street 85 feet to the side of Madi-on street, and
thence by tbe same southerly IB feet to the
place of beginning, bo the contents thereof
what they may.
Seized and taken In execution as the
erty ot Robert Pyle and Mary J„ his
and t. t., and to be sold by , , _
ALVAN ALLEN, bheriff
HherifTs Office, Wilmington. Nov. 5,1889. „
CUKK1KF.S BALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
Ö writ of Levari Facias tome directed« will
be exposed lo Public Bale at the Court Ho«»©,
on Market street, between Tenth ami Eleventh
streets, in tbe city of Wilmington, New Uaell«
county, Del.
, , .
city of Wllmlngt
a as follows, to wit: nf to.
Beginningsat J 4 ^«? r 'D®Mtoorner of Setenth
and Church streets. thence tiortlmrlj Along
the easterly side ol^ht^hat^t fret ta
a«? fwt to » Sortier
with Seventh street a«J *«« ,"> * J 7 r
»take a î. JtjL~2etree? thence I hereby'and
a street, aiî,nt
of parallel with ihenl,
»'feet totbe.slte(rf th e Ma reh^road, thence
S s'treel, thenÄSby tè teet to the
pta eof beginning, be the contenta thereof
within said bounds more or lees, with frame
coitufro dwelliUK hou»« thereou ercctüd
£ tesssrf? gss
Üdtobe solà by ALVAN aCLEN,H herttt.
'on TUESDAY.
THE 12th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1889,
At 2 o'clock p.m..
The following described real estate rtx:
All that lot or piece of land «Raateln the
on, b» unded and doeenbed
»HEKIff
KALES.
S HERIFF'S SALE.—HY VIRTUE'OF A
writ of IieviuT Faria«, to me direct
ed, will be exposed lo public Mile at the Court
House, on Market street, between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, in the City of Wilmington,
New Castle county. Del..
ON TUESDAY,
THE 12th DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1889,
At S o'clock, p. m„
The following described real etsate. viz:
All that certain lot or piece of land situate,
lying and being on Front ttreet In Wilmington,
bounded and described as follow«, to wit:
Beginning at a stake on the southerly side
of Front street at a distance of 80 feet from
the easterly side of \ an Huren street, thence
southerly parallel with Van Buren street 110
®We of Heed street.thence easterly
-V f® e t to a slake, thence northerly 110 feet to
tue side of Front, street, thence westerly
along the side of Front street 20 feet to the
place of beginning, containing within those
metes and b unds 2,200 square feet of land, be
the same more or less, with one three-story
brick and one two-atory brick houses, with a
back > uildlng thereon erected,
Seized and taken In execution as the prop
« r ty of Peter Keegan and Bridget, his wife,
and t. t., and to be sold by
_ ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office. Wilmington. Oct. 24. 188«.
S HERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Venditioni Exponas, to me directed,
will be exposed to public
House, on Market street between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, iu the city of Wilmington,
New Castle county and State of Delaware,
ON SATURDAY,
THE 23d DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1889,
At 2 o'clock, p. m„
The following described real estate, viz:
All that certain lot, piece or parcel of
land with the buildings thereon erected, situ
ate In the city of Wilmington aforesaid, and
bounded and described us follows, to wit: Be
ginning at a point on the easterly side of Pine
street,between Fourth and Filth streets, at
the distance of 75 feet from the southeasterly
intersection of Fifth and Pine streets, and
running thence easterly and parallel lo Fifth
street 8) feet inches to a stake, thence
Bputhorly and parallelup
the northerly side of Kiumi street, formerly
called Justin's alley, thence westerly along
said nide of Klund street?#) feet 4V6 inches to
the easterly side of Pine street, thence south
erly a ong »aid side of Pine street 35 feet to the
place oi beginning, be the contents thereof
what they may.
Seized and taken in execution a» the prop
erty of Frederick Meyer, surviving partner of
Frederick Merer & Co., and to be sold by
ALVAN ALLEN. Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, W ilmington. No v 7, i88 l .h
HE BIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of Als. Ixevari Facias, to me directed,
will be exposed at public sale at the Court
House on Market street between Tenth and
Eleventh streets, In the city of Wilmington,
New Castle county, Del.,
ON SATURDAY,
THE 23d DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1889.
At 2 o'clock, p. m.
The following described real estate, viz;
All that certain lot of land, with the two
story brick dwelling thereon, situate In the
city of Wilmington, bounded and described ««
follow«, viz; Beginning at a point on the
easterly side of West street, between Twelfth
and 'i tdrtoenth streets, at the distance of 15
feet from the southerly bide of Thirteenth
»! reel, thence easterly parallel to Thirteenth
i-treet id feet, thence southerly parallel to
West street 111 feet, thence westerly parallel
to Thirteenth street and through the centre
of the southerly party wall 8* feet to the
aforesaid side of West street, and thence
thereby northerly 111 feet to the place of be
be tue contents more or less. Book
sale at the Court
Pine street 85 feet to
s
rail , page 31X1, etc.
Hel/ed and taken in execution as the prop
erty of W II)lam F. Robinson and Charlotte,
hla wife, and l, t., and to be »old by
ALVAN ALLEN. Sheriff.
Sheriff» office.Wilmington. Nov. 7.1889.
HERIFF'8 HALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A
writ of AIh. Levari Facias, to mo di
rected, will be exposed to public sale at the
Court House on Market street between Tenth
ami Eleventh street», in the city of Wilming
ton, New Caatle county, Delaware,
ON SATURDAY,
THE 23d DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1889.
S
At 2 o'clock p. m„
The following described real estate, viz:
All that certain lut or pitre of land, situate
In the city of Wilmington, aforesaid bound
ed and doecrlhed a« follows, to wit:
Beginning at a point on the easterly side of
Walnut street,at the distance of latfeet U
inches southerly from th« southerly aide
of Eleventh street, thence easterly and
p*xallel with Kleventh street 75 feet to
the westerly aide of a 4 feet wide alley
running parallel with said Walnut street into
Kleventh street, thence southerly along «aid
alley aide 15 feet to a oorner, thence wwiterly
and parallel with «aid Eleventh street 73 feet
to the said easterly Bide of Walnut street, and
thence th, reby northerly along said side or
Walnut street 15 feet to tbe place of begin
ning. be the contents thereof what they may.
Seized and taken In execution as the pena
lty of George H Tindall, surviving mort
agor of Ueoige U Tindall and Marla, hug
rife, and t . ta., and to be Bold b>
aLVAN ALL N. Sheriff,

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