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THE SUN WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, FRIDAY DECEMBER 3, 1897.
4 to his huh factory on East Market street, , Morril & Ellis have built a hearse I house on Fifth street, j Elliott Bros, are running the grist mill about 15 hours a day, they are so rushed with work. THROUGHOUT DELAWARE. Laurel Notes. N. B. llcarn is making improvements Babbits are plentiful—so much so that cats are catching them in town. J. D. Morril will soon erect a large Market street for II. Erbsmehl, \ store on of Milford, who will move here. The Misses Melon gave a euchre party on Monday evening. The young folks of this town will give j he a play during Christinas week for the i benefit of next year's base ball team. Laurel has about fifteen secret societies, i The American Fraternal Union, an in- j surance society, has just been organized, to here with a strong charter membership, j Harry Ellis and Agnes Bailey wore married by Bev. G. B. McCready, at Alt, Herman, on last Tuesday evening. j Paul Twilley is suffering from asprain- j ! will lecture to progressive to ed ankle. Bev. J. McLain Brown men only in the Opera House next Sun His subject! 'clock. day afternoon at 3 will be "Some Secret Sins. Dr W E Wolfe is home from Pliila dolphin for a few days. j Mrs Geo. C. Jacobs, of Millshoro,! visited Laurel friends this week. of Bev George B. Ellis, of Drew Thee- 1 logical Seminary, is visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. E. J. Ellis, in this town. „ Aniiifniie ; (Inna , l. ■ < tel London, Dee. 2.—A special < e.-pu i from Shanghai, reuiud this a f-' 1 ' announces that tiic l-.mpurer o ' J ".' 1 : has declared that he would rttaHMjjt his crown than agree to the conditions demanded by Germany as redress for the < murder of two German missionaries,Neis j and Ifennle, and the destruction of Ger man mission property in the Province of Shan-Tuug. Admiral Deidrich, the Germ; mander of Kaio-Chou Bay, the despatch * lias proclaimed martini con i further slates, I'UV in the district around Kiao-Chou. Chinn, the despatch c< •ludes, desires • it h < iermanv he suh thiu her dispute mith'd to arbitrators appointed by I|,,j. land and Reign Sloan No! Engaged. 'Tod 1 nos, Dec. 2.—< iai' >s, the manager Amei iaan no truth in the' the Sloan of 1 j I ii ■ k ■ \, says there is rut "made by the St. .lames' < Ja t hat Sloanehas stau nit v afterim •ide for the Hrinceof Wales The mam Pierre Lorillard. offer from '.•.Hi* has not receive! or has lie even net highly appreciated the Coll » 1 him in allow p!i:: r • of his horses, which sidering that la* when he ( • , to ride om i Mnu-:'al one, cons \merisan d, and without hacking. < 4>sihle that Sloanc will ride in j s'.is owing to his American oil'. i ? lnl>lM*rs Realc nvio, Texas, Dec. : I va in •> — \dvices , ' ,. ... tl . Ilnl( | oassenger train on nth o 1 «» nmu up Hu- M-hI-v. National mud, near Mo.,1 M, i by nine nmakoil an.l well •e and I Thev i is morning of an were r urn i-rs made resist a successful. ml lav. At rsiied by snldivm, ami if till!' r.m in Save a Murderess. Atlanta, Dec. 2.—The Georgia U'gis t> to the rescue of Mrs. h Nobles, the aged wmiia , inkier seiilence of death for the d fur nearly two hit lire has <•« Fluid . . .f her husba id whose last legal rcs< •ek when the I'nitedi ... nia.lv a .l.-. i-ion "'J-(.Jiti.m use. At last night s session < ( ,,i- of Uf'pn'sentatives a bill f its lur'd, by Mr. Berry. on»' cmhers, pmviiling that for the ' tl a ntial cute* i-r in i leorgia, I'xcepf wliei t i diluent. L n favor of Mrs. Nobles iv getting up pet t ■ • •| I.. P,.|. If, j ires**u vi 1 »r Atkins tin p.w ervant assist her in the ' health wcuian s ' n-,t believe that she istlll'e < even if the be) rad states that an ordinance regulatingtlie Ik n. trie, lights from the street been ollieinllv jiresentcd to "<l to draft such an ordinance, ■<f Me liglits in the city are peril I Gold Seekers 81111 Coin)! North. j Tacoma, Wash., Dec. 2.—The steamer' Al-Ki nailed from Tacoma last night for Skagutiy, lives, arid other Alaskan points. She carried to the North 100 , passengers and a full cargo of miseella* I neous freight. The Al-Ki's passengers ' j include a number of men bound for the ■interior of Alaska, and some of them 1 will start for the gold fields as soon as 1 in they can get in readiness to leave the northern coast. Among the number is , Bobert Blei of Chicago, who will join a ! an party of eight men in Juneau for a trip lie for across the Dalton trail immediately. \ Mr. Blei says that he is taking north ward five tons of sausage and other j he can, and there sell them, i i There was little disposition to trade in j Floury and only small lots changed hands' to satisfy actual wants. Buyers were 1 j holding off for concessions, which thoj mills were unwilling to make. Bran on the spot was scarce, particularly winter, j f,,r j and prices were stronger, with a fair de j niand for the better grades. Hay was in j ! moderate supply, with a steady inquiry! for No. 1 and choice stock at full prices. cured meats, which lie expects to carry to Dawson, or us far into the interior as Commerce and Finance. Straw was quiet and steady, with ample offerings. Wheat opened weak, under bearish speculation in other domestic grain centres, due to lower cables, and the j ''all " as k- helow yesterday's final rates. Corn options ruled steady up to the close of the call. There was little speculative 1 disposition to trade, but u fair demand prevailed from exporters. Local car were unchanged and quiet, with modcr-j ate offerings. Oats in car lots were in j ; small spot supply and firm, but jobbers \ old bought sparingly. Cotton was uneliang-j i ^ Refined Sugars were in fair request I the ' and steady. Provisions were quiet on a to 1 : basis of quoted rates. B »«eram, Eggs, I < The following are the official whole j sale prices recorded to-dav at the Pliila- 1 delphia Butter and E 1 bo Hoard:— I Solid Racked Rutter. I .21(h 22 .1N(/o 20 * '' l ' ! r (Yeamery, extra. Separate erv, firsts.. d seconds.... Imitation (Yeamery, extra.Is U\(t 17 tle do firsts. Ladle-packed, extra. 1 1 do firsts. do seconds. Frint Ruttor. the Si as Creamery, extra. do firsts 20^21 > do seconds. lia and near by.24 Heunsylva Western, strictly fresh.. Butter, lirm; Hv Grain 24(>; Corn. I7,7H Oats, •nts from Hhiladelphia:—Wheat »rn, 14(i, 'JOS ; Oats. 2,1x2 at Baltimore:—Wheat, 77.740; t 120 , s<,, ; ) 5 ( ' oapts ( '" n h Bull i I!)|,!l3s. more:—Wheat, I4'.).SJS; Corn, Oats, 70,000. I" Cul Willi a Con Knife. Salvage Hilder ivIim, about a . , , • Jersey to Milford, Dei.., Dec. J. i hack, a v.ar ago, moved irom Ne , ' , .. , , ... * , Duglostown, a Maryland village near the . , .. ' . ....... Delaware line, attempted to kill his fain- • . . ,, , ,, . y last Mon.lay owning. Ho l.ml been at tl.o ( mss !..* x sto.v rea.l.ng a novvspa per. About 10 o clock lie returned to Ins I cabin, and said to his wife : "I have just i learned to use the kind of sword that the Unban* iw. N , I want all of you to . ... .• i In order to humor him, she ,, . - . . of Jle tied heir stand up." and the •hildren arose. n hands with a piece of cord, which he fas tened to the rafters. Obtaining a corn knife and an army musket, which were in an adjoining room, lie began cutting his family, inflicting some wounds. He ran away when do his son got dreadful •. The villagers threaten to lynch Rilderbark if they find him. The con . Bilderbaak and the "'J-(.Jiti.m of Mrs. < ( j n • : Serioll^. Wee Girl G« s Shoplift lug. of at Yonk •. N. Y., Dec. 2.-—One of the ;er arrested here n t he charge i»t' shoplifting is eleveu-ye 'thY 'it.v Judge Kdl.g | llS | ■ -mplaint evei ig on '• U. proprietor lh' slid tlml m large • TiH'sda a Item At the p.iliiv -1 die t-»!d ('a;,lain I Alice had told her that Mi ohlai Tile police think 1 hut she i >ir,i p.|| ' lie ('ulver sloiv. here | Id Whit nev g lived, and the trncu cfn .McLlUinlllill belie c* nu . Tilt'd in tin' theft hut the < ' liver I paroled the girl in thccustodv of Ke her parents. Weal In*)* Hrobahilii ies. Today promises to he clear and colder. Similar conditi« on Saturday. s will probably prevail * I .Subscribe for The Si n. j ' England, .1. *15,<100 for him. to It is stated tl.at Plaudit may go to S. Curtis having offered Jockey Scherivr will goto New < Irleans *■' Continued From Third I'ege. 1 1 in a day , two. Milton Young yesterday purchased 101 j f Eugene Leigh's farm for *10,201, ! an ,j ]| j> |Icatlley got the remainder lie res ; I has P. Dunne has paid *5100 for the brown | the colt by Bramble, dam Lady Way ward. So much is going on in England that ".fere" Dunn contemplates taking Sunny j ~ Slope over there. The next thing expect to hear is the shipment of "Billy" for $2S,S00. . lr , \ olley lias retired for the winter. He 1 pulled up very lame Wednesday, It was hardly expected that the Jockey Club would grant an extension of days j f,,r Pimlico. xii| ( . p i glh > g ,„. s to Florida to j : we can Squill! and Lansdale from Oliver's string. S. day witli his family for a two weeks' vacation. * 'Charley" C'ougal is arranging to dis-j his interest in the running i Ferd I pose of horses Ulysses, Abe, Owen and V lots. The California Fashion, Tumkato "Clem" ('reve ling, and will quit the turf. Tile yearling chestnut filly by Patron, dam by Longfellow, has been sold for *3,000 hv Bradley Bros, to "Charley" , Patterson, owner of Ornament. ■ that day did Jockey Club will j shortly announce the richest two-year \ old stake ever offered by a club west New York. It will he modelled after I the Futurity, and enough will be added day, to make the race worth *20,(Kill. It is expected that such an event will attract I entries from all over the United Slates, 1 f you ■ should be good for 400 ■ Whether the event will California ul 1 nominations, bo run in tin; spring or fall is yet t be I deckled. I The dentil of Sol Sharp will probably bring to an end the bitter rivalry that ban for years existed among the pool room owners and race track managers in vns the head and i to the Simiuton gton. Nmrp front of t he opposite Applegate forces, and, although very lit tle was made public concerning •es. It is well known l hat they sion. savs tI k- ('in 1 1 iff erf cinnati Host. bet ween the two factions began in Covington, ears ago, when Sharp, wh< known. building. Every effort was made by the Si monton crowd, who ran things I lien,to ade ; money so fast, however, that he became as powerful as his opponents. When the light made against the pool The war of racing interests 11 11 > >1 room in t lie B< ipened a ] put Sharv out of the business, He prove ruinous t< van the moving spirit be hosii t hind the scheme to build a ark in ( 'ampbell county, In this lie was opposed by the crowd which hail tried to shut him out of the The track was built business. I" »f his however, and Sharp at the time . , closed arrangements lor t lie holding ol a . . . . ,, San death was the largest stockholder. if Hosendale Ky., lue L. S. Hatch, , continuous sixtv-ilay race meet . . , Antonia, at the Jockey ( hi I > grounds, l>e • • , ginning December 0. the meet will In 1 - wUh , whirl , mlmb ,, w „, illm . nHll)1 ufu . | . Ull . ,,„ s , „ f Ul( , Niih1i . villc meet, on November .'50. There will probably be from 250 to 1500 horses to 1 Winter there. It is intended to make the assurance lit bv the rail this a permanent meet, . . 1 of t he proper encourage . 1 1 * n »ads. Never before have we had such a fine collection of His makers and at such prices that most any one can buy a piano. See what you can do at Robe Ion tfc (Vs, 710 Market street, before buying elsewhere : from all the best the Mi's. Naek's Trial. New York, Dec. 2.—District Attorney Youngs said today that as soon as Mar tin Thorn is sentenced t< UTOW for the , murder of Willip of Mrs. Augusta Nack will lie considered at a conference with District Attorney (iiildensuppe, t he cast Olcott, Mr. Youngs a Judge Weller a 4 his assistants, 1 Mr. Davison, and the s lawyer. It is pretty well un wmiiiii deistood tliat Mrs. Nack will he allowed ' < iraphophoncs—talk, sing dnv Fag all )n 1 v >'ln. h'olieleli •imients. Co., 710 Market street.' !ie Woods. N KMC, Mass., 1 ma 111• i noon by himt< > |j |,ji i< l starvation, was i inch lie have Ir.roiuc lost in t he w ('i.uvn.WD, D<r. 2. -■!»:,t,.r Ilannn's . ik a turn fur tl wer-c ui us 1 lie attending A* l'h.vsi euelied I lie Innise a il saw his pat imi! he heca larked that the Senator was grave and rei •h worse t ha lie had expected. said t hat Senator ilann: with pneumonia, hut that wit h good care * 1( ' woiihl conic out all right without hav ing t< f sickness. 1 Miss Grace Mull, will spend a month j with Richmond friends. FRIDAY DECEMBER Sli-amer Burned un Lake Huron. IIahiuhvii.i.k, Midi., Dec. 2.—The Steamer Egyptian from Cleveland to Mil waukee, with a cargo of coal, was burned to the water's edge in lake Huron, off Sturgeon Point today. The Sturgeon Point life saving crew rescued the steamer's crew by rowing about 35 miles *■' weather nearly zero. Duly on Netlicrltinils Sugar. j Wasiiiniito.v, I), C., Dec. 2 ■Assistant Secretary Howell this afternoon an ; nounced that tile Treasury Department j I has decided that sugars imported from | the Netherlands, was subject to the countervailing duty of *1 on each two hundred and twenty pounds. j ~ JOHN F. M LAUGHLIN. : Agricultural Implements. CUCUMBER WOOD PUMPS. Hay, Grain and llrau, S. E. CORNER FRONT AND SHIPLEY STS. YOU DIDI'T K|0W THAT THEBE IS A i I PRINTING PLANT , No. 103 E. Sixth Street, WILMINGTON, DEL, ■ that is at your service all hours of the day and night—week-day and Sunday— did you? We prefer not to do any work on Sun day, but we will do it if it must be done, f If we oblige yon on Sundays and Holidays and at night we shall expect you to favor us with vour work when ■ there is no eHpeciaFhurry for it. We lake no extra charge for emer gency work. h Diamond Mil Co *1 No. 103 East sixth Street, Wilnpncjtort, Delaware. ; THLHHIION'K 07:!. The place you want to buy your ! a OYSTERS, - . IS 1 1 A.L.AINSCOWS i ! ! 802 Market Street. receives his oysters from all ! A inset the celebrated bays in the country. ystci-s are always fre.Gi or | Families dealing here can rest assured 1 that thcr ; , money refunded. : 5, 40 and 45 ; The prices are 25, ,20, 2 sum by hundred, i cents per quart, als barrel r any ot her way. Be sure and order through 'Hhone i)72, and send ordei's in early. Me diver oysters free of charge, to all 1 •f the cit \ parts l Also, game in season, lobsters, crab-: meat, terrapin and all tIn* deludes of the 'an liu laid ul ;i! 1 tinii 1 *. 1 j Mil off the McElwee THE McElwee THE McElwee BIG DEALEF j the two BIG DEALER THE BIG DEALER '9 Fiflli Street anfl SI® WILMINGTON, - - DELAWARE. the J Every Day an Opening Day. *1 Every Sale a Bargain. ! NO TRASH. 1 That is where you want to go if you want bargains i He is right in the swim every day in the year. His stock of goods embraces everything in the line ! of household goods, which cannot be excelled anywhere in ! the city all ! He has a very fine line of goods: in fact everything or | that would be needed in furnishing a home. 1 In addition ; to these goods, which he offers at extremely low prices, he : 45 ; is also prepared to renovate and renew beds of all kinds, and will take up, clean and relay your old carpets. Iu fact, i when anything about the hou is needed to make it better I look new,j furnished or to make the old 'furniture HcEEWEE is the man you want, and don't forget th; his opening continues all the year round. all 1 If crab-: A' the i Willi. MCELWEE : i .;3 9 y Fifth and Shipley SI I ii WILHINGTON,; DEL. i £ I