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yOL. XI--N~C. 155.
WILMIISTGTON, DEL, HATtfllDAY, OCTOBER 28 , 1882 .
fit. JOHN D. HI8HLEK
i r iiAliir.il enlsrulnmen! st the
(tim |av, October 28, 1882,
I ...„npl.-U pro ludion of llie Iiit.rwtlnK
IEABTS of oak,
).l company headed by MR.
?gSÎ*WM'S8i». ,nr * B
iiIb: reserved TA een -a, at
Ifft' 1 *:
CuND OPERA HOUSE.
E tA MAHON It) TEMPLE.
OK Til KM
OK Til KM
tcrtftlnment iu the
EVERY EVENING AT 8 O'CLOCK.
u.Uff.m s »ml K cents : reserved »cat«, 60
U, MÏÏivtl". E. TUur....* Co.v Nu. Cl
[ lia:xsi: AI-I'LIVATIOXS.
OTICK.-I, WILLIAM FOLK, OWNER
within iiiciitlolicd rminUun, In
mi A< t «»r Assembly. In such
■ivMctl. »Io hereby K*ve noth-»
In writing to ÜKJ honorable, the
,,.„1111. » oiirt «»f Ueueral Sessions of the
L, Unll Delivery of the fetal« »»f Delaware,
( iNlif t'ouzty, on M«)ii«lay, the
• xt, A. D., ISK, b Ing the
torn llcensu to keep an
_ _ nn the • d««sa Hotel, In
' nt IM •»■*, In Meli» M)l District SI, I
huMilrrtVNrw Castle Co., Del., a
,ù -hUdk .»«|uors In less i|uautltle»» than
I., in- .trunk on the preiiil*«», and the
i|.r«-Ulilr I'ltlzeiis, realdenU of Mahl
ijiuiik ikI (he hjIiI nimlicntlou.to wit:
L It. Davlri,
J. L. GIümoii,
Wlllliuii K. Davis,
G. W. folk,
Ilf Witte. Logg,
S. M. Enos,
.lortC|ih Kal r bank s,
George r, Kumpel,
manUeaus V\ isst,
(', C. Doiioh«,
OTICR—I.HENKY BRADLEY,OF THE
CITY <>K Wilmlti
nr of (he wit
if ton, N«w ('untie C/O., Del.,
iilu mentlone»! prtuuDc*.
ifiluiH'.' vGtliau Art of A»*einbly III turn
•• m»l i>rofl<l»-<1 »lo hereby give notice
Liait apply Iu writing to the honorable, the
moftlirc<Mirt of oeiieral Howtlont of the
r and .lall I». lis m- of the StaU- of Delaware,
* tt»tle county, on Monday, the
itnT next, A. D., 1812, being
r«i»l*l court, ftir a llrense to keep
'em. at the 8. W. cor. of Front
•L U tM-lug Iu the Klr»t ward of the elty
to sell Intoxicating
quart, to be
. '*■». xu«i the following re
p i»l;w «•Itlati», resident» of said ward, recoin
lit tin* said RDpllcallOD, to wit :
D» him in«.iu,
u I'. Ihiiialioo,
iu S. lira-lv,
day of Novt
in Wm quantlUc» than one
ivt. r A. Kagan,
•»»»lu» L. Robinson,
Kolwirt T. Moody,
Manuel Kleben berger,
. 11. Marale,
Austin V. Dayiior.
HEN RY HitAL>LEY.
v u»*- lioune■Itualed at 8. E. < or.
M. ,n the Fourth ward of
■ to r l, i'L ,, . K,on * count y ot New Castle,
Ln!«. «fS***' 1,1 compliance with
<«o-"Lor the acts of the Ueueral An
fc 1 ;
rtiJ. V » M * »n»l provided, do
EV 011 '''' "l" 1 "liall apply In writing to
«--•"■■ral DtHloni Ü til u I'm * n.l
UW-jrj" ,, |". 8 t, , l .„ r l>,.|n W a«.. In .ml fur
-"MONDAY, the 3Hh dav
»*«. bollix the next term of
«• l»r «ul»! bouse
alt therein of tntoxicatliix
ï one quart
• n un«l the following re
«■ ^I'lt'iita ofsalJ.wurd rcc
plication, viz :
, , Francis MeXu
srJi'iTi S** 1 ' J"«»» J. Toner,
»«Ji n', Nell Gorinlcy,
Iu, u,i| ,, AiiKUiitii, »ImmouH,
M i' 11 *'"' K twaril K. Wrlulit,
»I m ,' Jolm M.Culllu.
rmu-v. diaries u'Nlei,
n I K-»t •
. ^'U.iT-ejpa xotivéh.
H' l«, October IS, 1882.
u «>f Charlcb Freeman,
•b-n, lat»> or Wllmlux
oiintv, .Icccabc»!, It lb «»r
• t ie lu'Klbter that the A»l
»otlee of KiantltiKof
n the i-btatc of the
Kranting thereof, hy
a t«» Ih pooled within t«»rty
'»I Midi letter*. In nix of the
Tthe county of New Cabtl«',
' bitvliigtiennontb agaliibt the
•Orhi oiV,'.» • s: »t , i»* «» r Hhhle t»y * *
Hu- «n,! . . a,|, l l»r«»vhle«l. And
* "ï tli« »Vi'. v! hiHcrt« »! within the oam»*
l I. vvm' . «AZETTK. a
« In till, ''wèckï Kl " U ' ftMd t0 ^ Ci
, '!"niiViti. , ii-l , ' r ^''^bind and iteal of oötcc
h»r*!, ni . writt'-i uui,t 1'» aforcoald, the day
S. C. BIGG», Register.
ÎN'lf'' 1 '. lu'
o. «I. )
. against the estate ot
V« M,t the same »luly utt»**t»*«t
llu-wt i,f Wr \ JïïfflL OetolMM- 20th,
l,le ''*• t'RAUL E» F ItKKMAN
: Tlinrlow, p a .
X.,VÄ* l >'««, OFFICE. I
I 11 "' •Dblinst?'' **']•!.October®, 1882 . J
'•«rate rof îiVJii", or durrv M. raniwell,
? '* latcofRu«! Mon
J)y til Hi.';?,' .''»•cca.ed, It la or»|crcd
glv" /'«»ter that the Adinlnlatra
«l»ii u»iS*». Mr K rnnUn »< ° r letter*
1 ° r tlieaceewKd
„ . fef-utllng thcreol- by causing
.•hi. 1 .,. ' wll, '^ F'*riy »lay*
,i 11 t *bTH In 8lx of the moat
r*»MJUy or New Caatlc,
Having »U-innnda agalnat
or «hide hy an a<'t
SB».... and provided;
1 t0 It inserted within th-.
IIdImhI \vnV. LV DaxzttK, n
l !/.!!. , ^ , ! r thehami ân.î a««nl ofoffl-e
afoi oHald atWIImlngt jii
Sut«Mi°" ,l,y ar ° r|, "e | d. the
8« 0. BID US, Register.
against the estate of
• jin 'luiy attested
«„, or J*-*! 0 *** October21. A.
( | ( ", 1 °* Assembly lu s'teli
'»•VIIUY M. CANTWEM,.
WJ" **'«ww know ht, con
k "«»Ihn . ll "l ir *'V«: It oliu.llcl null
Imi'-n-nt stamp. •
' SJ - ». H0BEN3ACK,
A MASS MEETING
WILL BE HELD AT
SIXTH & KING,STS.,
ON THE EVENING OP
Saturday, October 28.
HON. E. L. MARTIN,
H. C. TURNER, ESQ.,
IL R. PENINGTON, Esq.,
W ill speak on local issues and
matters of State importance.
A MASS MEETING
WILL UK HELD AT
Ninth & Lombard Sts.,
Tuesday Eve. Oct. 31,
At 7.30 p.
i. to t»c aiMrt asc»! by
HON. WILLIAM DEAN,
John It. Nicholson Esq ,
OK DOVER, ami
J. FRANK BALL, ESQ.
Mr. Dean will, as a manufacturer, es
peclally reply to Mr. Fastings and freely
discuss Ihc tariff and Its relation to the
Come all, irrespective of party, and hear
the Tariff discussed.
A BAND will be In attendance.
Nfj Tl VJSH.
VTOTICETO B lUJri) E KSANJ HJTHEKS—
i-i ALL permmtt In 4'reoted ittv hereby notified
that hereafter the onilnxlice In ndutlou'to mIk nitl
lampt« upon nil obstruction:« in the
strictly «iilbreed, wit bout any pr *v|out* warning
to tl^seiiegloctliig it. LEWIS ZKHLEY,
oct27-3t r«.reet ( »niiiiL^lom r.
11 t.LV WANT EL.
W ANTED—A GOOD JOURNEYMAN
TINSMITH, steady Work. Apply to
WILLIAM» & HOt'KlNfc, No. U07 Weal Front
LOST AN Iß FO UNI).
O KHAN AUK lust S'in.la .
n id hr
IT. JAMES' OR
with ' *ldte
-7- M '
star Iu forehead. Any lufc
• will be I ban k Lully received
!Ä r i
36 Desirable Dwellings.
1 3-ntory brick, N
.. $7 GOO
•t 3 fjOO
Irk, Ulli King Ht I'**
I 2-story brick, '.ta \\ »bldiiKl
I S-btory brick, la Markt-«* sir
1 3-bl«iry brick, UIH Luidcn Mil
2 2 -htory brick, Utrj A U04 l.f imI
I 2-Htory-brlck, OM ». V
A 2-btorv brick. Ml«, MS,U2U, «22 Kim
1 2-btory brick,
1 2-atory tirick a
1 «du ca ill
»I Lofllbt Mil
831, ;83, 8J> I
5 2-btory brick, 8*27
1 2-ntory brick, N. cor.
Ilarribon btm t.
*2 2-btory brick, IBM Jt 1134 E m btre< t
4 2-btory blick, 3(R», 311. 313, .115 »out h
4 2-btory brick, 70S, 'us, 7ic, 71*2 Ht
3 2-*tory' blick, 707,' 7«»'äi'd7iS Wright
1 2-atory hrïck,'iiu7 W.' SeeVn»! bticct 1 4UU
2 U-biory brick, Mth iin»l Krs ukliu *t-.
lion, AI*o val
New C »btlcuve
. I BOO each
now lu courue «>i »
liable truck farm
nuc, containing 1
imI Ming*. Price .
lllugs are In «'»oi ei-mllilon
to >3 room* eu Mi, ami wilt be
.*>iiIt the purchn*« r. Apply t«»
JU-S. L. V.ê RPK.vTER, Jll.
807 \ u-lilngtoii .treet.
The above »1
100 Acres of Standing Timber.
Chiefly YELLOW PINE «nd MA' LE.
within «me tulle of mill .»«I und thru - mil«
water, amt a«tta» , ent t»» »• .her b
<»f tliubr r tun« I the grov ih *»f
term*, etc., a«t«lr«
hFchl* ? Ik
• lor* loll, price.
Kor particular* :nt
GAZETTF. * »FFICK.
A NEW FIRST-CLASS 13
house, «•orno . - Sixth -
ami nil .limier» I
I X)R SALÏ
d l'J '
live hay win«!«
Icrdri in.fl '.
j rice D
Well and ull waste
Terms easy, Also other In»
toS8,uou. Chance for goo«l In
U. AC. TIN DAL. TOI K
), 2D-1 m
, <h>ceas *d.
:* Ell Wits*
Dwelling house lam
NO. 1D02 WASHINGTON STREET, \VI*Mlttgtou.
Terms easy. Apply to
11. NIKLDS, Attorney Tor F.xi on tor,
Mark- t stri
Fit OFFS! >1 ON AIj C A It U V.
j jR. J. P. BÛRWELL
4éT*WILL REMOVE 11IS OFFICE'CH
NO. 712 WEST STREET.
NOVEMBER THE 1ST.
NOTARY PUBLIC,* A NI) J U8TICE OF T11B
Marls Building, No. 101 We
Slxth sir» t-t. Telc
ATTORN KY-AT-LA W,
AFFAIRS IN COLORADO.
ANOTHER LETTER FROM MR.
CENTENNIAL STATE POLITICS,
Dl.tltigiilAlieil VlAliori -Matten of Ueueral
IntrreAt — Note, or Our Wlln.lngton
•eupomk'iire ul - the Gazette.}
Denver, Oct. 28.—Befo c you can bear
acalii the political campaign in
Colorado will have ended. Never since the
Centennial State was admitted has there
been such a hot contest for State offices, and
never before have the chances of Demo
cratic success been so flattering. The bosses
arc being opposed here almost as strenu
ously as in New York and Pennsylvania
and there sceius to bo more bitterness. The
Tribune declares that the Republican party
intends to purge Itself of those unclean
things, the Stulwurt machine bosses, and
courts defeat rather than the success of
Chairman Challec und Secretary Teller. The
ltrjmbliean took the same, view up to the
past week, but Is now mildly supporting the
ticket. The Timcn is the staunchest sup
porter of the nominees in the city, and it is
about the only straightout dally of
influence in Denver which does not
kick. Mr. Bel ford made a speech here
about a week ago, which was suppressed by
all three ol the morning papers, each an
nouncing that It was unfit for publication,
and the Tribune adding that it was u
drunken harangue. The latter paper has
been formally read out of the party by some
of the, political clubs ol the State. You
will therefore see that the Republican politi
cal family is having serious discord and the
Democrats seem to have good reason to hopo
for success, even In this stronghold, which
would mcuu one Congressmau and one
Senator gained. Brick Pomeroy, who has
of late years been an apostle ol Groenback
feni. has come out for Grant iu his paper and
Is now stumping the 8tate for the Demo
Colorado h is received some of the best
known- man of the land during the present
month, principally railroad magnates. The
first party, which arrived here on the 11th,
whs composed of Williuni H. Vanderbilt,
his son William K., his nephew Frederick
W., Captain J. H. Vanderbilt, Augustus
Bchcll and others. They cumc on the Bur
lington, saw the different points of Interest
in the State on the Rio Grande,and returned
eust on the Santa Fe. They were here only
three days altogether. Their trip to Color
ado was purely one of pleasure and the
ruilroad king expressed his surprise at find
ing Denver what It is.
This party was followed at an interval of
about a week by Sydney Dillon,
Frederick Ames of Boston aud Charles
Francis Adams, Jr. Mr. Dillon Is
president of the Uniou Pacific and is mak
ibg his annual inspection. Mr. Ames holds
more U. P. stock than any other individual,
and Mr. Adams is a railroad pool com
missioner. From Denver these gentlemen
proceeded to Salt Lake City and thence over
the Oregon Short Line to Oregon.
Ex-Senator Platt of New York was here
during the first week of tho month, as was
also Senator Jones of Nevada. Governor
Thomas T. Crittenden of Missouri was also
here on a pleasure vacution, and among our
visitors was W. R. Balch, the newspaper
jiiuu who was the means of capturing the
negro murderer Chastinc Cox, In Boston,
several years ago. Bishop Hurst of the
Methodist Church addressed all the Meth
odist socitics in the city on the 18th Inst.
You folks in the East don't make it any
too pleasant for the distinguished Westerner
when he visits you, not even exempting our
Lieutenant-Governor, the great Tabor. The
Governor denies that he was arrested in
Philadclph'u because the writ was made out
lor Henry A. W. labor, whereas bis name
is Horace. He arrived home on the 0th.
The attempted arrest was for alleged com
plicity in what was called the "Scoopcr
hteul," but it is said here that the Governor
had nothing to do with the transaction. In
fact IL is claimed that there will be
tho charge of
sale against any of the parties in interest.
The mine when sold had produced largely,
and there was a sufficient amount of ore iu
would continue to do so.
Fold to tho Philadelphia parties, who paid
the purchase money only aller they had
sent experts to examine and re port upon the
condition and prospecté of the mine. At
the time of Ihc sale the mine was considered
one of the best properties iu Lcadvlllc. One
man is supposed to see as farlnto the ground
as another, and no further, and therefore it
not look as though there was any
It was one of those
frequent eases of striking a "pocket" in
stead of a vein.
Considerable interest w as excited here by
the shooting of Colonel A. W. Slay back by
Coloi el John A. Cock rill iu 8t. Louis, from
the lac.: that Coloucl Sluyback had visited
Denver last spring, when lie had addressed
the Bar Association of Colorado. He had a
great many acquaintances and friends here,
and a brother who is one of the leading
business men of Denver.
I sec a story going the rounds of the press
concerning un astounding duel between the
cowboys ill the employ of John Kelly and
George Howard, six on a side, in which
four were killed in the first round. The
right is said to have taken place iu Southern
Colorado. I have no special sources of in
humation, but you can set that down as a
van. out of the imaginative brain of some
ntory-Jelling plainsman, or from tho pencil
i.f fcom^ gulled tender-loot rejiorter. So,
also, can you, as well, the story oi Bonanza
Mackey's recent escape from the cowboy
brigands down in New Mexico. The west
ern newspaper men are sufficiently enter
prising. One of t hem got up a report that
Vanderbilt won §100,000 from Schell at
poker the night that party arrived Jierc.
The reporter knew all about It because he
to tho key liolo at the Windsor
The stuff was published in the
l*ut the story down with the
difficulty in sustaining
criminality in the
arrant the presumption that It
The mine was
swindle in the matter.
1 ad bis c
W« have bad the honor of a visit from ono
of the Philadelphia Almshouse rogues,
Prince A. Snell. He was arrested at Bueua
Vista, ami Detective Harry Wolfe of Phila
delphia got > requisition for him from the
Governor on the 17th.
The huntlug season Is in full operation,
and lovers of sport and those who make a
business of it are having a glorious time lo
"hunters' paradise"—North and Middle
Park. Much of the game is scut to Denver,
the citizens of which arc regaling themselves
antelope, venison, bear and jack rabbits,
li sounds like a paradox to hear ot wild
duck shooting out here so far from water,
But ibis game is plentiful in tho spring and
ï all- Many of them perish from Hying into
t »e electric lights about tho town's outskirts.
H . \ndrcdB arc killed on the natural aud artl
fiet tl bodies of wutcr about the towu.
We bad the first real snow of the season
«m ti»e 17th, the grouud being covered to
the d.q>th of about two inches and the tem
rature being cold and Wintry. The snow
mountains ami plains made a beautiful
. 4 gl»t, su d tho atmosphere ou the morning
11 dtcr tlic storm was so clear that it abso
; ititely looked as though the mouutains were
1 K '
instead of being 13
•un came out and by
up ngaln.t tlic
miles away. But
iimn all the snow was Rone. By Thursday
the streets had dried off mid we were enjoy
inir spring weather. This is the record
throughout the winter.
I'EJtZOV A !..
The list of Wilmington people In Denver
hasn't all been given yet. You keep meet
ing new people every duy. N. B. Danforth
dud wife, who have been in ColorAdo since
the 1st of August, left for In m \ bn the 7th.
On the tame rag was Edward Ferris and
wife of Colorado Springs, who were going
East for the double purpose of visiting
friends and makii g purchases.
George W. Krownlngof whom I wrote you
sometime since, has hit Colorado Springs
for n vi/it to his friends in Washington, Wil
mington, Philadelphia and New York.
Among the residents here is Emor Reese,
a painter who formerly worked at John
Green's carriage factory. JIc was troubled
with asthma und came here for relief, which
he obtained, lie is
iu business lor hira
Ell Baldwin, a carpeimT. came here from
Wilmington two years ago, is building a
house (or himself uud is pros[»cring.
Michael Guthrie, a moulder formerly In
the employ of the Puscy A: Jones Co., is here
working at the Western foundry.
Tim latest arrivals have been A. 8. Robin
son aud wife, who reached Denver on the
7th, after having spent two weeks at Col
orado Springs. Mr. Robinson has made his
second trip to the West, principally for hi»
health, ami proposes to go into business and
remain here. lie lias l»ceu up to
Laramie, where he was in the cMtl»
business when he
with James Crippen and F. C. Jenkins, and
where he will most likely resume. Mr.
Jcnkiu8 is now employed iu a Laramie drug
store. Mr. Robinson ro|>orts Laramie a
growing place and prospects quite good.
Miss Louisa Turtle of Georgetown,Del.,ls
in Denver visiting relatives.
TUE TENN CK LED RATION.
Parude of 20,600 Soldiers—Closing Exer
cises At the Academy of Music.
PiiiLADRi.PityA, Oct. 27.—To-day was
styled "Military Day" in the official pro
gram of the celebration. the principal fea
ture being a parude by the militia of the
State, participated in by military organiza
tions from neighboring cities. Over 20,000
men were lu line, exclusive of several cudet
and military institution organizations of
this city and Chester, there being
in the parade, in addition to the whole
three brigades of Pennsylvania State
militia, brigade« and battalions from New
Jersey and Delaware, and companies from
Baltimore and Washington. The Grand
Army posts had about 10,(MX) men out. The
line moved soon after 11 o'clock and was
reviewed from the grand stand in North
Broad street by Secretary Lincoln, who ar
rived this morning from New York, Gover
nor Hoyt and staff, the officers and members
of the Executive Committee of the Bi-Cen
tcnniul Association, and distinguished
guests. The streets were packed with
The final ceremonies took place to-night
at the Academy of Music, in which a bril
liant audience was assembled. On the stage
were seated Governor Hoyt and members of
the Bi-Centennial Association and Board of
Education, and many ^roinipcnt officials
and citizens. After mu.l'^l exercises par
ticipated in by 1,200 public school children,
District Attorney Graham delivered an ad
dress. He was followed by Governor labors
who said that the deliberations aud Hoyt,
of those who had devised and managed the
celebration could be expressed in two words
—triumphant success—aud, after an elabor
ate discussion of the results of efforts in
various ages in behalf of humanity, formally
dosed the celebration.
He Threw at "That Proud lllrd."
[Editorial In Dover Sentinel.]
Everywhere the "New Constitution" goes
in Sussex or in Kent, new converts are made
from Democracy to Republicanism. The
best evidence of this is the anger and bltter
whleh arc aroused in the hearts of the
ritigsters of the Bourbon tribe. At Hick-,
man's store in Baltimore hundred, a young
Bourbon tried to kill the eagle, which sits
proudly on the prow of the gallant little
craft, by hurling a stone at Jt.
'•lint gun surcharge«! for duck or plover,
Dears hack and kicks the owner over.'*
So in this instance the young Bourbon
missed his aim; and the missile intended to
kill the eagle went wide of the mark and
struck the yoiing Bourbon's mother, who
was standing on the ohposlte side admiring
the steamer and list-cuing to the home
searching arguments of the Republican
speakers on the bout. 8heaud lier husband
had been good Democrats heretofore, but
on this exhibition of malice and meanness,
they have resolved to follow the waning
fortunes of Bourbonlsm no longer, but to go
In for the "New Constitution," C
Hastings, Retrenchment and Reform.
Dick Defying tho I.
[Middletown Transcript. ]
An ordinance prohibits tho display of fire
works within the limits of the town of
Georgetown, in this State. \Wheu the
"New Constitution" crew cumc into town
one night last week, sending up rockets to
drop showers of sparks on shinglo roofs,
the town authorities attempted to enforce
this excellent ordinance, hut Boss Harring
ton set them at defiance. In spite of
their protests he set oil' his red fire and bob
tuiled rockets from the deck of tho "New
Constitution," uud with coat ofi, hair dis
heveled and "eyes in line frenzy rolling,"
declared that he would shoot the officers
rather than be prevented from accomplish
ing his purpose. Do tho law-abiding and
order-loving people of Delaware want the
sort of "reform" it State government con
trolled by such a law-defying boss as lie
would bring them i They will have the
question to answer next Tuesday week at
William Goodyear, aged ubout. 8 years, a
young son of Mr. Luko Goodyear, residing
about two miles northwest of Elk ton. was
accidentally shot by a relative named Lbwis
Caunady, aged 0 years, from Wilmington on
Tuesday morning and died tho same even
ing. The boys were playing together in the
house at the time of the accident. Coroner
Litzciiberg after viewing the remains aud
examining witnesses, decided uot to hold an v
inquest it being apparent that the shooting
was accidental. The funeral of the un
fortunate boy was held on Thursday ufter
PalllicN and Tcmpcraiico in Harford.
Port Deposit, Md., Oct. 27.—The first
meeting of tho campaign was held hero this
evening under (he auspices of the Seventh
District Democratic Club. Addresses were
made by Mr. O. C. Wurfleid of Baltimore,
Hon. J. F. C. Talbott and Milton Y. Kidd.
A meeting of citizens ot llurford county op
posed to granting licenses for the sale of in
toxicating drinks was held to-night at Lapi
dum. lkv. R. E. Hudson o( Ohio and Mr.
C. S. Mosher of Baltimore addressed
Visitors Badly Hurt.
Mr. 8. B. Kirk and bis
Cecil couuty, Md., were knocked down and
badly hurt yesterday by a Market street car
at Broad and Juniper blivets. They were
tttkeuto the Homeopathic Hospital.
GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
EVENTS OF INTEREST IN THE
ANOTHEE BEPUBLIOAN MEETING
Reen Gone by tl*« Scott M. K.
Congregation to Their Hutldlug— IrojHir
Worker tays : For «orne
time improv« monts have been going
Scott Church of this city. Those who have
not seen It since the spr lug would hardly
recognize it. The outside of the church lias
been newly painted and windows repaired.
The vestibules, above and bel >w, have beeu
frescoed. New heaters have becA put in
ami ti e Sunday school room beautifully
(react ed. New settees, oi the latest im
proved pattern, with chair iu ceuter of every
other one. wiiiek can l»e turned t.y the
teacher, have been purchased, also new
carjH'tii for Sunday school room and class
rooms. The infant school r
been haudhomcly painted and newly
carpeted, and is indeed a "thing
of beauty.'* Also the library room
and class rooms. These latter rooms have
ail been do«.e by the loviug hearts and will
ing hands of brttlircu, who woiked even
ings niter their day's work wrs done, until
a late hour at night. Brother Foster, a
first-class painter, from Jackson A Sharp's
Company, superintended the work and tie
serves great credit for his taste. The
frescoing of the audience room has been re
touched wherever faded, and uow the entire
church has the appearance of new. Tha
Scott people, with Drother Creamer, are
Justly proud ol their church and think they
have the handsomest Sunday school rooms
and class rooms in the city. They will have
their reopening Sunday, Novemiier 4. The
entire cost of the improveim uts will be
BERT IC R OF BONG.
The Program for tlte Church of tlic Re
deemer for To-morrow. *
The following is the program lor the
Se.enth Service of 8ong lo-mortow, Sunday
evening, at the Reformed Epbcopal Church
of the Redeemer. The preaching subject
will be, "The Cross and Crown."
Anthem. "Praise the Lord.*'.Choir
Hymn of Praise.Choir and Congregation
Anthem, "Praise to Thee, M .Solo sud Choir
"Must Jvsus Heur the Cross ?"
Choir and Congregation
"Look to the Cross.".Choir
"All ! ' Mv Heart." Duet.Bolo and Choir
"Jesus, Keep Me Near the Cross."
Choir and Congregation
".Solo and Choir
"Waiting at the ('ross,".
"At the CfOM I'll Abide
"Clinging to the Croes,"
Choir and Congregation
Choir and Congregation
.Solo and Choir
"Down at the Cross."
Take Up the Cross.'
"No Cross. No Crown
"Crown Him Lord of All
Choir and Congregation
Seats free. You are cordially Invited.
SMITHCR8 AND MASSEY.
They Speak In the Opera Hons« Under
the Auspices at the City Committee.
The Republicans held a large mass meet
ing in the Opera House last night, t
was called to order by Chairman McLe
the City Committee, and was presided over
by George 8. Capelle and addressed by N.
B. Smlthers and George V. Massey, Esq., of
Mr. Smithers gave It out that he spoke
under the auspices of the City Committee,
and both gentlomen made the speeches
which they made at Town scud some time
ago. The Gazette at that time published
a full and exclusive report of the meeting
and a reproduction of the addresses is not
The Alarm at Mo. 20 School.
To the Editor of tiir Gazette The
alarm and excitement at No. 20 school house
yesterday afternoon was occasioned by steam
escaping from the safety valve of the boiler
of the heating apparatus. There was no
occasion for alarm, as the safety valve did
just what it was placed there to do ; that is
to allow the steam to escape when the pres
sure becomes greater than it should he and
thus prevent accident. No damage was
done to tlte building o< heating apparatus,
and school will tte resumed on Monday
morning next. A full attendance will be
. D. O. C. Kennt,
Committee on school No. 20.
An Admission That Mixed ' Schools Do
Where there is an inconsiderable colored
population nobody ever thinks o! the matter
exceptas to the most convenient way of
giving the colored children an education;
xml in some States where there arc not
enough colored children to justify a sepa
rate sch« w»l house or school room the colored
parents themselves regret that their numer
ical inferiority requires them to send their
children to the one school lor all races, in
stead of being able to keep their children
Travel on Market Street Ont OIT.
Yesterday, the draw of Market street
bridge was liIleal oft its rollers by a passing
canul barge, while both channels were open.
Wcfrk was at once commenced, but up to
noon to day all efforts lo get it back in posi
tion had tailed, and it is possible that travel
may lie cut oil for several days yet. in the
meanwhile iravel over Third street bridge is
greatly increased and a row-boat ferry at
Market street has been established.
The Taylor's flrldge Meeting.
A large Democratic meeting was held at
Taylor's Bridge last night, notwithstanding
the fact that the weather was damp and
lainj. Addrctses were made by Harry
Sharplev, Esq., Irving Hanby, the principal
of the High School at Smyrna, and Frank
E. Smith, the Democratic candidate for
Coroner. The addresses were all able and
effective aud the meeting was a very suc
A Good riay at the Opora House.
This evening the James A. lier,
biliathm will present for the first time, in
this nty the rmolimuri and stirring drama of
"Hearts of Oak." Wherever it has be
produced the critics ha
in its [»raise, and in New York it has had a
number of successful ruus.
VTater Wltcli Fair Books Called In.
All persons liaviug in their possession
collecting Ixioks for the fair of the Water
Witch Engine Company, which is to begin
Monday evening next to the
on Thursday, November 21,
general fair committee.
Change of Market.
On next Wednesday the market
street well be changed from the cast to the
west bide of that thoroughfare, where it
will remain for six mouths.
A Democratic mass mooting will be held
in Christiana on Saturday evening, Novem
ber 4. It will be addressed by Mr. Lore,
Mr. Williams and H. K. Pennington, Esq.
A Well Known Lady's Death.
Miss Martha Aikeu, a daughter of John
Aiken, who has been sick for some time,
died last night.
A STINGING BEDIKE.
An Irishman'a Protest Agalmt Bringing
Nationality nr Religion Into Politic*.
[Pslladelphla Times. ]
In answer to the query, What, bat* the
Democratic party done for the Irtish Catho
lics? let me mention a few who have been
elected to posl lions of honor and trust by
them, including Senator Kern an, whom
that paper soya was beaten for the Govt root*
ship of New York by the Democrats on ac
count of religion. Was be not us much a
Catholic when elected to the Senate ior six
years by a Democratic Legislature? Did not
that parly elect John Lee Carroll Gov
ernor of Maryland; General Shields,
Senator from Missouri; W. S. Rnse
eraiis, llepremit stive from New
York ; AI. P. O'Connor, Representa
tive from South Carolina ; \V. G. O'Brien,
Representative from Mary lend ; Patrick
HaminfH, Representative from .Maryland ;
Daniel O'Reilly, Representative from New
York ; Janies O'Bileu, Representative from
New York ; and
to coq£ home to our State
fellow townsmen, W. V. McGrath, StaU*
Treasurer ; Joseph Kennedy,John Donohue,
John Cochran und David Nagle, Patrick
O'Feill, It. McCloskey, Hugh Muckin and
Thomas P. Judge, Representatives In the
Legislature ; Hon. Thomas R. Eleoek,
Judge of the Court of Common
Pleas; John C. Mc.Vfaneudn, City Commis
sioner? And who to-day Jieuds our Demo
cratic City Executive Committee Lut Wil
liam F. Ilarrlty, who, were these charges of
the supposed speech in reference to the
"Me'sandO'b" true, would not lor a mo
ment preside over a body working lor the
election ol the otic who uttered them. Can
Irish men iru.-t him ? It not, whom
can they trust? Would John li. Camp
bell. who presides over the largest
and most influential body of Catholics
here, not resent bv his vote and influence
such an insult ? Let them do Justice to the
eolored men of their party, without whom
they could not carry Pennsylvania, instead
of leaving it to a Democratic Mayor to show
them the way, before they commence to
look out for
us what they have done for us and let Irisb
nien rebuke the first attempt to iiitn*duce
the nativity or religion of any cuudidatc as
an Issue, be it by the Democratic, Republi
can or any other party.
Philadelphia. October 24.
wrongs. Let them show
Leaving For Kew York — A Heautirul
f freight steamer Excelsior, built
by the Harlau A Hollingsworth Company
for the Morgan Freight Line, made ready to
sail this morning.
Stcain was gotten up early, und at 11
o'clock the flags were run up, one on each
msst and one at the bow and stent.
Two tug boats were on hand,one fastened
by a line to the vessel's bow aud auotlicr to
the stern at the starboard side.
Alter 11.10 an attempt was made to pull
her Into the stream, and her cnginc6startcd.
After sonic Ineffectual struggling, during
which the huge craft almost crushed Into
one of the wharves, her engines were re
versed and she backed to her old position.
At 12 o'clock she hud not passed through
Market street bridge.
Hundreds of spectators waited upon the
bridge and on the wharves waiting to see
her pass. The appearance ot the vessel is
flue, and was the object of much admira
tion. She is painted black, with two cream
colored stripes around her. The dock houses
and masts arc also of cream color.
She leaves for New York with 1,000 car
wheels from the Lobdcll Company. Her
first officer is Jamc6 Daniels, the secoud, B.
A. Benson; Chief Engineer, J. D. Connell;
Chief Steward, G. W. Hopkins,
will number forty-two all told.
There are three boats and an effective lire
apparatus. The vessel was
found satisfactory in all particulars by the
Government inspectors three or four days
Curing n Would-be Suicide.
ago there was a pauper who was al
ways on the point of committing suicide,
much to the annoyance of all the [»copie who
had anything to do with him. Finally
medical attendant of the Workln use invited
kiin to drive into tow n one day, and
way the pauper remarked : "Doctor, please
give me a few pence to buy some arsenic ;
I want to make an end ot
the doctor replied : "That's the reason why
I asked you to drive. I shall take you down
to my surgery and put a couple of drops of
your tongue. It will kill
half a minute, and I shall
a certain acid
you in lees th
tell the people that you died in a fit.
the parish will bury you in good style."
The pauper waited to hear no more, but
jumped from the trap and bolted back to
the poorhousc. His li[»s were scaled fofever
after on the subject of suicide.
The Right Kind of a Nnnke Lie.
[Hlgbluu«l, I'«., R«-cor«lcr. ]
Thomas Hamilton, of this place, went out
hunting one day last week. After wander
ing about for some time he.bee
and hungry. He sat down upon a big black
against a tree close by. After finishing his
lunch he reached for his gun, but it was
missing. What was to become of him? Had
some bold highwayman robbed him of his
only weapon? For once in his life he was
troubled. After examining the log upon
which he was sitting he found it to be a
large black soak*, which bad moved ofi
several hundred yards from where he had
he thought, and stood his gun
set his gun.
A Fine Meeting at Middletown.
[Special correspondence of the Gazette. 2
Middletown, Oct. 18.—A large and en
thusiastic mass meeting was held in the
Town Hall at Odessa laRt night, which was
addressed by George Gray, Chas. B. I.orc
and George Bate«, Esqs. The Diamond
State band furnished the innsic, and alto
gether it- w'as a grand occasion,
especially sai«l that it guve him great pride
to make a [»optical speech at from 25 to 30
feet from the s|>ot whe
Issues of the dav were ably discussed by the
trio. The meeting adjourned at 11 o'clock,
and the Invited guests were cutcrtaiucd at
Hyatt's Hotel with supper.
Knrrenderlng to Kncape l.yiudilng.
I AXCA8Tl.it, Ky., Oct. 27.—Fountain
Tankcrsley. Jr., ofi.owcll, who pofsoneil his
entire family and fled, surrendered himself
to-day to csca[»c the vengeance of the mob
which was pursuing 1dm. An inquest was
held on the bo»ly of his wife t-o-day, and the
jury returned a verdict that she came t«> her
death hy being poisoned by her husband.
Both the childrc
that Tankcrsley will be taken out of jail und
dying. It is believed
Accused of Poisoning Her Family.
West Bend, Wis., Oct. 27. —Jane
Vermeer, aged 28 ye
to-day charged with the murder by [»nlson
of her (pother and brother, for the purpose
of securing an estate* worth about §1,000.
The crime was committed in December,
1831, and at the time of it« discovery the
ucighl>or8 threatened to lynch her.
The Felton '» Trip«.
The Samuel M. Felton will make her last
double trip ol the season to-morrow, when
she will leave Wilmington at 0.80 a. m. and
12.80 noon, returning leave Philadelphia at
0.30 a. tn and 3.30 p.
Monday the boat will leave Wilmington at
7 a. in., returning at 2.30 p. in., making
trip. Fare unchanged.
, was put
On and after
THE "PROUD BIRD" BfEl
TO-DAY'3 WALKING MATCH 8C0BE
lie Vim at
Constitution's** I ag
Farmington, aiul the "Mine
Farmington, Dei.., Oct. 28.—Ifhe "New
Constitution" arrived here Ia6t n|ght. The
eagle, "Garfield," which they have l»een
hauling around with them, died ast night.
Mi? pi 11 Ion nijhf air amt Greenwood apple
jack hud proved tpo much for him. Tha
blue lieu which Mrs. Stewart presented to
the crew looks as If she had the cholera.
the Gazette. 1
TI1K GREAT WALK
Fltsgerald Still Ahead and Korsmso
New York, Oct. 28—0 a.
Htzgcruld .*>42, Noremac 524,
Hughes 493, Hart. 482.
The 10 a. in. seore is, Fit
, Herty 512,
Noremac 521», Herty 518, Huglu-ii499, Hart
The 11a. m. score is : Fllemerald 550,
Noremac 582, Herty 520, Hughes 500 ; Hart
1'olttlcal Troubles In M
Tuv'SON, Arizona, Oct. 27.—dh»e of the
editors of the Citizen , just returned from
Sonora, reports that u personal conflict ex
ists between Governor Ortiz anp General
Reyes, commanding the Federal forces in
Sonora. Ortez bad Reyes proclaimed a rebel
by the Legislature, but being qnuble to.
raise a force to oppose him, left the capital,
Hermosillo. laking refuge at Gunymaa.
Both claim to lie supported by the Federal
Government, to which lioth have appealed.
Those best informed apprehend no blood
disturbance of property pghts.
Michael I>avltt in Scotland.
London, Oct. 27.—Mr. DavittJ speaking
at Greenock last night, announced his in
tention of visiting the Highland» and the
Isle of Skye, for the purpose of j becoming
acquainted with the the ease of tl e crofters.
He denied that anybody connected with the
Land League had anything to do with the
action of the tenant larmcrs iu the High
Colored Rouglio Fired Upon.
Ruhiislvanin, Ohio, Oct.
wuchs at this place amused themselves last
night by breaking into houses, terrorizing
the women folks. This arroused the ire oi*
the whites and they arose, ovth
colored mlscrants, and demanded
surrender. This they refused to dq and
the whites then opened fire, killing one of
the desperadoes and capturing five others.
London, Oct. 28. —Desthietive floods are
prevailing all along the Thames \ alley. The
river is very high und is inuudatiilg wharves
and piers. The Charing Cross pi *r was car
ried bodily away and other serious damage
The French So»lalhta
Paris, Oct. 28.—The Socialist agitation
Is increasing here and at Lyon*. At the
latter place, it is very serious. Tie Govern
ment is completing arrangement
military protection of the city.
The Dey of Tunis Demi.
Tunis, Oct. 28. —The Bey of Tulnfs is dead
after a long and painful illness. His brother,
the legitimate heir, has assumed bower.
A Car Hurneri.
Cincinnati, O., Oct. 28.— The sleeping
car of John Robinson's circus waiji destroyed
by fire. Loss, §3,000.
Mr. A. Bronson Aleott was stronger and
brighter la<t night than at any jime since
lie exj>erie.nccd Ids second shock, j
Tho extensive rag warehouse of the
Graham Pupcr Company at St. louis was
burned yesterday. Loss, §30,000.
The Gates House, at Bcnninjlrton, Vt.,
and part ol the surrounding property were
burned last night. Loss, §20,000;
The Army Rifle contest at Fort Leaven
worth, Kansas, closed yesterday, the At
lantic division taking the first mckJal.
The sentence of J. R. Shipman, one of the
Eastman G«., rioters, sentenejed to be
hanged, was yesterday commuted by Gover
nor Colquitt to im prison inert lor life.
George Jackson, 85 years old, la fireman
on the steamship State of Texas, yesterday,
at New York, fell into the hold and frac
tured his skull, from which he died shortly
The body of Edward Reynolds] 28 years
old, who has been missing from Providence.
R. 1., since the 18» >i instant, was found in
t-lic river there yesterday, lie Was intoxi
cated when last seen.
At Towfcontown, Md., in the cose of John
Hopkius, indicted lor the muider of Edward
H. Frames iu June last, the jury; yesterday
brought in a verdict of guilty of fnurdcr in
the second degree.
The Jury in the case of John <?. Harter,
at Steubenville, O., indicted for ^nurder iu
the second degree
his brother, Ed war
last, yesterday found him guilty us charged.
Charles Schwartz, aged :i5 yearj>, foreman
of the fce»l handlers of the Thiiti Avenue
Railroad Company, New York, yesterday
fired two shots at his uncle, the president
ol the company, Lewis Lyon, but missed
him, and then blew out his own braius.
for shooting a id killing
*d T. Harter, o|i July 28
of the tragedy is unknown.
The Boston police yesterday arrested
George E. Pepi»er, aged 23 years, and
Arthur E. Petto, aged 17 years, ojt a charge
of being operators in the bogus express
package swindle, which has been success
fully prosecuted in that city foif the past
two months. The evidence is thought to be
very strong against them.
J. Minor Raynor of GrcenpnintJ L. I., was
accidentally killi*«J on 'I hursday by the burst
ing of his gun. A piece of the barrel tore
his throat so severely that lie died almost lu
rtantly. It Is thought, that the ijiurstiug of
tho gun was due to the act of spine mali
cious boys who crooked the barrel and
[»laced wet saild on top of the load to make
the gun kick.
Diamonds and dress goods to tllic value of
$5,000 have been recently stolen, from the
residence of General Sturgis.at the Soldiers'
Home, near Washington, D. (J., and yester
dqy, upon searching the trunks of Leakatiie
Poinmurd, a French governess in the employ
of II. L. Dansman, of Wisconsin |(a son-in
law of General Sturgis, now on a visit with
his family), and halt the stolen tile properly
While five, men were returning from a
political meeting at Wyandotte, Mich., on
ahundcar on Thursday night they were
overtaken by the cast-bound night express
the Canada Southern rca 1. Three men
jumped sutely, but the other ] tw
throwu with the car into a dit h.
Ryan was Instantly killed, and I t« brother
Thomas had one leg aud a shouhjcr broken,
besides receiving internal Injurie«.
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