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VOL. XII-NO. 137.
WILMING'rON, DEL., FRIDAY, OCTOBERS, 1883.
PRICE OISTE OEXT.
G BAND OPERA HOUSK^
FRIDAY EVE'G, OCTOBER 5.
The Two Johns Comedy Comp.
nlic Musical Comedy In «Acts, Entitled
TEMPLE.
ii
THE TWO JOHNS !
Laughable and Funniest Comsdjr
the BU«e.
Tilt; MOST REFINED COMEDY OF THE DAY.
BRILLIANT DIALOGUE I
LUDICROUS SITUATIONS Î
Tùe Mo»
t as usual. Beats for sale at C. F. Thomas
, No. «I Merket street. oct2 4t
r
4 Co.
hand opera iiousk.
G
«tAHONIC TESUT.lv.
M-SIV IZL EMJAOEMEHT.-S*
Saturday Eve'g, October 6th,
Kitfagcineut of the Famous
C. D. HESS
ACME OPERA COM'Y
Tli< <j01u|>!l,l,r ln w,c
(«-ARTISTS, CHORISTERS AND MU8I
CIAN8—00
WH! appel
above In
' Bohemian Girl !
ADMISSION : Ktr«t lloor. 75 cenU; balcon r.
rved Feat»*, it; balcon y rmerrnl, 75
C. r. Thomas A Co.*«, 411
octf-ll-av
For sale
ul
Xarl.
LOST AND KO UNJ>.
0ST.— AT EASTBUKN'8 FIRE A
that bn« found It
]
Kreducer. Any
> h ave It at tlie Fame Hose Home on
cel huü receive thank?.
i li
will p';
lx
M'|>
ltJtiWA.Hl) 1.
EW \ KÏ)?— A REWARD OF FIVE
IIPNDUBD DOLLARS 1« hereby offered
the Htri'bt an<l apprehension of Collingsworth
J'. Ilttlleit who escaped from Jail at Uoorjrctown,
r midnight Sunday morning, desciip
l labt about II vu feet ten inches, rather
Idgh che« k bone«, v- 1er peculiar, tine aud
l>ro*n Imlr aud «mall «lark eye«, «harp
e upper teeth. CHAS. C. STOCK LEY,
Governor.
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Lii.
roit hunt.
LOK RENT.—PART OF HOUSE TO A
1 >.MALL family.
1117 TATNALL BTBEET.
iron sale.
POR
SALE.
100 Acres of Standing Timber.
ChUillr YELLOW PINE «nd MAPLE.
no mil« of railroad and three rolle« of
■ I ndjaoont to oilier larjrc and fine tract«
. ImimT, the growth of which 1« likewise
uni kit. For tmrilcular« a« to local ion,
*«,, addre««
G AZKTTK OFFICE.
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KptzMwur
DANVINO.
prior. A. S. WEBSTER'S
SELECT
DANCING ACADEMY,
MASONIC TEMPLE,
WILMINGTON, DEL.
1883-SEASON OF—1884
Commencing Monday, bxttember 10.
GENTLEMEN'S CLASS-Monday and Thu re
tunings from a lo 10, commencing Scptem
UUIFS- AMK II I I.DIiRN '8 CLASS -Tliu r»
Saturday
5 to 6, and
>m ;( to 6, commencing Saturday
pleinber 16, at 8 o'clock.
nro
»tterno
Spfd:
•Irtu, 1
t eutlon given to Instructing clill
my personal supervision.
5 In exercised to make then» grace
t dancer«.
« will be Introduced
ibaiicd by the usBoclatlon.
ll.
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st ta
*1 protide
I
soon
they 1
SCHOOLS, SEMINARIES or PRIVATE
CLASSES.
Lulle#
6»sti's II
with in.
■i
•iitlomcn desiring to forinprlvate
My or out of town slio hi confer
" — practicable, for choice ol
tin
ho» . circulars, cto. k apply to II, F. Ro
Market strcelfat my residence. No.
i, Gfird btreet, or by mail at ihc Masonic
1
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tant
__ ''KOVESSIONEL tlJLUDB.
1)R8. J. N. A J. B. HOBEN8ACK,
ÂÏ .ffecU of BCLF-A^USE
iS'ïf-WKIAMZATION »houM notbo.lt. us
Äffi-. 1 *; * .1. H. HOBENSACK 0/ B» N.
ptrsMi umVi 1 ' ififiadelphla, either by mall or by
m. n * llie hourB <*f 8 a. in to 2 p. m., and
ClUon'i.mn^' Whosoever should know his con*
.... 1 u ' w " y to improve It should read
Wisdom in a nut-«hell."
1 r,, ^rlpi of three-cent stamp.
J 0 «» C. COLE,
• AEï PGBLIC^AND JOTTICI Of THE
No - (O Wet Sixth street. 'Tele
.- - i-l-lJ-n
Bent i
DRUGGISTS.
C URRY POWDER,
CELERY SEED !
MUSTARD SEED !
ST SALAD OIL
norri.E wax ;
" H0LE8ALE
z - JAMKS BELT,
—ArOTIIEUARY—
^ W ' oixth aud Market Streets
AND RETAIL BY
Wilmington, del.
J. h\ lntcvKMinuir » tu.
OUR FIRST NUMBER
FOR FALL.
You will see many adver
tisements about large stocks of
Fall and Winter Goods, and
each one will claim to be
ahead of their competitors, but
we will be content to let the
readers of The Gazette know
we have a larger stock than
usual because our trade de
mands it, and this is an evi
dence that our goods are sold
at as low prices as elsewhere,
or a little lower for same
quality.
Our Children's Stock is com
plete. We do not mean by
that to tell you we keep the
low-price shoddy goods, but
we do have a good quality at
a very low price, and yet we
sell more of our suits from five
to ten dollars.
In our Boys' Department wc
have some very stylish gar
ments to show you, while the
young men cannot help being
pleased by making a selection
from our nobby styles
We have over Forty Styles
to show you in our Men's De
partment, and now, kind
reader, just visit us at your
earliest convenience and let us
show you our goods, and see
if it will not be to our mutual
interests to deal with each
other.
This does not give you much
of an idea of our stock, but if
you will stop in at
Fourth & Market Sts.
?
—AT THE
WILMINGTON
CLOTHING HOUSE!
it will give us great pleasure to
show you our goods and
prices. Yours,
Jno. W. Diefendorf A Co
COAL.
COAL. COAL
TKAHSroUTATION.
BUSH'S
WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA,
STEAM FREIGHT LINE.
Sail« dally from Pier 2. Bo. Wharves, Tblla. and
Foot of Frehch Street, Wilmington.
FREIGHT HANDLED CAREFULLY AND
DELIVERED PROMPTLY.
COAL! COAL!
ANTHRACITE !
BITUMINOUS !
CANNEL!
49"Partlcular attention given to retail order*.
G.W. BUSH & SUNS.
mio-iy28 ___
J AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVER
ALL SIZES OF COAL
—OF -
SUPERIOR QUALITY FOR FAMILY UBE
- AT—
THE LOWEST MAR KET RATES
All coal well «crccu-tl a«*l put m ccllcrs.
B. F. TOWNSEND
OFFICE A YARD FOOT OF FOURTH ST.
49 -Tftlophonc communication with all parts of
thecltv. _ _
,T. L. & G. CO.
—FOR—
LIME
—AND—
CEMENT,
A L
O
C
-AND
WOOD
—ao-TO—
Jackson Lime & Coal Co.,
SHIPLEY A KING ST. WHARVES.
myi7-l2
NOTICES.
■\rOT10E.—CITIZEN'S LOAN AiSOClA
J.N TION. New stuck lor p:.lu; rtr.t nirmeut
due Tliur-i'uy, Outo'MK I. OKU. i'. >1 Mils,
r.i-'ri-tary.
.
XTOTIUC— DIAMOND STATE LOAN
IN ASSOCIATION ucwsl-sek or mje; first uay
inent Or.toiHir iU;ha**m'C4Msi'Mlly irouurM Hr nrst
and second ferle*; |h in a prosperous dominion.
ATplfday •
sept 25-1 in
evening to
• ROUGE c. MART*; Rcr'y.
V
T 'AKE Ni»TICE.—COUNTY AND POOK
TAX FA YK.RM. Tuxes f. i the jrculr are
now «luu Hod payable rtt (It« ofllee of
002* Market Ht m*t. I'leare v»H au
taxes without i irilier notice or
to collect the
tors
'
'
wc sbau proceed
la 10 deys alter utDjnuUoe.
P.NEAHÏY,
Collector Second District,
J. T. DICK KY,
Collector First District.
i aconil'S
LO CAL LAGON1 LS,
R|'V Ilenn'n Hvun assistant recltor at Si.
Mary's Catholic Church, registered at the
Department yeslerdV
Mary Clark, colorai, a*«l 183 year?, died
at her rnidenco Sixth and Dul'oilit atreeta
last evening. The remains will be interred
.t Summit Bridge. |
Dr. J. C. Fahey, a graduate of JeOcreon
Medical College, Philadelphia, .entered be
fore'.-quire 1 razor .vesper lay uud bus opened
an olllc • at No. 611 West Fourth street.
Th i new chief, of Manitou Trlbj, No. 18,
were ruised up by Great Sachem Eckel, last
evening, usHsted bv other great chjefs of tho
Great Council of Del twaro, imp. 0. U. M.
Aft r the ceremony the great chiefs were
handsomely euter'aiee l,
»emavtf
MOTICE.—ALL PERSON«* DESIRING
1.V TO recUier as nmses of sick peruon« will
No. 612 King street, second story. A
hook for that purpuso has been prepared, and
blank forms for references will be mrnlrhed.
Maioand female, white and colored are Invited
to avail tliemselvas of Hie opportunity.,
K. B. JTKAZKIt. lteirkstrar,
jjo. M 2Kln|r Btrc« t.
\TOTICES.~ANY WEIGHTS, SCALES
OR measures requiring inspectldn may be
left at 828 and S30 Kina street.
•laCOB DKAKYNE,
tJoalerof Weights and Measures for New C*
county. ic26-tf
Mpti4-ir
"I>ENTS COLLECTED WITH THE BEST
XV AND CH EAPE8T kind of guarantee. Wc
have never In any year lost I per celt
rents on property under our cher arc.
ool4-5t lilt ALU A CO.
t of the
HOARD OF THAHB.
The Annual Meeting Last Nlght-hOfflcers
for tlie Kosnlng Year Klscud,
Vico President II. J. Gause occupied the
chair during the meeting of the Board of
Trade Leid in the Boards rooms lsjst even
ing and Daulcl W. Taylor acted as secretary
in the absence of K. A. Van Trump. The
other members present were J. Tl Cause,
George W. Bush, Allen Bpeakman, Wash
ingtou Hastings, George VV. Stone, Thomas
S. Bellah, Edward Kcr.diaw, Allen Clawthrop
and S. J. Willey.
The Committee on Room reported favor
ably on tho application of the Plumbers'
Association to bo allowed to use the board's
* s at a rental of $25 per month. Mr.
reported that the Wharf Commission
ers were about engaging au ongiucw to as
sist them in making wharf lines.
The treasurer, James Bradford, made his
yearly report, which was spread uipou the
minutes. It was as follows: Balance on
hand at last report; $11.16; received from
members, $100; expenditures, $79.|62; bnl
ance on hand to date, $91.54. The sjecretary
was directed to obtain the names of (he Port
Wardens chosen bv the City Council and
enter them upon the minutes of the yearly
meeting.
Two letters from George A. Euftis, Sec
retary of the American Chamber of Com
merce, New York ciiy, to the Wilmington
Board of Trade, were read. Onewbhed the
board's opinion in regard to a system of
national telegraphy and the other stated
that a meeting
In Washington, D. C., some time in De
cember to consider the national bankrupt
law, the tariff, etc., etc. No one in the
board was acquainted with the New York
concern, although Air. Bellah stated that he
was on their list as a member from this
Stale, along with Mr. Lobdell and others,
lie, however, kuew nothing about. It, al
though continually In receipt of circulare,
reports, etc. from them. Finally the letters
were referred to Mr. Bellah to find out
something concerning the American Cham
ber of Commerce, and report at t|he next
meeting of the board.
On motion it was decided to go into an
election for officers for the ensuing year,aud
Messrs. Stone, Bush and Bellah were ap
pointed a committee to make nominations.
After a short deliberation the committee re
ported the following ticket, which was duly
elected, Mr. Gawthrop catting the vote for
board: President, Henry T. Gause; Vice
President, Washington Hastings;Treasurer,
James Bradford; Secretary, E. A. Van
Trump. I. Trimble Quigley was elected a
member of the board, and on his motion it
was directed that the names of the inembers
of the board be printed with the yearly re
port and also on the cards containing the
list of officers and committees. Adjourned.
i • »«sin
Bush
convention was to beheld
FOOLED THE POLICY.
Lewis H. Hamilton Makes 111« Escape
Without the Slightest Difficulty.
Lewis Hamilton, the young colured man
who was shot during the riot at Tenth and
Orange streets on the night of September
26, during which ho made an unsuccessful
attempt to disembowel Sergeant Blackburn,
and for whom there was a warrant, skipped
for parts unknown on Tuesday evening
about 6 o'clock. Just who to blame for thi*
piece of caielessnees ia not known, but it
appears, from tho statement of Dr. West,
that the Chief of Police is blameless. Tbe
Doctor told the Chief that Hamilton could he
removed on Tuesday morning, mud then
the Chief suggested Tuesday evening, but
the doctor InsUted that the patient should
not be moved until Wednesday morning.
Hamilton, no doubt,
that a warrant had been Issued for Ms arrest,
and therefore decided to take his chances
and get away from town at the earliest pos
sible moment. The Chief denies that he in
timated that Sergeant Blackburn incited the
riot, but says that
had been severely reprimanded on that even
ing for btaudlog and uot Interfering duriDg
the lieht of tho night before, and »ays that
tbe Mayor had threatened to . dismiss the
officer if such a thing occurred again.
HUle or Unclaimed PuckagCR.
On Thursday morning, October 25, L. W.
Slidbam & Son, auctioneers, will *t public
sale at the freight office, at Fourth and Pine
streets, at 10 o'clock all unclaimed pack
ages, uuless freight and charges a]c paid iu
the meantime. Among the Wilmington
firms, to whom packages are dirqcted, arc
John A. Wilson, 26 packages; C. K. Dubell,
J. F. McWhorter, £. II. McWhorter, Kent
Iron and Hardware Co., Jackson jLime and
C( »I Co., J. W. Reynolds, Davidson & B o.,
and others. There is a bo a package ol
castings among the unclaimed merchandise
addi'CfcECd to "J. P. Cochran." |
aware of the fact
officer on that beat
Martlod Yesterday.
The Rev. I8a*tc M. HalJeman, pastor of
Baptist Church, was
tlie Delaware Av u
married to Edda B., daughter of Dr. Watson
F. Quinby, In Philadelphia yesterday, by
the Rev. Henry G. Weston, D. D., President
of Croxer Theological Seminary.
COUNCIL'S QUEER MOVE.
RESTRICTING CITY WORK TO
HOME FIRMS.
THE DELAW ÂBE AVENUE SEWEB.
Proceedings of Last Night's Regular Meet
ing-Some Interesting Discussions— Rou
tine and Other Buslm
City Council met in regular session last
evening, with President Conrad in the
chair, and acted upon the following busi
ness:
The Water Committee reported favoiably
upon the petition of Howard Pyle, for the
extension of water pipes on Franklin street,
south of Delaware avenue; estimât od cost,
$109. Adopted.
The City Treasui er reported $11)4,410.06
bank to the credit of tue city.
The Clerk of Un Municipal Court reported
as having turned over to the City Treasurer
$45.25 lor lines, costs, etc., for the past
month.
0 he Coal Oil Inspector reported having
inspected 14,191 gallons of oil during the
past month.
Tho City Auditor reported that he had
collected $442.74 during tho past month.
Ou motlou of Mr. Pickels, the proper
officers were directed to enter the proper
satisfaction upon the lien books.
The Building Inspector reported having
collected $150 during the past mouth, which
he had turned over to the city.
The Auditor reported as having examined
the accounts of the Chief Engineer of the
Surveying Department for tlie past month
and found that he had collected $117 which
had been turned over to the City Treasurci.
The Clerk of the Market reported us hav
ing collected aud turned over to the City
Treasurer, $240.42, for the past six months.
Chief of Police Hawkins roported as hav
ing collected $12 lor dog tax for September.
The usual check for the payment of the
ployes of the Water Department was re
lumed by the Auditor, unsigned, but his ob
jection was overruled by a strict party vote.
The Chief Kuglnecr of the Water Depart
ment reported 42 men In his employ for the
week endiug October 2, with a pay roll of
$371.69,
The Street Commissioner reported 28 meu
and 8 single team* in his employ for the
week ending September 29ih; pay roil,
$185.38.
The Street Committee on the petition of
F. W. Pyle, asking for the curbing and
guttering of tho south side of Broome be
low Eighth, reported in favor of instructing
tho parties to the work at their own ex
pense under the supervision of the Street
Commissioner.
On the petition of John Mulrooney, ask
ing permission to retain a manure pile at
Filth and Tatnull streets, the same commit
teee made a favorable report. Adopted.
The same committee reported in favor of
awarding the contract for completing the
Delaware avenue sewer to P. Carberry.
Mr. Blake of the committee offered a mi
nority report that tho contract be awarded
to Johnson & Milos, who now have the con
tract for building a portion of the sewer.
In offering the report Mr. Blake said that
It thecoutract was awarded to Mr. Carberry
at the price bid It would cost $140 more than
the bid of Johnson & Miles, and he did not
think it a square deal,
Mr. Garrett moved to adopt the minority
and followed up Lis motion by saying that
he was in furor of awarding the contract to
Johnson & Miles, as they were the lowest
bidders by $144.
Mr. Eastburn, chairman of the commit
tee, would 6ay In reply to Mr. Blake that the
committee had triod to make arrangements
with Johnson & Miles for the completion of
the 6ewer witnout advertising for proposals.
They have now been over a year at it, aud
have not finished their portion yet. If Car
berry is awarded the contract he agrees to
dig out 14 feet and allow Johnson & Miles
to finish their contract.
Mr. Johnson said that the firm were of
fered the work, but they could not sign the
contract uuless they were allowed damages.
He thought $2,900 was a good price for 110
feet of sewer.
Mr. Garrett said tho work hal only been
under way since March last and the contrac
tors had been stopped by the committee
several times. Tho committee had gotten
themselves into a hole and they should get
out of It the best way they could. The firm
would be very foolish if they did no: claim
damages.
Mr. Pickels said he know two weeks ago
the committee had offered Johnson & .Miles
the contract for completing the work at the
same price per lineal foot that they
getting. They agreed to the proposition, but
next day refused unless they were allowed
to claim damages.
Mr. Blake said that JoJinson & Miles had
lost on their contract by being delayed
through the committee. Their mortar has
dried up and lumber been stolen through the
delays.
Mr. Baugh said that Couucil waa all at
sea in the matter, aud he would move to
amend the report by postponing it one week
and that when Council adjourn it adjourn
to meet at the Hall on Saturday afternoon
5 o'clock, and proceed thence to the
ground to examiuc the malD.
Mr. Pickels was opposed to adjourning as
it would cost over $4«. He moved to refer
the matter back to the committee with in
structions to advertise for new proposals to
do the work all in a lump.
The motion to postpone one w«ek was
lost, and tho motion to adjourn to meet on
Saturday afternoon was adopted by the fol
lowing vote:
Ayes—Messrs. Baugh, Blake, Denny,
Garrett, Johnson, Menton, Milier, Moore,
McKenna, Murray—12.
Nays—Messrs. Abele, Eastburn, Grubb,
Lynn, Pickels, Speakmau, Stevenson, Smith
gQd President Conrad—9.
The following petlilonG aud communica
tions were introduced, read ami r poited to
the proper committees:
Wilmington Glass Company, asking per
mission to lay a track on the souti side of
the Christiana along Commerce street 10
connect with the WUm ngton aud Northern
aud 1*,, VV. <fc B. K. U. tracks.
A communication was read from the
Board of Health in reference to depositing
the dirt taken from Shipley Run sewer on
the public streets.
Mary E. Berry petitioned for a gutter on
the northwest side of Gilpin aveuuc, above
8 " re ^ . , .. M . ,
William Bush uud others, foi an amend
ment of the existing ordinance fixing the
g / acl ? 8 °* Clayton from ™nt lieach
Broome and 8©ott streets ^ c weeu
^v! ÄXp«u»lon to Rt
75 feet of curb oi aourh aide of Tenth .tree!,
below Kirkwood. Granted.
Frank Chandler, asking permission to set
curb ou Gilpin avenue between Rodney and
Clayton street, Granted
Arnoux Electric Light Company, asking
permission to tap the water mam on lhird
street, with » two-lnch pipe, to -upply their
new woaks on Third street near Lombard. |
E. L. Rice, Jr., a.-kipg that the course of
a run near No. 17 school be changed. !
David Wright fr a lamp ou Hamilton '
street.
A. Gilpin, for unter pipes ou DuPont
in
Q0 m
«tree! , from Pennsvl van 1« avenue to Eleventh
atroce t.
John Hate, water plfies on Jackson street
between Ninth and Tenth.
John Chandler, asking for gotten, on the
southwest side of G|]|rfu avenue between
Vanburen aud Jackson streets.
Charles Hemlcrton asking permission to
set curb on the east side of Ueald street,
between Eleventh aud Twelfth. Granted.
A. G. Peterson for a lamp corner Front
and Seniles streets.
Under miscellaneous business the chair
announced that the Mayor had returned
with his approval the ordinance for an ad
ditional patrolman In t|ie Eighth district and
also the ordinance lor llhe levying and collec
tion of taxes on telegraph, telephone and
electric light poles.
Mr. Stevenson introduced the following
resolution which was adopted after consider
able discussion i
Inspeotoil by the rublic.
The cew gymnasium of Lexington Barney
j n the Askew Building, Seventh and Market
streets, waa thrown open for the inspection
of the public last evening and waa visited
by a large number of the members and their
frieildB The ro m is supplied with Jifts ol
various kinds, loiizontal bare, mattresses,
trapeze, ladder, bars, chest poles, hand rails
S'SK coi!vlnIeî>ceauÆl â
the room le a ahowcr Uth for
0 f the patrons of the place There urn a
Âîlto Äep.ugof wL
| Dlf apparel. pumpsTsllpp.™ and other
„tides. The membership Is quite Urge
and still Increasing l3 a very satisfactory
manncr . The proprietor call, the attention
| of business men to the advantages of the
establishment and rocomrae i*is a daily v.rit
! to the place by them. The majority of the
' smaller am les usel at the gymnasium
1 were procured of Kemble <fc Davis, the new
firm ou Market street «car Eighth. . j
Resolved , That tho Chief Engineer of tho
Wu ter Department bo author lied to advertise
for proposals tor building two boilers for ttie
ülty Pu inpin< Station, bids to bo received from
Wilmington builders only.
Mr. Taylor desired ti know what tbe ob
ject was !n not receiving bids from outside
parties,
Mr. atevenson in reply said that the com
mittcc thought that ns the people of tho city
would have to pay for the boilers they
should be built here and give our workmen
a chance. Another object was that should
anything happen to (be boilers the me
chanics who made tln|un would be right
here to repair them.
Air. Pickels also was In lavor of doing all
work here. He believed in home protection.
Air. Blake (interrupting)—"Why did you
not think of that when you bought the
bul I ?"
Mr. Pickels— "I do n|jt. want any bulls ex
cept Irish bulle, und there is plenty of
them."
Mr. Blake—"I meat) the English bull,
and there 1s plenty of tjicm."
Mr. Pickels, continuing his argument,
said he heartily favored the resolution and
would vote for it.
Mr. Taylor—It may Ihj all good enough to
have them built here, but give others out
side a chauce. If people of other cities
would do the same thing, we would not be
sending s hips and cars all over tho world.
Why It has only !>cen a short time ago that
Hilles & Jones put boilers in the Philadel
phia water works. Ono car firm sent
to the Brooklyn bridge, and machinery
made has been sent tu all parts. If those
people should say no work should go out
side, what would become of Wilmington ?
It may be good in sentiment but notin
principle.
Mr. Johnson also favored the resolution.
Me. Taylor moved to strika out that por
tion of the resolution referring to Wilming
ton bidders only.
Mr. Pickles moved to lay tho motion on
the table. Adopted.
The resolution was then adopted by the
followirg vote : Ayes—Messrs. Eastburn,
Garritt, Grubb, Johnson, Lynn, Menton,
Miller, Muore, Newell, Pickles, Smith,
Stevenson, Speakman and President Con
rad—14. Nays.— Mesure. Abele, Blake,
Denny, Murray and Taylor—5. Mr. Baugh
re r used to vote, sayiug that the whole thing
was a gag gatno.
Mr. Eastburn introduced a resolution in
structing the Opening (itreets Committee to
procure the deed from
for tbe beds of Oak a
J. T. Ueald aud wife
lid Harrison Btreets,
near No 19 school.
The same gentlcraanl offered
for the relief of J. Nowlin and Alfred
Gawthrop.
On motion of Mr. Baligh, the 8treet Com
mittee was instructed to confer with the
City Solicitor to see what measures can be
taken to compel the Front street railway to
abate tho nuisance existing between their
tracks.
Adjourned.
ordinance
ORDERS.
During the evening the following orders
were directed to be drawn : President and
members of Council, $349.34; C. W. Sim
mous, $12.50; E. B. Frazer, $2.59; John
Grinnage, $75.83: A, G. B. Anderson,
$115.41, John E. Johnson,$79.16; P. Dugan,
$64.58; Board of Education, $6,660.66.
ELKTUN FAIR.
Large Attendance Yesterday and (Some
Good ltaoes.
Elkton, Md., Oct. 4.—The attendance
at the Cecil county finir to-day was large,
and the crowd commenced pouring in at
an early hour. The first race was for
colts, half mile heats,
viz: John A. R.,
Three started,
of Havre de
Grace; Surprise, of Elkton, and Dick,
of Elkton. John A R. won In two
straight heats, Surprise second: time, 1.36,
1.37. The second race was tho three-minute
class. Five started. Delaware Boy, of
Newailc, won in three straight heat«,
Belle of Oxford second; best time 2.42> 4 .
In the 2.37 class sic started. Mamie
Kiernau won two heats and Albeit
France two, .when t^c race was post
poned until Friday morning; time 2.34»^.
Five horsc3 started in the morning rare.
Fearless, of New York, won In two straight
heats. The Indians gave their u*ual exhi
bition. The races to-n|iorrow promise to be
particularly good.
Grand Lodjt 12loci Ion. ^
Yesterday's session cf tho Most Worehlp
ful Graud Lodge of Delaware, A. F. and A.
M.,liell in the Masouic Temple, was de
voted principally
morning. The 1
the banqueting room, alter which the elec
tion of officers for tho ensuing year took
nl.ice, with the following result: Grand
Master, John F. Saulsbury,cf Union Lodge,
No. 7, of Dover; Deputy Graud Master,
George A. Maxwell, of St. John's Lodge,
No. 2, of New Castle; Senior Grand Warden,
William C. BaggerlyJof Lafayette Lodge,
Nc. 14, of Wilmington; Junior Graud
Warden, Archibald Roed, of Temple Lodge,
No. 11, of Wllmlngtqu; Grand Secretary,
William S. Hayes, of Eureka Lodge, No. 23,
of Wilmington; Grauil Treasurer, George
W. Johuson, of Oriental Lodge, No. 27, of
Wilmington; Junior Grand Deacon, Elias
H. Johnson, oi Washington Lodge, No. 1,
Wilmington. Tho Graud Master aud Grand
Secretary were re-elcct|cd, the latter having
served lor many yearn. Tho new officers
will be installed to-day.
to routine business iu the
usual dinner was served ln
FOREIGN AFFAIRS
The Feeling Over the insult to the Spanish
King—Various Notes.
London, Oct. 4. —It Is reported from
Madrid that the Banish Government la dis
satisfied that the Paris Journal OJUciel
merely published the fact that President
Grevy apologized to Klog Alfonso for tho
Insulting reception he met with In the
streets of Paris and not the foil text of the
apology, aud lias now resolved to oak for the
publication of the. lull text. It is also re
ported that Benor Sagasta has pojtno
making any changes in the Spanish Ml
try until all matters pending between Spain
and foreign nations have been settled.
The foreign powers lave forwarded to
King Alfonso their congratulations upon the
enthusiastic reception accorded him on hla
return to Madild.
ned
lull
Sheriff and Mitchell's Gate-Money.
New Yohk, Oct. 4.—'The gatr.moncy and
stake, of Mitchell an 1 Sheriff's fight a;.
nm. W î" ,i V d °5, botweCn then \."?
S U .'« t0 i1 ay - They were aomewhat
un^tak^irviu" HaÄ hï. b«n W«dC
ôctôbeî lT for a .oft-"love"ou^t £tw«u
Jo"Coburn end MltcheRThcvaretusw
four round* Manuls o' Qu« ifsburv rules
MUcheland Bllv Maddenwlcoonaour
" the me.nUme and glvc exWblttoue ïn
several large cities of this State. After his
match with Coburn, Mitchell will return to
England and visit his parents and then come
back here to marrv a voumr American
wo nan nnd settle here.
FRANCE INVESTIGATING THE IjfBULT.
Paris, Oct. 4 —Tho Government has or
dered that an official investigation be made
into the Incidents attendant upon tho visit
of Klug Alfonso to Paris with the view of
discovering tho authors of the disturbances
on that occasion.
The Temp» thinks Spain will hesitate be
fore entering upon diplomatic action In
gard to the dcmoiibirations against King
Alfonso just as a calm is beginning to pre
vail. Public opinion, it tays, is reducing to
their true proportion the manœuvres of a
few fanatics.
The Cabinet has resolved that no press
prosecution can be commenced,Senor Nunez,
tbe Spanish minister, not having formally
denounced the uewspaper attack upon King
Alfonso.
EM PEROU WILLIAM'S SYMPATHY.
Berlin, Oct. 4.— The Votslche Zci'.uny
states that the Emperor William has fe'e
graphed to King Alfonso, saying: "I sympa
thize with you for the insults offered you in
Paris. I know, however, that »they were
aimed at me tar more than at you."
OFFICIAL DEMANDS UPON SPAIN.
Madrid, Oct. 4.—At a Cabinet council
to-day. King Alfonso presiding, the ques
tion of diplomatic action ln regard to the
demonstrations in Paris against the Kiug
was again discussed, but the greatest re
serve is manifested us to the decisiou
reached.
It is stated, however, tbe council decided
to advise Kirg Alfonso to convoke to Cortes
as soon as possible.
The Correspondencies states that the Gov
ernment has telegraphed to Senor Nunez,
the Spanish minister at Paris,that the French
apology in insufficient, and that if France
persists in her refusal to make a satisfactory
declaration, Senor Nuuez will be required
to leave Paris.
The Kiug and Queen held a reception to
day, the occasion beiug the name-day of
King Alfonso's father. Eighteen hundred
persons attended, including Senator Deprctls
and several Frenchmen.
PROVIDING POR TUE INPORMÄR9.
London, Oct. 4.— The steamer Melbourne
which arrived at Marseilles yesterday front
New Caledonia with the mills, had on board
Joseph Smith, one of the Informers In tbe
Pha nlx Park murder trials, who was not
permitted to land at Melbourne on the 9th
of August. Smith was recognized upon the
arrival of the sleamer at Marseilles,, when he
suddenly left the vessel and is believed to
Uavo tukeu pmesagfi for China.
It is also stated that Joseph Smith,Joseph
ITanlon, and Michael Kavanagh, Informers
in the Phœnfx Park murder trials, who were
not permitted to land at Melbourne, will go
to India, where James Carey had decided to
go until he was dissuaded therefrom by bis
wife. It is reported thit Carev was offered
a clerkship in the new barracks at Kurra
chee.
to
NEWS ABOUT OR RELY.
Dundee, OcL 4.—The whaling steamer
PolyueslM, which has arrived here from
Davis Straits, reports that the natives at
Saunders' Island stated that they saw early
In the year five men, living at Etah, a fish
ing station, South of Littleton's Island, and
the East side of Smith's Sound, and North
of Baffin's Bay, who belonged to a large ex
pedition further to the North, which was be
lieved to be that of Lieutenant Greely. One
of the natives was a very Intelligent man and
spoke some English. He stated that his
brothers, who
they were all in good health, and the leader
was a tall, robust man. The captain of the
Polynesia believes the party was sent out
by Lieutenant Greely to meet the steamer
Proteus, which was then on its way to
Smith's Sound.
NORWAY'S MINISTRY IMPEACHED.
Christiana, Oct. 4.-^The Supreme Tri
bunal of Norway having Impeached the
ministry of the country, their trials will
begin to day i with the case of the prime
minister. Each minister will le tried sepa
rately.
the five men at Etah,said
a
THE CROATIAN DIFFICULTIES.
Pestu, Oct. 4.—The Independence party
have resolved to Introduce ln the Diet a mo
tion consuming the Government fir ite at
titude on tho Croatian question.
HABE HALL.
Tlie Quickstep Defeated at Trenton Yce
terday.
Yesterday tho Quickstep went to Trenton
and played a game with the up Jersey boys
and were defeated by a score of 12 to 4.
Henry's pitching did not prove effective as
usual and errors were numerous. Tbe air
was chilling and a small crow d was in at
tendance.
OTHER GAMES.
Athletic aud Providence to-day.
The Athletics and Philadelphias play
again to-morrow and Monday.
At Harrisburg:
PhlladclDhia. 010220 0. 3 0— 8
Harrisburg
At Richmond—Molincaux, of Pb; adel
phia, 3; Virginia, 12.
At Philadelphia:
Cleveland. 3 0 1 1 2 1 0 0 0—8
Athletic. 300020020-7
OOOtOlOOS— 6
At New York:
Providence .
Metropolitan.
6 0 0 1 0 0 0— 6
041002 X—7
NOTES.
Anuls is playing left field with Boston
League club.
Jumping Jack Jones will letu ntoYale
College next Saturday.
This afternoon the Quiekst -p and Cleve
land cross bats at Quickstep Park.
Moore and Morris, and Carroll aud Boyle
are to row a 2)4 mile row on the Schuylkill
to day.
i
EPISCOPAL CONVENTION
PROCEEDINGS OF THE SECOND
DAY'S GATHERING.
A GREETING FROM ENGLAND
Continuation of the Triennial Session —
Appointments ol Committees— Uesolu -
tloua Offered aud Referred.
Philadelphia, Oct. 4.— The General
Convention of the Protestant Episcopal
Church of the Tutted States reassembled
this morning at 19 o'clock in the Church of
the Holy Trinity. Morning prayer was said
by Rev. George Worthington, 8. T. D., of
the diocese of Michigan, and Rev. Cyrus F.
Knight, D. D., of the diocese of Central
Pennsylvania. The benediction waa pro
nouuccd by the Rt. Rev. Allred Lee, D. D,,
D. D. L., Bishop of Delaware. The Lord
Biohop of Rochester, England, the Rt. Rev.
Anthony Wilson Thorold, was also In the
chancel. The roll was called, and the depu
ties not present yesterday answered to their
names.
Rrv. Dr. Morgan Dix, of New York, pre
sented the papers relative to the election of
Rev. Dr. II. 0. Potter as Assistant Bishop of
Naw York, and asked that an early day be
fixed for bis consecration. It wi s referred
to the committee on Episcopal consecration.
Rev. Dr. W'akefield of Indiana, offered the
Πrelative to the election of Rev. Dr.
?rbocl(er as Bishop of Indiana, which
were referred to tho Committee on Episcopal
Consecration.
The standing committees were announced
by tho President. The • clawarc members
are as follows: Rev. Mr. Douglass, Com
mittee on the State of the Church; Mr. S.
M.'Curtis, on Education; Dr. Burr, on
Memorials on Decease«' Members.
Rev. George White, D. D., of Tennessee,
offered a resolution, which was adopted,pro
viding for a meeting of theHouee of Bishops
with the House of Deputies.
Mr. Lloyd W. Wells, treasurer of the con
vention, reported that the balance, October
6, 1889, was $1,218.75; assessments from
3,123 clergy, $9,369; triennial expenses, $9,
986.12; balance, 8599.63. Expenses 1889 to
1883, salaries, $4,000; journal, $3,808.10;
stationery and printing, $1,994.72; miscel
laneous, $1,273.30.
An invitation was extended from the
board of directors oi the Union League to
visit and u*e their bulldlug. A similar Invi
tation was received from the Young Men's
Christian Association
The report of the joint committee on the
lectionary, which was made the order of the
day for Wednesday next, states that the
committee bave during the past three years
very carefully reconsidered the lcctionary
reported by them, and approved by the con
vention in 1889. In doing so they have
been aided by the experience of its actual
use and by a large number of suggestions to
which they have given respectful attention,
not only for their intrinsic value, but as in
dicating the general sentiment td the
church. The tables appended to the report
arc substantially tbe same as those which
were presented to the last convention, but
with several alterations. The most impôt t
ant of those ia In the Old Taatimant loaaooe
for Easter Day, where the account of the in
stitution of the Passover has been assigned
to the morning and the Song of Moses to the
evening, with liberty to substitute one for
the other. The lectionary thus revised Is
recommended to the convention for final
adoption by tlie annexed act, which is as
follows:
"The lectionary contained in the Book of ^
Common Prayer is hereby amended by sub
stituting the tables appended for the table of
lessons of Holy Scripture and by inserting
after the lhird paragraph of'the order how
to be read,' the three rules following: 'if in
any church; on Sunday or holy day, both
morning and evening prayer be not said, the
minister may read the lessons appointed
either for morning or for evening prayer. At
evening prayer on Sunday the minister may
read the lesson from the gospel appointed
for that day of the month in placer of the
second lesson for the Sunday. Upon any day
for which no proper lessons are provided,
the lessons appointed iu the calendar for
any day iu the 6aino week may be
read in place .of the lessons [for the
day."
On motion ol Rev. Dr. Hoffman, of New
York, a committee
the Lord Bishop of Rochester to a seat by
the president.
The secretary read a cab'egrain from the
Church Congress In session an Reading,
England, signed by the Lord Bishop of Ox
ford. and sending from the Archbishop of
Canterbury and the president of the con
gress brotherly greeting. A resolution
adopted returning the cordial greetings
the English Church Congress.
Rev. 8. C. Thrall, D. D., of the Diocese
of Springfield, offered a resolution that the
words "Protestant Episcopal" be dropped
from the Book of Common Prayer.
Rev. Dr. Thrall moved that tLe words
"Protestant Episcopal" be omitted from the
constitution of tbe church, and requested
its reference to the committee on amend
ments to the constitution.
Rev. Noah H. Scheut k, D. D., of the dio
cese of Long Island, moved to lay It on the
table.
Rev. Dr. Thrall trusted this would not be
done, as he was acting under instructions
from his diocese. He maintained that it
would not be an act of courtesy to lay it
the table. Tho resolution was referred to
the Committee on Amendincuts to the Con
stitution. Rev. Dr. Thrall moved to omit
the words "Protestant Episcopal ' from the
canons. Referred to the Committee
Cnnous.
Rev. Dr. George Leeds, of the diocese of
Maryland, presented a memorial asking for
a change in the phraseology of the testimo
nials iu tbe canon for the admission of can
d'dates for holy orders. Referred to the
Committee on Canons.
Rev. George Morgan Hills, D. D., of New
Jersey, offered a resolution that the House
of Bishops concurring article 1 of the
8'itutlon be so amended that for the words
"general convention" "triennial council" be
substituted, and that the constitution and
cancns throughout be made to correspond
with this charge. Referred to the Com
mittee on Constitution.
appointed to invite
M M
Of
on
con
THE HOUSE OF BISHOPS.
The House of Bishops met this morning
in tho parish building of the Church of the
Holy .Trinity, the Right Rev. Bishop Lee, of
Delaware, in tho clia ! r. The new bishops
consecrated sicca the lait General Conven
tion were introduced and took their seats.
Five bishops thus received were the Mis
sionary Bishop ef New Mexico, Yiesionary
Bishop of Montana, Missionary Bishop of
Washington Territory, the Bishop of Pitts
burg anl tho assistant Bishop o! Miss
issippi.
The names of the bishops deceased since
the last General Convention were rfe&d, viz:
Right Rev. Dr. Atkinson, of North
Carolina; Right Rev. Dr Kerfoo, of Pitts
burg and the Right Rev. Dr. Talbot, of
Indiaua.
The Lord Bishop of Rochester
duced and addressed the house.
Amt n? the members of the standing com
mittees are the following: On the Consecra
tion of Bishops—The Bishops of Delaware
and West Virginia.
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