Xl-NO. 161 .
Wtlminefcm, 1> 1., h» stcond-ciN»» matter.
Entered at tue Poet Ofitee
WILMINGTON, DEL., FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Si, 1883 .
PRICE ONE CENT.
i 1 HAND opera houVe,
Friday and Saturday, Nov. 2-3.
ruüOF II RR RF N OWNED IMPKRÜON A
FRIDAY EVE'G, NOV. 8,
Saturday RVE'O, nov. s,
] ORLE, or The Artist's Dream
supported by a Strong Company.
»Sand sn cent»: reserved 74 rent»;
.(•.erred •*'0 cent». For »ale
• (Ja. No. 42i Market street.
T rï.. l
HAND OPERA HOrSE.
MAHON IC TEMPLE.
£jTONE NIOHT ONLY"KB
MONDAY EVE'G, NOV. 5,1883.
-HYDE & BEHMAFS-
CHARLES T. ELLIS,
CLIPPER QUARTET :
! IIOR3E SHOE 4,
e. I). Davies,
- A XL»—
»ale at C. F. Thomas
octal-f, iu 40
42» Mir et street.
D WARD.—A REWARD OK FIVE
l III NDRK DOLLARS is hereby offered
«I appreliendon of Collingsworth
* rom (all at Georgetown,
mill Iglit 8u* «lay morning, descrlp
iiwht boni five feet ten Indn-a, rather
i.igli die* k bom*» v tee pe- uliar, line
, brown hair and small dark eyes, sharp
upper teeth. C'HArt. C. «TUt KLEY,
V K UK NT — A COMFORTAB» E.WELL
1 1 « «C %'i KD M V kK.lt street office; gtt p«r
HEALD A CO.
LVU RENT —PART OF HOUSE TO" A
1 vUaLL Umtiy.
a.CV «117 TATNALL 8TREET.
(i() Acres of Standing Timber.
I atelly YELLOW 1'INK ami MAPLE.
<1 three miles of
I i(*l|i»<'<*nt to oth r larve* ami line tracts
IAu«l, the Ki-owthor which ia llkuwlao
For imrtlculars as to location,
tic ol rat I roan
S IIIK ' Kl'ii ANHJ COU KT, NEW
l I A-ll.K COUNTY.
REAL ESTATE !
ti order * f the Orphans' Court of
Delaware, in and lor
• t the Hcpt* other te
■ t, will bees nosed to
iiilvUsc, lu the city ol Wilmington,
N* w CaM le
. A. D.,
November 9th, '83.
AT 2 O'CLOCK, P. M.,
* <lesrribr.il real estate, being the
>f .lohn Coil«*., <1* ceased as follow*:
■ n tract of land with th» appurle
(Jliribiiana hun<irc«l. <•
<1, aud bonnded and d**si
; in the
•nee by lan*t late of
. -eight degreufe, w«»t
•Irnl uml fifty perchesau«l« iKht-lenth« of
I* •»*, thence l»y lan«l nte of John
trty-itlue and three-q
tv nerchus and four-t
ths of a
b lantl bite of Jante» J.
<1 dtbtancuf» to
a ami a quarter degrees,
''Kilt -tunt lis Of a
d a-lialt degrees,
► nd eight- tonths of u
•untv-two degrees, east
Ii- »and five-tenth» ol a perch to
U' dev ree», cant »Ixty
•d place of bealnnluK.
res and oue quarter of
I! • ft
<1 by the court t 1 '
lor New Castle comity, that
to the I «ii retinue
»*•1(1 to him. lit-r
nier be, »hu
I s to • u apt
•Ing I to rt*c-«gnizatii
fige t tn <h 1<I Court t<
theruol in* an«l «ppe
thev with unl
oved by tho
s to ne tak u
the 81 »tu in a
IikmI l»y iln* -aid C -nrt.
to the parti«*» unit-.led
•'•ut rs. Hiimiultdrat«»''»
Un ir Just an • propor I«*
<*jr with In
ay detenu I no
y tlie dir ctl««n
Hie - urt
Him'**m.' | y 1
ii t- -m t,- „wen' *»*« ln,c "'
Hu Un.r a,I,I
I.O.," * ,\\'Ar-aTy
' : M - nous»«*», «^'»tw'i-.t.
L'Y* S' 11)11 AM & SON, Auit».
a an visa.
%-S EASON OF—1884
MMEScixo MONDAY. SEI-TEMBElt 10.
'«MTLEMtN-g CLASS—Monday amt Tbur.
j p * ''IHK» from 8 to iu, commeuclng Septum
Ailles- AND II1LDKKV-8CLASS Tli-r»
rom 6 to 6.
a to ft, cominonclng Saturday
3u|it«-mher lft, at » o'clock.
loti given »o instructing ehil
ive in y |>ur»onal snpurvialon.
Ih uxcrcloed to make them gracu
: nt ilitiicur«.
fen will bo introduced
—l by tliu asioulatlon.
UI0 °1-S, SEMINARIES or PRIVATE
»'llts and gentlemen desiring to form private
i'l, ? l " ll»c cliyor out of town »ho id conifer
Ul ,ut: ** uoon a» practicable, for choice ot
circular», etc., apply toll. F. Ro
•»a» 7 . 1 ® 'i^rket stroei;at my residence.No.
»t Third »treat, or by in»!! at the ifa»onlo
hlCKXBJS APFJaICA TIOKB.
■VTOTiOK.—f, WILLIAM DOLLARD,
11 TEN ANT i,t mithin m nttoned i rcintwea, In
compliance v Uli an act of Asaumhlv ln auch c a
made and provided, do h«*rubv give notice that 1
iti II app'y In w ittng to the honorable, the
Judges f the Court of G* lierai HcaHotm of the
Pence and Jail Delivery of the Stute of Delaware,
In and for New Castle County, on Monday, tin
19 day of November next, A. D., 1883 being th
lira day of bald Court, fra license to keep
Inn or tavern at Northwest corner of Second
and Adams utreetr, in the Tenth ward
ol thecty of Wilmington, Newcastle Countv,
Delaware, and to a* II Intoxlcallu/ liquors lu lest
quantities than o»-t< quart, to t«c drunk o i tb*
pro«* Ibu*. and th«following e»|Hx table «dtlseu-,
resident» of eat<l vart, r««wmtuan4 Ui» said af
1 catiun, to wit
James * Zeiglar
Karl Hi echt
V» ii Hum o'Menra
W illiam Forrest
William O'Meant, .lr
H 1 f .anr.su
Michael T Hamilton
James 11 Sfoiiaghuo
Peter H Miller
John E McEutee
N O i ICE.—I, WILLIAM B CURRINDEK
OWN KU of the hmise situated In tin
of chrl»ll»nu, Hcliool District
of New Qa-tle and 8 at»
with he »•. quir*-
of the General Assembly in Much
• made »ml provldtd, do In reuv give nolle*
: I shall a ply In writl g to 'he Court o
'ou of the Peace and.J tl Del!
«•laware, in im for New 0»»tl*
r, on Monday, the )0lh oay o» \<*vcinhe>,
A. l>., ISSU l*e|. g the mxt term of xal 'court for
a license for the w ild hou-e a-* an Inu or tavern
lor the »*lc tlierelu of 1 toxlrating llquois
In leas q anti It » than oue quart t
drunk on the i reml»cii;ai>d the fol owl* g r ipeci
ahle citizen» of the tuild dlatrlct rocomini' nd the
«aid application, towtl:
Humutd Duller John Wavnn
William U Umlk Lemuel But er
Georg«- W C'urrtnder .lohn II u eaver
Ro a rt M Carter Jam«*» Davit»
Ham net J 8 ott HJ ar»hnll
WILLI A M It C JURIS DER.
No G. co nt?
of Del a wart , tn c
ment» of the
of the Htale «»f
l»aac I horp
I, HF.NKY BRADLEY
FR of the within mentioned premise
**11a ce with an act of Assembly, in auch
• Hindu ami rovided, do hereby give notl •
that I »hall apply In wriitng «o the honorable,
the Judges ol the Court ofG«-ne> al He»slon« of tlie
Pen e and J 11 l»ellv«*ry oi lb* Stateo Delawa-»
tu aud for Ne v Cm.tie count
löth *t»iy of November ne. ., «. ,
lie flr t day ot » . «1 court, for a tcenee
Monday, i !>•
D., 19S». being
to e«*p a
Kr-nt and ShLIey »tret*», in
r»t ward, ol the city ol Wilmington,
countv a »I »täte af<»ie»ai<l, aud to se 1 Into* ira
ting liquor» 1 1 rs» quanti 1c* than oneqifart, to
be «trunk on the pr« ml» . and the following
apt-ctablc citl/tui», rnddeut» o' aald ward, rec
•iid the aal<! application to wit:
u J F. -horalt
A B Muhn
Fraud« E Kelley
K «•<! D Moor«
J P l»ttVl»
Georg. It Mar pie
T 11 RhUo
John A ltnrher
It T. Moody
Daniel McC>«»k r
James M.- Kenn«
John I* D ninhoe
W. 8 II Brofey
anlel 31 - El wee
I'air.i-k D uglurty
J. L. & C. CO.
I M E
C O A I
Jackson Lime & Coal Co,,
SHJPLKY & KING ST. WHARVES.
NOW IN MY YARD
-A LARGE SUPPLY
OF THE FINEST GRADES
EVER SEEN IN THIS CITY.
—SEND IN YOUR ORDER AT ONCE.—
B. F. TOWNSEND,
FOOT OF FOURTH 8T., WIL.
G. W. BUSH & SUN^
FRENCH ST. WHARF,
Make a'.Bpeclaity <*f Superior Hard aud Free
STOVE, SMALL STOVE & NUT
For Doincatlc Use; AIbo
CANNEL COAL !
• GAS COAL 1
CUMBERLAND COAL !
- FOU OBATE8
—A SPECIAL1 v.
Medicine raust be carefully
and accurately compounded,
from fresh, puvö and r- liable
drugs by competent persons.
Superior facilities irom long
experience, skilled assistants,
and extensive variety of stock.
Three graduates in Pharmacy
ployed; five qualified assist
Cor. Sixth aud Market Street».
OTICE^DIY ID 2ND
Ths National Bank of Dxlaw
it Wilmington. Nov 2 , t£*3
» have thin di»v <t. -lav <i it dividend
dollar» |m r
i dénia < 1 , ci-er «»• u*<
It. II. KWHAN KS, Ca
TO OU It CUSTOMERS,
OUR FRIES'DU AND TUE PUBLIC GENER
The eld *'Sta Wished reslnuraa» of Charles Kyle's
at the ' orth->ist corner of -lxth and Orange »t».,
U nnwone«» fur th win e seeso wltli • Ai 1 stock
of oYB 1 Elt» « *nr conetnm s m shall h<- to keep
theV Rv • E8T«ysl«-rs that arc produced.
Fnml'les stinplltd at iea»ouablu prices
made a (uieclaltv.
Thunk till Tor past patrouago we would still
solicit a »har« of (he same.
i ll ARLES KY' E.
Clip this out for r ulure reference. nov2-!in
The night school under the auspice» of'lie
It-.ard of 1'Jblic Education, will be oj»encd
'loud iv. Nov. A, In the hahement f No 6,
ner of Ninth and VVol astnn *tr et» Those en
ina will be required to piv one <l<dlar for the
the t' rin. Applt-ratt ii» to enter
be m-.de at the i oh ool
. ber ofttie
^ in. KYNF*
JO N II A N 'OV,
J P. T. FEUCKEL,
ro DELINQUENT COUNTY TAXPAYERS,
HUNDBKD. FOR THE YEAR IWi
I) STRICT WILMINGTON
The nn^eralgned hereby give» nntlee to delin
quent c-uuty «ax ptyer« of the No-thcrn DU
ir! t oi Wilmington hnmlre*i, for IS«:, to c>» 1
without d« l:»y »t th- oii'licaat corner of Fifth
and King -tre« I«, nods«* tie lor th« kmp»ii< 1 ihi«
a old coat*, as th se taxe inu-t posit v-ly »*e
collect'd at once. Til 18 H A 'iv »L v* TICE.
WM. KYNE, Collector.
N otice —citizen's loan a so* ia
*' I'*N. New Nt 'ck lor sa'e; 11 r«t payment
«lue Tli 'rsday, October 4. GKO. C. MaRIh,
* cl3-ltn b* cieta-y.
\ T 01 ICES. -ANY WEIGHT , 8CALE8
DM measure» requiring inspection may b
left at 828and SB) Klug »(reel.
J COB DEAKYNE,
Sealer of Weight» and Muiuures for New « astir
n tarsi uuss s one as.
RgOlSTXK'S OPPICB. I
w Castle Co., l>el., October IX, I8M. |
Upen Ihr application O' Mary J. "cCti'longh itn«1
U«>b« rt Me« HU •••nil exrciitor» ol J «Hua II. McCul
long««, ol Clu Ltlana itumlrrd. in said county, «lu
ceased, It is ordure« I and directed bv the Ueglstrt
tl»at the Exe utoih aforesaid glv»
notice of granting of letters Testa
mentary upon the estate of the deceased,
with the date of granting thereof, by causing
olvertisements to be posted within forty days
troin the date of such letters In six of the most
public places ol the county of New Castle,
requiring all persons having demands against
the estate to present the same, or abide by an ad
ol Assembly iu such case made and provhled ;
tnd also cause the same to he Inserted within th°
lame perbxl In the Daily Gazettk, a
newspaper published in Wilmington, and
continued therein three weeks, (e. o. d.)
Given undertliehaml and sealofoffive
8 Vof the Register aforesaid at Wilmington
«* ) in New Castle county aforesaid, the
lay an<1 year above written.
8. C. BIGGS, Register.
AU person» having claims against the estate of
the dercaocfl must oresent the same duly attested
'o the Executors ou or before October iatb., A.
')*« l««4a or abide the act of Assembly in such
*- m«de and provided.
MA Y J.McCU r LOUGH,
It BERT McUULLOU 1 If,
: Centre ville, Del.
PIlOfT. SHADE AND ORNAMENTAL TitEES
IN OBKAT VARIETY.
R ABPRE ° 1 RES,
HTU n WBKKK1K8,
that *r«» kept In a first
An*! all varb tlee of
49*Htud lor price-iPt.
WILLIAM F. PETERS,
No. 6 West Seventh «treet,
»«»«»*• RulMIttV, I
The case of E. H. Ruinford against the
Delaware and Atlantic Telephouo Company
hus been postponed until Mouduy next.
Officers Osborne and Pardee fourni a herd
ot cows on Market ßtrect, about midnight,
and have them now locked up Id the pound.
The uew organ of the A. U. M. P. Church,
French street, above Eighth, was given a
successful test during a concert at the church
While coupling cars at the West Yard
about 8 o'clock last evening Frank Mann
had the thumb on bis right hand badly
mashed. Dr. Kane amputated It at the flrt.t
On Wednesday night last thieves stole
from George Thompson, of Clavtnont, a
horse and G'-rinantowu wagon. A reward
ol $25 is offered for the team aud $75 for tho
While working in Hughes & Walker's
quarry yesterday, a large stoue iell upon
the leg« of Harry Massey, living on Scott
street near Delaware avenue, aud bruised
About 1 o'clock yesterday morning as
William A. Col**, a young man of this city,
wus pushing Rlvervlew C met* ry he was
suddenly set upoti by highwaymen aud
robbed of his overcoat, alter which they
beat hiiu severely.
Andrews *& Locke, the contractors for the
new B. A t*. bridge acro-s the Brandywine,
ye-terday morning began laying a halt
mile track I rom the quarries to the bridge
with which to haul the he»vy rtoue. The
carts will be dispensed with.
Married L»»t 1,vetting.
The marriage of Frank Lackey to Ida
Evans, was solamuizud at. the r« sldence of
the bride's parent«, 816 West Eighth street,
last evening, In the presence ol a large num
ber oi friends aud relatives. The ushers
were Edmund Mitchell, Jr., and George O.
Hildreth, aud the bridesmuids were Miss
Evans, a sister of the bride, aud Miss
La key, sister of the groom. The presents
to the. brlile and groom were numerous and
handsome, aud they departed on their wed
ding tour on the 6.57 p. m. train lor Wa n
Ington with the best wishes and hearty con
gratulations ol all present.
Fall Fashion Quarterly.
Send 15 cents to trawbridge & Clothier,
for the Autumn Quarterly ; 120 pages; 1000
illustrations; 43 valuable articles on sub
jects of interest to ludles;ulso a dressmakers'
page. Every description of dry good» illus
trated and priced for shoppers by mail. Tne
music by W. W. Gilchrist, the célébrai ed
composer, is alone worth double ti e price of
the book. Yearly subscription, 50 cents; 25
cants for six months. Subscribe now.
a lot of odd vases which we will sell very
cheap. Crippen'a, No. 5 East 8econd street.
OUR LOCAL AFFAIRS
Committee Hepnrts. Fay Holl», Petitions
aud Hills The Proceeding* lu Dotal 1 of
Last Night's session.
CITY COUNCIL'S REGULAR
ONLY THE USUAL BUSINESS
At th* regular session of City Counoil
lust evening, with President Conrad presid
ing the following business was acted upon :
The 8treel Committee reported favorably
upon the petition of William M. Canby ask
ing that a live foot, sidewalk be laid on the
north side of Rodney street between Penn
sylvania avenue and Fourteenth street.
hat the gutter be paved and sidewalks laid
on tlie north side of Twelfth street between
Poplar and Lombard.
Th • same committee on the petition of C.
P. Johnson asking pei mission to construct
a coal vault uud*r the pavement at the
northeast corner of Fl h and Orange streets,
made a similar repo t.
The Committee also reported In favor of
awarding the contract for repairing Hrauleup
run sewer, between Third and Fourth
»treets, to P. Csrberry.
The same committee reported that they
had examined tho sluice on Christiana
•Venue and found it In a bad condition, aud
recommended that it be repaired. The re
ports were adopted.
The Opening Streets Committee reported
avorably upon the petition of N. Lteberman
'hat Cla\ mont street brought to grade
from Thlrreeuth to D re street».
The game committee reported In favor of
awarding the contract for grading the beds
Rodney, Oak, Fourteenth aud Railroad
avenue to P. Carberry.
The Limp Committee made favorable re
ports as fo low«;
I. T. Pyle for a lamp on Jackson street
between Fifth and Sixth streets.
H. C M.Lnar tor a lamp on Washington
street between Fourth and Fifth streets
Johu J Kennedy, for a lamp ou Madisou
street, between Fourth and Fi'th streets.
Dr E G. Shortlldge, for a lamp on New
»treet, Ntuth ward.
The Citv Treasurer reported 078,082.24 In
bai'k to the credit of the city.
The Chief of Poli æ reported that he had
collected $17 during the past month, $10 for
allow license and $7 f.»r dog tax.
P. Chandler, Building Inspector, reported
having collected $212 during the past
The Chief Engineer of the 8uivey Depart
ment reported $113 collect» d last month.
Clerk Peulngton, of the Muulcipal Court,
ported $4 collected last month.
The check for the Water Department was
return'd by the City Auditor, and over
i uled by a party vote.
Chief Engineer C»yle reported 81 ra«n In
his employ for the week ending October 30;
pay roll, $308 28.
The Street Commissioner reported 27 men
and eight singlu teams in hi« employ for
the week ending October 27; pay roll,
Robert Graves, Coal Oil Inspector, re
ported that he, had inspected 18,600 gallons
of oil during last month.
Building Inspector Chandler reported
having Inspected property to tho value of
$102,450 during October.
lbe following petitions were read and re
ferred: William R. Beatty, for grading
Lovering avenue from Jackson to Van Buren
streets; Samuel T. Warner, for guttering
Fourteenth street fr -m Jefferson to West;
Mr. Lindsey, and others, for two lamps ou
stairway leading from the end of the
ruspensiou loot bridge on the Brandywl
opposite DuPont street to the top of the hill;
Samuel Cook, for a lamp on Taylor
between Locust. and
Davis, for a lamp at. the corner of Cl&ymout
aud Davis streets; Robert A. Armstrong,
lor lamps at tho corner of Second aud
Broome uud Second and Rodney streets;
James Monagan, for gutter plates on Madi
son street crossings from Front to Fifth;
Jacob Sinex, foi curbing and paving on
Pleasant street between Van Buren and Har
ri «on. John H. Miller and other property
owners on the west slue of Sixteenth street
between Delaware avenue and Sixteenth
street were granted permbeton to set curb
at their own expense under the supcrvhlon
of the Street Commissioner. The petition
of James Taylor for the repairing of a por
tion of the sidewalk ou Ninth street between
Poplar and Lombard streets wr 6 referred to
the Street Committee with power to act.
A communication was receved from the
Mayor announcing that he bad appointed
VV. H. Cochran patrolman to fill the va
cancy occasioned by the death of Officer
Thomas, l homus B. Turner was also ap
IH)lnted in the eighth district.
Mr Garrett Introduced
On the petition of
tabllshlfg the grade on Beech street, from
Maryland avenue to Anchorage street.
The Mayor returned with his appi
the ordinance permitting tho b
Western railroad to cross certuin streets,
also the ordinance iu reference to pavlug
and curbing sidewalks.
During the session orders were directed
to lie be drawn as follows;
J. T. Gorman, $10; M. Keogh, $825,91; P.
Carberry, $1,781 44; pay roll of members of
Council and anil Board of KevMon, $390.84;
John E. Johnson,$7<> 19; Vf. Keogh $153,42;
A G, B. Anden- oti, $1 lu. 6ft; John Grinnage,
$72 08; P. Dugan, $04.53; P. J, Ford,
el a ware
A t*erlimn Marriage.
Thomas Kraeraer. of Elizabeth, N. J.,
wa<* tnarrieO at the German Lutheran
Church at 3 o'clock, yesterday alteruoon, to
Miss t rama Fiuck, of this cUy. The church
_ well tilled by irleuds of the contracting
parties and the ceremony was performed bv
K« v. P. Isenschmkit. The bridesmaids and
groomsmen were George Flnck and sister
and George Feh run buch aud Miss Lena
Schneider. Atter the ceremony the newly
m irried couple and a large number oi
Irleuds wen* banqueted at the residence of
the bride, 407 Orange street Mr. and Mrs.
Kraeraer left ou the 6.38 p. m. train lor Eli
zibeth, N. J., where they will reside, he
being in the employ of tho 8lnger 8ew!ng
Machine Company. They were escorted to
the train by a large number of friends, who
bid them adieu in regular German fashion
aud completely covered them with nice old
ChaiiK»» lu tu« Alai ln.
Postmaster 8wlggett announces ths iol
lowing changes In mails The mails which
formerly closed a' 11.45 a. m., but moro re
cently at 12 30 p. m., lor Chester, Philadel
phia, New York city and points in Pennsyl
vania and New Jersey, will close at 12 15 p.
m ; tills arrangement will also secure a de
ltveiy of the mail In New York city
the same afternoon. The mail lor Bal
inore that formerly closed at 11.45 a. tu.
and recently at 12 10 p. m. has also been
changed to 12.15 p. m- The mails for Balti
more, Washington. New Orleans and poluts
on the B.tllimoru Central railroad south of
Ohadd's F<*rd, the Western Shore of Mary
la»d and in the Southern S ates close at
12 80 p. m. will also close at 12.15 hence
! The Uomntttoee of Orest Council of Red
Mon Aunouncod—Ofllcers Elected.
The following committees of the Great
Council have been announced by Great
Sachem George E Temple .
Appeals—Janes A. Bond, No. 6; Chris
topher Spoerl, No. 1; Edwin Hirst, No. 3;
James C. Pierson, No. 4; T. H. Messenger,
J No. 11.
State of the Order—William L. Counties,
No. 4; D. C. Rose, Jr., No. 8; T. Muon, No.
II; William C. Knowles, No. 10; James D.
Bruce, No. 8.
Constitution aod Taws «-Joshua Maria,
No. 0; T. H. Mesaenger, No. 11; Joaeph
Pile, No. 3; Chrlatopher Spoerl. No. 1: F.
E. Gallagher, No. 17.
Printing—James D. Bruce, No. 8; William
A. Moore. No. ft; O. A. C&rrick, No. 7; E.
Bucher, No. 1; 8. Moore, No. 9.
Finance—E. A. Van Trump, No. 6; Wll
Hain H. Terry, No. 7; A Outten, No. 8; L.
C. Vandegrlft, Jr., No. 14; 8. Moore, No. 9
Reports— J B. Underwood, No. 8; M B.
Smith, No. 11; -f. F. Rodgers, No. 17;
Thomas B. Fleming, No. 3; J. r. Cannon,
Trustees—Josh na M. Clayton, No. 11;
Cbriftopher Spoerl, No. t; William L. Coun
tlse, No. 4; K. C. Haynes, No. 3; F. E.
Gallagher, No. 17.
At a public meeting of 8t. John's Castle,
v o. 4, it. G. E., held In the Morrow Build
ing, 211 Market street, last evening, the fol
lowing < ifl.ers were elected: P. C., William
N. K jbinson; N. C., William Alexander;
V. C. James Knotts; 8. H., William O.
Meachem, M. of R , H. O. Moore, 8r.; C. of
K *, U. L. Pierson; K. of E„ E. C. Luken«;
Hermit, Jacob B. Sllfer; Ensign, J. H.
Munda; Require, Charles Bowers; I. G.,
Lewis Youuker; O. G., John Robinson;
Chamberlain, O. F. Munds; W. B. Davis,
Armour; Trustees, James H. Wrlgbtlngton,
James M Bauthem, Joseph H. Trexler. The
Castle will ho Instituted and the officers In
stalled ou Thursday November 22.
The name of Keystone Lodge, No. 8, I.
O. G. T., was changed to "Welcome," last
evening, and the following officers were
elected: W. C T., Alfred L. Luke; W. V.
T.. Pauline C. Luke; W. 8., Rev. 8. T.
Gardner; R. 8., 8. T Gardner, Jr.; W. F.
N., Orle B. Cloud: W. T., Laura Perago;
W. M\ Tennessee 8herwood; W. I. G , Mrs.
John W. Luke; W. O. G., Elizabeth Me
Dowell; W. D. M., Ida McDowell; W. A. R.
8., Stillman Conner; W. R. H. 8 , Charity
Taylor; W. *. H. 8., Maggie Butcher; L.
D. , William C. Cloud; Trustees, Rev. 8. T.
Gardner, Joseph Cash and George 8.
BOARD OF TRADE MEETING.
Transacting Business on Probation—Only
Seven Members Present.
There were only Beven members present
at tho meeting of the Board of Trade last
evening. Although nine constituted a quo
rum, those present decided to transnet busi
ness subject to the approval of the board at
next stated meeting. President H. T.
Gausp occupied the chair, and the others
present were E. A. Vau T«ump, secretary,
T. A. Bellah, Geoige W. Bush, Henry Men
dinball, John Walnwrlght and E. Tatoall
Messrs. Phillips and Race were elected
members of the board on motion of Mr.
Warner. Mr. Gauec presented a letter from
George A* Curtis, secretary of the American
Chamber of Commerce of New York, re
questing tho board to join that organisation.
A copy of a paper setting forth the objects
of the concern was read by the secretary.
Mr. Warner stated that tho body was in
effect similar to the National Board of
Trade, aud did not think the advantages of
being connected with it warrant tho outlay.
Mr. Bush took the same view aud ofiired
the following resolution which was adopted:
Resolved , That the board considers it Inexpe
dient to conneot Itsrif with the Amerioan
Chamber of Commerce of C»ew York, and that
tho president be requested to notify that body
of this action.
The action of the Executive Committee in
appointing J. H. Hoffecker, Jr., Esq., as
consulting counsel of the Board was ap
proved and notice was given that at the
Dext meeting a motion would be made
changing the number ot a quorum necessary
to transact business from nine to six.
J. H. Hoffecker, Jr., Esq., presented a
bill for $50 for preparing the Port Warden's
bill, which was allowed, as was also $25 to
E. A. Van Trump, the secretary, due as sal
ary lor the past year.
Before adjournment George W. Bush. In
behalf of a representative of t.he Penn Mu
tu il Overland Telephone and Telegraph
Company, Invited tho members of tho board
to witness the public exhibition of their new
telephone in the Clayton Houso this evening.
Lalu Thoinpeon'a Downfall, .
New Haven, Nov. 1.—The father of Lulu
Thompson, who was iouud dec.d In a hotel
here a few days ago, arrived to-day. Ho
says that Lulu was a beautiful child and a
dutiful one. About 10 years ago Lulu
tied William Dan, the son of W. E. Dan, a
wealthy liveryman of Westport. Tho couple
were ardently devoted to each other, and It
whs pronounced a remarkly happy mar
Just ono month later Wll
the arms of his
. "Years passed on," ho
"Finally Lulu married Edward
Ham Dan died in
Thompson, not Charles, as the papers have
got it. Thompson wanted a hotel and I «et
them up in business In Norwalk in the Con*
nectlcut Ilou-e. I spent $2,600. Thomp
eon treated Lulu well, but he also, I will
say it, maltreated her shamefully He was
the menus of placing ray daughter where
slio uow lies—the cause of her ruin. He
began by taking lewd women into the house,
and one of these, D,ora somebody, he lived
with while Lulu was still there. Their
property wasted away and finally everything
went. Lulu became a wreck and a broken
hearted woman. Edwaid Thompson drove
her to roaduess. She never drank until
A Flue Line
of tea pots, absolutely fire proof, at Crlp
peu's, No. 5 East Second street.
Christum» Good» Displayed.
The firm of Wood & Bancroft, stationers,
of 604 Market street, have displayed a large
and varied assortment of Christmas
goods, comprising all the novel
ties of both foreign and domestic
makes. The stock Is tastefully arranged and
is open to Inspection of customers and
visitors. The alcore tu the rear of the store
is filled with beautiful natural flowers and
the rear counters are filled with tko finest
assortment of Christmas cards ever dis
played in this city. Tho side shelves
contain dreeslug cases, stationery, boxes,
paner weights, inkstands, ladies toilet coses
and other goods of uew and novel designs
both costly and beautiful. As the season
the latest novelties in the market will be 00
exhibition and for sale.
goods will be received and all
dav or evening. P. & N. J. Telegraph, main
office 936 Chestnut street, Philadelphia, Pa.;
branch office 506 Market street, Wilming
ton, Del._ ^
you always get i esh aud good of us as wc
do our own roosting. Crippin's, No. 5 East
KVIiMM) AM» IRELAND
I T1»e Ornnr.euieti of Loud«»uiierry Asset -
ing fiisIaifdMsyar of Dulillu
Londonderry, Nov. 1.—A large num
ber of *>raugtnieu took pofsessl >□ of and
occupied the City Hail to dsy, In order lo
prevent the Lord Mayor ol Dublin, for
whom the hall been engaged, from deliver
ing a lecture upon the Franchise. The au
thorities stationed [tolicemui along the
streets of the city through which the Lord
Mayor passed. A troop of Lancers arrived
to prevent any collision between the Orange
men and the Nationalists. The seizure by
the Orangemen of the City Hall created In
tense excitement. Some of the Orangemen
tationed themselves on the roof of the
building and waved their regalia, and sev
eral of them, with npouge rods belonging to
cannon, went inside the building.
A MAN AND A BOT SHOT.
Upon the arrival of the Lord Mayor he
was placed iu a wagonette and driven
thr< ugh the city. The procession escorting
him carried green banner» und their bands
played Irish national airs.
While it was passing the City Hall the
Orangemen fired upon It and threw slates
from the windows and roof of the building.
At this time a man was shot in the face and
a boy In tho ey . The man is dying, A'd
his deposition lias been taken. 'Jbe procès
slon dispersed after the Lord Mayor entered
Reddy's Hotel, but an angry crowd after
ward congregated around the City Hall,
which they stoned, breaking the window«.
OHABOINO TOE MOD.
The police then charged the inob and
oleared the streets. Tho military were called
out to assist in restoring order, and bodies
of Lancers paraded the main streets.
Suhstrqucntly the Orangemen vacated the
City Hall and withdrew fçorn Its vicinity.
The Mayor issued a proclamation appealing
to the people to refrain from \iolence and
retaliation, and the corporation rescinded
the resolution to rent the hail for the de
livery of the lecture. Inteuse excitement
prevailed throughout the day 1 q all circles.
lip. m.—The city has resumed its uormal
S uietude. Mr. Dawson, the Lord Mayor of
ublin, delivered his lecture this evening at
the National Institute. The
boy who were wounded tbh* afternoon are In
a precarious condition. One Orangeman
has been arrested, charged with shooting
¥HB TUNNEL OUTBAOB.
London, Nov. 1.— Major Majendie, ol the
Board ol Trade, who has examined the
scene of tho explosion of Tuesday evening
at the Pitted Street Station, states that
everything confirms his belief that nitro
glycerine was the explosive used.
COMMENTS OF IRISII NEW81'AFCRS.
Dublin, Nov. 1.—The United Ircland(thc
Natloual League organ) prouounces the au
thors of the explosions in London to be
Idiots. The Freemen '# Journal protests
against Irishmen being hastily accused of
being the authors of these outrage«. The
Iriih Times asks why the English Govern
ment does not vigorously remonstrate with
President Arthur against the dynamite con
spiracy, of which New York is the source.
AVENOIOD WITH VITRIOL.
A Washington Girl, Betrat ed aud De*
sorted, Disfigure« Her Faithless Lover.
Washington, Nov. 1.— Misa Mollle
O'Hara was charged In the Police Court to
day with throwing vitriol In tho lace of
William C. Zelgler. 8hc said that Zeigler
has been "keeping company" with her for
gbout a year, that they were to have been
married last May, but he then pretended
that bo was not ready.
"I went to the country on May 1," said
she, "and ho then said that he would marry
mo in October. He came out regularly to
sec me. In August be took me to a doctor
who gave me a powder which I took, but it
caused so much pain I would not take the
pilla the doctor left for me. Zeigler then
told me that he would take me to Baltimore
and m&rry me, but afterwards said that If
he did It would prevent him getting somo
money which would be divided between him
and the other childreu in the spring. He
then promised to marry me in May."
Last Monday night he went to see her and
again refused to marry lier, and told her ho
had no affection for hei. Yesterday she
weut to his hou*e and waited tor him, with
a mug containing the vltrol. When he
came out ehe asked him wh*
tor. She told him she had not and would
not, but she had 6ome stuff for neuralgia m
the cup and told him to smell it, which he
"Then I threw the stuff in hl6 face," 6hc
•aid, "and he hollered, 'Ob, Mollle, my
eye P "
The prisoner was released on $1,000 ball,
Zeigler being unable to appear.
Zeigler Lad. It is said, lost one eye in
childhood. Whether the other one will be
destroyed is not positively known.
Ho said, "To a wedding," and
her if she bad not been to sec the doc
A CLEVER SWINDLES.
lie Imposes a Bogus Check ami Receives
Change In Cash.
A well-dressed young man, yesterday,
called at the coal office of «Mills dc Combs,
on East Fourth street, and ordered two tons
of coal to bo sent to No. 114 West Twe Ifth
street. The coal came to $12, and In pay
ment he tendered a check for $15, receiving
three dollars change. The check was drawu
on the First National Bank in favor ot Wil
liam Marlin and signed by A. D. Carpenter.
The mau who presented the check indorsed
the name of William Martin upon the back,
received his change and left.
Alterwaids Mr. Mills examined the check
and concluded V at the endorsement and
the other writing were done by the same
hand. Inquiry at the First National Bank
showed that no account was kept there iu
the name of A. D Carpe« ter, and further
investigation showed that Wiil'am Martin is
not the occupant of the bouse No. 114 West
Twelfth street. The whole affair was a
The swindler Is described as a gentlemanly
looking fellow, arrayed in a blue lrocic
coat, black felt bat, kid gloves and buUou
gaiters with cloth tops. He endeavored to
his game on several other coal dealers,
A Hard Prisoner to Hold.
About 7 o'clock Isst evet Ing Officer
*st two young men
who were creating considerable excitement
on Sixth ëtreet, between Market and Shipley
by acting in a very disorderly manner. Oue
of them ran In a store cl-ise by and suc
ceeded in eluding the officer for a time but
was finally captured and taken to the ha'l.
Later in the evening the officer started with
his prisoner to'8qulre O'Neill's office and
had reached Bonner's morocco factory at 202
West Fifth street wheu some half-dozen
friends of the prisoner Interfered and suc
ceeded in getting him aw ay from the offieev.
▲n exciting chase immediately endued be
tween ti.e fugitive aud officer, who succeeded
in recapturing his prisoner at Fourth and
Shipley streets, and marched him triump
antly to ths Squire's office, where he w«»
fin»! »8 anfl co«ta.
Osburn attempted to
iA NEW YORK TRAGEDY.
S A 0 RESULT OF A SOCIAL
AN OUTRAGED HUSBAND'S WRATH
It Beau its lu the Death of Hi
uiour and the luiprJaomueut of the
Batavia, Ool. 81.—The excitement over
the terrible tragedy of last night Is Intense
and nothing else is talked about. Johnson
L. Lynch, a well known lawyer ol Utica,
was the victim, and his slayer la E. N.
Rowell, of this city. Lynch was Infatuated
with Rowell'« young aud beautliul wife,and
although frequently warned that the bold
ness of his visits would surely expose him
lo danger, he assumed the ribks aud met hl«
death at the bands ot an infuriated aud dis
honored hushaud. They were formerly
neighbors lo Utica, Mr. Rowell removing to
Batavia ten year« ago, where ho Is a member
of the tlrm of Palmer <fc Rowel), paper box
manufacturer«, who formerly conducted
business in Utica. Lynch and Mrs. Rowell
bad tea together In the dining-rbom, the
wife supposing that her husbaud had left on
a business trip.
THE Ml HDEBKR COMPOSED.
As soon os the tragedy became knowu on
the streets a vast crowd flocked to the
house. Those who heard the shots aud
rived early met u shocking sight. Upon
crossing th6 threshold, Lynch lay dead upon
the carpet In the hall, at the foot of the
stairs. He was In his shirt sleeves and wan
divested of hat and shoes. His feet were
towards the street door and his head re
clined in a pool of blood. Rowell, hi-» mur
derer, stood calmly at the side of his vie
"What is the matter?" asked Charles E.
Read, a neighbor.
"I found this man iu my house and I shot
him," answered Rowell. "He betrayed my
wife and I caught him iu the act."
Mrs. Howell was pacing uo aud down the
stairs, sobbing violently and wringing her
"8ee what you have done," she said to
her husband; "you will have to be hung."
"Well, I shall have to sutler, and not
you," responded Rowell. "I warned you
time after time about this man."
Coroner Lozier soon at rived, being fol
lowed by Under Sheriff South worth and
Officer Robson. By this lime Rowell had
gone up stairs and was conversing with his
wife. When the officers approaeiied him he
submitted quietly to arrest. After he had
put ou hla overcoat and hat he turned to his
wife and said:
"Well, Jennie, I have got to go to jail*
Good-by. Won't you kiss me before I go?"
HIS WIFE OBDUEA.TB.
Ilia voie? waa tender and compassionate,
aud her reply waa breathed between eoba
''Oh, how can I£ Oh, how can I after
doing auch an act !" site piteously asked.
Hia wife did not kiss hiiu, and he accom
panied the officers to the .1 uatiee'a office and
thence to the jail, haying been committed
lor murder In the first degree.
When Bowoll left home early on Monday
morning, telling hts wife that he was going
West on a business trip, he proceeded di
rectly to the National Hotel, opposite the
Central Depot, where be remalne 1 in seclu
sion until a few miuutcs before 6 o'clock
last evening, at which time the train was
due (rom Utica upon which Lynch arrived.
Mrs. Rowel! was at thedepottomeetLyucb.
Rowell hastened to his borne, w hich was
vacant, his children having been sent by the
wile to vielt a friend. Rowell secreted him
self and watched Mrs. Rowell and Lynch
enter tho house. Thor ate eupper aud then
repaired to her room.
Shortly afterwards Rowell emerged from
his hiding-place and, looking into the sleep,
tug-room, was crazed at what he saw, aud
tired two ahota In rapid succession. One of *
the bullets passed between the laces of Mrs.
Rowell and Lynch and lodged In the wall.
It was so well aimed that their faces
discolored by powder, the ball graziug Mr«.
Rowell's scalp. The second bullet, was
buried in the pillow,
Lynch fled Iront the room and rushed
down stairs, As he desenOed Rowell fired
two more shots, one of which took elTeet la
Lynch's back, passing through his right
lung aud penetrating the aorta near the
base of tho heart, lodging In the muscles of
his cheat. It caused instant death.
TWO TBLL-TALB LETTEliS,
Two letters from Mrs. Rowell were found
In Lynch's pockets. Tho first, written a
week ago to-day, began '• Dearest John,"
and ended as follows:
"I want to see you so very much. Have
lots to tell you. Will drop you a line when
R. goes, and perhaps you cau arrange to
come hero. 1 trust we shall Bee each other
soon. With a world of love, I remain, your
sincere friend, Jessie."
Tne second note was written ou Monday
alteruoon and is as follows:
"I am aioue. K. went away this morning.
He will be absent two wcek6 or longer.
Agreeable to you I should he glad to
you eomo evening this week, say Thursday
or Friday. Cau you not get here at 8 and
come up to tea soon alterwardeî Will try
and have the chicks in dreamland at 7. Let
hoar from you soou. Will look lor a
letter on Wednesday. Affectionately vours,
Three persona ate supper at R rwell'a
house last night, hut it la not disclosed who
the third person was.
Lynch waa a large man, handsomely
dressed, and wore considers 1 ilo Jewelry, in
cluding a flue gold watch and chain and
diamond collar button.
Rowell is a small man and ia somewhat
given to melancholy. Mrs. Rowell is a
blonde. Since their residence here they
have moved In the best circles ol society,
though recently Mrs. Rowell's character has
which her name has ttcen connected. Lynch
was a nephew of the late Judge Alexander
A Johnson, aud also a descendant ol Presi
dent John Quincy Adams.
Lynch's body remains in the house where
the tragedy occurred. Mrs. Rowell has
been a subject of lntcirst and conversation
for many gentlemen susceptible to her
charms. Her anguish Is lieunrending, aud
she cries rut wildly, ''What will mother
say !" und "Oh I my children !"
ing to scandalB with
fro6ts > northwest to «outhwest winds, gen
erally higher barometer, alight change in
, mptrl tu».
New Steps Free ted.
J. n. Reed, watchinau at the new B. & P.
railroad bridco over ihe Brandywine has
completed the erection ol 01 steps leading
from the end of the auspenaiou foot bridge
to the top of tlie hi!!, and has petitioned
Council to have two lamps on the steps. He
la now ready to receive conti Ibutions from
those for whose convenience they
built repay film for hi* expense, time and
i Un. ted Press Dispatch tnthe Gazette, j
Washington, Nov. 2.—10
Middle Atlantic States fair weather and
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