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The Jury IMmlN flint Tayl« »cufli ThronKli Yoi o Father 1 . 1 st Ac Ills nid About 12.30 o'clock Saturday afternoon Pickels' Eleventh street bridge, fatally shot by Lewis List, Jr., a 22 and 23 years of George Taylor, a moulder, foundry betwe young age, in the vicinity of Eleventh and Kirkwood streets. Dint and bis wife reside at No. (J0Ö East Tenth street. He is described by his neighbors as a dissipated, Hhiftless ho frequently abuses his wife. home intox verely beat her. The wife becoming tired of snch treatment packed np Iter things with the intention of going home. List forbade her to leave the bouse, threatening her with another beating if she disobeyed Hhe stated to him she was determined to leave borne. After quitting work went arrange for her Hero lie fellow Last Monday he c mated Taylor Mrs. List and go home with him. ion uf «red young List, and a dispute ensued, List being of a quarrel lost his temper,and The c to disposition, a baud to baud fight ensued, listants struggling the pave d road iu front of List's house, seeming eventually meut neither for have the advantage. Tayl got on the top of his adversary and punishing him severely when the Benior bist interfered. He took up a stout club d administered several Bringing blows upon Taylor's back and head. Seeing he being worsted by the lather and Taylor arose from hiu prostrate combatant and lied. Young bist and his lather ca : led out: "Shoot him Lew." The two Lists drew tneir revolvers d followed in hot pursuit, lied around the corner of Kirkwood Btreet, bullets to quickly his feet, I Taylor fired after him. One ide of its mark, hall weut aud the other passed through the riui of the retreating man's hat. List continued the twice as he , seeing lie could not overtake Taylor, jumped into the yard of the residence No. 610 East 1 The elderly pursuit, firing The young »• ugh III« bouse. He paused but a mi Taylor, hotly pursued by his around the coruer aud directly iu frout of him. Just as he got opposite him young List took deliberate aim and fired. Tbe bullet entered Taylor's left eye and passed directly into his brain. He fell heavily on the sidewalk and i mi the In nnconscu condition. The blood flowed iu torrents from the gaping wound aud small parti des of the brain substance came through ihe aperture. Drs Keables and Wales examina summoned who made of til« WOUUI aud gave their Id live but a ad« (1 he . pinion that Taylor short time. No ellort remove s placed the police tlie ball from his head d conveyed headquarters. liugh Btewart, living at No. 310 East the steps of Teuth Btreet, his house aud did had taken place ; sitting t know any shooting (List) coming up the street with a revolver iu his hand. Beliiud him c with a club about three ieet long his wrist. Btewart ith the revolver say, "i'll shoot thy first G — d— older thick heard the that i supposed he tue eld U 1 ..U with the that be would jumped forward d caught List around the arms, wheu the latter reached around und shot Stewart's left shoulder. Btewart then I'erre.l to Fearing Su* .lub. shoot him. p against the fence aud astonished to d hear him say : "If you don't let him go I'll knock your G— d— brains out with this club." d daughter then rushed "Lot him go." Their disconcerted him that he ised his revolver held him, when h« the old Stewart's wife Teaming : out screaming let go List, whi fire, but it snapped. Had the weapon discharged, it would have shot Stewart's wife pushing LiBt aud the be List's ;as between th Btewart towards his gate. ed out >ld ho aloug Tenth etreet ized Fibre Company's father then went by the Vni olli ce whe had c he threatened to shoot. Beiug unprotected the latter rapidly Bought shelter. 8 *)'l after.vard nourished, is a seven barreled silver mounted Bmith & W revolver II Was found h.ddo board at th« father's house, 1004 Waluut Waluut Tl eapon which List used ft oup ediately alter tlie shooting young by aud Tibbitt his arrest. List into a frame ho ued the arrived with a w The office «H Polio entered the ho fre ' iir expectedly upon hiB ■y, co *K who II« de 0 résistance. a cell iu the city hall. George lay 1er, the wounded d laid the railed off the city hall als. larpet withi »1 th.* municipal court, examination of his the !• Dr. Keables made s wound aud said he ( Id not live loug. er^i the left eye, d lodged in the Tbe ballet bad e through toe upper lid, Ï tusclous, but dying Le moved restlessly, sometimes c itlg ids lists aud rat-dug hi convulsively. 11 « emitted low groans • ow and t;i«u and vomited a great deal I. - 1 AI clock Di. Grimshaw, who had .ed » lm wounded ould l»e do for uyth Hi vn bearing about on the A'' to . A depress •k of hi led 1 lor « the shot bad entered but tlie do result cf ud .- li ! r »10:1 pro id t.» th ■1» k Tayb.r was |»l ed to J. Marsh U-nlau's wagon. O hiS I eyed hi 1 . As rlo 1 « I* hif y hall Ipou the p«t, er his th ltd m .1; 1 ith " ye and bi» e Mood, he app .1 *0 be ale ade, and h ii»g in H. F. Pickels' He 1« the sou of ' Father" "Id. He is a molder b Mu »dry. Tavlo exhorter 'Veil knn ■!' « old r ld«r Lbs ri.- Lists, fatli» .»is , t VV-lmi: gi Tbe ai«, »1 w bit » paper 1 '■y di» ed •rkman. H. a»» d l:o* o I». .nl ki 1 ptc lut. Iii - d trod rant. .»I u:urder,bnt. , *ew Cart» of justifiable « ;b ll( e. TLe fre IS I.OM Î. tlie m trial cf I y referred •I :i|»'tal as showing l'. Wipe lies to t? ot a jorv George Taylor «lied Satn:d*r a< ni*('t, a littl* being shot. • onsoidnsutt ■ id tl Taylor ait«r th« bulb 1 Dr. Grimshaw, the family physi. »1 Dr. Ogi«, physician to the 0 a p.'St morte o 's body yesterday aft»»ruo,»u. Tl»-y tained that the bullet had parsed directly through th * bead and out at the hack, at a spot where a piece of the skull had been removed by a surgical '•Poratiou some ti Pu r -, &<ned 05» ei ed his held wUl* 1 hold oner Smith evening iu th« grand jury the court house. tin ol S FATHER IN Judge Cummins convened tho muni cipal court at 3.15 Saturday afternoon, to inquire into the crime of Lewis F. List, the slayer of George Taylor. During th« session of the court, aud the c befo E. List the hearing i was completed, hia father, Lewis , was brought in aud placed beside Lis son in tl«*» dock, to answer the charge of being an accomplice in the shooting of Taylor. The elder List had been arrested, ft warrant issued by tbe Court, by Tlbbett and Walker, prisoners were not represented by counsel. The witub8seB examined, in the order of their calling, were: James F. Ford, BoliPeman Frank Tibbitt, Chief Hawkins, Mrs. Ella Fell, Hugh Btewart and George «aies. Their testimony oient to warrant the commitment of the prisoners. The stories told by the differ ent witnesses dovetailed together withont any noticeable discrepancies. H appeared that Lewis F. List rented the house iu which he lived for $15 aud sublet oue-half the premises to Mr. Dean, who paid one-halt the rent. of Lewis Li up. Iffio The amply suffi On Monday last List quarreled with Mrs. Dean and Btruok her. This made the Deans determined to vaoate their part of the house. List objeoted to their inoval, he feared he would be held re sponsible for the whole rent,and deolared that he would shoot the first attempted to take any goods out of the houBe. who Gn Saturday moruiug, as the Deans persisted In their determination, Liât sent for his father. The elder List and also deolared against the goods going ont. Taylor took the side of the Deans and told them to go ahead. This the state of affairs day morning. What followed la^told iiuctly in the testimony of George Bates, who saw the whole transaotion. Mr. Bates said : About 11.30 I dinner and coming np to my Taylor at Eleventh and Pine ; I aöked him what was tlie matter ; he said he was going to lick somebody up at List's and asked me if I would go along and see fair play, as lie expected the old man would jump went up to List's and he called young List out ; they talked for about two imites and Taylor struck him; they clinched and "troet ; then the old struck at Taylor with a club; Taylor the s— of a b—; shoot the s— of a b— (young) LiBt fired twice ; Taylor back with then t down in the S out and then Bald: ' Shoot oil'; the old round the corner and two stones in his hands ; he th them at him (young List) but didn't hit him ; then he came up with the other stone, near (young) List, who was then «ling in Mr. Ford's doorway ; then then the old of said "shoot the s— of a ," and (young) List fired and b Taylor fell. It iu evldenoe that wheu the elder to the aid of his List , Taylor pounding the latter in the face with dangerous s abdo his fists and driving blows into tbe prostrate with his knee. At the oonolusion of the bearing the prisoners and lodged In jail. taken to New CaBtle lu interview with a State Joukna Sunday Mrs. Lewi represeutati F. List said: "Mrs. Dean has brought a lot of trouble ; she's all right, she's but mine is in New Castle got her the charge of murder." Her story of the allair is much the evidence trouble grew out of the allegation that List struck Reuben Dean's wife because she called him ad—u liar. Iu she said "My father-in-law is of the charge submitted iu Saturday.She says the whole innocent be ; wheu George Taylor stoned my husband he desperate and I halloed 'shoot him' my self." Malaohi Barlow, Caleb Taylor, David McCloskey, Andrew J. ('alley, Dr. J. F. Hpeok, Joseph B. Laugley, William B. Jefferis, W. B. McNair and L. W. Palmer, the jury aummoued to hold au inquest the body of George Taylor, Lewis F. List's victim, met at the house of the deceased, on Adams street below Dela Mouday afternoon. L. W. Palmer was ohosen foreman, and W. S. McNair secretary, after whioh the jury proceeded to hear part of the testi mony ot the Mrs. Ella F. Fell, Taylor' sworu. Bhe testified shot fired. At the conclusion of Mrs. Fell's testimony the jury adjourned to meet at 7.30 o'clock in the evening. Pursuant to adjournment the coroner's jury pmet iu the grand jury the'eourt house at 7.30 o'olouk iu the ing. avenue, sister, eye witness aud she seeing the fight and the fatal Dl Dr. Grimshaw sworn, and testified that when he attended Taylor in the oity hall sensible The wound ball aud found there The Saturday afternoon he d remained in until he died, iu his eye. "Thu eye protruding. 1 put iu a probe a bole iu the head, iu a dyingoondition then." Coroner—"Dootor, what would you suppose produced that wound ? " Dr. Grimshaw—"Now I swear to suppositions, but I thought that a small gunshot wound." lie further testified that at the posi taken out and the not here to it mortem the brai ball oould not be fouud ; that there a big depression in the back of the skull, but it was au old wouud ; that tue old wound was bleeding, which led to the supposition that the ball escaped through that sonree. Iu conolnBion the Dootor Htated that there wouud through the eye caused the death. Dr. Keables, sworn—Was called to see Taylor who was lying on the sidewalk iu front ol List's house between 2 and 3 o'clock ; prob?d tbe wouud and found that the hall had penetrated the brain to the extent of about four aud a-half inches; on examination 1 knew he must die ; I found no place on the skull whe th« ball could have made its exit ; Dr. while I was examining the both agreed that the four hours Uh doubt that that Wales patient aud rauBt die within three cause of great effasion of blood ou the braiu. Dr. Ogle, sworn—At the post mortem found a gnu-shot wound through the left eye, which passed through the brow eansiug Lis death ; am confident that the ball made its exit through the old wouud; thu brain was put in a basin and dis sected, aud the bail could not have es caped notioe ; I took the eye out aud examined it ; the woand eye but through it. James P. Ford, sworn—I oame to my door just when List and Taylor through fighting ; old proauhed the don't know whetb not iu the List ap with a olul) raised ; I he struck Taylor unt* The rest of Mr. Ford's testimony recently submitted the before Judge Cummius. Ilngh Btewart, sworn—Do not know ytbiug about the shooting ; after the shooting ■»tr«et nourishing a revolver followed with a club. The List ing up Teuth d the old gave the story of his has already been published. George W. I'age,sworu—l knew Taylor, don't know List; (i qniry) Taylor askiug while he (Taylor; "licked" List; with him, List struck at Taylor; Taylor fell toward Kirkwood street aud tl. »unter with the Lists hi Ili auswer to go with him the file; old the s! his hack ; I don't think Tayl fired. ust before the fatal shot At. tbe conclusion of Page's testimony tbe jury weut into private session, aud, alter considering the evidence, fotuil tbe following verdict : 'That George B. Taylor carno to his death round through the h the hands of Lewi a gunshot fr fr I»'. Li pisto day, Soptonib struct, between Kirkwood y of Wilmingt«)!), t Hlh, 1H83, botwuu h Ol! tl P ul that hi ■ ; 1 father, th Commitments for both of the Lists were I'ordingly issued by the Cor« without bail, to 1 er. , ho'd ing them for »! the charge of Attorney-General Gray while the testimony q'lHstioned tbe witnesses. Th«» remains mt i beiug takeu buried from bis Delà pier's borne Adams street avenue Tuesday afternoon, the b Long lief cortege to le people Hooked about tbe funeral bouse, almost completely blookiug up the street. The majority <»f those in attendance were women, who curiosity. The body forth« funeral the house crowds ol present merely out of enclosed in a richly mounted walnut casket,and dad in black cloth. At the head d foot of tho casket haudsome lierai offerings aud a bunch of blossoms rested iu the dead baud. The removed, exposing tbe body to view. very life-like and of the casket The features natural, aud the gaping wound in ihe loft eye, through which the death deal ing leaden missile passed was not wholly concealed. Crowds filed past the casket and viewed the body. Services were conducted at the house by the Rev. W. L. S. Murray, pastor of Asbury M. K. Churoh, who opened with a brief prayer. The congrega tion sang a funeral hymn, after which Mr. Murray made a few markB touohing upou the death of the deceased he stated that the sad fate of George Taylor should be a warning to all young men. He denounced the prac tice of oarrying deadly weapons, and attributed the death of the deceased to it. He oompared the grief of the family aud friends of the that of David at the death of Absalom. His remarks brought tears to the eyes of nearly all in attendance. At ? o'clock the remains were transferred to the hearse and taken to Mt. Salem cemetery where after brief services, in terment took plaoe.' to circular describing Allen's Brain Food, the most reliable remedy for Nervous ness, Netvous Debility, Ac. Address, Allen's Pharmacy, 315 First Ave, N. \\ I DE A' OE CHARLES A. M URP1IY. A Well-known Noted Stock Kaiser— Nketeh of If is litre. Wilmington Ian— Charles A. Murphy,formerly a resident of tills oity, latterly residing in Balti more, died at Appleton, Cecil oouuty, Md., Monday, of general debility. The decease.! a native of this city, butchering for nooiat d with his father carried upward of 20 years. Afte ing himself with Patrick Monaghau he continued in the business about 25 years. The firm were the leading butchers in the oity for several years,and killed large numbers of sheep. Dnriug the Murphy removed to Washington, D. C , and with Thomas Woodward, also e resident of Wilmington who afterward committed suicide, engaged .u the livery basilicas. lie bought Woodward ont and made a great deal of money. Cl. bis business a few years ago V. paichased a farm u'. A )»'.*•. oountv, Maryland, a short distai: Newark, and arrang.... ing. The place was splendidly appointt-d for the business, and excel lentlv . Daring iiiB several years residence here, a geuuiue euthn finy horses, raised a number of I Mr. g out Murphy teoil b 1 . f'uuk 1 ai.' ked Mr. Murphy who fa il tters. An iuoideut is related by tormer acquaintances whioh iu oouueotion with his of hiß 00 k farm will prove of interest: Rarey, tl e horse trainer, after wiuning considerable celebrity by taming the vioions stallion, Cruiser, and driving him without a bridle through the streets of Londou came to this country and gave instruction iu his calling. Mr. Murphy the owner of vioiuus horse unmanageable, d to test Rarey auimal to him in Philadelphia. In a week returned to Its owner pro fessedly conquered. Its vicious habits, howe the the auitu&l orooped out again and unmanageable at first.Mr. Murphy iu epeaklugof Rarey, after, told a friend if he could put the tamer and the horse iu a field »ogeth horse tamer the horse was there would be leBS the country. Rarey, hear ing of this invited Mr. Murphy to to him iu Philadelphia the horse. Tlie invitatio a short time the animal conquered and became perfectly docile and trautible. Before where the horse tamer hibition the animal aud bring the accepted large audit giving put through its paces as directed by the tamer. Mr. Murphy was preseut and made a brief addreas to the audience, pronouncing the mastery of the vicious brute alike, o plete and wonderful. Latterly in life the deceased bas b unfortunate in business affairs and big fine farm passed into the possession ot Patrick Monaghan. He lias for time been engaged in the stock ootnmia sion business aud located at Baltimore. Mr, Murphy was about 60 years of age aud leaves a wife aud lour children. He a liberal contributor to the Catholic church aud donated a considerable to the old ohuruh at Newark, iu the place of whioh a new edifice is building. The remains were be interred at the old Catholic cemetery Tuesday afternoon from the residence of Patrick Monaghan, No. 502 Orange street. JtlSHOU BECKER'S VISIT AltltOA A Kuin.tr That II« 1 A rcliitisliop. A press dispatch from Baltimore says it is generally understood iu Catholic ciroles iu Baltimore tuat when Bishop Becker of this oity reaches Rome he will have been elected to the ecclesiastical rank of an archbishop, aud will take part iu the deliberations of the confer oalled by the Pope. Father Fallon told a representative of tbe Journal Monday morning that he had not heard of Bishop Becker being created archbishop before he read the dis patch, aud he did not think the Bishop knew anything about it. While abroad Bishop Becker strictly private business, not at all pertab ing to tLe church It is true that an archbishop of Phila delphia and several other archbishops to be appointed, but who will receive the appointments will probably be not de known before tbe first of January . It is not known who will receive th« bishoprioy of this diocese in the »ut of Bishop Beoker being made archbiehop. It may b« Home person trorn this vicinity or it may be some oue from another section of tbe country. BÜRO LAltS AT CL A Y MONT. I»« Created will visit Germany aud It von IlrfiiNo Io Steal Trt e KoI «I Tali«» PuhcIkmI Coin. The house of Robert Casey, Jr., Claymont was entered by burglars be tween 5 aud 7.30 Sunday about $100 in old aud punched coin ami shinplasters taken. The family were ab sent from home between the hours iu which the burglary was committed. The thieves climbed to an cutahed kitchen and broke through a secoud story window. Gaining entrance to tlie house aud store they ransacked through rything. From the store they took a quantity of cigarH, aud from tbe hou» e the money. About 80 trade dollars which kept near the money that was taken not disturbed. It is evident that the family returned home before the burglars had expected, d lied without taking aloug the goods they had collected with presumably that purpose iu view. : r Rail St »r'N Manipcdc. An ly steer, route to the slaughter house, created a great, deal of oiteuient in the vicinity of Third and King streets Monday moruiug, bv its mad manoeuvres. The bovine objected to d all attempts to ke»»p « futile, d L »iiibard being dri it iu the course desired . At Fourth for fi ho A letter box p d it charged fiercely up teption i very cordial, and the b atteutic oked th» dual's ire the object. Its th i t divided its I). terrifying d chasing Inquisitive boys. By timid way of a ok auge under a freight R.R. freight depot, but the attempt falinrejtlie auimal got last time before it : the I'., W & l>. d it. mated. A rope w its b mud a hind leg, the eventual ly throw with auotb auimal was conquered fully and cow like to the butcher nhop. d d driven peace Sli i|»in. > iil Five superior narrow gauge passenger shipp**i by th»* liariau «S« Hollingsworth Company to tlm B»»nth lroad Moudav. They an* tin Florida isbeil jiu ehe mings, with mahogany trim d the pan« «1 v ed. •lach o us a ualo .1 lavatory iu the centi « by solid bnlkln ads iu order \ for a smoking are painted York C railroad standard e but slightly ornamented of the shades. i •f the c •y be tu Tim i-xt tl mi compartment, in what is kuo tral & Hud owing to the lightne the N Riv< .1 About 4 o'clock thief attempted yard uf I. D. Phillips, No. 505 Shipley street. Mr. Phillips kitol Saturday morning a steal a fowl from the his be beard the chicken squall and thief climbing the chicken under his hotly that the into a out in time to see the er the back fence with . He gave the thief and pursued him with the fowl Hire ighlor'a yard aud outran bis pursuer. The chicken has siuce refused to roost in its bouse, pre feriug aud using a higher and more secure perch on th« top of a porch. it tlie Razor. Little Henry, the bootblack, arrested on Satnrday night charge. While in a fight Saturday night with John McElwee, a morocco ahaver, living at No. 304 Harrison street, Henry, with a razor, severed tlie leaders aud opened the wrist joint of MoKlwee's right hand. Dr. Carrow attended to MeElwee's injuries,aud Henry says he only did it iu self defense. serious A Station A Iir«*. As the 6 o'clock mixed Castle passed Delaware Junction Tnesday morning the platform of the station to be ablaze. The train •i the fire put out by tbe for N«w Stopped aud hacked trainmen. This semi-abandoned station is a resort for tramps,although none we about there at the time of the fire. Damage« Anarue. Victor DuPont, Esq. awarded $8,000 by the commission ap pointed to assess damages for the passage of the Delaware railroad, freight branch, through two and a half aores of town lots of his in the limits of New Castle. Monday LEVY COURT. Forsythe Hxoneratcd — Trei Herbert's It.-port A| Levy Court c »priai I mi at the court house Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock, with President Sballoross in the chair. Col. Febiger said that William II. d had Moore was preset) ake again-t Mr Forsythe, bridge tender of Market str««t bri.lg that be be heard The -V» led spent in listening d Forsythe's do recent I v M mr ■ A half to Moore's c f ense. ho plaint It sec tlie bridge iu to Forsythe's command th Iro direct opposition stopped. f r igb 1 «n«d ami broke d The hors.* be. the !. gation by the oo court it. w e tl - il • ..4ti derided *o e 1 .- Mr. Forsythe from all 1 >t-.*• Th ijiiuty collecter submitted the fol icolb eti d by tlie low iiu f « ■ P' variou . - •llecte J; rly, Br.imlywiun..., . »ll.flö les M. N •li Baker, Mil am It. M:u-lav J. I WIH •k • I •y Wniiit J J. foil' t. Kc 1 11 rt. b. Naudalu A 1 N7.V.II <P . N. Higgins, Bla«; The following amounts we collected : reported Mill eck. O N. HrlRh W. Wilson, 1 . K llaulny. .1. J. Ton el. N Patrick N It. N iliir P 51 u'i Castm..... .y, N. Wilmingt gins. Blackbird... . J. T Dickey, f. N. Nowlin H. Wilmington. , Christian* . W. 11. Mackey, White Clay Creek.... 1,2U0. The treasurer also reported that tlie amounts collected up to date thousand dollars less than last year. The following amounts priated : $ ueath the bridge over Duck Creek, Black bird hundred ; $ 1,000 to repair a bridge iu White Clay Creek hundred. Messrs. Mackey, Ham .11 and SharpleHs appointed a o nuuittee to bridge iu White Clay Creek hundred and decide whatever alterations should be de. At 12 o'clock the court adjourned until Tuesday, October 8 U 1 . lu, era! appro eok from be the ■A'CCESSFI L A t'l'1.1 VA N TS. KCNIllt 1 the I. vi ■niimlioi Held Uy tlie Koui-d ol' I'liurnmey l.ast Friday The examination of candidates qualified assistauts iu drug stores, held Friday last by tbe ütate Board of of the board of Pharmacy in the n Education, resulted in the following ap plioants being admitted : J. A. Atiier , with Dr. DoBiUt.t of Seveutl South streets, Philadelphia , J G. Brag don, witli K. G. Jay, Newark ; J. W. Birnie, with Brnith Cooper, Bcveuth Jc fie I *ets ; J. B. Cartmell, witl E. T. Dillworth, Second aud Madim streets ; <>. B. Deakyne, with B. F. Ware, Fifth und King Btreets ; F. H. Davis, with William B. Nock, Camden ; G A. Kuuis, with Brown & Tomline-m, b.xth aud Waluut Btreets ; N. o. Harris, with the Royal Medioin« Company, Ninth and Orange streets: J. K. Stamp, with W. C R. Colqohouu, Delaware avenue and Du Pont street ; G. Steiuiokeu, with .Fame» M. Grilliu, No. 636 West Fourth Btreet ; Hugh Baker, with Thomas C. Roe, Do Another examination will be held i this city iu two mouths aud the dates who failed to pass have another chance. An examination will also be held at Dover November 1st. di Friday ill or about Several of the best physicians iu the city stat« that the examinations exceedingly bard aud indeed that the applicants who passed qualified assistants. Niuety-three drug registered with the B gists of Pharmacy, leaving only State unregistered. in the WILMI.S tn ! EUS. llo o VON Won els lliiilf ln I or llic SI lM ('ll) 400 vessels of various kinds built by thu three leading pauies in this city but uiue Iihvh b overtaken by misfortune. The Harlan à Hollingsworth Company has constructed all 205 vessels'. (»I thus« but six have been lost, aB folio Ashland, lo~t during the pion, lost at soa ; Salvador, burned ;kpd ; J. R. Spaulding and Josephine, iu oyolonea ; Iron Age, burned port. Since the establishment of the Jackson & Sharp Company in 1870, 87 seiH have yards. Not a single vess either been Kh Unt of d lost at a South A meric been launched from Its «1 built by the t or destroyed at sea. The first Vessel built by the company h still in service aud h u r cap tain stated to the president of the 00 pany,* ily,tnat Le would hat she cost originally, sels have be lot sell her Seve i. launched tb« o< pauy's yards during the present year. Tlie Posey & Jc .-hod Company has 100 vessels since the estab lishment of its shipyards, aud out of this number only three have be cf these, a I lost. One ashore aud id the other two, river er« venturesome, went The vessels shown said by ship builders all per ceutage. -goiug crait, steamers, w< d never returned, to have been lost, to be 1 usually l.l TI.R Ml c Mi I.arucr 1 »I|M>h. Numerous complaints of lato have been made regarding the light supply of • furnished by the department in Chief Engineer Coyle, who has been at work laying larger mains in several localities, that he finds that by increasing the size of the mains or feeder pipes the supply is made full and strong. Wher ever the complaints have been made a lack of water, lie attributes it size of the pipes used. He six inch pipes wl secrior several sections of tin the es chiefly putting mains in a i»« a g real deal of . 1 , instead of four inch pipe th« where th s« of which heretofore, he cays, have general. on the Rodney street reservoir he flier he I will shortly feed y laid, aud by » keep the supply Delaw >« i Itn tb •bring this he hopes full i the upper part o liier« has of late bee he iplaiut of »scarcity. At present th« chief engineer thinks the water is drawn off by the people living iu Forty Acres low in the pipes that it lias n< t head pans of Delaware d til i enough light supply Byiu Mth . of the f«» der he ■easing the capa. links Ih« head a full supply c be furnished. . 1 T El ■»«>! IIM'lll A Kill II i;«*fUN«*<l. Wat«r Commissioner L»»wis J'ayuter, ox-Chiel Engineer of the Water Deiart ui»«»i 11 11. Mclntire and Charles J. Kyle, r llioc, made » formal demand upon Chief Kngiueer Coyl« f, of Chief Kugi Mr. Kyle sessi. Commissio demand, Departme In response Mr. Coyle stated that hn «lid not recognize any Water Commission, aud being under bonds to perform Uie duties of Chief Eugiueer of tlie depart ment, l»e did not propose vacating the position until released by tb« Mayor aud City Council. The visitors after listen ing to the reply departed. The formal demand of Tuesday is but a step or a point m the action which the Wat-r Commission intend taking btfo the Bupwrior Court, for the possession of the office aud Water Department, to which it is entitled by au act of tho I eg islature. in CH« r Turner's possessiou ot the olli Tuesday afternoon, d a formal detuad for pos of the olli: « in behalf of tli« Water . aud Mr. Mdutire made a Chief Engineer of the Water Del ou » -<> (1 A tabulated statement of the receipts and expenses and the average coat of col lecting $1 of revenue iu all of the customs districts of the United States for the fieoal year ending June 30th, 1S83, has been prepared at the Treasury D«.part ment. F that $216,780,869 of $6,422,127. Iu 29 of the 130 districts the cost of collecting $1 dollar, and in 30 of them it 10 cents. The receipts of Wilmington $33,099, and the oost of collecting this statement it appears collected at a cost less than $9,228. A l.urc N«'liooner. The Jackson «Sc Bharp Company baa contracted with Lemuel Jarvis, of Bristol, Pa., to build a three-masted 800-tous schooner, 130 feet keel, 34 feet beam and 14$ feet hold. The vessel, intended for a coaster, is to be ready for service in May next. FROST. The Present t old Nnap Npurcs Most or the Peninsula. In answer to telegraph! from this offiuH the Journal has oeived the following speolal dispatches from various correspondent« praotiually g the whole Peninsula. N. H —Th. re h G KO I frost ne re. it :a r» be* ALL RIGHT. Ca» oui ug larme have bad nr io k, Md . B p elicits the In frost iu this county this L'e to damage. . SUSSEX 11 —Irqu'ry . t nigh', but the perceptible frost, ed fro tb jh. A north is prevailing. The frost has •bibly injured tomatoes slightly m id the work of boa l erie-; may be somewhat ab< o thee Kl.KTON.MD.Sqit. 11 t iis rog ed - ms. queues. The ixijnrj 1 , if any, is very slight. Dover, Sept 11.—There here ttiis morning, and there has been to do harm this season. fc froit na, Sept. 11.—We have Lad a slight frost, but • lone. damage has been in hoben Centrbvillb, Md , Sept. 11.—Several slight frosts have fallen here, but have proved of little damage to fruits and cereals. IS COUNTY. Middletown, Sept. II.—The frost did — damage iu this neighborhood. The large crops of tomatoes raided for the canneries suffer most. new inf. Dover »' Creek <0 Have Kiel. le N< o 1 M MlRiCla Dover, Sept . 12 —A t .0 build a large tug to ply be Draper's Lauding, tb's place, and i Philadelphia. Bubsoriptions soliciting shares, and already $ 6,000 have been subscribed. Tbe stock per shöre ie $100. The amount to be raised before the subscription books will be dosed will be between $16,000 and $17,000. The whole amount will raised. The moneyd creek be all along the taking hold of the enterprise, it will be a believing that in a few ye paying iostitntiou. The tug is to be built by Captain Deputy, aud will hav« a length of 105 feet iu keel 23 feet. 1 a beam of Wheu built she ing passengers and freight Pb« will stop principal wharves along the route, and the creek runs through a wheat growing aeethn she will always go well loaded to the oity. Bhe will be ready for use by May. It is the inteution of tie « pany to have several of the points aloug tlie creek out off thus shortening the distante to the mouth by several miles, aud the chaunel wherever needed deep ened aud widened. Captai u Draper, who is the father of the enterprise, will make considerable improvement around his wharf. He will extra channel on the east Bid« of the wharf about 200 feet long for the vessel to lie in while she is being loaded. Improvements, however, constantly going on at the lauding. The work of building will soon be begun. Captain Deputy, the builder, has already de her model. ill he used for carry and from all the Philadelphia. 11 SuUu-ili»)'—A Victory for tlie II Easton. Bept. 10.—A match game of base ball afternoon between the Bt. Michael's and Easton Base Ball Clubs, the game result ing in favor of tbe Easton by a score of 26 to 13. The played here Saturday Mason, '2b.. Levering, f Todd, Sham 3 2 2 1 ; 1 u 1 f L Ji 3 l Clark. Hi Dittos. ::i ■1 i.: 1 1 2 Totals. I» lit. )*.«>. A. « 1 3 1 il). ■ Shockley, I ; *b 5 112 1 L'.tmhdm, I. f. 1 <• G. Th. 1 1 1 as,; Totals........ .4!l 13 7 24 St. Micheals.. 0 0 2 Eludons . 6 3 5 2 4 2 2 2 x—26 0 115 1—13 Two huso hitH—Easton, 0. , 11 : St. Michaels, 9. I, f! —E Eastons, 2 ; St. Michaels, 1. Bases , 1 ; Thomas, 2. U of game—Quo Struck out balls Jo S. K. C Whitman. Ti minutes. ELK i < A Kasii KiUi IiJjiii K«»«*«l IItrue-A Krukcu I,«*g. Hr« 11»— K: .. . Mi»., Bept. 11.—The Delaware City and Elktou base hall clubs played yesterday afternoou on the grounds of the latter. As the score b-low shows the Klktou nine took the lead at the begiu • iug, the Delaware boys tiring unable "get on to" M.-Cuilongh's pitching. The game unhappily ; -, inning ot the eight'inning, when the Klktou uiue wa-» at riie hat. are City club mad« th«» c broken up tbe The (Hoher balk, of McCullough's npire of the Dei which getting caught at secoud. The refused to call a balk and decided the The captain uf the Elktou nine strongly objected to the decish refused to go on with tbe game, members of the nine with the exception of the captain wished to continue with tlie game, being in the lead with a strong chance of winning. George N. Wright of Delaware City umpired the game. The The following Elkto by iuuiugs: 4 0 3 12 1 — «.» Tim law prohibiting the (daughter of rail birds expired yesterday. Th« spo 1 that day owing to there not the gunner shes with tb*ir skifis. John Miller, a Philadelphian, while gunning on the marsh yesterday, caught his leg in a muskrat ho!« fracturing the limb at the auk!«. is the see . 1 3 »city. 3 I" de enough to alio bo «WS« the OIII«'III! 4' Hpnrial c. ( lle, Bept. 10.—Lemuel Dun brace aud William Rolph.two . onrt house officials, engaged in a quarrel last Canes iofi. ed freely for a few minutes and the combatants showered with well directed blows. In the brief uielee, Mr. Ralph received a rather inartistic deooratiou and a cut eye. Mr. Dunl was fortunate, and came out without a mark scratch ou his face. A Tut i I lord. Special »'orr Mii.foku Sept.K.—The schooner Charles ccessfnHv launched this C. Lister afternoon at 2.45 o'clock from Simpler & Reville's vard. She is owned by Gove Hall and named for his grand length. 117 feet ; depth of hold, 9$ . Her dimensions feet ; 1» feet. tr ('ailed. Milf of this place, to day gave the Rev. Dr. Haywood of Wyoming, a call to the pas torate of the church. , Bept.10.—'Tlie Baptist Church e All lance. The Rev. J. B. Quigg sends the follow ing to the Journal: A meeting of tbe Delaware Star« Temperance Alliance will be held in Middletown, Tuesday, Ootober 16th. All ohnrohes,temperance sooletles, Sunday schools, colleges and academies, invited to send delegates. By order of the executive committee." The Temper a Sheep Killed toy «lieCare. . south-bound train into a flock of the road The 6.25 p. the Delaware railroad sheep that bed between Forrest station and Green Spring Monda; night, and killed eight of them. grazing THE P ATE FAIR. Entries for the Knees—The FI lei Dover. Biwelal D JR, Sept 11.—The ■ Irin* for the teH dosed last night, and State fair follows : Tuesday, Sept 2.20 das-—Puree *3iirt-S. K Clark, Jr, Amber Park, J K »halts ; Rob Jack, Philadelphia, hr S. Kennedy, Philadelphia, b Flower 2 r> Mollie Mack ; May The 2.50 class—Josiah Avery, s ; Charles si Pratt, i, Florence Ut" % J v.-kson Bryant, b g John L; M. D«K. Smith, Young Smuggler; R*n .lot. Delaware HT; Charles II. Smith, s Belle AI mon; : .1 Berge; M. Ryan, b Magiunis, b g Charley L ; Ai ■ ru Minnie B : M M.-N m».*r a Mue; S. K nm-dy, g Sauds, b Maggie H Special rcow— Ab ll-no nts. " W. P-c -tviiia... Th -a I); M. II. Davis, g g Hsu ; J. G L-wis, b m Susie S : Ai W. <J. Hebne Vdlon-a; A Pr . b h Tompleville ; A Ja'iue. Wkdnk; DAY, RriTKM The 2 37 class—G-orge 8 Atme M-din'ii ; Ki B 11 I 0 v ll.v.viM; W. C. France bg Alben France ; S K. Clark, c in Oarena ; M M. Naraara, Mamie Kiernau ; W. A. Cleaver, Alice Addison ; AI, J. Imish, b m Nettie W. ; Ch. II Smith, b g Oliver F. Running race— W. F. Boughman, Big nal; William West, Mother Roui; W Del'ny, King Kal; C. Mack, Harry Sozeuburg, lluuliugton; McNamara,Fearless; W.J. Mo C. Mack, —— ; A. Meeker, -; N. J. Stuart, Nobby; S. B. Ford, bgP The 3 minute race—George Johnson, b g Fraud ; Josiah Avery, e, m Beryl ; A. Ackermau, s m Sorrel Emma ; J. S. Ford, b g Jumbo; M. McNamara, Florence Mac; S. Kenuedy, g m Bertha; Jackson Bn I) g John L ; C. H. Smith, Almont. Belle kh 27. The 2.25 class— R. Martin, b driver; J. E Turner, p g Dick Organ; G. Scattergood, p m Lizzie M ; Gns Wilson, n m Lady Lear ; John II. Phillips, s g Stonewall ; R. J. M S. R. Clark, Ike Shu'tz. The 2 45 class—George Senior, g Alice Medium ; Josiah Avery, s in Beryl ; Blossom ; Amasa Pratt, Mamie B.; J. K. Phillips, b K.; N. McNamara, Mamie Kiernau ; M. DeK. Smith, b s Young Smuggler ; C. H. Smith, b g Oliver F.; John Sauds, b Maggie S. A road wagon race— M. F. Bough b m Oweua; A. W. Pretty man, Thomas D.; M. 11. Davis, b g Ben; J. (i. Lewis, b ui Susie S.; G. H (hi Little Harry; Amasa Pratt, b s T May ; M. Ryon, b Rachel » K iple ville; W. T. Uorsey.bg Underwood; J. B. Ford, b g Jumbo; M. McNaeni Florence Mac; J. S. W. Nowell, h m A Golden; Bon Johnson, b m Delaware Girl; S. J. Bmith, b m Nettie W. Friday, Bkutk: br 28. The 2.40 class—George Johnson, b g Fraud ; George Beuior, b m Alice Medium ; Josiah Avery b Beryl ; George Meginnls, b g Charley L ; B. B. Clark, 0 ><vena; M MoN* , Mamie Kiernau ; R. Mai tin, b g Screwdriver; C. H. Smith, b g Oliver F. Tbe 2.33 class—Ed Bailey, b g I ile wild , Rob Jack, b A. Cleaver, b Reyart, s Mambriuo Hassen. Running race— W. F. Boughman, b g Signal; William West, Jr., n m M »Hie g King Koe; ; II. Luzenberry, --—; M. McNamara, -; W. J. Meeker, Mollie Mac ; W. Alice Addison ; . Boud; William D. Pugh. F. C. Mack, ; C. Mack, ! A. ; B. B. Ford, b g Peerless. Tl « YolkMfc» Everything indicates that Monday's parade of the trades in the Volksfest of the tineBt processiou will be representations of Wilmington's i dustries shown iu this city. The of parade h following decided upon : French to Frout,to Market, to Eleventh, to King, to Ninth,to French, to Fourth, to Orange, to Eighth, to West, to Delaware avenue, to Pennsyl vania avenue, to the park. The pro oession will enter the park, through a wide gateway and will be solidly massed in front of the judge's stand. The German Sæugerbund will open the inging onies ith d Beiiator address, l'resi Bayard will follow'in deut Freye will theu declare the feat opened, and the parade will disperse. Tic« < i»iit»iic Special Cj Salisuury,MD.,S ept. 12.—Tbe Wicomico County Republican Convention met here yesterday and eleoted the following ticket : State Senator, A. J. Beuj Hou^o of Delegates, A. F. Turner, T. H. William-, L. B Price ; Co «-ro, E. U. Parsons, B. B. Posey, B. P. Grainor, Samuel J. Conurody, Samuel J. Cooper ; Orphans' Court, James W. Bradley, A. M. Goalee, J bu T Wim brougb: Sheriff. W. L. Lankford ; Sur veyor, S. E. Foekey ; Members of the State Central Committee, S. A. Grab L. B. Price, S 3'. Houston, T. J Walter; Delegates Forkey, Dr. W. A. Graham. Henry Du laney, Thomas Elsey. ty Commis State Convention. D» II. The Mary laud A Atlantic K. K. Journal. Denton, Bept. 12.— Je who represents the Maryland & Atlantio Railroad Company and John S. Mapes geueral superintendent and chief e- gi in Denton yesterday looking alter the interests of the road. The itn mediate object of their visit (table crossing of the Choptan place. Mr. Bradley said thee of the day, Its completion ecription will be received by Urn company. Bradley, locate a at thi« -i f >nld be begun at early practicable. Altei Denton local stock sub id Tl <•<• TI«!»» in Kuncli«*. DyJMpectai VV Denver, Col., Sept. 12 —Detail- *>f a bloody affray Sunday •lie, iu Klbert county, iu which eight boys took part, b e. Two of them, named Ross it er and , fought in Me Lai just ached Il McKee mg at each other like tigers, while oompLuion« flourished ed i encouragement. While the orgie w its bight the oil lamp aud iu darkness the eral. The do s knock» e gen s locked, aud nothing d a fnsi lade could be heard but curs of pistols. Whe Rosslter the affray is fouud dead, two ti weltering iu their blood, and >und«d, at least fatally. Rollins and M' not injured, fiel, api rubended. * three others Ke«v«r, th« only d I beta A No »«•Klim Kill I«» l.o Nr York, Bept. 12. —The steamship arrived here to-day from "September 7th, lat , l'avonia, whioh Liverpool, repo 44 30, long., 44 10, sight*d tho st Llandoff City, Br., from Ne Bristol, living signals, wished to be re lieved of 15 distressed from the Norwegian barque Coriolan.from Nev 7 York for Havre, which doued in sinking condition the 2d Inst., iu lat., 40.15, long., 65.19. Took them brought them to port." York for en picked up board and proceeded aud IlciMlrtckN oil Til«l«*n. »nupatch by BDeciai Wires Council Bluffs, Iowa, Bept. 12—Gov. Usndricks of Indiana addressed several thousand people here yesterday in the interest of the democracy of the State. He spoke at length on tbe tariff question, : national affairs generally aud on th« political issues iu Iowa. He denounced prohibition as a move to confiscate the property of brewers and liquor dealers aud argued that it would never prove operative. He said Mr. Tildeu is not a candidate for President, and he (Gov. Hendricks) did not think he wonld be. Th<* Old l>t>r«'ii«IcrN nine. Dispatch by Hpecui , Sept. 12.—Th« of Old Defenders met this morning City Hall and took carriages for Druid Hill Park, where they will celebrate the anniversary of the battle of North Point by the usual dinner. These participants William Batchelor, George Bose, James Marford, Nathaniel Watts, Samuel Jennings and Darius Wheeler. Colonel Elijah Stanslmry and Asbury Jarrett absent because of the infirmities of age. Secret Sool«* « HSoclatcU Ur Baitim* dation the NiurprlM(>d. Aqram, Sept. 12.— The police have seoret societies here whioh surprised have bee n endeavoring to divert riots against the Jews. Several officers of the societies have been arrested. DO 1ER , pe ïîal Correspondence of ! I Journal. Dove a, Sept. 10.—John Bouhine, one of tue m horse and r»age belonging to George Holmes of Mil ford ab nit two weeks ago, had hie bear lug to-day before ' 8 qnl to ball in the who stole J. dtor,who held of $300 for his the fall te Ui-' accomplice, whose de known by the officers, h arrested, but i e.l that the offio in of co e is not vet HppMsrai rrespondent inf. his track. Mins Mamie Culbretb Cnlbrcth, Jr., left here this Retinol ; the f near vil , d Thomas O orning for er to Mount do Sales. I lb- latter to Mount tv, Md. .1 .. Haiti am D K. irtoM and family b ui to Nuu,:ira E-.lId ili be home this week )d Maginnes tried iticii, i JosbuA Parker to get up a lieg lit, Ml.- « H. T| 1H re interept, in tl e call itig 8 to elect delegat-s «tin h lift! • id the meet h poorly at i'e. Su-I. » th. t 'be Ol litt: iderstood by the colored v and Jailing to s*-.e a-jy profit in Ueuiselveg lb-y not snllioiently ellfare o Paik*r ^ Co , to loose a day's work d participate them. It is •sted i the to town proceedings entirely said that Joshua's intention a delegation iu hia that to get interest oould go armed to Louisville and light with Fred DoUglasn party. As lie the leadership iu the lie is ambitious, and possessing telligenoe, should he have contended for the leadership his weired brethren would undoubtedly have felt his strength. In this oouuty be has but to speak and he obeyed. His influence among his >ie is great. lie is very good at organ izing, au.l getting the negroes iu a good workiug o.-der, but somehow he failed to with the importance of d Magiunis to Louisville. impress tl ding him NEW CASTLE. New Castle, Sept. 6 .—It is rumored here tint Chief Engineer Fisher of the National Dredging Company, will ret-ign his place because of unpleasantness with other official. The Trustees of the Commons have in structed the Fir« Committee to sell New Castle's fire engine. It is thought the committee will p Water Witch Fi Some of the citizens •base the Wilmington Company's engine, of the opinion s unnecessary tb a ste th« fact that the water power here great. Ki fro the prisoners in jail 1 . awaitiug trial at the term of court be September 17th : Henry Trusty, Joseph J. Cook aud George , for burglary at a canning house; Benjamin Morris, for house breaking, arieny and assault; James Gordon, for attempt at house breaking; U. Milbonrne' A. Wootenbury, William Bayley and Miohael Dougherty, for assault and bat ; ~ry with intent to kill, William H. violent assault and battery; William Mc-Guid«, Lewis Pyle, William M -Grand, Jacob Johnson, John Augustus .Urnes, Mary Ö. Raymond, William Moice, Willi Jam-, s Wilsou, Lewis Adams, Ham A Adams, Theodore William Morris, Ella Morris and James Mat eer 1 pi» R . F Brown, James Multen, Wil Giliba, i larceny ; William Dennison ying ealed deadly weapons; Harry For riugton and Richard Spittal for homicide. robbery ; William Carroll lor MIDDLETOWN. 1 ilc >\vn. Sept. 10. — "Oue week and the fair begins," is the olamation of intending exhibitors, hotel, id Inardiug-honse keepers. The greater part of this week will be required to put things in shape ou the grounds. It all do and exhibit what they now say, there will be a fair exhibition this fall. The cretary will be greatly obliged to exhibitors if they will call on him this week and make known their exhibits, and receive tags aud tickets for tbe This will avoid much trouble on Monday next. J. W. Hayes is to do the hauling of exhibits from tbe htariou, aud Colonel Kates is to feed the people. Oue merchant In Middletown has offered of money if the other ■. give a dealers and town commissioners will propriate the remainder streets sprinkled during the fair. Last Monday morning a petition put iu circulation hero by the clerks ask ing their respective employers to close their places of business at 7 o'clock in eveni- g except Saturday and then at 10 o'clock, from the let of November 1st of April. This request ceived and ap have II well signed by all exoept dealer iu Middletown by Tuesday evening. 2 NEWARK. NEWARK. Newark, Bept. 11.—Paul Gillis of , hr.s the contract for graveling of the "Depot Roai." lias been i Ogleto This piece ot read wretched condition for time past, and as it is the most veled road hereabouts it is a most needed improvement. He commenced work last week. There were 3,175 tickets sold at the P., W. & B. station last month. Th« P. & B railroad contractors about here are bringing negroes lrom the South Contractor «crions begiumug and his tone. Btation •rk on the new railroad to Gray, who has th at No. 20, has about 200 Itali Virginia negroes master Bbiveler is building a large v servalory at tim I*., W. & B. station for hia use. He will sell his plants in Fhila t. TO IT A . Gkur.ik'i -»wn, Sept. 7. —Business in tbe Court d C rt ot Cl th * concluded yesterday, «r R. Bn is Hu a. Mye B. V a« IIa w as argu«d length aud the "hi «•filer will he Tl»« oth«r busiue after. of the •i >urt consisted principally i sales, petitions ivisious ot estates if de •.nd the like. Governor Btockhy has recently ap pointed J. hn M. llawlius, the newly of the l»auk her«*, notary 11 v for the bank. .*l.*»;te,I tell public sp Kx Dept Dr. J..1 Slieritt Saulsbury ha» 1 Market duelling n W. Msssick is improving his o e street with a the if, iiikI U hnl. Halifax, N B., c ept 10.—The barque Chapman of Hrahiestad, Ftnelaud, whioh put in 1 ere la-t eveniug while ou her »vag« lrom Pensacola to Amsterd ports a terrible experience. The vessel sailed from Pensacola July 30th, with a «•arg.» of pitch pin« timber. On tho 2Stb of August stormy weather set in 1 tli« following day the wind sed In tury, blowing a gale fro »■ast southeast nearly all dav. Iu the evening it had become a hurricane and a running, frequently the barque' «mandons sea washing which, with all attached to it th*» knij.'hthead bowsprit ied id shortly after th« fore , break ing off seveti feet from the deck. Tue main top gallant mast wont and tho gear got under the ship's bottom, but away. The bulwarks on th« port side and one boat were smashed. The top gallant vsrd was rigged for a jury mast aud the baiqne arrived off Halifax on Saturday and was taken in tow by a steam mg yesterday. Tli«> SI ut «lie .water. 1.E« Eft, Sept. 12.—A strong northeast wind has been blowing here since 11 Monday the wind reaching the highest point of severity yesterday when it blew at the rate of 45 miles P* hour. About 10 o'clock last night there \vt ftigus of abatement, but it only a temporary lull iu a severe storm and the wind oontinnes to-day. No apparent damage has been done to the large fleet that has takeu refuge in^the harbor. A heavy fall of rain has accompanied the wind to-day. FI llonio.4 U rapes. Thomas Doherty, florist and garduer of Eighth and Claymont streets, sent to the Jour? office yesterday morning remarkably handsome hot-house grapes, purple and white, grown green variety was dozen ordinary bunches, and the berries remarkable for perfeotion, and a sweetness far surpassing that of imported grapes. ):! . One bunoh of the white at least half a large MARKET yUOTATl ONS. Wllnlntrtom Markets. Produce markets corrected dally by Hraeltx A Co., wholesale commission merchant», No. 13 East Fourth street; ami breadatntfs l»y The villiam Ii«a A Non Co. RRBAORTUFFB. Whole sale William l Patent fl< * HOD'S per ba -'ll flou F. b F. Extra Holler flour tat K. Extra Koller Qr Koller 7.UD P I 6.5C ^trkwood K i-.'i Family fi< IP I €.76 'ï-û.l Ei Hour Fancy Table meal, wl i.Ahhl.1* Fancy Table meal, yell Mldd'lrigs per 22. UU Host Ships '-'run per t On thus. I * 11 I-.. , : 00 f ! B 0 - Hcreenings i 1 rib cl. Prime dry yellow Lift he Kutai! " mr.yt lolcsa'e 1 * T..< 110.lVal2.00 tali .ooa 1 2 1.10 •thy » " i m Ulcer hides, green Bull hides, Half hides, green Rough fat. Tallow. shod Lamb skin t'hoarlinge. Un lb 3i) Beer. ■E ft. ...I 21 la * .. Iba 2 h ... 25a 6 U ... 10 a 1 « g rth. ftouud... Hhin. Htewing j Porterlioi ' steak. .h. 20a 25 10a 15 J% ■: 1 Kionoys ai i' Tongi t I'egs. ■ Shot • 12 La :■ -quarter. Himi-quar Veal. Fillet. Loi Breast. Blowing pieces. Sweetbreads per pair 1 "v 11 18a 22 2 2 na . Pork. 1 rs Breakfast bacon. Hausages. Bacon shoulders Baco . »- 2 % 15 14% U »12 IU 13 I Sugar « 1 shoulders shoulders..... 13 . 1 ' i V Dry salt sides 11 v 4 1 . Biuokei isausages l Ran sage.. 1 l»ork. Cattl 8 li. Flounders. Halibut.... Rock fish , .Salmon.... :-'h 20 12a 15 60 10 M ■ : k 15 White fish... ! ' r, gamr, i , pound 30 Butter, s Roll butter 23 24 25 Klgga, western.. Chickens (live). Ohio 22 i«a ' I' ..'"i 211 VEGETABLES. 2 a 0 76al.t 90» 81 Uaboage.. Reaches., '75 2 i'a 2 » 15a 20 Hweet potati Cranberries p Onions half pec Potatoe*. Apples. Bananas. Parsnips. 4.7 ■ 25 7oa 75 15a 30 h 10 a 12 Beets... la 2 Kale » delioi 1 . dish. Horse 4a 5 1 . Tomatoes.... Watermelons Htring l 15a ■ 35 85al5 8 a 10 ■ 15 50c Cjo ■. Egg Plant... Cantaloup 3 25a SI 80a 1 Tlilladelitlila market». r.Bsociated Tress Dispute apectal Win*. Flonr. Hi sylVanl» family! f5aö.25: So. 50a«. 15: M» straight. S Rye Hour. 83.50a3.75. Wheat, firm: Wo. 2 Western red. 81.13; sylvania, rod, . 83.75; .25; o and Indiana, clear, 85.5oab.; do. No.3 do. *1.«»!'%: No. 1 Pe II fair ley sier; sail vellow.«5a«tic.; cl. 0ia«5e.: No. 3 mixed, «2a« 3 t and easier; No. 1 white. ;i«%37c.; . 35%a36c.; No. 3 do., 34a34%c.: No. No. 2 üuïl.yalOc. Timothy, firm : 11. Flax, firmly held: 11.40. Fro 8I4aM 810 : I 2 mi (Jlo demand; beef: hums, 821a22; India oked shoulders. 7a72 oked hanis, 14%aH «ady, go pork, beef, pickled £af»%c.; loose sylvania d te choice,l' 2 ai5c. ' wanted ; Pennsylvania hi 13 k*} 1 *' ; city refined. pr id : We ; Western, g K| Wes .do. 21 c. New York full !»%c.; Û Cl « 1 « w kirns, 4a0o R ; do. full PemiHylv: sk in, firm ; refined, 8ak%c. Whisky, 81.20. Philadelphia MtochN. l&tetf Tress Dispatch by Special \v . (Sept. 12-noon 'bihulelphi; iy; ! .... ... Lehigh Valley, 1H2% ; Northern T -, i!»%: Ur' aoifio, 4« 1 entrai. 5 RuUalo. * ? Hchnvlkill, « 0 %. Co.'s of N. .1., do. pretermit, 71', : ; Lehigh Navigation. ; ( 'entrât Transpo: PhUa., '• 'LÎtt.lè ork of MarKctN. Associate* Très.-* insuatcn r>y » Kai; k. Sept. T2 tun, qniefc ; lid Flour.'sl'eadv^Ho d street . superfin-'. *3a brand«. 8*1:1" d Western, •ill, Patapsc. 83.25a3. do. e 84a5: do. i ;city mi » 8» d Rio llo. H 2 amily. Wheat, utl ' and .lull ; Weste I. (I. 81.12al.l 81.llal.17 No. 1 Maryland, II .l V,a d.spol, 5l.ll> H a it he . & \h .11 In l.l: lb , S.. IV, al. il.lK' 4 . KI .. douth Wostorn « a«*",i<\: hit«. 5!la«0< l spot «OH icr, liti^i asked ; Novo ami I yellow I : s..| , » 1 * 1 . Western wliito, *inRylvania,35a;(8o. »Ut.lt In, 16* Rye, quiet iy I y choice Maryland. $i Tennsylvs tin quirj; hJaSc. ; 1 I" r ' nV» auis, 15*4al«b d, l* » ' ' Wester id, Halte.: 'i-v. I ha« K»ct. fini Jle ot : refined,Ha^e. Uulfee, quiet; R •4*100. Sugar, quiet : A refined, in . steady ; I ' • »rg. >14^0 ky .18*1.18« Froigi» itton, 1 ltooeii' 'uiAV 1 "" 51, ■ I<1.: ' M. grain. : Ki, r. 60 . ■ bushels ; . m) bushels. , 87,» usliels ; rye bt »els; cc 18, .sales : Wheat usliols. i.Oüü bushels: c< Tori» narueis. th it*. sa uiHpaicn by special \v NEW IRK. Bc'|»t. 12.— Co firm: sales, middling 534 hales: infilling uplands. 1 , barrels : sales. 10.000 hi els: :H. heavy, iu « Htate, a shade lower do., 838! cy, uo. 80. 83. : choice do. 84.»« 75; superfine ;ood extra do. hiie West« I * do. 81.: !. dee .1 d< wmtueni, qnu xtra, 8t.2.»aö.3i ui iy d. 85.35a»' 0., fi IniHi k-ariablo : .fi •»ept" Inal ; N es. ) 81.14Sul ll '„ d. Heptciul bushels bushels do. November. SLlT'^a bushels do. December. $l.l!*. w a January, 81.22. opened Ho. lower, afterwards re trade quiet ; receipts, 120,775 810,000 bushels; mixed Western Fl , 81 i- 1 ». 1.181. ; 280, 1 . 0U0 bus ' acted bushels spot, 6oa64V£c.; do. future, *U L Oats, V£a*c lowo sales, !*o,ooo bushels; No. 2 »er, 36><a3fi/4c. : d 37%u; Htate. 37. üeef, dull, weak ; new extra Pork. «lull, heavy ; spot Lard.uua Rutter, Pennsylva Cheese, dull; lalO^f, j Eggs, Western fin Hrirlts of tar pen 1 ; Iple, 62,100 bushels; October, 35Via35ct*: o. Decomb , 17 «a alle.;. Western, 32a43. . 813. , 88 . 00 . ; Western, 8al3Wc.; ry,24a24%c;Htate,lt»a24i.%. .»or to clioico. 22a23X. , «lull, inj^c. New York. A.B*ncl*t*0 l'rees Dispatch by Special Wire. Nkw York, Kept. 12—noon—Htooks, quiet, firmer, money, 2a2>$; Virginia 8s, 3« bi.l ; Mis , 106 bid; cauton Co., 52>$asked; N. Y. Central A Hudson, 116 7 „; «ne, 31 >4; Adams, 131 ; Michigan Central. 82; Laxe (Shore, 102 ; Illinois Central, 128 ; Pittsburg, 133 ; Rock Island, 121%; Fort Wayne, 180k; ; Western Union, 81%; Wabash, 2114 ; New Jersey Central, 81 >4 ; Ontario and western, ■Tl-M'U* (Toeing; dnotatlOKM. The 3 o' market to-day, reoeived New York stock " the private wire Co., stock bro Elliott., Johnson i Market streets, we . Central A Hudson. 116% : Erie. N. Vt Blztfa N. , ioiJi4 ; c. Ohio a Miaslaelpp Lake Com.. 12«% : Pacific Mail, 32>*j Weateni Union e 81% 5 Milwaukee A Ht. Paul. (>•» Canada Southern. 63K ; Michigan Union Pacific »1% ; Central P Texas Pacific,2H% ; New Jersey Ceult M. SI Delaware, Lackawanna A Western. Delà« H m ■m : A Hudson. 1(M! ; Wabash \%x Wabash. Ht. L. A 1*.. , Ontario A I. C., 2%; Ohio tv New I . Mis . Kan Kir I ■ h;' Ville A Ht. Joseph Colo P • ..... Iron Phil* ■ Coal l.l r sylvanii Lehigh Valley, ; Buffalo, 'htladelphia (Jeu trat, 54 com. 40% ; Northen. Hestonvillo, 12; Hun R referred, 25 . Y.. Chicago A Chin ili-'h 2 ti ! . ■ Si A • 1 only. : !5 •lit •irket I. et, fair; Rellin •I . at. '1: I. P first quality ' • .. • : q> the s The >l< .11 •If. (1 'I* I. I « head •ip ip sheep "a --sln,-.-p. At. Bill iea .1 ; th •eio trie v .100 iy it to <-h ii 8 > « to. B The r The recoin fur and prices higher at; 85.2aa5.40 ; ;iU In a good mediums and lu: ■iy 1 «. df i •lie ' M : 1 w Y k icolpts of l»pev he . 1 k ; tl r< lull pru ! d i Jo <1 .1 ■ *Kl.t E 'll.ie.!.l <1 nils f .. smp . 1 eek 1 h «ly-, « live h) : ak 5k; II an.l\a% b. .1 lamb >1 i5. 100 1 lambh ; .1 i.d 8 ■ »I» rlod h wore 11 . k ; luarktn dub for : making 31,304 for tlm |6ao.70 1 In. K ipts of cattle L lia I ; fa ma S, P OCT . Philadelp . last week. 1 y dull, and Io tr than THE REACH MA LETS. Furnished daily to Every Evening by & Co., produce commission merchants, 1Ü, 50 and 52 West Washing ton market, New York City. apodal Dispatch to K New Y G. Fu ches sold to Bept 12.—P day l'laiu, per banket. Extra, per basket. folio* I : .ei.00al.25 . 1.50al.76 MARKET. Furnished daily to Every Kv Hill & Tkuax, produce chants, No. 313 South Front street Philadelphia. Hpecia l*y »mission Kvery K.venlun. , Sept. 11.—Peach rivals light to-day. We quote: Extra per basket. Clioico per basket.... Prime peribaeket. «Culls per basket_ .. 1.50&1.20 . 1.00al.50 ..75al.c:: .5Ua .75 CON MARKET. Peaches market in good shape ; prie : Retail per half peck, cents ; wholesale per basket, », demand good ; regardless of grades 25a35 90al.25. äTERDAY's TEACH SHIPIIENI Fifty-ni shipped yesterday, consigned as follows : Jorsey City. Philadelphia . Boston. Chicago. Cleveland. Elmira. Wilmington... Chester. Hartford. Pittsburg. Scranton. Daytou. Detroit.... hnciunati. Rochester. Previous shipments. carloads of peaches the Delaware railroad ..22 .10 <T . 1 . 1 . 1 .. . . 1 . ... 1 . i . 1 . 1 — 5!» Total shipments to dato .. f.V ROACH AO a IS lie Corre«*t «* M I roll «usions KcKariliiiK ills Previous Test I Tress 1 ) lppatch ;bjr Hpectal . New York, Bept. 11.—John Roach tinned his testimony to-day before the Beuate sub Committee on Labor and Edu cation. He asked le misapprehensions, which he to exist in the garding bis p denied that h« testified that ships should be built, cheaply in this country as in England. He stated that the materials were as cheap here as in England, but the cost of lab greater, whioh increased the cost ot because labo id seemed inda of the public r« testimonv U 1 building. This better educated than iu England and could de d obtain better wages. the first 0 i >re intellig« here ud He also stated f the ship de it Impossible to compete with Britain iu this industry, 1* ed cost of capital. The witness beli thst it that Gret th« d in the protection of labor in order to dev. lop properly th« resources of tbe. tiou,be declared that y. Withont proten nld 1 opportunity of developing his genius less thofe industries existed i his talents oould be exerc that without protection except fanning carried hick sed. He claimed industries, mimug, con'd be Iu th« namely, cotton aud , tbe value of the yearly importa tions for the last 1 $1,178,000, Roach oousiderol a »lang« it existed under the pr Something that this large he paid every ye shame that, while Amer her population she could u of these commodities . Taia state Mr. tariff laws. >ug. It w ey should reigu.»rs and a ica could feed clothe them. Tlie Oriol«» I»«» «Ml Audi ii. 'S» : rws Disputer Bali tbe continued the Oriole Asso R, B«pt. J2,—On « posted a bnl i«ti ounolng that tl»« d the e'. Lord Baltimo parade has be«» night mystic pageant until Friday this hour, 1 p. iug, with little iudicati to-day. postponed 'll th« proci siou of the igln. At n is fail - of a change , a steady Tin* Ei Will nr Again There thro uli tho th th Ingot Tl i. ;. T L ! rly f V both .1 » ho \s t »Ived. I ! : ; 'ill Ili! P fifths y.i di ii d Mi *f li M. n. HSU d th P 1 d .1 . M. Littfidiale Via N W. Fret» : III. N ». <1 lack K >f Th Fi i I N Ircw 1 m fit Fl each. to Àb . Win. .1 Rob' •. \\ Miss.; Mil J Orleans. La. ad mflu.. day ot « 1 »ng tb ml all ; A. Daup Nt lT Pamagcs. ROBINSON—U HU I he 11th Inst., the and Elizabeth of "city. ther, ou »0 Rev. Johu :tor of Holy Trlt A Philadelphia, Chester, Pa. tty Cl» Hau W. Status. DOUG I « at fit 'and St.l'i J. Dougherty e oth S^*B»or' ng a*y r ».ao, Marga I'liiiiuleinhla, on sv Kuocn Stubba. STUCK.-» re Stuck TMOR1*—Wl I. ■(161 March 18th. -1AMSON D .-Oii the tant (laughter of J. » lust,, Heleu C. . andS. A. Williamson,