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THIRD EDITION,
JsigsH
Cleveland, Oct. 1.—Judge Hoadly
spoke hen to-night to an audience of
10,000. Hit voice was weak and he
read from manuscript. When he
reached the temperance queetion he
said: "If the Scott bill is to be con
sidered a finall y, why there is the Se
cond Amendment. If that is adopted
the Scott law must go. Therefore, I
take It, Republicans did not consider
the Scott law a finality. But if the 2nd
Amendment is adopted, and legisla
tive action is taken to enforce it, there
Will be no traffic in liquor in Ohio for
Republicans to tar. It will, on the
contrary, he free ami unrestrained until
the Democratic party licenses it pro
perly. We consider the Scott law a
license law and an nnjust one ; and the
Legislature, if Democratic, would im
§ rovo it by a properly graded license.
he principle of the Democratic party is
the impregnable one of ae much per
sonal liberty as is possibly consistent."
In speaking of the tarift' Judge Hoadly
said : "The Democratic platform on
that is sound. That question has Iwen
settled tor three years to come, at. least,
and there is absolu
bringing it up and
Democra io party with free trade
principles. They arc simply raising a
S retention scare. The Republican party
as no longer any guiding principles,
and has been held together solely by
partisan ties since the great questions
of the war were settled, it is no wonder
then that its abuse of power begat the
panic of 1873, that it has ruined our
merchant marine, and has used Govern
ment funds to foster and protect Star
Route frauds and to corrupt elections.
Samuel J. Tilde,, purified the corrup
tion of New York State ami puuiahed
the men be drove from office. Then
people triumphantly elected him to
the Presidency and Republican fraud
and chicanery stole that office from the
people. With such company asGreeley,
Blair and Seward, 1 am proud to be
called a renegade Republican."
Ijr oa the Mamp.
ei v no authority for
falsely charging the
the
DIumm of Dora eat le Animals.
Washington, October 1.—During
the past summer Dr. Salmon, of the
Agricultural Department, has been
conducting a series of experiments in
tended to ascertain V e causes and
means of prevention of hog cholera and
pleuro pneumonia among cattle at the
cattle station near this city. About
thirty cows have been the subject ot
experiment Fifteen ot them were in
oculated to ascertain if th»* lung dis
ease which prevails about Washington
was contagious, but no results tending
to establish that conclusion have follow
ed the inoculation. Other experiments
were made to discover a system of vac
cination to protect hogs and chickens
from cholera
The greatest obstacle encountered was
the lack of stability in the hog virus
and its liability to deteriorate. The
virus must lie cul ivated so as to keep
the uniform strength, and as the best
means of doing this is yet unknown, it
must be ascertained by further experi
ments. Letter results have followed
the investigations into the charac er of
the virus in chicken cholera, and
Doctor Salmon expresses the opinion
that a means of protecting chick
ens from that disease will soon be
known.
Personal Mention.
A corre-pondent wuo has
*n King
Alfonso at Hamburg, says that he is an
insipid little creature, who is given to
He lov
cigarettes and garlic,
drive out behind flue horses, and is evi
dently under the impression that j>eo
pie are anxious to see him.
drives through the parks he bows gal
lantly to all tbe pretty ladies who favor
him with a glance.
Dr. Hamilton says that at least once
a day girls should have, their halters
taken oft', and turned loose like young
colts. "Calisthenics may I.m \ery gen
teel and romping may be very ungen
teel, but tbe former is the shadow while
the latter is the substance of all health
giving exercise.'
Mr. Walker,
To
As he
the colored lawyer
whom Governor Butler has nominated
for Justice of the Charleston (Mass.)
District Court, is very popular among
the Irish-Americans. He is a Roman
Catholic. His wife is a white w
and a very estimable ore.
tan,
Important to the Afflicted.
The attention ot the afflicted is called
to the advertiserne
538 North Fourth
which appears in a
doctor guarantees to cure
bility, pimples, tetter, falling out of the
hair, and tumlierless other diseases to
which flesh is heir to, in the shortest
possible time. He is also the publisher
of a book entitled " The Bcourge of
Quacks,'' which exposes tbe sHf-styled
Professor, tbe tree prescriptions
by retired missionaries, or physicians
" whose sands of life s
and in fact all mam
which the afflicted are subject
valuable little book can be obtained b\
sending the doctor
f Dr.Tbeel,of No.
•'t, Philadelphia,
filler column.
Tb
I*
;ni
ing low,'
i ru
r of frauds t
Thi
cents.
Another Railroad Openeu.
Lebanon, Pa.. October 1.—The new
Cornwall and Lebanon and the Cole
brook Railroads, connecting Lebanon
on the Philadelphia and Reading Rail
road with Cotiewago, on the Pennsyl
a distance of twenty
les were opened to-day. Over
excursionists passed
The visitors here
ed w'itb an address by Colonel J. P.
8. Gobin, and were banqueted at the
several hotels by the citizens. The new
roads open a rich territory, and will
connect the Cone wage Valley with all
fi the Pen
aud Philadelphia and Reading Rail
roads. Mr. Robert Cole
of the new roads.
uia Railroad
t
2,000
roads.
points on the lino
Ufih
owi
Unilrwnri Matter*.
The officer!
Northern Rai
ceivefl
•Pont, President of the road,to the »it- et
that after October lyt, the office* of En
gineer and General Superintendent, and
of Superintendent of Transportation
will be aboliehed. Mr. J. H. Thompson,
late Engineer and General Superinten
dent has been appoin ed Chief Engineer
and Alfred G. McCaimland, la'e Super
intendent of Transportation, h
appointed Superintendent, both official
to }
offices at one
of the Wilmington and
ilroad Company have re
official notice from H A. Im
le-. n
the duties of their respect!
To Meet on the Ntuinp.
N' INNATI, Out. 1. —Col. Win. Mor
<fi the Baltimore Vindicator, has
I't^.l the challenge of Col. Win. A.
r, of the Atlantic Vindicator, f^>
'•is.-ussion iu the various
1 "f the question wL .1.
tin- «i f;i r ». nf the colored people of the
noiirli vni ; lt»- best promoted by astr'et
adherence y (l the Republican party by
I* .11
a .i
ot
liether or n'
the cm!
»ters ot (fliio
2*
A Pror«>M*or*tii|) Tendered.
The officials of 1 tacine College, Michi
gan, have pr< ficred
of matheinafic* in
the Uev. William Met Pulley JoffcriN,
formerly of Delaware Colleg». but for
the pa
Nati'i
that he
si: ion.
be ProfeHsorshiji
J iriHtif.ufi
ba
to
year rector in the church of tin
Philadelphia.
If i* stated
ill not accept the proffered po
tr
[I
lOi
of
he
he
he
I
a
is
a
to
be
++
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Owing to the increased
state ot our trade last season,
we were compelled to make
considerable additions to our
store, in order to enable us
to display the vast amount of
stock it is necessary for us to
carry in all our different de
partments. These increased
facilities give us the oppor
tunity of now displaying one
of the finest and largest stock
of any house in the State,and
following we will try and
enumerate some of its de
partments, which are speci
ally attractive. We have in
ot
it
of
our
About 1,000 pairs of blank
ets, bought at the late New
York large auction sales.—
These are marked at a re
duction of about 30 per cent,
below regular prices, and
range from $1.75 to 510.00
a pair, the $5 blanket be
ing specially good value,and
one we would like to have
compared with those offered
at same price by any house
in the trade. 4, 5 and 6 lb
Silver Gray Blanket, from
Si 75 to 53
Comfortables lined with
white cotton, 51.50, $ 2 , $2.50.
All-wool medicated red
flannel, at 25c., 30c. and 35c.
Blue and grey flannel, at
20, 22^ and 25c.
We have a splendid line
of Fancy Dress Goods, from
12 |c. up to 51 a yard.
Black and Colored Silks,
from 80c. up to $2.50.
Handsomest line of Black
and Colored Brocades in the
city, lor 5 i.oo, 51-25, $1-50
and 51.75.
Best makes of Black Cash
mere, at all prices.
to
To
Hosiery and Underwear
>1
This department is com
pletely stocked with a splen
did assortment of goods for
Ladies'.Men's and Children'
wear, as well as Men's, Boys'
and Youth's, all sizes and
prices.
You can purchase any of
the above goods and avail
yourself of the Liberal Credit
System, by which you can
buy
S10 worth of Goods
for SI down and
$1 a week,
And if you do not find them
as represented, and giving
satisfactory wear (in propor
tion to price paid) come back
and we will allow you all
reasonable claims you have
to make.
Yours very truly,
s
G
PJM.SH i CO
In
M
The
506 Market St.,
WILMINGTON
40
Kant
L.
2* and 38 Soulh Second Ml., FhIPa.
sp24tu,Ui,Hii
40
and
D! BULL'S
T
I
IW
SYRU P
us
of
to
de
de
in
f For the Cure of Coughs, Colds,
Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Croup,
Asthma, Whooping Cough, Inci
pient Consumption and for the
relief of consumptive persons in
advanced stages of the Disease.
Sold by all Druggists. Price 25 c.
A Great Problem,
TAKE ALL THE
Kidney & Live
r
MEDICINES,
BLOOD
PURIFIERS.
Rheumatic
REMEDIES.
DYSPEPSIA
AND INDIRECTION CUBES
Ague, Fever,
Ann BILI.IODS SPECIFIC*.
re
lb
at
Brain & Nerve
FORCE REVIVERS.
Great Health
RESTORER*
IN SHORT, TAKE ALL THE BENI'
qualities of all these, and the best
qualltlea of all the best Medicines
of the World,aud you will find that
HOF BITTERN have the best cura
tive qualities and powers of all
concentrated In them,and that they
will enre when any or all of these,
singly or combined, fall. A thor
ough trial w ill give positive proof
of this.
71
Mr
ill/
I /
'0
122
L
In Medium-Weight Overcoats,
suitable for this Fall weather,!
our assortment is unusually large.
Genteel in cut and general
make-up, and low in price.
of
A. C. YATES& CO
•l
LEDGER BUILDING,
SIXTH AND CHESTNUT STS
PHILADELPHIA.
s
(j
KAN I) OPERA HUU8E,
SATURDAY. OCTOBER (». '83
*
Special Engagement of the Famous
C. D. HESS
as
by
ACME OPERA CO
if
The Large*! Ertrlinh Opera Company
In the United States.
ARTIST* CHOliUSl ERS A
MU8IC1A58
Wdl appear as above in
BO
60
The Bohemian Girl.
Anmlsslon
Balcony, 5oc.; reserved. 76 <
flfiU. F. Miomas A Go's. 421 Maiket'st.'*' of-6t
first tb
5c.: reserved, fl
•. S-'iats f.
le
G
HAND (>1 Efi A HOI SE.
HilDAY, OCTOBER 5.
The Two Johns Comedy Co
I
In Uit Musical Comedy in 3 Acts.entltlod
The Two Johns.
L
The Most Lauvlialde end Funnie«t Uonied v
011 tlio Sfairo. The Mo«t Refined
dy of the Day.
BRILLIANT DIALOGUE !
LIJDH'ROUH HITUATIONH!
tor
Popular prices. Neats for sale at Thnina
Co's. No. 421 Market street.
pCBLIC SALE
40 t NESH COWS. SPRINGERS,
FEEDERS AND BULLS.
Will be Hold at Public Sale, at Rod Lion,
Kant Marlborough Township, Chester Co.,
MONDAY, OCTOBER 22,1883,
nringers, lot of young bull 0 *
le to commence at 1 o'clock
SILL A BA1LY.
L. W. Stibium fc Sow, Atict's. jll-dfcw ts
02*4t
OP
sap
«al«
10th
best
40 fresh cows, s
and feeders. Na
FOURTH EDITION,
What Was it FarT
On Sunday morn ing,when the steam
er Wilmington reached her wharf at
Philadelphia, a detective waa noticed
standing in the crowd near the gang
plank, who closely eyed each passenger
as.they came ashore. In a abort time
a tall, fine looking man, with a heavy
black mustache,came up the plank with
a lady on his arui.
r .The detective gave one quick, search
ing glance at the man, and then allowed
them to pass, but before they had pro
ceeded half way up the wharf started
after them. The unsuspicious couple
passed along Delaware avenue to Chest
nut street, up which they turned, with
the detective like a sleuth hound in
pursuit.
At Water and Chestnut streets two
IKiltce officers were .tauding, and after
the pursuer hail said a few words to
one of them and handed him a paper,
he started after the man aud woman,
who by this lime bail reached Front
street, and arrested him. He was at
first disposed to resist the officer, but
after a few words from the woman he
went along quietly.
The party got on the Wilmington just
before she left this city, but it could not
be ascertained what the arrest was for,
of the officers in answer to an in
quiry said they bad a warrant, and had
been watching for the man for some
time.
as
r
Rouglia on a Train.
There is considerable complaint about
the disorderly eouduet of gaugs of
roughs, the greater number of whom
belong in Chester, but visit 1'hiladel
pbla almost every night, aud after
getting drunk return on the train leav
ing that city at 11.32 p. in. Last night
they acted in an outrageous manner,
ana not only passed through the cars
singing and using profane language,
but also engaged in a light, during
which they tore off parts of the ventila
tors to use as weapons to beat each
o 1 her. Several windows were broken
in one of the cars, and the conductor
stopped the train three times, and it is
said telegraphed for assistance. A lady
who was on the train says that she
understood that some of the party
were arrested after they reached Ches
ter.
The train bauds done all in their
power to quell the disturbance, but the
odds against them were too great, and
the drunken crowd had everything
their own way. These disgraceful
scenes are of frequent occurrence, and
it is hoped that now the matter has
been made public the authorities of the
Pennsylvania ltailroad Company will
adopt prompt measures to punish the
offenders to the utmost extent of the
law.
is
A Worthy Faintly Endorsed.
For the Republican.
Newport, Del., Oct. 1, 1883.—Iu
looking over the Republican a few
days since, I noticed an article relating
to the destitute condition of a family by
the name of Keig, and would like to
say that they are in every way worthy
the sympathy and support of the public.
Tbe father is an iron worker, aud bus
lost health ami nearly life itself, by con
sumption. Tbe wife and mother is a
bard working, industrious woman, try
ing, by working early and late for $3.00
per week, to earn a living for tbe fami
all
iy
They formerly lived in this town, aud
are muck esteemed here. The ladies are
soliciting aid for them here, and we
hope the citizens of Wilmington will
open their hearts and help them. They
may be found at Fifth and Market
streets, third floor.
A Fkikmi.
A Woolen Company In Trouble.
SPltJNGFIKLD, Mass., October 1.—P.
E. Wall, principal iu tbe (lieu Woolen
Company, located at Hamblen, has no
tified the company's creditors of his in
ability to meet their demands, ami
quests them to meet iu Springfield
Wednesday to receive his s atemeut
and to effect a settlement. The concern
has l*eeu ruuning with varying success
for four years, making fancy cassimeres
and over-coatings. Bad luck i s<
goods and the general depression
unsettled state of the wool market
the reasous assigned for the failure.
The liabilities are estimated at sixty
five thousand dollars. The heaviest
creditors
on
dlin
am
are
H. C. Moses, A. M. How
land, and Wright, Wooster & Co.,
Boston, each Holding about seven thou
sand dollars in the company's paper.
of
Senator Sharon on MInn IHIPm
«U l(.
San Fit an cisco, Oct. 1. — Senator
Sharon ha* Htated, in reference to the
charge of adultery brought agaiimt him
by Aggie Hill, who claims to be his
wife, that he would take immediate
measures to punish his traducers to the
full extent of* the law. He characterizes
the charge as tbe scheme of a charac
roman and unscrupulous man
to extort money,and says that he ref uses
to be plucked. It. is stated by the
other side that Governor Richards, of
Wisconsin, who attended the wedding
of the Senator's daughter to Sir Thomas
Heskelth, will come from the East to
testify That be beard Mr. Sharon
knowledge that be had been secretly
married to Miss Hill.
terless
NO.
ac
The Jewish New Year.
At sunset last evening the Jewish
New Year was ushered iu. The Hebrew
calendar gives tbe .year just, beginning
as 5644, and t he day is observed as a
holiday by the Israelites throughout the
world. All the stores in this city kept
by Hebrews are closed.
The special features will be tbe sound
ing of the sbofar, or trumpet of rain's
horn, whence the day derives its title of
the " feast of sounding the truinfats."
The majority of Hebrews will celebrate
to-day only as New Year's Day, but the
strict orthodox Israelites will celebrate
to-morrow also. Ten days later counts
the Day of Atonement, the great fast
day of the Jewish Church.
Pm
So
To
'll
And
'•Just
At
1
Travel
•b« Boat.,
Travel on the ateainere Felton and
Wilmington between here and Phlla
de-pbia atlll continue, good, and yester
day a large number of permits were
carried ou each boat. The Felton only
makes one trip a day and has discon
tinued her Sunday trips altogether
the Wilmington still continues
double trips, and runs every day.
Sunday she was crowded, al
thougn the fare on that day has lieen
raised to 2/> cents a single trip and 40
cents for the excursion. During the
week the fare remains at IB cents a
trip, o
ticket.
}
..
tbt
aa
no
of
U.
terrni
8tate
I
, but
the
L
as
<4
tweuty-five cents for a return
Curos
tlte,
fula,
tism,
led.
tharic
gantly
26c.
Slaughter House io he Rnllf.
A new slaughter Louhc ia about to be
erected in Joseph Tatnall'a wo<hIh iu
tbe Ninth ward, for Robert Tong, tbe
butcher at Nineteenth and Market
8treeta. The new building will be used
tor butchering hogs and making sau
«age and scrapple.
Sale of Lola.
Do not forget to attend the public
«al« of real estate at the 8. W. corner of
10th and Shipley streets,on Wednesday
afternoon, at 4 o'clock. It is one of tbe
best locations in the city.
3
cold
Apply
and
T*~r
NewGoods
at
gang
time
with
pro
with
in
two
to
at
but
he
just
not
for,
in
had
some
New Styles
—AND—
LOW PRICES
Having rc-fltted our store,so as
to enable us to meet the wants of
the public, by placing upon our
counters one of the best assorted
stocks ot clothing ever offered in
Wilmington, our main object is to
please our patrons in quality and
price, and we have succeeded in
making such purchases that will
enable us to defy competition.—
The majority of our clothing has
been ordered to be made equal to
any custom goods, and ltaB been
made in the city of Rochester,
New York Statu, where elegance
and neatness of style has given it
the reputation it so justly bears
of manufacturing the most ele
gantclothing in the United States.
These goods we intend to keep
fiofore the public continually,and
expect to increase our already
large trade. Satisfaction guaran
teed with every article sold. We
open our stock to-day for inspec
tion. No trouble to show goods.
We have also added a complete
line of gents' furnishing goods.
Don't f rget the grand opening
to-day at the
of
after
cars
is
she
the
and
and
has
the
will
the
the
i
i
No. 1E. Fourth Street.
tu.fi
THIS IS THE PLACE
If you want good, fresh
buckwheat flour, this is the
place to call. My buckwheat
is hard to excel. If you want
to get clear of the white,
starchy bread that almost
chokes you when you eat,
call at Filth and King streets
and get our "Home Com
fort, or "Taylor's Best."
These grades of flour we
know will please you. There
is no deception in them. II
you want nourishing oat
meal, call at Fifth and King
streets. California limas have
come again. Our food for
horses and cattle is the best.
Try it. Do you want dry,
sweet potatoes, fresh from
the Jersey sands ? Call at
I'ifth and King, and if you
want your marketing taken
home, leave it at Fifth and
King. If you do not see
exactly what you want at
Fifth and King, ask for it.
W. D. PICKELS, Fifth and
King.
few
by
to
bus
a
are
we
in
on
of
BLASS!
of
GLASS!
ALL SIZES FURNISHED I3Y
PHILLIPS & KANE,
NO. S EAST FOURTH IT. NO. 5
WILMINGTON, DEL.
GLASS!
a
BLABS !
WHAR YOU GWINEl
Pm Kolng right away to 12 Ea«t Fourth,
Where they don't charge more than goods eft
worth.
So tell your neighbors, near and far.
To buy their Shoes of Ixjinuel Marr.
'll take yon all to Fourth and King,
And as we go we ll shou t and sing,
'•Just come with me and fit your fret.
At Marr's, Nc. 12, on East fourth street.
1
LEMUEL MARR,
DEALER IN BOOTH AND NHOEN
NO. 12 EAST FOURTH STREET,
} ATENTS hi buumm ib
.. ,1 I 6*e u. 8. Patent otnoo, or ia
tbt Court attended to Ibr modern free.
When model or drawing !• vent we advtm
aa to patentability free ofeharge: and we make
no charge unleM we obtain patent.
hero, to the Port Maetertho Bipt
of the Money Order Dir. and toofflol ala of the
U. 8. Patent offloe. For olnmlar. advloe,
terrni and reference to actual clients In you
8tate or county, addrom
N
<4 a „ u. A. 8NOW a oo. f
Oppoelte Patent OMoe, Washington, D. O.
mention this paper 1 novl4*eod~tf
WAY'S
Curos Dyspepsia, Oostiveness, loss of Api>e
tlte, Jaundice, Sour Stomach, I'linples, Scro
fula, Sick Headache, Uloers, Sores, Rheuma
tism, Nervousness, Lowness of Spirits, Bil
iousness. Asa Dinner Pill they are unequal
led. The Great Blood Purifier, Liver and
Kidney Regulator, and the Best Family ('«
tharic Medicine. Nothing Injurious, ele
gantly sugar coated. For sale at druggists
26c. JOHNSTON, HOLLOWAY & CO *
Wholerale), Philadelphia, Pa. ocl-2wcod '
SWIFT- SURE
LI TER PI L L H
F
F
7K>K KENT-TWO HOUSES, NO. 904
3 Linden street, side yard, hath, hot and
cold water. No. 1182 Elm street.five rooms.—
Apply to JOS. L. CARPENTER, Jr., Ninth
and Harrison streets. oc2 tf 1
F
TU« R«v. C. l'rettytnan will prea>
•t Anbury church thi* «v«ntnjr, anil ,
Uev. T. B. Cream«r to-morrow evening.
The Social Circle connected with <
Second Baptist church will rename ita
meetinga to-night.
The Delaware Saengerbuml, umlcr
the leadership of Prof. C. B. Uhutda,
will give a concert al New Castle on
the 23d of Ootoher. A special train
will be ran from this city.
The steamer Spartan, which recently
left, the yards of the Harlan & Hollings
worth Company, is being loaded in
Philadelphia, and will probably start
on her first trip to Boston to-day.
The members of the Itellanoe Fire
Company contemplate making another
tour in the fall of 1884. They will pro
bably go South for two weeks. Over
thirty names are already enrolled for
the trip.
Deputy Supreme Regent Frank F.
Cummings, assisted by the dicers and
members of Christiana Council, No.
U64, of this city, will institute a new
Council of the Royal Arcanum this
evening. A number of visitors from a
distance will be present.
Anton Hauber, Henry Bloutb, Fran
cis Sclieu, Frederick Knapp. Carl
Specht, Edward Heidenberg and Peter
Euuer hare been elected directors of rhe
Germau. American School. It is thought
that |1250 will remain from the receipts
of the Volke-fest for the benefit of the
school.
he
i'ltnrela lutcrtalsneBl.
A literary and musical entertainment
will be given at the Household of Faith
church, Tatnall street above Seventh,
to-morrow (Wednesday) evening, to
commeuce at H o'clock. The program
calls for a number of select readings by
Miss Dora Child Wendell, daughter of
the pastor of the church, and a number
of solos by Mr. E. M. Zimmerman, a
popular aud well known local singer.
Hiss Wendell, until recently, was prin
cipal of a High School in a New York
State tow'u, and conies highly
mended.
recoin
Perumal.
Mr. John Irelan, formerly employed
as night captain ou the
Samuel M. Felton, ia unuteii'plating re
moviunto Waehinctou Tnrtlory, aud
will take up hia abode there and en
gage in farming. He hu» Minified hia
intention of Marling for the above place
about the 15th ot October, aud will
probably leave on that date If fala
friend, (to not prevail upon him to re
main among them longer.
He bait been a resident of 'Wilming
ton fur many year., and lias made a
number of IrieuUa, all of whom would
be wiry to see him depart.
steamer
A New Crematory.
A crematory ban been erected at tbe
University of Pennsylvania in West
Philadelphia, for the purpt.He of dispos
ing of the refuse from the dissect ing
rooms. Fires were started in it for the
lirst time yesterday and everything
worked satisfactorily.
Call Accepted.
The Uev. L. K. Lewis, formerly
sistant rector of Trinity parish and who
officiated at tbe Old Swedes' Church,
has received aud accepted the rector
ship of the parish at Hampton, N. ,L,
and was accordingly transierred to the
New Jersey diocese.
as
In*
io
as
ami
this
beer
tinrrett, the Butcher
in Eighth street market, will have on
his stalls, Nos. (>7, 68, C'J and 70,some of
the finest lamb, veal, mutton and beet
that can be found in tbe city, all ot
which we will sell at bottom prices.— ;
Call and see him.
i
Mulllu A ion,
Oth and Market, have uu immense stock
of Hulling, Trouserings, aud Overcoat
mgs, and they want every body to know
it. If you want a good suit,
certainly get it there.
you can
Another CuudlUaie.
James J. Vincent, of Christiana, i*
to be added to the names of the itepubli
can candidates for the nomination for
Sheriff* next year. Nlr.
young man aud quite popular.
Drake A Co., Auctioneers,
No. 17 E. Fourth street, are prepared to
call salt» of real estate at reasonable
rates. Special rate for executors* and
administrators' sales.
Kev. J. E. C. Barham, Wakkenton,
N\ 0., says: "I used Brown's 1
Bitters It is a complete restorative
and a thorough ionic aud appetizer."
Vincent is a
and
last
his
be
such
one
the
1
DEATH*.
MOOKE—On the 2Uth »ilt., Sadie, daughter
of William H. and Fannie Moure, aged 4
ears and one month,
datives and friends nre respectfully in
vited to attend her funeral from the residence
of her parents, on Last Liberty street, on
Wednesday afternoon, at B o'clock. Inter
ment at Wilmington and Brandywine ceme
tery.
PAWLEY—Or October, 1st. 1*83, Robert H.
Pawley, aged lu years.
Relatives aud friends are invited to attend
his funeral from tbe re ldenoe of his mother,
i»13 Elm street, en Wednesday. Oct. 3rd, at 2
o'clock, p. m. Interment as Rlverview.
REJIGS—In Jersey City, Oct., 1st. Rober t
.' a (f® d 49 y®» rs - Funeral from
the I. W.4B. depot, on the arrival of the
12.60 p. in , train on Thursday, the 4th inst.
WOOLSEY— On October 1st, Elizabeth
Ann, wife of Howard Wooisey, aged 20
years.
lit-latIves and friends are respectfully In
vited to attend the funeral on Wednesday
afternoon, Oct., 3rd, at two o'clock, from the
residence of her husband 840 Bennett street.
6
Mrs.
of
t
from
him
and
his
badly
Just
who
WILSON'S
Undertaking Rooms,
616 KING STREET.
"r
cate
"
of
among
ters
The most complete to appointments in the
State. My facilities are not excelled, having
every modern appi.anoe In tbe business. The
preparing and keeping bodies without Ice .
specialty.
in
T£LE''HONE SIGNAL 168.
OPEN -\LL NIGilT.
_J- k. WILSON Funeral Director.
W 8hiTlip AT JJNt ^-CAJtPENTEllS,
At Smyrna, 1*1, < nine on and don't
begin to write. Whger, »I3 tolls per week.
ItlK job. ue-i,«, T. W. KKKKEE L BKO
liott
lough
has
this
suits.
pounds
length.
and
These
beets,
Ann
and
ert
Ham
were
the
were
erly
murder,
W ANTED- A GOOD SIZED BOY TO
work in the buko house. Apply at
once, 8)1 Mttiket street. <?c2 H
1TTANTED—A HALF-GROWN GIKI.
*or general housework. Apply to
Shipley street, alter 3 p. m.
ocg-sitt
TT7ANTED-A Gi«L for general
housework. Apply at No. dk8 Esm
N inth street. oo2-2t*
F or rent -a 6-ko< m h(>use in a
good location. Enquire at 229 Orange
8ire et. 0C2-f4t
W ANTED-TWO
strong,active boys, 14 lo 18 years old.
Apyiy at TRUMP BRO S Machine Co. o2-2t
OR THREE GOOD
W ANTED-A WHITE GIRL FOR GEN'
eral housework. Apply at 610 West
Eleventh street. oc2-3t|
F OR KENT-TWO FKOlit BED ROOMS
and one basement, at )lk Market st. oi*2
F OR RENT—PAI T OF A HOUSE, AT
414 West Second ftreet. oc2-6tf
W ANITED-A COLt IKED BOY, AT8U
Market st. 02 2tf I>. p. SMYTH.
F ok sale cheap-horse A
wagon, at 120 King st. o2-lR JW?
Firm EoiTigi
,
<
ita
umlcr
on
train
in
start
Fire
pro
Over
for
F.
and
No.
new
this
a
Carl
rhe
the
he
mrskllu FOB BE
Tha la.pravaas.ai. „„
Ayraaa t'h.rrn-Be.Op,
vice la Itavrasker. **"•
The wo,k of improving the
of Delaware Avenue Baptist cIjum ?
progressing rapidly, and will he ,! ' 1
pleted about the Utter >, H rt of
mouth. The auditorium, when
will lie very handsome and many h 3
ed Improvements will have been n,2J'
the .liar platform five feet furSw ftn?
the arch, and a large pipe organ iff
erected in the front pirt of tK&
by the Diamond State organ comp. /
U will have a water motor
ment The walls will be haudnom.1
frescoed by Ball & Ctmpanv, >
floors will be carpeted b, KennanU
Co. The pews will be arranged i*
circular rows, and the windows win u
of etaln d glass. The present iron *
ing around the church will be removal
and a low stone couping put down l»
stead. The re-openlng will | )e ce >"
brated with all day services, whirl
will lie participated in hy a k
prominent Baptist ministers Th»
music, under the leadership of p ro 7
Pancoast Allen, promises to he
fine, and a choir of 40 voices are uo»
rehearsing tor the event. The I;,.
W. H. Young will preside at the organ
At rhe morning service the W
Way an Hoyt, D. D., pastor 0 f the
Memorial Ghitrcfa, Philadelphia, will
Iireach, and in the evening the Kev. 0
W. Folwell, a former paster of the
churc-h, at present engager, in the work
at Waterbury, Conn. The afternoon
will he given up to a generalconferencs
meeting, during which short addressa
will be made.
Among those not already mentioned
who will attend and lake part in tin
exercises are :
The Rev. John Peddle, pastor ofth,
church at Eighteenth and Spring bar.
den streets, Philadelphia, the Rev. I) r
Johnson, secretary of the hoard of pub
Mention, the Rev. H. G. Weston, a [j
President of Crozler Theological Semi!
nary, the Rev. John T. Craig, Siato
missionary, and the Revs. J. B. j| c .
Makin, W. H. Young, M. Heath B T
Moots. H. W. Geil, It. B. Cook, D. D'
and others.
among which will he the
rail
number of
r «n
to
by
of
a
re
aud
en
hia
fala
a
A Cm. of Lockjaw.
Several work, ago Ellen, tbe 5-year
old daughter of Daniel J. Fritz,
sent away from home to the house of a
relative, on account of aicknes. in her
parent', family. One day, about three
week, ago, while .lie was playing on
some .tone steps, she fell anil cut I
severe gash in the hack of her head. It
was properly dressed, anil as she did
not complain of it nothing further n»*
thought of tbe matter until about a
week ago, when she was seized with
convulsions, in which she remained all
night. The next morning it was fuund
that her jaws anil the muscles of her
neck were stiffened, and the physician
(renounced it a case of lock-jaw. The
aw. not 1 icing quit* closed, her friem a
have been enabled to administer food
through the opening, anil some slight
hopes are entertained of her recovery.
via
tbe
ing
the
Cutting Off ihe Perquisites.
The ale an 1 porter brewers of I'liiit*
•leiphis have determined to retread Q
he matter of giving gratuiti
tenner* in order to get their trade It
In* not been uncommon with brewer*
io Apeud thousands of dollars in giving
presents to saloon keepers whose cum< in
bey desired. It is known that 'lie
wives of many saloon keepers \vlr*e
sales are large have received such trifles
as gold watches, sealskin coats and
diamond earrings from brewers, and in
some cases the men themselves Lave
been the recipients of colly piennte,
ami al) because of the rivalry among fi e
brewers to secure coveted trade. Now
this is to cease, as tbe brewers have
decided that no more presents shall t*
given. Simultaneously the price of
beer has been advanced to $8 a barrel.
on
of
ot
;
'.V
i
i*
a
Held for C ourt.
Charles Harris, the man who was ar*
rested yesterday for taking m horse
and carriage* belonging to Dr. Kittiii
;er,was arraigned b» fore Squire O'Neill
last evening and held in $100 bail for
his appearance at the next Court of
General Sessions, at which time he will
be tried under the new law covering
such casts, as passed by the last Legi*
iture, which im|Mj*cH a fine of not less
than $. r »o dollars nor more than $2uuuu»l
one year's imprisonment, besides re
quiring rhe prisoner to pay all legiti
mate costs of the case. The law also
gives the owner or any authorized per?on
power to arrest such offenders with or
without warrant and take them More
the nearest Justice of the Peace f"ra
hearing.
1
4
t
A t art Driver Injured.
About 0 o'clock thlN morning one of
George W. Bush & Son8, coal wagon*
collided with a coal wagon belonging
Mrs. Mary E. ('handler, in the vicinity
of Fourth and F
:h streets,and threw
Alexander Jones, driver of the latter,
from tbe wagon to the ground, injuring
him severely. The man was picked up
and conveyed to his home, No. «03 End
Seventh street, whore his wounds were
dressed hy a physician. He received a
severe gash ou his forehead,
his legs was thought to he I roketi or
badly bruised,as he was unable fowalL
Just how the accident occurred is nor
knowu, hut it was thought, by those
who witnessed it, to lie unavoidable.
) at
1
Large Applet.
We are indebted to Mrs. MiHiael
L.vuch, of Orchad Grove, Cbrlidbuiii
Hundred, for one of the largest, rfy ;
"r have »een this season. Thi for
commotion with the quality
quantity of the pears produced, indi
cate the appropriateness of the iiitiur,
" Orchard Grove," tor it is one of tin
pleasantest homes in the upper ac tion
of our county, and it will doubtless
continue lo increase iu popularity
among those who seek desirable quar
ters through the summer season.
:d
in
larfc Be«t*.
Harrj H. Johnson, of the firm of El
liott & Johnson, residing on the McCul
lough property out Maryland avenue,,
has tried his hand at raining !***»
this summer with most surprising r*"
suits. They are of the sugar lw« f
variety, one of which weighed lfij-a
pounds and measured 22 inches in
length. Another weighed 17*^ nouifib
and measured Mf'% inches in MngA';
These are liee?» rhat are now de»'i
beets, and are bard to beat.
Letters Granted.
Letters testamentary were grantcl
yesterdav by Register Biggs to Kacb'l
Ann and Frank K. Carswell, execufri*
and executor of the will of tbe late R"b*
ert Ca"swell, rf this city. Letters ol t»'l
tninistrafion were also granted to Wi[*
Ham Kothwell on the estate of Mary 1
Rothwell, late of Middletown.
The Municipal Court.
Clerk Pennington reports that there
were but nine cases heard before the
Municipal Court during the past month,
the offenses with which the parti*«
were charged being as follows : Disor< *
erly conduct, 2; assault and battery, 4
murder, l; accomplice, 1; larceny, !•

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