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i Dote. Front street, between Walnut aud Poplar, is beiug repaired. To-day is the Jewish day of atone ment and all the stores are closed. Haverly's minstrels will not appear in this city until February. A smoke stack now in course of con struction at the works of the Kdgemoor Iron Company will be 150 feet high. A bop will be given at Rising Sun on Saturday evening by the Brandy wine String Band. The schooner William A. Morrell is undergoing repairs at Colonel Moore s ship yard. Work on the centre pier of the new Market street bridge is rapidly pro gressing. A school of telegraphy is about to be started iu this city, a number of pupils have already registered, —No. 12 school house at McDowellville is beiug put in a safe condition by Peter IT. Fury, the undertaker. The First Regiment Band will furnish music for a ball to be given by the Bachsenbuud, iu German Hall, on No vember 12. Mural Lodge, 1. O. O. F., of Penns grove, N. J., paid a fraternal visit to Hope Lodge, of this city, last evening, and were entertained iu royal style. The tug Anna J. Laughlin, recently seized by Marshal McMullen, wits re leased yesterday, security having been entered iu the sum of $2,200 A new front aud other improvements are being made to the store of M. F. Davis, the jeweler, No. 9 East Second Street. The surviving members of the First Delaware Battery are contemplating forming an organization with a view to holding a re-union every y«ar. J. T. Sehuiiltueyer, who works at the old ferry rolling mill, had his ankle sprained during a scuttle yesterday. Dr. Keables dressed the wound. The colored dancing school under the direction of the young men's social club, will open this evening at the hall, No. 112 French street. P. Plunkett. & Co. have just had two handsome signs lettered in gilt script by Gelder & Schultz, which will he placed in the front w indows of their new store, No. 108 Market street. The sale of unclaimed freiglp at the P. W. & B. Railroad freight station in this city will be sold at public sale at 10 o'clock on the morning ot < >ctober 25th. It is reported that C. & J. Pyle, morocco manufacturers, contemplate purchasing the Todd property, on the 8he 11 pot near Brandywine station, for a new factory. The grail ing on the new extension of the \Y. & N. Railroad fr< on the south side to the ci being pushed rapidly lorwurd to com pletion. The Chester News says : " Edward Cassidy was arrested on Tuesday for having imbibed too freely in had rum. After a hearing he was committed to the lock-up in default of payment of fine. John McCaulley, a ten year old boy, fell a distance cf ten feet last Right ut Ninth and Lombard s'reets and injured £*ir self severely. No hones wen-bro ken arm I.T Keables rendered medical assistance. The IieV. F. B. DuVa', pastor o* the First Presbyterian church, wli «has just returned from a trip to California, will be tendered a reception this evt niug by the members of the church. James Trusty, colored, was before Squire O'Neill this morning charged with attempting to rob the house of William Duncan, at Stanton,last night, and was held in $4U0 bail for his ap pearance at Court. The old Ixibdell foundry, northeast corner Second and Lombard streets, which was recently purchased hy J hn Hare, Secretary of the Joseph Teas Company, is being razed and ihe ground will be graded and new build ings erected on the site in the spring. the wharves M-way is VIEWSOF TWO 11)11 OKS. Wliat Ibej Sny ADouf Ihe Ohio Elrctlou. Republican, Editor Halstca-i Indicatiotif contitiue tin Judge Hoad ly has been elerteil t rovi majority. StiP,F up and Hoadiy does not ci; tion with confidence, and Micro is a doubt. But why lias the unexpected happened .' You can see that all the wool counties have hurt the Repiildi cans. They must have confidence that the democracy are protectionists on wool. The wine districts on the lake also show up against the Republicans. The pre hibitory crusade is the real cause of the Republican trouble. They became exalted with excitement,claim ed to have divine anwistai.* e and to ho aker do.*, .> give if 1 ids elec certain nf success, and some of them voted their own third tiukei, and others traded their State vote for amendment votes. Foraker would not vote for the and was < tit endment, a hy the extremists, \vIn degree Lard to understa lid in a d. uooD for the ueim ulicans. Now you want 1 ,o know, assuming that Hoadiy is elected, what ihe result will be as to the Presidential election .' With a democratic Legislature to wres tle with the liquor law, added to a Democratic House of Representatives, and Judge Hoadiy the foremost candi date t< ' •y, and a just those sparkling qu.iliti*'s, that are unsafe tlie Pre.Mdc an *d Die P. |uib;i. mis ,ing JtroS|ier[ III ( Ml tile Bret h hen the, people are l right up totliequernmn wlicth ■ the 1 I. rat ie par y shall be trusted government 1 hey K.li'.i- McLean, Judge Hoad: e thou.,} tua •,> ..fihe ILimilom C. cratic ticket a-sures (In- I the Democracy, tlioiigh jt her part full enough P. A •• riienf "f ' ii- Nearly all of tie: el reported frt ot Si ite a, craMe am* 1 ,dm* :. for -ntui reguKrion of 11i»• liqii * trafii ii- mitigly (Dftfai* i »f he ro rhe st rc igi n nf. 1 rhe sin all Po turns In*i I»e adopte ;il aovin failed, rhougi •cry large vo, The De bui addition dmate that, h: lias I JlltlC r e<l after a light ,.g, a. hi I U1111I a determined party, under the leadership ot the b* s |."iitii iaiiM among the Kepubli* . th* state. It is regarded by politicians of both parties as significant far beyond State and local (juestions. It is noli* "d that Old*- will take an important parti* in the l 1 I eon test. It is the of the w**rk of throwing th** Republican parly out of power iu the over of rbe books to the Democracy for examination. Jt initial perform; 1 St;ii• -jpuid turning a general change. if Walsh&Co. 500 MARKET STREET. __+A+. -+ 0 + SILKS, SATINS, lTUSHES, VELVETS, CLOTH SUITINGS. In all the different shades and colorings,at prices low er than ever before for same grade of goods.— Handsome line of Flan nel Suitings from 25 cents to $ 1 per yd. MILLINERY. Feathers, Plumes, Breasts, Tips, Wings, Birds, Etc., etc. In the newest colors and de signs. BLANKETS, From #1.75 to $10.00 a pair. WeeklyorMonthljPapents On a bill of $10.00, $1.00 down and $1.00 a week. ■§o§ P.J.WHLSH & CO '! 506 Market St, WILMINGTOX. TOT1CK-T. ANDREW T. PF.TEKSDN' 1 owner ot the house situated at N. K of Front and Searles streets, in the tenth ward td'thecity of Wilmington.County of New Castle and Mate of J *elaware. in com pliance with the requirements of the Acts 0 ' the General Aseeiubly.ln such case made and provided, do hereby give notice that I shall apply In writing to the Court of General Scs of the Peace and Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware. In and f r New Castle County, on Monday, the lyth day of Novem her, A. D. 18K3, being the next term oi said , for a lie or tavern, for the sal therein of intoxicating less quantities than one quart, to be drank on the premises, and the following respectable citizens, residents oi said ward, recommend the said application, viz : Owen J. Hussion, iSamuel Johnston. ('harles P Dudley, N sc for sa- i ho Ii juors. John E. McEntee, John McEntee. John W. Hilyurd, Wilson Vandever, Win. Walsh, h Morris. John < 'mthrip Du\Id P. Haines, James F. McBride, K. A. Armstrong. John Mahler, J nines Tllddtt, H. E. Lannan, William s. Brown. Charles Corrcy, Darnel Dougherty. ANDREW T. PliTERKON. .1 W Hcwc W. h. Johnson, J. il. Stewart. C. W. Sulla way. Fergus '*• cllv, ocli-3lt 1 HAND OPERA HOUSE. ( jt TW O NIGHTS ONLY BOX DAY AND TI'ENDA Y, OCI'OBLK in AND IU. The Wonderful Spectacular Drama. Eniitb d THE WORLD. With Its MiignifiL-ent Scenery id Efteets. THEGKtiAT It A F I' S< L.\ E, Pt.oOO feet of ci • id age from wall >'.• v<\- and terrible up. and •upying > wall with the •all THE SINKING SHIP. IHELPNaTIG ASYLUM. THE REVOLVING W ALL. Magnificent Moonlight Scone, concluding with the beautiful effect, the Moon t 'pun the L .ke. THE POPULAR ACTOR. MK. -J. /., LITTLE. Support ml by a Compiiriv of Acknoi Ability. Refiervod for sale at. the ' I Thomas )! HU' SALE. 1 Will be sold at Public Sale, ■, '*23 Market ,-i rciit. . THU 1SHA Y (>( TOHEK ISth iHffl, at lOo'cl.. I'he entire M-liobl and kitche l»art «■? f"U(,w-: Pirlor.hall < < nd **Lsy chairs, tel ornaments, hall r,j 1(1 ■iirpe ■ I rack, .Piling 1 in fact tI m a. i, hhc.d ti(»u>*5; china ,ii .•'M.kirnr itcuMl it 1 c. 1 ' lit 'll V\ ed uesduv •cc.T p. r- -a.i the art . M. M. • r lc. il strceP L. W. 4tid NOTICE, Il you contemplate pur lubinjf property in Wilming ton or vicinity,you should first obtain a list of some (jt the bargains we are offering. Our " Real ('.state publishe. 1 for free dis.ribution. Call and ^et a copy. 1). 'j', 11 aw k ix- K S< iv.Real Estate Brokers 7 1 :> larket st. \> iilletin " is i } J i 'k! j 1 tf W \R *>T. A I* ' nek *.'f t'. Cool Spring Ice G • ill I e paid lor either ocll-lt* Kin. -tr" u„ 41 (M 'Nil—'Til 1 ; PERSON WHO LOST A whit** rufH*'*l apron Monday at Eighth and M eli -011 street, can have 11 by calling ut VEASEY* drug store. ocll-lt* F A Uylig Tarkei Hm. William Simmons, keeper of the Cherry Inland lighthouse, f ha name turkey hen that created such a coiumo* tiou Home time ago in regard to her laying qualities, up to the present time has laid 117 eggs this season, and from present appearances looks as if she would keep it up all winter. 8lie moves her nest from oue place to another, laying from a dozen to fifteen eggs in one nest, when the egg-huuters take them from her and she hunts Mr. Simmons thinks I another nest, that he can, without fear of successful competition, claim that be has the champion turkey hen lor laying eggs in Brandywine Hundred. If there is any hen that can iieat her, he wants to hear of that hen. A Lett Boy. Giver Davis, a nine-year-old son of Isaac T., aiul Sarah Davis, 214 Pine street, disappeared from his home yes terday between 10 and 11 o'clock, and lias not been seen or heard of by the family, or any person of whom inquiry has been made. He was out in the yard playing when he was seen last, but he suddenly disappeared iu such a mysterious manner as to lead to the idea that be was kidnapped. He was very small of his age, and rather a bright aud intelligent hoy. As may well be supposed, the family are in great distress in regard to his mysterious disappeara nce, and would be glad to hear any tidings of their lost boy from whoevei may have seen him. A New Workman. Millard Davis, the jeweler, of No. 9 E. Second street, has secured the ser vices of Eli L. Barton, a practical jew eler, forirerly of Oxford Pa., hut re cently of Reading, Pa., where he has been employed for the past two years iu the watchmaking aud jewelery estab lishment of Scblechfer & Henry. Mr. Barton comes to Wilmington highly recommended, and Mr. Davis into lie congratulated iu securing the services of so aide a workman. Before his de parture from Reading, Mr B was ten dered a farewell banquet hy the em ployees of the above mentioned estab lishment, and they sincerely regretted his departure. it 2)' a ty of Cupid's Doings. Last eveningcupid's triumph wascele hra ed at the Cherry Island Light House, when Mr. Joseph Rylotr was united in marriage to Miss Sarah J. Simmons, daughter of William Sim mons, keeper of 1 he light house Rev. John Simmons,grandfather of the bride, united the loving hearts and gave them hin benedictions. After the ceremony was over tlie whole party,some fifty iu number,repaired to the residence of the official.ng clergyman,where a wedding reception was held and the happy pair were presented with a large number of useful and ornamental presents. To nr 11 amen I at Middletown. mning tournament to be held at Middletown, Del., for the benefit of the Catholic Church of that place, held on the fair grounds on the 8th of Novemi>er, and The prizes to l>e offered consist of a set of harness, one saddle and bridle, c buffalo robe and one silver watch. The distance to he r . be :ill be a fine atlair. will lie 150 yards, the time 11 seconds or iietfer, 1 1 y inch ringh ru be u->e»l. A admission fee of 5 cents will he _<•!. The book for entries is now oji^n. Drowned at Delaware i lly. Smith received a telegram from Delaware City this morning to the effect that a man had been found drowned at that place. No further par ticulars were given and the Coroner with Dr. Ogle immediately proceeded to Delaware City to investigate the case and hold an ihqiiest. Hampton's Vegetable Tinerure, sold by Taylor Fullerton, 302 King street. Cor What We Have. We have the Comfort " Hour, which gives satisfaction all the time. W hy choke on dry, husky bread while you can get "Taylor's Best \\ illiam Lea Sons' best Hour is always up to the stand ard. We keep them all,but we have other extra good grades which we can freely recommend. When you inquire for the best, we will promptly fur nish it for you. It always af fords us the greatest pleasure to sell the best, though there may he more money for us in the poorer grades of Hour. If you want those famousCali fornia beans, we have them. You can get nearly all you need in the eating line at Fifth and King. PICK I LLS, 5th and King. Home at ( \V. D. Many Thanks. \V> im* thfinkful t v nr liLernl Ill'll 11 to YOU lor j nit routine, anil we treat you right. We »iir gives N istaetion ; il' it *1 m* i not. |<*t m arc o|;i'l our II sat know. \ gii can Lift an »• giadi <T Iloitr lor $().. r )(f a A "l\ lor it. V> < have collcnt harivl. voffi •tallies and Iruit, and many other things von need. LK Y . fith and Waiimt. (iinsoN .-I-: k CKAT'IXS ASTRAL OIL IN STHIGI T 1^1 KK AND PER H.C TI.Y SAFE. I f a lair:p is upnof or broke explode or take tiro ■verknew an accident from It. Tliii lily i. nonvlncing proof of its r- llahllity. u|. in sealed os .nsure buyers of its purity. It,8 contents will We from 1 to f* gallons to ; Z. JAS. BELT, AGENT FOR DELAWARE, 4'OR. MXTII AND 91 AllliFT ST«. OK BALE LOW— FOR WANT OF USE _ a big string young horse, a splendid driver. Witsel's. Front and Madison streets oll-fltj F the ELEtTIOSIk. Tk. Dnwrrkl. (In; Ohio anti m. Hrputillran* low*. CinciiMTi, Octiilwr 10.—At thl» hour (11 p. in.) Ohio I. Iieuioor.tlc by at loaft and wayW f> ihiO. .1mUfl Ipraker i-oncede. I ho olectiui ol hll alitattunlit by llicao Bk lutltutlcnal amendment la urti. The second slaughtered here. Without Haim l*on County the hepnbll can manager- In Columbus concede that the legislature will have a Democratic major tty of lour on joint ballot. In Hamilton County the three Democrat <• State Senators are elected anu seven out of the >en State Re presentatives. and jH'Hslbly eight. This will n ake a dear Democratic majority In the next Legislature of fourteen. Ohio's next United states Senator will be a Demo crat htyond any question. Cleveland October 10.—The vote In Ouyhoga County, by complete returns made to-night, gives Hoadiy a majority in this county of 420 which is a Democratic loss of 2 , 600 . The De hoc rata elect Will ams to the Senate, and Poe, Mooney, Koohe and Harb'iugh to the Legislature. The Republicans elect Weber Seuator, and Haley and Heaton a* Re presentatives. Both F. .1. Hlandin and J. tl. Hmsley are elected Judges by the Demo crats. The second amendment Is detested In tills countv hy i, 2 uo ma orlty. W. G. Rose. Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor, received 2,600 majority in ihiB county. The Republicans elected their County Treasurer The State will, without doubt, give 3.000 or 4.000 Statu 1 Auditor. lurity for Hoadiy, ami perhaps Returns fr«>in thirty counties elect nlne Democratl** Re)-resen 1st Ives and seven teen Kepufii. -«u Representatives. In these counties the Ki-puiJiicuna elect seven State Senators ami ilie liemoerata six. it is quite likely the Democrat* will have a good working uni on y In the next Legis lature. At this writing (11 j«. in. ) it looks as If the second amendment was lost. Four large cities in the State give » maturey again* it of 60,IKK), l'he vote 111 the coo mi) dis tricts yet to hear from '-au scarcely Do mr^e enough to overcome this majority Columbus, October lu.—-Returns from eighty co ntles and the others estimated give the State io I ho Democrats by 12 , 000 , and the Leglslulm*' will be Democratic by 2)' to 26 on joint ballot. Tae'aecoud amendment will coine close to adoption. Toledo, October 10.—Twenty-nine pre cincts In Lucas Uuunty shew a Democratic gain of 581. The Democratic majorities n the county will range from l&u to 200 . Hoadiy's esil united majority is 1,700. The Democratic Judicial ticket is probably elected by 2,000, the Legislative ticket by about 16,000 and the Senatorial ticket by trom 3,000 to 4,000 majority. The prohibition amendment Is detested by probably ,000, and the first amendment Is invisible. Sidnjcy, October 10.— 1 There is a large Democratic majority here. Prohibition has a majority in the town. Hamilton, o. tuber 13.—Hoadly's majori ty In Butler Lounty, with tour townships estimated at la»t year's vote, Is 2.778, a loss of 231. Elliott ' Democrat j for Senator is elected. Springfield, October Io.—Foruker's offi cial ma jority in the county is 1,464,a Republi can gain of 6WD. The entire Republican county ticket is elected. Paulding. October 10.—The county gives Hoadiy 28 mamrti). a loss of 60 . The jority for the second amendment is 2.2. Daytok October,io— ooadly's majority In the county is 1..02, a Democratic gain oi 207. Brenner (Democrat) is elected Sena tor. Fremont. October 10 — Francisco (Demo crat) is elected to the Lcaisluture by a jority of duo. STauiiKNViLLE. October 10—The Keimbll gain in the city Is 4s, LInduU (hop.;, for the Legislature, has probably loo jority. Ike prohibition amendment lias 1,2<'0 jority. Canton, October 10.— The Democratic State ticket and the two" Representatives have 600 majority in Stark county—a Demo cratic gain of 2t)o. Lewis (Hern.; is elected to the Senate. Zanesville, October 10.—Hoadly's jority in the city Is 127. Addison (Dem)!. the Rej»resentatlve elected. Van Wert, ( ctober 16.—Full returns give Foraker31 majo..i). Hugliee )Kej».) (oi Ke pre«eui«tive is elected. Hie re:oud amend ment ha? majority. Ravenna, octobur 10.—''. h j re urns indi cate that Portage county j>ives toraker6oo majorit., a gain of 3 . 240 . Sherman, Ocd* candidate lor Representative Hiiruin cixiQty gives FurakerCO 10.—The KcjHildlc 1 el* cu d >hjo i y,e Do n of S 3 . THE RESULT IN IOWA. Di.s M.on , October 10.—Governor Slier more will have 30.000 majority Klunc, and probably 12 000 toT6.v0 • uvorull. Judge Kent will have nearly the same The Legislature is Republican <>n joint ballot by at least Crty. ihe House Is close, but the RcjmhtieHij' will have eight to ten majority In the Sixth Congressional district the iii •llcations favorable to Stilus, Kepubli Prohibition is probably assured. The Peui'.erats concede Sherman's election, wit •e of but put. Ii 1 -majority at h.OtO, and c five to eight, maj rlty in tiie lower H (he Legislature and fifteen n. Cct. 10.—Returns from all ts In lies M<duus c. •Htimated fi ratic majority of 102 <.» l iic entire Democratic elected by a large majority, excejit that of between Copji, ( Republican), and Guellch, (Dcinocraat).— Guelicli I.- probably elected tty a -mall jorit v. the Senate. bU! i thiif. Dei l' r ' y last year, give a the State unty ticket irke Audi't-r. loh D M'ORT, Iowa, October 10.— Davenport '••a Democratic tn ujority "ii the Stale M' ket 1.651. Scott county gives a Demo crate- majority of 27<>0for (fovernor and 2,yw h t S'ljircme Court J udge. The Republicuia ele" cit\ ( iiy lieasurer. Anxiety In Caulou. Although the American Consul in Canton lias not, been assassinated, for eigners in that city are still i The ne merely a converted cuthroat. youth he flourished as the leader t.f a baud of highwaymen in a northern province ot China. The government, finding it impossible to capture him, made i im a mandarin and gave him a vicerovhlup, a post for which his early 1 raining eminently fitted him. Chang has since abjured socialism, but hates the outer barbarians and their imiova 'i ms. During ilie recent disturbances 'lie body of a Chinese hoy killed by a European was left l)iug for d«ys in the street, to excite the fanaticism, ot ,'he lm li Crowds oi Chinamen cluster mi round the itinerant ballad mongers singing "Li II ung ('hang is a great man: tn defend Annatn.'' and denouncing " foreign devils." The agitation continues. danger. Viceroy, Chang Hai Shing, is In Ids He Doli.gs of Horne Tlileyo*. Sometime during Tuesday night a horse belonging to William Husbands, ot Brandywine Hundred, from his stables. Also, on the same night, a horse ami wagon fri'iu James Yarmill, of Elam, Pa. Iu formution of the robbery and a descrip tion of the horses have been given to me authorities in various places,and efforts are being made was stole s stolen Hjiture tin: thieves, 'tiling has been Ah far as is know beard ot ihe missing animals. Owner Mnniril. The lmiuin who stole the horse from John Talley, of Brandywine Hundred, st week ago, also stole a red sulkey from some person in the neighborhood, it, i.s presumed, ns he had a vehicle of this kind io ids possession when he was arrested at Towsont iwii, Mu., and the gentleman who made the arrest adver tises tor the owner to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take it Fainting. James France does all kinds of house painting; n. glazing a specialty. Simp, No 1 841 King street. Orders by mail or lefi on slate promptly attended to. The rail Maces. Louisville, October 10.—First race, association purse, one mile, Sovereign Pat won, Wallflower second, Feral Jennings third. Time, 1.41. Second race, lor all ages, one mile, Lucy Mav won. lioche second, Brigand Belie third. Time, 1.45. Third three*year-olds, nine furlongs, Aztec won, Aretino second, Ascender Lird. Time, 1.55%. Fourth race, selling race for all ages, three-quarter mile heats, Callon won the first heat, Uus Math ews second, Bonnie Bird third. Time, 1.13, Fifth race, for two-year-olds, five furlongH'Conkling won, Eastern second, Manitoba third. Time, 1,01%. French pools paid 347.30. Sixth race, handicap, for all ages, one aud one-sixteenth mile, Eflie H. won, Mattie Haptlire second, Kmuia E.third. Time 1.55%. Brighton Brack, October 10th.— First race, nurse 3250, for beaten horses, one mile. Roy P. Cluke won, Marie Lew is second, Bevorwick third. Time, 1.45. Second race, purse $250, selling allowances, three-quarters of a mile. Lytton won, Garfield second,Little Phil thiid. Time, 1.15%. Third race, purse 3250, for all ages, seven-eights of a mile. Hotachiiuie won, Lillie Dale second, Nlmblefoot third. Time, 1.30%. Fourth race, purse 3250, for beaten horses, one ami one-eighth mile. Harry Matin won, Beverwiek second, Charley Fiske third. Time, 1.58. Fifth race, purse 3250, one ami one-eighth mile. Bo/zdam won, Topsy second, Nellie Peyton third. Time, 1.55. French |»ooU paid 345.80. Sixth race, one and a quarter mile bur tile race. Buster won, Bill Bird sec ond, Moscow third. Time, 2 HI. Providence, < Ictobcr 10.—Kentucky Wilkes won the race for the 2.22 class, King Aliuont second, Onuwa third. Best time, 2.22%. Bells Shack.-tt wou the 2 33 daws, Fanny O. second, Minnie Monitor thud. Best time, 2.27. The pacing race was unfinished, Princess winning the first heat in 2.19% aud Eddy 6. the second in 2.21%. Lexington, October 10.—Day Dream won the uiifiuhdud race for the 2.33 class, Maid Messenger second, fricker third. B« st time 2.21%. Hin da Rose won tlm race for three year olds, distancing Wilkes Boy aud Fugue in the third heat. Bent time 2.19%, the liest three year-old tins on record. Lady Monahan won tl e 2 50 class, Bess Monroe second, and Lucy Black wood third. Best time 2.35%. race for Musis : First class music h r Balls, Par ties, etc., any number of pieces. Addr i ss G. P. Luckman, S. E. cor. Fifth ard Shipley st. MAKRIAttEM. RVLOrr-SIMMONS-Ou the 10th Inst, by the Rev. J on u Simmons, at the resldmce of the bride's jiarents. at Cherry Island Liaht House. Joseph Rylott to Miss Sarah J. SI 1 unions WILSON'S Undertaking Rooms, (Hti KING STREET. The most complete In appointments In the suite. My facilities are not excelled, having every modern appliance in the business. The preparing and keeping bodies without loe a specialty. TELEPHONE SIGNAL 188. OPEN ALL NIGHT. J. A. WILSON Funeral Dlreotor. i * C* I L y Kr I c 0 h I Wi f 'f/ : Tf r For the fastidious young man wo have the latest stylos, taste fully trimmed and made equul to oustoin work at about half the price. A. C. YATES & CO., LEDGER BUILDING, SIXTH AND CHESTNUT STS* PHILADELPHIA. RDDF FAINT! GENUINE OXIDE of IKON ROOF PAINT FOR SALE BY PHILLIPS & KANE, NO. 5 HAST FOURTH NT. NO. 5 WILMINGTON, DEL. RDDF FAINT! >HEEP—TW » STRAY SHEEP U <* ''ne t the reiilden •»* of the sut>8erib< r. at Gre-ut u*'k, Dei., on ^ ptember 28. The have th»* same t.y proving proper ty and ' .lying ull expens is ocll-3* * SAMUEL LOGAN. 0 WNEK WANIED-I HAVE A REI ulkev ly sto 1 set of h trnes^.whioh were ovi ()w ner ni 11 hn vo sapi <; * v Iiir c| Hrgev Address EDW ARD MARKET . Rowiandville,Cecil County, Md. oil 6tdltw d. CARDING — FIRST-CLASS BOARD Ing can tie procured, with homo com forts, at No 2'16 French street. Mrs HAM MIRE. ocli-lw II NOB RKNT-A 7 HODM HOUSE ON W. 6th street, tnoweeri Washington am JOHN H. JOUR b 'elb streets. Apply DAN, 607 Washington street. oll-3t; ANTED-AN OYSTER OPENER To work evou'rig'H only. Most wagon pai.l. Apply at FULIMEK'S Dining Saloon. ocll -2tf vv W ANTED—A GOOD BOY ABOUT 17 or IS years of age. tn a moat store, in quire at 706 \V. Eighth street. 'll 3t W ANTED-AMEHK'AN OR G ERM \ N girl for general housework, family. Address " F" this office. «.*• nil 11-art IIFANTED—A WOM NOR GIRL F< K y\ kitchen work; must know how to cook. Apply at '.ill JolJerson street. r^*EO(iNI>HANDH(JIIHFHr»r noiinii u ^ also. oRthlug bought »od soid byB.P LEVEUIDOE No 40 s W. Front at,' rt*o OCll-Jt* An Idea In regard to Clothing may not be amiss at this season, and the better it is the more likely you will take to it.— Although some merchants believe the time to make profits is only the present, yet we look just as njuch at the future, and endeavor to prove to our customers that they are to be bent-fitted in every transaction equally as much as ourselves. 1 low will we do this ? Clothing, like everything else (material not considered), is made in so many ways tliat prices vary even in the same goods.— This can be accounted for in the trimmings and make-up both matters of no small im portance to take into consid eration when selecting your winter purchases. In order to place before our custom ers such clothing only as we can fully recommend,we have not only kept our entire force of hands together dur ing the dull season, but have a stock of ready-made gar ments, which is far superior to ordinary clothing. By mak ng our own goods, we also make it an inducement for good hands to work for us by giving them steady work all the year. We cordially invite you to examine our stock, take into consideration trimming, make and style, and we will leave the matter of prices entirely with your judgment. For boys and children, we are prepared to show an unusually large as sortment of all the latest styles, properly cut,well trim med and nicely made. MIDI TO ORDER, Do you prefer your Cloth ing made to order? If so, re member we have an assort ment of piece goods of for eign and domestic makes, comprising all the latest styles and patterns, in all grades, from the medium to the finest. A lull line of the very popular cork-screw goods, in plain and mixed colors of several grades and prices. Should you favor us with an order, bear in mind that we j>ropose to let you have nothing which is not perfectly satisfactory in fit or •rkmanship, and will punctual as to the time. be W( J. T, Mullin & Son, TAILORS, CLOTHIERS, Sixth and Market streets. 8 p 20 -ni,w,fr FIFTH EDITSO Thrrslvurd to Mill. Samuel Deaton, a mulatto, re..;,] over Eleventh street bridge, was a double bearing before Squire trjj last evening. The rlrut charge being drunk »»>»l disorderly, tor ^ he was fined 32 and coats. A t . r above hen ring lie was arraigned charge of assault v ith intent to kill^ from the testimony it was learned \ the accused went to tlm tirlckyan] .fames H. Beggs A' Company, in Ninth ward, about 10 o'clock yest«q morning, umler the iufiueiice of |jij q He borrowed a gnu from a man Brown, and paraded around tin* , swearing vengeance against bin uepl, Eugene Deaton. Failing to find latter, he began threatening eretl in the vicinity and n 'll 1.4 red w< random shots, one of which stn James Medford in the upper lip, 1 m ing him slightly. This terrorize.! j crowd, and word was telephoned the nolice, when Officer Adam* spondtd and attempted to arrest] ruffian, when the officer was dealt stinging blow, hut he retaliated j soon calmed his prisoner down, \ t his offence he was held iu 34(H) for appearance at Court, and iu delimit was committed. Frederick Josephs and I) niel [y ( were each fined 31 and costs hy S|n O'Neill yesterday, and John M*(m&] 32 and costs for being drunk derly. Edward Meenau plead guilty to assault on Charles B. Lore and ent* $200 for his appearance at the montj session of the Municipal Court. Several eases of drunkenness w also disposed of. Ml <li 44rand Aiuty .Ha tarn. Thomas A. Smyth Font is inaki active fire to House Tuesday eveuing, October Z), The guard of DuPont Post, No.( A. R , of this city, lias received mid a oeptou an invitation from Admiral9 Pont Post and Guard, No. 24, of I'hili dclphia, to lie their guests on G. A. | d i.v, October 24th. They will «,ke tl jsist drum corps with them aud o>u on the steamer Wilmington, returnli hy cars. Post 2 Guard is one ot tl best equipped and drilled Guards inti Grand Army, and no doubt will do ti city of Wilmington credit in tLc cityi brotherly love. On October 18th, Charles Shiiiim P ost, No. 4 will celebrate its third » niversary in National Hall,when Kill lieth Temple Post, of Kennett S'I'IM will be their guests. Samuel Worrell, of Mill Creek Hut dred,has douated the ground,and Th»n as M. Reynolds, of Post No. 9 of tbi Hundred are making active prtfM lions To build a hall u]>ou it. Next Saturday evening will beaga! time for the Grand Army U>ys in Ne Castle. General David It. Birney 1*« No. 12, of that city, will meet Him Post of Philadelphia, and with the rii tors under the escort of the V niton Rank, K. of IV, and the New fasti Drum Corps, will make a street |>anul preparatory to an entertainment by citizens' committee at the Ojiera limn The evening festivities will wind U with a lunch at the City Hall, pruvidl hy tile lady friends of the Post. KoinethIn* Itial m Needed. Now that the nights arc growinl cold, there is an increase in the imtuM who a]>|>lv each night at the polked Lion for lodgings There is n<> p.ad there for accoiiiuiiMiatiug them, bi whenever the Chief thinks they and serving, he allbws them to occupy to corridors,where they have thehan N fora IhmI. Some of these men an- n doubt rrainpN, but many of them a* fwsir unforiuimtes, who find tlmioselve iu a strange place, money lees friendless, and in a city like Wiimmi ton some provision siiou d be mode in assisting such as these. All exce!l* , t plan i» . iniut to be adopted iu PhiUW phia hy the Society for Orgauiz**dClmr ties. A w <nl yard lias ts-cn reiitd aud all applicants for RknI or loil^iu who are able to work are require! i saw and split wood for a certain min her of hours to pay for what they n Ceive. Those who refuse Ia> work H sent to the House ot Correction, wh»l they are compelled to work. The W. C. T. IU preparations for the ojmmi .5 be given the Post ill the 11 A large iiiHcting of thfi Worn ^ Ciiristian TVinporancml Union wasli**' Joint reh Hl'Icrnoon.MisH Anna Semple jircsulih *veral ''"l 00 TiicmU in Grace M. K. Rcpresentalivos from churches were present and were taken to organize a colored brant of the Union. A committee with Mi Semple was appointed to take tin 11 1 4 ter in hand. The Union agreed b» ei tend their labors to include t he worki Gilbert Chapel children's meetingi» ( Sunday evenings. A prayer 1 will he held every Tuesday afteri'*' 0111 3.30 o'clock, in Grace M. K. fli»l*8 The Young Women'•'Christian Tem|* ance Union has resumed gosfiel tenip^ ance meetings at the 8th ami Kirk woe free reading room, to be held evet Tuesday evening. f'ilS.U nicetli A 4'ondurlor'M Nlutcnieiit* The conductor of the train on was reported a disturbance place last, Sunday says that the counts furnished the press were K r, ' il ly exaggerated, and gives the Follow in When the trai whic too it version of the affair : stopped at Darby, a crown of Men * got on, who were going to Glen engage iu a game of base ball, ofthemen were very drunk, ntitl " n fell against a lady who was acecm|>< l,,1 | by a gentleman. The man iiiiin«'dift ,# ' resented this by pushing the lell<»w one side, and some harsh words Hi'* 1 ." 1 between them. The conductor M ' e11 that a tight was imminent,interh reu,»n caused both parties to keep tpiur. ilenies that any blows were struck ,1 that any one was beaten. Sever Two Kuiclnc* C'olIHle. . About, 8 o'clock this mornii'K ''"K 1 " Nos. 40 aud 27 colliilwl, and both w No. 4 11 w north-lvu' tiaiu, when No. 27 was com ing , the round house, and the swi ch at Lombard street had the swib ' 1 ready for the north-bound train >*' out, and was not aware of tl" f ,a . urPil engine 27 went crashii g it>[ 0 other. Both cow catchers of ,, i lH speed ive Iocou*ot,ives damaged and other engines had > No other dsin®K H considerably damaged, attached to the 8.15 11 liiull were substituted. done. The Tlilriy-fourtli Next, Saturday night. H una'diy < <de, No. 1, Brotherhood of the " will celeiirafu their t hi rr y-foil it ii verwarv in the lecture room Opera House. The com mitt et> ranged an ex client program. ^ sisting of vocal and instrumental 1,1 ^ a'l*' of Lave fl recitations and select reading*- . . McCormick,the well known coniK' h J er from Camden, N. J., will al'* 0 . doubt but H" pear, aid there is no w ill liave a crowded house. foals. ,.j W. M. Kennard * Co., street, are now opening their lu, l' J coats for ladies aud children. J prising the newest style* ® ul1 I makes.