Bn On el of News from CUri»lia»»*.
For the Ukithmcan.
Mr. William Bratten, the boss car
penter for thin locality, is building a
dwelling house, after the pattern ol the
M. E. parsonage, for Mr. Alfred Brooks
out about a mile and a bait' from town.
lfcev. Mr. Campbell has accepted the
call of the Presbyterian church. He is
her on the ground aud seems like a
liev. A. J. Snyder did not hear the
call to an important charge iu Pennsyl
vania,on the ground that the work was
too bard. Mr. Snyder is a pleasant
man, and will do efficient service in
whatever field he may be called to la
bor for the master. He is still here.
Mrs. Snyder,it seems to im , would grace
The Ladies' Mite Society of the M.E.
church is arranging lor a large aud
splendid supper on Thanksgiving night.
The ladies here know how to do that
thing, aud no doubt all will be pleased.
The object is to liquidate a floating
debt on the parsonage. We wish
them much success.
Bev. Mr.Greeu.as per announcement,
preached a sermon yesterday morning
commemorative of the 400th anni
versary of the birth of Luther.
was a fine euology ou the life,
work and valor of the eloquent reformer
of the 15th century.
W. R. McBride, a worthy son of Wil
liam McBride, is still confined to his
room he having suffered for many weeks
with an abscess in the lower part of his
back and his spine is also badly curved.
His frieuds fear that he cannot get well,
but. he h s prepared for the best or
the worst, for about three weeks ago he
gave his heart to God—was ha; j»dy con
verted, and is exceedingly patient under
It is well that ho has
his at 11 lotions
uuch kind parents and yiHters to minister
to all his wants.
The horses in this vicinity are agaiu
afflicted with the epizooty.
Lofland's horses have had tlie disease
bad, hut none have (lied.
Mr. J. Hamilton's |2(>0 horse died
sometime ago with heart disease.
Mrs. Rebecca Hall, wife of John Hall,
died on Friday last, Nov. 9th, about 5
p. m. She died of typhoid fever. Tins
has indeed been oue of the most Kid tv
Miss Jane, a daughter, was take
to her bed with typhoid. She got better
and she had a relapse, but she again
rallied. Then Lewis, a run, was taken
with the same disease hut lie gqt better,
though he is not well yet. Then ^Ricli •
ard E., another sou, was taken with
the same disease, and dietl October 5th.
Next, .John L., another sou, took the
same disease and d ed October Ifith.
Then Mrs. Hall herself was taken with
the same disease, and died last Friday.
She had nursed her children through
their sickness, the two who
and th© two who died,
sad case. Mr. Hall is very sadly be
reaved; two hearts almost broken. A.
>n theHthof August
Ntalw ol CD« TUermoju^i*.
at the Republic aw office in the s
Fenn & Go's thermometer registered
yesterday, 30 degrees at 3 p.
f) p. m., aud 32 at 10 p. m.
Office ol tbe Chief Signal Offloei,
Washington, November »3 —10 a. m.
ature, northwest, t
slight rise, followed by falling barom
eter. Light snow squalls are reported
from the Middle and New England
States and lower lake regions,
indications are that to-morrow w
warmer aud clear.
Middle Atlantic State
slowly rising temper
it h west
A FreeslDg Proeeia.
should he taken by ib»
Public Buildings or Police Committee
of Council to make the large room
where the sessions of the Municipal
held comfortable for those
who ar© obliged to attend. Last uigli
th© room was cold enough to freeze a
person, and those who hoped for au
improvement this morning were sadly
The attention of the
Court, was called to the matter by
Deputy Attorney-General Turner, who
said that he "ha 1 a decided objection to
being frozen to death prematurely."
The e seemed to he considerable h'*at
jing from the heaters, but it ha i
y little effect in making tin? place tit
o sit in. Tlte
> he a purtit
aud this should be attended to
VlHlflnK Odd Fellows.
hers of Upland
Lodge, No. 1
i, l.n. O. F
before s o'clock, tor th*- j.iirj
ing a friendly visitto Delaware Lodge,
at the depot by adulega on from Dela
ware I^odge, consisting of Jenna
Lincoln, P. G. Wes
Fellows Hall. After the i
n ohh of the Lodge had bee
No 1, ot Wilmington.
to t hi
vhere a coll;
was served, and a good time spe
partaking of the
speech making, etc.
th© visitors returned
npeut the remainder of the time iu a so
> rep lit,
o the iiail aud
v far|(*iii li llled.
vho was in
The race horse Fearless,
lured in the front leg during the Ch©s
er County Fair las
* s "!
• KusMill, b**f"
order of S'|
, 1-5 brought by th- Society
il hat the s
h ised his he
plete y shat.t*
once, but instead ..f ibis being
has Ween kept
since, in the vain hope that he might
Will 8hul n.
The Delaware Beet Sugar Works at
glucose and graf»e sugar,
rhieh for the past year have
gaged in the
to-morrow for au iu
The eHtablishrneut l as
ploying about ninety men, and
some of the finest
syrups ever produced in this country
and the stoppage is occasioned by the
ing to au
torner Mooe to >>e La'd
The ceremony of laying the corner
ie of the Catbolio church,
built in Middletown, will tak© place ou
Buiulay November 18th, at ten
The Rev. Father Mtir
President, of Gongaga College,
I> will lay the corner
mon in the
Monday evening, No
stone, und will deliver a
. hall, on .
vein her 19M .
p of liic ficaril ot
Mai.apcra of I h*- I >. I a war.. liible Society
will beheld Ir. Ili.i.'.vcr ol.urci. lecture
rra.m tl.ia (Tneeilayj alicrrmon at four
l,Th AM-On the Wlh Inst. J«' 111; L >
in the Tilth year ot hie up *
The relative. »nd trier Us ate • ►! '' 'uin
tnvrted tn ettelal ht« hneral. on > ■
the IMh Inst., si lose » 'I'd * " ln,LI '
merit at (it. Jsnree' cr intdtry.N.-a |. it.
OOKMAN —Suddenly, "« <'>' 1 *"
James itorluaD, in tire Hi th \ I »r 1 f til - sgr.
Kelatlveg anil trierds of the Mv tly. si o
employee,ot tire I*. W a It. H. t* r ■■
sneetlully tnvlterl to attend tlie 1'» - ■
Wednesday, 14th Inst. st MU o'eh >* .. .....
from his late residence. 41» last lourth st -
liiterutentatSt.r'tiarleF, Keleyvtlle, 1'el.t *» ,
Pa. High mass at St. Mary's at e.se a. nr.
and leave the d«i>ot at to ill a. in.
616 KING STREET.
The must complete in appclntoiontn In the
State. Sly IBoiltllos are not excelled, having
every modern appliance In the buninone. The
preparing and keeping bodlek without tea.
TELEPHONE SION AL Its.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
J. A. WILSON loner .11 111 rector.
YOU MUST HAVE BREAD
Whether times are g r ood
bad, whether at work or
idle, you must have bread to
If times are a little
pinching, then you must
a little more economy. Dow
can 1 use economy in buying
bread, do you ask J It is
done very easily,
cheapest flour you sometimes
buy is the dearest in the
long run, because there is
more waste in it and less
nutriment. The best may
cost a little more, but it will
to sell you just the kind ot
llour that suits pinching
times. Use plenty of lima
beans and hominy. They
are cheap, healthy and nut
tious. I have the best ot them.
\Y. D. Biotas, 5th and
At Reduced Prices
WE AUK SELLING COAL AT
THE BEST OF
GOAL AT $5.75 PER TON.
LIME Nl COAL COMP'Y
SHII'I.EY .xKINU ST. WHAKVKS.
WH EN BUYING OR SELLING
your title papers, such
deeds, mortgages, etc., pre
pared by D. T. Hawkins
Son, No. 7 i 2 Marke: street.
They make a specialty olthis
business and guarantee cor
m *. ly exe ute«l .tl shoi
Now wo have exauily what you!
It is our 1 nind of flour,
•ailed the •• HfippV
it is Western flt
II is winning
fill Who ll
You fthouhl try i , too.
with it. Ask
(i! ft O N A
I. K t . Fifth ;t: .1 Wnlnul str.-« t>
WllAR YOl GW IN El
Where they don't ebara©
t r aud f»ir.
Sc toll your neighbors. ..
To Lay : hdr Shoes <>! L<
fourth and K
fi ht '-..'if feet,
At Murr'rt, No. 12. on EhjC fourth ntroet.
SIF.ALF.R IN BOOT* ANi» ^HOB
NO. 12 EAST FOURTH STREET.
1AX« T.R INM lTI Tfc-l
i 1* ii'-kr
d It* kindred. The
:tr\ eure*bv hi*groat €'hei»»
of blo«>4, or fearlal treat
leal d ancer antidotes,
knife, caustic*. Ions •
merits required In removing the large
cancers or tumor*. For particulars send tor
free Treatise, or call on Dr. Kline. W31 Arch
street. Philadelphia, Fa
Beware of imitating fraud* everywhere.
Ul NNHITH,*o.»J4 kinuhthem.
IUs for hale Breech and Muzzie leading
< jf nil make*, revolvers nd cartridges of all
kinds. Fine nickel plated
implements for breech-loading kudh. gla?f
balls aud traps, and fishing tackle. Repair
log done at short notice.
H HTBKT TEETH
For 25 cpnts. 709 Market
street, Wilmington, Del.
The v orkingman's friend.
IMstksra fnalsnl ruati.
John K. Lvnain, a prominent farmer
at Newport, died at 11 o'clock lsstj
night, ill the 7tith year of his age, after J
s two weeks' illness of typhoid pneu
mouia. Mr. I.yuam was boro in the
old Lynain homestead adjoining the
Kol'v Woods, and has all his lifetime
lived in the neighborhood. Mr. Lynam
w ns one of the best and most tiucccaat.il
farmers in the county, and in i-'l r '"
as an exemplary,honest oitr/.eu.
He wap,a pood many years ago, a mem
ber of the Levy Court of Newcastle
County, ami frequently a member of
the Grand Jury. He leaves 11 children,
all mrarl.il but two, ami a widow »ur
The funeral will take plane
Thursday next, at 10.HO a.
ment at 8t. James' Cemetery, New
Iu butter at t'harlee H. Oarton'e atalN,
Noe. 80 and 82 Second ntreet market. *
Our Monday offering ol
Dress Goods takes in far
too wide a range for special
mention save as an item may
stand tor a thousand.
Black Silk, you know, is
good for all occasions.
Extraordinary value anil guarauteei
wear tn a Oroea tiiam at $1.25, $1.50
anil $1.75 per yard.
I!lack Quilted Sate. n. in dlamonde
and zigzag patternH, $1, $1.10 and $1.25
We never had the lineal, makes in the
world for as little unmet. A dt
is tolly guaranteed.
Some ot the recent in
of Colored Silks are
in th<i richer designs and in
new shades that defy descrip
Velvet Damasse, in a line of colors,
If. I to f 10.
Bridal Dresses and White Evening
Silks, a new supply.
Bilk Velvets, in an unusually rich as
These rompers are now
stocked with lines of Silks and Velvets,
having attraei ions n**ver befor • great
either in variety, h aiity or price.
The various sections of
Ladies' Woolen Dress
Goods present new features
almost every day. The out
goings arc a steady stream
Some lots are duplicated and
show upagain. Many—and
naturally the best bargains
—once sold out, come no
more. To tell you of these
is what Store News is tor.
' French Cheviots, in all singles
; A Lupin 4d-inch ('antimere is a nev
Very tine quality. This am
id Hi ronstinites special vain
Opera and Infants' Cloak
were made to our own
suburb of Baris.
in; r s
order in a
, only on© piece of a kind $2.5<i
Witite and with Blue
•a.ied ('loakingH, a remarkable
H*v in figures of great beauty ami
i indie* wide, for $3.
Bcainkin Olothn, 50 iucboH, a decided
ly shrunk price at $5 ner yard.
* A Black Diagonal Ladies' < lo b, pop
ular in style and price, $2.
Elegant Lace Ruchings.
made in Paris to our original
designs, a large line up to
52.25 per yard.
Pompadour, Oriental, Egyptian and
n designs and im
Spanish Laces, our <
porta ions, in
Now is the time, if evor,
to get carpeted tloors, in an
extra super line Ingrain, for
just 75c. per yard ! That is,
if your rooms are not too
our stock and put short
lengths at this absurdly low
I'he finest stock ever carried of all the
hi her grades.
Smyrna Rugs, choice selections for
•ful and elegant, presents, to he had
75c. to ^J.
GUESTNUT, THIRTEENTH, A MARKET
STBUHTS AND UITY-HAJ.L
Utica, N. V., Nov. 12—Th© weather
became coUler here after lip. ni. }
terday, with high winds aud a heavy
rain. A driving snow-storm net in
after five o'clock this morning continu
ing through the forenoon
lUM iiEhTKlt, N. V., Nov. 12—The
h< oner Albatross is |»robably ashore
iienr Oak Orchard, a few miles west of
here. 8he had a < rew of three greeu
men and the captain. Their fate is un
known. The steam-barge Albion, which
wa* towing her, was obliged to cut loose
and ret urn to Charlotte.
Two schoouers are anchored west of
Charlotte, one allowing a signal of
distress. The atoriu is so severe that no
tug can leave the harbor at preeeut to
r< taler assistance.
Chicago, Nov. 12.—A fierce gale
prevailed ou Lake Michigau all day
)etiterday aud last night. Ten daye
ago the schooner Arab went ashore In
the harbor of St. Joseph, Mich. The
tug Protection got her atioat on Friday,
ami they were to have left for Mil
waukee on Sunday. Nothing has been
heard of them. There were eighteen
men ou board the two vessels. It is
feared all hands were drowned.
Tkoy, N. y., Nov 12 — A blizzard
visited this section last night, and this
•ruing snow and hail fell. A grist
mill at Crescent was clashed iu by the
root of a barn that was blown against
it. There w*as a tornado iu the Mohawk
Oswego, N. V., Nov.12.-TI»e schoon
er Vision, of Kingston, with a load of
barley, went ashore near here during
the gale last night. The crew is safe.
CLEVELAND, O., Nov. 12.-Thesteaiu
barge John T. Johnston
of ore, from Kscanaba to Cleveland, is
ashore here in a had condition. The
crew- were taken ott* by a life-saving
it h 'J00 toiiH
Delaware Avenue Robbery.
Between 12 o'clock last night and 4
j'elock this morning the house of J. L.
Pusey, of the firm of Pusoy, Jones &
Company, No. 1003 Delaware avenue,
was entered by burglars, who effected
entrance by culling a panel from the
kitchen door,* which enabled them to
slide the bolt". The yard adjoining this
house is lit up at nights by several
1 gilts, but the high wind tnat prevailed
last.nlghf.no doubt extinguished the
lights and the thieves had all clea. Hail*
After gaining an entrance they suc
ceeded in securing a quantity of .silver
ware and a pair of gold eye-glasses be
longing to Mrs. Pusey. After getting
then** articles the thieves were evident
ly frightened oft', as they we
tilings missed. A private watchman is
employed by the residents of ibis vicini
t v, but the weather was evidently loo
blustery for him, as he failed to discov
uctionofthe thieves, notwnh
Htamlitig t he fact that he is required to
make a tour around the houses at vari
ous intervals. From all appearance*
there is an organized ganger thieves u
work in our midst, and th
should make especial efforts to um-nrih
file gang and bring tl
er's head in
A naked light upona mi
the West End Mi
*uh killed, and John Ed
Eight, bricklayers at work on a school
lii'iiw- in course of oiecti. n in the ut"**-r
part of New York city were yesterday
thrown from th© third story to tin* wirect
by the breaking of a scaffold. Patrick
Keletick aud.lohn Glaescrot were killed
and lour others were injured, one, nam
ed David Barry, perhaps fatally. Tin
other two men saved themselves by
catching a projecting beam.
Two engines on the West Shore Bail
road collided yesterday at Albany, kill
ing John Schermerbom and injuring
O. M. I'has*, superintendent of
the fish hatcheries of Michigan, am!
six other persons have been drowned at
Petersburg, in that. State, by the upset
ting of a small boat.
ting of a small boat.
Yenterday afternoon a party of
mifchievouH boys raked up a pile of
dry leaves in th© grove at, Franklin
and Maple Htreetn, and net fire to them,
but as they did not make an big a
tireabthej wanted, they
torch to a building
have been destroyed
*•1 mr Muring
bad it mu,
of lb*- neigii
rbo turned out with bucket* of
Anoiber gang started a fit. of h aves
and sticks near some liuildingH front
of Kotendai© Park. '1 he high w
that prevailed .it the
property in the vicinity* in imminent
danger, and had it not be©
the fire was extinguished by a gentle
man who lives in that locality, a
riotis conflagration miglit have bei
Mr. and Mrs.Bitfcenb* n ler, ofSha.no
> Mrs. Bitten
hiunh.i'» mother, Mrs. Busan J. Mc
Laughlin, No. 12 Robioson street. The
object of their visit was to hi* present at.
the celebration of Mrs. McLaughlin's
birthday, and they will
Prof. B. T. Ford, of this city, who re
cently gave mailing exhibitions at
Brooklyn and N
ceived very complimentary
and also an engagement to return to
Constantine Gnibner, late principal of
the4 German-American School of this
city, is now a professor iu a Cincinnati
Pa., are on a visit I
a^k, N. J., has re*
A Hlrlhtfay Nnrprlae.
Last, evening lieing tbe 20th birthday
of Mr. Alfred L. Baldwin, a number
of his friends determined to give him h
surprise. Accordingly, about 14 couple
assembled at his residence (H26 Wash
ington street) about 7.30 o'clock.
was spent in playing
Promptly at 10 o'clock the
invited into the (lining
room, where stood a table groaning un
der the delicacies. At a late hour the
company dispersed to their respective
homes, well pleased with the evening's
fun, and wishing Mr. B. many happy
Fjrrrtu of Che Wlnu.
Yesterday afternoon the sloop "Fox,"
owned by John W. Reynolds, which
was lying at Front street, wharf, wns
blown from her moorings, and drifted
down the Christiana tei the wharves of
the Pusey & Jones Company, where
caught and taken to her
wharf. No material damage was
The tide in the creek
low on account of the high wind, and it
i'll difficulty that the steamer
m.de her way out of the creek
id 'lie a.cl deal '•lire 'or r. Me
M0 rtoece lit cent. ; 70
0 ana :
Do you need in the way 01
Clothing? Is it a suit or
part of one, or perhaps an
overcoat, or probably, luckily
for us, both. Whatever your
need is we are particularly
anxious that you should give
us the opportunity of selling
them to you, and | -obably
for the same reas n that
every other merchant has
that it is our business and we
desire to increase our trade
by every fair and honorable
way possible. We feel as
sured that we can show you
a stock of clothing for men
or boys which will come as
near your idea of nice cloth
ing as it is possible to find.
Overcoats command atten
tion in such weather, and we
are fully prepared to slow
as stylish and extensive a
stock of Medium and I leavy
weight garments as can be
found. Boys and children
as well as men can be per
fectly suited from our stock,
and we are detei mined to
place before our patrons
nothing but first class goods
. . . 40
It is encouraging to know
that we to-day employ more
hands on fine custom work
than ever before,and are kept
as busy as we can be getting
out our orders on time. This
is but a natural consequence,
as we at all times offer a
stock of fine piece goods of
Foreign and Domestic Man
ufacture which contains all T
the novelties and stylish pat
terns of the season. Our
cutters and workmen are
thoroughly experienced and
able to uphold our reputa
tion for good work. Try us,
and we assure you that you
shall not be the loser by any
transaction with us.
Sixth and Market streets.
A ■operlwr imrUHl tf T nm«i
all mads of oxsollsnt matsrlala, and
sold at very nasonabla rates at L«dlas
Depart insnt of Belt's Drag Stars. _
The probabilities are that It will not
bo many days before a heavy Overcoat
will be a great comfort.
Those not already supplied will do
well to examine oure before purchasing
Ledger Buildlngi Chestnut and Sixth Streets*
nur rountsm th* tirnl
Now ... .
ami nioM complete Mock of Over
roftfm ever ofTereil f«r *•!* in
thin elljr. Ttieod good# we gn»r
Anfee made of heal material and
trimmed In Die Pent manner,
and at price* that «lcfy competi
tion No cheap *hoddy voodn,
good hoiicHt good*aft low llgnre*.
Call and *ee for youraelf at Ike
No. 1 E. Fourth Street.
AMATEUR ARTIST OUTFITS,
BOOKS OF INSTRUCTION
AT NEW PAINT STOKE.
PHILLIPS & KANE,
RO. 5 KANT FOURTH AT. BO. 5
OK SALE-rOURTKEN HEAD OK
large rualu liotr, two hreerlinK
fortdblo five-roomed ho
for » abort time; two pit. all outhnuze*. c
plioftt*. pigs ten
for rent, a vrell-located and eom
•,without tho cell*.',
a* u substitute for the cedar for tho pres
Also o stable and turn; In till, stalls for
s or horsei,
capable of holding 4 wauons. Apply
the premises toT.J. SHKItIDAN.G street
and New Cacti© uvenve. HUGH (jlllNN.
s ton* of hay,a w g n
40 FKESH GOW.S SPKINGEKB,
Id at Public Sale, at bed Lion.
nahlp, Chester Co.,
East Marlborough T
MONDAY, DBUKMHKK ID, 1KKI,
40 fresh cows, si ringers, lot of young bulls
and feeders. Bafe to commence at 1 o'clock.
SILL hi DAILY.
am A Son, Auot's. |11- lAw t«
L. W. Stii
ilghborhood, and Is ft very *i«
laru**. roomy vault,
e du -
The modern dwelling lious©, N
12th street. Mas all convent one
slrcftblo propei ty.
that keeps milk, flutter etc., without le
ing ibe warmest w*-ftiber. Ttimscusy.
upon E. L ItM'K. Jr., at fhe premises.
7o4 Marke t street, second Moor, front.
JUBLIG SALE—WILL BE SOLD AT
• uldle ?ale on Saturday, Nov. 17, lxw,
., lit No. 3 Lost N1 ne
hi on** o'clock, p.
tor tit li itrect. a variety of household and
kitchen furniture. (JI1AK1TY ELLD -TI.
L. W. Stidham 6l Bon, Aurts.
OST-ON TkK 10th INST., IN GO'NO
j from Loodellt'A street. South Wll
mlogtou, a gold cross uud chain. A nullable
reward will be given tho tinder by leaving it
at tills office, or John Ford, South Wliming
OITGE—ALL THE MEM BEKS OF
(tsrfiehl Dlvlelon, S. of T., ttrorc*qtie*t
cd to meet at Die DIvIhiod room, thli
day) evcolng, at 7.3o. to ttuk arrangumoutB
to attend tho funeral of BlHtor Eva Kowaud.
I osr-A black and tan beagle
J dog. with owner's name on cdlftr. The
finder will ba suitably rewarded If re
turned to J. F. PRENTISS, Eighth etreet
market. n)2-3t<l lw*
1 board or* can !>• ftoooininodatsd at No.
EhhI Second street, uoaroat to Poplur.
OR SALE—30 LOADS OF MfKUCCO
manure in rplendld condition. Apply
Co., 'ill W. 3rd *treet.
to Chun. E. Frit*
GIRL JO YEARS OF
ago want* a situation at light hou*o
Apply at 804 West Fifth utrbet.
ANA KIES, MOCKING BIRDS
and cages at 110 East Second
cage* at lio East
■ flip, yj birds and
S NOK KENI—FURNISHED ROOMS
' cheap, with or without hoard. 703>4
arket street. nl3-6tf
ANT ED—TWO MEN TO OANVAkS
fur t im holiday edition of the Wkbk
fNOH SALE—A '.THREE-STORY BRICK
r bouse, No. 4<»8 West Sixth street.
A TTENFIOS.-ALL PERSONS Vk
XV string pure Drugs or Chemical*,or w!*h
Ing their picsorlptloni or private receipt
oarettdly compounded with pure material
•boald go to the drug store of
li. R. BRING HURST,
817 Market ntreet Wilmington. DeL
N OTIUK—JIJST KKOEIVEUjSOO KUSH
«U of apple, and for wle cheap. 2nd
and Orange. [o81-tf] JOHN I'YLE. '
1 -n.t.ral or«n
dm BlipaMd or.
Last evening tire Municipal Court mum
ill brilliantly llubtod up,mil two reporter..
In Mnk of luni.Dotlelox tbi unuiuil -Itflit
boldly .Mind and took tlrelr aceurto.net]
■ante at the table ruaerved tor the eorlbee.
Judge Uuinmln. wae on the beLOh, end In
a few minute, live prleonent were rnarohe.1
In and took thalr reata In tho dock.
The find prlmtter arraigned wae Jehn. bet
tar known ae "Teddy " Maeulre, and offleen
Towneley and Cathnart. who made the arreit,
testified that yesterday "Teddy " w*» drunk
and eame to Stub and Orange atresia, where
he acted In a very disorderly manner; that
when they undertook to take him to the hull
he " kinked up on ns and caned as all (lit
way along." " Old he hurt you when be
klokedT" innocently nqulred Judge Cum
mins, not oomprehendlng the vocabulary ef
the officer.. •• No, he didn't kick iu," aaU
officer Towuelay." " Why, I thought yon
■aid he kicked you." said the Judge. "We
didn't mean ho kicked u«, he only klckml
up; that hr ho laid down and didn't wantt«
go along; ho only klckod up and didn't kick
Judge being aatifllied with this expla
nation, sontenced Maguire to pay a fine of $3
A man with t badly thinned note anil
bruised fsne the next customer who, In
sntwer to the clerk's lni|Ulry, said lilt uamn
William Conner, and I alnt ashamed
The ohttrge wan drunk and disorderly, aud
officer Towneley testified that an he
Koiug along Hlith etreet a little hoy
running fitter hlui and raid a man had
down on Shipley street. When he went to
the place on Shipley between Fifth and Sixth
streets he found ('onner.who was veryjdrnrik
with his nice bleeding from the effects of a
fall. As he was uualne to fake care of him
self, he took him to the hall. ** Well, Wil
Ham, I'll flue you $1 ami costs," siid the
JU John Malloy was charged with filing
drunk ind disorderly, aM officer IJoobran.
nd« the arrest, testified that he found
him at 1 wolf h snd King streets yesterday
nfU-rnoon running around In his shirt sloe veil,
knocking at doors. As he wan drunk, and a
, ho locked him up. The
s ease for a further hoar
ptr.mgcr in this city
Judge cout I lined hi
Ing <»n We lnewlay evening
in ns and William Morris, two little colored
iioys, were arrested at the Kailroiid station
yesterday for disorderly coi duct.
Officer Afooro made the arreKt and testified
that the boys are a perfect uulsauce in that
vicinity, and that he had arroffted th$
eral limes before and then let them go. He
on hi ought one of them to the Imllond
locked him up thinking thut would have
some effect on him. The Judge said he d d
not like to Impose a penalty on such sinnll
hoys, Out an they seemed Incorrigible, lie
Id fine them $1 and cost* each. Tbi."
closed the hearings, and the dozen or inure
spectators and others filed out. BaUstttrt that
( fiendvs brought bafore the Gourt will get
their just deserts.
Thin JI«rolB(t'a MwnrlBita A Small
Cana of Urffnr)-.
This morning's session of Municipal
Court opened shortly atter 9 o'clock,
wifhJu'ge Cummins on the bench.
Deputy Attorney-General Turner filed
an information against Edward O'Don
nell for violating the liquor laws.
James .iai'kson plead
charge of drunkenness, and
?I and costs. Mary Kelley, wife of the
blind peddler, appeared in the (lock,
with a badly swollen mouth, to answer
a charge of being druuk and disorderly,
preferred by officer
.1 udge imposed a fine of $.1 and coks,
and told her that if she was b f re
him again he would make it still high* r.
Joseph Powers, charged with the lar
ceny of a penknife, the property of
William McGee, said he bad taken the
knife but gave it back to him. The
dt nee showed that a man at the hall
had borrowed the knife from (lilci*
McG- e and laid it down, when the pris
who had come in for lodgings
picked i up. As
missed it, he went to Powers,
after some hesitation gave it up.
Judge committed him in default of $200
5© at. Court
was before the
Court ibis morning on a charge of vio
lating a city ordinance, by er* cling a
frame building at Eighteenth and des
Mr. Whittaker h lid that
plied with the law, and Mr
Turner, atier filing au information in
the cas",M<dd be would He© the Building
Inspector in regard to the matter, ami
for that purport) he would a*»k that the
ease lie continued until Saturday.
The c.aH© of Edward O'Donnell was
continued until Friday morning, and a
capias issued tor his arr-st, with th©
iderslandiiig that he should be placed
under bail for his appeal aiice.
bail for his appearanc
he had coa
A Stormy Hay.
At an early hour yes ©nlay mriniiug
ere was a decided ch iiigc in I he
perature, followed by a high wind,
which continued to increase in violence
the fierce wind
! h; scurrying miow,
until after MiniHet, Iasi
s during die day
and although it did not remain, it
euough to show- wh it old whiter could
dowhuihegotdov.n to regular bu.si
ThedaywaH nt rfainly a great con*
during the pant week,
been and b ittertiieH were Hitting
around, aud tin sudden change wa4
enough to make people think that Hume
thing van wrong with the meteorologi
cal bureau at Washington.
Although tbu wind blew a perfect
gale there was very little damage done,
us far as can lie learned, in or arounu
this city. A street lamp at Fifteenth
and Market streets wa« blown down,
large stack of straw belonging W
the Lobdell farm,uetf
trust to some
Riverview upset, while a
fences iu the hi. me vicinity were level*
(5(1 to the round. The. largo sign on the
at. Water at" 1
Jown down end
broken to piece*. Tho water was al
most driven out of the Christiana and
Brandywine rivers, and several boatf
Market street h, was bl
No. ll Nchool fiafe.
At the meeting of tbe Board of Edu
cation last evening, the committee «»
No. 11 school reported tbe buildup
thoroughly repaired anil the wallj
braced iu Biicb a manner as to render
the building as safe as a new structure
aiffl the people who send their children
t i the school may continue to do w
without fear of any accident. The only
trouble at present existing i« the ah'
sence of a pavement leading to D' e
school, and children are compelled w
walk through mud aud water, whicn
sometimes extends over their 8ho(-top».
in going to and from school. A petltlu®*
praying for a sidewalk, was present*
to the Board last evening ami' referreu
to City Council, where it 1 h to be bop* 1
will receive prompt attention.
On* or III- Fluent.
On Haturilay ni((lit, Una William.., tM
impular Gorman .iitiifct character acw'i
will apiwar at, tho Opera Houselu *
of the Ft neat," In which he has a®
q.tlred much merited fame and »P
plause as .lr.hu Mlnliler, tho amlah'5
—.mo', iif.nan. 1 _
this city td'O"
received w> 111
whoio-Houled German policeman. t
play was presented in
on., year ago, when It wan - .
tin. groat«Ht favor, but ntnee then it n*
been improved in several partlculaffl
Sunday Nrliool UatnerlDg.
Th© annual gathering of tho Stm»D J
schools of th© P. E. church in the cw
of Wilmington will be held flt o'*
church thi» evening J 1
KUSH T.30 J b 1 ,, t , f? v ' „?W* r wi
2nd Latimer of PlittacJnlpbii'will.I.:l . vor
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