TH E MOR NING
WILMINGTON. DEL., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4.1878.
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Will behelJ In the Sunday School room
CALVARY P. E. CHURCH,
on the evenings of Septemper 6th, 6th, 7th
Slid 8th. „ .
Tickets Including refreshment". 25 cts,
Krlends of the church are Invited to be
1XTANTED—A room for an Evening
"" school. Central location,
p. O. BOX, 304 City.
W ANTED. — A GOOO DELAWARE
Farm, in trade for Philadelphia City
property, clear: Address,
P. M. O'CONNELL,
Heal Estats agent,
No 1210 south Seventeenth fct.
N. B.-Hundr. ds of haDdaome houses for
ule and to reut, In Philadelphia, City.
D IVORCES, in any state, without pub
licity, send stamp for the law, G. R.
N OriCH.— The 66tli annual meetiug ol
the Delaware Bible Society, will be
held in the Presbyterian Church at New
Castle Del. Thursday afternoon, September
5th at 2U o'clock*
DAN'L. M. BATES, Pras't.
TH09. F. PLUMBER! Hec'ty- _
VOTIUE TO COUNTY TAX-PAYEKS.
il We hereby give notice that the collec
tors of County and Poor tax will bo at No.
Kastslxth street, during the months ol
Jalv and August, and at 618 Market street
daring the evenings.
JOSEPH L. CARPENTER, JR.
Mayor's Of* ice
Wilmington, Del., Aug. 30th, 1178.
By request, I hereby call a Public Meet
ing ol the citizens o Wilmington at the
City Hall, en Saturday evening, August
31«t,at 7 o'clock, to devise means of aldlni
the people of our ^southern Cities and
Towns;,afflicted with the Yellow Fever.
Wm. G. Whitei.ey,
OFFrc* or the Wilmington )
Coal Gab Co., No. 300 Mlilpiey 8t. V
August 27 th 1878. j
An election forninedlrectors of the Wil
mington Coal Gas Company will be heldat
their office, on Monday, 2nd day of Sept,
next, between tbe hours ot 4 and 6 o'olock,
WILLIAM P. TAYLOR, Secretary.
\r0TICE—DELAWARE STATE TEACH
I" KRS' ASSOCIATION.
A meeting of this Association will be held
»»Dover, on SATURDAY, August 31st, 1878.
at 12,m., for the purpose of electing officers,
receiving new member*, and transacting
any other business which may promote the
objects ol the Association. Alt persons In
terested in the cause of education are cor
dially Invited to be present.
EDWARD D PORTER,
A N ORDINANCE AUTHORIZING THE
ft PAVING of the beds of CER
Be It ordained by the CUy Council of Wll
bebtlonl. That the bed of Ninth street
"Otn the westerly side of Washington
street, to the easterly side of Monroe street,
oe and the same Is hereby authorised and
dioseted to be paved.
Passed at city Hall: August 1,
_ M.L. LICHTENSTEIN, President,
_ W.M H. FOULK. Cl-vk.
\OTICE.—CHARLES KYLE, WHOLE
i! BALK and retail manuiacturer oi pure
me Bream of all flavors. Excursions pic
Jm*. festivals, Ac., furnished at the lowest
™ies. AH ordero by mall promptly aitend
*a to. Cream ean oe bau at all times at
**!!* 84, 86 and »8, city Maiket house or
res deuce, corner 6th and Orange Street,
J«8*tf CHARLES KYLE.
lOTlCK.— 1 The mtmberf of St. Peter's
Deaeftcia,! Society will meet on Thurs
W evening the 5ih Inst., at 7)6 o'clock,
—rr tbe members are requested ta re pies
Sfl® 8 business of Importance will belaid
before them. By Order of tbe P. esldent,
_ JAME S MONAGHAN, Seo'l
HIS OCCUPATION GO NIC.
Had the Arkansa i "doctor" that "tappedt
fl, hi u ' aD . thlnklug he bad dropsy, bu,
» » S® L .° waU >r piououncei It • dry drop
hnd , 0 ' da y. be would, like Othello'
Fat .Hi occupation gone, for Allens Anil
pobIdJm ely . ve * eta bTe remeoy, sately, but
at irom 8
per week. Hold by all drug
WILL BE RUN
Ob Thursday, Sept. Bab 1878.
, RETURN AS FOLLOWS.
Leave Wilmington at 6 a. m. Returning,
leave Ocean City at 6 p. m. Arrive In
Wllminglon at 10.80 p. m.
Fare <9. Children half price.
Tickets good to return by regular trains
until Monday Beptember 9, only when pre
sented to and stamped by the Ticket Agent
at Ocean City.
Ocean City and its advantages and atr
tractions are now top well known to need
H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent;
I. N.Mills, Gen. Agt. Del. I>lv.
Geo.A. Dadmun, Gen Ticket Agt,
Philadelphia, Wilmington A Baltimore
ONE MORE EXCURSION
OJY FRIDAY, SEP
TEMBER 6 th 1878.
WILL RUN ANOTHER SPECIAL
The Sea-Side EeBort of Delaware,
AT THE FOLLOWING VERY LOW
RATES OF FARE
STATIONS. ». m.
ELKTONjtper Ex.) 5.08
MT. PLEASANT, 6.43
Returning, leave Rehoboth 6.00 p.
rive Wilmington 10.30 p. m., Newark 1.18 a,
m., Elklon 1.31 a. m.
Children under 12 years of age, half price
7 HOURS ON THE
Tickets will be good to return on Monday
Sep ten, her 9th onlv when stamped at the
Rehoboth Ticket Office.
H. F. KENNEY, Superintendent.
I. N. MILLS. Gen'l. Agtr Dels. Dlv.
G. A. DADMUN, Qen'l Ticket Agt
I NTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION.
Centennial Grounds, Philadelphia.
( SPECIAL cakp. }
DURING THE SUM M Hill VACATION,
and until September let, lue Managers have
decided to reduce the ra.e of admission as
. 6 "
ADULTS . .
CHILDREN • •
In order to give the i ltizou- anc especially
the children of Pul la.lc.pnla who cannot
leave the city during the warm weather an
opportunity of enjoying ihe many attrac
tions of the exhibition.
EXCUKSIONS, PO.IOOLS, AND
pic Nic parties
will be furnished wlih cool rooms and ta
ble accommodations .or lunching.
Of every description wlih Machinery In
station, together with m-w Mum cal and
other attractive teauirt-s dally, b.cludinf
Northcott. the g.cal cornet pi. yer, and
Mr TUEO C. K NA u FF. I.eeetab. aied organ
st Who Will perform evey * tfte j
UREST AMI* DalKHHBOL
is driving everything in tue °P"
position to tlie L>—s. * oi g^ods at the
Don't fall to call on
No. 6 East Fourth street,
AUCTION PALES called throughout the
country at lowest rates. _m3 4-3m
can make money taster at work loi u.
than at anything else, capital not re
quired; we win siart yon;
homemade by the industrious men.
women. boyB and glris wanted P«r day to
work for us; Now Is the time. Men U
outfit and termeflree. .Address True A. Oft
Wilmington, Del., Sept. 4 1878.
MINIATURE ALMANAC—THIS DAY.
Sun rises ..........5.811 Bon sets....
_-11.I6 a. m.
8.08 p. m.
B.BB p. m.
8.85 p. m.
.5.84 a. m*
....5,54 m. a*
THE WEATHER:—To-day itpromUdt
to be eooler and fair or partly cloudy.
1LOCAL TIME TAME.
Corrected Hay 18tb,1578.
TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON :
For Philadelphia—2n0b 6.44, 6.40. 6.65, 8.10,
9,00,9.47,19.00 a. m.; 12.37,18.40, 2.30,4.30.
5.46. 7.20, 9.46 p' m. On Sundays, 2.09,
5.44,810 a. m.; 5-00,6,30,9.46 p. m.
For New York-2.09.6.44, a. m.; 12.37, 18.40,
6 46 pm. On Sundays, 209,5.41 a m.
For Baltimore and Washington— 12.51, 1,16,
8.39, a m: 12A4, 18.59, 6.09, 10.26. p m,
On Sundays 12.51,1.16, a m; 10.26 p m.
For Port Deposit—4.56 p m. No Sunday
For New Castle-6.20, 9 80 a m; 1.05, 6.30 p
m. No Sunday trains.
For Delaware Railroad—9.80 am; 1.65, 6.30
p m. No Sunday trains.
For Wilmington & Northern Railroad—6.95
a m, 126.96.36.199 p m- No Sunday trains.
For Delaware Western Railroad—10.20, 5.80
p m. No Sunday trains.
TRAINS ARRIVE AT WILMINGTON!
Philadelphia—12.43. 1.66, 8.34, 9.24 a
rn , 12.08,12,44, I2.W7, 3 56, 4.51, 5-04, 6 25,
7.25,8.18,111.22, 11.15 p m. On Bundays.
12 43,1,06.10.10 a m; 7.85,10 22. 11.15 P m.
From New York-106 8.34, a m; 12.44,12 57
5 04, 10.22, pm On Sunday 1,06 a m;
10.22 p m:
From Baltimore—2.04, 5.40, 9.41 a m; 12.27,
12.35, 5.36,9 36 p m. Ou Bundays, 2.04,
5.40 a m; 9,36 p m.
From Washington—2,04, 5.40 a m.; 12.27,
12.35, 538, 9.38 p m.Oc Bundays, 2.04,
From Port Deposit—8 03 a m. No Sunday
From New Castle—7.65, 8.50 am.: 12.15 m.;
188.8.131.52 p m. No Sunday trains.
From Delaware Railroad—8.60 a. m,; 4 20,
12.15 p m. No Sunday trains.
Wilmington and Northern Railroad.
8 05,11.30 am.,7.35 p m. No Sunday train.
From Delaware Western Railroad—7.55 a
in.; 3-10 p m: No ft unday trains.
TRAINS FOR WILMINOTON LEAVE PHILA
From Broad street and Washington ave
nue—7.30, 8.00. 10.30, 11 45 a m ; 2.30, 8.30,
4.00,6.15, 6.00,6.15,9.45,11.30 * m. On Suu
days, 8.30, a m ; 6 00,9 45.1130 p m.
From Tblrtysecond and Market Streets—
7 25.1135 a m ; 12.10,4 60,9 25, p m; 1200,
midnight. On Sundays, 9 25pm; 1200
A BOY'S STRANGE VOYAGE.
PICKED UP—UNCONSCIOUS FROM STARVA
TION—ON A TREE IN THE MISSISSIP PI.
St. Louis, September 2. —Last Thursday
morning, five miles below Chester, on the
Illinois shore of the Mississippi river, and
sixty miles below St. Louis, a boy about
seven years of age was found In the river,
floating on the trunk of a huge cottonwood
tree, and from the evidence attainable at
present It appears certain that the little fel
low had been In this position five or six
days without food.
The little fellow was lying In a kind of
hollow en which bad formed In the trunk.
He was unconscious and In a high state of
fever, while his wasted form and emaciated
appearance bespoke long abstinence from
food. The men who found him lifted him
Into the skiff, rowed ashore and carried him
to a farmhouse, and medical assistance was
The boy remained for twenty-four hours
In a comatose condition, but yesterday he
began to give signs of consciousness. He is
still unable to converse, so that It Is not
known who he Is or where he comes from,
or how he came into auch a perilous posi
The presumption is that the boy must
have drifted on the trunk from some point
near the mouth ot the Missouri river, ven
turing upon the trunk while It was lying
close to the banks, and by some means it
became detached and was carried down the
stream by the current. Tbe trunk, for
tunately, was admirably fitted for a resting
place, as It was gnarled and hollow centres
were formed In it. Had It not been so he
must Inevitably have met with a watery
The little fellow must at least have bees
the trunk for five or six days, drifting
100 miles, during which time he, of course,
had no inatenance. The men who took him
off the tree said that io oae place the bark
appeared gnawed, which would indicate
that the lad, to appease the pangs of
hunger, actually nibbled and gnawed at the
RAILWAY ENTERPRISE IN NEW
The Newfoundland government has ad
dressed a circular to a number of prominent
American contractors inviting their atten
tion to a movement which is on foot looking
to the construction of a railroad across the
island fro m St. John's to St. George's bay,
some other convenient point on the west
coast. The Legislative Assembly of New.
foundland has resolved to vote an annual
subsidy of $120,000 to any Individual or
company which will take the matter in
band, besides granting liberal concessions
of crown lands for the purpose. The com
pletion of the proposed line would have the
effect of opening up enormous deposits of
copper, iron, coal, nickel, lead and other
minerals, which are now almose Inaccessi
ble, while it would also cut through th#
great pine and spruce forests of tbe in
terior, which are also at present utterly
useless. The construction of the r» ilroad
would shorten the ocean voyage by one
r raud Rebuked.
THE ELECTION FOR
ALLMOND THE SUCCESS
A GAIN IN ALL WARDS
AND A DEMOCRATIC
Right and justice triumphed yesterday.
The people of Wilmington may well be
congratulated upon their uprising to a true
conception of the wants of their munlclp
alty. Allmond, the successful and upright
merchant, who so worthily has performed
his duty as a citizen, la called to the
Mayoralty Uy over elx hundred majority of
tbe votes cast at the election. This is a
good day's work as It rebukes the aesutap.
tlon of political unfitness, and seals the
stamp of condemnation upon corruption
We have carried Councils so overwhelm
ingly that It throws upon us the entire re
sponsibility of the city government. Let
ua at this time, In the midst of our triumph,
resolve to practice the moat rigid economy
in the administration of our municipal
affairs. Thus we will satisfy the expets
tlons of the people, and deserve the confi
dence given to us, by the votes of our
SCENES AND INCIDENTS.
The day passed off very quietly, and no
serious rows occurred. Iu a number of the
wards a good bit of feeling prevailed and a
lively time was experienced, especially In
the first, Second, Fifth, Eighth and Ninth
wards. In the Fifth ward shortly after the
polls opened, a young man named Barney
McVey. residing on Windsor street, went
up and offered his vote, but It was reftised
by Thomas W. Savllle. Constable Pritch
ett insisted upon the vote being taken, but
Savllle savagely refused to do so, and
finally upon being pressed struck Mr.
Pritchett and the two men clinched. They
were forced apart by friends, but Savllle
was dissatisfied and drew a revolver in his
rage, threatening to blow a hole through
his opponent, but peace was at length re
Just before the Ninth ward polls closed a
crowd of some seventy-five or eighty ne»
grocs came up, and threatening to take
possession, behaved In a very disorderly
manner. Word was at once sent to the
police station, and as there were no police
men about, Chief O'Toole drove over, but
the Begroes having got wind of word being
sent for aid, had dispersed before he ar
At Fifth and Spruce street, the eastern
precinct of the Fourth ward, a ripple of ex
citement was created at about 5.30 o'clock,
when a man came up to vote and had his
vote challenged by John Gallagher, who
had been very drunk and quite abusive all
afternoon, and the man struck him. Gal
lagher then turned to officer Traynor and
ordered him to arrest the man, and imme
diately caught the officer by tbe collar and
commenced hauling him around the street.
Officer Traynor not being used te such
things of course did not enjoy It, and finally
settled the festive John with a smart blow
In the eye.
In the evening the colored iolks had a
warm contest In the western Precinct of the
Fifth ward by Jack Boston and Peter Blake
getting together and mopping up the gutter
with each other by turns.
WHERE THE GAIN LAYS.
The result gives * sweeping Democratic
victory throughout the whole city. The
vote exceeds that cast at the last mayoralty
by a hundred votes, and tbe Democratic
gain since then In the election foi Mayor is
In the neighborhood of 540 votes. Of the
ten candidates for council, which were voted
lor, six of the Democrats were elected, viz:
Mr. Huestsi in the First ward, Mr. Town
send in the Second, Mr. McGllnchey In the
Third, Mr. Hart In the Fourth, Mr. Rowe
In the Ninth and Mr. Lynch In the Tenth.
Of the holding over members, six are
Democrats and four are Republicans. Of
the new members six are Democrats and
four are Republicans, which will only give
the Republicans nine members counting
the President, and the Democrats twelve, or
majority of three.
By 9:30 o'clock the result became
sufficiently known to enable a fair idea that
the Republicans had auffered an Igno
minious defeat, and the water department
which had presented an animated scene
the early part oi the evening gradually
grew silent and desisted, and the brave
Captain and bis company threw down their
arms and dispersed to their homes as the
truth gradually forced itself upon their
minds. Not so with the Democratic head
quarters, in the Friendship engine house
where the wildest enthusiasm prevailed
which grew more and more Intense as the
returns continued to come In, which made
the success more assured.
At length, when all the returns were In
a band was engaged and a number of the
successful candidates were visited. The
flrst of whom called on was Mr. Allmond
who responded to the serenade 10 a very
pleasant and happy
From 10 o'clock
till after midnight the
wildest demonstrations of joy were preva
lent all through the city, ben«fires were
kindled In-' all parts of town and sent up
their lurid blaze: people shouted and
hurrahed in the fullness of their satisfac
tion and while many of the defeated Re
publlcaas slunk quietly home, many were
quite willing to give In and join In with the
expression of satisfaction.
Below we give the general result In the
city In a table, and after that tbe council
election In paragraph form.
First. - . -
Third, E. D. -
Third, W.'D. -
Fourth, E. D. .
Fourth, W. D. -
Fifth, E. D.
Fifth, W. D- -
Sixth, 8. D. -
Sixth, N. D. -
Seventh, E. D. -
Seventh, W. D.
Ninth, - -
COUNCIL MEN AN» INSPECTORS,
Council—P. B. Heusted, D. 232; Thomas
Johnson, R. 207.
Inspector—John Mitchell, D. 281; E, K.
Crawford, R. 163
Aselstant Inspecter—John T. Gibbons, D.
280; H. W. Mullln, R. 164.
Connell—B. F. Townsend, D. 354; John
R. Msrr, R. 179; majority 175.
Inspector—Joseph Bradford, D. 361; O.
Gouert, R. 174.
Asslstvnt Inspector—Dennis Callahon, D.
361; L. Grimes, R. 173.
Eastern Precinct, Council—J. McGllnchey
D. 127; Caleb T. Wlndle, R. 98; maj. 20.
Inapector—Edward Kane, D. 133; Wm. F.
Robinson, R. 99.
Assistant Inspector—Edward J. Dougher
ty, D. 129; Alex M. Sparks, R. 99.
Western District, Couacll—J. McGllnchey,
D. 177; C. T. Wlndle, 155; majority 20;
Inspector—E. McCall, D. 193; G. D. Lin-,
coin, R. 183.
Assistant Inapector—H. C. Duffy, D, 180;
J. B. Huntley, R. 150.
Eastern precinct, Council—A. J. Hart, D.
Ill; J. G. Baker, R. 86; majority 25.
Inspector—Wm. J. Morrow, D. 114; Wm.
H. Griffith, 83.
Assistant—John Sauerlander, D. 113:
Cnarles Barry, R. 83.
Western Precinct, Ceuncll—Alexander J.
Hart, D. 184; John G. Baker, 100; total
Inspector—Charles Sevier, D. 190; Samuel
M. Wood, R. 90.
Assistant Inspector—Joseph B. Nickerson
D. 199; Isaac G. Saxton, R. 88.
Eastern District, Council.—J- Carmichael
D., 148 ; Aaron Conrad, R., 187; Conrad's
pector—James Murphy, D., 145; B. T.
Assistant Inspector—H. C. Turner, D.,
143; S. File, R., 185.
Western District, Council—J. Carmichael,
D., 203; Aaron Conrad, R., 184; Carmi
chael's majority 19, Conrad's m«jority,
Inspector—B. J. McVeigh, D., 187; J. U.
Rudolph, R., 186.
Assistant Inspector— E. K. Lynch, D.,
188; Dr, C. A. Wilcox, R., 196.
North District, Council—James H. Price,
D., 113, H. W. Downing,'R., 131; Down
ing's majority 20.
Inspector—H. B. Morrow, D., 107; L. At
wood Zebley, R., 132.
Assistant Inspector—V. C. Walker, D.,
107; W. E. Harper, R., 127,
South District—H. W. Downing, 141, Jas
H Price, 133; Downing's majority 8; total
Inspector—R. P. TaRressey, D., 127;
Fred. Taylor, R., 144,
Assistant Inapector—H. O, Ogle D., 136;
Frank Lewis, R., 144.
Eastern District, Council—A. C. Crow,
D., 139. P. Chandler, R., 834; Chandler's
Inspector—W. J. Evans, D., 132; John F.
Ruth, R., 139.
Assistant Inspector—Charles L Daugh
ton, D, 132; J D Winslow, R, 337.
Western District—A C Crow, 70; P
Chandlers 72; Chandler's majority, 2; total
Inspector—Owen Klee, D, 67; J B Moore,
Assistant Inspector—J 8 Price, D, 68;
J M Casperean, R, 68.
Council—David R. Wells, D., 287; Peter
Wood, R., 291; mu}. 4.
Isspector—Jno. Quinn, D., 294' A. H.
Townsley, R., 291,
Aselstant—Jno. Muliin, D., 434; Edw.
Dougherty, R., 145.
Council—R. H. Rowe, D. 200; D. R. Smith
R., 126. maj. 74.
Inspector—E. H. Barr, D., 108; Jas. D.
Grimes, R., 123.
Assistants—G. T. Barnhill, D., 204; W.
H. Price, R., 124.
Council—L. F. Lynch, D., 496; 8. Coyle,
R., 147. maj. 374.
Inspector-Jas. McGrath, D., 430; W. T.
Logan, R„ 14S.
Assistant—Jno. Mullln, D., 434; Edw.
Dougherty, R., 145.
ARRESTS FOB ILLEGAL VO TOW.
Early In the afternoon a darkey named
Wm. Barrett was arrested by officer Dono
van and Cannon, on the charge of lending
his tax receipt and taken to the Hall.
John Rawlings was arrested by officers
Donovan and Cannon for creating a dis
turbance concerning the arrest of the negro
Aaron Kevins came to the Tenth Ward
and attempted to vote on
S ressed as to where be lived he said Mt.
luba, and officer Gibbons was directed to
arrest him, which be did.
Officer Trainer arrested a colored man In
the Eastern District, of the Fourth Ward
for attempting to repeat, he having voted In
Eighth Ward a short time previous.
Joshua Cooper came to the Eighth Ward
and swore that be had paid hla taxea within
two years, and voted, and an examination
afterwards showed that It was not true. He
Shortly after the dolls of the E»Jt.Pro
clect of the Fifth Ward opened, James
Wahl came up and voted on a false tax re
ceipt for which he was promptly arrested.
A number ot these negroes were held In
the sum of $900 by the Mayor, for their
appearance at the Police Station next
The St. Michael's Beneficial Society oi
St. Mary's church donated $25 to the New
Is it such an unusual thing for Mr. Hersey
to have a duster paid for that be mug',
chronicle the fact.
The N. G. L. P. will hold a meeting, this
evening, at Saengerbung Hall. All mem
bers are requested to attend.
Go out to the Wilmington Fife and Drum
Corps plc-nlc, at Rosendale Park, to-mor
row afternoon and evening.
Bear In mind that next Saturday the
nomination for a cand (date for the House
of Representatives will take place.
At Rosendale Park, on Thursday, the
Wilmington Fife and Drum Corps, will hold
their flrst plc-nlc. Tickets, 50 cents.
On Thursday, September 5th, the W1R
mlngton Fife and Drum Corps, will give
their flrst grand plc-nlc, at Rosendale Park^
Prof. EHinger's full string band will fur
nish music for the W. F. & D. C., plc-nlc at
Rosendale Park, to-morrow afternoon and
evening. Tickets, 50 cents.
By a typographical error In yesterday's
Herald Jesse Bingham was mentioned as
one who read an address on emancipation.
It should have been Jesse Beam.
Thirty thousand good cigars just secelved
and for sale, cheap at Chapman's great to
bacco market, southwest corner of Fourth
and Shipley streets, Wilmington, Delaware.
aug. 29, lw j f
The other day a person signing himself,
"Live Earle," tried to put a column and a
half communication In all the Wilmington
papers and falling In so, sought revenge hi a
letter In the Breakwater Light, in which he
called them all "abominably filthy,"
The late Presidential contest engendered
much "bad blood," which coolness and
judgment will correct. The "bad blood"
Induced by a persistent violation of Na
ture's great hut simple laws requires not
only coolness and judgment, but obedience
to hygienic measures and tbe proper use of
Dr. Bull's Blood Mixture to Insure Its purli
MEETINGS THIS (WEDNESDAY) EVENING.
Hope Lodge, No. 21,1.0. O. F., at Odd
Morning Star Division, No. 2, S. of T.,
In the MeClary Building.
Olive Branch Social Degree Temple, of
True Templar's at McClary's Building.
Delaware Council, Nd. 2, O. U. A.M
Mechanics' Hall, 219 King street.
Harmony Lodge, No. 5, A. O, of G, F.,
of Clary's Building.
Champion Lodge, No. 6, K. of P., at K,
M P. Hall, 211 Market street.
Oriental Lodge, No. 13, K. of P., Jr. O.
U. A. M. Hall, 511 Market street.
Cherokee Tribe, No. 4, I. O. R. Mj at
Marls Building, 6th and Shinlev streets.
THE WATER WE USE.
During the month of August the amount
of Mater pumped up by the watex works
and used by the city wae 102,173,960
gallons which give a dally average of about
Individual tastes will prevail in fall and
No bird is actually on the wing. Th#
wings are on the bird.
At Bath, Me., recently a young couple
were introduced, engaged, married and di
vorced, all within a week.
Fill your pocket# with strong Dutch
cheese, and the yellow fever won't come
within a dozen miles of you.—N. Y. Exp.
Mr. Beecher thinks Mr. Hayea would be
a model President in a time of comparative
peace, but be is not ior a time like this,
when there are eddies, conflicts and tides.
At Argenton, in France, a wolf in its
ioray attacked and severely wounded seven
persons, bnt was ultimately transfixed by a
youth aged seventeen, with a pitchfork,
while the mother chopped off tbakead. In
the stomach of the animal was tonnd the
thumb of a laborer he had just bltteu off.
A Paris journal has presented the lad with
a gold watch and chain lor hie pluck.
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