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DEMOCRATS IN MEETING.
A Mass Meeting Addressed by Governor Btggs. Hon. .lohn W. Causey, I.ewU C. Tandergrift and Hon. .lohn II. Penning ton. By Letter to Evening Journal. New Castle, Pel., Oct, 27.—The Young Men s Democratic Club of this city held a very large and enthusiastic mass meetiug at the Opera House last evening. The meetiug opened with the reading of the vice-presidents ami serre Jarirs by John H. Rodney, The Parlor Baud then played "Hail to the Chief." lieorge A. Maxwell was elected president *f the meeting. Lewis C. Vandegrift. |£sq., was the first speaker introduced Be spoke of the surplus in the United States treasury, and how it was growing larger owing to the high tariff on im ported goods. The speaker said that Hie mamifactun rs of this country paid very low wages to the Iniiorer and often hired foreigners at wages the laborer of the United States would not work for. In speaking of the treaty between Canada and this country he said that Canada was benefited by it. Ttie Parlor Band played a selection after which Hon. John B. Penlngton was introduced. After reciting a verse of poetry about memory, as he was an old resident of this city, he spoke of the surplus money and Mills bill. He said that should the" tariff on wool be reduced the wool trade would appreciate rather than depreciate, and that the wages paid the laborers would better and the prices charged would be lower. He showed by calculation that Delaware had paid $300,000 of the sur plus money in the United Slates treas ury. He said that the Republicans wanted the necessaries of life taxed heavily and the taxes ou whiskey and tobacco reduced. The speaker said that for thirty years HO state had been so well represented in Congress as the Diamond state. After the Parlor Band played "Columbia, the Gem of the Ocean ' Governor Bigg introduced. He said that it was the first time he ever stood before a New Castle audience ns anything but a candidate for office and that it was the first time lie bad the opportunity of thanking New Castle for their liberality for him for governor of the state. He said that lie would vote for Cleveland, because principles were of interest to tho Amori can people. He said too, that there was uo use for him to talk to the Democrats as he did not come to call the righteous, but sin ners to repentance. The that Moses was forty years in getting the children of Israel into Israel, but that the Democrats were only twenty four years getting into power. The governor was very loudly applauded throughout his apeech. Hon. John W Causey made the «losing address, in which he spoke of the relation of capital to labor. He criticised the way Mr Treat conducted his pay ment of laborers. The vice-presidents aud secretaries of the meeting were; Vice presidents— Albert Silver, Henry ;M. White, John H. Emory, Daniel McCoy,Richard G. Cooper, George Ball, Henry Foster, John C. Mahoney, H. I. Boric, !.. K. Kliason, John Shuhardt, George W. Dickerson, Gardner L. Jemison. Secretaries—John K, Connolly, Kvan G. Boyd, John R, Lambson. John Nichol son, John F. Campbell, James (>, Morgan, Robert Sutton, Christopher White, Wil Ham H. Hunter, Patrick Kelly, George W. Eokles, Patrick McGrory, James J. Toner, Samuel G. Landers] Alexander McCaughan Alvan Allen was on the stage, but nade no addi-ess. The old Court House is handsomely fcnd tastefully decorated for the enter tainment to be given in it to-night by the Hock Band Concert Company for the benefit of the M. Ë. Church. A temperance society of children was organized at IheM. K. Church last night. Frederick E. Bach, editor of the Kvrn mo* Journ al, will address ths Young Men's Republican Club at th* K, of P. ball this evening. -, was bis ovoruor said The K. O. E. expect a largo crowd at their fair in the old town kail this aven he Seminole Band of this city will go to Marshal Itou to play at a Republican mass meeting. J.Milt-on Davidson of the Morning News reports that he was the first person to drive over the new and elegant bridge over the narrow dyke, which was com pleted yesterday. The debate between Chauneoy Hoi comb snd Hugh Browne on the tariff question on Monday night next will be hold in the Opera House and not iu the court house as before stated. The Orion Club will present and varied programme on House stage to-night, including leans, several farces and recitations. a large the Opera a tab Rev. Mr. Ames's Position. At a general sociable of the Spring Garden congregation in Philadelphia, held last evening in the church parlor, the pastor, the Rev. Charles O. Ames, said, in conversation with bia parishion ers. that he had received no formal "call" from Boaton; that there had been respondent between him and James Freeman Clark's society; that he knew aaly from the newspaper* that a parish eommittee hod agreed to reeommend him for the pastorate, and that the Boaton eongregaliou would probably consider this recommendation on Sunday, (to morrow), when very likely other name« might be brought forward. It was true that Dr. Clarke had repeatedly expressed to Mr. Ames a wish that lie might succeed him ; but as Mr. Ames offered grave objections, he supposed the matter had been quietly buried with his friend. If the "call" should come, be said, he could not fore cast his decision and would gladly be ensed from the necessity of opening auch a question. He would make no change unless for clear and commanding reasons, but would try to act as one under orders —if only the orders could Jbe understood. ru» i'<»r ex Third Ward Itluus. A young Republican gives an amusing account of the break-up of the Demo cratic meeting at Fourth and Monroe streets on Thursday evening, going home and stopped long enough to witness the adjournment, about fifty grown men close up to the stand, be said, and six or seven the platform, including Messrs. Handy. Lynam and Chance orators. One of the men on the platform jumped geticaliy and said: "And i cheers for Cleveland the whole tiaket !" The men on the platform pulled off their hats, swung them aloft aud cheered lustily, but not a man in tho crowd responded. The youag Republican be lieves that it was a Republican meetiug with Democratic speakers. He was There were men on up ener now three Smyrna "Record" Loro Tap*. H "Finis" will be written at the end of the 30th volume of the history of the Æatüsbury Dynasty one week from next ^Tuesday. Charles McWhorter is unable to speak during this campaign. That is clear Democratic gain—not much, but stil! gain. It is just possible that the'trustee of the Potter estate may be aide to bull doze a few ton»ats into ouiuug me regular -ticket, vte know another politician who may try the same caper. Disreputable. That describes it. A METHODIST CENTENNIAL. Celebration of Upper Peninsula Hethort Isin at Newark Next *1 out It, The program for the centennial of Methodism on the upper Peninsula, which will lie held in the M. E. Church at Newark, Rev. N. M. Browne, pastor, on Sunday and Monday, November 25 and 27, is as follows; On Sunday morning, Novemlier 2ô, Rev. J. Hepburn Hargis, H. P., whose father labored successfully in building up the church within the bounds of the Wilmington Conference, will preach Rev. A. K. Street of the New Jersey Conference invited to conduct the centennial love feast on Sunday afternoon. Mr. Street was licensed to preach by a quarterly con ference of Cecil circuit, held in White man's woods, near Christiana, September 5, 1829, Rev. Jacob Todd, P. !>.. of this city, will preach in the evening. Monday, November 20, will lie devoted to histori cal papers, personal reminiscences and a general review of the past 100 years of work. Rev. W. L. S. Murray, Ph. P., will give a sketch of Methodism, as it is to day on the Peninsula. The Methodist Preachers Association of this city have accepted an invitation to attend iu a body. There will be a re union of all former pastors now living during the meetings. The charges which have deueloped out of old Cecil circuit are desired to send representatives to the celebration. has been I .ami Kxr in.Ion to Wert Virginia anil Virginia. On November 18th tho Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Company will sell round trip excursion tickets from Philadelphia, Wilmington, Del., Newark, Del., and Chester, Pa. .to Winchester. Middletown, Woodstock, Harrisonburg. Staunton and Lexington, in Virginia, and Romney, Keyaer, Grafton, Clarksburg and Fair mont in West Virginia at one fare for the round trip. Tickets good 39 days and permit slop over privileges in Vir ginia and West Virginia. Rales of fare are os follows: From From From From Phil- dies- Wil. New - adol- ter, tiling, ark, pilla. Ti ton, Del. Del. Pa. I'n Winchester, Va . S H.Ö0 $ «.25 $ 5.85 $ 5.50 Middletown, Vit Woodstork. Va . 7.55 7.3« «.HO «.45 HarriHonbtn'tf, Vu . h.ho 8.45 8.05 7.7« Staunton, V». 9.«5 »,;w h/.w h.55 laixlngton, Vm. 1«.8« 10.45 10.05 0.70 Romney, W. Va . 8.45 8.10 Keyser, W.Va. 8.85 8.50 8.10 Grafton, W. Va. 11.20 10.85 10,45 10.10 nai-kalmr«, W. Vu 11.85 II.50 11.10 10.75 Fairmont. VV. Vu . 11.80 11.45 11.05 10.70 7.00 8.55 7.7« « Trains will leave as follows: A. M. A. M. I*. M. . 7.«« 11.00 5.90 . 7.18 11.18 5.5ÄJ . 7.J8 11. >'8 5.40 7.58 11.58 «.00 Passengers taking tin* 7.00 a. m. train will arrive ut «lest ination same day. Persons seeking new homes should avail themselves of this opportunity to examine a country rich in natural re sources waiting development. Farm lands are cheap, manufacturing sites are numerous and obtainable at remarkable low prices. Markets are convenient, schools are excellent, climate is unsur passed. For information about lands, address, M. V. Richards. Land Agent, B. & O. H. R.. Baltimore, Md.. for particulars about this excursion apply to C. R. Mackenzie, 888 Chestnut street. Philadelphia. Pa.. I>. D. Courtney, T. P. A.. B. & ()., Reading, Pa., or agent« of the B. & O. R. R., Wilmington. Del., Cheater, Pa., or Newark, Del. Philadelphia. Chester. "Wilmington. Newark. PENINSULA NEWS PARAGRAPHS. The Delawarean savs; "Fifteen dol lars is the price that those running the so-called Democratic campaign are offer ing for negro votes. " Messrs. Grier Brothers of Milford, Del., have completed their arrangements the establishment of their irom and brass foundry at Salisbury. A lot has been secured at the depot and a building will for be erected at once. The prohibitionists held a mass meet ing in the court house, Denton, Thursday evening. The house was packed. Walter F. Harman of Centreville, candidate for Congress, and Rev. Alfred Smith of Cambridge, made speeches, and Itev. Ralph T. Coursey of Hurloek's sang sev eral solos with fine effect. It was a sad spectacle for Democrats to see at the Magnolia meeting a prominent speaker running from store to store beg ging life-long Democrats to come out and hear him orate on the virtues of unit rule Democracy. Sad days indeed for the once proud Democracy of old Kent county, when the gruât Adonis has to beg men to listen to his piece.—Dover Delawarean. Weather. Delaware and Maryland, Ip. Cloudy to fair weather, northeasterly winds. New m. : York Herald forecasts :—A large anti cyclone has developed over the Canadian maritime provinces and thence southward to Cape May. It will proba bly more slowly to the eastward, followed by rain aud high easterly winds on the Atlantic coasts. Temperature rose slightly in the United States yesterday, except in the Northwest. The chief min imum was 23 degrees, at Bismarck, D. T. ; the chief maximum was 80, at Key West. In the Middle States cloudy to partly cloudy, slightly warmer weather anil fresh to brisk easterly aud southerly winds will prevail, with rain on the coasts, followed by clearing in this tion. On Sunday in this section partly cloudy to fair, cooler weather and fresh to brisk southwesterly to northwesterly winds will probably prevail, and Monday colder, fair weather. A "cold wave" will probably reach this section Sunday. Baynard's thermometer ; 7 a. m., 49; 9 a. m., 53; 11 a. in., 56; 1 p. m., 58. "CC on Opening of Chess Tournament. The Wilmington Chess Club held the first of a series of simultaneous chess games at its room last evening. George Tatnall played against all comers and won from E. Uoslin, J. 1). Chalfant, L. A, Bertolette. Professor W. W. Foulke, W. J. Ferris. E. S. Flauuigau and E. T. Betts, drew with W. Knox (J. H. Kerr and Harry Thomas, hibitious will take place on every other Friday evening until the end of the sou, aud the winner will be presented with Stelnetz's chess book. No Democratic Enthusiasm. A Republican writing to the Evening Journal from Laurel, Sussex county, Del., says: "The Democratic meetings hi this county are being very poorly tended. A. P. Robinson. Esq., and R. C. White, Esq., both of Georgetown, spoke to a mere handful at Laurel last night. The rain is interfering with both the Demo cratic and Republican meetings.'' Tendered Hls Résignât iota J. Dallas Marvel, second lieutenant of Company I, N. Q. D., of Laurel, has ten dered bis resignation. It lias been for warded to the governor, but has not yet been acted upon. and lost to The ex ut James F. Wood & Co. arc making the t frame bunumgs secure by covering them i with iron. They have covereu quite a | number already ' aud gives entire satis 1 faction. Making Frame lluU.llug* Secure. rnr. ktckkk max. Wo take tlio following from the last iseue of the Arlaona Kicker ; A Nkw Dbpaetubb.—N ext week wo shall begin the publication of au agricultural department In the Kicker, thus making a year's subscription ton times ns valuable as at present, without Increasing the cost to subscribers. Wo have mode arrangements with a tenderfoot who struck the town with out a cent to take charge of the new depart ment. Ho is a sailor by trade, and wo now have him out In the country learning the dif ference between a coyote and a Hubbard squash. He may make a tew blunders on the go-off, as he sticks to It that potatoes ought to grow on trees, and that wheat grows wrong end to, but be is a hummer and will get there hy and by. ileraember, this depart ment docs not increase the subscription price at all. Wo are simply trying to publish a paper worth MUD a year for $2. Not Disappointed.—T he common council has awarded the city printing to the Weekly Tom Cat, as was expected, and that dish-rag of a sheet is giving us the grand crow. Wo are not disappointed. Wo put in the lowest bid, and we have the largest circulation, but the alderman owed us one. The Kicker has recorded sud exposed them ns forgers,thieves ami gamblers, and they do not think of us with unkindness. And, too, they are under lasting obligations to tho raw-boned, knock kneed, cross-eyed, bow-backed old hyena who runs the opposition paper. Had he not been a member of the last grand jury, every mother's sou of 'em would have gone to prison. Wo have no tears to shed, gentlemen. You are on top jast now, but wait a few weeks. Wo are working up your pedigrees, and Billy Pinkerton is coming this way iu October I Let Him Go.—J. Y. Z. Hopkins, familiarly known to our citizens as "The Young Crow bar of the Rockies," culled ot the office yes terday and stopped his paper, because, as ho explained, "it had no literary merit." We arc glad to ha rid of him. Uo hasn't got brains enough to appreciate a good thing when it is held under his nose. No literary merit! Grout Scots, but how some people are built 1 Wo have been looking over the last three numbers, end wo find that they average three murders, two hangings, Uvo robberies, two elopements and two ship wrecks each, and the testimonials ot thoso who liavo been cured of consumption, gout and rheumatism are not slow reading by any means. While we are glad to see Mr. Hop kins go, wo shall keep an eye on his future movements. If he has escaped from some eastern Idiot asylum our people ought to know it. Thanks.—O ur thanks are due Mrs. Gon. Bhiff for a peek of boautiful onions, sent in a day or two ago. Also, to Mrs. Judge Hen d risks for six toothsome sandwiches and a dozen pickles. Also, to Maj. Hayes for two pounds ot butter and a slice of bam. it is generally known that we board ourselves, and our friends vie with each other In loading our tabla with delicacies. Wo pity the man with out friends. P. 8.—Subscribers will please excuse the looks of the Kicker this week. The two pounds ot buffer mentioned above got mixed with our Ink by accident, causing tho latter to run to freely. Wo have added some pul verized clay to the lot, and expect the Ink to Ihiekcn up before our next issue.—Detroit Free Press. At «lu- XV run g F.nd. L3 jäh • \ ' ißf,* a •:'v W A! 1 m m i \d ■ I Johnnie (astride tlie turtle): That't It. Jimmie, punch him again I When he gets mil mad and pops his head out, I'll jam this stieb down and ketch him round tho neck. You can tool them that way every time. a* y,. 7 ; § T 5 O* \; w In thinking it over afterwards they con cluded they had been working at tho wrong end.—Lite. A Terrible Life. "I don't understand women," remarked a postman, "and"—after a pause—"1 don't be lieve I want to, either." '■What's tho matter?" "If X hand a letter to a woman she looks at mo severely and says : 'What 1 only one?' II I give her six, she says ; 'What 1 only six?' and If 1 had a hundred for her she would make the same remark. It I have only a paper to deliver —well. It's a terrible life to load."— N. Y. Sun. Careful of tlie Book. Young Author (making a call)—I see you have my new book on the table. Misa Uam momly. Miss Hammerely-Oh, yes, Mr. Preface, and we have found it so interesting. Young Author (taking tho book)—I notice some of Hie leaves are not cut. Miss Hamraersly- -Er— no, Mr. Preface; we are careful to keep it fresh as long as posai ble.— N. Y. B un. __ Learning, a Dungerou* Thing. Uncle Mastue (to his young liopeful>— Dol pliue, yo' young rascal, yo' take dat slate pen cil outen yo' mout an' stop chewin' it I Dolphus—Yes, pa. Uncle Rufus—Den' yo' know it am danger ous to de linin' ob de stummaek to chew slate pencils? Borne day eddloation will kill yof chile, kill yo' she'— N. Y. Sun. A Careful Mother. Bad little boy (to good little boy)—Hoy, Johnny, does yer wan' ter take a hand in the ball game? Good little Boy—No, I thank you; mj mamma doesn't allow me to play with bad boys. Had little boy —What's de matter—does youi ma t'ink you'll make de bod boys wusai -Lite. flow He Loved Her. Emma (who has $20.000 a year ot her own)— Do you think, Fanny, that he lovea ma foi myself atone? Fanny (who has had experience)—Tee, In deed 1 Ot coursa he oaunot marry youi money without you, and I really think hi would as soon love you with it; and that is l passionate sort of love—fox - man .—Ufa. Baby's Thoughts. From the Epoch. "Why, John, what is the matter with baby?" she said, as she came hastily into the house. ' "He is crying bitterly. ,T "Yes. replied the old man, as lie banded tho infant over; "he is evidently think ing of what the governor of North Caro lina said to the governor of South Caro lina." Watch Club. No. 2, is being formed by Eri U, Barton, jeweler, No. SJ East Seventh street. PASTOR INSTALLED. Ilev. Mr. Osmond Given In 1'resbyterlan Church. A special session of the Presbyterian of New Castle was held in the Elktou Presbyterian Church on Monday night for the purpose of receiving into the presby tery Rev. Samuel M. Osmond, 1). 1)., for merly of Lawrence, Kan., nnd installing him as pastor of the church there, which he was unanimously elected eral months ago. Ilev. John Squies, Port Deposit, presided, and propounded the usual questions to tho pastor congregation. Rev. Lafayette Marks of this city gave a scriptural reading and offered prayer. Rev. Mr. Keigwin of this city preached. Rev. James Vallandigham of Newark,Pel., charged the pastor, and Rev. J. B. Ran dall of Lincoln University, Oxford, Pa., charged the congregation. Other clergy men present were Rev. Mr. McPowell of Brandywine; Rev. Mr. Malone of Newark, Pel.; Rev. J. R. Milligan of Zion, and Rev. Mr. Patterson of New Castle Pel. Charge of Klkti h. sev of and I have been a sufferer front catarrh for the past eight years. Having tried a number of remedies advertised as "sure cures" without obtaining any relief, I hail resolved never to take any other patent medicines, when a friend advised me to fry Ely's Cream Balm. I did so with great reluctance, but can now tes tify witli pleasure that after using it for six weeks I believe myself cured, most agreeable Balm.— Brooklyn. It is a remedy—an invaluable Joseph Stewart, 1Î24 Grand Ave., Important to I.tidies. You know the advantages and disad vantages of Mrs. Pott's Irons. We have a new one much finer and durable and no objectionable qualities. Price also lower. Set of throe and holder and stand, $1.25. Also ask to see our "Monarch" griddle. Bakes cakes all one thickness and size. Housekeeping Department, Row's China Depot, 413 King street. Doing 1» Splendid Business. |-|James F. Wood & Co. are doing a splen did business in stoves, heaters and furnaces, covering frame buildings with iron, tin roofing and spouting, cov ing pipes with the American covering. All kinds of repairing and fixing up of heaters, furnaces and pipes. Over «30,000 Worth of lots sold at Creston within ten months from time of opening this tract. Office, 712 Market street. If you want a comfortable neat fitting shoe at a reasonable price, order from R. D. Gates. See advertisement. MARRIED. HECK—BAVIDHON.—October 2ft. by Rev. F. W. Overhlser. at No. 507 West T struct, Alfred C. Heck to Miss Mattie A. Dav ids -Mi, l>oth of Wiluilng'on. Del the enth DIED. JACK.- In this city, on the 25th instant, Catherine Jack, aged 85 years. M()RROW,—In this city, October20, William II, Morrow, aged 81 years. CARR.—In this city, on October 2*5, Janies ( înrr, ag« •! s« > cars. WM. B. SHARP & CO. MOURNING ;and BRACK FABRICS. Henrietta. rent Cloth, Trient hie, Mervillenx, Cashmere. Vuii'h Veiling, Drap d'Alma, Courtauld Crape», Clairette, llliadame», A rd mn re. Satin (i'l.yon, I inline Cloth, Prliieetta, Satin Luxor, *Gro» Grain Khad zauilr. C The Best Black Goods to buy. The Best Black Goods to weai. The Best Assortment here. Fourth and Market Sts. UNDERTAKERS. riTHOMAS MITCHELL. UNDERTAKER AND EMBAUMER, No 412 King streeet, Wilmington, Del. , Residence No.JHU5 Madison street. Telephone 312. I. B. MARTIN. UNDERTAKER AND EMBAUMER, OFFICE NO. DOS, RESIDENCE flWÎSHlPLE Y STREET. Telephone call 13. Calls at night promptly attended to. f DR. DE HARDT'S PENNYROYAL PILLS, $i. Sold by Druggests. Also by mail. Address, MONTGOMERY A CO., No. am N. Ninth Ft., Philadelphia, Pa. TH0S. F. HANLON, NO. 9 EAST SEVENTH STREET. FIRE INSURANCE AT LOW RATES. First-class companies. Losses promptly paid. Household Goods insured. SHOES TO ORDER. ALL HAND SEWED. On receipt of postal can! a competent person will call at vour Rwn bench or Plack otJHusi* N khs mul take your measure for any kind of style of Shoe, Laoiea' or Gent'», and deliver them at a price Having you at least «11.50 to i'J.o» a pair. No Cash Advance Asked. Th© roods recommend themselves. Workmanship and easy fit guaranteed. W© visit Wilmington one© a week. Address R. D. GATES, 1801 N. 19 th St.. Philadelphia. JOHN M. SOLOMON, COAL. WOOD, LIME, SAND Cement, Plastering Hair, Calcined Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Clay, &c. TARD, FRONT AND CHURCH STS. Main Office, Mo, 3 West Third Street. Telephone No. II«. PEN NIKS AND SMALL CHANGE (Ai\ BE HAD AT THE COUNTING ROOM OP 1HE EVENING JOURNAL. PROPOSAI«. pilOl'OSALS. Scaled propowla will he received bv the Trustees of the Poor of New Castle comity until 9 o'clock a. m. of October ill for supply ing the Almshouse and Insane Department from October 31,1838. to January 30, isso, with beef, mutton, salt pork, bread, groceries, flour and feed, dry goods, clothing, drugs and medi cines. tobacco, shoes and carpet slippers and gasoline Bids for beef will lie forquarters, la proportion of one bind quarter with the kidney fat taken out, with three fore quarters, out cattle well fatted and dressing not less than 500 pounds. Bids for mutton will tie for fore quarters only. Gasoline must not be .of a le;s standard of gravit yfthan 33 degrees. .Schedules containing the approximated .«lit or quantity of goods required lor the quarter will he furnished to bidders for gro ceries. dry goods, drugs, clothing, shoes and slippers. nperlntendent will be at the Alms house* all day on Saturday,the 27th, and Mon day, the 29th, to give any information and pies of the goods required to be fur nished by bidders. All supplies to be delivered at the Alms house at such times and in such quantities as may be required. The Trustees of the Poor reserve the right to reject any or all bids. allow a NOTICES. N OTIC'E. STATE OF DELAWARE. I Treasury Department, New Castle. Delaware, ) î liable All persons who pay a Stale tax for the manufacture of spirituous and alcoholic liquors for the year and 1887, as required by Section 0, Chapter 884, Vol. 18, Laws of Delaware, are hereby not I tied, to settle at once or the matter will be placed in the hands of the attorney-general. WILLIAM HERBERT, State Treasurer. N otice.—county tax office, no. ••UMj Market street. Take notice that the county taxes for 1333 are long past due, andall taxes not settled by October the 15th we will proceed to levy and collect the same with costs. JOHN T. DICKEY, Collector of First district, all south of Sixth street. PATRICK NE ARY. Collector of Second district, all north of Sixth street. PUBLIC SALES, PUBLIC SALE OF PERSONAL PROIE * KRTY -Will be soldat public sale on the premises211.1 Washington street, on Wednes day, "1st of October, 13S3. at 1(1 o'clock a. m. The household furniture, comprising Chairs. Tables, Bureaus, Bedsteads and Bedding. Car pets, Rugs, Glassware, Dishes, Stoves, etc., etc. Terms cash. A. ADD1E WRIGHT, L. W. Stiuham & Son, Administratrix. Auctioneers. LICENSE APPLICATIONS. VfOTlCE. 1. JAMES i tenant of the house situated at No. 517 Ea fc t Fourth street, in the Fourth ward of the city of Wilmington, county of New Castle und State of Delaware, in compliance with the requirements of the acts of the Gen eral Assemby in such case made and provided, do hereby give notice that I shall apply in writing to the Court of General Seesions of the Peace ami Jail Delivery of the State of Delaware, in and for New Castle county, on MONDAY, the 19th day of November A. 1)., 1888, being the next term of said oourt, for a license for said house as an inn or tavern for the sale therein of intoxicating liquors in less quantities than one quart, to be drunk on the premises, ami the following respectable citi zens of said ward recommend t la* said applicu lion, vi/: George A. Frazer, George Albert, Thomas B Eaton, J. M. Slngley, John \V. Crossley, Hugh .1. Taylor, James C. Hartley, J. H. Green, John C. Susse, C. A. Robb, Charles Sommer, Dennis Kane, Fried rieh Meyer, John U, Rigney, HEAL, THE George J. Egle, James F. McGonigal, John P. Hanson, John W. Bradford, ( apt. John Heacock, John H. Sa ville. Fred. C. Maimell, J. H. Schafer, A. P. Rose, William Pantlen, George W. Slngley, Charles Mammele. Joseph Taylor. JAMES S. HEAL. BANKING AND FINANCIAL. R. R. ROBINSON & CO., BANKERS AND BROKERS Corner Fourth and Market Streets. FOR sale. 2 share» Wilmington Coal Ga» Co. stock. Stocks bought and sold in tho New York, Philadelphia and Boston markets on commis sion. Letters of credit given, available In all parts the world, and draft« on England Ireland, France, Germany and Swit zerland issued. _ THE ARTISANS' SAVINGS BANK, NO. 503 MARKET STREET. Open dally from 9 o'clock a. ra. until 4 p. m., ana on Tuesday and Saturday from 7 to 8 p. MONEY LOANED ON MORTGAGES. Gbo. W. Bush, President. E. T. Taylor, Treasurer. Jos. M. Matekbr. Secretary. ■ Geo. S. Capsule, Vice President. DR WORTH'S CODGH SYBDP Is the most speedy and certain cure for all dis eases of the Throat. Lungs and Cheat, such as Coughs. Croap, Sore Throat, Whooping Cough. Asthma, Bronchitis, Pleurisy. Spitting of Blood, Inins in tho Chest, etc. It does not only dry up a Cough, but loosens the Phlegm mid allays tho Inllamiiiation, thereby permitting nature to heal the diseased parts. For Sore Throat, Bronchitis and Hoarseness this remedy is unequaled, also for Coughs after Measles. For long standing and consumptive Coughs this is the remedy. PRICE, 25 CENTS. poa saue nr E. T. D1LW0RTH, 2nd & Jefferson Sts. John P. Donahoe BOTTLER OF Ale, Porter, Brown Stout and Lager Beer CIDER AND MINERAL WATERS. 517 and 519 Orange Street Sole Agent and Depot for Delaware of th* Bartholomay Brewing Co.'e Rochester I-ager Beer. Sole agent for Massey & Co.'s Philadel phia Breweries, Massey's Brown Stout. X. A.X, XXX Ales and Porters. Orders by mail will receive prompt atten tion. Goods shipped to anv port, free on boarf P. PLUNKETT & CO., IMPORTERS AND Wholesale Dealers in GIBSON, HÄNN1SVILLE, OVERHOLT and ML VERNON Pure Rye Whiskies, IN BOND AND FREE 108 and 110 MARKET STREET WILMINGTON. DEL. MUSIC. S. H. BAYNARD, JEWELER, S. W Cor. Fifth and Market, JEWELRY WILMINGTON, DEL. SILVERWARE. CLOCKS PENNIES AND SMALL CHANGE CAN ÔK HAD AT THE COUNTING ROOM Ol THE EVENING JOURNAL. Carlsbad China. We have secured » very large lot, and, to make them have marked at the following very low prices. The ware is first selection, quires an expert to tell them from the real French China. Tea Plates, per doz.. Breakfast Plates, per doz.. Dinner Plates per doz., Tea Cups and Saucers, per doz, 1 ..'58 Coffee Cups and Saucers, per doz., more lively, we It re ♦ 1.00 1.25 1.50 1.60 John Russel Silver-Plated Ware. Tea Spoons, 2 oz. plate, Tea Spoons, (i oz. plate. Dessert Spoons, 3 oz. plate, Dessert Spoons, !< oz. plate, Forks, 3 oz. plate, Forks, !) oz. plate, Table Spoons, 4 oz. plate, Table Spoons, 12 oz. plate, $1.80 3.25 3.65 5.75 3.65 5.75 4.25 6.50 1847 Rogers Bros. Table Knives. 12 oz. plate, per doz., $3.60, LAMPS. The Rochester Improved, as near perfect as any lamp we know of, from $3.25 to $18.00. Onr line of medium-priced wares has been very much enlarged. Show rooms open until i» o'clock p. m., all accessible by a John Taylor Safety Electric Elevator. You are respectfully invited to call. WILLIAM LAWTON, NO. «11 MARKET STRKKT. REAL ESTATE. WANTED. \\TANTED-TO buy a new «.room ▼ ▼ brick hous e. Addre*» A. A.,jthis office, FOR SALE. POR SALE —Five six-roomed house», F Third street between Harrison and Franklin; bath and all modern improvements. DANIEL M< KENNEY. N. E, corner Third and Monroe. REAL ESTATE. A LARGE THREE STORY DWELLING FOR SALE, on Third street between Jefferson and Madison streets. H. D. WALTER No. 3 W. SEVENTH STREET. ... . UTrn n _ _ _, WAiiTtD." KentS tO COI loot. Monthly or quarterly settlements with full item jjted statement. HAWKINS & co., 712 Market Street. ft 4 ! f; Bk fa ■y Jl Jr* Jll BEST MADE Clothing IN PHILADELPHIA FOR Men, Youth and Children. A. C. YATES & CO •9 SIXTH AND CHESTNUT. LEDGER BUILDING. Timely Warning There is no better time than the present to give your heater and heater pipes a little atten tion. They may be in perfect order, and they may not, More than likely the latter. You can save time, fuel and expense by having us put everything in good shape now. Telephone No. x 20. JAMES F. WOOD & CO. Front and Orange Streets. Oculists' Ortlers Filled SPECTACLES rriQ çiTTTj ATT Tr'T.r-pC' A. E. ÏÏILL1ÜS0H, 105 West 8th Street REGISTER'* ORDER. JV EGISTEH'B ORDER REGISTER'S OFFICE. Nkw Castle County,D el.,Oct. SÎ, 1833 1 non the application of FranoisT.Olymer, .ad ministrator of James Kigliter lute of Wilming ton hundred, in said county, deceased, if is or dered and directed by the register that the Ad ministrator aforesaid give not ice of gran ting of Letters of Administration fate of the granting thereof, by- causing advertise ments to be jHisted within forty days from the date of such letters in six of the most oublie places of the county of New Castle, requiring all persons having demands against the estate to present the same, or abide by an Act of Assembly in such case nutdo and pro vided; and also cause the same to be inserted within tlic same jieriod in the Evening JOUKSAI,, a III ton, Del., » ■ upon tho es deemsed, with tho dato of nvspaper published in Wilming* d to he continued therein three weeks, e. o. d. Given under the hand and Seal of Office of tiie register aforesaid, at Wilmington, iu New Castle county* aforesaid, the day and year above JOHN K. BRADFORD, Register. ! ' . written. .... NOTICE. # .I Pf rfton9 having claims against the estate k deceased must present the sanie, duly attested,to the Administrator on or before Oet. IHM.», or abide the Act of Assembly in such case made and provided. l 'RANCIS T. CLVmER, Administrator. Address : v\ Umlng ton Del. OBQISTEB'B ORDER. REGISTER'S OFFICE, New Casti.k County. Del., Oct. 5, 188«. s' Upon the application of Security Trust & Safe Deposit Company, administrator of Edward E. Strauss, late of Wilmington hundred, in said county, deceased, it is ordered ami directed by the register that the administrator aforesaid gi ve notice of gran ting of let te rs of Ad m I ni st ra tion upon the estate of the deceased, with the date of granting thereof, by causing adver tisements to be posted within forty dava from the date of such Letters in six of the most public places of the county of New Cas tle, requiring all persons having demands against the estate tooresent the same, or abide by an Act of Assembly in such case made and provide«! ; and also cause the same to be in serted within the same period in tho Evening Journal, a newspaper published in Wilming ton, Del., and to be continued therein three weeks e. o. d. - Given under the hand and Seal — . of Office of the Register aforesaid, L. S. / at Wilmington, in New Castle ' —' county aforesaid, the day and year above written. JOHN K. BRADFORD, Register. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of the deceased must present the same, duly attested to the administration on or before Oc tober 6, 133«, or abide the Ait of Assembly in such case made and provided. SECURITY TRUST * SAFE DEPOSIT COMPANY. Administrator. Address; Wilmington, Del. TIEQISTEH'B ORDER. REGISTER'S OFFICE, N Ew < 'astle County, Del , Oct. 35, Jg*s. i Upon t he application of George M. C. Miller, admlnstrator, c. t. a. of Elizabeth W. Robin son, late of Wilmington hundred, in said county, deceased, it is ordered and directed by the Register that the administrator aforesaid give notice of granting of Letters of Adminis tration, c.t. a. upon the estate of the deceased, with the date of granting thereof, by pausing advertisements to be posted within forty days from the date of such Letters in six of the most public places of the county of New Cas tle, requiring all persons having demands against the estate to present abide by an Act of Assembly in such case made and provided; and also cause the same to tie inserted within the same period in the Even ing Journal, a newspaper published in Wil mington, Del., and be continued therein weeks, e. o. d. Given under the hand and Seal , — — , of Office of tlie Register aforesaid ' r c ' at Wilmington, in New Castle , county aforesaid, the day and year ' above written. JOHN K. BRADFORD, Register. ■ the same, or three NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estate of the deceased must preseni the Iome. duly attested to the Administrator, on or before October 2T>, 133» or abide the Act of Assembly iu such case made and provided. GEORGE M. C. MILLER. ; Administrator, c. t. a. j Address; Wilmington, Del. do* 1 fd / 'Sk ji THIS man thought ho knew it all, and TURNEI) UP HIS NOSE at our low-priced goods because they were low. He paid two prices for an inferior article, which led lag wife to TURN DOWN HIS NOSE. All kinds of Furniture. Carpets, Beddings. Stoves, Blankets, Comforts, Etc. For Cash, Weekly or Monthly Payments. THOMAS GRINSELL, S. E. Cor. 2d and Orange. Openjevery evening till ( o'clock. Drawing Instruments. We have the exclusive control of a new make of DRAWING INSTRU MENTS, specially intend ed for Drawing School purposes. They are in handy leather cases, made to carry in the pocket. Prices from 50 cents to $3.50 per set. PHILLIPS & KANE 1 Paints ami Artists' Materials, No. 5 East Fourth Street. D H. T. A. KEAHLË8, Dermatologist, 9 a. m. to 12 m. m. to 5.3« p. m. p. m. to 8.30 p. m. Gynecologist Office hours: ISi Specialties: Diseases ot the skin ana disease« of women Treatment in both branches by the new adapts« tion of electrlclt Electrolysis or ^Electrical Surgery. 981 MARKET STREET. Wilmiiuttnn. Del. Perry's Railroad Freight Express P„ W. & B. FREIGHT STATION, Will deliver goods to and from all freight de pots to places of business or residences on ar rival or departure of trains at reasonable rates. Consign your freight aad packages to care of Perry's Express if you want 1 promptly and cheaply. Office. PINE STREET BELOW FOURTH. Telephone call No. 442. Orders by mail promptly attended to. JOHN K. PFHRY. Pron. them delivered JOSEPH H. WOOD, Successor to B. Pritsch, Mamifacturef of all kinds of Hand-cut Files and Rasps. Ail kinds of Grinding and Jobbing dons. NO. <&> KING 6 it LEI.