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Work of the Board of Foreign Missions. REVISING THE BOOK OF PRAYER. 81* of the Proposed Changes Concurred In hy th ? Delegates—Further Work of the Kpl tcopalians— Th© Presbyter!uns Visit Vassal* College. New York, Oct 17.—The second days proceeding» of the American board of com missioners for foreign missions were begun at 9 o'clock «. m. at the Broadway Taber nacle. Dr. Storr«, of Brooklyn, ns president of the board, called the meeting to order. The principal business wa- the reading of special papers from the pi udential committee. Dr. Tyler, a recently returned missionary from Southeastern Africa, spoke briefly of his work among the Zulus. Work In Africa. "The Evangelization of Africa" was the eubject of a paju'r read by Secretary Smith "Africa," said he, "la one of tho grandest can win. Africa is the jewels which mother of nations. Each year we are learn ing more and more of this country, at present 200 , 000,000 people can live in plenty, what might not be done when this great land is brought under tha influences of the gogpeD" If OR Missionaries In Japan. At the conclusion of Secretary Smith's paper Rev, N, G. Clarke, D.Ü., spoke of tin work done in Bapan during tue twenty years that the board had missionaries them "At the close of the year l^Tl) the missionary fort« of the American hoard numbered for ty-six, witli fourteen churches and a mem liorship of 400. Other lioanls were not loss fortunate and all were happy over tho ro uults attained." The Hoard and the Church. At the afternoon session the report of tho •committee of fifteen on the subjects of closer relations between the hoard and church ami the election of corporate members was pre sented by Dr. Hlatchford. "The plain state ment of fact," said the chairman, "is that tho time has not come for any radical change. Indifference and perplexity must first is) overcome. Your committee has, therefore, no suggestion to offer concerning any change In the present manner of electing corporate •Members." In regard to closer relations tin- church the report recommended that the president a id vice presidents of the board is made ex officio members of the prudential -committee. with PRAYER BOOK REVISIDN. 9>olng* of Ihe KpiN4Mi(iaUnn BUhops—Six < ban;'«'* ( oncurrcd In. New York, Oct. 17.—That the Protestant K|ii(icopal convention is sadly behind with It* badness was shown by yesterday's print ed calendar, on which there were tweJv • committee reports ami ten important reso lutions by members yet to bj acted uj'wni. On assembling the houoi de > ities ceiveJ imiHirtaut report from the com mittee on Christian unity, and th© commie* tuon was continued, with authority to confer with similar bodies iu other churches. Hevlsion of the Prayer Itmik. Then came the great battle of the day, be ing tho revision of the prayer book. For hours the house debated and quibbled over the report of the committee on liturgical re vision. Going into committee of tho whole, with Chancellor Woolworth, of Nebraska, in the chair, the flrst thirteen changes already passed by the bisUojm wore taken up. Out. of the thirteen changes approved by the bishops only six were concurred In, tho other seven being rejected by a decided vote. From the temper shown it is evident that while the majority are in favor of continuing re vision, it Is disponed fco ujwet nearly nil that the committee has laid down ns advisable, and conference committees will be necessary to place the matter in an intelligible form before the house. The house of bishops made some progress in oonsidering the liturgical committee's re port, and made arrangements for tho conse cration of Mr. Davies os bishop of Michigan At 8 t. Peter's church iu Philadelphia. Presbyterian* Visit Vussar College. Pom hkkkphik, N. Y., Oct. 17.—At the «session of the Presbyterian synod the report of the committee on Sunday school work was read. It showed that there ai e now 000 Sunday schools in the state, with an aggre gate attendance of 14fl,S72. In the afternoon tho del*«ate« visited Vassal* college. The Tabernacle Fund. 17.—Rev. T. DeWitt Talnmgo ha« received a total of toward the building fund for tbo now taber nacle. Kkw Yo«;c, National lluar.4 of Trade. Louirvii i.r, Ky., Oct, 17.—Tlie twenty first m of trad .ting of the national board onvened at, noon. About twenty are represented. The attendance trot.) tue south is disappointing. Up to the oiwi.ing ot the meeting between seventy ami eighty members bad arrived. Prominent among these are Frederick Fraley, Philadel phia; Hamilton Hill, Bc.ton; Waldo Hmitb, New York; William Thurston, Buffalo, N. Y. ; A. Johns, Washington; William A. Coates and J. A. Price, Scranton, Fa. ; W. P. Tut,.or, Philadelphia, and J. T. H. Btran ahsn, Brooklyn. The Cincinnati board is represented by L. II. Brooks, C. M. Hol loway, John A. ïownley, L. C. Goodall, Bicluud Rymoud, K. W. Stinson, Thomas Morrison, Charles B. Murrey, John A. Gann and J. O. Hmidlapp, Fre>lerick Fraley was rv-eUuted to the presidency. . Abbott and Mills at PUItade1|iIiia. Philadeli'HIa, Oct. 17. —Those ot the dele gates remaining iu the city who were in ot tetdance upon the general assembly of Dem ocratic cluhs wore taken on a lioal ride up the Schuylkill. Shortly after l o'clock Hon. Roger Q. Mills, of Texas, reached tho city, and immediately went to tho Hotel Isi fnyette. He was then taken for a drive turough Fairn.ount park. Ex-Governor Ab bott, of New Jersey, arrived at the same hotel late in the afternoon. At a moss meet ing in the Academy of Music ex-Oovernor Abliett, of New J< rsey; Governor biggs, of Delaware; Governor Jackson, of Maryland, and lii-u. tt. Q. Mills, were among the 8 ] leakers. ReareHIng tor it SlUslug P North \bincjtoK, Mass., Oct. 17.—Search ing partita are scouring the woods in this vicinity in search of Postmaster Albert W. Hines, who has been reported missing since Friday last His accounts at the office are said to balance exactly. No cause but the ill health which he has suffered for time is assigned for his disappearance. The Briisii Foiupany Sell, IU Plant. Boston*, Oct 17.-—The entire plant of the Brush Hierin compauy, it is understood, has been sold Ai the Thomson-Houston Elec tric company for a cash consideration of $8,250,000. ilmamter. tome Meeting of Americans. All native-born Americans are invited to attend a meeting in P. O. S. of A. Hall, Middleton Building, Fourth aud King streets, on Saturday evening. Hon. James R. Kenney, mayor of Reading, Pa,, W. J, Stoner and T. F, Foster of Phila delphia will add .•ess the meet ing. Wllmloiçum Clearing Hook©. Thee .T'» .. «V '. -a c .. v "-':r •V worn- Clear- -, i 10,813.13. ing«, |117 i THE rtws IN BRIEF. Fresh Tips fr>m (tip IVIrpi Carefully Called. Catherine Gough, of N-wark, Iwcumasud deuly insane while reading about the death of L.nom.iu Feek»lu New York, and attempt ed to kill her husband. Johnstown physicians deny that there is any cause of alarm from fever, and Bay that the city is perfectly free from epidemic. Governor Green, of New Jersey, has Ap pointed William M. Force, of Newark, mid Thomas II. Dudley, of Camden, delegates at large to the National Farmers' congress, to ho held at Montgomery, Ala., from Nov. 1 - to 15. Gen. Dnrtrnnft is suffering at Ids home in Norristown, Pa., from pic-u.xouia and laris, and his condition is considered critical. Pueblo, Colo,, is to have a magnificent mineral palace for the permanent exhibit of gems and minerals. The building wiii cost $250,000. Thomas Fogarty, aged 8 , residing in Walt ham, lias died of hydrophobia. A dog which wus^uiforing from rabios bit him in.the face on (sept. 17. Fire at Camden, O., did $15.000 damage. Elias A. Wilkinson, ot the firm of Wilkin son ht Gaddis, the largest grocery house in New Jersey, is dead of ajsipiexy, aged 40 years. He was president of the State Agri cultural society. Home doubt being entertained as to the sanity of James B. Jacobs, the Pennsylvanie murderer sentenced to lie hanged Oct. 33, the board of pardons has recommended an other respite. The German Anarchists, Kempf, of Wort emburg; Schmid, of Baden, and Pauschal, of Hamburg, liave been expelled from Switzer land. Jantes O. Blaine, Jr., ha* confessed a judg ment to Dr. Foster C. Fuller for WOO. (là in the supreme court, The action was br<.ught to recover payment for professional services rendered to the defendant's wife and chjltl between June 1 and Nov. 1, 1S88. Charles A. Taylor, cashier at the New York custom house, has resigned. W. L. Bostwick, of Ithaca, has been selected for the position. The salary is $ô ,000 |ier an num. Mr. Taylor is a Democrat. Mr. Bost wick is a Republican. H. B. Schien & Co., importers of dry goods and commission merchants, of 440 and 448 Broome street, New York, have assigned. Liabilities, $ 30 ,000. The world's fair finance committee of New York lias perfected arrangements for open ing subscriptions fur a guarantee fund of $5,000,000. Robert H. Wing, of East Henrietta, com ■ mittod suicide at llochoster, N. Y. Hickuess had made him despondent. Hir Charles Tupper has gone to Spain to reopen negotiations tor a commercial treaty between Canada and Spain, to include the Spanish West India Islands. Stanley I* Potter, a member of the firm of Miner & Hossiter, furniture manufact urers, Cincinnati, O., was instantly killed by being struck by a descending elevator. Ignatz Lederer, collector of taxes at Bloomington, Ilia, has confessed himself guilty of falsifying records, forgery and lar ceny. It is believed lie has defrauded the taxpayers of many thousands of dollars. The football game between Yale and Cor nell resulted in u victory for the former. Score: Tale, 58; Cornell, 8 . Attorney General Miller has appointed Nathaniel W. Norton assistant United States attorney for the northern district of New York. FIFTY PASSENGERS INJURED. One Has Already IHed nod Others Are In a Precarious Condition. Omaha, Neh., Oct. IT.—A collisionl)ctwoc:: two trains on tho Burlington and Missouri River railroad at Gibson, a few miles froii Omaha, resulted In the injury to at least fifty passengers and the complete demoli tion of two engines, a choir car end blnntion car. Gibson is tlie meeting point for the two trains, but the westbound wa . slightly behind time and had just crossed tho spur, when the ecstlw iud train struck the rear cud, which was still on the main line, and hurled both eugines cud the two dies from the trreck. The combination coach and the caalr car were Isjth crowded with passenger«, and the chair car, after Is-iug overturned, caught lire, many of the posseugers Udug burned iu addition to their other injuries. The exact number of tha injured h as not ns yet been ascertained, Heuland, Peter, proprietor of the Tremont house iu tills city, died shortly after being taken to the hospital. Among tho injured were; Butler, Mary, ot! South Omaha, hand crushed and badly braisbed about the body. Bile is iu a precarious condition. Lame, Charles, of Craig, Mo., an ear cut off, his face severely cut and his isiily and lower limbs badly bruised. Gillispio, engineer, of tho eastbound train, badly bruised about the Issly. Hclmltz, Frank, a New York drummer, slightly cut alunit tho head and face. Chaffee, G. W., Boston, bruised about the body. Kem|ier, H., Buffalo, N. Y., bruised about tho body aud cut. Rooks, Isaac W., Hartford, Conn., injured about the body. Conductor Loveriu, of the westhouud train, bad his right lower limb badly liruished and amputation may be nec -ssary. Engineer McCoy, ot tho same train, was slightly injured. fum A Verdict Against the Western Union. Philadelphia, Oct. 17.~The suit of th« city against tho Western Union Telegraph company for license fees of Jl a pole and $2.50 a mile of wire tor tho years 1883, 'titt, '87 and '88 resulted In a verdict for tho com plainant in tho United Htates circuit court for $ 14 , 438 . 48 , A similar suit brought against tho Western Union and decided against them by tho supreme court was settled by tho paymeut of the license fees for 1888 aud 'St, but the telegraph company resisted the payment for tho above mentioned period, aud hence the suit. Shot by Mistake. New York, Oct 17. —During a quarrel betwreu Herbert Muxlow, an express pro prietor, and his son William, at the express office, No. 1,383 Third avenue, Stephen Koff, a driver, was shot and killed. It is supposed that Muxlow attempted to shoot his sou, and that Huff was shot while interfering to step the fight The Maxlows are under arrest The Dressed Beef Act Unconstitutional. Indianapolis, Oct. 17.-Judge Irvin, of the Marion county criminal court, decided the dressed beef act of the lost legislature to be unconstitutional and directed that au en try bo made discharging Philip Klein, ot th, Chicago Dressed Beef company, against whom the proceedings were brought Father Neuhaur Fleeted Provincial. Syracuse, N. Y., Oct 17.—Very Rev. Father M. Nouhaur, paster of the Church of St. Peter and St Paul, at Camden, N. J., was elected provincial at the triennial ses sion of the Franciscan Fathers Order oi Minor Conventuals. "Come, Johnny, It's past time to got . " "Then I'll lie abed, mother; you told me that life was too serious to spend In mere pastime."—Florida Timea-Uniou. Dr, F. E. Stew&rt will begin a series of lectures on hygiene and physiology, at the Friends' School on Monday morning next. Is ndiillry circles the old hen generally proves Iter good standing by her betting. The Oar embraced the KsUer ami Tbc K* liier hogged the Czar. As bruisers shake each ether s hand Lrirthty begin to Syzr. (elikago XriVoae. up. . ITEMS OF INTEREST Mr. Jovr (coining lu after the storm) —"Great Scott, Maria, look at the hail stone I found on the step. Why, its nearly three inches square. Mrs. Jawk— "That isn't a hailstone, you old simple ton; the ice man just left that."—Life. The way to make money is to save It. Hood's Sarsaparilla is the most economi cal medicine lo buy, as it is the only medicine of which can truiv be said, "100 doses one dollar." Do not take any other preparation if yen have decided to buy Hood's Sarsaparilla. Traveler (from Kentucky)—"Mad ame, eau I get a drink here?" Lady ot the House—"Certainly ; theie's the well " Traveler (with a courtly gesture)—"Mad ame. you no a inder-tiuid m°. I don't wish to wash my hands."—'lime. Bkiuineu & Engel "Tannbaeuser" Beer. Foord Bottling' Co. Bit.kins—"W here are yon living bow?" Wilkins—"On Rattlybang street, alongside of Strike & Hitt's boiler fac tory." Bilking—"Well, l guess I'll drop in for a quiet evening now and then. I live alongside an elevated railroad.—H. V. Weekly. Fehrenbach'r and Stoeckle's Beers. Foord Bottling Co. "It was ever so kind of you to bring rae this box of candy," said the young lady to George. "I think you are exceedingly nice." "That's the way it goes," said George as he dropped another bonbon Into her mouth. "Put a caramel into the slot and get some taffy."—Washington Cap ital. Rout. Smith's India Palo Ale, XX Brown Stout, Foord Bottling Co. "That man has had the entree to many of our heat houses." "What that vllllaii ous looking creature! Who is he?" "Jim Faith, the burglar.''--Munsey 's mie Weekly. Db. DkHakdt'b pennyroyal pills $1 Sold by druggists ; also by mail. 803 N. Ninth street, Philadelphia. Ladies be ware ot Imitations The «kiff Sbadbird which was stolon from Enoch Moore's shipyard on October 5, was found at Florence, N. J., y ester day and returned to Wesley Sparks, Its owner. JUAKKIKD. IHTTELTNE—FADELY.—On September 2«, bv ib»* Kov. J W. T Booth**, Absalom J. Ditterliiieaud lieft if« L I miel v. DIKII. HARRON.-ln this city, Augustus f. Hamm, aged 38 ye BRA DFORD.—On tho Utk instant. Laura M., infant daughter of James E. and Hallie L. Bradford, aged 6 months. CASEY,—At Hockesaln. on October 16, Katie, daughter of Michael C. and Ellen Casey, aged 17 years. CONNOR.— In this city, on the Kith Inetant, John, infant son of Isaac and Annie Connor, aged 1 year. CR08HLEY.—In this city, on October 11, Joseph Croesley, aged 18 years. HENRY,—In this city, on the 12 th instant, Mary Ann, wife of Daniel J. Henry, aged till years. MALONEY. - In this city, on October 1\ An «le B., dn tighter of Michael and Mary Maloney, aged yesrs. M McOONIGAL.—In this city, on the 17 * instant, James F. McGouigal, age 48. the 11 th instant, MESSICK—In lids city on tlie 11th Innt., Joseph Messick, sou ot L. L- ami OatheHae Messlck, aged It months PATTERSON.—Suddenly, slant, Margaret Whiteside, wife of the Hev. W. I*, tinterson, pa. tor ot the Presbyterian church, New Castle. RUSSELL.—In this city, staut, A't xandcr J Russell, in the 48th year Of his age SLATER In this citr, on the 11th instant, Anale C., wife of Matthew slater. STAPLER. Died Tenth month, 13th in stant. William VV. Stapler, In the 4Hth year of htsaice the 12th In th© 18th in WM. B. SHARP & CO. MOURNING AND BLACK FABRICS. Henrietta, Courent Cloth, Tricot lue, Mer» ill eux, Cashmere, Nun's Veiling, Drap d'AIina, Court au bl Crapes, Clairette, H!i?m 1 amen, Ard iu ure, Rat lu d'Lvon, 1 'inline Cloth Prlicrtta, Katin Luxor, Grot» Grain Kbadsamir. The Best Black Goods to boy. The Best Black Goods to wear. The Best Assortment here. Fourth aud Market Sts. CNDKHTAKKRH. J B. MARTIN. UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER, OFFICE NO. «06. RESIDENCE 8 « ÖH1PLEY STREET. Telephone call 13. Call« st nteht. promptly attended to. POLITICAL F "or CHEAP,NEAT ANII QUICK PRINT IN« GO TO WILMINGTON PRINT. INH CO MPANY, «OB SHIPLEY STREET. pOR SHERIFF Of new castle county, George C. Rotliwell OF BLACKBIRD HUNDRED. Subject to rules of the Democratic party OYSTERS! For Cove Plants go to GARDNER'S, S. W. Cor. 7ti aiJSiuplej Sts, 25, 35 and 40c, Per Quart. Oysteis by the Hundred a Specialty. TELEPHONE, 41*. OYSTERS. Wholesale and Retail. Families Supplied, . SO and 40c per (Juni Restaurant Attaohhd. i 707 Shipi&y St. a»., mi siikbifcs bale) CmCRIFF'H SALE.—BY VIRTU?; OF A O writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will lie exposed to public sale at the Court House ON SATURDAY, THE 20tr DAY OF OCTOBER, 1880. At 2 o'clock p. m.. The following described ioai estate, viz.: All that situate In and described ns certain lot. niece or panel of land the city or Wilmington bounded '_. folio ws, to wit: Beginning at the easterly side of French street, between Hecond and »bird streets at a corner stake; thence with a line cf land of the heir« of Isaac llendrekeon, deceased. 5 -outh 58degrees east 7 perches and four pre mise to another stake on David Hush's land, formerly ot the Raid .(os. Harlan; thence north 5*2degrees east along said l). Hugh's land, formerly Timothy Stidham's. 40 feet to a cor ner stake; thence north ßö degrees west along a line of land now ot John Gordon, 7 perches itnd 4 premise to another stake in 'French street aforesaid, thence down Frenc h stro t southerly 40 feet to the place of beginning, be the contents m< rc or less. Seized and taken in execution or the prop erty of George Allmoud, executor of Win. S. Hare, deceased, mortgagor and Nellie U. Hare, Win. 8 . Hare, Annie H. Fylo and H. Albin L. l*yle, and 1.1 ., and to be sold by „ . ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Onice. Wilmington. Oct. 10.1889. SHERIFF'S 8AI.E.-B1 VIRTUE OF A O writ of Levari Far-ins to tuo directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Court House, on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, lu the City of Wilming ton, New Castle County, Delaware, ON SATURDAY. THE 26tu DAY OF OCTOBER, 1880, At 2 o'clock p. m.. The following described, real estate viz.: All tha' certain loi or piece of land situate in the city of Wilmingt on, bounded and de scribed as follows, to wit: Beginning at a stake on the easterly side of French street, between Second and Third streets, at a corner of land 00 the said Wil liam Hare: thence by said Hare's line easterly and parallel with .Second street 114 feet to land of Mrs. Stevens and others; thence along said land northerly and parallel with French street, 30 feet to a stake; thence westerly par allel with the first described line 114 feet to thesald side of French street aforesaid, and 1 hence thereby southerly 30 feet to the place of beginning, ne the contents thereof, more or less, Seized and taken In execution as the prop erty of George Allmoud. executor of William Hare, 'deceased, mortgagor and Nellie R. Hare, William S. Hare, Anna il Pyle and H. Albin L. Pyle, t. t., and to he sold by ACVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. \\ ilmingtim. 1 i.-t ]n, is : S HERIFF'S HA L Ë ■—BY VIRTUE OlTÂ writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will he exposed to public sale, at the Court House, Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. In the city ot Wilmington, New Castle county, Del., ON SATURDAY, THE 20tu DAY OF OCTOBER, 1889, at 2 o'clock, p, m., The following described real estate, viz All those two certain lots or pieces of land situated in the city of Wilmington, bounded and dcscridcd as follows to wit: No. 1. Beginning at the intersect!«) of the northerly aide of Fifteenth st eet with the easterly side of Walnut street: thence by said liorlhely side of Fifteenth street easterly about 343 feet to the westerly aide of Poplar street: thence along said i ide of P- pIar street northerly 134 feet H4 inehes to the southerly side of Sixteenth «reel: thence along said aide of Sixteenth street westerly 342 feet more or less to the «aid erstarly side of Walnut s reet: thence along said sideef Walnut street southerly 131 feet 1H inches to the place of be ginning, be the contents thereof what they 2 . Beginning on the southerly side of Six teenth street, at the line of land of John H Price, deceased: thence easterly 11 « fee* more or less to westerly side of Walnut street: thence thereby southerly 150 feet mere or less to Flf ternth street; thence thereby westerly I « feel less to the aforesaid line of John H. Price, and thence thereby northerly 160feet o or lees to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may Seized ami taken In execution as the prop erty of William H. Beatty and Emma his wife, and i. t s.. and to be sold bv i. ALVA N ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's office, Wlimlnirton, Oct. 10,1888. VMIEKIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A O writ of Is-) art Facias, to nie directed, will he expos' d to public salt) at the Court House, Market street, between Tenth ami Eleventh streets, m the city of Wilmington. Now Castle comity. Delaware. ON SATURDAY, THE 26tii DAY OF OCTOBER. 1889. At 2o'clock, p. in.. Th© following; described real estate, viz : All that certain lot. piece or parcel of land with a two-story nick dwelling house there on erected, situate In the city of Wilmington, bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on tho westerly side Lincoln street at the distance of I JO feet southerly from the southerly side of Seventh street; thence we tcrly parallel with eleventh street and pussi itz through the centre of the division wall between tills and the adjoining house on the north HO feet to a corner; thence southerly und parallel with Lincoln street feet to another corner; thence easterly and parallel with Seventh street 80 feet to the aforesaid wide of Lincoln street, and thence thereby northerly 20 feet to the place of begin ning, l ». * the contents there »f what they may. Seized and taken into execution as the property of Ihe Pickels Stove ami Heater Company, mortgagors, and George F. lilgh man, t. t., and to h» sold by ALVaN ALLEN. Sheriff. ■ HVi-i*. Wi' ■ • IK'U. SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIKTUH OF A O writ of Levari h'aela«. to me directed, will be exno»ed to public sale on the premises in Blackbird hundred. New Castle county, Del., ON FRIDAY, THE 25th DAY OF OCTOBER, 1889. At J o'clock p. m.. The following described real estate, viz: All and so much of the lands, tenements ard hereditaments aa lie in H'ackhlrd hundred. New Castle county and State of Delaware, contained in a certain mortgage made by Henry CL Murphey and Margaret M. Murphey, his wife, to David J. Murphey, bearing date the twelfth day oï December, A. D., 1883, and recorded in the office of the Recorder of Deeds for New Casde county aforesaid, in Mortgage Record, T, vol. 5, page 1W, etc., and In which indenture of Mortgage the whole lands thereby conveyed are described os fol lows: Beginning at a stone a corner of lands of John Appleton, formerly of Thomas R. Lock wood, on the public road called ihe Alley road, leading from Smyrna to Millington, Maryland, thence north eighty-nine aud one half degrees, west one hundred and two perches to a point where said road curves south west ward ly, thence south seventy-four degrees, west flfty-oneïpercbes to a point on said road, a corner of land herein described, thence north nine degrees, west nineteen and three-tenths perches to a point, a corner of said land; thence north ol/hty-eight and one half degrees west, eight perches to the mill pond of Alley Mills, thence along said mill pond and bending therewith to the drain connected with the said Alley Mills, onc huudred and seventy-three perches, thence north eight degrees, east eighteen perches to a l>oint lx>rdering on said mill pond, thence north sixty-two degrees, west forty-two and three-tenths perches lo a stone in the edge of ■Old mill pond,in a line of the land of Ashcraft, and where the rood known as Full ing Mill Lane turns northward, thence by said road north five degrees, east thirty-five and four-tenths perches to a point thereon, a corner of lands of Samuel Roberts; thence with the lands of said Samuel Roberts south eighty-six and one-half degrees, east ninety eight and sixteen one-hundredths perches to a stone, a corner of the lands of Samuel Roberts aforesaid; thence south four degrees, west fifty-one and f.mr-tcnths perches to Duck creek, thence due south one hundred and thirt y five perches along the land of John Appleton, formerly Thomas B. Lockwood, to the t lace of beginning, containing one hun dred amj thirty-four acres and thirty-eight square perches of laud, be the same more or less. The part hereby advertised tobe sold at said sale being all of said laud lying in Blackbird hundred and New Castle county aforesaid, be ing bounded by the lands of >amuel Roberts,by lauds of the heirs of Johh Ashcraft and by the boundary Hue between New Castle and Kent counties, and containing thirty-four acres, mare or less, and being all the lands which were c about one hu Kent county. Seized and taken in execution as the prop erty of Henry C. Murphey and Margaret M his wife, and aud to be sold by ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington. October 7.1889. of onveyed by aald mortgage except mired acres thereof, which lie in BEST FLOUR, FRESH OATMEAL, PURE FEEDS, CLEAN OATS, PRATT'S FOOD, OUT HAY Promptly delivered. TATNALL OROS. Telephone myjihvr pu the card. OUR PRIZE PUZZLE iVqe Größtem« Î Ct < 5 ? MONEY o>. GIVEäM cCr € % 9 AWAY Copyright IT. P. Smith &• Co., 1886 . DIRECTIONS.—Arrange the above figures in such order that when added to gether they will amount to just 100 , not using any figure twice. A Prize of #3.00 in trade will be given by each merchant whose card appears m this column to the first person who shall hand each merchant a Written uule for the solution of this Puzzle (in the least number of words) before November 10, 1889. Each rule, signed by the maker, must be placed in a sealed envelope, marked "Puzzle," with the date on the outside, and Banded or mailed to each of the following advertisers: DO THIS PUZZLE, BOYS, And tell your mother that we have the BEST SUITS and OVERCOATS in Wil mington. Hamburger's, 220 aM 222 Markt Stet er A PENKNIFE TO EVERY BOY. S. SPEAKMAN'S, FURNITURE and CARPET visn STORES, 830 ami 833 Market St. (Opera Building), For Bargains in all kinds of HOUSE FURBISHING GOODS. |T TÂHT TO THOSE WHO USE BLANK BOOKS. ali The Wilmington Printing Company have the exclusive right for Delaware of the Miller-Megee Patent Blank Boole. It is bound on muslin guards, opens perfectly flat, is the strongest blank book madi and costs no more than ordinary tirst-dass binding We will be glad to show samples and take yoi orders. Blank Books to order from any pattern, an Printing in all its branches. WILMINGTON PRINTING €0 •f 40G SHIPLEY STREET W. II. FAUUA, Manager. SPECIAL BARGAINS l NEW YORK BAZAAR, 805 MARKET ST. AT TU C KID GLOVES KID GLOVES. Ladies' Kid Gloves in Black and Assorted colors, only 50c, real value, C9c Ladies' Kid Gloves in Black and Assorted colors, only 15c, real value, $1.00 Ladies' Mousquetaire Gloves worth $2.00, only $1.25 a Pair. Gents' Kid Gloves, extra fine quality, only $1.00 a Pair. COMFORTABLES. HOSIERY, RIBBONS, NOTIONS, VELVETS, JERSEYS, ETC. Ladies' Fast Black Jerseys only 41c, former price, 69c. THE PUBLIC will do well in purchasing their Underwear for the coming reason at our Store where they will find a full line of Ladies', Children's and Gent's Underwear aud Hosiery. POSNER St. CO., 805 MARKET ST., WILMINGTON, DEL. MOTHERS Your attention is called to the Large Assortment of Boys' and Children's Clothing at the "Ledger Building." The Neat est Styles, Lowest Prices. A. C. YATES * CO ■J SIXTH AMD CHESTNUT STREETS 1 PHILADELPHIA. SHERIFF'* SALES* - SHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A O writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at the Hotel of Ed ward Milne, in Delaware City, in Red Lion hundred. New Castle county, Delaware, ON MONDAY, THE 4th DAY OF NOVEMBER. 1889, At 11 lo'clock, a. m.. The following described real estate, viz: All that certain lot or piece of land with buildings thereon erected,situate in Delaware City, at the southern corner of Front and Adams streets, having a front on Adams street 115 feet more or le«s in width, and ex tending of the same width along said Front street, at right angles to said Adams street. 100 feet in depth to an H feet wide alley, bounded northwestwardly by the said Front street,northwestwardly by said Adams street, southwestwardly by land lata of William L. Ncwbold. and southweswardly by the 8 feet wide alley, with the free use and c ommon privilege of said alley at forever. Book K, vol. 12. page 13, etc. Seized and taken in execution as the prop erty of James- B. Henry and Elizabeth C. Henry, his wife, and 1 .1„ and to be sold by ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington. O. t. 18, 188«. all time hereafter. PENNIES AND SHALL CHANGE CAN BE HAD AT THE COUNTING BOOM OF ï JE EVENING JO VENAL. THIS IS CERTAINLY HARD TO SOLVE. More so than the question Where to buy your FOOT-WEAE. The pub lic voice says, go to Hamburger's SHOE HOUSE, No 209 Market St. SMELTZ & CO 13 East Fourth St., *» DEALERS IN APPLES, POTATOES Anil all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE. Also Dealers in all kinds of Fruits, Wholesale and Retail. Give us a call. 3 EAST FOURTH ST. FINE GOLD SPECTACLES $3.00, A. C. S. WILLIAMSON'S ONLY AT 105 WEST EIGHTH ST '1 \ ■r/yr>'TtW<r~^ Comer Fiftb and Market Streets, Wilmington. Hot. H. L. BROWN, Contractor for Hauling, ffoardlng, 1.1 very, Feed andiF.xchange Stabler NOS. 1.0 AND ÎI2 ORANGE STREET. All kiodsof Battling done a< short notice w day or contract. Under pervoua! -* e .c T jtg uuavy arUc-uM, XiuephOMJW. " It's of No Use Denying what people see; that 6th and Market j is headquarters for Cloth ing, and that her trade is I constantly growing. You J should drop in and see more nobby Overcoats for I Young Men and Boys, nobby Suits for Bovs and | Children Clothing for Men than you ever dreamed would be offered in our city. They're selling, t<-o, and that means that the prices are light, such as cash buying and careful busi ness maragement make. An immense line of Odd Pantaloons in all sizes just marked down to close out some odd sizes. can and stylish T, Mnllin & Son, Tailors, 6 th & Market, Olothiera, Wilmington. GILDING A SPECIALTY, BOCHER, THE Sign Painter, HAS removed to Sit Shipley St LETTERING ON WAGONS. JOSEPH STOECKLE'S DIAMOND STATE 7 - -• r> , PS* i m , » ml ri'J tip f IF ■; J, - BÜB LAGER BEER AND PORTER BREWERY, WILMINGTON. DEL. Office and Brewery, N. W. Cor. Fifth and Adams Sts. Telephone 1B3. Depot and Saloon, Nos. 228 and 225 King St« Telephone 236. Shipping a Special*** FRANCIS KELLY & CO ( ■ SOUS PROPRIETORS OF THE 0EANGLE ÖS0VE AND BEATER VAL1SÎ PUBS RYE WHISKIES. Choice Cologne Spirits» 103 Market and 102 SMnley St« WIMtlWOPOW, DKL I John F. Donahoe, BOTTLER OF Ale, Porter, Brown Stonl and Lager Beer Cider and Minora! Waters. 517 and 519 Orange Street Bole Agent and Depot for Delaware of tho Bivrtholomay Brewing Co.'s Rochester Beet. Sole agent for Massey Æ Co.'s Pb phi» Breweries, Massey's Brown Stout. XX. XXX Ales and Portera. Orders by mail will receive prompt Rttea* Hon Ronn« thlwd tn «,nv *vb^.. frw» on ho»»« n. Z, JOHN L. MALONE, DIAMOND STATE MARBLE AND GRANITE WORK! DELAWARE AYE. AND MADISON Wilmington. Del. Monument a of all desifro*. head-stone*», fond % stone«, and the different qualities of gramtt t ITALIAN, GEORGIA, VERMONT, ! and all other kinds of marble. Marble aodi slate Mantles. Orders from out or tho city* tended to promptly. I respectfully solicit «hare of your puli ôna^a. I 4 JGHti 1$.