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3 GEORGE W. M'CALL DEAD An Kx-Coe nell man and Chief of Fire De partment Expires Prom Heart Failure. George W. McCall of No. 706 French street and a well known citizen, died this morning shortly after 7 o'clock,from heart failure. Mr. McCall has been ailing for sometime, but was not danger ensly ill. He eonid not take any break fast, this morning. About two months ago he was stricken with paralysis of the heart, and from this he had never fully recovered. He at one time occupied the building of No. 1017 Market street, and carried on the clothing bnsiness while there. Mr. McCall was In the 68th year of his age. He was horn iu this city and at the age of 22 years he started a merchant tailor and slothing store. He afterward sold out and was employed by Justis h Davidson as a salesman. He was »chief of the during was also a member ot City Council in 1887—89. At the time of bis death he was employed as head salesman at I Hamburger & Sou's clothing house. He was a faithful member of Scott M E. Church for a number of years, wife, a daughter and a son survive him. For a a number of years he kept the boarding tent at Brandywine Sum mitt daring camp for 8t. Paul's Church, and was there as well as usual at tha last camp meeting. The funeral will probably take place on Friday. George H. McCall, the well known coal dealer, is the only son which survives him. Firo Department year 1870 aud 1 he His Massacre ot It, Bartholomew. The first leeture on "French History" of the noiverslty course was delivered by Rev, William H. Johnston, pastor of the Unitarian Church of this city, last night. The lecture was given in the assembly room of the High School at Eighth and Adams streets. There were about 200 persons present, most of whom were women. Mr. Johnston took hold of his subject like one who had studied it well and in a way that could not fail to interest his hearers. He thrill ingly described the massacre of Seiet Bartholomew in which thousands of Prot estants fell. He said he did not want his hearers to lay the massacre at the door of the Roman Catholic Church, but to the villainous spirit of Cathar ine. He frequently drew the attention of bis heuere to the character of the leaders of both factions. Lovers of his tory would find it to their interest to bear Mr. Johnston. There will be fiye more fortnightly lectures oa the same subject. Next Tuesday evening commenc ing at 8 o'clock Professor A. W Good speed will give his second lecture on "Electricity." Market btreet Bridge Oft'. Market street bridge is turned off for repairs by order of Levy Courtman Hick man The engine will be repaired and a new set of wheels will be put nndar the draw. It was tamed off frtm 7 o'clock last night until 9 o'eloek this morning. It was then thrown open for traffic until 1 o'clock this afternoon. At 1 o'clock it j was again turned off and will remaiu off untilthe work is completed. Vehicles will have to come and go by wav of Third f * U miAam Roof a ftt t Uft foot of Market street will reap a harvest ferrv* iug passengers over. The fare w'll be 5 cents. A> SI C. ft. Kick. A league of local foot ball clubs bas practically been formed in this city. The clubs so far enrolled are the Young MeD's Christian Asceciation. Edge Moor, Warren Athletie CInb and Delaware Field Club. Warren and the Y M. C. A. teams will play the initial league game on River view grounds. This afternoon the teams of the Wilmington High School and the Friends School will kick for records at the Front aud Union street grounds, the game commencing at 3.30 o'clock. ft Confusion of Hospitals. A Philadelphia exchange says: "Jacob M. Nhort of Wilmington, Del., was sent to this city suffering from an abscess. His friends wanted him cared for at the Philadelphia Hospital, bnt he was taken by a mistake to the Pennsylvania. When the error was discovered 8hort was transferred to Jefferson Hospital, but be died there fifteen minutes after being admitted " Stao>-t was an employe of the P., W . A B. Railroad Company,and lived at No. 549 East Eighth street. 36 years old On Saturday afternoon the He was I» That Dream a Reality? The coroner's jury in the Gardiner murder case will meet again to-night, and the indications are that Blackburn will be held for court. A new witness will be introduced, whose testimony will probably have considerable weight. This witness will be Lawrence McKagney of No 712 East Fifth street. He has made a public statement that Blackburn, the accused man told hint of his pecnliar dream on Thursday evening between 4 and 5 30 o'clock. If he cau substantiate this statement it will knock another prop from ander Bltckbarn s defence, as be claims that he had the dream after 5 15 o'clock. 8. O. P. of tbe U. Convenes. The Supreme Circle Brotherhood of the Union opened its annual session iu its rooms in the Middleton Building .yesterday morning, W. A Courson of Frankford, Pa,, is president. Sixty representatives from the different lodges were present and instructing reports were read from each delegate, evening an open meeting was held The session will eoatiuue nntil to morrow night. Lsst Wllmiagtoa Carpet .Cleaaing Worhs.il Eleventh and Jaekson streets,is ready for tbe fall trade. Carpets taken up, cleaned and reiaid. T. Fbhky, Proprietor. Tsiep hone, 652. PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS. Ex Levy Courtman Wier of Christiana is in this city to day. E W. Jester of St. Georges was in Wilmington yesterday E. M. Carpenter and wife of Delmar. were in this city yesterday. Hezekiah Harrison and S. L. Shaw of Hairingtou were in this city yesterday. , Mrs. Jones of Toledo, Ohio, is the guest of Mrs. Kate Bowers on West Tenth Usher H. R. Collins of the P.. W. & B. depot has returned home after a week's vacation. ttraal Wr;ghtin*ton and Taylor Gross be h of this city will be married in Reading to-day, Mr. and Mrs. Hess of Fairhill, Cecil county, Md , are visiting their danghte*, Mrs. Benjamin Bowen. L9vl A Bertolette bas been iu New York visiting his son, Lieutenant Calvin 8 Bertelette of the cruiser Boston. TLe Boston will soon sail for South American witters. Mrs. J. of THE FIFTH WARD MUDDLE Investigating Oummlttee Has Strnek a Hard Nut to Crank. The Levy Court Investigating Com mittee began its work upon the books of ex-County Tax Collector John J Dough erty in the Conrt House yesterday after noon at 2 o'clock. Mr. Hickman was the only member absent. When Chairman Hutchison called the meetiug to order he told the committee men that they were at liberty to sum mons witnesses, aud the summons would issued immediately, handed in. The committee began the humdrum work of comparing the assessment and delinquent lists with list No. 3, from which the Repnblicans claim they paid Dougherty the taxes. The name of A H Berlin, principal of the Boys' High School was found on No. list, but not upon the court record, and he was not returned as a delinquent. number of white persons in the fifth ward were discovered to have been re turned as colored persons. Clsrk of the Peace Biggs and Depaty Clerk Ellason stated that such things were not of infrequent occurrence, such cases they would be treated an white, and if the name appeared as a de linquent it would be checked off Rev. L. E Barrett, pastor of Ht. Paul's M. E. Church, aud Dr. Lewis W. Flinn are also returned. At 6 o'clock last evening the committee adjourned to meet again at 10 o'clock this morning. No names were In This .Horning's litt Inc. Mr. Eliason was not present at this morning's sitting of the committee Neither was Mr. Hickman. Mr. Eiiason sick and Mr. Hickman is too busy with Market street bridge to attend the meeting. This gave the Repnblicans fall swing, but they did not want it. Mr. Jolis offered a resolution which est foith that was advisable to have all the members of the committee present, bat as Mr. Eliason was compelled to be absent on account of illness, Mr. Hickman was quested to be present at 2 o'clock this afternoon. This resolution was adopted, and a copy of it sent to the derelict Levy Conrt commissioner. The committee spent the morning in going over the Fifth ward list. They find it in a ' fearfully muddled '"condition and it will take some time for them to finish it. Among those found returned as deliD qnents were John Peoples. Dr. Joseph P. Pyle and U S. Commissioner 8. Rod mond Smith. The committee adjourned until 2 o'clock this afternoon, when the exam ination of the Fifth ward list will be re sumed. Run Down By an Engins. Charles C. Sullivan of No. 701 Poplar street, was ran down by an engine on the P , W & B. railroad at 6 o'clock last evening aud sustained very serions in juries. Sullivan works at the Pullman palace ear works. He was on his way home. When at the foot of Seventh Btreet he saw train No. 71 approaching. For some reason he did not stem to ap preeiate his danger and failed to heed the warring?. The engineer reversed his engine, but it wa3 too late to avert the calamity. Sullivan was strnek and thrown some distance. The train was stopped and Snllivan was found to be nneonsclons. He was conveyed in the ambulance to the Delaware Hospital. The physicians found that both legs were fractured below thekne s, and the body was badly cat and braised. At the hos pital it is thought he will recover. They May Drain Their Property. The regular meeting of the Street and Sewer Department was held last night. The weekly pay-roll «mounting to $1,049 08 was ordered paid. Collections amounting to $893.04 were reported. A delegation of the citizens of the Eleventh ward was present, and ashed for a num ber of improvements, among which were the grading and paving of Maryland avenue. This request wa3 granted. The managers of the Homeopathic Hospital were granted permission to drain their building (The Bari man and Fehrenbach Brewing Company was also allowed to drain its brewery into the intercepting sewer at a cost of $000 25 Jehu Jacoby's bond for paving streets was accepted. CITY NtW3 IN BRIEF. Cholera is sweeping off nearly ail the chickens in and around Baucroft Banks. The rainfall in this city from Monday night nntil 5 o'clock last evening w«g 1 9-10 inches. Trinity Ctnrch Guild gave a pleasant social meeting in the parish house at Tenth and Adams streets last evening It was given to the members of the parish. Samuel B. Clark found a wallet con taining $1,150 on West Ninth street.The wallst was returned to George W. Simpler of St. Georges this morning, he having lost it while iu Wilmington yes terday. The Wilmington City Railway Com pany has adopted a rule that all persons carrying large packages on the cars shall pay a fare for the same when they occnpy places on the seats. An entertainment was given in the Sunday school room of West Presbyterian Chureh last night by the Young People's Missionary Scclety. Offerings for a box to be sent to the wild and woolly West were received. The excavations for the West Fourth street extension of the Wilmington City Street Railway have reached West street. The heavy rains of yesterday filled the trenches and it was to bail them out. The meeting of the State Firemen's Association will not be held in the PLœuix engine house until next Tuesday evening. It is thought that Middletown will be selected as the place for holding the next annual meeting. The Board of Health met in regular session last night. The bushes and weeds along Jessup road were ordersd to be removed wlthia three days. Secre tary Colquhouu repotted that be would not receive his meteorological iastru meats before December 1. A humorous lecture will be delivered in the basement of St. Mary's Church to morrow evening by Rev. J. A. McCallen, P. 8 . for the benefit of the orphans' fund, subject, ' Blundera. " The well known ability of Father McCallen as an orator aside from the worthy object of the lecture, will insure a crowded house. Next. Sunday evening the Christian Endeavor Society of St. Paul's M. E. Chureh will celebrate its fifth anniver sary. o'clock, phla will deliver the address of the even ing. He is vice-president of the Penn sylvania State Christian Endeavor Union. St. Andrew's Guild held a meeting at St Andrew's Church last night. The following officers were elected : Vice president, E T. Warner; secretary, Robert Adair; trea-mrer. Captain Lewis Thompson. Rev. Charles E ainrrry will probably be re-elected president by the < Ulcers of the several chapter*, who con stitute the executive <jotnmin.ee of the guild, necessary The celebration «ill begin at 7 30 J Howard Breed of Philadel 1 BEFORE JUDGE ACHESON. Uwven Wrestle With the Hlg Walton and Wbann Case. At the United States Circuit Court, this morning, Attorney Nields resumea argument for the defendants In the case Charles Rlohardson vs. Walton & Buck, for the recovery of $75,000, action having grown out of troubl-'S over the dlf solution of partnership in the Walton and Whann Company. Yester day afternoon Mr. Nields went over the history of the firm and paying tribute to the business ability ot Mr. Richard son it says that there was no reason to doubt that he was always working for the good of Walton, Whann A Co . until March 27, 1885, when they learned that he had bonght the Waudo phos phate worka in South Carolina, Mr. Nields s»id that they also learned that he had used much of the firm's •assets without their knowledge and they did not know what their liability might be. After mach solicitation Mr. Rich ardson gave them a statement of the money he bad thus used. Mr. Richard son offered to buy them out and they were prepared to accept, almost any offer. Then he became seriously ill. Mr. Wal ton called on him at his r>quest and was surprised when he said he was prepared to sell ont. After several meetings be tween members of the firm aud council $130,000 was agreed upon as a prloe for his interest. But he would not release the Wat do stock, and the price was abated to $123 4313 74. It was a bargain and a sale and not a division between partners Afler this was accepted aud the money paid, Mr. Richardson com» s into court and alleges fraud on the part of his partners. This was three years after the dissolution. Ha attempted to involve the honor aud integrity of his former associates. This morning all three of the old members of the firm were Interested spectators in the coart room. Mr. Rich ardson occupied a seat at one end of the table beside his attorney. Senator Hig gins. Messrs. Walton and Buck sat at the opposite side, just back of their counsel, Mr. Nields. Be Got Forty Dollars. At this morning's session of the Municipal Court, M T Pago who an peared to be and Stalked like a well edu cated man, was in the dock for being druuk. He pleaded hard to be left off,but Judge Ball fined him $2 or twenty days, James Monaghan, who was arrested for corner lonnging, was let off with the payment of the costs. James Carr, alias ''Brick, "who was ar rested by Detective Hatton last night on the charge of helping Joseph Townsend to waylay Richard Lewis, was held [in $1,000 bail for thenpper conrt. George W Kyle was arrested last night by Ser géant Stuart for assaulting John Sayers, who keeps a saloon at Tenth and Orange streets. His case was heard this morn ing Kyle conducted tie own defence and created considerable 'amusement. Judge Bali fined him $40 and costs. The Two Brothers' Kxelttug Flight. Morris Clark, a Camden blacksmith, placed an attachment in the hands of United States Deputy Marshal Jacob Lew for a bill for iron work done on the schooner Two Brothers, ot Baltimore, Md , five years ago, when she was last, seen at this port. The vessel was sighted in the Delaware river on Sunday, but the officers, getting wind of the proceed ings against the schooner, sailed up th> river, and it was after a long search that the beat was-discovered hidden be tween two steamers near the dry dock of Williim Mills at the head of Fifth street. The Captain of the Two Broth ers settled with Marshal Lew yesterday, the amount being, with costs added, $123 98 A Bayard Sailer Drowned. On Monday, while craving In search of vessels tff the Delaware capes, a heavy eqnall struck the pioiot boat Bayard and while assisting to rednee sail one of the seamen, Sydney Kennedy, was washed overboard and drowned The vessel was hove to, a boat lowered, and every eff irt made to save him, but he was not seen after striking the water. The Bayard came iu with her flags at half mast Kennedy hailed from Chester. His body was not recovered. f liver W odd tic; Anniversary City Treasurer Heury Hlnksou and wife of Chester, Pa , celebrated their silver wedding ou Monday evening. The following Wilmingtonians were among the invited guests: Mr. and Mrs Henry F. Dure, Mr and Mrs Geoige C Simp son, Frank Simpson, the Misses Simpson, Mrs. Carey, Mr aud Mrs George Bright, Mr aDd Mrs Charles F, Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Garrett, Miss Annie Hao nnm, Mrs. Sarah J. Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Themas Sharp. You will regret it if vou don't hear the Fry concert stagers to morrow night. "Another Republican Dodge." Receiver of Taxes John T. Dickey characterized the "opiciou" of the Re publican members of the Levy Court that there must be a general assessment of all poll taxables made in January next ae "only a Republican dodge to get their men on the list." He says that, they want to get up a scare aud in duce the Democratic asses ora to asseas their men. The general assessment be gins in the fall of 1892 aud is not com pleted until March 1893 Settling an Insurance Claim. A meeting of the directors of the Farmer's Mutual Insurance Company Mill Creek hundred was held in the par Ion of the Clayton House this morning. parpoee of makit g settlement for the Iobs sus tained by the burning of the barn of Joseph W. Derrickson, in Mill Creek hundred, on August 15 Tbe amount paid was $2,100 This is the seioud as sessment made this year. of for the It was held Important to Marchants and Professional Has, An important meeting of all the mer chants and professional men in this city is called for this evening at 8 o'clock, sharp, at the Board of Trade rooms Matters of the utmost importance to every man in business will be bronght before the meeting in which ail are in terested. Preparing to Fight Fire. The Citizen's Executive Committee having in charge the formation of a fire company beyond Elevetth street bridge, held s meeting last night, bnt oi.iy transacted routine business When the company is formed it will probably be chartered as the Brandywine Fire Com P»ny- __ Verdict of Accidental Death Last night an inquest was held upon the body of John Manlovn, the negro who was killed at the Juet.lson street crossing of the P. W A- B railroad on Monday night. A veidict of accidental death was rendered. Manlove has been living at Chester, Pa , for seme time. Bis body will be sent there for inter ment. Clearing House. The exchanges of the Wilmington banks at tbe clearing house to-day were; Total, $139,49« 02; balance, |28,741.54. CAPE HENLOPcN COMMISSIONERS. Special Meeting Held In TbU City To l»I. A called meeting ot the commissioners Cap« Henlopen City was hold at the Olaytou House this morning Those preseut were President Ebe W. Tannell Lewes, Secretary Henry C Cau non of Bridgevllle, Hon. Elihu J. Morris of Iiewes, Commodore W. H. Shock of Washington, D C , and Wil liam Bright and Dr. C K Jeffries of this •ity. The morning session was princi pally occupied by routine business'. Commodore Shock was sworn in as a commissioner. The committee on by laws reported the work not completed, and was continued The committee on bonds reported pro gross. Mr. Walker showed a pl«\t of the rail road extension and moved that a com mit tee of five, including Chairman Tun nell, be appointed to confer with the railroad officials eoucerniug 'proposed im provements at Cape Henlopen City. The motion prevailed and the chair appointed Ebe |W. lunuell, W. Irving Walker, E J Morris and- H. P. Cannon as members of the committee. Secretary Cannon was instructed to find out from the recorder of deeds of Sussex county whether be cau give a complete list of lot holders at Cape Henlopen City. The treasurer was instructed to present a report at the next meeting of the commissioners. The prtucipal theme of discussion was that of getting the property transferred from the old to the new commissioners. The old commissioners and stockholders will mest on November 7, 1891, to con sider the matter. On motion of Mr. Bright the commis stoners adjourned to meet at the Clayton House this city, on Nov 9, at 11 a. m Sent Up for a Year. J . K Colvin, a merchant of Cleveland, Ohio, who tried to take all the money for the fruit consigned to him. and either pock t the proceeds or decamp with them, and who tri d this on Frank Thomas, a peach grower of Kent county, was sentenced to one year Imprisonment and to pay a fine of $500 before the Kent county court yesterday Although Colvin fled to Chicago with the proceeds of the sale of two carloads of peaches in his pocket Thomas followed him with a detective, had him arretted. secured requisition pa pars from Governor Reynolds, sad his man brought here and lodged in jail. The grand jury found three indie' ments against him for receiving mouev nnder false preienses. and when called upon Colvin pleaded guilty to one Indict ment. __ Fifty cents will buy you a ohoiee seat to hear the world renowned Fry concert singers in Brandy sine M, E. Church to morrow night. Broke the Dover Century Record. D. F Mayne ef the Wilmington Wheel Club broke the Dover century run on Sunday by making the ran in 8 hours and 10 minutes riding time and 8 40 actual time. On Saturday Seeds, McDaniel, Merrthcw, Ward and others will ran the coarse and try to beat Msyue's record. man EVERYONE SNEEZING. Cdidi Remarkably Prevalent Will Ui« Grip Rstitro? l>»t*K«r of Pueamonla, Have yon noticed the unupual number of cold* |HH*Be*«cd by your ftcquaintaocofl thin year ? There seem*! to be no particular reaflon why the fall of this y»*ar shunld be more trying tüau u»»»aï, bat, uuvertheleee, it is a fact. Those who know Fomethini; of these matters, say that this extraordinary prevalence of colds is the forerunner of another visita: ion of the Grip. Whether it may turn out so or not, a thing everyone should do is to get rid of a cold as pooh as possible on account of the danger to which a per.-on with a "little cold'* is exposed. Pneu moni * nobody wishes to face, aud it is uo ex agg ration to state that eighty per cent, of deaths from this cause could bave been averted if the folds out of which they grew had been cured. By far the best method of ridding oneself of a cold is to take a little pure stimulant in water and keep warm after having cne so. The greatest care and prou.pt measures should be taken at the slightest sign of the approach of pneumonia, h you have a tick ling in the throat, tightness of the chest, pain in th** head, a chilly feeling or paftis through out the body, immediately use ome pure stimula t to promote the circulation and avert the catastrophe. Ii should be part it u larly borne in mind that to lie of the re quired value, the stimulant must be pure, ar.d Whiskey, which can be dru ?g?st or grocer, meet* the requirements. It is standard and reliable and the fact that it has received the endorsements of the Ie *d ing scientists and physicians of the present day is the best guarantee of its usefulness as a medicine Insist upon having it and do n t allow the salesman to sell you a substitute which he may recommend as 'just as gooj.* There is no other me ic cal whiskey which equals huffy's Pure Malt in purity and ex cellence. (whlekey preurably) Dnffy'a Pure Malt bteined of your RFillSRH. 'n OHDKKv. EGISTER'S ORDER. R REGISTER'S OFFICE. I Nkvt Ca>ti,b Cousrrv. Del , Sept. 15,1891. f Upon the application of John T. Dickey, Administrator of Bei Jamin W.Dlckey.lat* of Mill Creek i muired. In said county, de ceased. i t is ordered anil directed by the I fil ter tha the administ < ator aforesaid uive notice of urantiQK of letters of administration upon the estate of the deceased, with the date of granting tnerenf, by causing advertisements to be posted within forty days from the date of inch letters In six of the most public places of the county ot New Castle, requiring all per sons having demands »gainst the estate to present the same, or abide by an Act of As sembly in such case mode and provided: ami also cause the same to be inserted within Uu some period In the Evan iso Joprhal, s newspaper published in Wilmington, Del. and to be continued therein three weeks e. o. d. Given nnder the hand and Sea of Office of the Register aforesa'd at Wilmington, in New Caetlr county aforesaid, the day amt year above written. J. WILKINS COUCH,Reglstet L. S. NOTICE. All persons having claims against the estaBt of the deceased must present the same duly at'æted to the administrator,on or before September 15. 1892, or abide the Act of As sembly ln such case made and provided JOHN T DICKEY. Adml istrator. Address. J. Harvey Whiteman, Wilmington, IM FULL LINES OF FALL AND W)NTER z 05 i < O ^3 £ 3 as w oa > Q 50 c 2 so a Our 50c. White Shirt is mode with a double back aud front, a set-in linen bosom lined with du k, linen caff bands, patent back, sieeve and skirt stays—length, 36 inches. WYATT iL CO 603 MARKET STREET, «* A V E you seen our assort ment of handsome Cloth ing for Men, Boys and There's nothing that can surpass it at the prices. Our complete line is the de light of every buyer. H Children ? OR MEN.—An all wool Indigo Blue Suit, $9 ; ex tra good all wool Work ing Suit, $9 ; Black Cheviot, all-wool, $10 ; all-wool Cut away, $12; Superfine Diag onal, $16 ; Fine Corkscrew Prince Albert Suits, $20. F OR BOYS.— Dark Check, Check, Dark Plaids, Gray Plaid, Black Cheviot, Mixed Cheviot, Cassimere and many others too numerous to men tion, from $5 to $12, F Suits in Brown OR CHILDREN.— A neat Check, $2 ; Mixed Plaid, $3 ; Gray Pin Stripe, $3.50; Brown Twill, all wool, $4 ; gold-mixed Silk Cord, $450; Blue Middlesex Flannel, $4 50; Brown Invisi ble Plaid, $5.50 ; Double Breasted Black Cheviot, $6.50. All these and many others to fit children from 5 to 14 years. F of be it it a of of in as t E OFFER the largest and finest assortment of CARPETS ever seen in our large establishment, in cluding Ingrains, Tapestry Brussels, Eody Brussels, Mo quettes and a fine assortment of Rugs, Mats, Art Squares and Oil Cloths. We call special attention to our new line of w IF GRAIN CARPETS, which we believe will almoft equal a Body Brussels Carpet in wear and give a style and effeet not unlike the much higher priced grades of of of to s UR PRICES range from 45c a yard for the cheap» es-t, to 75c a yard for an Extra Super Ingrain Carpet. Tapestry Brussels from 6oc. to 90c. a yard ; handsome colors and styles. Body Brussels, $1 oo per 0 yard, As TERMS—On a Bill of $10 $1 Down and $1 Per Week. 7) I' i 4 SUCCESSOR TO PHIL. J. WALSH & CO, WILMINGTON, DEL. 8 7 8 8 10 5 8 a 10 a 11 IE HAYE OPENED A LARUE LOT OF India China, Dresden China,, Japanese China. The stock in all lines now very complete. 8 4 a 4 fl > 4 zar r ,ii l 611 Market Street T*ie AO TJ. W. And their friends will give an XCURSION to WASHINGTON, D.C. ON OCTOBER 27, Leaving Delaware Avenue Station at 8.40 a. m. The object will be .to escort the Grand Muster to the Capital to in stitute a Lodge witli 100 charter members. Tickets, $3.25 «cod for two days. NEW GOODS Just Arhivk.d, Split Peas, New Figs, Sweet York State Cider, New Prunes, New Head Rice, New Vir ginia Buckwheat, and anything that you watt in the Grocery line. Cape Cod Cranberries. Try our Dry Roast Coffee. LYNCH & LEARY, LEADING MADISON HT. GROCERS. N. W. Cor- 4th and Madison Sts. 809 King Street. Fifth and King Stree s are the place"* for fine grocer Is*. The sale ot our Gladstone flour lncreasesdt is the only pie ''~usf flour that make«* good bread, it Is what yo i suit to make y< nr mince pies; it is only ••J cents Our20c caffe« is excellent, ande our new and French coffee at If» rente mak excellent cups of coffee Our tea is as nea£ Overl *nd tea as we c an get Our needle t«" and Koglish breakfast we challenge any ou* to equal. Our new molasses at 2ft cents H gallon is excellent fer buckwheat cakes: oui y 7 cents: try it; it ni:ikos excellent ginger bread and bakes well Our sugar syrup ai II) cent a gallon is what we ha?e been selling at cents a quart: It is good value for the money Our Scotch sugar in pure; only 4 cent«; al child' en can eat it like candy and will do them no harm. We have Hollins's buck wheat, 3 packages for 25 cts. Ail our new raisins aud currants are In; new citron and mince meat; three good stores for sale- 80» King ctreet. Fifth and King streets and 12(Hi Market street. Apply at Hin» King street. T. M. WEIR. INSTRUCTION GEO. E. HYATT, TEACHER OF VIOLIN and MaNDOLIN, NO. 1033 POPLAR STREET. Orchestra« for Concerte and Parties. V KOI OSALS. PROPOSALS—SEALED PROPOSALS 1 will be received by the Trustees of the Poor of New Castle county until 9 o'clock a. m of October 28, for supplying the Almshouse from October 28 to Jan uary 27, 1892, wiih Beef, Mutton, Salt Perk, Bread, Groceries, Dry G^od*, Drugs aud Medicines, Shoes. Carpet Slippers. Flonr and Feed aud Gasoline. Bids for Beef will be by the quarter in proportion of one hind quarter to four for*-quarters, out of cattle well fatted, and dressing not less than 500 pounds. Bids for Mutton will be for, fore quarters only. Bids for Groceries, Dry Goods and Drugs will be on the various kinds named on the schedule, and mast be of the best quality Bid« for Gasoline must be of a not less standard of gravity than 33 degrees. All goods to be delivered at the Aims houst in such quantities and at such times as the Superintendent may order. The Trustees of the Poor reserve the right to reject auv or all bids not deemed to the interest of the institution JOHN GUTHRIE, Superintendent. EXCURSIONS lei Jersey and Wilmington Ferry Co. Steamers leave Wilmington dally. exceD 3unday-For Pennegrove. at 7.09 a m. and 1.00, 3.15 and 6 40 p m. For Hennsvllle and New Castle at 7 00 a. m . amt 3 15 p. m For Delaware City a«d Salem at 3.16 p. m. Sunday only—For Pennegrove at 9.00 a. m. 2.00 and 5 00 ri. m. For Peousvtlle at 9.00a m. and 2.00 p, m. Connections at Pei.nsgrove with steamer "Major Key bold" and with Delaware River R R. train lor way stations. Penasville ! the Steamer * BPH ! Castle In the morning, and fiom Philadel phla at Pennegrove In the afternooD. Connections at Wilmingtou with Wilmiug ' ton and Northern railroad. Baltimore and ! Ohio railroad and Pennsylvania isi-road, A. G. McCAUSLAND. Supt Seote-nber 14 1891. ami ra for Philadelphia via " will connectât New STEAMBOAT COHPAN5 ^yiLMINGTON Commencing, Tueeday, September 1, FALL TIME TABLE. Philadelphia, Chester and Wilmington Ronte STEAMERS CITY of 0HE8TER ▲MD BRANDYWINE d Leave Wilmington, Fourth street wharf at .30 and l(i.3n s n ana 1. end 4.15 p. m. Tjftve Philadelphia,Chestnut at 7 30 and 10.15 a. m„ and 1.80 and 4.09 p. in. i All o >ats Map at Cnesier b ttb ways t wharf KAIUBOADS ' nu _ . .. Jnlyl », 18» 1. iYa'oa will leave Wilmington as follows : Philadelphia leewees), 166,2 66, 42ft,6iU. 7 MI, 611, 9 W, 9 47, 10Iff, 10 Hi, 11 »I.U8A UKL am :$»' S\7. 6 6ft, fk.imTti 16 and tupn. .Accommodation, 6 36, « 56,7 U6, B lu, M) 45 s m., 1188, 8 28,, 8 45,4 85,1s »VT 40, and 111 Ai p m For Chester (express), 155. ( la 60, » «0, 9 4'. 11 ail, fi 6i »V, u »A mV 40,7» , 7 15 and »12- ^ ' Accommodation, 8 86, 8 68. 7 86, I KL M 44. 1130 am. 2 26. 3 4Â, 4 36,6 Xfi7 40 aie IBw p hl N ew York, 1 56, 2 66, 4 20, 6 AL 6 66. 160 iu u7 10 40, 11 51 a m, «WMTufté, 1 H.T« « 12, h 17. 5 W, •« 21 7 08. 7 15.» 12, wd»äp „ For Boston, without change, 5 68 a a For West Dhester. via Lnmokln,«« and 10 » m. 2 25 and 3 45 p m. For Newark (tient**) and Intern;»-late stations, 7 40 am, 12 54 and 880 p m. Baltimore and intermediate suttees hi U m, 12 » 8,2 17,4 46 and 9 06 pm and 12 a night Baltimore and Bay Line, 6 23 p in. Baltimore and Washington, 4 48, 8 M.8.1L 10 16, and II 00 am, 120*17*1 1IL » (*, 4,24. .(8, 7 40. 8 20 p ui and 12 4» night. Trains for Delaware Divialon leave for; Newcastle, 8 15, 11.23 a m. 2 46, Ml,. 4.48 8.15. 7 00, » 50 p in, and 1208 night. For Reboboth, 8.15 a. m.,3 60 p, m. Harrington, Delmar, and way stations. 8 16 a m, 4 48 p m. Express for Dover, Harrington and Detmar 11 18a m ami 12 01 night Express for Harrington, 8 (0 and f Ot ». m. Express for Cape Charles, uia coins vom fort, and Norfolk, 1118 a in and 12 81 nigh«. 7f«, 5H. m Leave Philadelphia, Broad street, tet Wtt mlngton, (expreos) 35 7 2«. 717, H 3Î, 9«, In ML HI 88,11 18, a m, *12 85. . 80. 2 02,8 81. 4M. , «J 6», 5 80, 6 07, 0 57, 7 40,uU, li 80, pm., sol 1218 night. Accommodation,6 25,748, 10 88, UK a -j I», 2 28, 3 10, 4 0», 4 48,8 22, 8 88. «I (*. s 10 Pi a»« 1188 p m. SUNDAY TRAINS. For Philadelphia lexpra»), 1 68, 8 60,800,1151, a m. 1 88, 3 04,117,1*4, 710 and » 18 p m. Accommodation, 7 00, 8 06, am. 1211,146 4 10, 5 20 and 10 80 p m. For Cheater (express). 1 IS. 8 60, 8 00, III a r , 5 17, 5 5«, 7 00, 7 3u and 9 12 p m. Accommodation, 7 00, 8 06, a m, 1210. ! 41, 4 10. 6 20 and 1(130 pm. For New York (express), I 56, 2 86, 4SI, 7DC 8.60. 1161 am, 12.10, 1.88.8 04, 4 10. 6 V 6 88 , fl 06, *6 21,7 08, and 10 30 pm. For Boaton, without chance, 6 66 p m. For West Chester, via Lamokln, 8 Hi a is, ami 5 2o p bi. For New Castle, 8 50 p m and 12 06 trigkf For Cape Charles, Old Point Uomtort and Norfolk. 12 01 night. For Middletown, Clayton, Dover, Wyoming, felton, Harrington, Bridgevllle. Siaford Laurel and Delmar, 1 l 66 4 88 , 6 « 8 . 7 88 , 01 night. Baltimore and Washington, 4 46, 8 OL , 12 08,5 28, *6 03, 7 40, 8 30 p m and lllS Baltimore, only 6 06 p m and 1213 night. Leave Philadelphia, Broad Btreet, tor Wil mington (express), 3 50,7 80, » 10,1118 a m. 5 08,667, 7 40, 8 36, IX18, D30 pm. and night. Accommodation, 8 36, 10 88. s m„ 2 (15. 8 10, 8 38, 10 I» and 11 38 p m. For further Information paeaeagoro i ferred to the ticket office at the station. Trains marked thus (*) are Limited Hti composed entirely of Pullman Dining Cars. OHA«. E, PUGH. General Manager IH If « flight * 41 . A 12 3ft, a r « r s rse, and J. R. WOLD, Gen. Pass. A-arnt. V) BALTIMORE IÜK1 RAILR0A6 sy hi Schedule In effect June 16,1894. ITIAIN8 LEAVE DELAWARE AV. UK PCI EAST BOUND. ^Üliurm trains. NEW YORK, dally, *3 08, *7 111, *7 4» *10 36 a m, *12 24 *2 46, *6 38. *7 4L *11 » p m. BOSTON.*5 38,p.m.UaUy,with Pali - on huff»« sleeping cars running through to Bon tea with out change via I'ongnkeeusle bridge, tendue passengers ln B. ft M station. Boeteu PHILADELPHIA, week days. *m (P «du. 8 45. *7 10, *7 48. 7 80, *8 40, 9 III, ♦» 50 19 00, *10 38. *11 52 a. m.; *12 24, 100, *2 46, 806. 410. 6 05 *8 38, 8 45, *7 41,8 80.10 OC, *11 38 p PHILADELPHIA, Bandars. *3 08. ft 46 *710, 7 80. »06. *10 36. 11 40 a. m.; *1284, 100,7145, 306.4 10, 6 65, *6 88, 6 46, *7 41, 8 36. m OU, *U 26 CHESTER, week dar». *3 8«. 8.1)6 6« *710, •7 43, 7 60. *8 40. » 00, *9 Ml. 10 00, *10 86 *11 88,a. m. 1 00. *2 45, 306, 4 10. 6 06, *6». 6 46 *7 4L 8 80. 10 00. *11 te p n-. CHESTER, Sundays, »306, 8 45. *7 10, 7 50, »06. *10 86, 11 40a. m„; 1 00. **45. 3 06, 4 10. 6 06, *6 88. 8 (6. *7 41. 8 30, 10 00, *11 26 p. a> Atlantic City, week days, *7 10 a in, *12 24. *2 45 p m. Sundays, *7 10, a m, *2 46 p m. WEST BOUND HALT1UOHK AND WASHINGTON *4 5«, •12 10, *2,06 2 86. *6 (16. T: 7 02, *8 47. *1018 a. m.; ♦6 21 *7 56 p m. daily. BALTIMORE and Way Stations, 7« a m, 2 55 p m. daily. Baltimore and principal stations on t hilft delphia Division. 10 08 a. m„ dally. NEWA RK, DEI ., *4 66. 7 02, *8 47, *4(136 » at, •12 111. 2 56, *51«! 1,7 36,*7 56. llUpm dally. PITTSBURG. u6 a. m., *6.08 p. m. . ally CHICAGO *6 47 ft. m„ *6 06 n. m. dftll CINCINNATI AND 8t. LOUIST *1* » p. m and *7 66 p. m, both daily. SINGEKLY ACCOMMODATION. 2 66. 7 36 and 1110 p. m., dally. LANUKNBERG ACCOMMODATION, week days. 7 < 2,11 00, a. m. 3 66 and 4 56 p m -to dais V30a. m.,256and 5 08p.m. TRAINS LEAVE MARKET ->*T. STATION For Philadelphia weukdas e, 5 36,8 30, 2* 1 ,*»33, *11 35, a HI,; 12 42, »46, 3 fie. 9 4 p n . Sunday*. 6 30 a m; 1* 42,2 45. 3 56. » 4 p. in. For Baltimore, weeh days, 6.35, 8 60 *81 •» 33. *11 )6 a m.. S 46, *6 Mi p. m. Snn.Uy « 26 a m, 2 4\ *6 OO p m. Baltimore ami principal stations on Pùljft» delphla DI-dMon »»8 a m„ dally, ex- pt 8and»y Sundays, » 25 a m. For iAnoeuoer» ami way «tâtions, cek day«, 6 50, 10 50, a. m; 2 46, 5 00 p in 3nB> day», 9 26 a m; * 46, 6 00 p m Chicago, »8. 15 a m. dally, except Sunday *6 00 p m. d ily. Pittsburg. *5 00 p in dally. Cincinnati and St. Loots, except Sunduy L-V.VHlLADttl.PmA r 1 •8 *11.35, a. m„ ooll FOR WILMINGTON Week-days, *4.28,8(0, 7 36, *815 low. *1135 a. m.. 12 (10 noon.' 1 46 1 K 8 40 *9 3, -,- - - - - -- ~ . 60. 301, «416, *431 4' 5, *6 20, 6 30. *6 48, «30, *7*1, lift. 010, and 11.30 p. m. *4 20, «00, *816, h»> •9T4. 10 00, •1136 a m.,12 00. noon, 160, 3 00. *4 31,4 36.*648, *4 2tl, (SOU, *8 16, *»> *»■». I# OU, .. _ .12 (1(1. noon. 160,100. *4 31. 4 86.<648, 6 at *; 20. 810,1010 and 1180 p. in. Telephone, Ao. 103. Rates to v 'et! tern Points lower than via any other Une. C. O. SCULL Gen.l Pass. Agent. J. T. ODELL. General Manager. ILMINUTON AND NORTHERN RAIL ROAD COMPANY. Time table, la effect June 21,1891. Trains leave Wilmington (French orree station) for B & O Junction, Mocrchanin, Granogue, Cossart, Chodd't on. I*o<-opeon, West Chester, . Mortonville, Coatee ville, Wayneebunj Junction. Springfield. Joanna. Btrueboro, Reading and Intermediate station! dally, except Sunday. 7 00 a m; 2 80 and 5 06 p ix Sunday only, 8 08 a m and 7 »0 p ta, and fer Springfield and Intermediate stations a 400 p m. For B ft O. Junction; Montchanin; Gayen oourt; Granogue; Cossart; Chodd's Ford Junc tion: Pocopson. Embrceville: Mortoavllla: CoateevIHe; Waynesburg Junction: Spring field and Intermediate stations, doily except Sunday, at 3 80 o. m For B *0. Junction, Newbridge-. Hag ley M mtch&nln and Intermediate stations: tally except Saturday and Sunday 617 p m - Sat urday onlv 10 15 p. m. For B. ftiJO. Junction: Newbridge. Haglaj and Intermediate stations, Saturday only. 6.17 p. m. Trains arrive at Wilmington, (French street station, from Reading; Blrdsboro: Joanna; Springfield; Waynesburg Junction: Coates ville: MortonvlHe: EmbreevUle West Chester; Pocopson; Chadd's Ford Ja action; Cossart.; Granogue; Guyencourt: Montchanin; B. ft O Junction and intermediate stations, dally, except Sunday at 9 4« and 11 68 a m. 8 46 poi. Sunday only at 9 07 a m and 130 p m. From Springfield, Waynesburg Junction Coatesville. Mortonville, EmbreevlUe, Po copson,Chadd's Ford Jum-iion Coseart, Gran ogue, Guyencourt, Montchanin, R. ft O. Junction and intermediate stations, (leite, 8 83.0. m. From Montchanin, B. A O.Junction and Intermediate stations, dally except diiY, 8 42a m. Saturdayonly,l 53pm. From Hagley, Newbridge, H. ftO. Junction and Intermediate stations, dally except "un day, 6 42 am; Saturday only, 1 53 and 71ft u 10 A G. HOC AUSLAND, Superintendent _ HOW NKBS BRIGGS.Gen'l »aas. Ail«» PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAIL 1 ROAD "Royal Routs" Between Phil adelphia and Atlantic City. The Only Double Tkach Line. Schedule in Svvect June 8,1891. vv (iayMicourta Ford Janctl BbmruMi "tnm ATLANTIC CITY DIVISION. Leave Philadelphia, Chestnut Stpwe- wharf aud South «net wharf. For Atlantic City W eek days—Express, 9.1», a. in , 2M, 4 00 p. m. Accommodations 8 00 a. m. and i 0» p. m. Sundays—Express. 9.08 a.œ.. Accommoda tion, 8 no a. m. and 4 80 Returning, Atlantic and Aikansaa avenue«. -Express,:.;», ».no. a. m., and 4.00p. m. Accom modation, 310 a. m. and 4.sfl p. m. Sundays—Express, 4.Ü0 p.m Accommoda tion. 7 30 a. m , 4.30 p. m. A A. MCLEOD. / O.G. HANCOCK, Pres and Gen, Manager. Gen. Pass A*L Atlantic City ' depot. Weak days leave I'NNNIg AMBSKAT-E CHANS* OA* • ■ WAD AY Hti © gSTM BOO* a* XI» * * » 7* '