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A GLIMPSE OF JAPAN.
Works of the Flowery Kingdom at our door. Beautiful exhibit of Japanese Bric-a-Brac Bare Curious &c. admired by hundreds. | The new store that has just been opened by the Japanese Fair Company at 415 Market street is already a popular one to the ladies of this city. The tasteful arrangement of the beau tiful wares presents a picture suggestive of Fairyland, and never before has the j city of Wilmington hail an opportunity i of seeing such a magnificent collection of rare nigs, choice Japanese bric-a-brac and curios of every description. * Among the interesting novelties are shell portiere, made of fifty thousand i shells gathered from the shores of Japan j made into a portier, through which glass beads are interspersed, forming a beau-1 tiful design of birds and flowers, also a I table of original packages, showing the way the goods arc packed in Japan for j the long journey to America. The packing is an art in itself and illustrates ; the wonderful skill and ingenuity witli J which the Japanese workmen envelop | every article in straw, tying and twisting I it into all sorts of inconceivable shapes 1 for the protection of the wares and finally forming it into a neat and com-; pact-like package that could be thrown across a room without injury to its con -' The walls are covered with a fine dis play of Japan's newest rug, the most durable in quality, that has ever Ix'en imported, lhe designs are copied direct from the Oriental rugs anil will tie found in all sizes. tents. antique Cloisonne, Uncliin, Kutani. Karansha, Moriaga and Ilirato—gems of 1 old art which will prove interesting to collectors. The choice table wares pretty cups anil s, fancy dishes, tea sets, Ac., in a variety of shapes and designs till deco-. rated with that great skill and beauty for which the Japanese are noted, and their clever imitations.of Dresden, Royal Worcester and other decorations are truly wonderful and cause some to question their right to a place in a Japanese col lection, hut any skeptic will lx' shown the contents of an original package, showing the rice straw and the native packing that no nation has been able to I I cd to call 'and visit the store wlietlii r wishing to purchase or not — anil at the inarv Trip to An inspection of this <le-j an attraction worthy of a visit and is con-: sidered one of the finest specimens in this country. It contains a fine collec tion of rare curios such as old Satsumas, partment will repay anyone who con templates purchasing rugs. The magnificent Teak wood Cabinet is sacuecr imitate. Every one interested is cordially invit same time — enjoy an m Japan. HIGH TIDE IN THE RIVER, 111 Hie New Castle Ihimngi Threaten Sluice. which The gule from t has been blowing for the past four days, iitvii the n of swelling tile in •:111s coming tides. list rate Janvier and those of (', T. of Mi n moved with the river. Holcomb built t ■ keep coffer dam n! a out the t v Va liev The exceptionally ■ ■>11. II poS it vork, ing swept ■ml foot below the average nt.T, and will he flooded t, the high ie hundred mid liftv »f about extent t 'oiisidirahle hue acres. and 11 hundred yards mu out. Molasses Coe,,11,11,1 Gems Made hv thc Wilmington Candy t - ,,. is •ipt of Aunt Siisun's. ai from a 1 very -.'Uc II,. popular. A SHIRT FACTORY. Newcastle May Have One II'it Gels I'l'opei' Encourage,,lent. , . , winch The shirt manufacturing firn has offered to locate in New Castle have explained their position to the people of thc town through the City Council and the Commercial chili, and it is now left ly whether this new industry shall settle here or not. Seventy-nine names are on the lists would-be opera! iv witli the inhabitants t, Sixty was till' number asked for to enable the firm to commence work, l ifteen hundred l»rs donated by the citizens of the city is the amount required to enable Mr. Powilermakcr to start the enterprise. Thc trustees of the New CastleC,millions have Ix'en asked to contribute. It I that sufficient land has been understn offered at a In f"t- a site for the v figure proposed factory. Indian Conclave to Meet. Indian Conclave No. 31 , A. <>. U. W„ desire all inemlxTS to attend the meeting to bo held tins evening. . * lx < iiriiinols Made with new figs. A most delicious; confection. Only at the \\ ihningtou < 'andy Co. POLICE COURT. gion this be Last Night's Roster Was a Large One. There was a press of business in last night's police court, ward was arrested yesterday afternoon Edward Wood for assault on complaint of Rncco Chin cilia. When the case came up for trial last night the prosecuting witness failed to appear, and the cose was postponed until Monday night next. Charles pickels was fined $3 and costs for flght ing on the public street. He had been arrested by oflicer James Riley after a lively scrimmage, John Furlough was arrested and fined $1 and costs. Frank Quinn, who was arrested on a charge of assaulting Henry Dugan, an aged cripple, was fined $10 and costs, which amounted to considerable, as there were many witnesses on both sides. Five small boys arrested for the larceny of some butter and salt from a car on the "Old Church" siding last Saturday afternoon, and about whose guilt there was no question, came up for trial. Evidence and the confessions of the boys themselves showed that they ; had taken the articles apparently with no J motive whatever and that they werepuz | zled to know what to de with theplun I der. Some hail taken it home and these 1 were immediately made to return it and punished. Some of them, however, sold the salt to people who should have known better than to buy it, as the boys only asked two cents for an eight-pound bag, proving conclusively that it was not honestly acquired. The purchasers were reprimanded severely by the judge, who reminded them that they became parties tl) t | R . cr j uie |,y Inlying the plunder, Improvements in Order. The Wilmington Cumlv Co. have been of trying to do a Tittle. Have you Siam the 1 store inside and out ? The test of all is jj|'! jam^t lisslirtinent of fresh candies to \ be found. Have added some new ones i lately. Their business is growing—try -1 ing hard to make it grow m ore. POLICE COMMISSION. ' ' Matters Considered at Last Night's Meeting. The Police Commission met last night aUl j transacted the usual business. Cap ta in Chambers reported favorably on the new schedule, which went into effect last NV eek. In accordance with the decision of the I commission, the horses of the police I patrol will tie in style for the rest of the winter. Like the football enthusiasts, r hair will nut lx* cut any more this j The Superintendent of Police and Fire j ' Alarms requested Chief Dolan to notify : the Weceacoc File ('oinpnnv to reset their j ■r a lecture the bovs' parents were allowe d to take then, home on the „n- j u demanding that if the boys were again ! found on or about the railroad property ;• case would be revived and the hoys ^. nt t() t ] 1L , St .| ll)r) | _ ( | a | striker s in the tower. The Cl implicated machinery which j erales them has become unreliable i ing to exposure to the weather, no extensive damage lias been done, and! IV. f av 1 Si avoid further injury, lhe mat chiller.v if Hai ti will take it out of hich has i | •w quarters. We have' will he raised several inches. The change in pusitim if the draught the line ed the trouble. We have .. We have had down to Inis Ilanf Optical polling. our ,. 1005 Market ! st 11-l CHURCH. ST. PAUL'S 11 , 1,1 1 n lhanks lM ' I i-fil of Slipper anil Song for llie Bel 1 tie t Tin cell. in thc bason A suptxT will he give of St. Paul's 1 !. <'. ('huri'l ' evening " lvl " The St. Paul's choir will also * time soon. church. cert s,,i, give an operatic cot The proceeds of both affairs will heap plied to meeting the expense entailed by the repairs now being made on the is . church property, 1 •ster PERSONAL. Miss Marion Blizzard spent Sunday in Baltimore. Miss Agnes G. Hummcll spent , i dav in New Castle, , 1 Cliarku "'.wdn. Grand Recorder of of j Ute A. O. 1 . \\ ., is in Baltimore, and A slight wreck on the Wilmington and left Northern at Birdsboro, l'a., yesterday. this , A halkv horse attracted a crowd yes not. 1 terduy afternoon at Delaware Avenue of! an ,i Tatnall street, till' Any information of . 1 . M. Bagiev's to w ] ler( . a ) )oll t Hi who has been missing since i Saturday, will kindly communicate with city )lU II10t * Jlc . P> x „. o 0 j.; ast Twelfth street, Mr. x; t , w York. is Iron Works It, sume. The Delaware Iron Company started been its works at New Castle anew Yesterday The large the with fires in three furnaces. bending furnace used to Ix'inl large pipe is short of coal, owing to the gale mak : ing it impossible t ive the coal barges. W„ Th<1 Th(i ]ar(?( , Hag of Mnritine Ex change, at New Castle, came very near going by the hoard Sunday night, and has rx'i-n saved from destruction, by a rigger running guy lines to hold it in its j present angular position. It will lx: 1 righted when the gale abates. DA YARD LEGION Will Celebrate Its 2Sth Anniversary To-Night. The silver wedding of the Bayard Le gion to Democracy will be celebrated this evening. All the arrangements have been completed, and it is the in tention of the committer! to excel all previous efforts. Oratory will have a gala night. Gov ernor Tunned, Senators Gray and Ken ney, Secretary of State Hughes, ex-Am bassador Thomas K. Bayard, Congress man Handy and Samuel Bancroft, Jr., have been invited. Thu Opera House orchestra will dis course music, assisted by solo instru mentalists and singers. About three hundred invitations have been sent out. A fine collation will be served. The decoration of the house will be commenced to-day. Checkers and Chess. A friendly series of games of checkers will he played in New Castle this week between II. O. Porter and John Shearer. Andrew Gallagher, referee. Good Candles Always at the Wilmington Candy Co. because they are fresh—supplying so many different stores is the reason. HE SYMPATHIZED. And His Way of Showing It Cost Brier Three Dollars. A short distance from New Castle is Buttonwood farm. It has been laid out into building lots and a number of them have been sold and built upon. Janies Gregg and Thomas Grier live on adjoin ing lotH. A son of Grier, a short time ago married a daughter of Gregg. The mar riage did not suit Gregg. Two or three weeks ago lie ealled on his daughter at her father-in-law's house and assaulted tier. The husband had him arrested present, and Robert Grier mid an uncle of the woman immediately proceeded to furnish a case for the Magistrate, outside j the office. Constable Green pulled in \ c,)st ,lim just three dollar i tor Ids fun. J -1 . — neat'aniT'iiollhfast 1 miw 'improved solid i gold eye-glasses, made by fhinf Optical Co., manufacturing opticians, Tenth and Market streets, Wilmington. Don't buy x loii you see t lem. A C ATHOLIC MISSION. - Bishop Halil AVill Address Himself to Protestants. Bishop llaid, of Wilmington, N. C., will soon visit this city for a week or ten days. While here he will he a guest at the St. Patrick's parochial house. His object is to conduct a mission, chiefly in j tended to reach non-Catholics. His plan will be to give a series of in j forma! talks or lectures, discussing : questions of religion. lie will then an j swer questions or objections which may 1 lx! raised. j u l>" n three charges, trespass, assault and ! disorderly conduct. The case was to have come up before Magistrate Kelley Saturday afternoon. It was held up by the attorneys of both sides. A large number of the friends of the parties were j 1 A question box will also be placed in | the church, and questions placed 111 the av 1 box will lx! answered at the next lecture. ] The Bishop will conduct his meetings j for one week, beginning next Saturday evening, and continuin nightly for one of week, the concluding lecture lxdng de i liverert tho Sunday night following. No will lx; charged, and the ; | attendance of thinking people isespeci-j a p. v desired. • Sloll j ! ! ! "Us Sweet Camly" ! ,.s remarked the other day, of that tide by the Wilmington Candy Co. , Croton, X. 5 Oct. 2 o.—The situation : 1,1 1 at the new Cornell dam, three miles from I |)iis village, is quiet to-day. On nrenunt j lM ' I of the sloi of Troops Ginii'il Hie Dam. ! blelic lias requested Captain Pruyn, of tlie Fourth Separate Company of Yonk weather resumption of •ork may In* postponed by the contraefc by s. Sheriff Johnson has reinforced his: original staff of 75 deputies to 175 men, and in order to prevent all possible trou the ers, fo bring his men up to the dam and aid in protecting the property of the con tractors. The troops arc expected txifore 1 noon. All the work on the dam is done in tlie open air, and the ruin will prevent any of the men from resuming their labors. This may give the sheriff the opportunity he wished to get, namely, that of gaining lie summit of the hills, which atpresentt is held by the strikers. Tin: Summit of the two hills, between which tlie dam is lxdng constructed, is the great point of vantage for tho dis contented men. Many of their houses arc up there', anil from that point they can effectually prevent any men from working in the basin Ixuieatli. Tlie sheriff said that lie intended to put his deputies up there, anil if he suc ceeds he will hold the key to the situa tion. in of and yes since with Many of the residents of the place, however, predict trouble before tliis is accomplished. Tlie sheriff is paying particular atten tion to the guarding of the big pumps that keep the basin for the foundation of the dam free from water. It was feared that tlie strikers would attempt to wreck elm pumping plant. The men, however, say that they will do 110 violence, and say that the whole tiiouhlc lies in tlie establishment of tlie trnrding house kept by Joseph .Sica, and boeir fear of being compelled to live lind pay high rates tor hoard. large pipe mak Ex near and a its lx: HELP WANTED—FEMALES. on at Women Wanted to sell Brassine. Lib eral contract. A aale at every door. Brassine Manufacturing Company River and Union Sts. WiTkesbarre, Pa. HELP WANTED--MALES. WANTED - Two Hustling Job Compositors. Apply today at this office. Wanted a Man. re 1 " eVB jy ' ow " 1'avmg Business, with responsible con ccrn. Apply at once, Box 8 Phila., Pa. --trict, Intelligent Boy Wanted. Must read | well. Permanent Position. Address | Drawer. 972, Wilmington, Delaware. Two gentlemen of good presence and address can secure profitable employment i it once. Call THE SUN, 108 East Sixth j street, Wilmington, Del. The United States tender Zizania, which 1ms been lying at Pusey & Jones' wharf for a few days, will proceed to he Philadelphia this morning, where she will take on board Secretary Long, of the i United States Navy, and Inspector C. J. | Train. She will then proceed to the League Island Navy Yard. The report that there will be a demonstration in TO MEET SECRETARY LONG. The Tender Zizania Will Proceed to Philadelphia To-day. honor of Secretary Long's visit to Phila delphia has been contradicted. On Saturday, October 30, the United States tender Zizania will start fur Reedy Island. She will carry a corps of physi cians, who will inspect the island witli a view of locating a quarantine there. or j 1 A Musicale will be given at the Dela-; ware Avenue Baptist Church, Monday evening, November 1 , at 8 o'clock, to meet tho debt for the new steam heating apparatus. Every effort lias been made to make the programme artistic anden tertaining. It is urged that since there is a payment to he made on the heating apparatus due November 1 , those mem -1 j lx-rs of the church unable to attend the luusicale will aid the undertaking by pur- i chasing tickets. The programme con- ; J sists of 11 mandolin and guitar trio by [Professor Baker. Miss Porter and Mr. i Dtwrence: vocal solos hv Miss Emma bore, Mr. Howard Carver, Miss Katha-j rine Garrett, Mr. Walter Bennett and I Miss Lulu Elliott. A vocal duet by Miss | Emma Lore and Miss Florence Cook and 1 piano solos by Mr. Leslie Cook and Miss Lorena Emmons. Miss Fogle, the teacher ,,f elocution at Friends' School, will re cite "The Village Gossips" and other se lections. Miss Fogle is an elocutionist of | ability. Mr. Charlton Brooks Murphy j of Philadelphia, an artist of high ability,: has been secured to play the violin.; Charge for admission 15 cents. Tickets ; can lx- secured of Mrs. W. A. Wulling, j No. 702 Delaware Avenue. The Candy You Buy Next : Go to the Wilmington Camlv C'o., and 1 see what nice ones they are making now. Delaware Avenue Musicale. j Candy may be candy, but t here is u (lit 1 ference in it; some is fresher and sweeter ♦ ; 1 | Ihat b wire it is Vnmv juy a ble some timi ■h than others. ] j The engines of the tug-boat Meteor Tug's Engines Bloke Down. broke down last evening, and she was brought down to the Pusey and Jones 1 Company for repaint. The Taurus took ; the Warner packets to Philadelphia. | , 1 'repaHiig tor IV1111 Day. j The work of elevating the rear of the ! < tpera House stage at New Castle will lx ! commenced this morning for the concert ! 011 Penn's Day. This is done in order 'that the audience can have it il look at the participants and act as a foil 1 setting to picture of fair maids, which : w j]| fuee the audience. I w i|] j The decorations floral, and a fine and lavish dis play may tx' expected. ! The Wilmington Candy Co. arc very i | much busier than last season; having | added two more experienced camlv makers, one from Huyler s store at f a lo, N. Y., the other from one of Phil adclphia's Ixist stores. Good material 1 and experienced help produces the large trade that this store lias. I j A Growing Business. is to Couldn't Get Work. The men employed en the dredges at Dan Baker Shoals, all of whom live at New Castle, were unable to go to work yesterday owing to the heavy seas run ning in the river and hay. Small skiffs are used as a means of transportation, and these were considered unsafe in such a gale and sea. A Hunnwny. A team belonging to A. Snyder, who keeps a creamery at No. 20d Jefferson street, ran away at Third and West streets this morning about 8 o'clock. The horse (lushed down West street and turned out Second. In turning the cor ner the wagon was upset and badly wrecked. The horse wns sopped just before it reached Washington street. Mr. Whiteman 111. George C. Whiteman, a well-known liveryman, is ill at his home, No. 70li Orange street. is of Their BaKKUKe Released. Tho baggage of Harry IV. Scmon's Minstrels, which was attached by tlie ra ' tor of the Delaware House for tills contracted by members of the company, has been released and tlie troupe left yesterday Salem, N. J. morning at 8.30 for LOCAL DOTS. Miss May Tubbs spent yesterday with Miss E. R. Todd, of New Castle. Joseph Fullmer denies the report that he would open a restaurant in this city. Mr. and Mrs. 8. H. Megee spent yes terday with Mrs. Lealcin Barnes, of Bal timore. A picture of the silver service to be presented to the gunboat Wilmington, is on exhibition in 8. H. Itoynard's window at Fifth and Market streets. L. C. Walsh, special examiner of the ' * . , . United States Pension Office for this dis- left this morning on an official trip down the State. He will be gone several jays. A CIBEAT SHOW AT WONDERLAND. Little did the many people who con gregated at Wonderland Theatre yestor day imagine that they would be enter tained with such a lengthy and meritori ous programme os was presented. Through some mistake in correspondence Manager Dockstadcr booked two extra specialties, and when rehearsal wns j called yesterday morning he found that j he had more performers than he could really use. But as the mistake occurred upon his part, lie decided to play all the people and the consequence wns that the biggest show of the year was introduced. There are twelve numbers on the pro gramme and all of them are first-class. The Furnums in their acrobatic exhibit presented a most wonderful act. Their like was never before seen in any circus or theatre in thin city. Shelvey and Sheridan, the "monk and tlio Irisli man," on the triple bars also received a great deal of attention. Romer and Collett, a duo of travesty sketch artists, presented a series of new songs and quaint dialogue. The Willett and Thorne t'omedy Company made their reapix'ar auce in a farce comedy entitled, "The Wrong Man in the flight Place." was presented in good style and was re ceived with screams of laughter, Ciiic.mo, Oct. 24 .—The will of George i M. Pullman was read to the family last ; night by Mr. Bunnells, the solicitor of the Pullman Company and Mr. Pullman's attorney. Neither Mr. Runnclls nor any member j of the family will make tliedetails public, j I It is said that Robert T. Lincoln and:- | Morgan B. Ream are the executors, j 1 These gentlemen also refused to speak of i the details. It is said that the will provides that the income of a trust fund shall be given to the sons, and that there is no disin | lieriting. The widow and her two j daughters are believed to he handsomely remembered. A morning paper printed a report to ; day purporting to give the details of the! j will, but as the attorney, executors and family have refused to sjx'ak of the will : since the funeral, the report is pure coil It PULLMAN'S WILL HEAD. The 'body of George M. Pullman is placed beyond the reach of "resurrec ♦ i * i.,m :. ; tionists" by lxing laid in a pit eight feet deep,scaled in with asphalt, concrete and steel bars. A foot-laver of asphalt is also placed above it, making it iinpossibk? for any: earthly power to remove the casket, 1 Hurrying Foster Home, P.viJts, 1 let. 25 .—\V illiam It. Foster, Jr., the special attorney of the Gratuity Fund of the New York ...re Ex -1 change, who absconded in 1888 with $ 193 ,(X )0 belonging to the fund, and who was arrested at Ncuilly, a short distance | from here, will he extradited direct to New 'tork. lhe extmditioii paix-rs i>>; the case, it is said to-dav, will lie teailv in time tor Fi ster to take the steamer from Havre. The American \ next Amhussy has taken a hand in the matter and will aid in hurrying the extradition paixTs, so that Foster will reach America i lls as ixissiblc. It lias been learned that the American lawyer has led a guv life since he left New York, a fugitive. But-,, ... , 7 adopted the alms of W ard, and with "Mrs. \\ aril" mixed familiarly with the elite of England, passing ns a gentleman I witli a fortune he had made 011 the New j York Stock Exchange. The male Chocolate Coeanut Royals Made by the Wilmington Candy Co. is very fine. Revolt in Dickinson College. Williamsport, l'a., Oct. 25 students of Dickinson College arc in re volt against President Gray. The rules of tlie institution are that no young man is allowed to converse with the same lady student oftener than once a fort night, anil such communication lias to b - carried on during the social hour on Friday evenings. Friday night the students committed some depredations, anil as a penalty I)r, Gray announced at the devotional hour last night that sociables would lie discon tinued. Tlie students hissed the doctor. New Castle Personals. Miss Ednfi Flinn is visiting in Ches ter, Pa. Edwin M. Herbert hns returned from a visit to Centreville, Md., Lewestown anil Georgetown, Del. John H. Connolly, who hns been visit ing abroad, returned to New York city last night. Hiilwcrlhe Tor The Sun. BACHARACH TAILORING CO. 200 Market Street. • Wilmington, Dtlamtrt. Suits and Overcoats strictly all wool. Made to order. Suita $10. and upwards. Overcoats $13.50 and upwards. We warrant all our garments to give satisfaction and fit'guaranteed. nTfUmTIDT 1111) IfllJB1 ffiDfl ff HRllr.lillflllII I II lift III F h Every day this week in entirely niv Perforiance. 20 Representative Specialties. ■jtnm GMATY, HID-W* Y The Worlds Champion Gymnasts. Julia Kelly Romer and Colette John Hardy Wills and Barron Willet and Thornies Comedy Co. and others Oysters in all styles, M&jOl* A. Smith's Cafe, Best show in town 10 and 20 c at the lowest prices Go to. Jesters Radies ai>4l <Jei)t 5 (^afe. lor> E. Fourth St. Game in season. Roast Dinners 25cts. Phone 843. Breakfast s ami Suppers are as excellent es his famous nud bountous 25 cent Bout Dinners in his remodeled and newly equipped rest eu rant, i» flarket St 1 Delicious Coffee, elegant Quick Luucli, Oysters in-every style, Baked Beans, Fish Cafss, etc, in basement For the Stylish Ascot Tie, go to MEARN'S 713 Market St. Wilmington, Del MAY CLOSE A CABLE STATION. Marilimc Evcliaiige May Abolish the One at Keeily Island. Tlie Maritime Exchange of l'liiladel phin have among other stations one at the Quarantine, situated on Reedy Island, Thc w i a ., or rather cable, connections Iu , wr in . .. w „ r king order (lll . nnv .,.,^1, of tilllt ,. Last week cer (ain ..rntninetit officials of the Exchange m .„ u .., ills|K . eti „ n „ f th( . stations at Marcus Hook, New Castle and Heeily luhiml. It is said that a radical change „ iav | K . j„ the matter of reporting may lx* closed, the stations, and one meat Reedy Island most probably, ow ing to the fact that the territory cm lx* covered from the station at Newcastle w j ( j, a BAYARD LEGION. AiTiingcinciils Completed lot- Its Colc Imntion To-moi'i'ow. Invitations have been generally receiv ed for the twenty-fifth anniversary of the Bayard Legion Democratic Club, the no t ice of which appeared in yesterday's Sun The invitations are very appropriate.They are neatly printed, in script type, and have at the top, an engraving of the Hon. Thomas F. bayard, together with the dates t.872 — 1897, indicating that tho club has boon in existence for 25 years. The committee appointed by the Bay ard Legion to make arrangements for the celebration, met last evening anil per fected thc program. Senators Gray anil Kenney, Governor Tunncll, Secretary of State Ifughes and Representative Hnnby will lx- present and u handsome souvenir lias been pre pared. Music will be furnished by the Opera House orchestra. Joseph P. Breur's Funeral. The funeral of Joseph P. Brear, son of Foreman Joint Brear of the P., W. & H. round-house, who died on Sunday morn ing, will take place to-morrow afternoon at 3 p. in., from the Old Swedes Church. Interment at Old Swedes' Cemetery. Fine solid 14k gold, warranted U. 8. Mint test eye glasses at a verv reasonable price. Haul Optical Co., manufacturing opti cians, Tenth and Market streets, Wil mington, Delaware.