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THIRD EDITION
THE UUI8UTVBE.
Specially reported for the Gazette.
) Dover, Del., March 12, 1870.
TI1K SENATE.
The Senate met at 10 o'clocx.
The following bills were produced ;,
to authorize Jane Burton to enclose a j f wr
piece of road in Mmsboro Ud., ; to vacate
a road in Little Creek^ lid., ; to transfer the
the lauds of Sarn'l Kenney in Sussex for
and
T.
No.
of
up
to
county ; to amend sec. 86 chap. 125 of the
Revised Statutes.
The following bills were read a second
time : to c onsolidate diats. 27 and 122
Misses co.; for carrying deadly weapons ;
in reference to recording deeds and mor^
g-ges; to consolidate diets.
.Sussex ; to exempt certaiu property from
execution process.
The f »Ilowiug bills were parsed : live
stock act for dist. No. 122 Sussex county ;
to authorize A. G. Philips to place two
gates across a road in Sussex county.
The committee on Revised Salut- s re
ported favorably upon the bill to remove
the New Castle county Court House to
Wilmington with amendment, making
to be appropriated $70,000, and
authorizing the W ilmington City Council
to donate ground for purposes of building.
The
McWhorter, adopted.
Mr. McWhorter then moved that the
bill be parsed w hich motion w as seconded
by Mr. Sba'pley.
Senator McWhorter said that he real
ized the importance of the measure, and
it was for the members of the General
Assembly to hear both sides carefully.—
Upon this particular subject he had put
himself at great pains to find out how
the people stood. Many of his constitu
ents were opposed to a change, but the
majority of the people of New Castle
county were iu favor of a removal. The
main objection raised to the bill is a
question of dollars and cents,
amount of assessable propeity in the
county is over $40,600,000, and the
amount asked is $70,000, which at 5 per
cent, is only a fraction of a cent on a
dollar. There could not be a more fa
vorable time for the erection of new
county buildings, for labor and material
Some say, let us
56 and 152
the
ers'
wa*
the
and
flee
ties,
ing
ere on motion of Mr.
endments
N
■ the
cd.
of
and
lower.
were nev
wait until there are sufficient funds in
the couuty treasury—but such a state of
ill never be. The principle
thing to be raised in its favor is that the
people want a division of the county, and
this will be the opening wedge.
Wilmington just representation and she
should bave the Court-house, and in the
lower county thus formed the Court
house should be more centrally located.
Senator Bharpley said that whenever a
movement of impôt lance was raised it
was sure to meet with opposition. The
members from Kein and Sussex county
could not realize the amount of trouble
to which the people of New Castle coun
ty were put by having their Court-house
so unfavorably located. The Court
houses in Kent and Sussex are in the
centre of the counties and in the busi
iiitres. The Court-house of New
Castle county is only convenient and
available to one-fifth of the people, and
four-fifths of the business that is done at
New Castle Couil-house comes from
Wilmington and the upper hundreds. In
the business of summoning witnesses,
«fcc., there will be a saving of from $ 2,000
to $:>,-■»( X» every year. The pre-eut Court
house is id-ventilated and too small, and
if the new county buildings are not erect
ed, then the old build ng will have to be
repaired at considerable expense. I hope
the members of Kent and Sussex will
grant the New Castle members the same
courtesy in the matter that we would
give them under similar circumstances.
already
allai rs
Senator Coocb said the bill, i
had been said,
important. He
in favor of the removal, but was not
ready to say whether be wa* readv to
vote or not. The people were overbur
dened with taxation and the
ire not paid up. He therefore moved
a postponement till next Thursday.
•Senator McWhorter opposed the mo
tion for postponement and said that the
subject wa* thorougly eanvj
postponement would
taxes
>1 a
ly increase the
oppori ion of the Minority. He insisted
»diate vote.
id «
upon au l
Sena or Sbarpley fav red the senti
ment of Mr. Me\V
beeter. The motion of
postponement was not made to mid any
amendments. The bill ha* been pending
s all for a long time and all the
before
papers have publi-hed it. Many petitions
have been presented au«l not one remon
strance. The postpone
bly delay th
•nt will proba
vement that the House
ive time to get the bill through.
Cooch supported the motion to
1 said that his motion for
to visit the J^evy Court of New
nty for the purpo-e of making
the repairs which it has
J
Senate
postpone •
uoilig
Cast le
Mijuirv
bee
as 1
he ,
said, that body w;
alu
to make
If they were
reme
in- '*1*1 < 'ourt Hons«*.
ake said imj
k'diig t»i
* right.
a wa y , in anticipation of the Court b«
held at New Castle he v
willing to vote for the bill.
The motion to postpone wasiost hytli
following vote: Aye*—Cooch, I)«'nne
1'ecnewill and Mr. Speaker— A.
Conaway, Hopkin*, McNVhoiter, Hiu
ami Sbarpley—5.
'The bill was then passed without a dis
senting vote.
The live stock act for dist. 23 and 161,
lost.
The act to plaut snub posts
iver for oyste
t»g
■ould tin

N;iv
Sussex county,
M ah on 's
■as referred to thi>
*11
mitten :
Peunewilh'De
mey
d Hopkins.
A«yourned.
A FT Kit NOON HESSIOE.
Senate met at 3 o'clock.
The act to ame
Delaware Laws was
Sbarpley.
The insurance bill pass .,1 tbe Senate.
The incorporât!
of the Delaware aud
wa* passed.
A number of unimportant bills
read a second time.
Adjourned.
HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES.
The House met at 10 o'clock.
On motion of Mr. Doran the live stock
bill for school district 38 New Castle
county wa* passed.
Mr. Houston presented sundry
perance memorial*.
Mr. Webb introduced a bill to prevent
live stock from running at large iu school
district No. 65 Sussex county which wa.»
'1 cfiaj>. 508, vol. 15,
introduced by Mr.
act of the pu re l lasers
Pennsylvania R. It.
were
tem
Mr. Collins from the committee
Revised »Statutes reporte«! the following
bills and they were pass«:«?.
An act supplementing the agt regulat
ing the sale of intoxicating Jiq
daring that cider made from apph
pears alone are not intoxicating in tin*
meaning of the Statut«*; »Iso an act ex
ntiug insurance companies from at
tachment process. Mr. Sharp called
liiajiiil in relation to telegraphic mo**a£
e*. The bill i* for the protect on of the
privacy of telegraphic message*. The
hill was passed.
on
de
I
em
up
Mr. Ware introduced a bill exempting
from execution process certain articles
of personal property making the exempt
ing in the present law extend to dint ross
for rent.
The bill to extend the jurisdiction of
Justices of the Peace to claims amount
ing to $200 was called up for a third read
ing ai d ou motion of Mr. Fooks was in
definitely postponed
Mr. Houston on part of the committee
referred the petition of
oerUin dtizuD8 ofSlimex county ^king
j f wr an investigation into the couuty
ollice», made a report which states that
the petitioners have ample remedy at law
for their grievances and recomtneud no
further investigation by the House. The
report wa* accepted and the committee
discharged.
Ou motion of Mr. Needles, the bill in
corporating She Hudson Branch Ditch
Compauy, near Felton, was called up
and passed.
Mr. Short called up the Senate hill di
vorcing Lewis S. Conaway from Sailie
T. Conaway, and the bill was read.
The live stock bill for School District
No. 18, Sussex couutv, was passe«].
On motion of Mr. Ware the hid for the
Prevention of Cruelty to Cbildreu w'as
passed.
The bill to divorce Isaac Jester from
Mary Jester was taken up and ou motion
of Mr. Cochran was postponed.
The hill incorporating the Delaware
Game Protection Association was takeu
up read a third time aud was paused.
Adjourned.
to whom
AFTERNOON SESSION.
House re-assembled at 3 30 o'clock. #
The bill to amend Chap. 73 of Revised
Statute* was read the second t
The Senate bill to incorporate Farm
ers' Market Company, of Wilmington,
wa* also read Mie second time.
Dr. Sharp called up the Senate bill for
the protection|of farmer«, truit growers,
and truckers, which
The Senate hill appointing one addi
tional term for holding the courts ot New
Castle county was read.
The hill fixing the term of t
flee of Sheriff of Kent and Sussex coun
ties, w'as, on motiou of Mr. Conaway
read the third time and passed.
A bill to incorporate the S . Vincent de
Paul Society was iutroduced by Mr.
and read.
The bill to change hours of bolding
election iu School District No. 8, was
taken up aud after an amendment (mak
ing the hours from 4 30 to 6 p. in.) was on
motion of Mr. Doran taken up and pass
read.
cd.
Dr. Sharp's bill to provide for the reg
istration ot births, marriages and denth*
of the State of Delaware was takeu up
and passed.
The bill to authorize Joseph Tatnall to
straighten a public road leading from
Harems Corner to Christiana creek was
passed.
The .Senate bill to consolidât
School
District* Nos. 172 and 125, Sussex county.
Mr. Houston introduced a bill to
vent five stock running at large
trict No. 131, Sussex county.
The Senate bill to remove the court
house of New Castle county fr<
Castle to city of Wilmington W'î
duced by Mr. Ware and read.
The Senate bill providing for the ap
pointment of an insurance commissioner
taken up and read.
At 5 o'clock the House on motion of
Mr. Colli
whole to consider the liquor tariff. Rep
i'esentative Ware wa* appointed chair
*n«l Representative C
At 6 30 the committee of the
to J.re
m DLs
New
intro
rent into a committee of the
ollins, chirk.
man,
hole
arose aud the chairman informe« I the
speaker that they had made progress
rmission lo set agmn to
morrow at four o'clock. Tfi«* House
granted the request and on motion ad
journed.
and requested
T11L DEMORALIZED WHEAT MAR
KET.
Chicago, March 11,1870.—'The wheat
market seems greatly demoralized, prices
to-day having declined two cents, with a
week feeling and pressure to sell at the 1
o'clock close. The reaction is chiefly on
account of numerous rumors regarding
Keene's movements.
Spring Opening
OF
DRESS GOODS,
TABLE LINENS,
Napkins, Towels,
Marseiiles& Domestic Quills,
J Opened this day a completo as
sortment of Arabian Suitings in plain
und plaid effects, in all wool at 25
cents.
A line of FRENCH all-wool T)E_
HEG ES, w and desirable shades,
at li.» cents. Rest value in the niar
, ket.
'I o close, a lot of last sea'son's
Spring Dress Goods at 15 cents for
mer prices, 25, 31 arm 374.
Zephyr Cloths, new and desirable,
(as durable in wear as the 35 cent
goods) at the low price of 18 cents.
Fine lines of Cretonnes and Spring
Chintzes at the LOWEST Market
rates.
Beautiful and Perfect Spring Cal
icoes at 5 cents.
One case of Corded Piques at 61,
excellent value, and a tine line Eng
lish and French corded, figured and
Damasse Piques.
One case large
quality white spreads
each, worth $1 U0 in any market.
_ A nice Jacquard spread at $1 10
1 25
size excellent
at 75 cents
Best
u
This is extra size.
Table linens, excellent value, at
25, 31, 40 and 50 cents.
Bleached linen table covers 24
and 3 yards long by two wide $2 75,
to3 00 and $3 50. TJieso are re
markably cheap goods, less in price
than by the yard.
W. M. Kennard & Co„
621 Market Street.
Four doors below Heventh 8t., wests'de
WILMINGTON. DEL.
Jaub
FOURTH EDITION
THE MAYOR'S COURT.
The Hearings Last Evening and This
Morning—An lInhappy Couple—A
Case of Bonds.
8lrange, that all at once police business
should take sud» a stride a* it has within
the past few days. Hi* Honor, the May
or is kept busv for nearly an hour morn
ing and evening hearing evidence, the
Chief busy in calling the names of wit
nesses; officer* Robinson and McLaue,
conducting the prisoueis from the cell*
to the dock, aiul buck, aud the audience
which till the little space, often have
their risibles affected by remarks that
are made by witnesses and prisoners.
"I demanda hearing "he shouted as
he was brought in vesterday morning by
officer Payne. "You will get it" he was
answered, a* the cell door closed upon
him, aud so he did at the hearing last
ev
»K
John Clark and Michael Maguire were
the first names called, and a* they were
placed lu the dock, they were charged by
officer Pay Ne, with being drunk and dis
orderly and using indecent language ou
the streets. $1 and costs was the sen
tence.
The next case called was that of Frank
Lobner, who was charged by his wife
with assaulting her, an 1 using threaten
ing language. The plaintif}' testified that
she wag afraid to live with the prisouer,
and that he had frequently struck her —
He had also stated that the first $10 he
nhtained he would give it to some
get her out of the way. The defendant
u*ked the witness #hy she frequented sa
loons, and she replied that he drove her
there, and also that she brought whiskey
for him to drink.
The next wit
egary, who testified that the prisoner
da very hard time of it with hi* wife,
that he had known her to go aud stay all
ulght at saloons,
prisoner go into the saloons and beg his
wife to go home. Lobner was required
to pay costs, and give $100 bail to keep
the peace.
The next prisoner, was a dilapidated
looking specimen of humanity, who was
arrested tor impudence to an otficer. He
gave his name us John Mlaven, and was
ordered to be locked Hp for 48 hours.
There being no further sases, court ad
journed.
to
li
called wa* .lam
Mt
b:i
II
bad also «een the
MOBMXO'fl CASEH.
Till
The ca*c« this morning were as fol
low*:
Alexander Greenley, col., for being
drunk was required to pay 60 cent* and
cost*.
Michael Kelley, drunk aud disorderly,
$1 aud cost*.
The next prisoner was an old
haired man, who gave hi*
Stewart. 11
grey
John
auie as
wa» arrested by Officer
Thomas at the P. W. & B. R. R., for
btdng drunk. The prisoner tried to beg
off, but it wa* of no use, as he wa* sent
enced to 15 days at New Castle.
Frauk Lobner, wa* next brought ouf,
being charged by David Lemon with
the larceny of two bonds.
Mr. Leiuou testified that it was his cus
tom before employing a man to drive his
wagon, Id require
bonds in question, were
given by a Mr. Robinson, and one for
$1,000given by Mr. Tideman himself.
The bonds were placed iu the safe, for
safe keeping, but in course of lime, he
took the $1,000 bond out of the safe and
placed it in I ho wardrobe, thinking it
would Ik* safer.
In a short time, Tideman left his
ploy, aud Lobm r followed. When lie
went to get the bond* lie found that they
were goue. On Thursday last, he in
company with his sou went to Loi
house and asked for tbe bonds but lie
would not give ibem up.
told him to give up the bonds, aud at
that Loliner jumped up aud struck her
bond of him. The
for $500
Lul.imr's
fe
in th« ev«.
LuDion and Miss Emily
Stoopes testified to hearing Lohuer *ay
that lie had taken Hi« bonds.
Mrs Mary Ann Tideman was called for
the defence. 8be testified that one Mon
day morning before her husband went
out with the wagon, he came home ami
got her to go up to Mr. Lemon's store for
the purpose of signing abend. We went
up stair*, aud signed a bond for $1,000.
The bond was in order to keep his
creditors from attaching the team. Mr.
Lemon par, icularly warned me not {to
about the transaction out
—Lemon claims the bond,
then the team belongs to my husband.
The witness wa* then turned over to
Mr. Lemon, who informed her that
what she had sworn to wa* a positive
Andrew
»rtf.
lie.
She in turn informed Mr. Lemon that
bhe would take none of his insults,
«he hail very little faith iu him. 7
controversy would have been contin
ued ha«l not His Honor required Loliner
to furnish $500 bail for Court
THE MARKETS.
Beef steak, 14a20c ; sirloin, 18a20c
roast, 14al8c; corned, 8al2c; chijiped
25a30c; ham *lice<l, 16al8e; wholesale, lüc
shoulilers, 8al0c ; flitch, liai
«ling, 16c ; hog's-h
10c: mutton, lOal!
10al6c; cutlets,
per pd; $1 a
ter,
eggs 18a20cper doz
soup bean.
])ound :
mil
1 cheese, 1
aril
•hops, 10al8c veal
18a20c ; chickens, 10al2
Sl.âo per pair but-,
nib butter, 20a25c
; onions 12 cents;
25c. per
ahbage, 10 a 12c. per head
50 jut hd. ; ducks, 00a$ 1.25 per pr,;
es 20a25c. per half peck ; beetsr
. half peck ; ajiples, 12a20 per
half peck; turkey*, $1 50a$2 50 per piece;
turnips, he j»«*r half peck ; *au*age, 10c
jier lb.; scrapple, 7c; Rock fish, 12ic
I; juke, 15c. sea-t)a*s,2 lbs
Poauders,10; cider 7c pr qt£25c
j>r gal.;celery. 8al5 per bunch; shad 60a75
cents a j»iece; herring, 45a50 c j»er dozen.
30 a 3 5c.
cents; 1
86
jiotat
Ida 12
I
for
- -
%
306 Market St.
New Goods
received daily.
OUR STOCK
was ngver no
FULL & COMPLETE
at the present time.
Bargains in every Department.
Our Prices Tell the Story
Russell & Spencer.
I
S. H. Staats,
No- 405 Market St.
IB OPENING ALMOHT DAILY, A
CHOICE AND
BEAUTIFUL STOCK
-OF
FANCY HOSIERY
FOR
Ladies, Gents and Misses,
Also opening a Large and
WELL Selected STOCK
OF
Black Silk Fringes,
PLAIN AND FANCY PEARL, CROCH
ET AND SILK BUTTONS, Ac.
BRETON AND TOKCHON LACES,
SWISS TIES, RUr FLINGS, Ac.
AT THE VERY LOWEST MARKET
RATES.
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for flljc. 7 hl. L wurrunlci a I.eUer effe
than is sold elsewhere for 1Ö aud 16c. per lb
Try our hroukfa.L coffee.lt la better
lli.n ever. Le.rer. of choice high grade
coffee, are Invited to try our etiolce Mara
c»lo»», Laguayra. and Old Java. We call
e.peclal atientlon to a veiy choice lot of
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Our Ooc t
HlfUngs only 18c per lb.
Green, HlacK, Japan and Mixed,
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No. a East Secaad St.
a j o i c »• i
Only 3 doors from Market street*
Don't get in the wrong Store. Look
for Crinnon's Name
ror ^rippen a Name.
fe re
choice, and warrant better
usually retailed for 75c per lb.
than
Pare Pepper & Spices a Specialty.
•f A full line of Hugars, wfiloli
-t to customers. An eb-gatil asKortine
of Vases, Toilet Sets, Chine
nese Gool*, which
close and make room f<
• hi at
• offering low to
other novelties.
Crippen's Tea Stores
Na. ® West ThiudC St.
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No. 1009 Market Street
PLUMBEH,
STEAM A Gif FITTEF
FIFTH EDITION.
SB.
est
two
will
n.an,
The
of
A RASCALLY YOUNG BAHON.
Still Another Warning to Aspiring
American Girls.
Boaton Harald Special.
Nobth Ada if a, Mass., March 8.—An
old acandal has been revived In the south
ern part of the county,
some three years ago there appeared In
West btockbridge a young mao of fine
address and pleaaing manners. He rep
resented hliuself as the son of a German
nobleman, in rank a baron, and succeed
ed in gaining an entrance into the most
•elect and aristocratic society. He gave
his name a* Frederic A. Von Kuprient.
To all he was courteous ; to many atten
tive. To one, however, he professed a
strong regard. She w as the daughter of
oue of the most prominent manufactu
rers of the town. The young couple
thrown frequently together, aud
warm attachment sprang up be
tween them, which eventually ended in
their marriage.
That ceremony was performed in the
German Catholic church at Albany, by
Rev. Father Nacthau, aud w as attended
tfith great pomp and splendor,
day or two spent in Albany, the bridal
pair took theii departure for New York,
with intentions taking the
from there direct to Germany,
days more passed by and the morning
dawned when they were to take pas
the water. It was theu
that Mrs. Von Kuprient .noticed tLat
a valuable gold watch, the gift of
her father, was somew hat out of repair
and her husband took it witli the
avowed intention of carrying it to a
neighboring jewelry's and having it re
pa red. He left the St. Nicholas with
that expressed intention aud the day
passed without his return. Another day
dawned and still another, and yet noth
ing was heard of the missing groom. A
«•'arch was finally instituted, when it
was discovered that the pretended no
hleuian had taken passage in an Euro
pean steamer from Philadelphia and
then the well-nigh distracted bride
learned for the first time that she had
been duped by a miserable scoundrel.
A telegram summoned her father to
her assistance and under his escort she
arrived at her home iu West 8trock bridge
a sorrowful, broken hearted woman. The
scenes of her childhood, however, had
eot for her the attractions of former
years, aud after remaining a short time
she went West, where within the past
year she has succeeded iu procuring i
Ohio divorce aud rumor has it that sue
soon to marry a wealthy Albany mer
chant. As to the scoundrel whom first
she married, inquiry abroad revealed the
intelligence that soon after hi« arrival in
Germany he was arrested as a deserter
from the German army and was either
shot
It seems that
uul
try.
wae
will
to
were
soon a
After a
post
slcamer
Several
ge acre
has
the
ry
7.
the
to
P
ly
of
an
is
A
exiled. It wa* also learned that
, as represented,the sou of a baron,
s the scapegrace ot the family.
he
but w
GERMAN POLITICAL CONFLICT.
The Proposed Dissolution of Parlior
mint—Personal Altercations with Bis
marck-Probable Result oj new Elec
tion.
London, March 11.—The Daily News
correspodileiit at Berlin, discussing the
renewed rumors of ths dissolution ot the
Reichstag,says: "The personal alterca
tious of the last two days have certainly
complicated the aituation immensely,
ami if mere personal irritatien were to be
considered. Prince Bismarck would have
( enough reasou for promptly appealing to
the people, hut there is yet no occasion
to doubt that the financial measures will
at least be autotituted to the present
Reichstag. The National Zeitung seem*
to Tear an early dissolution. It admits
that Pnnce Bismarck is all-powerful in
tbe council, which would readily
accede If he proposed dissolution. But
I out would ouly roHult in tha crearioifol'"»
lto?^^ÄSÄ. UBta -
, Thin is ,un,.owed to ralatu to tbe alleged
. Intention or Dr. Linker to join »lie ad
vonce.i llte ralH. Such a coalition of na
I tlon *** au '' »dvauced liberals would
' create a regular and very radical opposi
tion." .
i Tba Pall Mall Gazetted correepondent
at llcrliu m-i.m
i. mririfeiv
lb n, wir b< t r , e Prince
rhkoiarck relief mai Illy U|)on the election
aller the liarveet a* the most convenient
: time for bringing them to the pi'iiu."
I The Reichstag lo-dav rejected the ino
of tion In favor ofa European cunerees to
arrange a general diaarmamem. The
uliratnontanea, the eoclallsts and Herr
Bouuetnaun only aupported the motion.
Is
a
lie
N
ELECTION OF OFFjCEKS.
At tbo annual iue«ting ef the Wil.
I mlUKton Fountain Sodetv, held ytmter
I day afternoon, tbe following' offic ra
were elected :
President—Edward Ilnnghurst.
Vice President—Kev. T. O. Ltttell.
Secretary—Edward Brlngliurst, Jr
Treasurer— K. H. Ewbanks.
Managers—IU. Itev. Allred Lee, Pliil
lip Oarrett, Win. Caubv, Win. V. Wail
I lier, C. W. Howland, 2. James Dell, .las*
Hradford, E. T. Warner, Edward Hott«,
I William M. Canby, Ttioinaa li. Smith,
(ieo. W. Dual,, Mr«. Margaret Milles.
I 1 Mr». Edward Bringhurst, Mrs. M. W.
j Bringliurst, Mrs. Samuel Canby, Mrs.
William Canby, Mrs. C. W. Howland.
**«• i- J - Mth - k - vaugim,
J Mi*« Hannah Shipley, Miss Anne Semido
! Mis* Anna F. Cauiiy, Mis* Elizabeth D.
1 H ille*.
r ®, vio ^ to tlitJ election, the report of
tll « President wa* read, and shows that
the Hociety has fifteen fountains in use,
ami a balance iu Hie treasury of $62 47.
Tbe society also ha* $1,000 invested iu
city loan.
at
to
TEUl'EKAIt CE.
A large ami entbuaUstie temperance
meeting »as held lu,t evening in tbe
Moral Suasion Keform Association room
Third aud King «reels, under tbe auspi
ces ol tbe Ladies' Aid Society of that or
ganization.
Tbe meeting was presided over bv
Solomon Uersey. AddreAes were made
by Kev. J. B. Mann, Mr. Crawford and
ooloaon Jlersey.
H
r to
and
ayi'd

_ Vocal and instru
mrntal music was furnislied, and Miss
Florence iiollii.guwortli, recited an essay
entitled "Evils of Intemperance." There
was t large amount of interest manifest
ed iu tbe proceedings.
the
utfl,
f
«cut
THE FI8H MARKET.
The fish market was very active this
morning,ai d a large number of the finny
_ dispoieu of. The largest sale
is ot "Yellow Neds," which are shipped
here from Charleston, Md. During mis
morning, there were about twenty Dar
rels of them disposed of each b;
taiuiug on an average «00 fish.
YuHteulay tlmre w«r« several dozen or
unaware river lierring shipped to a deal
er iu tbts city from llelawire city
Julia J ohnson, a neßress, charged with
«he marder of au old lady in tilavt ,n
county, Oa., last October, was ar-uultied
Saturday, after au aide defense The
cltement wasiuteuee

si
rihe
1<I
Ilow
«Î2 J
el cou
ex
SB. TILDEn s
New
CHi<
OHO AN.
est ofllou. 8»wuïu "■n. 1 "*'
died iheCblawo »;,,!"' 1 '"-*««
probably
two centa. u g s '*«,
will be the imblli
n.an, now oAbe N ew ' y.JM
Commerce, is to u „„
The Tribune
editorial, will be prepJiV'* W
bureau Now Vmk',,, b ' l H
tu.lled to Chicago
of time. «wiliuguniK
thucabeofau.h,,^
ClWClNKATI, Ohio/ JI ..1 „
bi.Loi. Purcell baa n-cmv.iV'
uul McClo-kev asturji«;,* I'" 01
Iron, CMhollc coZS .m' *7"
try. At a conference hr 3* » ' '
tween the Cardinal iunl i . ;'*
Philadelphia, Boeloui A
wae decided that the ca« „r ,r
blabopof Cincinnati i Ï!
preference uver all other. Tt
will be brought licier,:
country immediately,
mitigated after Banter ana 1 11
to the different
priests.
»ud Lam
congregation*
U. 8. MARSHAL S SALI
This morning ai u o'clock r J
shal McMullen sold from tin
post office the steam dnslm v3
^ey, Junes A to., fur tk .J
The Foi'ii 1 >k* Cum
tiomh. During the |,a,t
has been a mar ked decline j u
tions to the government four
the weekly total having fall™
$30,M2,WW for the week endin,,
ry 8 to $11,245,700 fur I hat en 1 m
7. Under this decrease in the i
the price of four per een's l, u
below par. This decrease uataj
partly to the demand for monerk
to the opening of the spring ^
P »Uly, pel haps, to a disposition
part of capital to seek imvsinet
more In new business enterjirisa
while this is the ease at hum, i
active inquiry for American
reported from abroad, anil it | la(
ly that the process of refunding i
materially delayed. The subie
since January 1st fool up ja >j,)
and during the same time an tq,
of six per cents has been citing
The Manhattan Savings I list o
York will resume bun-nen. todijj
1
A GREAT REDUCÏ
IN PRICES or
Boots and Sk
DANIEL McOia
316 W.Ne«-ond
Is getting In his SPRING HTOCDfl
Mild shoes, which he will Le kbit tel
a GREAT REDUCTION from Dill
prices. He wishes his fr enliullll
lie In general to give him acaiii
determined on keeping 1
GOOD GOOJ
AND BELLING ThEïlîl
LOW PRIC)
mart-dA w3m
Reduction in Frif
COAL.
delivering Coal in
I am
offloe«, at the following low pries
STOVE. EGG AND BROKEN, I
UHEoTNUT, j
Caiefully prepared, 2240lbs. loi
ENOCH MOORE]
4lh Street Wliara
marl tf
Reduction of
GEO. W. HUSH k SON,I
street W Urf,
Will now .ell their unexceMj
Oo.li Coal at tbe followm* CMP'
BllOKLN, KOU AND STOVE,
N UT.
Put In cellars without charge*
House 1'aiutM'i
Grainer & Glazi
rK ia^l
I« prepared to do all
with
Prou>i»(a«Naf and wM,
Orders respectfully solicited. I
Office. No. 219 Shiol«»
sep29
FINE FURNITI
W. &. D, McEl^
a large and ean«
ed stock of
Offer for sale,
NEW & SECOND-1
FURNITÜ®
At their store,
Wo. 504 Tat«» 11
rill be sold U) eul1 l>ur
m
Goods
oct*-6m ___
pBUF. A. W. AABINKSt- '
TEACIIEB OF
"«si
Address, 710
feb *30108
or
lalsomine rs.
Raiaorniners an a WJJ i(
or years back beeU u W wall 8 '
•ng of the wbitewMbed
come this by the neW P r _^j n, the ^
dere«i Kal*oinine preparj« wl ij ,
si ebhades andii nt«. w itb*»
lied by any
be appu
nary brash. .nades
«ample oard. of tEi
om the agent for un» D
BBAl)* 0 *
KJ8. « AMU « FAUT ï« 11 ^
WU.MIMUT0S ,l)
CRD
JAMES
nSJti.

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