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THIRD EDITION
NEW OKLEANS'VOlUNTKEK fire
department.
PABADE ON HABCH 4 th.
A letter to the Baltimore Sub aays
Tbe firemen, of which there are mote
companies Ilian iu Baltimore, are organ
ized under the volunteer system. Their
companies number lu some cases a
mauy as a hundred men each at the
ropes, though tney are all equipped with
the newest steamers, the best horses
and tbe most improved hook-aud-lad
der apparatus. On the 4th of Match,
While the people in Washington wen
Inaugurating the President of the United
Btates, New Orleans c ucludrd its fes
tivities with a grand parade of the fire
meu rulers ot the city, iu their ran lo
were the Governor, several judges ol the
Supreme Court, various city otlicials,
city couucilmeu, &c. Everythiug that a
pampered force could desire was lavish
ed on this parade, and tbe good taste and
decorative skill ■ 1 the unapproachable
decorative artists of New Orleans could
not have desired a more oriliiaut ground
work than the burnished brass and steel
Of tbe costly fire apparatus. The ropes
Were covered with while silk aud eu
twined with colored silken cuids. Deli
cate shades of silk, pink trimmed With
gold, salmon Dimmed with silver,cream
color with gold, pale blue and silver
fringe, bullion tassels and threads ol
gold were used iu the construction ol
Ornameuia lor the tops ot tbe smoke
•tacks, for lamp covers and lor tbe ele
gant adornment ol the apparatus geuer
Ally. flumes wt-ie cuparisuard iu biack
And white enameled leather aud bullion
braid. Tbe splendid animals were led
between the manned ropes by jockeys
dressed iu salmon, white, cream and
ether delicate »hades of salin. Une
•teamer had the repiesentation of a
fountain, formed of fiowiug silver
JKhr-a<l» on the burnished smoke-stack
and miniature fountains on the lamps
A delegation of Chicago firemen, headed
by the Mayor of ilia city, Mr. Hamsun,
were guest» o£ ; the New Orleans depart
meut at the the time. Altogether Liren*
were upward» of twenty engine and
tiuck companies of New Orleans in the
Î rrocessiou, aggregating fully l,bUU uni
onised men, and it is very duOtful if
there are a» many uniformed militia
companies iu the btate. No colored
men belong to the hi« brigade,
is^omewbat different from ihe o den
times, when slaves worked lire machine.
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MR WINDOM'ö bUCCEöbOK.
Minneapolis, Minn., March 14.—^
special dispatch from SSL. i'aul lo the
Evening Journal sa^s:— "Uuv«*i
Fiilsbury this tuorning appointed Gen*
eiai A. J. K igertou, of Ka son, Uuiud
«Slates de. aior lo Li 11 the vacancy mad«
by Mr Windom's appointment to th«
Cabinet. The new öt iiai r will leav«
tor Washington ai noon to day."
A N EULll I hi
York H(
COURT.
F rn the No'
d
>2Haw much longer is the Supreme
.4 t> ol
t
L«'*'0ia.es to be ur^ii
gvuily Jell lu 1
dition? By law tm
• I'.nabled col'
id
'
iiibiinal cou^inis
Ol lilsejUMices. Ii hhouiu aiv%a^
ber iu reality, aud
and ot
■nuking due allowance for reasonable
hounl take part in
ie«i by the Couit.—
Cep loti-*, each
ry decision telide
Tue public welfare de
tbe law coutr-ai plates il. Hut wUal ha
bt-«- u the I act?
Foi lieariy three years Mr. J us ice
Hum ban no! sat Wit htn colleagues.
Justice Ol'tforU has but appeale«i o
Dg Ibis term, wnich C.-^an
Both are sun tue
early lw
this au«i
Mi.
I In
bm.ch d
Iasi au
the Court. F
Soai Jell L*y M r. J us
allow el io c
bn?
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u uujian* th«
ay an lias b«tn
Hone«; in
CM S<
VdCl
the iniddiu of i. t'U-y
the
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when g t «-at
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it is
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J llilatlh Of 11
le.l IU l ha
ir a few da.
il ry la redite
er.Cat felfcL
crippled e j .dm.
lueruly, but for
to l
uni
»>
iieneraft .\ev%s
The Frazer River, in British Colum
bia, is opened to navigation.
The L S. Slealuui i ennessee,flagship
of Rear OwUmnal
Havana yesterday tr
The back tenue; s and spare hands in
the print works al l* ail River, Massachu
setts, struck yesteiday lor an lucieasejoi
17 cents per day, which would make
their wages ÿl. 2 o.
U.au,
Ne
Orleans.
The Governor of Tennessee yesterday
sent a message to the Lr'gislaluie of Lha.
btate urging tne pi
tne piopwEi.nm of the bondholders
just the dein at pat and lure« p rr cent.
lULeiesi, the tonds loi un 2'J y*ai s.
Tha Govern or
day appointed Geuerul A. J.
to be L. C5. »'SenaLoi lOowece«:«
Wiodouj. i ne r»«: w bcUd'
Paul at
pi. acct-ptance of
ad
MiUUeo
Ei*mio.»
5ee;etary
left »St.
il
U lor V\ as
It la roput tea mat
gold auuniiver quai
Covered on Van
Li
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deposits of
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1Z
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xneus have bt-eu »« nt io 8an Fr. nc
IO be a*tsay ed
Bjh i b if tja tra ic/c*?-» j
i
FOR SALE.
A BPLKND1D FA KM In
Maryland, containing:{>7
of it Highly improved, cleat
the balance In wood lundi
convenient framft btnldi v-.., .
and »n g<nxi order. This Da fl _
giowlnu heavy crops of grain or iruJi;
the »oll I» a rich day lot
with yellow clay, no »an«!,
young app
acres ol Br
Somerset f;n.
res, •£, II,
farming lai
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early m
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i underlaied
» a fine
full bearing; l<>
5 raspberries l
of gooseberries, and
111 b
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le orchurd i
_ randy
beann*;and 2
5 acres of »1 r
*«>on
11 » a rail« » fi
K. R. ( which i»
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Ui Phila
phia, New
ila ftitealJl
Poco
York and Bost«
b«iRt Landing at Kcl.obntb,
moke river,
churches, »choois. flhli
E auie the ye
ealihy
trance ou the property, a
t'e will be given lor c »J t ,
aud pari credit, or part lu NV'i.
Pulladeiphla property; i>«»sm*-mo u i
en at any tiuie. ami th. stock and K ,V,w
lug crop» on »aid farm, if desired would
be sold with the farm For lur'hér
tlculsrs Inquire ol ihe «ubsorlher,
Townaeud, Delaware.
m ÖAMUEL TOWNHEND
Towuscud.Jan. 24. 2taw3m'
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at
THE CZAR TO BE SLAUGHTERED
On Thursday next the Caar will be
slaughtered with but very little cere
mony. The Czar referred to is noi the
Czar of all he Russiss, but be is tbe
esar of all the bogs l ha', have ever been
seen in this city. He is a full-blooded
Chester county while, and was pur
chased a few days ago together with
forty others of the same breed by Rising
& Lange, the well known pork butchers
on Orange street above Fourth. The
hog is certainly a monster among pork
era, his weight beiug nine hundred
pounds, He is ss large that be is un
able to stand but a very few minutes at
a lime, and bad to be shipped separately
in a crate constructed purposely for him.
Uii hogsliip was purchased from J. S.
ühaner of West Chester Pa. Any per
son who desires to see the bog should
call at the firm's place of business.
Messrs. Zising & Lange have slaughter
ed over 4,000 hog» thus far this season
PERSONAL.
Ex-Governor P. Cochran is In tbe city
ti-day. He looka In excellent health.
W. A. Boyd announces that he has
g iv* n up hi** plan of publishing adirée
tory of Wllmlngton aad the Peninsula.
Henry Wells, Smyrna; J. B. Messlck
HlaiiKhter's station; James Nicholson,
Hunimitt Bridge; George Deak v ne. New
Castle, were registered at the European
Hotel, aud John B. LeFevre, of Delaware
City, at the C'laytou Houso.
E. J Muhlh**usen, organist of Grace M.
E. Church, Wilmington, spent Huuday
•Ith the f mPy ol VV C. Rob Dson, « 'bes
ter, Pa. lie presided at tbe organ in the
vladison Btreet Church lasiKevtning and
! lie ('heeler Times says rendered cbarui
ing music.
MIs» Stella Porter, of Newark, Del.,
who has had charge of tbe North East
»»-icinHiy, will accompany her father.
D r . Porter, of Delaware College, to Min
neapolis, Minn., where he recently ac
cepted a professorship In h college there.
TDc Record of North Ea>t, «ays Miss
Porter's place there will be filled by Mlis
Mack «y, a daughter of Professor Mackey,
ol Newark.
"NOW WELL AND STRONG.'
Shipman. Illinois.
Du R. V Pibkce, Buff «Io, N. Y :
Dear .Sir, —I wish to state that- tnv
daughter, aged 18. was pronounced in
curable, ami wan fast failing, ua the doc*
tor*« thought, with consumption. 1 ob
tained a half dozeu tiottlea of your Dis
covery for her aud she commenced itn
proving at. oneo, and is now well aud
atr«mg. Öhe took the Discovery last
tall. Very truly your-,
Rev. ISAAC N. AUGUSTIN,
riuauciai aud Co min «re I *1
Wilmington, Del., March 4. ibHi.
I.ateHt Stock quo tali«
H«ald «t* Co., S. E. corner Seventh and
Market streets, Wilmington. Del., at 1
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barrel» ot hour. 20,800 bushels wheat, a
000 bush, corn, ùb-jj busn. oats, i860 nu»n.
barley, 05 barrel» whiskey.
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cloudiness, northerly, veering to warm
er easterly winds, stationary or lower
barometer.
THE DEAD CZAR.
NIHILISTS ACCKPT TUB ASSASSINATION
AS TU El 11 WOUK.
London, March 14.— There was a
constant succession of callers at the
misslau Embassy to day to express con
dolence. Among them were the Em
press Eugenie, the various Ambassadors
and foreign Ministers at Loudon, mem
bers of the government, Lord Heacoua
hele, Sir Alexander Galt, Cardinal Man
ning and Mr. Russel Lowell. The news
of the assassination was received by the
Russian revolutionary party In London
at five o'clock yesterday afternoon from
their friends iu Pails, Geneva and Si.
Petersburg. It was announced iu sociaI
democratic halls by the respective speak
ers later lit the evening, and was greeted
with loud and continued manifestations
of approval. It was stated that it is
confidently expected that the new Czai
would grant amnesty to all persons
lately transported to Liberia, and that
he voiId concede some form of consti
tutional government to the people of
Russia. In nihilist circles it is accepted
as a fact that the assassination is the
work of their organization and is not
due to private revenge. In the course
of the next few da>s the Russia Nib!list
Committee will, it is sa d, issue a state
ment of the whole affair, avowing the
act as perpetrated at their instigation
aud attempting to justify it. The nihi
lists think thaï the names giveti by the
two men arrested are a'Sumed, as they
a.e unknown to the revolutionists here.
The headquarters of the party has been
recently removed from London to Paris.
Hartmann, who w as concerned in the
Moscow attempt, left London last week.
A manifest«» has been issued, which
was addressed to the revolutionists of
both worlds, calling upon them to as
semble at an international social revolu
tionary Congress to be held in Loudon
on January 14, 1882.
A F IE II 1IIE EXPLOSION.
London, March 15.
The St. Petersburg Herald states
that the Czar was warned against at
tending the parade whence he was re
turiiinir when killed. After alighting
from his shattered carriage the Emper
or approached Houssakofi' and old' red
his removal. The police had ddliculiy
in protecting the seen
the fury «f the crowd. One of the
Czar's legs wi
"1 the thigh, his abdomen
open aud his face wi
surgeons declared that i
hie. A despatch from St.
Petersburg says:—When all the ofii
fiicials and
■s met at the Winter
take the oath of allegiance
lo the new Emperor, tl e E
1
i assiiKhin from
uttered to the top
was torn
injured. The
nutation
as mi j
cers ol ilie kiuaids, civil
mint dignit
Palace !
peror aud
Kinpicss and ilie Imperial family is
sued from the Cabinet where the dead
Czar lay. Iu
George's Halt
passing through 8t.
on the way io the
ebapel the Emperor slopped before
« he Guard of ilouor and said with
I should not like my son to
ascend the throne under such circum
stances as the present." The Agence
Russe, of St. Petersburg, says the
Grand Duke Michael was driving be
hind the Czar's sleigh with Colonel
ui;
«'motion.
>1
Dorjobky.
In«* second bomb thrower
not
arrested but disappeared in the crowd
UouHsakoff,
Wi
ho threw the liiat bomb,
a st'ident during tw*
ni ih Mining Academy,
bomb thrower lias been arrested,
is als
years
The second
lie
g man. The Cologne
Gazette publishes a telegram from the
Russian lioiitier, da ed 1 p. m., Sun
day, bta'ing that the police on the pre
%i«jus night made s veral domiciliary
'arch of a political cri
i he police had lately discoveredtraces
of the Czar.
A despatch from St. Petersburg to
the Cologne Gazet e says: The i
hin Jtuss.ikoff had beeu a long time
under
a y.
Vlhl h III
mal.
of a plot agamsl the In
sas
ol the police, who
him. The second
UKSassina
isplCl
had bee
éliminai «mplicated in tl*e
it yet bee
>plw regard the new* E
utmost confidence,
coriespondei-t at bt. Petersburg
• l i h *—General Mehkoflf announces
that only one assassin has beeu cap
lured, but that the police have made
numerous ariesis."
in
disc
.*red. The
peroi with
'1 lie bland
1'
tin
aid'»
The Assassination
ST. PEiEJtbLLltG,
»china, win,
au» first
ihh'dialely >u<
*u umenls for
March 14.—-Dr.
l)i
among the physi*
summoned to the Czar,
ought the necessaiy in
ainpulaiing the legs,which
* *- ,e held by llte flush only, the nones
being broken. Blood flowed profusely
from ihe lacerated wounds, lnuia rubner
i^andages w
leg, bei«
1 li«: (Jxar's right hand, uu which w as
g!uv«*, »vas found to be greatly lac**ra't*d.
Ills marriage ring wa# brokeu to pieces
and driven into the flesh. 'The surgeors
tied up the severed arteries under the in
lluence ei sulphate of oxygen
1 he Emperor opened his eyes and res
piration became apparent.
Kussakoff, who threw the first bomb,
has beeu a student during two year» at
the Mining Academy. The
been arrested.
applied first to Hie
gilt
' tlie kuee, ana then lu Ilie lefu
and ice.
I'Cond bomb
iln is also
Ihrowci Ji
young man.
I.OXWOK, March 14—A Berlin des
palcb to Hie 81 . James Ouzel te Uns e
mg, says: " i ll. first bomb thrown
the intention of killing the L'sar made
bole in Hie road tour fuel deep and four
leet wide."
veu
with

St- PETKHSBUftG, March 14—Gener
al Meiikofl' announces that only
assa-sin has been captured, hut that the
le numerous arrests.
*:ioo
uo
one
, 50
IU
»WExnixa ALLKGIAÄCB.
X he imperial family to day swore alle
The couit
u
l,
guince to Alexander HI.
» swore, iheir allegiance at 1 o'clock
Ibis aile m non.
St.
ollic«
it
i'ETKkkUUB#, Mardi 14—The
Ayeuct ^ liasse bays:—At 1 .3ü F. M.
ui«i, fin d ny cannon on the Fortress,
announced tb»* conclusion oftliecerc
de- j iiiomca connectod with the ascsnalou of
m Afcxandr i 111 to the throne.
10 1 ii.c »pace before the Pal
cred with people w» en the Emperor and
Empress passed ihrougli tbe crowd on
Jî I the way to the Kar.au Gathodral ,amidst
deafening aeciaiuai ion.
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. ^* TDLIüh. VERDI, of Washington,
D. L , tlie celebrated author, (J«»mmi»»lo
r ol ihe National Board ol HeaRO, ei
y» the Liebig FO. 's Arumated E
01 w itch
a I " 1 » lu valuable."
e» i lie», bait Rheum, Catarrh. Paiu
Periodb, Rh« um all »in,Colds and Neu
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J he Liebig Company «»ffers no cheap
goads. It offer» only honest preparation»
ai nouent prices. Hold in fifty cents and
dollar sizes, mhi0-0t.
MK'S L TIM TABI.il
TRAIN» LEAVE WILMINGTON
Kok Phi i.a JwaeiiiA.—1.58 £13, MU Ml
U'lS.'ju, 8.44, 10.ua. ltu», a. ni.; liW ; ta.JI.
MI.4S,£Utt £30,4.00, 8.17, 7.UU, 8.1», 10.00, P- »>•
on Huudays, 1.58, £zs, s.io,«. in.; 6^J, 8.17,
8.. *!, 8.65, 10.UOp. .
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fern. ; 1£2B, 12.4a, !U«. «.17. p. Ul. ou
Sundays, 1.58, 2.28 h. m., 8.17 p. ui.
Fob Baltimore ard Washington.-*
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1.51,5.UU. 7.5K, p. m. ou Hondaya, liai. 2.1«.
* 2.1 ,l,5o a.m.
Fob üaltimobx, (Bay Une connaction
US p, m. No Hunday trains.
Kok Naw t'ABTua.—8.UU 8..«, a.m.; 1.06
8.00, B.3u, p. m, NoôuuUay train»,
Kok 1IKI.Awàkk K. K.—8.30 a. m.; 1.0»,
ii.30, p.
Kob WiuilKurow
.ou, a. m.; 3.00, o.'Jû p, m.
Kok Diliv.ki Wbstkkk R. K.-7.I6
"■.sua.m.; 5.30 p. m. No Sunday trail a.
TRAIN« ARRIVE IN WILMINUJON
Kkok PHiUAnaneHia.—13.43, 1.1», £0»,
IM. 8.30; 0.25, ta m.; 13.15, l_4o, 1.02, £ »,
i.ao, 4.45.4je,5.10, ta», 7.uu, *.uo. ».ai. u.lo p
III. On «uutlays, ta.43, 1.5», 2.0», 7 it, le..
a
. .No Sunday tram a.
A Nuhiskhn R.
No Huutaav
а. m. : 7. v> p. m.
FmOM Nbw Yohk.—1.58, 2.08, 7.52,3 .J, h.
iu. j 12.46, 1.03, 4.50.7.00 p. in. On HU i *Bva
h-*, 2.U», 7.52 a. m.
l aoM ÜALTJ MoKE.—1.63, 2.17, V.M J.J>. t.
m.; 12.2U, 13.41,2.00,6.0« y.4.1, p. in. .
day», IU>2, 2.17 a. in.t>.07,8.50 p. in.
Phom Washington.—L& i, 2.17.
12.20, 13.31, 2.o5, 6.07, 0.50 p.
•lays, 6.07, 0.50 p. in,
* hob New Castee.— 8.48, 12.1 a. m.
5.10, 6.40
PaoM
б. 40 p. w. No HUüduy train».
8'HOB WlEHiNUTON A NuKTHEii* K. 11
8.0«, 11.25 a. IU.; 6.46 p. in. No Huuday
trains.
From dklawahk W*stekn H. K.—8.o>
a. in. * 2 15, p. m. No touuaay ir«*
KAIN8 FÜK WILMINGTON LEAVE
PHILADELPHIA.
a. in
. Un SUi
p. m. No Hunuay trull. ».
Diuwakh ii. U.
From Broad stukkt and w amhixqtuk
Av kNuit—7.u>,7.;<o, s.i j,IU..W, 1 Lue, H.i» a. in,
l. 50,5.00, i.jU. 4.ÜU, 4.JO, 5.lu, 6.00, u.4U, 8.00,
4.45, U. 4 J 0 p. m. Ou Huuduy s, ».15 a. in. ;
'».uo. 0.46, ll.;iu p. iu.
From Thihty-Hkcono and Markk.»
SriiKtars.—7.;k>, 11215 »A. II* ; 13.35, 4.UU, » .
m. ;l.Uoa.m. On Huuaay h, i.oo,
Note.—T he black figures rcpreaeui «■<
extra
••Limited ExprtM't.'
barged.
W 111'
FOR PHILADELPHIA.
WARNER'S
Phila. 8b Wilmington
O
Propellers
Will sail daily from
Market Street Wharf W il
mington, Dei.
At 6 O'Clack* P. M.,
AND
First Wharf below Chest
nut street, Phila.
At 6 O'Uiock, P. M.
Through rate* name« I to all Eaitern an I
Wesleru Cities, au«i freight lor warded
proo.ptiy by c«
to
clins linen. Exproa»
'hllauei .»h ua au<l VV
ton. hVeigni earefudv handled
our perhoual *upwt vision.
ell
111!
a
ii.lei
CHÂF.UR MARNtR A CO..
Market Ntr«*«*i Wlmrl Wil»tiln«rt«i
I)«*l «uur«.
«bl-T
j^ll E VAHlfr i l PALACE.
Adams & Bro.,
504 MARKET STREET,
dIC YC LES, BICYCLES,
A. liaiidboino «ot ol new Ciiliüreu'bcar
riaa«;» j uni in; « all aud exam
them.
Drw Clootln, liomei*U A* AdOoha,
, .'stair and i able Oil ninth»«
in
a
in
res
at
• arpets,
»V mil«» vv
, i
rockery
uiieiy* Rug.-, Games,
-Is, Dane Ha»
V> ago a*, V
Doll Garriageh,
orkh, r lags, La'tlerun,
-'tali
liais
:p«o0n
kina
b
A
gilt
ioys, Tu&zy Goods, ni olL
i kinds.
BOOTH, HLvjj
Aleuts lor John
oeorge Clark s « ».
lie C4Jtt*»U, iinu nil
aV.NU RLBBEHH.
lurk's
N. i. cotton,
e axent» loi*
Traînard, Armstrong Ac Co's ilki>
le end cotton
tiiaxuau
ice.
Cheapest place lu the city to buy
auyimufc. at
o04 MAIlKET ST.
a
des
a
four
Sl.OO
veu
with
b
a Large Load of
KINDLING WOOD,
OAK. AND PINE MIXED.
be leil at the following place»
Mr. Chu». E. rsalfi cr. Flour aud feed «tore,
No. 2 VV . iUlli Hired.
Ordern ci
the
one
W. C* TowFI
:T 6tn
<»ur and Fend 8tore,
d Tain* »1 Ei a,
John A. iiuey, N. W. cor. 6th and Madl
alle
Jams» b'Dnum i , Grocery Hiore, corner
8tli and Grange ulreelu.
Messrs. Wlal A Ring wait, 11 «rne»8 Htore,
N. E. cor. Hoco d and Mal setHU.
to kindling wood*
factory, corner ni Union and Gilpn
. will be promptly attended to.
Jamei» l. mckinney,
Wilmington Del,
a
of
and
on
Orders *eu. by
rnli7
«» Mwnoy with
WHEAT
Dealers
W. T. BOU1.H2 A CO., 130
U Halle Street, Chicago,
#ov
m. WdniwrartUtiua.
r HE WATTH TELEPHONE.—The won
ders of a »impie Instrument that will
yet make a noise m the world. Business
men wauling their offices conu«3Cted wit*
lemolepaiUci their works will do well
to call ou M. F. Hayden, corner Hixtb
and bhlpley streets, who has the agency
lor the a tute of Delaware. Where a line
is uow lu operation fer trial he refers lor
work done. Uelereac«5s : Geo. W. Bush A
bon; The Harlan & Uoilmg»worth Co.*
Jos. Baucroft & bous; J. J. Gallagtiei
Bros.» «d oUier», daol-oDuo J
and
rSsy-I UM MIUi
»>•
ou
2.1«.
1.0»,
£0»,
»,
p
ABOUT THE RAILROADS.
NO JfKW DKVELOPMKNTS IN BBOARD
TO TUB COMTKTiNO LINK.
Tbe railroad question is uow in etatu
quo, and no new developments are ap
parent. Tbe Baltimore & Ohio people
say they "have nothing to report," and
tbe Delaware Western people declare
"there is nothing new yet." Alluding
to the conference of B. A O. officials
with Levi C. Bird, Esq , iu this city, on
Saturday, the Baltimore Nun says :
Mr. John W. Davis aud Mr. Cowen
returned to Baltimore on Saturday even
ing, but ueilher of these gentlemen fell
at übe I ty to make any statement as to
the object or result of the conference
held iu Wilmington. Siuce the mis
carriage of the arrangement made by
the (iould-Garietl syndicate with Mr.
Thayer, for the tiansfer of a controlling
interest in the Philadelphia and Wil
mington road extreme reticence has
been the rule with Baltimore aud Ohio
dlicials.
On the same subject the Baltimore
Ornette has the following: Lie jjolin
K. Cowen] staled that nothing definite
had yet been settled and their delibera
tions In Delawaie had not been very
successful. It is thought, however, llial
the Baltimore and Ohio Company,which
Mr. Cowen represents, is lavorable to
building a competlting line instead of
co-operating with Col. McCoinb.
h.
t.
m.
11
CATHOLIC CHAPLAINS.
The delegat'H from the various
Catholic Beneficial aud Literary ttoci
eties of this Mate, held au adjourned
meetiug huuday afternoon, and
unanimously adopted the following
resolutions, asking that Catholic
Chaplaius he appoiuted iu the U. B.
Army and Navy:
W HKKKA8, It is one of the fuuda
ineiital priuciples of our government
that Congress shall make no law re
specting the establishment of religion
or prohibiting the free exercise there
of, tbe principle is thereby established
that it shall give no preference to any
religious denomination nor iu any
manner restrict or embarrass any one
in the free exercise thereoi; and
W hereas, The Army and Navy of
ilie United Mates is believed to be in
greater part composed of Catholics,
we hold that those defend.*rs of our
country should not iu justice be dis
criminated agaiust in the selectiou or
appointment of spiritual advisers or
ai my chaplains, but iliey are entitled
io the Dee exercise of iheir religion_
fully as it is enj -yed by those iu the
service who receive the inii istratious
ol chaplains of other deuomiuaiioiys;
anu
in,
;
» .
«■<
Wheukah, An unfair and we believe
uninicniioiiul discrimiuntion has been
heretofore made in ilie appointment
ol chaplains by which, until 5 months
ago, the array had one Ca holic cnap
lain and now has but two, while the
Brotes: nut army chaplains number 2«
and ol ibe 24 appointments allowed by
law lor the navy not one is Catholic.
Therefore be it.
JUtoltrd, By this convention repre
8 ('Utiü 2 llie Catholic Societies of the
S ate of Delaware, with an aggregate
membership ol 2,500, that the honora
ble Sena ois aud K'-prcsentalive of the
Slat»* ol Delaware be requested to vole
foi the passage of bill No. 4,3'JV, of*
fered by General Anson G. McCook,
of New York, entitled, "A bill io tegu
late tue appointment, assignment aud
duties of chaplains in the army aud
navy and lbr other purposes," uow
before the Committee ou Military Af
fairs, or such oilier bill or amendment
as may the better, in their judgment,
secure a led less of the grievances com
plained ot. Aud
W it Liu as. Our brethren, the Catho
lic Indians of the West, are suffeiiug
injustice by being deuied the right to
woiship God according to the dictates
of their conscience ; while proselyting
efforts are being constantly made to
cause them to abandon the faith iu
which ih»*y have be«*u taught, aud to
prevent them from practicing its pre
c pts ; while the Catholic mis»iouarit*s
are de Uaned by Protestant agents,
sustained by the ruling of the office of
Indian Allans, Ironi continuing the
ctl »its b gun cculuiies ago to convert
Indians from Paganism to Christiani
ty ; therefore, be it
Rteolved, lliat w« protest against th«*
- > called p iace policy, by which 80.000
('.tihulic Indians have been assigned to
i'ro'enlaül aïeuls and are by them debar
led from all privii»«ge of eojuyiiig the
free îx. reise of their religion, and Catb
ol.c uiisdoiiarie» résine ed iu minister*
il
an I
a
ii.lei
o 1 h
Ilexolced, That our HunorablA 8«oiato r n
aud K piettelif all ve be requested to vote
»option Ol tli«i hill
for in«
titled,
• An «ci grant equal piiviieges to all
iJeuominations in the ludiau
lions,"
reserva
hucti other law ah may in Iheir
cut remedy the evil Compltued of
and which will necure lor Ihe Catholic
futllautt the right of practicing their
tigion ami the right ol Caibo
ari»*M to labor lor iheir couversiou.
Ittxolccd, Thai a copy of tb«:ne résolu
lions i»«: irauMultfed lo tbe honorable
.Senators, Mr. T. F. Bayard and Mr Eli
•Saulnbury, and to the Huu. E L. M
iu, our r«*i»rehentaiive from this 8late,
and ihat a copy be sent to the pres« lor
publication.
liais
J u 'fK
re
: mission*
olL
ilki>
.SHERIFF'S SALE.
At the Court House, this Mott
day, auelioueer
Id tor ."'hurifi Clark ilie I'oiiowiue
properties :
House No. 1008 Poplar street, lot
ISxt.8 feet, property of David II.
Barker, lo George lleury Pearce,lor
8885.
btory brick fiouso belon.pu!' to
same, on hcotl slice., between Dela
waie and Gilpin avenues, lot 18*x07
'eet. to J . .Mai is, lor $100.
Lot 48x07 feet on 11 street, between
lb-ald and i'owuseud,South Wilming
ton, property of Peter J. Uumn, io J.
Hans, lor » 100 ,
Lilt 40x07 Get, adjoining the above,
properly of Peter J. tfuiun, to J. Maria,
Eaq., ior »130.
1 wo atuiy frame liouae on Second
.treet, west of Madison, lot 15x50 feet,
property ol Joim Logan, deceased, to
John 1'iuuket, tor $570.
House au, 1 small let on Wilmington
and C/firiniiana 'J urnpike, properly uf
gau, lu J. Maris, Kaq., for
Lui 34 by 07 feet, on It street between
Heald anil Tuwuaeud, property, ol f'eter
■I. Uiiiuii, to Jo.liua Mar.s, Ksq., for $6(1.
A large amount of property belonging
to faaae Murry was alsu sold.
SALE UF REAL ESTATE.
On Saiuiday alternoou J. Ï, Heald
reel estate agent, sold tbe following
properties at publiosale:
A two Btory frame house, No. 313
Lombard street, lot 16 lent 0 inches by 76
met to John Walab lor * 1206 .
A lot 111 feet «inches by 72 feet -ad
jolulng the above, ta Chine. Tracÿtar
$402. '»cy, ror
ST.
Frank »Slid hum
MU
l'wi
place»
«tore,
8tore,
Madl
corner
Htore,
wood*
Del,
with
130
Chicago,
John McG
» 100 .
won
will
wit*
well
Hixtb
agency
line
lor
A
Co.*
J
THE NEWS IN WASHINGTON,
Washington, March 13.—A des
pn*eb Ironi Miuister Foster, recciv
ed i arly this afternoon by Secretary
Blaine, brought the first news to
this citv of the Czar's assassination,
A MCoud despatch came shortly af
ter 2 o'clock from Minister White.
at Berlin. A copy of Minister Fos
ter'« despatch was sent at once to
the Russian Legation,reaching there
nearly an hour in advance ot direct
Information from St. Felershurg. It
was several hours later before the
news had aulhiug like general circu
1 alien, hut this evening it is talked
over every where andubsoihs con
versation at the various Legations,
The Russian Legation has been
overrun with cullers uli the evening
aud both from the Slate Department
aud from lus diplomatic ussocir.tcs
Mr. Barlholomei, ths Miuistcr, has
received expressions of condolence,
"ST. Uktcksiiuko, Maxell 13, 1881.
"7\) Air. U 'nine, Secretary, Wa»hinytou,l>.C.:
"Empeior wuuuJed in a carnage to
d»y by a bomb, injury not yet known,
Hardly had the Secretary recoveied
from the shock occas needby thonceipt
of the above when, at 12.2.0 p. m. he le
ceived the following.
"Sr. PKTKiiMiirmi, March 13.
' JHaine, Secretary, Wash nyto /*
"Emperoi dead.
(Bigued)
On receipt of tue last dispatch Sucre*
tary lilaine prcuipt. y couuuuuicateu
with the IV «ident, and immediately
thereafter sent tbe following :
"Washington, March 13.
ieun Mi meter, St. Peter »bur y :
F08TB.IL"
"Abeter, Av
"Express to the Miui**t«*r
Affairs the sentiments of sorrow with
which the President and the people of
th«* Unit 11 at ; hit ii rd of tl
rible crime ol which toe Emperor has
been the victim, and their profound
sympathy with the Imperial family and
the Kussiau people in their gr«*at allhc
Uou. Blaine, Ncctreiary."
>f roreirn
SKETCH OF THE CZAR.
Aloxandur II, Nieolaievitcli,
Lorn April 21«, ISIS.
Nicliolas, Czar of Kussias, anil Ins
mother. Alexandra Feodoroona,
sister to Frodunck William IV, and
William I, of 1'iussia.
lie was tho object
lions of his parents, who
treincly caiolui of ills odiicaliou.
his early years his royal father was his
tutor, and Generals Frederis ami Ka
velin acted as assisi anls. une of the
ijiealest of Russian poets. Zhukovsky,
also acted as instructor. Although
possessed of no transcendental ah ii
ties, the fuiure Caar proved himself to
he endowed with moi
judgment, and a noticeable Halt of ids
character was ihat he showed none of
the violent passions which had been
the principal characteristics of the
Romauotls.
was
His lather was
w as a
From iuiancy
f thn tender allée
were ex
lu

by
of*
Af
to
to
iu
to
of
the
th«*
to
the
than common
THE NEW CZAR.
By lar the most prominent of the Im
perial family after the Czar
is his son,
Alexander Alexaudrovitch. He 1» regard
ed by many as Russia's last hope. 1 hlr
ty-tive years have passed over his head,
hut he looks much older, lie is
handsome man. 11 is facets decidedly
Caluiuck iu type. He fsgiowmg bald
the temples and back of the head, lik«*
the PriiiC'i of Wales and
royal Princes o r Europe.
He has a heavy square forehead, a
short flat nose,a Mephistophelean mouth
aud a muddy complexion. The expres
sion of his countenance is a curious
mixture of good-nature aud harshness.
Ill* lacc,geueial demeanor aud character
present a marked contract to the noble
form and stately presence ol his !ath«r.
not a
in a ii y other
PREVIOUS AT TB M PTS ON TUE
CZAR'S LIKE.
On the 10 h of April IbCÖ, a student
I he Emperor,
fl, lfc(i7, his life attempted by
a Pole named BerezoWbki
Eiu| eror w
the Fiend) at Pai is.
ratued Karag* sof tired
On Ju
while the
visiting the Bmperor of
Ou Apni 14, lb7W, four shots were
fifed at fmu by a retired functionary of
the Finance Department named bk- lot
he was taking his morning walk
the Winter Palace.
near
In addr«»siii|{ tli«
people wlio came io congratulai» him on
tils safety; the Czar sani. "This la the
thirU ilia« God ha» saved me."
Ou December 1, Iblfi, an attempt was
made to wreck his train while he w
I ravelling horn St. l'eleisburg toll
cow. His tram eacaped but be baggage
nain was blown oll tlie track by
expinion,a tiinn. l having been dug under
tbe roadbed and filled with powder.
On Febiuary 17, 1880, a mine
laid below the dining hall in the Winter
Ualace and fired about tbe time the Czar
and hit family were in the habit uf din
ing. Fonuuately they had been delayed
on this occasion. Five soldiers were
killed and llnrty-live wounded.
r n
UH
all
of
Eli
lor
W a I
re
A SAVAGE MURDER.
Chicago, March, 13, 1881.
George McBride, a hostler in the em
ploy o! William B. 8imp»on, shot anil
killed to-day by a well known gambler
and thief named Henry Gilmore,in front
of the Wabash Avenue Favillimi. 8imp
son w as ou a spree last night, and Mc
Bride was sent from his home to hunt
nun up, and found him iu the Favilioii,
iu the company of Gilmore,
tried to get his einpl >yer away, but G I
ruora interfered and call«*«! McBride
names, wheieupon McBnde invited him
outside to settle tho matter with their
fists.
lot
II.
to
J.
feet,
to
uf
for
$6(1.
B .
313 Jo * e pk L. Carpenter, Jr., late Col
76 "« County 'Paxes for the North
oru District of Wilminuton u.
tied in full with H I t K ,'. " et -
bad 1„LIÏ 1 a Lc¥y ^ üu , 11
ror nan Ins otficial bond sa'islied. He has
yet some taxuB to colleet, however.
McBritlc
When they started out Gilmore was
banded a pislul by the bal -tender.
When Simpson noticed the pistol in Gil
more's baud he tried to slop Hie fight,and
McBride, said be had no intention ol
lighting unarmed, with Gilmore, i he
latter said ho would not let nis adversai v
oil so, and, levelling the pistol over
b.mpsuii's shoulder, sent a ball through
McBride's temple killing him iustanly.
Simpson and the owner of the saloon
aud Ihe bat-lender weie anesled, but
Gilmore escaped. According to au luter
Ucsun special from Fort Wayne, Did.
Gilmme was a well-known gambler Uiere
or some time, and is generally supposed
ta have been'mpheated in the murder
of ex-Cuioner Webb, which occurred
here In May, lb7b.
SET 1 BED IN FULL.
and
D
' „ , nTBDI ' T Pro *i*broui. _
) P^P® 1 » in l'ltilatlulpi .h fi..,.
) v «ry unprofitable the be "
to started and while other* - **'
gui lung it has t
af „ ate* th« 1 m ° ! 'ey. ft
brl8fl hw :
nf has »ttaim d a
to .... : . »uccess in six y«ars that 0
,, f A.neriesn^oun^f^J 11 ^
iw .in-..« ... J .!, 8lu - Altern,:
It ,, ul ,i, calju u „e? er '^ P ub,i <»tio.i, lt
, rom jUl ' )iu , rj^rram a dul, v
au< | j t olosed the ut ex l" i «»i
capital intact aud a liL^"' * ill >iU
in us treasury. It i« »' ,Profit
only first class daily w , lll!te ' the
fouuded in this country e,w
noi less than 7 per cent an \ -
duLdsto its shareholders fro ti
.t started; that never Kllve "i tbe
other obligation for money on nT
ness; that never borrowed « V ,
,lm '' ""T 0I,e ! 'fiat never lia« a n;n'"
p id after matunty or .demand ig?
to- *1 oo^Mcf® r real e ' uto moi;.
"»'taeasurv ioUa» f 'Tîî™ PK»ÜU i
KoSS or 1 • 4ud tijat
dollar of debt
*2UO,UOO of capital,
le- 1
J,iM * a,l y one else stated it we should
not have believed it; but sin« th*
lime, itself makes the statement »,
are bound to put faith in it. ,s uretlj ,
Timet people ought to bchappy.
Ian.
ih paid
hWiihüver
property, without
lovestnieot of
0Q8
ou au
:
COLORED OANDlUATEs.
Alltiitog to IU« »orauit,!« | l)r tll „ »
rai otfiirm. Minons tlj« Bsitiuiois
lean., tu« Ginette Haj»;
0 th« tl«l.| wlio claim that tk„ J'*
l. ..pi» inn-l Lav« a lair .bar, "T
atiov» ..file«.. Tim, «a, tl,,, „„ [
um «IU.-W ol th, Hopubhcat,
ni tfils htaic, that wltliout Ibtiui it |f J
•corporal a «n.nl, »u,| that lb. v ,j 0 th.
t>. .1 p .it of the voting, >«l rucciv.
ot tin-»poll., or at h ast a m« r » m.,7
po'itar , " t ^° a ^ a !> 0 tho.sougeihhipo'
1 Ins IS juat about tb« rolailoi, ,,f tk
uc k'° lo 'b' - Ropublican pari, i. ji,..
war«, ami it la »nut ,omo of tb. WiL
nil Tilton n«irroMH ur« g 0 in K to bav. Him
claiu.h reco({ulz«J by lb« ailuiiumrailoi
or know th«« reason why.
of
hoi
Ins
his
the
ii
to
ids
of
a
Local Linen.
The first thunder and lightning
of the season iu this vicinity, occur
red during the storm of .Saturday
evening. '
Repair your pavement mid save
trouble through Lite Street C'ommia
sioner.
lu
Wilmington's
favorite actress,
M iggie Mitchell, will appear in tin
Opera ^House
April.
soin e time during
The American lüfte» mW i«e.
tins eveuiug lor the purpom o!
electing ;t cajituin in place of Capt.
Hueknmster, resigned.
Fifteen passenger cur» were ship
ped hj- Bowers, Dure & Uo., to th«
Slieuuudoah Vally 11. U.,ou Satur
day.
Im
son,
hlr
lik«*
a
The Trustees of the Poor announce
by advertisement to-day that per*
sons desiring; to obtain a permit
enter the »niuil-pox hospital can
ho without applying lo meiubero
the Bounl of Health by calling
the office 103 \V. Sixth street.
a
The annual hall of the Fine Knot
Assembly will take place in Web
ster's Dancing Academy on Easter
Monday ni^lit.
A man was badly assaulted
Front street on Saturday cveninn,
while escorta»" a lady from the
\V. A. B. H. H., depot tolar hume.
A number of persons were bapliL
ed in West Presbyterian church
yesterday.
by
PERSONAL.
Ex-U. S. Marshal John M. Dunn *to
I >r a year past has b«-on iu the S nth,
a special agent tortile Treasury Depart*
ni«nt, is now on a brief visit to this city.
R. A. Gilpin Esq., paid this city
visit to-day.
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THE NATIONAL BANK CIRCÜ
JLATION.
Washington, March 10.
The Comptroller of tho Currency
said this niorniug that ths idente*
bonds, both .7 and Ö per cents,
have bet'll previously on deposit 1 ®
now bo red«:posited as secuniy furV
lional Bank circulation, and
wheio ail liority has been given
•ho boaid of directors to au agent W
assign theic bonds'o the Treasurer ol
the United States, the authority, P 1 ?"
pc ly executed under the seal uf w
hank, should accompany the huuu*»
and the Aitoiney should sign aud eW*
cut : ihc blank assignment upon
back of each bond.
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A llKllllKW FMsTIVAL— Ihe f' 1 -* 8
I'urim, a Hebrew festival, b*d lU
KUiiiel tomorrow night aud cuut'u®
twenty four hours. It is in coujujiUW
tlou of the deliverance d«:tcr»bed id
nook of Esther, by which ihn
(ions of fi »mau were thwarted, 4UU -
in>t« ail «»f Mordecai, was haiia«'*.
»estival was in former times célébrai«"
a no sy uianuer*, with loud enpre^ 1 "
hatred nt ihc re.uling of Haul aus
m i he synagogue. At preseut 'fj 0 d ,; lrt
diserved wi-h thanksgiviug by
Hi iheir temples and home», aH*' )
•»ud parues by the lounger |*oo|d^
Ia> prttceding is a fast day. lu
ineuîotadou of K.tfi««'« fs»l p" ut
"fiudiug favor" with the Kiug.
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THE LUCK OF A COUftLT
ER.
A native of France, M. Cl»}« 11 ®* 8 ^
»v«*ük» ago fouud In in »eff
Freucii Opera Troupe lu New ^
vVbile there he Ihougbl be wuU y|J ,ui4
■he New Orlean.*people do,aud * uc jj.
one dollar in ihe purebane ui u '
el in tbe February üra
Louuiaua Htate Lottery.nilb m ^ ,
* 15,UOU 0B * u
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>Ug result of oklainlUK
il ticket N u. i>J,58b 11«
the houefly jf lUe m «uag«* 11
celebrated lustitutiou a» wall*" '
lug to tnow the cornet. H l* e ij^yphiD»
..... wüIj an enclosure to M* *•, lv #f |0
N u. 510 Broadway, New , ï i ". rl '"! u, W
die sam« neisou al New »»"**„!. prob -
would have bad tbe same ro " 4l ^ t
ably. i J
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writ*
U UTTKB ON the FfiHUH. , ^0
To «very bouseKe«|».r )f , uU r
grower cultivating " " u a ,- ."i.rvJ » , l "
' hard, tuis valuable work»* urotfdj
direcfious for pi «serving he* ap«wi^
Uveuwts and prolonged
reuitxiua agaiust that i
"yellows." Book «1, by
paid. luforuiaUou given **
Address, wssi&«^ ,f
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