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Foff the Mkddie Atlantic States, part
dood| weathsr, ooeMtonal rat o .south
„«j, Tinllg to westerIj winds, station
ary or Higher temperature, followed by
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■■ETTAL FIES DB A* DTORK.
by Imt Me-Sear cuisa
CDEOASO, June #.—Jacob Hanley, a
young man living in Bridgeport, last 1
night induced a respectable young woman
name Mary Thom peon to accompany
bi» to Uewald's Garden, a notorious re-
-_ the etockyards. Shortly alter
arriving then be lulormed her he bad
MR Ms overcoat In a barn about a mile
fllimnt mil asked her to accompany him
there and they would then return home.
She walked with him to the place
• which war in a lonely neigh*
bor
was the Pan reached than
to
Hanley seized her,placing his hands over
tar month to prevent her screaming, and
attempted, with desperate strength, to
MoompUsh • fiendish purpose, Mary re-
■DM with Ml bar might, and, getting
hfe hands away bom harmonthjmplortd
«tare be merdtul to her. He answered
aoly by rmsming his eOorts,and she gsve
j six men appeared
. turn, and, believing them tobe
Ikfeadft, Mery ran toward tbem ami
: bomoi protection. Instead of giving
protection, however, four of themoined
1 with Hanley,and by force effected a des
perate outrage upon her. Tbe other two»
alood aloof and ramonatrated feebly, bat
threads were made of killing tbem, and
they remained quiet onlookers. Tbe girl
pitoooaly begged of tbe brutes to allow
her loge and,at Air robbing her of a finger
xbig and $1 In change, they consented to
Imr departure. She knows none of her
—n **—*7 but Hanley, with whom she
has been acquainted three years. Frier
tolhlstime he hr? always conducted
himself In a proper manner.
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Charged With Miscegenation.
CEiTOni, Wy. T., Jane 8,1881.
The case of tbe marriage of a China
man names Lee Chin to Mrs. Era H.
Lm, a white woman, Is attracting much
atUutiou. Tbe statutes of Wyoming
forbid such intermarriage,end tbe couple
weal to Denver to bave tbe ceremony
performed, the Colorado laws not pro
UMttng it. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Cbtn have
ton indicted for miscegenation. Tbe
Chinees Consul et Denver, under direc
tion or the Chinese Ambassador at
Washington, has become interested in
behalt ot hie countryman and will con -
test the sees in the couru. Judge W. P.
Carroll end Mr. J. C. Baird have been
retained to defend tbe case. Meanwhile
a foU sUtement U being prepared for I
the Chinese Ambassador to present to
the State Department, end diplomatic
eonwspon dence is likely to ensa e. . |
have
THl ALLEOE» BV«AB BRIBE.
the
w n - u, ta. PrtM . I to
Washinuton, lune 7 _It is lar
■Mertedhere to-night that J. Ban
mnbu of e tk°wa^ l a^ W Means an
Committee to whom Colonei Fred I
Coukling referred when in bis recent 1
:?St? , w J lfir Yorkl ir h * r « e r dtha U
# 100,000 had been paid member of I
that C ommi ttee by tbe sugar lobby. I
In connection with thu accusation, I
ÄÄÄÄ
Beverly Tucker, Congressman Tuck-1
sssxia.,:
ÏSSSÂÎSÂl
ta ever received a dollar from any,
person for any service in Congress, 1
and they declare that the mention I
8Ucha connection 18 8 1
to
J. Randolph Tuekor Mennttoned a»
tlio Recipient.
«BUWOLFI REBUT.
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Paris, Jon« 7*—MUs Gertrude M. I
Qrtawoid, Bret Harte'* niece, »»Je
tar first appearance at the Grand .
night, in the chanwter ot
in Anbroiae Thomas' I
-- It was a genuine success. 1 „
Though nervons in the opening scene I
Mise Uriswold soon regained her self-1 l
possession and won upon the sym- '
pnihy of the audience. Her voice is
a vary high soprano. Her acting was
•xo.ileal, and after the "mad scene''
ta« was called before the curtain to
receive th« naanimons applause of the
AS American elrl's Triampb
«tare n»<a «Aa.re.ata dhre-rea. re
Opera lMt
'•Ophelia,'
"Hamlet.*
CsafedersW Caartesles to Federal
Soldier«.
C.ATTANOOOA' Teuo., June 6.~Ab Ï
organtzailon of ex-Coni«derate soldiers I
baa, beeo effected here. Col. J.B.Uooke, I
Ï. oaMwofl^rio« prasi^nt; Maf.^K c. I
theauyeothr* become a member oil
tbe organization, the parpoje of which I
is to tender « reception to th« Army of |
O am (Mr land, whtoh has « reunion
1« this city
t September, the first
ttoM the aootetj bn mat In the Sooth.—
It ■ foe programme of tbe .ex Coofader
Mldten to bar. present on the oc
OMton the must prominent of the firing
Confederate Genera» and aeveral thotu
•ad ax-Coafed.rate saldier, repreeent
» •vetjr State tn the late »bellten.—
Müsen auldien of the Sooth are to
ta Invited, and mao, regiment, win be
tare. Tbe formal reoeptlon will take
plaoe either on the battle field, ol
OhatZaBodga or at the National Ceme
tav, 1« foU olty. The notion or tbe
Confederate soldiers hie caused much
A card. I
SÄ reSMÏÏrëïïSïrenï^o"i I
r decay, Iom of menhooitL
* recipe that will eure yo*
MOB. This great remedy
•Pl h—I — m her«, «ad. their plan« will be
« u Se9ss ft >11y carried out.
•rECUL nOTICB.
IOF
envelop«
£. Lxmlam, titatUm L
Mavj^odDJwij
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N OTICB.
—DON'T FORGET THE—
3Q3ZO TJ JEh S X O HST
BB «iVKjr rfy th*—
SABBATH school
—O» THE —
J1BST PREbBYTERIAN CHURCH
®* JTOB Hth, UH
trifo *. w.««
. pf P Sy. ». otatand. »
■ ntaiiin jaetou
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Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Ladies' Spring Dress Goods.
Our department for this
class of goods is now com
plete in every particular.
It embraces all the newest
and most desirable styles
and colorings for Ladies'
wear, and the qualities are
such as Jwe take pleasure
in selling.
Tricot Beiges,
Illuminated Tricots,
Armures,
Nona Cloths,
Foules,
Crepe de Indes,
Roman Stripes,
High Novelty Plaids
and
Orinoco Stripes,
FANCY SILKS.
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
Fancy Silks,
We would invite especial
attention to a line of "Fancy
Silks" which we are selling
At 50 Cents.
COLORED SILKS,
Colored Silks,
Colored Silks,
Colored Silks,
I Colored Silks,
Colored Silks,
I Colored Silks,
At Si.oo.
I J t w ;ij on J y be necessary I
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for One to see these goods II
| to appreciate them, as we |
have been
paying $ 1.05 fo N
But determined
the same.
I to have the best silk for a dol
lar in the city we purchased a
large line at a reduced price
an d now offer them at the I
I above figures. 1
1
U guinet black silks
I ^ ■ . T .i , c .„
I vxuinct lilciCK oilks,
I Guinet Black Silks,
Guinet Black Silks,
Guinet Black Silks,
<•"'"■«> Bi»ck Saks.
*■•» 5 TO »r. s o.
t- , x ,
1 Ten (ip) years experience
I with "Guinet Silks" gives us
8 1 sufficient confidence in them
to guarantee every dress we
sell. We do -not think it
"* I necessary to say anything
M. I more except that we have
Satin de Lyon, manufactured
. , 1 ,..
ot by the same company. YV e
I have also a fine line of Black
1 „ , ,
I Colored Damasse bilks at
self-1 l ow nrireq
' P '
is
was
to
the
DRESS TRIMMINGS.
Dress Trimmings,
Dress Trimmings,
Dress Trimmings,
Dress Trimmings,
Dress Trimmings,
Ï Our "Dress Trimmings"
I ^ & .
I Comprise DrCSS buttons Ot
c. I the latest and choicest cle
V, Black and Colored
oil Fringes, MOSS Frimmin^S,
which I , ni
of | and Fassamentenes, Black
and Colored Satins and Silks
first
oc
firing
thotu
to
be
take
ol
Ceme
much
cut bias.
KID GLOVES.
Kid Gloves,
Kid Gloves,
Kid Gloves,
Kid Gloves,
Kid Gloves,
150 dozen of "Trefousse"
, -r*. , ,, , T . .
and "Delorme Kid Gloves
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in all sizes and shades, and
I are being sold at low figures
I for this q ual 'ty of glove at
yo*
remedy
be
W. M. Kennard & Co.,
W. M. Kennard & Co.,
W. M. Kennard & Co.,
W. M. Kennard & Co.,
W. M. Kennard & Co.,
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HST
621 Market Street.
621 Market Street.
621 Market Street.
N. B.—We have the cele
w.«« j brated "Mercedes" Parasols,
1 used by the most fashionable
jaetou 1 tra.cU-f'
REMOVAL!
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OLD ABE
WILMINGTON BRANCH,
-—IS HOW—
Permanently Located
--A.T-
ST
MARKET
117
•P
-JLETJD -
116 SHIPLEY ST
• 7
ENTRANCE ON BOTH STREETS.
Our stock of goods is arriving daily
and our
GRAND OPENING
WILL SHORTLY BE ANNOUNCED.
Iu the meantime our customers will
receive prompt attention, and the
and delivery of goods will not be
terrupted.
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GEO. KELLY & CO
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WILMINGTON, DEL.
N 116 Shipley St*
a
I one dollar down and one dollar per week.
1 Junes, 7 , s.s. *
810 Market Street, F*hila.
TERMS.—On a bill of goods amounting to $10,
KIDNEY-WORT
WHY?
DOES
WONDERFUL
CURES!
i ltwiw lUrt.ii. th. 1.1VEB, BOWELS
I «tut KIDNEYS ot tti.
gj^
in
BecatiM It cleans«« the «yatem of the poison
hrnnora that develop« in Kidney and Url
nary Diaeaaea, Blliouenesa, Jaundice, Conatl.
In Kheumatiam, Neuralgia,
Female Complaint«.
Nervous Duordera
8E* WHAT PBOPLB BAT «
» B. Stork, of June
Kidney-Wort cured
>s had been trying for four yuan»,
t. John A mall, of Wanhington, Ohio, «ay;
her boy vfu given up to die by four prominent
Rician* and that ho waa afterward* cured by
dney-Wort.
M. M. B. Goodwin, an editor in Chardon, Ohio.
live, being bloated
ort cured him.
Y.. pay*
trouble#
Er
n City. Kansas,
r regular Phjr
rows,
.{■
Cull
K iiln'V
beyoud belle
Anna L. J
and otb
Kidney
South So]
ndfti by tb
B. La wren
yWof? mode* him we
ff^red eight year« »rith kldnf
ui unablo to work. Kidney
well a« ever."
in., «offered
medùdmw,"
after
Kidn<
Mlcba»l
S.
o of Montgomery Center, Vt..
•y difficulty aud
Wort wade hint
KIDNEY- WORT
PERMANENTLY CURES
KIDNEY DISEASES,
LIVER COMPLAINTS,
Constipation and Piles.
tJTIt la put up _
tin ean«, one pnekage of whleh mokMabt quart«
of medicine. Also in Liquid Fora#, very Qm»*
«ted, for Ummm that, cannot readily prw
uT It art» with equal efficiency
GET IT ATTI1E DRUGGIBTH. PRICE, «1.00
WELLS, HHTIAKDSON A Co., Prop'«,
(Will «end the dry poet-paid.) ßLRLUUTO!!. fT.
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I BBT NATIONAL BANS
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OF WILMINGTON
TBS POBmo Mo-'tv
itziiauTuar
KINAN MAL AUKNTH OF THE UNI
'IK I) MT ATEM,
I toward itetu, I
I Clement B. Hmyth, | Henry h. Mcoomb,
w. Bu»h, i winftmTatoau,
, UamelJamee, lBliUarr.lt.
and Ham'i Baner<>tt.jr.
T
EDWARD BETTR, PRRHiDBNT.
ÜEO. D. AUMHTHONU. CASHiKh.
• $090,000.
Fsld up Capital,
Philadelphia, New York and Boston E>
i hange famished to regular Depositors
without charge.
Discount days, Mondays and Thur«da * s
at SUM) A. M.
DIRECTORS.
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lilt AHUZANB HAVINGS BANK.
602 MARKET STREET.
Incorporated January 24th, 1861.
Open to receive deposits dafly from 9
M until 4 P. M., and on Tuesday and Sal
day evenings from7 to 8 o'clock.
SEMI-ANNUAL DIVIDEND,
regularly made In April and October.
When «iiviejuds are not withdrawn«
they are accounted as deposits. Thus per
manent deposits compound their interest
twlretoretajgfc^^
Clement H. Smyth,
Uhas. W. Townsend
Nathan'l K. Ben son,
Henry F. Durs, , ^
W. Hastings, Job H. Jackson,
Hkiward Pusey, Wm. H. Hwift,
Anthony Higgins.
GEO. V. BUSH, President.
EO. 8. CAPELLE, Vice President.
feb21-ly E T TAYLOP. Trensnr«»
9 A
George W. Bush,
George H. Capelle,
M. Lu Llchetiste'
Eriward DarUoRb
cele
Iu,
Mothers, If your Baby sufltos pain and
Is restless, do not stapeB it by admlnlu
tf -ing opium, but soothe it with a relia
ble remedy, such as Dr. Bull's Baby
byrap. Price only cents a bottle.
mittee
a
the
not
against
faithful
mittee,
issue
party
tbe
in
will
here
«BEAT B4R01I JtH
AT
ADAMS & BRO'S
5
gj^ 504 MARKET STREET,
in Oil Cloths, Carpets and Matting, Tin,
Ol&MS, and Crockery Ware,
lkru Goods , dt Notions ,
BOOTS AND SHOES.
Toys and Fancy Goods,
or ali .Descriptions.
Stair IlodH. and Rugs, Croquet, Lawn
Ttuis. Base Balls, Bat*. As. a large as
sortment of Hammocks, «heap. Expi
Wagons, and VeLec pedÄs look
Carriages and Wheeluar
Worka, Flags, loin terns
particularly call your
special line of tulldren's
ing
HorHes, Doll
rows, Fire
that
ring
We would
aUentlon
Carriage« at Factory price«.
Cull
id .he convli
ciooda are Cheap.
sed that onr
has
in
JUST RECEIVED 1
S. H, STAATS.
NO. 405 MARKET ST.,
me,
in
vara.
HA8JU8T RECEIVED ANOTHER
NEW AND CHOICE STOCK OF
Fancy Hosiery, Gloves
-AND
GAU 8 B MERINO
la,
lug
the
UNDERWEAR
FOB
Lftdies, Gents and Misses.
ALBO AN ELEGANT STOCK OF
it
BLACK SILK FRINGES,
PfiAtvL, METAL AND FANCY BUT
TON R, TOKCHKN AND imita.
TION LACES, MULL TIES,
SHIRKED CAPS, Ac.
a Large assortment of silk and
JAPANESE FANS, PARASOLS
AND SUN UMBRELLAS.
—AT—
VERY LOW PM1CE&.
may 14
NOW IS THE TIME
TO BUT TOUB
STOVES,
AND GET TOUB
Heaters Put in Order
1 bave just reduced the prloe of all Oook
Parlor and Heating Stoves to «altto
nardt. lines.
0s H .a ies the priées tntùf you buy.
U. MOESISMOH,
Thirds» Rhlplay Bta.
jan26.
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Frm Tetlerdaj'i Ula Edition.
CHESAPEAKE AMD DELA WARE:
CAHAIm
Annual Mooting of tbs Ntorkbold
Tbe annual meeting of ibe stockhold
ers of tbe Chesapeake and Delaware
Canal Company was held at the office
No. 528 Walnut street, iu Philadelphia
on Monday, Frank R. Cope presidiug,
and Henry V. Lesley, secretary.
The annual report, which was read
showed that tbe total receipts for the
fiscal year
002.48, of
was derived from tolls ; the balance on
hand at tbe
$63,796.79. The expenses for the year
were $180,005.55, and tbe balance in the
hands of tbe Treasurer at the close of
the year was $47.092.72.
The questlou of merging the various
■teem hues controlled by the cempany
into tbe corporal iou itself, which wrs
f ro posed some time ago, has received
nil consideration ; and the directors
have concluded that, as all the depart
ments ot the company's business
working harmoniously, it Is inexpedient
to disturb the relations now existing
between the several interests. The elec
iton for officers were as follows :
President—Andrew C. Gray.
Directors—H. Pratt McKean, John F.
Gilpin, Thomas A. Riddle, Isaiah V.
Williamson, Charles H. Hutchinson,
Edwin Swift, David Scull, Mahlon P.
Hutchinson, John R. Baker, Charles
Dutifb, Gustav us 8. Benson, Janies C.
Fisher, Henry C. Ford, and Joseph E.
Gillingham.
ending May 31 were
which amount (101
*170,
,630.0»
of the year was
it
ol
The W. A N. Extension.
Workmen are now engaged in doing
the necessary grading for the proposed
extension of the Wilmington & North
ern Railroad to the Delaware river
front. It is designed to commence
the extensiion near Delaware Junc
tion, bridge the Christiana above the
Delaware Western bridge, cross the
causeway and strike the liver on the
Benj . Ellioit farm, about two miles
below the Christiana. Here a wharf
will be built and other improvements
made.
ï
Taken With a Hemorrhage.
S. M. Kenny, of Seaford, while
gaged In this city this morning, iu ship
ping rags to Philadelphia, was attacked
at tbe freight depot with a hemorrhage.
He was also seised with a fit. He was
taken to the City Hall aud medical aid
summoned. If be improves sufficiently
he will go home on the 1.05 Delaware
train.
The County Loan.
Tbe Finance Committee, of the Levy
Court, this morning «greed to receive
proposals for tbe $100/ K) County loan,
up to 10 o'clock on the morning oi
Thursday 10th inst., ps will be
advertisement elsewhere in to-day's pa
•ré
|>er.
ever
ble,
lent

that
tie
land
ca
tify
ti*®
ing
ing
ing,
the
by
in
as
tlOII.
tirand Opening.
A. Henze, having been granted « li
cense at the recent term of Court, will
give a grand opening to bis friends at
his saloon, No. 124 King street, on
Thursday evening uext. He will serve
up a supper composed of all the delica
cies of tbe season.
and

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What Che Stalwart* Will ]>o.
Having but one member oi tbe com
mittee of eleven appointed to nominate
a Republican City Executive Committee,
the Htalwait Republicans of ibis city will
not make an effort to secure tbeir^noper
representation, with the odds so heavily
against fjem. They will rely upou their
faithful ally, the State Central Com
mittee, which organization will shortly
issue a call for a meeting to revise the
party rules and make them conform to
tbe political requirements of the
in relation to the city election, which
will hereafter be held in June,instead of
September. When the S'ate Central
Committee takes a baud in this mailer
here will be "
ï
law
lc in the air."
Neutrality In the Panama «'anal.
.London, June 6.— -A telegram from
Vienna, published iu Paris, asserts
that th« European Powers are confer
ring with a view to secure complete
neutrality in the Panama Canal.
Declaring In Favor of Frai
Tunis, June 6 .—The heir apparent
has visited M. Uoustan, the Freuuh
Minister. All the members of the
Bey's Government have now declared
in favor of France. A portion of the
expeditionary foroe will shortly be re
called to France.
From Parla to Vienna on a Bicycle.
**1 carried with me, among iny Ht-unty
baggage, a «ma 11 supply of Coca, an I ml an
Umic, by which 1 was able to uMNuage the
sudden and paln.al hunger which
Urnen accompanies continu tl exertion.
When fatigue and «leep began to tell i*pou
me, the marvellous Coea «gain «upporled
in e aud gave me strength."
vara. . a-. , „ DAUM AILLE,
Who rode a bicycle from Paris io V leunu
a distance oi 7<M) miles, in a little more
than twelve days.
The unequalled tonic and relnvlLorat
powers of the Coca are embclied in
Liebig Co's celebrated Coca Beef Tou
la, Which is recognized an the h* rulard
tonic by them le i pro.e-Hlou of every
olvlllced country. Beware of cheap,
worthuss Imitatious, ui.der ours a .a
similar names. Cures dyspepsia, ir*ilurla
debility aud ad who
lug
the
down.
Lower Interest.—-T ho money edi
tor of tbe L&dger to-day says At
Boston New York funds remain beavy
selling at a discount of from tbiity to
fifty cents on $1000. In the general
market, here and at New York, the
banks «re discounting at lyem îty to
per oent, occxsionally touching at 5 per
cent. The ta^e of interest on all large
and substantial investments bas de*
dined, and dealers at bank think that
it ha« declined permanently.
and
"OLD BELIABLK."
There are many repuled remedies for
that very prevalent disease, Chronic
Nasal Catarrh, hi t none which have
given general satis etion and become
acknowledged standard preparations,ex
cept Dr. Huge's Catarrh Remedy, it con
tinues to enjoy an unprecedented popu
larity. This reputation has been earned
through the permanent cures which
has wrought, having prove,! itself a spe
oiflo in the worst forms of tha disease —
In fact so reliable is it that its former
proprietor offered through all the news
papers of the land a reward of $600 for
ease of Catarrh that it would
Bold by druggists.
not cure
Oook
Jefferson D*yu m reported to
in Toronto.
The President baa recognized Mi
Mel Fernandez aa Vice Consul
Dominica at New York.
be
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A GERMAN ORPHAN CELEBRA
TION IN BALTI/IOKE.
N|H!«-Ii by .Hvimlor Bayard.
Tim German Orphan Asylum, of
Baltimore, held a célébrai iou yester
day. There was a large attendance,
and Sluator Bayard, who was the
chosen orator of the day, made the fol
lowing address :
SKNATOK BATAHD'S SPEECH.
Ladle « and Gentlemen : One of the
most philosophical of English poets
has told ua
The charities that soothe, and heal
bless,
Are mum tier, d
xl
the itet of luuu Ilk.
H.
And it in surely a most pleasant
thiug to step asidu from the dusty
highway OX active puiHiiiig and con-
template some of the good work that, is
in.I steadily going on around
where the iiffootioos are healing
and b tiding up the wounds caused by
the misfortunes or iutiictud by the
passionate coutesis and struggles of
daily life. It has been my lot for many
yeais to assist in making laws fur the
government ot this country, hut the
more 1 consider the probte us of social
and political arrangement, and the
tacos I hat most intluenoe anti control
it the less do I find the statute books
have to do in the regulation of the
actual lives and occupations of the peo-
•au how tow of those occupa-
lions which engross the greater portion
- our time, cause our labors and
tous considerations, in which we arc
most deeply iutorosled, spend most of
our
quietly i
j'i.
. I
ol
ai x
. ...... J upon and bestow are powers
every way, are those to whbh
statute, law or constitution of
meut
is
any
govern
pels us. The b st part of
1 » It 1 « '» in the world of his uatur; 1
affections, and that realm has laws of
V- lLal IIUI,hor know nor heed
lung, Kaiher nor President, uorlieioh
stags nor Congresses, and are deaf
oven to the vui.es ol shouting popular
majorities, but heed and obey rather
the gentle voice of woe u and e ory
oi htlplesB and feeble cbildh 1
The General German Grphau Asy
lum is one of the results of such ap
peals, and has been built up by the
quiet forces of humanity and bonevo
l.ceding no act ui Legislature to
create it, and the exaction of
ï
leuco,
invol
untary lax to support it. It is an out
growth of man's better nature.
Traced easily to 11 h f-ue
To Hi
Nource above,
wIiomb Works Ut-Hpeak hi» im
love
The varisnt and often
opposing cur
rents of human occupations, sympathies,
and traditions make H essential that all
such-work to be efficient should be regu
lated-put iu barnejs, as it were—to
render it practical for lire desired end;
'"be very tiro .hing needlul is usso eiotion,
iu order to oigauizo, and to do tins
efficiently tbe inpathies of Individuals
must be discovered a -d tlien marshaled
Into co-operative relation to each other.
Motiv« , however excellent, will fail of
efficient resulu.lt they are suffered to be
too widely diffused iu their theater of ac
UniverasUty iu benevolence,how
1
tlOII.
UniverasUty iu benevolence,how
ever duligbtlui iu theory, is impr-ctica
ble, and, iherefori, it is eminently wise
_ weil lot the llberal-iuinde I, benevo
lent and lliuugblfut Germau-Amerteans
— Daltimore to organize litis a«tm!rable
ehatily lor a helpless elsss nt society,aud
restrict Its adiumistratiou to the orphans
Germans- i do not say restrict its
benefit »—for that you do not dr —lor the
whole society it insisted aud benefited
that which relives it of tbe care aud
tuainteuai.ee of any helpless class. Tbe
tie of a mother longue aud the mystic
associations and memories of a father
land make the charge of Oerman-Ameri
orphauB peculiarly binding upon
iororan-American ettizens, wlm have
uccesafully cast their lot In free Anreri
ca aud by tberr Intelligence,industry and
virtues arc helping to maintain aud for
tify tiro great republic and the cause of
self-government "by tbe people and for
ti*® people." I have heard the interest
ing history,and from what stusll beg.
ing Lius worthy ami efficient charity has
giown to its present importance.
buch deeds are like seed sown on good
ground—the yearly eiop ever increas
ing, with a '.'oriuus liar vest widening iu
trappy prosphet. buch plantings aie not
fertilized by annual appropriations Irum
the public treasury, uor promoted by
thirsi lor office and power, nor forced
into sudden and fitful exubérance by Die
heat of political ambition and rivalries,
hut I hoir roots are well
heart, are refreshed by human sympath
ies, aud the impulses that give them a
steady aud resistless gtowtli were im
planted by tbe Almighty fraud. It is a
comforting reflection that everywhere
under every form of government
suclt bcuolsci ons will exist; but under
republican system they must be
more .Unconnected from official power,
aud rely therefore, chiefly upou the voi
untary actrou ol private'citizens. Day
by tlay it grows clearer that iu a govern
ment based upon tire principle of repr
sentatlou that which is tbe reality ol tire
Commonwealtb will be represented, aud
in the end lira Individuals selected to
tule will ire about the same sort of men
as those who select tlieui. The stream
can not rise higher than the fountain
Iroru which it lluws. The tasks of liu
govemmeut under republican Insu
ltais are lully as difficult to execute aud
quite as biglt in their nature asunder any
oilier name or form, and to perform high
duties iu a lofty anu befitting spirit
hie men without rank or title arc _
much needed In America as noble men
having both aie under Kuropeen sys
tems. Now, you may ask me, "My dear
bir, what lias all this to do with our Ger
man orphans 1"'
My answer Is: you bave undertaken
the piaee of parents to this class of chip
.Iren, wbo are soilD to be elliznirs of tbe
United Slates and from among them—It
he has chanoertlo be born in this ouunlrv
-ma, h. seine*, d the Chief Magistrate
of Ibe Union, aud many others or bis
companions may become Important fac
tors lu tbe government, Stare or nstiou
al There is nolbmg finer In the theorv
of our government than that poverty ana
ow ,r. , Br '' not insuperable haïs
wealth and power and n|« Ce
est and bnuableHt can
K..
W
W
tlOII.
and

Of
ï
W
i
i
F
t in thefaumftii
V
in
.a
UO
At
to
the
per
de*
to
Tbe poor
"ite h r? ,r lth ," , ' j " i tu^uorn
l.ete lor It, prix,«. Aeretore, In nro,e
quttng yuur good work tn g.mrd.nî tbê
weak uud helpless when they ueed your
help and Hb«dteriug these fender little
plants from the storm - until they' shall
become «elf protect,u g und Hroîg, fail
not to remember the possibilities for
good or evil of every man who assumes
5« i U ï l , e .V° f . citizenship, and
riL lhat K 6 .» 18 tau « ht dignity
-I rsaponslbilhy that atiaoh to the
proper exercise of its great privlleges.
» (,ur instilution is admirable, and in tLe
contemplation of such a work who shal
no? feel better and happim? Who shal
not be stirred withadtwlre to assist it
aud be grateful for the ability and o '
portuuity to aid U? I atn proud to
here in such association and thank
for the invitation whioh caused
presence. In a cause so excellent we
know neither creed uor nationality We
are all Germans; we are all Americans—
for
have
con
spe

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be
you
buy
"I
COBWEEE LIKEI.T TO
TED.
BE
Ai»jn T .
Oxford and Cambridge
Botb l„ r ,.
Indlng the Rul,.
te or
Mr. CJiUtg, h» « ting that sll^th* e,lör to
Oxford tfiteersltVeSierM m *• »(
ley regatta have united inaakiiS* 1 . ühD *
mission of tbe Cornell ,be
pate in the regatta. ew 10 l'»'tlcu
Two more ineffectual h.n . „
U. S. Senators were taken hv\ f ?'
?t 8W ^Sklatuïe veahrri lbe
Messrs. Conklin, and pLJ*
m Albany, but Ire eg, " e d .1 Dot
to-day. There was a marked r f
offin Uepew's strength iu vettlrd""'
balloting, and a new manT/^
Total amount of siieet» t,„i i ,
tbe National banks throughout
m S Ure'dat^ofTT
pi tous statement, March iu "f
tender notah^ * 70 ' 561 ^ - Cl
Ml
A fearful storm of hail and wind
pared over Deadwood, Dakota 2
terdby afternoon. Hall stones
size of hen s eggs" cone'nued lallim,
for more than two hours, and 8
stone was found which measured 22
luchos in circumference. Trees and
telegraph poles were levelled by the
m3, and In Deadwood Gulch four
houses were destroyed, killing
woman and injuring anothai
and two chilt'ren.
Nearly #100,000 In bonds were
stolen early laBt month from the
casb : er's desk in the Erie Counir
Savings Hank, at Buffalo, New York
where they had been placed for keep-

oue
Mooiau
a Baltimore lawyer, to restore tint
bonds lor #50,000.
Senator Bayard, of Delaware, umth
address yesterday at the picnic of
the German Orphan Asyl
Scbuelzen Park, Baltimore.
ti
urn in
HTOCK8.
HID ASKED
_..It) Ms
National Bank of Delaware....al5* bjj
National Bunk oi W 11. & HUw
Union National Bank.
Ftii nierH Bank. ö6 «j
Flu la. Wilmington* Bal:. K. K ö7V, tat
Delaware R. K. tfy. w
Delaware Western H. K. 3«
WilmingtonNorthern K. K.. 2« ju
W iiuiiugion City Kailwa*
Delaware Kite lu-urance Co.... 3U 36
Wllmlngto • Coal Uu Co
Masonic Hall Co.
Odd FeilowH Hall.
Christiana U. 1. Uo. . .146 ISO
Bond».
Kim National hank.
«■', tit
W

«
la
Wilmington City tf's...
Uo . Uo 5 'm...
Uo 4^8,
Niw Castle County tf's
115
103 115
ns
Uo
do
itu% 10*
IU 10
lus 1«
Delaware Miate H's.
Kvlaware K K. 1st mortgage
Delaware ttallroaU Kxteuaion.. 107 1««
K.. W. <St B. K. K. lht mortgage. 128 1.3
W il. City Hallway lht mortgaged juj
W 11. Utly Hallway Extension.. iu.' luO
Musoulc Hall Co 1st mortgage. 100 M
Delaware City 4^s,.1W^ ,uj
TIM City Markets
TIM City Markets
Tbe following were tue rating prl es i#
market this morning:
Hutter.lrehia, per pound.
" roll, " "
" firkin.
Beef, sirloin, ** **
" rouNt ** '*
•' obuek, " "
'• dried, M * .
chipped " "
" corned, " "
" stews " "
Chickens per pair .
Eggs per Joten........ •
Ham, wnoiesale, per pwund
*• siloed, " '*
Honey per pou
Caobage per bead..
Cottage Cheese per bowl.
Lard, pound.........
Lemons per doxeu.
Mutton per pound.
•* chopH per ponuu
sitouldei'H, retail, per ueund
bides and bacon, wholesale.
»• ** •• retail..
ft)
32
1*4
«
lsiu hi
2*7 *
(M» W
b* *b
76pi'«
Uq, l>
m 2
ad
m
tm b
1*9 2.
Da
ua i*
ID
Mackerel per p*
Halibut, per poaud.«..
Cal bsh, per pouml.
W hit© Flab 84
Hock 84 *' " ..
Da ä
1&4 11
là» ill
rsbad per piece.
i ioundurs per pouud
Codilsn per pound....
lluddoca per pound..
H
m
m i*
18 .4 Ml
IV
Apple«, per
i'icKie« per
petw
i urmps |>er hall peck
F arsley per uunch....
Beau, pe
Lima Bei
sweet Folalooii.
l'oUiUK H, per half peck
per pouuu.
(iret-n Feu« per hail pock...
TomatOM, pur quart.
.strawberries, per quart....
Cucumber«, per piece.
tjooi •borne«, per quart...*
Khuiarb.
-
U
Ult«
.ï w
.. 12 »
.. I!» *
•; W S
.# W9 i*
.. 3» #
r buuch
V
&» »
Hlliulw«iou nx.roci*
Wiuuaavox, DM.
(isolation« at the BruiiUywiaeMa 1 »
Flour and Drain,
Bemt Patent Flour...
«#Jhoioe Family Flour
Extra do.
Choice Uuperflne.
Prime new wneal....
New Corn......
Bran par ton..
PHILADELPHIA MABKBTfi*
June 1. IF.»
•s 50 to r;
. 7 w w :■ 1
0
4JIO ÇÎ
:
\i4
WKUNKHOAY
Flour is Arm and In moderate rjqjjjj; 1
■ales of 270U hbls., includlug
extras, at tö.40a« lor fair to
aud ut #0a6.£> for go! d*
faintly at «0.26afll0; WesUBf'» jj,
at efl.. )a<) 40, ami Pate n U ^ a
R> e flour is quiet. We quote at
per barrel.. . ir d en mnd,
OKAIN,-Whe.t was lo jelr om
sou prlcM at the cl.'Mt' ■
hi,her. Mule, of «J*» î"Sî",g.d,«
,-aieüof'ttMj'réuii'heî«,"
low,al wo. : do., mixed, ln 8
at ; do. White a^ öde. ; steam«*
PHILADELPHIA OATTIjK maB ^'i
Monday, June 6, i "* , j
Beef cattle were In g ^od demftj^.r* ]
prices were a shade high«»
rtved und sold at the dlfivrret y
7c. per lb., a. Ui oendltlod. ,i,jo 11."
nuzxr »«re dull and tower, «"jja
arrived and .old at Ut« .".'SIS. P» J "
at SkfoSSio., and lamb, at t<*l"»- >" 1
the latter rate for extra* . ouq ot
H uo. were Iq lair
arrived and sold at tlieÇ"'"
ai k®«c., per lb., as to conditio«
DROVK'VAKD.
gVtV-Mered ana UtncaeUrme, Jo*. ^
kerdï"SJ*d prices % cent lower. ^
vale 4200 head.
PARK
T 'hB WATT« TKr.EPHONR
AitasSis
men warning «w n go 7-
remote parta et noir wtwk* *" nW gin;
to call on M> F. Hayden, «i?e
and Bhlpley streets, wuo " iwj
for the BtaCe of ferétCM
ÄÄr£: ; r»
»ifitfÄäiWnSs
j Bros,and others.

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