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Iwateatiewa far Ta- Bay. For the Middle Atlantic States, and lowsr Inks rsglen, slowly rising temperature, issrssstng oloudt enow, «snarly to soother!* wild» falling barometer. Balldlwg ap a l**y. Wasuinoton, Jan. 24.—The House committee of naval affairs to day agreed to report, to the Hons« with certain amendment*, Represen taive Harris' bill which provide* for tha sale of useless material and Uni - ted States ships and for the applica tion of the proceeds thereof to a general construction found for rebu ildingthe United States Navy. Admiral Porter and other navy officers have been invited to appear before the commitee to-morrow to give theiifviewa u to the character of veeeels which should be built. hrest Strike as BeeI, ester, X.T. Rochester, N. Y , Jan. 24 —Four hundred shoe ''lasten" here to-day struck and quit work by order of the Amalgamated Relief Union. They aak 25 to 75 per cent, advance In some le alancee, and tbeir strike tbrowe 2,900 shoe machine operatives rat of work here. The strikers are associated with believers in "boycotting" ell who deal With their opponents A l'entrai WrstktS' Rocbxstxh, Jan. 24_ At a plaça near Clyde, forty-three mile* east of this city, a bad accident happened oo the Central Railroad to-day. An east-brand • freight train that was stalled was run In to et the rear end by another freight train. Tbe caboose and two cars wars wracked son bnroen. Tbe conductor, John McMannls, wu killed, and his body nearly burned op with the caboose. As the train on tbe Chaster Vsllry Railroad doe at Bridgeport at 715 o'clock passing Hap Is station last Haisrday evening, an owl attempted to fly ahead of the locomotive, and becoming blinded by the powerfnl glare from tbe headlight was struck by tbe heavy glass Ians with such force that the glass wu sbsttsrsd, the pieces flying back Into th* cab of th* angine, some of them striking Engineer Charles Fair and Injuring him to severe ly that conductor F reck wu compelled to go to his assistance. Th* glau earned uveral wouods, which were very pain ful, and bled profusely. The train crew, being puzzled u to tbe cause of tbe oc currence, tbe train wu stopped aud an investigation followed, when the awl wu found firmly wedgml in th* runnel shaped reflector. was ROW TO SECURE HEALTH. It la strange any one will suffer from ieraogemeote brongbt on hy impure blood, when SCOVILL'8 SARSAPA RILLA AND 8T1LLINGIA, or BLOOD AND LIVES SYRUP will ro store health to the physical organization. It Ii a strengthening syrup, pleaunt to take sud tbe BK8T BLOOD PUBI PIER ever discovered, coring Scrofula, Svphi Ittic disorders, Weakness of tbe Kidney«, Erysipelas. Malaria, Nervous disorders, Debility, bilious complaints and Dla of the Blood, Liver, Kidneya, Stomach, Skin, etc. BAKER'S PAIN PANACEA oaree pain In Man or Beast. DR. ROGEB'8 WORM SYRUP I* stanlly destroys WORMS. Beladi r Digging far In bis new book Pgul du Cbalilu de crlbea g curious scene, (encountered by bim id Lgpleod, Illustrative of tic auimals. On entering a forest be ■uddeulv found bimself in tbe midst ef a great number of reindeer wbicb weia digging tbrougli tbe anew for tb* moea of which they are so fond. All except the younger ones were working lustity, evidently btiDg very hungry. They dug first with one forefoot, tuen with tbe other, the boles gradual y becoming larger *Dd larger, and tbe bodies of tb* animals becoming more and more bid den. The snow was about four f**t iu depth, ami some of tbe bolet bad beau dug so far I bat notblug save tbeir sway ing tails could be seen of some of the reindeer, lu every direction these busy creatures weie to be seen toiling with the sole object of reaching the most cov ered by tbe snow. tbe Arc The Senate of New Jersey yesterday confirmed Manning M. Knapp to be Judge of tbe Supreme Court, aud John Clements Judge of tbe Court of Errors. I I T. T J^YER'8 MARNA PABILLA, FOR PURIFY I NO THE BLOOD. Tb la com pound y 77/ of the vegetable U/ / A alte rail ve«,Bar«a mJ^// par i lia. Dock, Still »ngia, a a d Mandrake, with the Iodide» of Pot W^>a»h and Iron, ^K^make» a mo»l ef i ^,|r'feciaal cure of a ^ 1 «erles of co m plaint« wbicb are very prevalent and afflicting. It § urine» the blood, purve» out ibe lurking umors ln U- e »yHtem, that undermine health and »ettle into troubloaome dlHor der«. Eruption« of Ibe «kin are the ap pearanee on the surface of humor» that should be expelled from the blood, in ternal derangmentH are the determina tion of these name humor» to Home Inter nal organ, or organ«, whose action they derange, and whose rebalance they d.o eaae and destroy Ayer'« Har«aparilU expel« the«e humors from the blood. When they are gone, the disorder« they R roduce dlsarpear, such a» Ulceration oj c Liver, Utomach, Kidmij», Lung». JCrup • ton», and Kruptive Ducae-» of the Skin, At Anthony's Fire . Rose o- Erysipelas , Rim pies. Fustules, Blotches, Boils , Tumors, Tel - Ur and Aalt Rheum Scald Head, Ringworm Ulcers and Bores, Rheumaissm. Heuroluiu, Pain in the Bones. Akte and Head, Female Weakness, Sterility Levcorrlura artsing from Internat Ulceration a nd Uterine Dis eases, Dropsy, Dyspepsia, Fmuciat on, ana General DebUity. With their departure health return«. / PREPARED BY DR. i. C. AVER * 4« , Lowell, Ha**., Practical and |Analj lirai Chemlata SOLD BV ALL DRUGGISTS AND, DEALERS IN MEDICINE. W. M.KENNARD A CO. 621 Market Street. •FFBB IB ALL Department«, ^ Vinter Goods, -AT LOW PRICES TO OLQ 8 E. .sets to (io :'a«o a ..AH la 1 ...MSto Its tty as' 72 last BuiMr, irtMtu, per pon •• mb " • Brnf. slrtota, " " " rami " " dried, " " chipped - « " earned, " " ■ stews « - i por pair MU... i ii t* 17 p v" 4 " jjj KSfraSWS-Ämad 15 I« iHoaey per pound af 1WP per howl. :SS Mutton per pound.'I'.'..., «Wee and baoon, wholesale... » " •• retail. s S3 a 14 Pf pouäj _ Book " " " „ ÄfÄL' iSSiSL'T..'?. H 4 I A 8w**l Potatoes . Potatoes, per half peak u IS KJ TIOAilW PW QHl,,,, nnUy per bancb BMUsP«roanob.... OlMMM« POQBd U«lery£r*bnnciiV. »ä: Parindges, pee pair. ic : .41. 70^ 8 WOMDM. Wilmington City I'l Sr i do - New Cull* County ***'... do do vtz-a. Dels war* Buts e's....?.* K* aware K. R. 1st mo do 1 do do .108 UK .10* UO .HUH lbs 100 1»0 nwmware K. K. 1st mortgage t '£'ro»d ExtoS*ron..W7 li Eyn W -* B - R- R- «st moHgage..lW 1 Wll. City Railway 1st mortgage 11U 1 WU. City Hallway Kztension..loo l Muonic Rail Co 1st mortgsga.loo s Delaware City lies.„.r...lo«J< tin STOCKH. UK ■in aaicn First National Bulk. National Bank of Delaware...,5tb National Bank oi Wll. A Bdw'u DSU Onion National Bank"". ra^KpSi'iTKJLTKBfia SH Wilmington city Railway. Delaware Fire la urauoe Co_ Wllmlngio I Caul u m Oo. Maaonlo Hall Uo.. Odd Fellows Ball."I*!"' it, 48 21 6 8 au ne Si IBS ( I * U 20 fbjladelfuia cattle mahs kt Moboat, Jon. 23, ( p. M. £*■» Carnal were rather dull this week, but prloee were unchanged »wo "° M * l 'he different 1 • 7 T4<>- P«r poumL as to quality. J?"* t r h V H r ,*_ ralh,r towXr. ISoOs head "'i* at lhe differ* it yards at 3 a use, per pound, and Lambs at is a "Hc.ner pound, as to eoudltion. * * , Hoa» wer« ii demxml tod price« were VITiI'i i âUO i^î*" d ,old U« dlffeieut flou* 1 " * ,0 •• ** r P 001 " 1 - •» to coudl «w* Drove Yard Kd and LaneaxUr nue. Wat Philadelphia, Jan. 21. uuup.—Extra, uo to iau lb*., « to : PHILADELPHIA MARKETS, Tuesday, January 11. 5 P. M. Flous continues dull, but prices were unchanged Bale* ol 2 UO barrels, loclud lug Minnesota Extras at M.30 for (Hear and at (S.7U0SS7 furs'raigbt; Peuno. extra ramlly, ai *6.20 a 8.87)4; Western do do . at *8,6*7.20, aud Paienls at (7,'iV.. 7.78 Bve flour 1« dull at *1.74 a 5. Gaorir.—Wheat Is quiet but higher side, or 2B,0 bushel, red at (Ml a]1.42 | 600* bush. March »old at $ 1 . 4414 . Ai tbe ?PtS.. b, * r Ü' *'- 41 W4 * " ld for January , ilîîî 0 r„F? üru * r F ■ 'Ci lor March. fo . r A P r| i ,**ye ■» stead vat »8 « Wu. Coro la to fair demand aud tin inert opitona are #o. higher. Hale« ol! »5uo * > ®5to« 1 ;. Including yellow at 7lc. ; While at 78 a 74c. ; mixed at 70Uc, : steamer at 7u^c. ; No. 3 at 00 a tftfUc., and rejected at «to. At the open board; «8^c. wa« b|d for January ; W% for February ; 71 % for March, aud 7io. for April. Oat« are lu M îS?f ate s. , ^ iU . eBt . aud Hali of 1I,UUU bushelq, inducing wolle at5j k Me. aud rejected and mixed at 43c. 6o 0 bUMheix of Mareh told at 61o. llW^aTton* 1 " 11 lrunbo "" d HAYANOHTRAW.-KeCelDt Of h«y. 20 tous. J here was a fair Inquiry for good bay at $ 12 , and eioeptleuat sale« lu, sin f'* '«I* *t 81».«®» ; No. 2 and nfer d 1» t * eJ heavily «I priées Irang in* nom (IS down to aiO, accrdlu* to quality and condition. Bye straw was quoted steady at *I6«1S. CARPETS. IfATTINQS, 01L CLOTHS, FLOOR LINENS WINDOW SHADES, WILTONS, OOCOA MATTINGS, MOIIUU.TTI-B, PLAIN MATflNG B uBSELH. FANCY MATTING TAPKSTKIE«. HTAIR MATflNG 3-PLY LINENS, trôna 2J, to6 yd« wld INGRAINS, WINDOW 8HADEN OIL CD0THH, HTOOLrt, AG, VENEflANb. HUGH AND MATS. W« In vite au examination of our 1 Large and NKW HTOCK of Pattern« in «il grade«, at and under market rale«. GRANVILLE WORRELL, «VO ana «X« Market St., «««in rwru. ialpl-lp. lea Rheumatism Neuralgia, Sprains, Ms in the Back ssd Side. Thsi* B nothing pstnfM than thn* I hut the pstn can be removed and the m i n i send by use of Perry Davis' Pain Killer. Thl* remedy or r-trmiraan pmluct Cut mm« I» kept sway from Brs *r heat to »»old danger of MrtMlMLSw I* It an untried eapcrl t Butt sany do mar* harm than good. Pftln Killer bm been in constant for forty yean, and tbe universal testimony from all paru of tbe world is, It never falla. Boot only «Tecta a permanent cure. but It relieve* pain almost Instaaianeousif. Being a partly vegetable remedy, it I* sals In tbe beads of tbe moot Inexperienced. Tht record of curee by tbo use of Paw Kitxxa would HU volumes. The following extracts from tstters received show what these who have Med It think: ..says: |from rhftun aim Kn.i.xa. w itol writes from ths* jlors' Itu! HS» up mr,qu«> your p.iN Kn.ua *u.t d ga.s MIM 0.0 liiuiMHUxte r*7 LTufcfiff" °* y° ,,r _ Barton flsamsn savs : i iuxh for tïili.y yearn, srivr/xiifiif rvaüfldy for buiiemM it « Mr.: writes : ftqrlve n 1i**f In rmmm of rhenm*tiKm. _ i. Somerset, Pa., * fï 01 ? Sfiual im», I know your U the bent UMdiciuu 1 « au tf«L Phil. write«: ur I'AIN Kll f.FR All dniggfstr i:ccp P»iv Kiuxs. Ita price Is so low th It It la within the n>ach of all, and It will save many times Its cost In doctnnf built an«., so*, and gi.oo a bottle. PERRY DAVIS A 80N, Proprietor., Providence. R. I. J. & J. N. HARMAN. <U 0 IIM, STRliBT, Furniture, Furniture. rbe Lsrgut Finest and most oompleu stock ol FXJK,3SriTTTR,E fo be round lu Lbe HUtte of Delaware can uow be seen ut oar « . wuoidm. 410 King Mirrt-t. Wood Rood* end low or! tanift. ANCHOR LINE. *1NITKD STATES MAIL 8TEAMEK8 Dali every Hatunlay. NEW YUKK TO ULA8UUW. «»BINS, (80 to (DO. STEERAliB, ( 28 . Hteamera do not carry oallle, sbeep or pig«. And every Saturday, NEW YORK TO LON DON ill RKCT. CABINS, (56 to *06 Excurslou at Re duced Rale». Paaseuger aoeommodaltoua are unaur All Htatero*ma on*Malu Deck. Paaaeugsr. booked at lowest rales to or from any Rallroaul station in Europe or America. Drafts at lowest rales, payable tree of eharae. throughout Eh»laud, Mcoiland and Ireland. For book, of Information, plans, <tc. spply to I'ZHDxaauf. Bkothkks, 7 Bow-' H 1 ** 0 N - V - Dr to NAMUEL F, BFTT8, Adams Kapress. Wilmington, I^kciiutkk •m OHDER. Rbgihtkk' 8 Orriox. New Caflle Oo.. J an nary 21«t, 1882. Upou llie application of Jovepti Kober U. AUmlulHtrator 1). B. N. C. T. A of John TowiiMeuU. late Of Appoqulnlmiulc Hd. t la ■aid county, Jeoeacetl, ii is ordered aud directed by the Keglater that tbe Admlnls tnnor.aToreiald give notice of the graut lag of teller« ol AdmlnlttlruLlou upou lhe «•täte of tbe deceased, with the date of granting thereof, by oaueiug ad vertisement« to be posted within forty day« from the date of such letters. In «lx of the most public place« ol the county of New Castle, requiring all person« having demands against the es lale to preMt-iit the same or abide by an set of Assembly in such case made and provided. And also cause the same to be Inserted within the same period In the Wilmington Uaebtts, a newspaper pub* liahedin Wilmington,aud toheoonUuued therein three weeks, «; o. d. \) Given under the hand and seal Jb. B. > of offloe of the Register aforesaid Wilmington, In New Castle OOonty aforesaid, tbe day and year above written. ft. c. B10«h, Keglster, HOTICK. All per »on w having claims against the delate of the deoeaaed must prevent the •ameduly aite«t«d to the Admlnlatrator cm or before the 2ist day of Januiry 1888 . or abide Ute act or Aa«emt»iy auen oaae mad« and provided. JOSKPH ROBEKT8, Adminiatrator, î>. B. N. C. T. A. ID Address : Middletown, Del. jan21-Jweod. David M'Closkey fashionable H a tt er 414 Market Htrem Adlotnins tbe -faselt« Offlo* mm WUi to nsl allayylkaBU, xb 4 Lieuitomwri wlthoal Ain* tr. oolor»d pl»U*, m (DurAvInri, . FlluW *° Sw4»s, P|*BU, 1% Iff MM*AÄ 0rl1 AddrffM, D. M. F£BKY ft C0. t Detroit, Mich, •I . ,.i •/ ii ETC KSÜS i HOPE-DEAF Dr. Peck's Artificial Ear Drums Till; u IVE/.igiN« wbtepen beard dl« «ta« Mw, Send fot Al »wavs In poMlilon, bat In 11 Ouuverxatioii and «v«n nctly. w* refer to thorn a d-e-Tf t-ti ve circular «vista tcsUmoolaia. X. T K. PME * 00, Sa» Brae**«*, IMv Va* A-1.1 Baiera tha Hlelorteal Bacloty. At Iba meering of tbs Historical So claty, last evening, on* tbousaud copies oitb* lito ol John M. Clay ton, by Chief Justice Couicgys, were ordered to be prh,tetl, sud tbs Secret*t y repoitsd following donation* as Laving bean re ceived since his last report : IS book*, 18 pempbleit, 1 photograph, 15 uswips the puts, and slip*. Uou. I. eon aid E. Wales read tbs fol lowing memorial psper upon the late Col. II. H. M'Cotnb,who was atoromlnaut member ol tbs Society ; It la with sincere sorrow that w* hers to treetd the death of Usury Simpson M'Uomb, which occurred suddenly, ou lb* 30th day of last December, In the city or Philadelphia. Colonel McCotub we* a valued tnrm ber et this society from the dale ol It* organization, ana always, manifested a zealous Inlet eat in It* wellate, taking an active part in ita proceeding* and Con tributing to the promotion of lia object?. It will o* d fllcull to All the vacancy caused by hi* death. Colonel McComb wu a prominent character In this community, wall known aud esteemed both hare aud throughout the Stau. He was the architect and builder of his own fortuuas. Inheriting only honsel poverty for|hle portion, but endowed with mental aud moral qjall tiea richer and more useful to then pos sessor than material wealth, be achieved a success in bueinsss rarely obtained ky those who sUrt in life with wbal are supposed to be tbe nioet favorable tur rcundiugs. As in tbe history of all aell made men, obstacles, which would seem Insurmountable to the doubting aud ir resolute, seived but to stimulate hi* ambition aud euergy, aud lie sought not so much for ht Ip from others as for an opportunity to succeed. Commencing as a maniilacturer, in the art to which, in early youth, lie had beeD apprenticed, be soon became mas ter of tbe business and, having gained confidence by wbat be Dad accomplis bed iu that department, was ready to em bark in older ops r alloua whicb, though protnielug more profitable i «turos, were attended with greater risks aud demau ded tbe beat ability for tbeir manage ment. But lie seldom failed In any of bis uudenakiogt. With tbe capac ly to comprehend large and complicated -ehernes and a sagacious foieaight of probable resul a, with tbe couiaje to depend ou his own judgment sud au undaunted reliance ou bis own vigilauoe sud iuduary, which left nothing to chance, he reached, lu a few years, s position of prosperity aud influença that excited the admiration of all who had followed bis career from Ils uncertain begiuniug W nether to tbe successful end. engaged in fulfilling public contract* luvolviug extraordinary expen dlturos and requiring at once caution and prompt actiou to avoid disaster lu the face of constsntly fluctuating mark ets, or in prosecuting the extension aud cotuoinabieu of great Hues of railroad Iranapoi talion, he developed natural laleuta aud displayed practical abilities of lhe highest order, eolitliog him to rauk with (hat distinguished class of men by whose Duly conceptions and dar ing enterprise the wealth aud power of our country have been, within tbe last twenty years, so wonderfully increased. By nls lamented decease the city of Wilmington, the place ol hi* birth and of hi* residence, ha* io*l a uaefol and public spirited cllizon, who was identi fied by hi* peraouat iuler*»t* with her present aud future growth, and who bad added largely to her prosperity aud ad vancing impottauce a* one of the chief manufacturing towns iu the United States. Colonel McComb bad supplied tbe deficiencies of bis youtbful education hy sell culture end a wide aoolal inter course, auu in privet- lire appeared as a well-informed, affable, aud courteous gantlsmao, geuiruus to bis kindred,u id benevuleot and cbsr't ible t »wards all wbo stood in need of bis assistance. He bad e-tibl-sbed ble r-pulst-oo nod st ained hl> success at au age wbed tbe majority ol bualuei* and professional meu are still laboring under the beat and burden of tbe day; and our regret ret his loss is deepened by tbe thought that he died belure time, wlih ripening but withering hand, ha 1 more ibau gen tly touched him. Itev. T. OarJioer Littell moved that tbe paper be sprea I upou the minutes of tbe eooltty, and 10 seconding tbe mo tion Dr. L. P Bush seid : I wll) take the libtriy nfalludingal.o to tbe cb*-aoterimc ol Colonel M Comb in nls judgment or obarscler which was so necessary in the large business opera tions in which be was engaged, aud al so to bis kindness wuloh be evinced iu ofl'erlng to ea table and worthy young men opportuuities 01 udvuuuing them selves in business wbicb they bu I avail ed tbeinaslves ol In some cares to their present prosperity. Similar :i<*Utauce rendered to Colonel MoUomb in menctng business, be never ccaied apprécia e, but was always ready, 00 appropriate oocadons, to express bis gratitude to bis benefactors for tbeir generosity. Tbe motion was adopted aud the ciety adjourned. com to 80 t. ». Dlslrlcl Court. Tbe U. S. District Court mu, this moruing, Judge Bradford presiding. Iu tbe case again.i the city and .School Board, ior an alleged infringement of school seals patenls, a rule was ordered for the complainants to give security for costs, in the sum of *250, by Feb. I5tb. Tbe defendants were given until ibis dale to file tbeir answers. Tbe case of Anthony Keybeld vs. tbe Ericson line ol steamers,action for dam ages, was postponed until March 14th. Tbe la-i case of tbe United States vs. Charles E. Parry, for extorting money under false pretense»,through the mails, was discontinued, on motion of the Dis tricl Attorney. Parry is now serving a term of imprisonment for a previous con vict ion of tbia offense. Court then adjourned. A Plei A very pleasaDt aooial party was held at tbe residence of J. K. Butierly Third and Shipley street*, last eve ning, on the occasion of hia daughter'* birthday anniversary. About fifty friouda participated in tbe happy even', and tbe young lady reoeived a number of handsome aud valuable presents, a* well as the congratulations and good wisbe* of al) p re seul . it Event. The Pemmaxiemhip. P» tm«»t< r Pyle'» official term ex p r«d yert rday, but do uew« ban been raceived tc Jay of any appoli tinent lo tbe HticceMion. Tbe appolmmeut will rjia^ly not be made un 1 the 'ait of tbi« week or tbe fird of next. Tbe Ibrlallaua F rosea. The Ubnsttaoa Is frozen almost *n tlr.ly over with io* thick enongh to im pede tbe progrea* of ordinary vessels bnt togs and aieam barges can still nav' igate w t iont much trouble. mi ix X«. mcxoou ▲ aciuoua PANIC avrrtro by the COOLNBS* OF TB* PRINCIPAL Forth* second Hid* id the put twen ty-tour hour*, the woodwork around the beater aud i agitier* 10 School No. 4, Washington •trart, between Second aud Third, took fire, thl« afternoon. and caused quite a *en*atlon, thougl Hule Jainag« wu occaaloueU. W by the »lieht fire ol yeaterday alsruoon, the l'rincl|ial, Ml** Mary J. Fiancl*, kept ■ do** watch »pin the regUtera, aud ahoitly betöre two o'cluck ahe ootl oed airoke con. lug up through the floor beeide the regUter in the Ural room. To the aoholara already aaeembled ahe announced that there would be no ecbool during the afternoon, aud re queited them to leave the building, which they did. Many of them no ticed the smoke and took their book* out with them, but owing to the oool neasoftbe principal they departed quietly and without panic. Meanwhile the janitor, Jacob Wiser, arrived, and goiuir into the oellar fouud a Are amuu'derlng among the joists oloee to the heatiDg flue. The j >i»t* are laid right against the flue and it 1* also waiusootted with pine boards on the flrst and second flour*. These timbers, seasoned by the thirty years of the rcboel's existence are now as dry a* tinder, and it is a won der they did not cause a fir* long ago. When Mr. Wiser diaoorered the tire the flames were just bursting out, but with buokats of water be quickly smothered them and kept the Are under control. The Fame Hose car riage arrived, the ahum having been given by tome of the school boys, but there was no occasion for a plug stream. Committeeman L. W. Palm r, on his arrival, at once decided to have the joists and other woodwork removed from Ih.'lr dsugerous proximity to the beater and flue. This work will be done at onoe and the school will be oloaed to-morrow for this purpose. Below Zero. Truly this is a cold snap and with in the last twenty four hours the mer cury has undergone quite a tumble. On Saturday last it ranged from forty to fifty degrees above zero,when on Sunday it gradually took a drop. Yesterday early in the moruing it was in some places about 10 degrees abave aero. This moruing at 7 o'clock at the residence of Mr. Henry G. Hanning it reached zero, and at Hocklaud two degrees below. At 8 o'clock it was only 6 degrees above at the Gazette office. At the I'., W. A B. station at mid night it was five below. About noou the coldunss iiad moderated and the mercurv had started on an upward to ir lut stopped about 16 degrees above. b but »rued Tke 1'otapauy Arr va . ^ Gorman's famous Ch jicli Choir Company, comprising fifty-one peo pie, arrived here at 12,58 to-day and are quartered iu the Clayton llouae. Tbe oomuauy gave "l'atience" iu Trenton. N .1 last evening, aud oue says : every tue com pan; Treuton, N. J., ..... „ H , , of the daily papers of that cit "Before the doors had opece seat in the bouse had been sold. Long before the hour for opeuiug office a Hue hod formed and until after 8 o'clock. I the ticket continued Suoli a large audience was uot anticipated, as Mon day evening* tbe Legislature hold uigbt sessions, which ar* generally at tended by about five hundred of ilia elite of tbe oapitol. A majority of these attended the perfoimauce. The company presents tbe opera in tbe Opera House ibis oity Ibis evening, aud to-morrow evening "Pinafore. sam* » au * 111 a t Laai. Yesterday afternoon officer Taylor attempted to arrest a man by "the name of George IShaw oue of a gang who endeavored to create a dialurb ance iu tbe saloon of Jobu Mam, Ninth and Walnut streets. As be did so, one of the gang uatned Johu Adams, struck the officer and the gang closed in on him. The officer endeavored to use his blackjack,but it broke. He then drew hia revolver and tired twice, wheu tbe gang run. Hbaw aud Adam» was -subsequent'* ly arrested, aud at the hearing be* fore the Mayor last eveuing, Shaw was rerjuired to pay SI and coate, and Adams was required to pay $10 and costs and furnish $300 to keep the peace. Receipts of lhe Fair. The receipt« of thé fair Lei 1 for the benefit of Ö«. Peter'*Church,New UaMle which tJ j«eci ou the 10ih iimt, were a« follows : A. W. Wright's tabic. A. O. H. table, Jobu MoCue'n table, O hoir table, tiefreebmeut table, Door, Ÿ480.00 3ÜÜ.00 12U.W 78.82 1U3 68 189.12 *1,402.03 11.80 Papooses, 91,890.23 This is an exceedingly good showing for a small town l.ke New Castle * The Mpnyteu Diiyvll Disaster. Nkw York, J*n. 23—Tbe coroner to-dsy resumed tbe Inquiry Into the cident on tbe Hudson Biver lUilrosd'at Spujteu Duyil. Superintentlenl Toucey teslifled tIasi tlie sir brake could be ap plied snd s train el >ppee by pulling s cord in any car. He also said that Bmkeman Morris should have gone back to tbe cut to signal the approach Ing train as soon as bis traiu stopped, and it was tbe duty of the conductor io •ee that be did go back. Mr. Toucey further said that if all tbe employees on the train had done tbeir duty tbe acci dent would uot have occurred. Mr. E. II. Valentine, of Bennington, Vl-t whose son and daughter-in-law were killed in tbe »»aident, testified that be saw Melius standing by tbe rear car five minutes before tbe collision, when be saw tbe headlight of ibe ap pioaching locomotive he ran back about forty reel towards It. If axes bad bean al hand several lives might bave been saved, and If water ha t been at hand tbe fire could have been extinguished. but SPECIAL NOTICES. A IAKJ>. *«" 7. ho m «aflerlng frem tbe *°^k. JP<iUoretlon« of youth, nervous 5**^®*?*» •A r j ( J r <*«c«y. io«« of manhood infill ««nd « reolpe that v m <*nr# you, FREE OF CHARGEThU era" r.*'2* d L w ." »'»o-verotl by a Prtrtlonarv " a*lf-addre"«eü SM%w»*€nS^ t - m roj octal- -Uwsin Waixinotox, J« , Du»^T K ■.ü , ' , SXSï-'oïr'r, 1 «''« whaler North Star, -ill >tM « Brfford. Mu*., * «» Frauoiaoo February u fut .,''" d , s N wbaiw the North Star .» . The North Star i. *i mcmt f" ch »'*i. o^r »hip to the a™V'; 2T h. will, barrio* accidents, be*bï. toootomuoioata with the Inm,» ü."'* ahlp Rodgers l„ the spring "'* 1 « Owau* «'ll reach Ht. I.a. r „, 1 *>*"» before H e Rodgers oat «„ B *I whiter quarter*, aud*L* u ° » Lieutenant Berry that he mauicale with him. if P o*«ibta W ^' log orar the Ice If neoeîuTy «hall the r«*wai it L f Neuaie L« I,. Congressman Bayne thinks tu«, ale of tbe United State, i. ÏÏ** small. We have uo douoi tu, ' 01 several thousand patriot, i„ , J '*'» tr Z w '»0 "Orillally agree will, Ulh who believe that the efiioiene, body would be increased if tiiî, in tome way be admitted to berrtlp Mr, Bayne'. merit of novelty. He prontw^.r* eaoh RtaU eh. 11 have, two Senetort and then an «fdhtoS ooe lor every million af iuhabitsi. all to b, eluded b, the peoplT^ I',™» New York .bout additional mmta In wbat is called tm o t "' mber Tin, rltttlcX;! with the Bayne proposition u. u „.. does not go far enough tu m Mt tb view* of one class—the peliticiawTl ***!!» l**' H I» equally ohjectiouaWeï another claim—tha people. n, e ,* think that there are far loo uuiujbm atom at present, and they would 'idm toaee the number out down iti.t^g increased. As for the poiit.olj,, , b „ will some to tbe concluMuu that* would be racles* to enlarge the unies# it were done in a *| 10 | way so as to create vaotuolea etHtuk II is astouisbiug bos' much mgeuuity Cougressm,,,, ,. Iw u in devising wild and impractioVlZ scheme* of government.—A. //„, aid. h'Di of u* ' uld Tb» NX "to go round. l oniiaerrlal Marine ami,<,idi M Mr. David A. Wells, in « Inter loik New 1 ork Timen, disputes llu- (l«'| u ,| lion < flhe commlilee ol ilie I'hainfawi ol Commerce oftbet city to (hat England built up lier comun-rc»i marine by sub-idies, aud cliod l«,r«fr non u au argument Iu support ofn* greuleusl grama of subsidies forth purpose uf building uponr o»ua merclal marira. Mr. Wells point,», that tbe ooly money paid oui by land to its commercial marine is in im] way of mail service, which ihe exiemtf her possessions makes uecesssry urf someiimea Involves liheial p»y. (1,1 denies that this pay is iu the Ukiiireuli] subsidy, and bo shows |i hat insieadafl paying *8,800,000 per annum in mbs dies, u stated by the New Volke» inittee, the iota) of her payments Hr] mail service was *882,10) in ltf( which wu reduced to l'2.ïü,00U (or *L 250,000) in 18b2. A psrt ol lins wsj paid to lonvgn sti s-nslnp coriipamee; ik] guverrment letting out tue mail wind] hy contract, anil never hes.laimg lor» pioy foreign veasi is when t-qual eervtcs or cheaper l«i ms esu be obtained frua] them. This fact refutes ol itself a» statement that tbe pay is iu the nsus ol a subsidy,aud entirely cuts the grouaf] from under the New York commilMj which argued In favor ol subsidies our government because ll was then»] tom of England to build up by aubsiiHa] her commercial marine. : Railroad Hat«*—Refusal I» «4 lane, Boston, Mas*., Jan. 2S.-II «• generally supposed lhat, auce with the orders *f Cumnuaaiow Fiuk, them would be a general ad vance in west bound freight tbit morning from 80 caul* to 45 ceuta |w 100 pouuds upon tbe Cbicag» bai», but an tbe Boston and Albany Hold reluscs to advance ii* rates, tbeutka roads will follow suit and continue# tbe old rate* iu foroe last week. Thl excuse giveu by tbe Uoatou aud Al bany is tb it they have received M orders from Mr. Fiuk. It is surmlied that there are other difficult irs iu tbs . ay wbicb must be removed beluff tbe Boetou and Albany will rouiidg tbe settlement of tbe railroad difficul ties as accomplished. ■MOW Abandomnq PostKKS.— i lif Mad, son Square Theatre, the most sue«*] ful play-bouse lu New York, hum] 1*1 til lu large posters and blll-bcardt ll] does all ol its advertising through M légitimité channel of tbe newspaptM and bas reaped a rich pecuniar; barv«*] from tbe seed towu iu Ibis way 0» mentliig on ibis, the Boston Stndql Courier says : "Advertising on lhe »>18] belongs to au age when newspapers »m] lew, and should be discontinued other useless fashions wbicb ti»vs biJ] ■heir day. It may do lo herald tbe ap] proacb of a circus with flawing piewna, but lire unseusatioual drama nerds m| auch pictorial display." the cheat cure, UR RHEUMATI SM Am It is for oil diseases of tb. KIDNârtT LIVER AND BCY4ELS. It eJsanSM th. system of tbe a r.il r'"— •bat eanaas tu« d«j*d.ui suit.nat »"* ouly the victim* ot Eh MonuUi i THOUSAND- 0 OF CASES of the worst form* oi thio terrible h*Vd been quiakly rolievod. PERFECTLY CURE0 fjt R..ÜO ? m *•• b„4 w.atl.r-r.l.u.. ...■ au» sn im sal. in «very part Ol* th. Country. I» dred. oroai-o.lt lias cured w!ier.all . |#e , fbtlmt. Iti. mild, bat .flloient. t'Kit* A IN IT* ACTION, but liaroil»» ni au. W IWI t vleanaca, at.oiiirib.-. amt IJfe to »11 tlie iiuportHiil of theWW' The natural action of the Kidney* >« »•'•'f**; i The Uver 1« olonoed of all dtxemae, j Bowels move freely and healthfully- In |l " way the worst dlix>a«* a tu e «radicatr« the system. Ah it haa been prove.! by tliouxamlfl thu- ^ ■ ' r G the most effectuai remedy for eietu**»"« system of all marble accretions. 1 1 *bo»«" used in every houxenold an a SPRING MEDICINE. Always cures BIUOUaNESS. < ON« 1 *' TION, PIIkBS and -11 FEMALK ViaelU ^\ Is put up in lkry Veritable P® r1 "' '"'K.ira one irucksire of whicl makes «qiiwti nf><" . AUo in U« uld Form, very Concfutrst«*' veidcDiv of til one who cannot reuo}i" pan* it It act »with equal efficiency i* eftserj (JET ITOrYOITU DnUOOI8T- PBICb-t»* 1VKLL8* KICIUKPS'ON A Co., VM (Will mod tbe dry tjMMflWiiBgg in.