PRICE ONE CENT
WILMINGTON. DEL., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 26. 1882.
r x—NO.' 31H-_
ISAPHIC SUMM art.
.. BriUl'i House of Commons, y««
SsilOflSiitllloJosttfisd tbs oours#
sut*» t ivernmonl lo mak
„ joe lanersl of Mr. Dors In.
_ Helens, of Waldeck,» to#
„lie, Duse of Albany, arrived at
, iwterdsy, socompanled by her
„d w.. received by the royal
Edward «Stanley, oonsereaUve,
___ elected to the Hones of
for Weet eomereetahlra wllb
P 0 .IUOD.—The Prinoeu Tbretre,
Jarett, England, has been de
I by Hr*.
Patti'* regalement by Mans
(or bla next season In New
J, oow considered aaeured, a anb.
kiu of HIJW1° addition' to tho ad
n having been »ecured, on oondl.
ut tbe dira «hah appear tn opera
,-»!xt!m*i during the season.
■TABtiLAn Statement Is pub
■ ty tbe Coiambus Enquirer of
Lfootton factories built in 1881
[rojsolcd in 1882, whtoh show*
pa's increase to be 106,000 spin
io which probably at least 20,000
spindles can be added to the
before another year passes,
[is is rapidly going to tha front
ntton manufacturing State.
kiSITIHG ODD rtlLLOWA
L lodoi handsomely entes -
SISKD er CHKSTKR BKETHBEN.
stween forty and fifty members of
h Lodge, No. 34, 1. O. O. F.,
[ I friendly visit last night to
Lgd Lodge, No. 258, of Cbestsr,
F Among tbe visitors were H. W.,
M Treasurer Hiohard H. -Ew
ks, Fut Grand A. B. Gillespie,
Lit John Wainwright, Secretary
M, Wbitford, Past Grand Levi
htt, William G. Pierce, Harry
ball, Alfred E. Beat, William Id.
L John P. Taylor, and Past Grand
Ear Edward F. Jamas. Th* vial
vira met at the depot by a com«
h of tbe Uplaod Lodge, and es
kd to their room at Third and
net streets. Noble Grand Charles
nmas, Vice Grand George W.
ter and Put Grand Mark W. Allen
Upland Lodge, made addresses of
done, wbicb ware responded to by
MtOrtod Elmsr Moore and Yioe
led William Crawford. The hits
be evening were tbe addressee of
K. W. Grand Treasurer R. H.
tube, and of Peat Grand Muter
■ard F. Jams«. Put Grand Lari
nett, of Eden Lodge, Put Grand
In, of Upland, Woodrow, of Eden,
I Pelt Grand Adam Piero*, of Up
d, also made addresaea.
fh» banquet waa held at Third and
Hin streets, South Chuter, and
e prepared by William H. Kershaw
I George L. Horning, members of
imd Lodge. Upward» of 150 oovers
re laid and ample justioe was done
tbe viands prepared bv the caterers,
it Grand Pierce, of Uplaad Lodge,
Hided at tbe banquet, and the ad
■ ol A. B. Gillespie, of Eden
dge, was responded to by Mr.
icha oi Upland. Hon. J. L. For
#d, ex-mayor of Chester, made a
at and appropriate speech, to whiob
at Grand Maarer Edward F. James
■ponded. John Wallace, of Upland
wge, also apoke and Andrew Muir,
•p read an Irish selection. Dr.
of . Upland Lodge, sang
tbe Old Man's Drunk Again," and
• entertainment closed with a song
f Noble Grand Eimer Moore of Eden
Mo'ir ,1 vi,it °rs reached this city
i if.eo this morning. The visit wu
I teturn lo one recently made by the
neater brethren to Eden Lodge.
IdltCABTER, PA., April 26.—
tome, the tbree'-year-old daughter
J• viü0 > was instantly kill
,n iano yesterday, while
J'og at Broomall'e foundry and
mneehope.a heavy iron flaek
upon h« and breaking
A BOLD nOBBERY.
,A robbery was committed
j,ii ,j? er Station, Penney) vanta
M»«n1l" bstwsen 9 and 10 o'clock
he t,lree rnou entering
ilont ~ 86 °shua Root .while Mr.
taiL a '.^ rkin K 111 lhe fi eld, and
bisbcdroom J " g0W and noleB from
,u[". .^°° l discovered the burglary
tub,''"»e to ge' on the
f »t never'.i th -, fri * u ' *' Pursued them
CS*' finallv osptnring
(i ». Walt», I "w ,belr "a"«» were
Willi,n ^ f'fiward E. Beck and
Tll ejkadlitii* rk ' ° f Philadelphia,
but goM Ire* 7° a °J iD lhelt P 0011 ®»*
route of'"'"""fiseattered along
which w "•«flight, and- note,
fioating on , 1<ieu t'Hed ware found
him, IZ, A 6 of Eshlman's
'"PBoiied tT,ni°!î So"
iat0 tbe water 1 T? y throw lhe "touey
J° banoastet ,-T hey we . re brought
bearing befm« Tij oomn "Wed for a
* "sfoio Alderman Bpurrler.
tîïî-Â but th *' r
toyi a ,. Q ^ air Balsam i
,0uthf ol cofor Pr0mi)t,y
prevents the *n
r entering lhe
Son —-" to 1 * 1 or Dry.
?oî'«V° tü * P '''y P M« f te i° . puroh, " # ®9rtt
, tl,M tbe y °* u see
Ï«». Other» ». at tb<,T ar ® Purely vege
, Prepare u«" ùot 'be time «T de
To î a, '« 0 »' "Pfitotne., and wish
«'«■ 'he pro
Purauant to tbe call of tba Vico
Fierident of tbe ward, tbe Seventh ward
Democrat* met In tbe Friendship engine
liouir, laat evening, and organized for
tbe campaign. Officer« and executive
comm tie) were elected follow«:
Prcaldent, Samuel C. Peirce; Secretary,
F. A. Price; Treaeurer, Tbomav
l)oud. Executive committee, Eutern
District, S. C. Peirce and Jamee Spence.
Wettern District, Patrick Oougberty,
Robert Frist, Themaa J. Mellon. Sev
eral addrteiet were made, and alt pres
ent manifested tbe deepest Interest In
tbe success «f tbe party.
The Eighth Ward Democrats met at
the boose of Councllmao McMeoamtn,
last evening, and organized as follows:
President, David H. Wells; Secretary,
Alfred G. Vernon; Treasurer, William
Nelson. Executive Committee, Win.
B. Norton, John Quinn, Edward C.
•Concaunoo, Thomas Lynch soi James
Daley. Judge of Nomination Miamian,
Thomas Moran. 1 nspactore, Alfred U.
Vernon, and Joseph B. Wells. A com
mittee composed of Thomas H. Blanken
and E. C. Concanuon was appointed to
nominate candidates for Council.
The Temh Ward Democrats met, last
evening, at tbe Weccacoe engine bouse
to organize for the approaching cam
Secretary, Thomas O'Donnell; member
ol tbe City Executive Committee, Pat
rick Neary. Ward Executive Commit
tee: David K. Finley, William Blake,
Michael Welch and James Shakespeare;
Committee on candidates for Couucll,
Inspector and assistant, Wm. Dollard,
David W. Hughea and Thomas O'Don
nell. Tha meeting adjourned to meet
next Tuesday evening.
: President, Phil.
G. Green, Jr.,
A TAlrd Party Movement.
We are requested to publish the' fol
Meal lac of Reform«».
Thomas Walter, a member of tba
Select Council of Philadelphia, and
George H. Earle, a member rf tbe Uoui
milite ol Oue Hundred of the atme
city, are announced to delivoi address«.«
at a public meeting ulieJ by Wilming
ton gentlemen who destre to »'e a re
form in tbe cliy government. Tbe
meeting will te held in lha lecture
room of tba Opera Uossi on Friday evn
nlng uext. The evil for this gathering
is signed by William T. Pinter, J. M
Pdsey, G«<> W. Dorsey, K. J. McManns
John J. Jourdan, Evans Pennlug'.OD,
Smiley J. Ring, J. T. Ueald, Archibald
Capelle, Thomas McCorkle, Jr., Wm.
U. Sw.ft, Theodore F. Crawford, Rob
ert McCaulley, William Tstuall, Thom
as Darlington, Emde Uucber, T. Oliver
Cooper, Geo, H. Capelle, Joseph Hot
mail, J. T. Morgan.
Mit. IlEAl.D'8 SALE ON SAT
J. T. Heald advertises an exten
sive sale of building lots in «be wes
tern part of the city, to take place
on Saturday, at 3 o'clock p. m
These lota are well located in good,
high and healthy ground, and those
who want to invest small sums could
hardly have a belter opportunity.
Mr. lieald has had a very conven-'
ient plot of tbe lot printed
that s quite an improvement on the
old fashion paper plots.
Tuesday eve ning, May 2d, a grand
comnllmeuttry beließt will be tendered
to the East End Assembly in the
sbapo of a literary and dramatic enter
tainment at the Odd Fellows' Hall.
All friends of the Assembly should
attend, as the tiokets are only 25
Hope Lodge, No. 21,I«O.O.F.,
will give an excursion to Atlantic
City on July 13th.
Andrew M. Strickland and Watson
and Isaac Lenderman were thrown
from a runaway team, on Monday,
aud severely bruited. The former
bail hie collar bone brouen
Letters of administration were
granted b; the Registrar, yesterday,
to John Bigge, upon tbe estate of
James (i. Smith, ot Appoquimmink
Mora good 10 cent tinware at
99 cent store.
The closi n g weekly meeting of
the ÜDity Club will be held to
night, when Lea Pusey will review
the winter'e work and George W.
Stone will read a (paper on "The
Public Dutiee of Private Citizens.
First ward Democrats will meet
for organization at Maryland Ave
nue and Madison streets, this even
ing, and the Fourth ward Democrats
Wanted—A perfect copy of lhe Daii.t
Gazette of April 20 h 1881. Five oeote
will be pst'l far It at this office.
Copies of the Daily Gazette of the
following listes, are wanted at the
Gazkitr office: August, 13, 1881;
Septe . her. 26, 1881. Five cents will
be given fir a per foci copy of each
HE HAD FAITH A510SG DOUBTERS
«amu« 1 F. Palmer, a young employee
In tha Gent»' Furnishing store of T. Mill
er, No. BiBBlsth av«\; New Yo k Cuy.ha
luve.ied r-gul.riy In the ''r «wing ot thr
A Dauphin, New Oden ns, L*». Me foiled
to get a tiaket lu tue February drawing
as ne «en loo iate.vut receivêu ou» iu «
March distribution He was laughed
b. his fnen «h. Put he offuie«J to bet $09
that he would some dav win a large
prise. Ku^e enoush he found that his
was a hslf of licke- No. 0 90, which had
drawn irt.oao. He collected lt through
Adwma Expr?se Coin' any,and aahe bat
frequently drawn email prlzre r f $80 and
•10 before« will «end iu time for May 01 h,
V> be In lhe next drawing under the spec
ial supervision ofGvn'ls G. T.
gard, of L».. aud Jubal A. i^ai'ly, of Va.,
Best ever made, Emory'» Llt'le Ca«hai
t c Pil'«. plea -eut to take, »ugnr ciieten,
no griping; only It rent» a b"*' 0 £, Dr "*"
gist« or bv mall. Blander.. Oure Co lU
Nassau street, New Yor':: aprlT-^w8m
THn BIDS OPENED AND ALL BXJECTED I TO
OB ACCOUNT ON BEIBO TOO HIGH.
The bnllJing committee o( Uie Trat- 1 The
tees of the Poor, last evening, opened for
tbe bids for the erection of tbe new City
almshouse and Insana bolldlngs, as fol- tfteruoon
Harry Lape . $244,806.44
Thomas M. Ogle A Co. 235,447.55 Wales,
J. B. Johnson and Jos. Hyde 233,480.06 cent.
Archibald Given ....
J. K. D. Seeds & Sou
E. H. Jemison.
T. W. Ferree A Bro.
. 222,400.00 rad.
. 218,000 00 City
. 211,000.00 Kldrldge
. 210,000.00 The
Six of the bidders are Wilmington- I hold
iaos. Tbe others are E. H. Jemison ot First
New Castle sud T. W. Ferre A Bro., of 1 Orange
The committee rejected all tbe bide, I and
by reason ot being too high, and after- I sod,
wards mada some alterations ln tbe I
plane, with « view cf reducing the cor. and
The matter will come up at tbe regular
meeting of the Trustee* of the Poor to- |
on Saturday afternoon, May 6th, and street
thus far the following candidates |
have been announced :
The election for members of the
Board of Education will take place
First Ward—Harry Emmons,Esq., I
F. W. Reeve. Frauds
Second Ward— H. J. Garel.
Third Ward - John Kieule. ! * ,ld
Wed nr The A if» a
Eighth Ward—Dr. Thos. A. Kca , nd
"■*•*; ... . . , ..
Other candidates are being looked I
for, but it is hard work to secure | Evans
them, as most men are very reluc
tant to serve iu the School Board.
The annual meeting of the Wilming- I 10th
ton Loan Association, wu held lest I
eveuing, sun officers and directors elec-1
ted as follows: President, D. H. Kent;
,,, _ I
Vlee President, J u hn r - led
rrtary and Treasurer, Georg« C. Marls, ed j
Directors, for three jeon, Henry O. tQ
English, U.F. Hudson, and Ju. C. V.n WMk
Trump, and Charles L. Wrtlbington for I
one year. Auditors, Thomas J. Lawson *
and Usury C. English. Tbe report
showed the total number of shares to te
044. Tbe value of the second series is
$180.50; third, $187.01; fourth, *110 40; |
fifth, *101.91; sixth, *85.1«, seventh,
$00.14, eighth, $53.85, ninth, $39 20,
moth. *32.28, eleventh, *25.40, twelfth,
*18 82, thirteenth, *12.37, fourteenth,
( 6 . 00 .
Odd Fellows' Kleetloa.
The following oilier« were elected by | In
I Asylum Lodge, No. 23,1. O. O. F., last I Foster
eveuing, tor tbe ensuing six mouths,
Noble Grand, William Wooamensey,
Vice Grand, D. W. Aiken, Recording | b(
Secretary, E. T. Stanley, Permsneut
Secretary, J. H. Appleby, Treasurer, C.
. rollea cart. I that
At the police coart this morning, Wm
Bows was arraigned on a otanrgsorsoring I to
In a verv dliord.rly mann« r at the house 1
No. 817 Granne «trssr. °"* . of . *?* l ®r
of coming into tbe house at all boor.and I
raising a disturbance, lie was fined *5 >
Leopold Hanbat, for drunkennf«« sod
disorderly conduct, was fined $1, and as
ordin.ry druak, at fifty cents and oo.t»
closed tbe court.
Dissolved. I cage,
Ths paitn.r.hlp existing between J. I
A. Wmistook and Frank Soarka, pub- until
Ii.ti.ru of the New Ca«tle Star has been
dissolved. Mr. Wbltelook will continue
the rnblicatlonofths fftaraod Mr.Bpsrk.
hu accepted a situation In this city. | city,
two brothers loo» Roth LEGS bt | the
bailroad accidents. I
. .. la
Robert Glenn, cosdnotar on the
Waynesburg branch ol tke P. B. B.,met ,
with a terrible accident «t Barneston on
Msnd.y about noon. He wa< engaged
tn making a firing «wltcb and from some
cause bs was thrown from the ca-, and I —
iu falling upon the track, the wheela l
pawed over both leg», cutting them ofl 1
ok olean re if tt bad been done wl'h a
knife. One wa. severed jutt above Ihe
ankle and tbe other just nelow tbe knee.
The unfortunate man wee Bent at onosl a
bv a »pedal train to Philadelphia andl
placed In the Presbyterian Hospital, I
where be died the same night. I
This Is the ■•®ond one of this f
maonsL* Oharl's*« broïh.r B o?
Gli.no, who w»s for many years oon
0aUo°u train, h w.s P t'r r .retaïreî t" 0 . 0 ^
riHhnra train iw.« than two vein ign, I
On the very ti'Bt trip to that city hé wa^ I of
through some aoetdent, thrown under a
tiain ot care aud a'eo bad both lees cut
oft. He recovered from hie injuries, and
.H soon ae be wu able to attend te bue
inres tke PenneyIvauln R.llroed Com
pwny gave hloi a position at the Broad |
FtrtiO' elation, Philaielphle, where he
.. „ . ,
A llandaom. Present. ]
A number of th. lady friends ef Wll
miugton DjViBloo, No. 1, Uniformed |
Renk, K. of F., iiuve procured a beÄO " I
' s ix Hag, which they will present I
to thst orjjanijsatlon on Friday e\ enlug I
next. It besrs the foi lowing Inscription: 1
S De 0 !."' "Orgintaed 'sTpMinber
.*879.*' Tbe fl^g is on exhibition in '
the window of Adams dk JBro.'n store,
No. 604 Market street.
Air attaohment, in the name of Leop- |
old II, King of the Belgians, for $400,
000, hre been obtained by toe B«lg,.n i
turre t 'ofthé Suureme Court again»*
Barrelt, ol the Buprem. çourr, again»!
eue Leon Hern aril, who ie accused_of |
robbing a prjmlueot arohbi.tiop or Bel
»Iura or b mi», money. Jewel., ifco , to
the vr lue of over *1,200,000. Tbe so
.'inert Ie »aid to bare Drooeity In New I
P the lookout I
York. Detectives a-e on
tor him, sod It is «aid extradition pa
pare hava been prepared In oue ha is
I TO TAXE PLAOB XEXT SATURDAY—
CANDIDATES AND VOTING PLACES.
1 The Republictn nomination election
for Mayor, President or Council end
City Treasurer takes plaça on Saturday
tfteruoon next.batwaan 3 and 7 o'clock,
Tbs candidates are as follows:
Mayor—M. L. Lichtenstein, Dr. J. P.
Wales, 8. A. UacaUister, Francis Yln
Présidant of Counsll—Henry C. Con
City Treasurer—Wm. H. Curry, J.
Kldrldge Pierce, M. 8. Simpers.
The voting places and luapecton to
I hold the election are is follows:
First word, Barnum rtotel, Fifth and
1 Orange streets,Frederick Pyle,Inspector.
Second ward, Felton House, Second
I and Walnut streets, George A. Heuder
I sod, Inspector.
I Third ward, nortbweet corner Fourth
and Monroe streets, Francis R. Iro ne,
and Walnnt streets; Alfred D. Van
Fifth ward, Lafayette Hotel, Ninth
and Shipley street«, Edwin F. Lummls,
81sth ward, Henry Kyle's office, King
street below Ninth, Henry U. Dawkins,
ward,southwest corner Fourth
8-jTSDth ward, Farry's carpet bouse
I Delaware avenue ahd Madison street,
Frauds C. Simpson, Inspecter.
Eighth ward, northeast corner Eighth
! * ,ld I >in « Attest, Solomon Qook, Inspec
Tenth ward,northwest comer Pleasant
, nd j, ckion streets,Bsnjsmln D. Bogle,
I Eleventh ward, Tramp lirob' office,
| Evans Brown, inspector,
Rear Admiral Thomas U. Patterson
will bs placid on tba retired list on tha
I 10th of May next,
I Ralph Waldo Emerson was reported
somewhat better yesterday,
I Senator Hill, of Georgia, accompan
led by his wife sou and physician, arrlv
ed j u at l, ou1 y t s«erday, on his wsy
tQ Eurekll s ÛJ' „ T81 J
WMk au(1 ob *j, J to lraval by eu '
I*»«, commencement exercises of
Princeton Theological Seminary closed
yesterday^ 42 graudales receiving their
The fifth annual
"Supreme Couhcil ol lbs Royal
am" began yesterday In Baltimore.
The Nebraska National Bank, of
Os aha, was yesterday authorized to
begin business wltb a capital of «250,
tasslon of the
Tha Forestry Congress mat yeaterday
| In Music Hall, Cincinnati. Governor
I Foster and ex-Presideut Hayet will
Chinese emigrants are reported to
| b( arriving at Victoria British Columbia,
^ rate of70Q WMk
The Harmony Mill« at Cohoes re
intined entirely doted ye«terd«y. Sev
enty-five families of operatives bave lelt
I that city to accept plaças in other mtun
factoring towns, and more are preparing
I to go.
1 Argument on the petition for a habeas
®r corpui in the case of Mason waa begun
îfr'üai*s' 's, 1 "* Supr8 " # 0outt oflhe
I untteir crates,
A motion for a continuance in tbe
murder case or A. (J. Soteldo, s«t for
Thursday in Washington wu filed jtt
terdsy by Sotieldo's counsel, who alleges
new sud important evidence In favor of
Tha hearing in tbe Rerdell Star Roots
I cage, before the Police Court lu Wuh
J. I lnglofi, yesterday, wu farther poste onsd
until tc day.
. . „ T ___.__. . .
Dr - Lipwomb, s merchant of
Danville, Virginia, wu killed In that
| city, yesterday, morning, by bis father
in-l*w, Sterling Edmnuda, in a domes
An attempt was made on Monday lo
wreck a train on tbe Amboy division of
bt | the Pennsylvania Railroad, near Bur
I Ungtou. A plank bad beea pissed along
la rati to throw the train off the track.
the Charles Gravette wu arrested on sus
J. D. Andrews, an insane man, frac
some Hired his wife's sknll with a rolling-pin,
and I — , theft residence Usyesviile, Delaware
l Penna., on Monday night, and
onosl a mathematician, aDd "lightning call
andl lator," hat he had been Insane
I several years, and under caretfaD
I tendant. It is supposed that bis lnsan
ity wu tbe runlt of the pecnlisr, one
-><«?" «nental exercise 1« which he in
^ Y —«• Disease
ign, I A toiidioiDe tbftt deitioy* gorm or Oiuw
wa^ I of Bright'« Dl»e»»e,Diahwte* Kidney »od
a Liver Complaint.,and h»a power to roo
cut thsm cut of the Bt.tamjeaheveeil price,
and 3uoh a medicine Is Hop Bll«»r«and po»l
bue- tlve proof of this oan be found by oae
Com- trial, or by »»king year neighbor», who
Broad | hare been cured by it.
■he died yesterday morning. Aodrewe,
who wu known u "Profoesor" hid
amused a fortune by wonderful skill u
He Never Told Ul. Wir. Until
Mr. B. L. Holt, who livre near Qnltr
, man, sent toM. A. Dauphin, New Or
] leant. La., »bout three weak, .tuoe In a
Wll- ^Tt'uTat hlîuoket h£l drëwSVÂlu
| llie A | arc | 1 draw mg of the Lou 10 tuna (State
beÄO " I Lotiery, endhedrew liiamuneyby ex
I press. He was carcfcl to say nothing
enlug I about lt to his wife until he found out he
1 whs a lucky man. This »the sixth time
M °- ° em '
in ' ocrftl ' Mar0Q "
Are lend In their praise of Floreston
Cologne on account of IU remarkably
Leop- | delicate and lasting fragrance,
B«lg,.n i paTRICK B FAIR DRAWINGB.
again»* At Bt. Patrick'» Ohnrch fair, la»t even
again»! to tbe fo ll 0 wtue artlolm were disposed
| ot %y „haute:—one dozen goblet, to Mr.,
Bel- John McMakin. No. t >3 Market .tree«,
, to .„t ortldlea toT. A. B.ttarbu y,fruit dnh
so- to Deunl. Bradley, box of cologne t<
New I ' 1 »tthe«. Riiev. dressing glare tu Mrs.
lookout I Bmmon., Wret Thlrd^ .tre.« table to
Mary Hickey, No. 801 West Seventh
street, fancy set to H. Oorilus, No. 1U1I1
Lombard street, bouquet table to James
Ford, No. MO East Front strrek
ArSsMsbep Wood . Anniversary. |
Today the Oathollo Cburcb and
eoclet^es of Philadelphia will celebrate
tbe twenty fifth anniversary of bis
Graoe Archbishop Wood to the Blab«
oprio wltb becoming ceremonies, and
a brief biographical sketch ot the die. 'be
gulshed American prelate oannot
1 to be interesting. I aged
Tbe Most Rev- jamee Frederick
Wood is a convert to the Oathollo i"g
faith. He was bom in Philadelphia, the
on tbe 27th of April, 1818, of English
parent», and reoeived bis elementary
education in a school in Dook street,
He subaeqnently spent five years of hie I All
yoath In England, where he attended I a
a grammar sohoo), in Glouoestn;. I
After returning to his native country, the
in 1827, he went to Cincinnati, and of
beoame clerk, and afterwards cashier,
in tbe Franklin Bank, of that city. In saw
April, 1886, he was reoeived into tbe I
Oathollo Cbnroh by Archbishop Pur- | with
cell, and In the au'umn of 1887 he re- and
signed his position as cashier, and I most
went to Rome to study for the priest- «pare
hood. He entered tbe College of the I the
Propagands, and, after nearly seven I si
years of study, during which he was tke
appointed by tbe authorities if the
college Prefect of Discipline, he wa , I
on the 25th of March, 1844, ordalnedl her,
priest by Cardinal Fraosoni, Pieteotof I
the Sacred Congregation of tbe Prop»-1 "ept
ganda. He returned to this country I
>n October of the same year, and was I boy
appointed Assistant Rector of the I
Cathedral at Cincinnati. After filling I
this position for ten years, he was an- I "•<!
pointed pastor of St. Patrick's Churob 3»"
n the same city. While discharging I
his duties as pastor be received tbe I
bull appointing him coadjutor Bishop I
of Philadelphia, with the right of sue
On the 26th of April, 1857, I
twenty one years after his reoeptioo I kill,
into the Catholio Church and thirteen I
years after his ordi lation to the priest-1
hood, be was oonseorated Bishop by I Ihe
Archbishop Puroell. He at once name I
to Philadelphia, ard entered upon his I
episoopal duties, taking special charge I
of the financial affairs of the diocese. |
Under his administration thou flour
lthed, and meins were secured foi I
continuing the erection of the Cathe- I
dral and sustaining other work*. Be 1
fore the completion of the Cathedral 1
hs erected the present Cathedral chape) I tie
and organized the Cathedral parish, I
which Is now one of the strongest |
parishes in the city.
On the death of Bishop Neumann,
January 5, 1860, Bishop Wood suc
ceeded to the title and full admluistra
tion of the Diocese of Philadelphia, I
end devoted bimulf with character««- I
tic energy to the additional duties I
devolved upon him. The Cathedral I
was dedicated in November, 1864; the | It
Cathedral chapel waa enlanred, many I
churches were completed, and others I
eommeuoed, and additional religious I
orders were introduced, among them |
the Slaters of the Good Shepherd, the I
Servants of the Immaculate Heart of
Mary, the Sister, of the Third Order
of Bt. Francis of Aaaisainm, and the I
Little Siater. of the Poor. The Catho
lie Home for Destitute Orphan Girl.
was established, and other charitable
*r D e e t d h« a ed°"î!,d ''tlÄ" Th"
strengthened and I
Theological Seminary of St. Châles I ^
Borromao waa also erected, and was I
opened for the reception of eoclesrasti
csl studenta In September, 1871. I
Daring his Episoopste, Bishop I y
Wood visited Rome several times. He I b
was present at the canonization of the | c
Japanese martyrs in 1862, and at the 1
celebration ol the 1800th anniversary I
of Sts. Peter and Panl, in 1867. He I
waa also p esent at the opening of the 1
Vatican Oonnoil, on December 8, I
1869, and attended its sessions for I A
several months, until oompelled by I
illness to return home. Before leaving I
Rome, however, he placed upon record I
his faith in the dogma of Papal in
fallibility, and his desire for itadefl
Oa the 12th of Februtry, 1875, I
Ri.hftn Wnnrf wu elevated to the
Bishop Wooa was eievatea io lu I
Archbishopric of the Archdiocese Of I
Philadelphia by Pope Pius IX. I
fTKre li'rxiartntiMl Ha« of Phi lade) ohia I
The Episoopal Bee <o. rhliaaeipnia
was established in 1808. In that year I
Pooe Pins VII erected Baltimore into I
an archdiocese, constituting Philadel
phia. New York, Boston, and Bards- 1
town. KV., as its suffragen sees. The I
a $ uioiion nf Phiiadelnhia Rev I
first Bishop of i hiiaaeipnia,. 1WV * I
Michael Fagan, of Lancaster, wa8 I
coosecrated in 1810. His successors I
i Kmzin iii ahn nu Pnnwftll Keurick I
have been Bishops üonweii, ivenrica, i
Neumann and Wood, tbe latter being I
the fifth incumbent. When the Dio
oeseof Philadelphia waa established
it embraced all of Pennsylvania and I
Delaware, and the western portion of I
New Jersey, but contained only tonr
teen priests. Since then «she dioceses I
ot Pittsburg, Wilmington, Scranton,
Erie and Harrisburg have been ereoted
from it, and the New Jersey portion
has besn merged in the Diocese ot
„ „ . . ,
Rsadino, P«., April 25.—Yesterday
afternoon, Miss 8arah Trexle, 10 y«»™
of age, a resident of this oity, while
««arenina for dandelion, picked up a »Ulk I
"""she thought was Raided sola*.
but whtoh proved to,bsapotaonoUA plant. I
She ate luma of tt, and shortly after her I
returnbome.be was seized witba cramp
in the stomach and arntng sens.tion in
her throat, which l. creased to suoh an
extent that she
reaulnng Ihe strength »everslpersocs t
hold her. Mefiioal aid wes of
and after suffering for
beoame unconeciuus and died tula morn* i
l'olson.d by a Noxlona Plant.
„ , __ «
L5 rt'*eif.'fre»t b m«dlolD« , for a th« °cure
poond, tbeFrsatEisolot"»™' 1 t
of all female com plaint», te the grearrei
s'rengthener of the stomach, nervw, I
kidnejs, urinary and genital organs or
man and woman ever known. Send lor 1
niroalars to Lydia B. Finkham, Ljnn,
jj aB> I
Small annnoyances in life tre vanish- I
ing through scientific discovery. In his
® Tjr,r.orv.«'R r»f Rai- I
Skin Cure, Dr. C. W. Henson s of Bal I
timoré, Md., bas created .perfect reme
d,for tetter, eruption, and acurf on « .
face or »calp. Every person u»lng it
will have • clear countenance.
| SECOND EDITION
'be following account of the resent
Indian attaok :— b tan laissa Matas,
I aged nine years, bas just arrived from
Stevens' sheep camp with tbe follow
i"g story of the Indian maasaore on
the 18th mat. :—
"Before daylight tbe Iodlana ap
tanked the camp while we were all
asleep. The Indians rushed in from
I All sides and overpowered them before
I a «hot oould be fired. The work of
I slaughter then began. An Indian put
the muaze of his gun against the head
of one man and fired, blowing his
brains against the door and walls. I
saw them kill mv ntoiber and two
I brother« by beating their brains outt
| with stones. They killed five persons
and tied my father and tortured him
I most dreadfully. He begged them to
«pare him, but they only tortured him
I the more, and finally they split his
I si ull wltb an axe. An Indian squaw,
tke wife of one of four friendly Apaohe
sh*>p uerders, who worked with us,
, I .»ved my life by holding |me behind
her, and begging them to spare
I When all tke Mexicans were dead
"ept me tho Indians left."
I The squaw who arrived with the
I boy says there were ninety-three war
I riors in the attacking party. Xbey
I oalled themselves Chiroahuas, and
I "•<! 'hey were going straight to the
3»" Carlos Agency to kill oft tbs
I whites and get more Indiana to join
I them. They also declared that they
I would kill all tbe inhabitants of this
valley. The hostiles frequently de
I dared that their whole désirs was to
I kill, in retaliation tor the three|Indians
I recently executed at Fort Grant,
Further news from the front Is to
by I Ihe effect that the whole foroe of abont
I three hundred Indians, inoludlag
his I women and children, orossed the
I Southern Pacific traok last night,
| going south, near Lordaburg.
Tbe present outbreak is the most
The Recent Indian
Tosco it, A. T., April 25, 1882.
A correspondent at Salford's give«
foi I disutrous which has occurred in Ari
I zona. Not lass than forty persons
1 have been killed. Last night s mass
1 meeting was held here, Governor frit
I tie presiding. It wu determined to
I '»iso a force of volunteers to take the
| field for two or three months,
BtaoefclnK nouiesile Trasedy.
Wkstchkstkb, Pa. April 25, 1882.—
I Much excitement was caused here tu
I day by the snnouncemsnt that J. D.
I Andrews bad killed his wife at their
I residence near ilayeaville m this county
the | It appears that far several yeats "Pro
I feasor" Andrews, as he is familiarly
I called, has manifested a tendency to
I ward Insanity, and an an attendant was
| hired to watch bim. Last night while
the I Mrs. Andrews was In her sitting room
of husband, who had besn left nn
gowded for a moment in an adjoining
the I zoom, seized a.rolling p n and quietly
Mj. mg, up behind bis wlfe dealt n.r a
Girl. , "f *?
Th" Andrew. 8 iSd summonsTmedicsT sTd
I There was no hope, however, and Mrs.
I ^ ndrews d j ed f our o'clock this morn
was I without recovering consciousness,
sb " WM , boat fii , y , eBri of , ge . „ Pro .
I lessor" Andrews, who is «boat sixty
I y 9arB 0 [ d| accumulated a large fortune
He I b y b [ a WO nderful skill as a mathemati
the | c j a u. jj 0 W as known as the "Ltgbtaing
the 1 Calculator," and it Is supposed that his
I peculiar mental exercise was Ihe prime
He I cause of bis mmd breaking down.
the 1 _ M M _ _
for I A Mew Torlzer ebaresd witk AS
by I tempted Bribery,
I Kicbmon». V*., April îl.
I A warrant was issued this afternoon
in- upon the affidavit of 8. Brown Allen,Au
__I the Keudall Bank Wote Company of New
1875, I y«rk, on a charge of corruptly offering
the »nd promising to him a gilt or gratuity
lu I w jth intent tolnfluenoe tils vote,»» m«m
Of I her of the Sinking Board Commiseioneni
I in the matter of the •doptlop by the
ohia I Board of a bid of the Kendall Bank Note
Company |or tbe priming.engmvlng and
year I lithographing of bends, ceupone ana cer
into I ufleates to be issued under a recent «et
«e work'Ätven to ta!
1 Kendall company on ihe 2®th ins «,
The I of the three members of the Board of
Rev I Commissioners voting for it and Auditor
1WV * I Allen opposing it. Mr.Kendsll denies
wa8 I the charge and will api ear in the Polloe
I court io-morrow to answer thfcharg«.—
I A.n injunction has been obtained but rot
i record J ed by Attorney-General Bhire, re
being I draining the Sinking Fund Commitsion
Dio- ers from executing the contract with the
and I Aadltor A)len , .
of I in the samo connection Mr. K.ndau
tonr- hf.cuel'rîh me mâuîe® m ihlc'h
I tbe bld of the Kendsli Company for
printing the bond-, Ao. f iwas :made and
ereoted wiäi Audltar a"« th.
portion latter expressed nnwilll.sness to award
| under Obligations to the American Bank
Note Company for the sum ot *6, 01» ad
vanced to arena in paying the capitation
tax of voter, to help United states Bena
. , tor Mabone In hie political oamp.lr n;
tb|Lt oer t,ln member, of nt. (Mr. Allen .)
y«»™ party .old .hort tne bond, ol the State of
while Virginia and mignt be interested In net
»Ulk I having the readju.tasent oftheBfttadebt
sola*. 'Äthit b iSr. U, Altan
plant. I lt wag cu8 tomary,he believed to
her I c .rtain rebate. In bark note en
cramp cravlQ g contraote, ana that he might In
in Saenoe by means not stated t<> be lmpro
an per, the giving of the """t™» 1 .« "f"". 0 "'
t ^ oÄwstlonable. The exümin«tion of
the c i ge OI Mr . Kendall will take plaee
to mor.ow moruing. Until then Mr.
morn* i K endall was balled In the sum of $,1000.
__ « Another Trichinosis Vl.tlm.
°cure Michael Coady, who was pros«rated
t |, e „ ri i week, ago by eating d I »eased
grearrei k< dl#a , Mt evening at hi. home In
nervw, I Twenty-third ward. Thta
or makc| the third victlnaof the terrible
lor 1 affliction, and the condition of the other
Ljnn, sufferers does not justify strong hope as
I to their recovery.—Tel^grapu.
vanish- I can't Got it.
his Diabetes, Bright's Dlseaie, Kliney,
Rai- I Urlnary or Li C ompl»> n ta oauno ha
Bal I " an|rjcteil by you or vuar fjmlly tf Hop
reme- Bitten are ureil,:.ud tf you already have
« . »Âïïh^iTCÂ* cure
it I u Don > t forget thte.andVlon'iget «oma
puffed up »'Ufftbit will only harm yea.
The first gun in the political caw
Î aign of 1882 «ill be fired in Ongea
une 5, when a full State ticket is to
be chosen and alio e mtaabet oft*
Forty-eighth Congres«, though * '
successful man will not taka his_
till December, 1883. Both partita
have already nominated their tickets
and aa active canvass Is 1» progress.
Both panics also condemned the
President's veto of tha Chinos« hill.
Oregon gave Oarfleld a plurality
of only 671, which tho Dssaoatals
are confidant of overcoming.
M o set t* IASAN la lore« er small
a- U " M * l "P #re & t ALDM«».
hostler and gardener, wits as sook
torse enough to aastet In tha bool*. Mat
oommsndatlona required. Apgly a*
Ac. No children nnlaoelt
FIRST CALL FROM 30*
We cay to all wishing to
purchase Boots, Shcss and
ilubbcrt that we hav* kept
very quiet during the month
that we have been fittin
our new store, No. 304
ket street, that vje might
have room to display out
stock of goods that our is*
creasing trad« demanded
and that we are now pre
pared to cupply y
AND WE DOVBT
Our stock is complete, every
department is filled, «v«ry
kind, size and width. Our
stock of Ladies', Misset' and
Children's Shoes (direct
from the manufacturer to our
salesroom) waa never so
large as now. The same can
be said of our Gent*', Boys*
and Youths' Department.
We solicit a continuance of
your liberal patronage.
■ESI USIISK, NO. 06«
ap7»Sd«kw MENMT FIRE, Prop.
a vcnoi aaua.— Positiv, ala of 6
A. Building Lota at Mapia tat Pimal»
lln «tre.L-Ja.nn front af Bsnater Bât
ard'. raaldenoe Thursday, Mtk Inst, at *
p, m. en th* premise*.
Ally, A a
An tleollon for m.mbvr. pf th.
of Public reduction In WllmlntU
be held on Halurd.y, May Stb, IMA
open at 1 o'clook and alore at f p. re.
Tba ln.pwtora of tha oraslnsl la whlre
the sltctlon «. to be held In lha warm,
will hold ths.chool slaotlon.
M smb. re to bo elected sad y lares of
voting are as follow«
First Ward—O n. member hr two
year.: poll. atNo IS School house,«area*
SECOND WABD— OU. DMabW «0» If.
years: poll. Fatten Houre, lout aa«
Third Ward—O n« msmhsr tor two
yean: polls at No. 10 .«hoot boos«. Rtf*
and Au.m. (treat*.
Fourth Ward— Ono member tor two
yean; polls at No. 1 school hoasa. F r esh
fifth War»—O ne member tor two
y ere; polls at Mo. 0 school houre, NlghSh
end Wollaston .treat«.
Sixth Ward—O n. member tor two
years; poll. Rt No. S .cheat hoasa. Vtr
sut .treat abovs Tw.lflh.
tavaxTH Ward—O n. messbar tor tvs
yen; polls No. « school h.sao, Ktavsalb
end Washington ■ tresis.
Eighth Ward—O n. mombor
year.: poll. No. S sohool houre,
and srruc. .trreta.
Ninth Ward—O ne member .tor two
yen; poll* Old Acd.my, Vsadavs*
A Tbnth WARD—On. member tor Ire
years; palls No. 15 school hosM, Harrises
street, nrer Third. .
Elhvbrth Wars—O n* m.mbar to »
two years; noil. No. 10 school houre, Oak
and Harrl.on slrreta.
HfcNRY B. MORROW,
eec'y Board *1 Public EdnssUaSb
à UDITOB'B ■•TICK. ,
A. I will attend at WllmiagSoa te
dit tne accounts of the School CMmir
tee* of New CMtle county, h rollow« f
On Mono*y, Mny 8th, Irom No. 1 toifi,
Tuesday 9th, No. 40 to76, Wodncodcjr, Wo.
and upward.. Prompt Rtta.daM. r
qnested. JNO. J. STAATE,
Auditor of Aoaoaets.
Townsend, Del., April fi.
Saturday Bv«ning, April 3f.
Second grand performanos of tha
To D* had at C. F. Tkamsak keskjstare
moruing. .0101 «
N OTICE.—Th. runtarly qurtorlF
mretlnaorUi. Tnutarear Ur. Peer
for New Owtta oounty will b. h.14 at SM
Atm. Houre on «Vedoreday April 0Mb «*0
10 o'clook a. m.—Per.on. bmvlnf bills
will prerent them by that Urn
Th. supply commlttre will rnretat IM
Atm. Hons, on Balnntay April Ml re
10 o'clock a. m.. when proporel. will be
reoeived for fnrnl.blnt tb. Alm. R ,
for th. next Ihre, m cm L h » ^ wllh b^reA,
■Ntl and tohaooo. J. W. OOO^H^
hau or cows.
The Subscribers will sail at
Public Sale, at Red Dioa, Easl
Marlborough, Ghsstsr oounty,
MONDAY, MAY 1ST, !*•*.
Atla eloek.p. »*..
FORTY HEAD OF FRESH pOVE AND
KPKINOkfUi, TWENTY HIwD
OF FEEDERS, LOTOrJOUNO^LIR
I* vr. BtiAbaR * »on. Arete«,
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