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t at— a. P.B. REPRINTED FROM YEST ERDAY PI It ES IN «BKEN ANNES. itervUle— Tvs ConilsKiMlinn* N Hornes »ml Stock Destroyed. CCenterrlUc Observer. ] Monday afternoon last tire was dis covered in the barn of Mr. Dominick Wal dron, near 11*11'» Cross Roads, and de ntroyed the building, lotir stacks of blade fodder and two horses. There was no one on the place at the time oi the Are except Mrs. Waldron and a little five-year-old boy. The boy had beeu from the house some time and on returning, asked his mother what she thought he had done. She replied .that she did not know, unies» he had brought her In some wood. After making her guess several times, he informed her that he had built the nicest fire in the barn that she ever saw. She immediately ran to the barn, but too late to bo of auy avail. The two horses were burned in a crisp, two »tacks of blade fodder destroyed, beside the outbuildings. The los» is about $600. There was no in surance, and thus the savings of a number of years hard work were destroyed in a day. On the same day as above and iu the same neighborhood, the straw stacks, granary, corn house and about 100 barrels of corn, property of Mr. Lee Legg, were totally deetroytd by fire. Last Monday being a pleasant day .Mr. Le gg set fire to a field in order to speedily get rid of the dried weeds aud brush. The wind was high, the fire burned rapidly and got beyond bis control. All his efforts could not keep it from the straw stacks. Wheu these began to burn there was nothing for Mr. Legg to do but remove the stock and such articles as he could from the stable and granary, as they were doomed. 50 bushels of wheat and many other articles were burned. Loss $8U0 and Cl On —1.07 m:—13 -Was • f • 2.16 bu 4.02— 6.40 • t Beside«. 100 barrels of corn, Insurance. Vestrymen Fleeted. Elections were* held in the Episcopal Churches, with the exception of Trinity, this city, yesterday with the following re sult : Church of the Covenant (Reformed) — H. D. Kyle, C. L. Jefferia and W. Y . Calvary—Edmund Mitchell, 8. W.; Charles Ward, J. W.; John Taylor, Secretary; Charles A. Cook, Treasurer; George Lowry, Sr.; Abram Eastwood, Jos. Jaquett, Henry Lawrence and William Tad man. St. John's— F. G. DuPont, Edward G. Bradford, Jr., George W. Brinton, Austin Harrington and J. Cloud Elliott. St. An drew's—Gregg Chandler, E. T. Warner, George H. B.it«*s, Joshua Maris, J. H. Hoffeckcr, Alfred 8. Elliott. Alfred Lee, H. H. Johnson, Willard Thompson. Reformed Church of Redeemer—Isaac W. Hallaiu, Senolr Warden; John Bctelle, Junior Warden; Beujamlu Eliott, Edwin Morley, John W. Todd, Frank P. Mason and Edwin Irwin. Warner. Tt»olr except boxes sals money Pa., of west, 10.00 and and and l.oo Our Room*. Without exception, are the finest furnished in the State. The operating room is re modeled. New aud improved instruments. We have made entire change in our help and now have first-class propose to do is to give you first quality of work equal to any made in the city, at the »ame old prices. We show you proof and guarantee satisfaction. Sutterley & Co., 'J0ÎÎ Market street. Arthur Clare, manager. What we Photograph» Reduced In prices. Fiue retouched cabinets reduced from per dozen to $3 per dozen. Card photographs finely retouched, reduced from §2.50 per dozeu to $1.50 per «iozen. T. G. Holland, photograph», main gallery, 307 Market »treet; branch gallery, No. 4 East Third street, where they make a specialty oi tin-types. The ouly tin-type gallery in the city. 12.30 Officer Klecteil. elected last evening by Minquau Tribe, No. », Imp. O. R. M.: Sachem, George Stout ; Senior Saga more, William II. Wiswell; Junior Saga more, Harrv Edward»; Chief of Record», Willi: Edwin F. Eckel: Trustees, Joseph Dunham; James Clayton, George Stout. The following officer» w F. Harrison; Keeper of Wampum, Publie Sale» To-morrow. Joshua Maris, Esq., will »ell at the Court House, to-morrow afternoon, at 4 o'clock, a number of very desirable properties, located in various parts of the city, comprising dwelling house» and building lot», properties are described by advertisement elsewhere in the Gazette. p. L M»H<iuerade Hall. Prof. A. S. Webster's dancing academy, Masonic Hall, will be occupied to-morrow ulght by a masquerade ball under the direc torship. of Mr. Webster and Frederick Weller. A large number of invitations have been issued. Only those masked will be al lowed In the room. irt Till» Morning. At the meeting of Levy Court this morn i ng Messrs. Ruthwell and EUUon, the com mittee to examine the accounts oi ex-Coro ner Weldin, reported favorably a bill from that official for $$04.58 for expense». An «irder was directed drawn. Levy C< AMUSRMKNTS. "Iolanthe," by Rice'» Surprise Party, will be presented on April 9. The Weber Quartet, with Arbuekle, the celebrate«! eorueti»t, on the 10th. On the 2d, 3d and 4th of April the "Lights O' London" will be given with a stro: g troupe a»d line scenery. Thursday evening the Kills Family, which also ha» an enjoyable entertainment. Saturday night J«>hn T. Raymond will tread the boards and bring out the humor said to be contained "In Paradise." The grand concert of the Smith Family and* the tableaux vivants, under the au spices of the Trinity Guild, this evening, will be one of the finest events of the season, and the Opera House will be crowded with a »elect audience. excellent mutation, promises The event, of the on, decidedly, will be three performances of comic opera by Catha rine Lewis, who has crowded houses wher ever she goes. She will appear on Friday d Saturday evenings, April 1J and 14,and Saturday afternoon. The company consists of 40 artists, including a powerful chorus. atin LOCAL LACONICS. A tight rope performance is announced for ï^ii-t Water street this afternoon. A delightful Faster entertainment was given at A »bury M. E. church last evening. "The Bashful Eight'' will give a sociable in the Darkness building, Tenth and Market street», prize waltz will take place. John G. Crawford, of this city, some time since in Philadelphia on a charge of obtaining goods under false pretences, was acquitted in that city last week, having proved an alibi. Monday evening, April 2, when a sted CITY 1TKMH t/hrl»tiieid Si Host. Suttc»-ley Sl Co.. Photographer, 302 Market st TUJS KA1LKOHÜA. A Local Time Table With the l atest Correction». 1'KAlNaS LEAVE WIIaMINOTON FOB PniLA.— 2.00"— 2.23* — 6.30—6.66- 7.001—7.60 —8.10t— 8.16— 9.00t— 9.39'—9.581—10^0—11.63 a. m;— 12.00t m:—12.16—12.38—1.63-i-2.30t—4.00 ».17*— 6.00} —6.10—6.38*—7.26—7.30*—9.66*pm.— aNtfW loKK — 2.00*—2.23*—6.30—7.60— 9.60— 11.63 a. in— 12.38—1.63—5.17*—6.38*—7.26 p.m. HA.LTlMor.L-l.06*- 1.42*—4.61*— 8.05* —9.17 .—12.26—1.00—1.00—6.00—6.IK>—6.67— 10.00 a. 11.04* p. in. Washington— 1.42*—l.fel*—8.06— 9.17 a. ni; —1.00—1.00— d.67— 11.04« p. in. flALTIMORB AMD IMTCHMBDIATB STATIOMS— 1.96*—9.X7 10.00 a. m;—1.0(4—6.00 p. m. e Trains running both dally ad-1 t> uaday. ^Trains runalDR only on Sunday. I Connect at Oray'a t erry for old depot, Broad &ud Washington avenus. UIUVaU Ea1LXOAU—«.M*—».10 ». 1.0» -4.OOfc-4.Ht p. B. No S«nd»7 • For Mow Oaotlo onlj t For Horrlnirto» ond WlLMlIOTOI It NalITHIU» «Ä1LBOAD— T.» ». at— l.H-411 p. m I)]ILAW»KO Waonut» Kailboap— t.o*— l».»» a. b;— 6.90 p. m. Saod»rtr»ta»l0 Si>». m—«.00 P.B. informed lats stations. in a in the but he TRAINS AKRIV HAT Wri^UnuiTlNTilOSl rnuniniA- ulio—i.oo— i.se—*.»T»— T.« I.»»*—».l*-».oa—lo.iot—11.34—U.J* a. in;—law —1.07 —1.90t —160—1.36—1.66— 6.40-4.69—«.* —6.49—!.96t—7.66—tt.to—10.99—10.66 p. In. Naw ÏOM— l.sti*—44T-— rouf— 0.1, a. m;— 13.60—1.07—4.66—0.43*—10.6S p. m. the and any are BA-LTIWO»»—1.61*—318*—0.84—0.64—11.49 a. I.S6-l.tO—6.11*— «.90»— T.94-9.40* O. B. !ifw»TOW—1.61*—318—11.48a. in:—19.98 m:—13 -Was 1.60-M1*—6.»0*-7.24—9.49* P* ». • Roth dally and Sunday, f ou Sunday only. DBLAWABBBAILROAD—8.6ff—10.16*n.m,—12.06 —6.0&*—6.06 p. m. No Sunday trains. • From New Castle only. Wilmibdtob fc North mm 6.40—11.40 a. m:—8.48 p. m. Dblawar* Wbstxrh Kah.kood—s.00 a. mp 2.16 p. m. Sunday trains XI» a. ~ - ■ ' Ä - TRAINS LEAVE FOB WILMINGTON old the 12.80*-A66*—«.BO—T.9Q»—8.00—8.21—8.8*t-10H —11.80—11.60 a. m;—l.S2f—1.82—A18— 4.02— 4.2k— 6.04— 6.20-6.66— 6.08t - 6.M -8.»* -0.80—10.00—11.82* p. m. ÜBOAD AWD W ASH1WOTOH AVKWTTB— 8.30—8.00 —10.16a. m;—1.30—3.10—4.80—6.16 p. m. Nnw OaSTI.*— 8.33—10.00-11.46 a. m.—4.40 6.40 p. m. • Daily and Sunday, t On Sunday only. re Y . 8. An H. W. and OUR MAILS Oak d Departure. Taking Tt»olr Arrival • KfFect July ist, 188». The Post Office in this city will bs open dally, except Sunday, from 6.30 a. m. to 9 p. m. Private boxes arc aoceasihie until 11 p. m. On Sundays open from 8.30 to 9.3U a. m. Private boxes accessible from 8 to 8 p. m. The whole sals stamp window will close at 6.80 p. no money order effioe wllTaloso at 6.06 p. m. Tha KAILS OLOSa AS FOLLOWS MOOTS. Wilmington A Northern Railroad to Reading Pa., and points on the Baltimore Central south of Chadd's Ford. 7.40 a. m. Philadelphia closed pouch. 8.30 a. a. Philadelphia and waymail, 9.00 a. m. New York, Pennsylvania and points east and west, 9. a. m. Delaware Western Railroad to Landenberg, 10.00 a. m. Philadelphia, New York olty, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, 11.60 r. m. Philadelphia, Now York and all points east and west. 1.30 p. m. Philadelphia, New York and all points east and west, 4.40 p. m. Philadelphia and New York cities elosed pouches, 9.36 p. m. Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all points west and southwest 9.36 p. m. All points north, east, west and southwest, l.oo p. m. All Louisiana Is sent west except New Orleans through malls. re help of the and Co., we Card from G. 307 East oi the which Is sont »outh SOUTH. altlmore and way mall, 7.40 a. m. Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. m. All points on the Peninsula. 8.30 a. m. Supplementary mall for the Peninsula, 9.00 Baltimore, Washington and all points south, 12.30 p. in. Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elkton and Havre de (Jrace, 12.80 i>. m. Points on Baltimore Central, Posit. Northeast and Chadd's Ford,12 30 p. m. Baltimore and Hay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m. Peninsula north of Harrington, including Dolaware City and St. Georges, 5.60 p. in. Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.60 p. in. Baltimore, Washington and all points south 11.00 p. m. between Porc de last O. Saga Saga MAILS ARRIVE ABD RBADT BOB DBLIVBRY, From Wilmington A Northern Railroad, 6.30 p. m. From New York, Philadelphia, Washington and all other point«, 6.80 p. m. From Philadelphia, New York and point! north, east and west. 8.30 a. m. From way mall from Philadelphia, 8.30 a. m. Erom Peninsula and all north of Harrington 9.16 a. m. Court a located lisltlmore and way mai«, 9.60 a. oi. From Baltimore, 12.3C y. m. From Peninsula mail, 12.80 p. m. From Philadelphia, New York and pointe north and east. 1.30 p. m. From Baltimore, Washington and points south, 2.20 p. m. From l>elaware Western Railroad, 2.20 p. m. From Philadelphia, Now York and points north and ea»t, 6.40 p. m. From Baltimore, Washington and points south and southwest. 6.40 p. m. Carriers deliveries os follows : 6.30 a. up., | eral; 10.00 a. in., partial; 1.30 p. in., general; p. m.. partial. Collections from street boxes are made by the carriers at 6.30 and 10.00 a. m.,1.80 aud 4.00 p. m. An additional collection will bo made at 7.30 L m. from all boxes botween Jefferson and mb&rd and Water and Thirteenth streets Inclusive. On Sunday a full collection will be made at 6.09 p. m. Local letters for carriers' delivery should be deposited in the Post Otfioe ten mtnntcs before the hour of delivery. W . Y. SW1GGLTT. Postmaster. r direc have al gen ; 4.00 morn com from An DEATHS. CLOUD.—On the 27th Inst., Sarah, wife of Walter J. Clou.l. The funeral will lake place Friday morning next, at 9 o'clock, from the residence of her htin l.an.l. No. 410 W. Sixth »treet. Head of Christiana Cemetery. will the "Lights stro: g which will humor Family au will and a lilt at UNIßER TA KERN. ■yyiLsoN'o UNDERTAKING ROOMS, 816 KING 8TREET. Connected with Telephone Exchange. Signal No. 168. unless requested. Open all nlglit. Ice not J. A. WIL80N, funeral dirbctov. 2-12-14 JOHNSON & BARNHILL, Furnishing Undertakers, 8. W. COR. TENTH A MARKET, 8T8., WILMINGTON, DHL. will be Catha wher Friday 14,and The a UESIDBNCB8 : L. Il A Kit V JOHNSON. 817 Jefferson at. aep2B-mwf-lv-14 G. T. BARNHILL, ffld and Tatnal su. was evening. sociable Market charge pretences, having 40" EST A it I. IS 11 El) 1806.-« Luther W. Palmer UNDERTAKER. 1 Bodies Preserved with or without ice. when a No. 221 Shipley Street. Tetepho signal. No. 125. f«: 1)5-14-1 y sted 1'EUNONAL J^OTICE. 2D EDITION NOW HEADY. THE POCKET MANUAL. • * A P ecket Cyclopedia, ' ' Writers and Travei ' Head y Reference Book Contains over 20.000 Syunnymous Words; For Sign Words and Phrases, alone worth price ol the whole hook; Church Calendar-GreatAseem b y Room»; Titles used in United States; Abbre viations; Kules for Punctuation; Etiquette for all occasions; Woman's Chances of Marriage from carefully-c»mplle«l sUtlstica; Interest, Dis tance, Area and PopulationTablesdAfo maxims; Parliamentary Charts ; Business Laws. Rules, etc. ; Perpetual Calendar; Domestic and Foreign I'o.t.l H.W.; Stamp Dull™, I.aw" «" ; How IS Head Human Nature- Coet of tbe War; I.eaal Holidays ; Laneuaue of Flowers, etc., etc., ' Tie very essence of a large library,*' Me., morocco; Wanted»* * ty16 ' * 1,00 ' "»««>■ auenti! Market st atest FOB 7.001—7.60 a. 9.60— p.m. F. C. RIFFEL A CO., Publishers, •? A**h Btreet. Phlladsl ohla. 0-tf —9.17 KING STREET. Tea ! Tea ! Spices ! Spices ! Coffee ! Coffee ! Roasted ! Roasted at No. 409 Kino St. 409 a. ni; STATIOMS— depot, I. DILLIN. r*bs-i-t4 WAH AU AK KM M B MO WM. A wine a his wife The a after said: as a was S An Obscured Vision. At Oak Hall we only see We study the retail buyers, them, try to find their wants and what they wish to pay for any given article of clothing. Thus we are controlled in all buying, manufacturing and selling. Thus it is that we are constantly producing pop ular clothing at popular prices. the enta in half to his Witness our Light Overcoat stock. Nearly seventy full lines at prices upward from $7. The gay young man, the plain old man, the economical man, the extravagant man, the big man, the little man; all may find what they want mid at the least possible cost. Wanamakek & Brown, Oak Hall, Sixth and Markst Streets. PHILADELPHIA. fire the H DR UGUAJi Të. FULL LINE it -OF P E A li S' —Celebrated English— SOAPS ! SOAPS ! —Recommended <1 >> ADELINA PATTI, MRS. LILLIE LANGTRY AND MARIK ROZK. -See Market Street Window of Z. JAMES BELT'S —PHARMACY Sixth aud Market Streets, EYE a LAMMEN. ESTABLISHED 171«. SPECTACLES Superior le use tnantihlp combined, have given Spectacles a NATIONAL REPUTA TION. <1 skillful work m. OPERA GLASSES ! TELESCOPES ! W. M. & J. C. M'Allister, m. the m. 7.30 and be 728 CHESTNUT ST. PHILADELPHIA ni23-2m2» Q.ARDEN SEED. GARDEN GARDEN SEED. A Full Line ot Henderson's Tested Garden and Flower Seeds at SEEJJ 4.00 ORIPPEN'8 No. 6, E. Second St., Wil., Del. SEND FOR CATALOGUE. of htin LIGHTNING RODS at PUT UP AND REPAIRED. Alexander & Wells, Gravel. Tin an«l Plastic Roofers. ré-c*at*Mi and iua«le g*>od a» new with proved Plastic Coating. *W- OFFICE- 511 E. FOURTH BT., fob 11-1-14 Old tin roofs la Wilmington, Del. J O. M'CORMICK, S. E. COR. SEVENTH AND .1EFFEUBON STB —Dealer In— GROCERIE8 —AND— PROVISIONS. Best grades of FLOUR, VEGETABLES AND FRUITS —In season— Janl9-l-m,w,r-l4 P H. M'WHOKTEK & CO., Wholesale aud Retail Dealer» ln all KIn«l» AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, SEEDS, FERTILIZERS, ETC., STEAM ENGINES A SEPARATORS. 1 NO. 215 WEST FRONT BTKEET, WIL., DEL. <1«c.28wAdw-tf I \ELAWARE CARPET HOUSE. I* NO. »» MARKET BTKEET. We have Just received a large sleek —or FINK TAPESTRY BRUSSELS, THREE-PLY INGRAINS AND DAMASK y For ol Abbre for Dis Rules, IS I.eaal Tie CARPETINGS —Also a Urge assortment of— OIL CLOTHS, MATTINGS AND WIN DOW SHADES. . IMTOive a call and satisfy yourself that we are giving bargains. ^9 HENRY GREBE. ^ WILMINGTON. D* pRANKLIN TYPE FOUNDRY ! ! St. 168 Vine Street, Cincinnati Ohio. ■v ALLISON A SMITH. REPRIN TED F ROM YESTERDAY A SURPRISE PARTI Celehrattni Mm Birthday of a Brandy wins Handrad Farmer. A correspondent sends the following for publication : On the 60th birthday of Isaac N. Qrubb, living near Grubb's Comer, Upper Brandy wine hundred, his sou and daughter Invited a number of hls friends to meet at the old homestead on Saturday evening, the 34th, his birth day occurring on Sunday, 2ftth. The company assembled were: Isaac N. Lodge, Wm. P. Lodge and wife, Thomas son, Joseph Pierce, wife and daughter, Mrs. Ex-Sheriff Grubb and daughter, Miss Hannah Grubb, Misses Lizzie and Rebie Smith and Rev. W. B. Gregg, wife and son. The gathering was much of a »uprise to Mr. Grubb, who, after much confusion and embarrassment, said: "Nettle, what does all this mean? thought some one was going to be married, as the minister was present." Mr. Grubb is a man of considerable forethought, but he was completely trapped this time, about 7 o'clock all sat down to the table to S artake of the bounteous feast provided by Itss Nettie Grubb and her ffcithftil cook, Bird, wife and At The Ella, who can't easily be beaten in this well traloed in the art b work, having been the lamented Mrs. Julia Grubb. The enta were not whst the company desired,bat were highly appreciated and enjoyed by Mr. Grubb. At the close of the supper Rev. Mr. Gregg arose, with s pslr sf gold spectacles in his hand, one of the presents, sod on be half of the donors anu guests delivered sn address to Mr. Grubb, presenting their best wishes for his future happiness and pros perity,* s long life of usefulness, and if Providence permit to add sixtf more years to his life. Mr. Grubb returned his thanks in s nest little speech. This was one of the most enjoyable sur prises the writer ever had the pleasure of attending. All retired at a seasonable hour, well pleased with their attendancê. Aunt Marla Grubb, ss she is familiarly called, who Is now About 84 yeArs old, ap peared to enjoys the surprise as well as the younger guests. IN on extra 610 A Cheeky Imposter. Complaints have beeu made of a soliciting money in this city "to help bury who had both legs crushed by a steam fire engine in Wilmington, and died from the effects of his Injurie»," and that he had collected several dollars. The fellow is an imposter, inasmuch as no such accident has happened in this city. The chief engineer and <4her firemen an: on the lookout for the rogue, with thc intention of having him prosecuted. H A nnw er This. Can you find a case of Bright's Disease of the Kidneys, Diabetes, Urinary or Liver Complaints that Is curable, that Hop Bitters has not or cannot cure ? Ask your neighbors it they can. ! T648C Vrt'X MAKKKTS. Local notations Corrected Dally In the Street Markst. hay. vsxd, vro .—oorkbotbd daily by w. j MORROW, BO. 417 VRBMtlH STREBT: per bn per 1.00 h 1.10 ewt Hay. Straw. Oats. Hran, doubla bushel.... Cracked corn. Middlings,double bushel Coarse meal,. . ■ M : I W 0 80 Corn on ear.. Shelled corn Ground corn and oats. 66 BTC.,—OORRHOTBI DAILY BT MH8SICK. THIRD BTRXHT MARKST. Print butter, per fi< wholesale.# .30 Print " " " retail.40 Tub Tub Eggs, wholesale, ne Egg», retail, per dosen ... Chickens, alive wholesale Chickens, dresse, d wholesale.. .13 Chickens, alive, retail.... Chickens, dressed, retail Cheese, wholesale, per pound.. .08 Cheese, retail, " ".10 Turkeys, wholesale, dressed Turkeys, retail, dressed.17 BHRB CORRECTKD DAILY BY WILLIAM CLAVBY, BBCOBD STREET MARKKT. Sirloin steaks per pound.20 Q .24 Rumpsteak» per pound.20 Round steaks per pound.. Rib roast per pound. Chuck roast per pound. Stewing pieces. Bolling bits per pound. Shins,. Kidney fat,per pound. Lamb chops, per pound. Lamb roasts, per pound. Mutton chops, per pound. Mutton roasts, por pound. Veal cutlet», per pound. Veal roasts, per pound. PORK BTC., CORRECTED DAILY BY R . O. DILL • .36 1 " wholesale. .20 * u retail, r dosen JO JO .40 .19 JO J1 .12 i:; .10 .14 .16 .18 .10 .90 .is ! .16 O .18 JO .14 .18 16 .8 JS .60 .08 .91 . 1 « JO .16 . .12 .16 JB M .16 .18 STALL 9, 8ROOBD STREBT HARKET. wholesale retail . 14 Smoked hams. Shoulder». Dried l>eef. Salt flitch. Loins and saunage .. Fresh shoulders. Pork steak andBausago Hams. Flitch. Fresh hams and ilitoh. Smoked bacon. Sc rappel.. Pigs feet. Bologna sausage. Liver pudding. Lard. Y1HH, OOBEBUTBD DAILY BY POWBLL, THIRD 16 n II •à 14 u 16 Del. ISM 16 lb 16 : ! • 14 16 I H L6 IN . 12M 16 t Vi U 16 .16 Pike. Rock Ash, per pound.... White Perch, per pound Trout, per pound. Halibut, per pound...... Catfish, per pound. Black fish. Blue bass... Terrapin per doaen.$6.00 Q 6.00 Haddock. Market cod. Pickerel. Smelt».. Yellow porch...•• .is . . .12 Ik U .16 roofs JO la . .12 12 Del. II WX! I STB .... Mo V BO STABLES. Potatoes, per hall-peck. Sweot potatoes, per half peok.. Cabbage, per head. Turnip», per half peok. Celery, per bunch. .18 .8 .6 Trunks and Traveling Bags ! J. A. CONNER, Reliable Harness and Trunk Manufacturer, has removed to his store, NO. 4 EA8T FOURTH STREET, whore you will find the largest assortment o Harness, Trunks, Bags, etc., In the city. Ladies and gentlemen's pocket books and ladles shopping bags sold at reasonable prices. Prompt attention paid to repairing trunks and traveling bags. tan!9-l-ltw-14 DEL. j^DAMS AND BROTHER, No. 504 Market Street, —CHEAP— Cash Variety Store. TOYS, DOLLS & MASKS, EASTER CARDS AND CUT PICTURES. WIN DKY GOODS, HOSlEBY. N LADIES' A GENTS' UNDKUWEAK, we are BOOTS, SHOES & RUBBERS OROOKEBY. TIN. BAG. MMP, IN ÔRAÏN * ND 8TAIK fo^KPET, aTA1 Ä,N». TABLE, STAIR ABD FLOOR OIL CLOTHS. ^ Vases^foiïSfeS' ^rfot/ l "Vabl«\"8 8 p«>Ae^Cutl .aanae âaaH B8«pn 3 EST line of BABY CABEIAGE8 In the Stole. -*ou Aoxina MOB HARPER'S BAZAR PATTERNS. It will pay you to call and examine our variety ! goods and prioes bifore purchasing. U and ■v of 6* 16-12-46-d*W WJLLL rAPMM. BALL & CO., No. 610 Market Street. (SMITH BUILDING.) A .♦.'ll h v A I IV Thou Rll RIA, AND use; \ I Recognized Authority on Dec orative Paper Hanging." The Largest, Best and Cheapest^Assortment of WALL PAPERS if of For the bslf The D1PH1 lowing the drv the absorb and will □o gative more -AND WINDOW SHADES IN THE CITY, AND THE MOST SKILLED WORKMEN. I Paper a$ low aa ij* «e«ta per piece in grea variety. Wlinlow »hatotaalewa«80cent». Y«»u should certainly see our aasort in cat before pur chasing elsewhere. Jte order that those moving on March 26th be nqt delayed with their work extra force of men hag bean engage«!: but y should give us your orfler asbooii as possible. » ; BALL & GO., the 610 MARKET ST., (SMITH BUILDING.) —-;- -- - - - _ an has for COAL. COAL TRANSPORTATION. BUàH^S PHILADELPHIA ND P STEAM FREKiHT LINE. WILMINGTON A Is BalU dally from Pier 2. boi Wharves, Phila. aiul Foot of Krçhch Street, Wilmington. * FREU* HT HANDLED CAREFULLY AND DELIVERED PROMPTLY. of hurt COAL! COAL Is ANTHRACITE ! pay BITUMINOUS ! the f CANNEL j 1.10 »9* Particular attention given to retail orders. ewt G.W. BUSH & SONS, for If mlO-lyffl AM NOW PREPARED TO DELIVE1 I ALL SIZES OF COAL I .24 DILL BUFKHIOU QUALITY FOR FAMILY USE JO —AT iB .40 ! .19 AT THE LOWEST MARKET RATES i:; .10 All coal well screened : put In cellars. .14 .18 .10 B. F TOWNSEND .90 7 .is OFFICE A YARD, FOOT OF FOURTH BT. AWTelephonic communication with all parts of tbe cltv. snglf .18 QPIUM .18 MORPHINE HABI r i .60 .91 UURKD IN 10TO 20 DAYS. JO .16 M THOUSANDS of references from person» cured. No pay till cured. .18 retail THIRD 16 DR. J. STEPHENS II •à 14 16 Lebanon, Ohio. Cincin nati. ISM 16 16 : 1! VI 1- 0* 14 16 H Q.EORGE 8TECK & CO.'8 IN 16 Vi 16 PATIENT TONE-aUdTAINKK UPRIGHT PIANOS 6.00 . Ik .16 Just received, a fine assortment bra ted and unrivaled Plano«. We take pleasure in showing our Superb Btock to all Interested. ALBERT KREL: WX! I BOLE AG ENT, S. W. Cor. 4th & Elm Sts., CINCINNATI« O. 1883. ! HARPER'S MAGAZINE ILLUSTRATED. Harper's Magazine begin» it» »Lxth-slxth umu with the December number. It 1» not onl the most popular Illustrated periodical In America and Englana, but also the largest In its scheme, the most beautiful In Its appearance, and the best magazine for the nom«, A new novel entitled x For the Major," by Constance Fennlmore Woolaon, the author oi "Anne," was begun in the November number, In literary and artistic excellence tee Magazine Improves with each suc cessive nurnoer. Bpeclal efforts have been made for the Ughmr entertainment of its readers through humorous stories, sketches, etc. has o Ladies shopping attention PER YEAR. HARPER'S MAGAZINE - - HARPER'S WEEKLY - - HARPER'S BAZAR - - - Tbe THREE abote publication« Any Two above named HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE HARPER'S MAGAZINE HARPER'S YOUNG PEOPLE HARPER'S FRANKLIN SQUARE LIBRARY, (53 numbers), Poe tage free to all aubecrlbere In the Uni ted State, or Canada. H.00 - 4.00 4.00 10.00 7.00 1.50 6.00 10.00 The volumes of the Magazine begin with numbers for June and December of each year. When no time is specified, it will be understood that the subscriber wishes to begin with the cur rent number. Tlie last Eight Volumes of Harper's Magazine. in neat clothTalndlng, will be sent by mall posfo r* 00 ? er K volu *"e. Cloti cases H r „ b d« ln & 9ss£.rteiaay - saatBi-. ÂSriv'Â'oîî ^BUBmftfonces should be made by Post Office variety and ^. ew, P*P erB are to copv uus aavertisemen without tbe express order of Harper 4k Brothers Address : Harper & Brothers, NEW YORK. MBttlVAL. made John •eemo of Don't fail to try the Great Remedy, the CELEBRATED A H. H. H. MEDICINE . A Friend to the Afflicted! by 11 lt*t them. boy, to träte thl. — than f or n equal. AM A FAMILY REMEDY U os* Thou »an d# beat testimony to tie great worth for t, lie following disease«: Rll KIT MAT ISM, N K17RAI/GI A. DIPHTHE RIA, PARALYSIS, PAINS IN THE HEAD AND HA('K. FROSTED FEET, STIFF JOINT* LAMENESS, FLEUBIHY. and for all external use; and * I that to The FOR INTERNAL USE In For Cholera, (Tholara Morbi the Stomach or Bowels. Do . _ bslf s teaspoonrul In water. Never reduce for STS ft u. e. T v«7-rim« 7 houXta-^Lr" Infallible core for The to the fol D1PH1 lowing Saturate a muslin or linen cloth and bind the throat for about thirty minutes, and ]_ drv cloth ever It to prevent the evaporation from passing off, and when thoroughly blistered,open the bluter with a needle, and take a clotn and absorb the water that pastes off. then take a cloth and spread thick with pure hog's lard, and bind the blister and change every hour, which will absorb all the disease through the pores, and □o Internal medicine will be needed except a pur gative medicine. Children should not he blistered more than ten minutes. This has never been known to fall when need as directed. It on put a I FOR HORSES. all a No horseman should be without a bottle in hls stable In case or accident, as It Is a sure cure for the following diseases ef the horse: Use for Sprained Joints, Sore Shoulders and Backs, Thrush in Feet, Bereiches, Sweeney, Fistula, Poll Evil, Distemper, Curb, Splint, BLOOD OR BONE SPAVIN, - Ringbone, ami will remove all bwelllngs and Callous Lumps left from kicks or other bruises, without Injuring the growth of the hair, proved a sure cure. For Has : I on to two izootic an«i in*temper, use rro tablespoon fols in a bucket of cold water, ror their drink when watering, and bathe the throat until It blisters, then put a cloth around the throat to keep It warm. The above Invaluable medicine has gained for Itself a fame to be envle«l by hundreds of manu facturers of Crude Oil Liniments that fall to per recommended to do, and they re »}■ false recommendations to palm the public. The H. H. H. Medicine Is prepare«! from the very best essential oils and other very costly arttclei aiul * form cures ss hurt to man them off very costly articles, of which one pound costs as much as ten pounds of any crude oil that Is put In ordinary liniments, and the proprietor cannot possibly advertfse to the extent that jf flu I menu do, as all the profit wculd not that those who hsve any difference between a flrst-cla*» pay the expense; knowledge of tbe dlclne and an inferior article, will not suffer to be humbugged. f themselves CERTIFICATES; A. A. Walton,of Huntingdon Veliev, Montgom ery county, Pa., writes that he had a lame bark for a great many years; had suffered a great deal, and never found anything to help him until he tried she 11. H. H. Medicine, which made a per Sannul Carmen, Bengalen, township. Bucks «'ounty, l'a., says It has been worth a thousand «lollars to him In curing his Rheuseatlsm. For sale by druggists and dealers everywhere. If y sur dealer does not happen to have Itln stock hare him get It for you. Don't be put off with inferior article. USE D. Dodge Tomlinson, PROPRIETOR and MANUFACTURER, ! Philadelphia, Pa. 7 parts «ApHwinetlilug i the werttaof H. n «very month iu regard I . 11. 4t«M.'U-itawAw#<n U) pBOFLE WHO READ 1 Yourten tlon Is Invited to the r i Greatest Newspaper lu the West. The rival of anv In America. -TH1 Cincinnati Enquirer. V) u In its columns, the news of the world is given every day In the year, and correspondent* located In every section of this country and Europe, are the most reliable news gatherers to be had, and the history of each day's events will be faith fully recorded and presented to the public through the JBfiquirer, free from distortion or prejudice. The province of a newspaper is to record facts,to separate truth from falsehood. How well the Enquirer has succeeded in this duty,we feel a pardonable pride in referring to its files and past record for evidence o Its ability and thoroughness in presenting all matters treated upon In their true light. The people of this age require a paper fully abreast of the times, coequal In enterprise, end material advancement In all mercantile and political interests, such will the Enquirer continue to be. Candor and falr ne»» will be accorded to all questions aDd parties,but the facts will never be perverted. The immediate future has instore matters ot grave Interest to all, and the general welfare will largely depend upon the Influences of those who are fully conversant with the facts occuring and to occur. The policy of the government but partially developed by the New Administration, was fast winning the confidence of the people, when the hand of the assassin placed control of affairs in charge of a faction whose leaders have not at all times received favorable criti cisms for their public acts. What the future policy is to be, will be foreshadowed during the first year of President Arthur's adminis tration, and presented to the public without fear or favor, in the columns of the Enquirer. Its two thous pleasure onl America scheme, best entitled in artistic suc made readers The Weekly E<Iition of the Enquirer ought be in the hands oi every farmer, every mechanic and every toiler in the land. As an agricultural paper full ot fresh, valuable and reliable informa tion, it will be without a rival ! A corps of contributors has been retained whose practical and theoretical knowledge In all branches of good farming Is unsurpassed." We thank our readers for that liberal support that has enabled us to print the best newspaper in the West, and ask a con tinuance of the same and your assistance making known the merits of the paper, and Increasing its field of usefulness. TKUMb OF BUBBCR1PTION TO THE Weekly Enquirer. One Copy, one year One Copy, six months Uni H.00 4.00 4.00 10.00 In 7.00 1.50 6.00 u 10.00 - fl.lft 66 year. cur »UBÖCBIPTION RATES FOR THE posfo cases Office Daily Enquirer. >1 - . ffSt - - 12.00 - s Sunday and Dally Dally except Bunday Any three days - Any two days Any one day - Sunday issue - u> - - 4.00 - -. *3 F ARAN & MoLZAN, Publishers, CINCINNATI O. 5|fWNT|O^OMY E1 T tR0 ; y ATTEMPTED OBTKAOK. • Faloniou, Amaqu • Ltttls Qirl. (tXotroTtllv, Ml., on Ww . On Sunday wmk » relontou« made upon an eltrht-year.nlcl John fJrel, reddtny m u' 0 Samuel O. McOollUlcr, mar A,"' i° f ,)*'■ a wnlto man named Julm w,! b Hai , •eemo that the little girl, not vet Ä' " of Mge, and W "ntZr " woods to A Mi Upon . by 11 yean, wont into lt*t ptuu wax. children going to the wood»" .„.i"?,, lk * them. During . !*« boy, who went «orne JuUoce In tu f ** to cut . .Uck Walton ittomp!^ ** träte a flendlah awault unok the thl. being, so it I, Uld hi. .1 e . gl ' 1 ' tempt. The child bcca'm, * — ÄÄärü than desisted, but persusiled the ch d* 11 * «"* Äft f fc h her *îj. "O" 1 " Ä SÄÄ?rfs ontra«e until tha next day (Monds,) »vT they narrated the elrcumttsucw to £ parenu. Mr. Neal at once sought out Cm stable Adklnson, and placing s writ in m, hands, had Walton arfested snd t^ ^ fore Enquire Gould for trial. In tbe .bow or Important wltnesset, Walton » committed to jail until Wedneah? when be was again taken to Church Hi n ?î r K.* thc tMe Enquire Gould held him In $500 ball to answer si court ]• default of ball, the prisoner wsl commltnt *?}*}}■, The child fortunately wu not tn terlally Injured. Much Indignation l> felt u the community at the outrageoue attemotj the prisoner. v UM that to The In for for fol and and pur as on a »Ten year, ago the name lit Lydia E pi.i ham waa aoaroely known outride of h«r uaun Staat«. To4ay It la a household .«! all o,er the Continent and many »ho read it! aecular and rellgloua journals have becra familiar with thelhee thatahine«on them m a modest confidence. In which wo read t. truth that "Nqthln* III oan dwell in auch al temple. I hls for and Iß AH HUTU. pROF. A. 8. WEzJSTER'8 and Has two ror throat the for manu per re palm and SELECT Dancing Academy, MASONIC TEMPLE, pound that that not any (Fourth Floor,j Wilmington, Del. suffer 0F"Now open for the reception of pop for the 8econd Quarter. GENTLEMEN 'H CLABB-Monüsy day evenings, from 8 to 10 o'clock. bark deal, he per Bucks stock with LADIES AND CHILDREN'« CLAW-TK days from 6 te 4 p. m.. Saturdays from Li 4.30 p. m. The latest dances euarter are La Russe waltx, Kinplt Lancers and Universal quadrille. CHOICE OF DAYS. taught ilurtu* m* wslu, (toll Schools, seminaries or privet« duw li 1 elty qr out of town should confer with me utc as practicable for choice of day«. Fur terms, circular, etc* apply « W. F. UOBKLKN'«. N«>. 710 Market street, by mall to A.». WEkSlKK. Masonic Temple, WUuiloKUm, W auv:il-(J-R I U) L ANE & BODLBY CO.. GOLD MEDAL IT ▲ WARDBB ATLANTA COTTON EXPOSITION, —OB THEIR— Steam Engine & Saw Mil V) KXHIB1TH.D AT ATLANTA IN Manufacturers of Bteem Knylnes, Holler», Mills, Gang ledgers, Lath Machlu«-«. Hab Spoke Machinery, Shaft lug, lUuK'-rs, - Coupling», Gearing, Grist and Flour MtIU. Hpe«-lal attention given to Plsnutlon Mi ery. Catalogue free. is section most the faith public record How this o light. fully the falr aDd matters general the The partially was people, control leaders criti future during without lVi thous L Lane & Bodley John and Water Sts., Cl VIM NW ATI. O BKDLE GAS LAMP —**9— 50 Candle-Power, ujet\ sxoeedt n g in« light of 3 or<C nary g headlight oil. Price fi. C. O. n f. pa rati ve View" of annual c«»st of 2W t-• terlor liglitlug, by 6 "Needle Gas L4 ®P*a 20 coal ga* leG p 19. 1 Electric MI,B Bee prospeetu» QlGRAN 1» ALBA 1-1^ Capluilatassociates treate«l will», y 1 "« i of 400 C. P. to order. Tab»» Lump« W. B. ROBINS, Patentee and Manufacture! 162 Main Street, (2nd M and on Change Daily, CINCINNATI oi every paper informa of whose all liberal best con and RHEUMATISM AND GOVT CU Wheu wo can establish by a chain oi^ which every Inquiry but makes g j tr0 P® e R '| )<( have the only real, or radical remedy J., ^ Disorders, and we put tliat evidence wiu » . Of every sufferer vriihout money and *™'T' l| claim that no one but the feol will tun»'® ^ ear, or close hls eye« to tbe glad ta hi* blighted life. In Justice *° UB ' Looo! dependent fhmllles, and to the con«8™® # 'j 0 life's ambition before you were «ne»' disease, we ask you to go with u * for £'f n,«! to the home» of some who have drana fj( of life and are now Tull of the ml tell to the world their glud experience \ you BO false statement, and make bo M , , wrnnot, by proper Inquiry (by ,eU f r B j | 0 I friends) be probed te the bottom an- foUB if truth. In «IW« •' D »l»« 4««l bund red* mn 4 ssr pr«»ent ijg* %o Mr. uardlok, 118 PlySMSl* with Chronio Ebeum*tl*m n Mr. IuUbii, »4 KMrl Si., fcrfltelyn- 8 *' fl.lft 66 Goat. aa.wa.nr, MI Mil. Obroolo Hheumatio OoutS***ri. _irf,tlc »*** . Mr. BMlular, M4 Oosit At.. ^ • yean—had expanded over *1000 In „.Br«*!.'»-* 0 *" it., lam and * er 7 me era. • r. Mavis a «4 441 Thirds itriud. W, Wabridf. y and Ohroala khasma' Nr. D ïïï. P fïitlBjtaB, lMSAlhSi., ■rsaMrjrJJ'' inaUnaforTwr k "had ■*îr^',î. k vrr:Âi , ;îr^-'' ffSt 12.00 s Dr u> 4.00 *3 « I «•EBV-,*. nrt-"-* a*. cas— jusmUa Mr city O.