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WILMINGTON, DEL, MJ>>IDA.Y, APRIL 2, 1883.
PRICE ON E CENT.
x
PHI DOM Alt» OK «A**.
*
PIANOS AND ORGANS
At FACTORY PRICES.
a At • N F.K. This I» s positiv« fact, no mere
Eroiiiiic. 1 will sell you any
PIANO or ORGAN
p .,iv make, fully warranted, for 80 PEE
f ( ENT. 6H1AFBR than «daewhwr«.
and Organs Promptly
Tuned and Repaired.
'ianos
to BEST INSTRUCTION given la all musical
Instruments.
7 . WAGNER,
726 Market Street.
W1I.M1NGTON. DEL.
JanJS
.4 hvbfmkntb.
IRANI) OPERA HOUSE,
MASONIC TEMPLE.
I
uesday, Eve'g* April 10, *83.
THE
Arlmckle A Colby
GRAND CONCERT COMPANY.
Mk. M. Ahbuckle,
•net Virtu
• d Ninth Regiment b
a ml le««ler of th«' »iele
d.
|HS l.l/.ZIK ARBUCKLK,
Prima Donna Boprano
G Rt>. W. COLBY,
Accompanist.
K«*serv«d «eats, 25 cents
Inn! st C. F. Thomas A Co.'s,
m31 sp357910 a I -M
jfKBEII Oil ART KITE.
' or Boston.
A din Wd on so re
IM
xtra. to
(I"r April ti.
IRANI) OPERA H HJSK,
MAHON 1C TEMPLE.
Monday,Tuesday and Wednes
day. April 2, 3 and 4.
COLLIER'S
MTS O' LONDON
Company.
be produced ln thl» city with Original
. KÖV.'ts und »II Appolut meut» sa In the
mi
irr c
AdiotMlou, :Vi and 50 rents. Reserved seat», 75
»•on. to lit I.u.I at r. F. Tlmuiaa A Go.'».
I luSMt-SU
a BUT WANT sen.
A : AD ABOUT IS TEAR8
villi » fair education. as an *p
prliitlng busine»». Applicant»
IihiuI writing to the
JAMEH A WEBB.
Printing »ml Stationery t'ompsnv,
224 Market street,.
IT ANTED.
M UP AGE
lid I» |)pl\ III tl)C
IV'NTKD.-A I.AD ABOUT 1« TEARS
.'.'„.OF A«R I. wanted liy the. JAMEH t
JK III, Printing un»l Mtatlonvry Oompauy, 2*4
ink. I -in t i, ns hu Mppreiiilcv to the trade o I' a
««k binder. ui-8t
Van ; ed.-soiier
1 MH N TO Mill HII.U,a.ml Albums
>"ion. Appl) by letter with reference
AND HONEST
JOHN (!. BRYANT.
This Office.
i-tr
Wanted.— a protestant whit.*
m <;IRL FUR general hmmework ; refereiu e
équin»), (iood wage! paid to a good girl.
Mwfid ® A ZKTTK OFFICE.
T . LOAN.
J0NEY
To loan in diff«>reut amounts and for long
rm *' ui288t
HEAL1> A CO.
FOR HALF.
i'OK SAI.F. OR RENT. — 8T(TrR ANO
UWKI.UKU 8. K.
. Third aud 'Madison
JAMKS MONAGHAN,
bacoud and .IsfiTersou.
pOR SAI.K.
IWI Acres of Standing Timber.
L i.'' ll ' 1 > VK1.I.UW CINF.nd HAPI.K.
CSJ.® I', 1 ": 'Si 1 * Of railroad aud three miles of
L .i' . ll ^ ent other large and fine tracts
la. m.rî growth or which is likewise on
for particulars as to location, prlee,
-tept2Z-'l.wft«-ti GAEK'IT'E OFFICE.
V. A. SFENOFR.
aCENOER'S
PUBLIC SALK
-TO BE
0ON T IN U ED !
Having for a short time
mt 'd tl» 1 * store, lately known
P tlle New 1'ork Bakery,
r°' 724 MARK ET STREET
Jf balance of our stock of
I «tapie and Fancy Dry Goods
pmaining will be removed to
I e above number and the sale
| c outinui d
() K TüKSDAY, AT 2 P.
and ev
er y following afternoon
«veiling, also
W E1>SRRI)AY and SATURDAY MORN
•N(,S AT 9 O'CLOCK,
tf' 1 * entire stock is sold.
a !'\ °* our best and most de
mb le goods still
and
remain and
must discriminating buyers
in ln U< * 1 ^ great bargains
D , kl,l,ls °f Staple and Fancy
, el( J0( «l8,Notions,Trimmings,
A. SPENCER,
I WO Market Street.
tin*
IjIVMNKK AFPhTelWUHfK.
VroYlCR. — TO THE HONORABLE
V JUDGES OK the (iwjrt of Uenunl Boulon»
or th« Peace and Jail Delivery of the Btate of
D*>l .ware, in and for New Castle ■ ounty. We,
the undendgncd respectable citlseiu of the Flret
ward In the city of Wilmington, do hereby certify
that I'hlllpO. Plunkett, whole the owner of the
etore and
T» 5»
F * cuites» situated at No. 207 West Front
at* First ward, city, county and State
said sud described In their application, ud
llcaut for a llcen««* on MONDAY.
, 180, being the next term of said
sale of intoxicating liquors In
thsn onv-hulf gull >u therein,
on the prem}»"*. be being a
goods, wares lad merchandise,
value of whose stock respect-
hand for sale Ip not less
----* be is aman of full age.
sobriety and good 4 moral character; that such
•ale of intoxicating liquors, at the. »aid place Is
necessary to accommodate the public; th t he U
the owner of said house, snd the true rental
value Is live hundred dollars.
Hen y Bradley, Thomas Mulrooney,
Manuel Rtcbenberger, Joseph McCain,
Joseph Nledermalr, Ml haul Ktlev,
A. T. Manthuy. Charles E. Besag.
Julius Gunther, ». f. Moody,
Daniel McCusker. James W. King,
Caleb Miller. FredWe»!,
Philip Daugbert', John .waener,
K.. J. Me Manus, Lemuel Peekey,
Andy Cowan,
Jamas Megary,
Jahn Dntin,
PHILIP G. PLUNKETT.
wli • Is an an"l
May 7th A. D.
court, for the
quantities noti
not to be drunk on
licensed retailer of
e
US
oh
re hun
1er»
of
John Mulrooney,
A. Haulier,
William H. Brady,
4-2-St
NOTICE.- I. BKiftGJLT»» SWEENEY,
i.v OWNER *fthe withln-meiitio ed premises
pllaiioe with an Act of A»»einblv In »ueb
case made and provided, do hereby give notice
that 1 shall apply In writing to the honorable, the
Judges of tho Court of Geueral rk sslons. or the
Peace and Jail Delivery of the. State of Delaware,
In and lor Now Castle county, on Monday, the
7th day of May next. A. D., 1888. being tlie first
day or »aid court, for a license to keep au lun or
tavern, at the Northeast corner of CbrDtlana and
Madison streets, In the Third ward, of toe city
of Wilmington, Del., and to sell Intoxlcat
g liquors to loss quantities thsn one ouart,
t*e drunk on the premises, and the following
respectable citizens, readouts of said ward,
recommend the said application, to wit :
Thomas Mauine,
William (I. Schwarz,
Michael Fagan,
Martin McGrath.
In
In
Joseph Hu lies,
John IIrtHoran.
John W. Gibb ins,
John Hay—
Edward
x/hiMti
Thomas Btieardln,
Patrick Carney,
Peter J. Ford,
Gotllelb Kraulten.
George II. Kiesel,
Deunls Bradley,
Janie« Moiotghnn,
•Limes Grant.
Jacob W. Hill,
avery,
John Moloney.
BRIDGET bWRENKY.
H. W1UII,
Joseph M. Connor.
Jam«.'». KHtian,
Daniel Borle.
»-1-RI
John c.
VTOTIOE - I, 31 ME N LORD,
J. X ow N ER OF the within ine.nlIon- «1 preniUe»
in coinpllwnce with an Act of Assembly In
case uisde and provided, do'hereby jrlv
thaï I »hall apply In writing to the lionorabli. the
Judge» of the Court of General Ht »»Ion» o| the
Peace and Jutl Delivery of the Htate or Delaware,
<1 for New- Castle county, on Monday, the
I day or May next, A. D« IS«*, being the first
day of raid court, for a license to keep a Hotel,
tube kuown aa the »1er House, belo# Port Peuu,
New Castle county, Ht. George's hundred,
Hehool District No. 6X, and to sell Intoxicating
In less quantities than one quart,
drunk on the premises, and the following respec
table citizens. residents of said district, recom
mend th« said application, to wit :
WHI Lun i>. Lockernian, John M. Evan-,
A. Bund 1er, ' William Castlelow,
William If. Miller, E. h. Zachou»s
K on M. Eaton, Washington Tin
■idler, S. H. Yearsley,
George W. Johnson, Zenas I'. Longtand,
Krault Johnsou, Conard Zacheiis.
ni.il :u HIMEUN LORD.
. .li .
MEG F.ARY,
•ntloiM'd premise*
In complUuce with an Act of AMiwmhly In »nch
os*«* ina'li' and provided, «lo hereby give notice
that 1 »hall apply In writing to the hpnorahl«*, the
Judge» of tin: Court of G«u«ru) Hre»l<>u» of the
Peace and Jail Delivery of the Btate of Delaw
Iu and for New Caatlc county, ou Moi
7th «lav *»f May next, A. D,, iSM,
day <»f ,aid court, for a lice
laver u at the Northeast e<
v»M<| street*. In the Second ward of tin* city of
\\ lliiili*at«»n, Del,, and to »«II Intoxicating
liquors in le»» quaiitltl***, then on« 111
drunk on the preml'«»*.*. and tin* foil
»l>ectabic ritlz us, residents of said w ard,
mcml the aal»l application to wit \
Nathaniel Melchior,
Henry Feldmeler,
George It, Mctzncr.
r»n«r.
Jesse Turner,
Ferdinand Vogcj,
Joseph Lauiulaky,
Thomas M. Devltt,
John McBride,
Hcuty Hinder,
Janie» A. Quinn,
manat
XTOTI« E.—1. PATRICK
11 O «'NEKOF tl»e wltlilu mi
«lay, the
{ being the first
■ to keep
nront ami Butt«»
wing
. Uuiun,
Geo. W. Quin li,
Peter W.T'litrk,
Win. II.
Patrick Biggins
Henry Dugan,
Daniel ('«fiahau,
John roeaef.
John Fuhrman,
John Taggcrl,
Geo. W. Or'
Lewi» C. C
Timothy * cUlniey.
PATRICK M KGF.ARY.
mlng»,
CO'TINGHAM,
'mentioned premise»
f pllauce with nu Act of Axxcmhl)' In such
»de sn»l provided, do hereby give notlee
«hall apply In writing to the nonorabh*. the
Judge» of the Court of General Sessions of the
Pea«*« aud Jail Delivery of the UUlc of Delaware,
hi and for New Castle county, on Monday, tin*
7th »lav Of May next, A. II., IMS, being the first
day of said court, for a license to keep
tavern at No, 41* Walnut street, it Iwlng the
Southeast cor. of Fifth aj)d Walnut street*,
in the Fourth ward of the city of Wilmington,
IK'I., and to sell intoxicating llqiu
tltlPH Ilian one quart to be drunk o
and th« following respectable citizen».
»»f »itid ward, recommend the »aid appll
wit :
Thou. B. Eaton, Francis
Daniel Kegan, Gottlelh
Tim . W. Zebley, John Lang,
Hugh Hagan, Julius Krauspe,
W. H. Waltshurv, Wm. II. Lowilen,
W. Salisbury, Jr. John Calh* ,
Janies SallHOury, Chas, O'Nlei,
Joseph A. Caufk, BernardI Bonner,
Abraham Ulttenhouse, Janie» F. McGonlgal,
Jos. W, Hart, Nell Gornilay,
Wm. Sullivan, p. A. McCufiln,
»Kelly. J. G. Fehrenbach,
Fran»ds vicMonagle,
'us Simmons.
OOTTINGHAM.
N otice.— i. susav
OWNER OF the within
lu e
in lc»»<iunn
Lbe pr«*ni lavs,
resident»
ication, to
X .lac»|uot.
Mam utele,
John Bufi
Michael H
m31-8t
»le.
8UI
VTOT1CE.—I, MARY GAM, OWNER
lx OF THE within mentioned premises in
compliance with an Act of A»««mbly, lu such
made and provided, do hereby give nolle«;
that I snail apply In writing to the hou -rabl«*, th»
Judge» of the Court of General Herndon», of he
Peace and Jail Delivery of the »täte«»/ Delaware,
In and for New C'a»tle county, on Monday, th«*
7th day of May next, A. D.. 1881, being t» e first
or said court, for a license to keen
tavern, knuwn as the Union Hotel, In the village
of fit, /jfMjrges, School District, No.53, Red I.lon
li und red, *«•» Castle county, Del., ami t«» sell
Intoxicating Ryu or» Ip less quantities tliun
iinart to be «Trunk ou th** premises, and the
following respectable citizen», residents or said
»IlMtriqt, recommend the »aid application, to
day
wit :
A. N. Button,
Ellas T. Oth
Samuel \ Vail,
G, If, Clark,
M. J. Gray,
J. F. M» Gsrlty,
llarveÿ Davidson,
Thomas Blr»l.
,l..hn Robson,
Andrew ltuctter,
Janie*« A»pr!l,
Frank Blioulc,
IrvingS. Vallandlgham.
fe. W, Jester,
MAfiy «am.
N otice.— i, thomas lawless, the
OWNER of the house known »» Mt. I'leas
Hutel, situated In the village of CtmiicstOD
lu ttehoal districts No«. 28 and 75 In ClirlatUna
hundred/ cyuqty of New Castle and State «»f Dela
ware, in compila« « with the requli wenta of the
acts of the General A»»«uifo|v in sink ease mad«
and provided, do hereby gfyp q«»t »tm that sh»ll
annlv In wrlilng to the Couft QfWiier*l Session»
o? ^he'Peace and Jail Delivery W the Bute f
ar . In and Tor Now Castle County, on
y, the7th «lay of May next, A. D.. 1883,
the next term of aid court, for a license
for »aid house as an Inn or tavern lor the sale
therein of Intoxl. atlng liquors In less quantities
than onequart to he «Irunk on the prein se», an«l
the following respeeUble citizen», of »aid S«'h«>ol
district recommend the sal»l application,
Peter Collin»,
Edward Maxwell,
J aine» McGrlllls.
J. Hanly.
Thomaa Toy,
Tluioth t MeCartfi«;y
Monda
Indus
h
Deunl» Doherty,
Janie» Tompson,
John H. Lynch,
J Hiue« Toner,
, cHarles^vev,
Tue
Ms
Timothy >4 McCartney,
mark
,,Ä — "ffitau»
LAWLK8I. Prop.
VTOT1CK.- I, ROBERT COTTINOHAM
.LN OWNER OF the within mentioned premises,
In compliance with nu Act or Assembly In such
ox*e until«* and provided, do hereby uive notice
that i »hall apply in writlug to the honorable,
the Judges of the Court ol General BeMsionnof the
Peace and Jail Delivery of the Btate <>f Delaware,
in and for New Ca»tie county, on Monday, the
day of May next, A. J),, 188». belli* the first
of said court, fora license to keep an Inn or
tavern at No. 800 Maryiaud avenu«» ft
the Southeast corner ol Maryland avenue and
Liberty street», In the Eleventh war«l of the city
Wilmington, Del., and to »ell Intoxicating
liquors Iu less quantities than one «iiiart to be
druiit on the premlt*«» snd the following respec
table citizen» rcbldenU of *»|d ward, recoin men
the »aid application, to wit :
«lav
Ol
William Clark, Henry C. Durhi
William H. Robin »on, Joseph Dardeu.
E«lward Maguire, John Haley.
J oil n bweeney,
George W. Tweedy,
John Young,
William F. Forsythe,
p. Y. Mathews,
John Barden,
Penne.1 Peters,
XA.
John H. Taylor,
Chari« » Meredith,
mil *8i
MeEvetey,
John Price,
Daniel Hanley,
Daniel Maguire,
Johu FrleL
John M. CrToole.
Thonm» Barden.
Bernard Nugent,
Field;
II. nrv
Join» B
KOBKKT CUTTINGIIAM.
M VTttlMH.
J^OTICE.
8AMUKL A. M /W'ALl.lHTElt
Ha» removed hl» law «»nice from Seventh and
Market
Tenth street,
of the Uw ln all It* brauche».
U to hl» rt-Hi<l<>nre No. «S Went
wh*Te he will continue the uriu'tlc«
S-27-tf
IkTOTlCK.—ALL MINISTERS OF Tlli
1" GpbpvL A HE required to register their
eARpi^st the office >■{ the Registrar, No. 512
King street, n ml receive blank marriage eertlfl
1 trust the new ministers will obey the
-ancswithout further notice.
E. B. vRAZEItcfteftlstrar,
street.
SX

VOTICE. —' THE UNDERSIGNED,
* LATELY of the Arm of Mather A Canning,
Insurance Agents, begs to announce hlsbppolnt
ment as manager for the State of Delaware of the
Continental Insurance Company of New lork.
Statement. January Jst, 1888:
•Insurance of out
was
give
now
14,
8,
18,
July
May
18,
Reserve for
standing risks;..
Reserve ample for all other claims
(Mptt-il paid In
Net surplus.
Tot •! cash a «Mt
»1, S84,128.54
... 888.8*5.27
... 1,00,000.00
... 1.567,805.89
.tMKL6M.S0
business uadi
k Safety Fuad Law,
(Jan. 15) amount to
in cash
Thl* company conducts Its
restrictions of the New York
The two Safety Funds
11,200,000.
Office In the Exchange Building, Southwest
corner of Seventh and Market streets, Wilming
ton. Del.
Iii81-2td-*lt J. D. CANNING.
J^OTICE.
Plie co-partn rshtp heretofore existing be
tween the subscribers, tinder the firm uaine of
Bprlnaer, Morley A Gause, has this day been dis
solved by mu nisi consent, either member being
authorized to sign In liquidation. We have dis
posed of the entire bannes* to the "Springer,
Morley A Gause Co. "
LKWlBR. SPRINGER,
EDWARD N. MORLEY,
*. IRWIN GAUSE.
17;
June
34,
6,
Au
11
WILMINUTOX, April 2d, 1883.
The "Bprlnxor, Morley A Gause Co, '' a corpo
.atloii of the Bute of Delaware, duly organized,
have this day • ucceede l thé firm o r Spr nger,
Morley A Gause. Thu business will be conducted
as heretofore, and we S'dlett • continuance of the
patronage extended io the late firm.
HPRINGER, MORLEY .ft G A UHE CO.
Lkwib It. Si'RiNOKK, President.
F.i»w Hl» N. Moklky, Vice President,
8. Ihwin Gai kk, Bec y and Treas.
Wilmington. April 2d, 1*88. al-inwfst
18,
15,
July
May
16,
90,
6,
18,
May
23,
15,
9,
14,
28,
July
16,
11,
16.
July
30,
17,
12,
16,
July
May
July
J^OTICE.
Newcastle County, s.m.
Tiik State of Delaware.
- -, To th** BUeriff of New Castle co
I L. S. »Greeting:
I - » Whereas
ty.
i, Mary H. Brooke by
petition to the Judges of oar superior Court filed
(u the office of the Protfcouotary of the said iwurt,
In and for the county of NeV Castle, for the cause
of complaint therein alleged has made aupl
ttou to our said Judges that a decree may be pro
nounced dissolving the marriage existing be
tween the petitioner and her hvsband, James B.
Brooke.
We therefore command as your predecessor hath
been heretofore conunauded, that you summon
James B. Brooke so that he i»e and appear in*fore
the judge« of our said court, at the next term
thereof; to he held at Wilmington, on Monds
the fourteenth day of May next, to ans*
allegations of the said petition, and also to sh w
cause, If any he has, why a decree of the said
court should not be made dissolving the marriage
exls lug between him and the said petition» r,
a cording to the Acl of Assembly In such cas«'
mad»'and provided, and also to do and receive
what the said court shall then and there consider
couciTntng hlm Iu this behalf aa to the ™ourt
meet aud consistent with the provl
of the said Acl or Assembly and have you
then this writ.
Witness the Hon. Joseph I*. Coinegys, Emj. ( st
Wtlnilugton. the fifteenth day of December, A.
D.. eighteen hundred and elghty-two.
Issued February 1, 1X83.
LÉO. A. MAXWELL, Pro'y.
The above Is a true copy «»f the als. sums. Ne.
Vi May 1, 1883, Mary li. Brooke vs. James B.
Brooke, Libel for Divorce.
•I AM EH MARTIN, Sheriff.
SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Wll. Del., Feb. I, 1883.
febViflt, Itaw
bei
Sb
Hhall »
I
KMGIMTKJVH NOTIVKB.
REGISTER'S
Register's office. t
New Gas tic County, Del., March 21, IS83. I
the application or Henry M. How,
of Lutitta H. How, late of
i ion Hundred, In said county, de
, it Is ordered and directed by the Register
_ ! Executor aforesaid give notice of
granting of Letters testamentary upon
the estate of the deceased, witn the date of
K anting thereof, by cauxing advertisements to
poate»l within forty days fl*om the date of
such letters in six of the most public places of the
county of New 4'aatle, requiring all per»
having demands against the estate to present the
same, or abide by an Ant of Assembly In such
case made and urovldod ; aud also cause the same
to be tnsertea within the same period In the
Daily Gazette, a newspaper published In
Wilmington and to be continued therein three
weeks F. O. D. .
»1er the baud and Heal ox
ORDER.
Ui*
Executor
Red
cease
that
a
A
death
city,
made
sick
and
until
bom
his
1874
the
Mr.
and
J.
of
will
) Given
V Office of the Register siore»ahl,at Wil
Imtiigton, Iu New Castle county afore
day and year above written.
8. C. BIGGS, Register.
NOTICE.
All persons having claim» agalnat the e»tate of
(be «Iveeaaed munt present the same, duly at
mtrU'd to the Executor, ou or before
March 21, 1884, or abide the Act or Assembly
in such case made and provided.
HENRY M. HOW,
Executor.
Address: Leip»l«', Kent county, Del.
mîl-mwfXw
WALL S*AS*J£K.
E.C.G.GrREENfo AN & O).,
411 Market Street,
invites the attention of their
pat ons and friends to their
large and beautiful selection of
Wall Paper and Window
Shades. All first-class work
men employed. Also a full
line of China, I .amps and Glass
ware
t£.|G*|tt' GREEN MAN,
H.17-2W-28
G. B. GOODLEY.
FOOD FLOUR.
rpHE GREAT
FOOD FLOUR.
No
the
in
Manufacture»! hr qew processes, and contain»
all those essential r«m«l codslituentÿ demanded for
the relief *»f disorders of the digestive, nervous,
biliary, urinary and circulatory systems, which
are so prevalent and fatal In this country, the
natural results of excessive mental and physical
labor, coupleil with unpardonable ignorance or
carelessness In regard to all the principles under-
lying sustenance of body and preservation of
health.
-BOLD BY-
last
K
as
the
on
No
J. J. SMITH,
FOURTH AND SHIPLEY 8T8.
DICKINSON & BRO.,
"All Night House,"
N. W. COR. PRONT AND WALNUT 8TB.
Wilhinuton, Delaware.
A choice brand of Wines, Liquor» and Cigars
U2-fiun14
always on hand.
the
A I .arge Scow Launched.
Saturday afternoon a Ifrge scow, one of
a number to be used in the construction of
the Panama Canal, was launched at the
yard of Col. Enoch Moire, Jr., foot of
Fourth
be the heaviest and most substantial ever
built in tills city, measures 105 feet in length,
82 teet wide, with a depth ol 8 feet.
street.. 1 he scow which is said to
It is
»heathed with yellow metal and is provided
with a rudder. 8he has a capacity for carry
P 1
tug 300 tone of stone m>ou h
craft was cut loose shortly after 4 o'clock
and »lid into the water very neatly, lasing
christened Colon by crashing the customary
bottle ol wine over her bow. A large uum
ber of boys and a few men stood upou her
The Hue by which ®he was being "snubbed"
parted and the scow reached the opposite
shore of the creek, but. wa» soon .«auled In
aud made lut at the slip.
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GENERAL LOCAL NEWS.
DEATH OF JAMES P. HAYES
THIS MOANING.
INTEB-STATE SEASON SCHEDULE.
Order of the Coming 8ee«on—Beae Ball
Onmee Arranged on Afternoon Saturday
The Gazette on Saturday wan the onlv
paper to publtah the proceeding" of the
State Base Ball Association. Nothing f
was done except the meeting of the Schedule
Committee. Mr. Waltt, who could not
give out the schedule Saturday night, has
now prepared R. It Is as follows ;
QUfCKBTBP AT HOMB.
Active—May 4, June 13, July 6, August
14, September 1; Anthracite—Mav 3, June
8, July 20, August 11, September 17;
Harrisburg—May 5, June 11, July 5, August
18, September 18; Merritt—May 14, June 26,
July 12, August 4; September 13; Trenton—
May 14, Jane 27, July, 14. August 8, Sep
tember 14; Brooklyn—Jhy|Ll 1 1..June 7, July
18, August 0, Septem*'
I Inter
further
ACTIVE AT KBADfNO.
Anthracite—May 2, June 4, July 19,
gust 10, September 15; Harrisburg—May
June 9, July 3, August 11, September
17; Merritt—May 14, June 25, July 11,
August 8, September 12; Trenton—May 15,
June 26, July 13, August 7, September 13;
Quickstep—May 12, June 22, July 9,August
34, September 10; Brooklyn—May 16, Ji
6, July 17, August 8, September 14.
Au
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ANTHRACITIC AT POTT8VILLE.
Active—May 9, June 18, July 5, August
18, September 6; Harrisburg--May 10, June
15, July 2, August 14 September 22; Mer
ritt—May 12, Juue 22, July 10, August 1,
September 10; Trentou—May 14, June 23,
July 12, August 4, September 11; Quickstep
May 11, June 20, July 7, August 22, Sep
tember 7; Brooklyn—May 15, June 4, July
16, August 6, September 12.
IIAKRIftBURG AT HARRISBURG.
Active—May 3, June 19, July 11, Augu
90, September 7; Anthracite—May 1, June
6, July 25, August 9, September 14; Merritt
—May 15, Juue 23, July 16, August 2, Sep
tember 11; Trenton—May 16, June 25, July
18, August 6, September 12; Quickstep-^
May 14, June 21, July 13, August 23, Sep
tember 8; Brooklyn—May 17, Juue 5, July
23, August 7, September 13.
MHRKITT AT CAMDEN.
Active—May 7, June 14, July 7, Augu
15, September 8 ; Anthracite—May 4, June
9, July 21, August 13, September 18 ; Har
risburg—May 7, June 12, July 6, Aug
14, September 19; Tronton—May 18, Ji
28, July 16, August 9, September 15 ; Quick
step-May 8, June 16, July 10, August
September 4 ; Brooklyn—May 19, June 8,
July 19, August 11, September 17.
TRENTON AT TRENTON.
Active—May 4, June 15, July 9, Aug
16, September 4; Anthracite—May 5, June
11, July 28, August 14, September 19; Har
risburg—May 8, June 13, July 7, August
16. September 20; Merritt—May 10, June 20,
July 13, August 6, September 7; Quickstep
—May 9, June 18, July 11, August 20, 8ep
temher 5; Brooklyn—May 21, June 9, July
30, August 13, September 18.
BROOKLYN AT BROOKLYN.
Active—May 8, Juue 16, July 10, August
17, September 5; Anthracite—May 7, June
12, July 24, August 15. September 30;
Harrisburg—May 9, June 14, July 9, August.
16, September 21; Merritt—Mav 11, June 21,
July 14, August 7, September 8; Trenton—
May 12, June 29, July 17, August 10, Sep
tember 10; Quickstep—May 10, June 12,
July 10, August 21, September 6.
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A WELL-KNOWN CITIZEN'S DEATH.
«fumes P. Hayes Pn»aea Away This Morn
ing—A Sketch of Hla Life.
The unexpected announcement, of the
death of James P. Hayes, one of the well
,knowu and respected business men of the
city, residing at 303 East Third street was
made this morning. Mr. Hayes had been
sick for several weeks of a heart trouble,
and his condition gradually grew worse
until 3 o'clock thl* morning, when death
ended his suffering.
Mr. Hayes was about 62 years old and was
bom and raised in this city. At the time of
his death he was the senior member of the
James P. Hayes «to Co., formerly the
Diamond State Spiing Company.
Hayes was a leading Democrat, taking an
active Interest in political affairs, und in
1874 was elected a member of Council from
the Fourth ward. He was at one time a
candidate for the office of Clerk of the
Peace.
For many years he was bead clerk under
Mr. Crossmau, Superintendent of the Bridge
Department of the P., W. «fe B. railroad,
and he retired from there an«i went into the
business of manufacturing ear springs when
J. S. Smith succeeded to Mr. Crossman'*
place.
Deceased was a member of Washington
No. 1, A. F. aud A. M., of the Sons
of Temperance ami also an active tern
perauce advocate of the Odd Fellows, of the
Knights ol Pythias aud of the Bayard
Legion. He leaves a wife aud three grown
children, and a large circle of friends who
will deeply regret hi* death»
LEVY COURT.
Closing of tlie Assessments Lists
Saturday.
The Levy Court convened at 10 o'c lock
Saturday and remaiued in session all day.
No business of importance was transacted,
the court merely sitting to make transfers
in the assessment list, that day being the
;h could bo made.
last day on which
Later in the afternoon the following reso
lution was offered and passed :
Renolved, That a committee of five be ap
K dnted by the chair to view a bridge across
ed Olay creek, in Mill creek hundred, known
as the Phillips bridge and report the advis
ability of buildiug a new bridge on the old site.
The chair appointed Messrs. Hainan,
Mackey, Cheairs, Sharpless aud Feblger a»
the committee.
The session was continued during the af
ternoon to allow those not assessed an
opportunity of having their names placed
on the list—the last chance for one year.
No one appearing, at 3.80 the Court ad
journed.

The fier man School.
teting of the German
American school association last evening
reported iu a flourishing
condition. The receipts for the past year
were $2,040.01; the expenditures, $1,704,52,
leaving a balance in the treasury of $885.49.
Between 60 and 7Q scholar® i
Officers were elected for the ensuing year as
follows; President, Ed waul Seldehberg;
Vice President, Kasimir Abberger; Secre
tary, Faucis Schew; Treasurer, Frederick
Ileiss; Collector, Frederick Kuapp. Another
Volkesfest will be held at Scheutzen Park
E. P. Freye, August
Wilhplm, Frederick Heiss, Charles Taylor,
Daidel Merger, peter Ebner, and Frederick
Gradwohl were appointed a committee of
arrangements.
At the annual
the school
enrol lad.
next, summer.
Notloe
to hotel, restaurant and saloon keepers,
('losing out glqse and crockery ware, in
cludtu r whiskey bottles aud beer glasses at
coat at FUnu «to Jackstm's.
PORT WARDENS.
A Bill l)Mld«l Upon by the Beard of
Trade.
A special meeting of the Board of Trade
was held Saturday night to take final action
upon what is kuown as the "Port Wardens'
bill." Those present were E. T. Warner,
Daniel W. Taylor, George G. Lobdell. Wil
liam G. Gibbons, Edward Kershaw, Captain
Willard Thomson, Harry T. Gause and
George Gray, William C. Spruance and
Walter Cummins, Esqs. mßm
Harry T. Gause, vice president, occupied
the chair in the absence of the president.,
and Mr. Taylor was chosen secretary.
The revised bill as prepared by Messrs.
Spruance and Gray was read by the latter
by sections, the title being altered so as to
read "An act for the protection of the har
bor of Wilmington and the Improvement of
the water thereof." The hill, consisting of
22 sections, In great part, as already pub
lished, was adopted as read, with a few
slight alterations. It provides, among
other things, for the appointment, for two
years, of a commission to establish wharf
limits of
lines within the
city of
the
Wilmington;
tion of a board of five port wardens, one
to be cboeeu each year, at the start,one each
to be selected for one, two* three, Jtese
five years respectively; the running of lines
and the power vested in the commissioners;
the election of a harbor master; regulating
the mooring of vessels at the wharfs; the
condemnation of land, the expense of which
shall not exceed $15,000 per annum; to
allow for necessary dredging; fines for viola
tion of rules; the warden's fee; the granting
of permission to erect wharves, etc., etc.
Messrs. Willard Thomson, George W.
Bush, F. B. Colton, W. T. Porter and George
G. Lobdell, were named by the committee
appointed to make the selection, as the com«
missioners to establish the wharf lines, and
the report was adopted.
A resolution was adopted instructing
Messrs. Spruance and Gray to present the
bill to the Legislature and have It substi
tuted for the previous one forwarded by the
Board, entitled "an act to amend chapter
452, volume 13, Laws of Delaware," and
urge upon the General Assembly the
necessity for its passage. The meet
ing consumed two hours and a
half and the different sections were carefully
examined and commented upon.
the elec
• LIGHTS O» LONDON."
Home l'ointe Concerning the Troop to
Appear In the Opera House To-Night.
The baggage for the "Lights o' London"
Company, which will appear iu the Opera
House this evening, arrived from Baltimore
•last night. There are thirty-two speaking
parts fn the play, all of which are
intrduced by the company at the
Opera House. The company travels with
its own cars—two fi&t and one
box car—constructed expressly for the pur
pose for which they are used. It also owns
two large trucks, oh which the scenery Is
placed at the close of an engagement. These
trucks are drawn
and loaded on the
for disembark ment
town is reached. There, are seven acts in
the piece, each of which requires separate
sets of scenes. The cars and trucks cost
$8,OUO and the scenery $5.000. Besides the
officers and actors belonging to
the troupe, twelve stage men are
constantly employed. Forty to
fifty men are required, however, in hand
ling the scenery during a performance. The
large "drops" use» 1 are 35x40 feet ip size,
feet In height. It is esti
mated that the two companies producing
this great drama will clear fully $100,000
this season.
to the railroad
flat cars, ready
when the next
El
AT TBE HALL.
Gleanings by the Police and Hearings
Before the Mayor.
Yesterday morning at police court Wil
liam Walters, Frank Cole, Cooper Hill and
Patrick Higgins were fined $1 and costs
each for disorderly conduct. J. H. Jefferis,
Joseph Griffith and Frank Gordon, were
fined $2 and costa each for the same
ofleuse. Marshal Pierce, for druukenness,
and strikiiur an officer, was fined $3 and
cost8. Archie McDonnell, was fined $3 aud
costs fqr »iisorderly conduct iu A. L. Aiu
scows oyster saloou on Saturday night. One
young tqa.i was fined $3 and costs for drunk
ciiuess and kicking at the door of the Swan
Hotel, early yesterday morning. One case
of plain dr link at 50 cents closed the hear
ings.
At this mornings hearings Thomas Dugau
au^ Archie McDowell, who were fined yes^
terday morning for disonlerly conduct, were
fiued $2 aud costs each for disorderly cou-
•Juct at the Pennsylvania House, yesterday
afternoon. One man, who claimed to be
suffering with rheumatism, was fiued $1 and
costs for drunkeuuess.
--
Hart on the Track.
At a late hour Saturday night
Thomas J. Webb, living in the neighbor
hood of Marylaml aveuue and Beech streets
was found on the track of the P., W. <fe B.
railroad near Old Swedes Church. He was
unable to give an account of himself and
_covered with blood. He was removed
to the hospital and Dr. Kane amputated
his right arm which was badly crushed, and
dressed a scalp wound. He had evidently
been struck by an engine. Webb state*
that he was attacked by roqghs, robbed and
thrown against an engine, although it is re
ported that he was intoxicated. Webb is
an ex-policemau.
Notice
to private families and boarding house keep
»rj. Closing out entire stock of glas» and
crockery ware at cost, at Flinn «to Jackson's.
ELECTION Or OFFICERS.
On Saturday Lenape Tribe No. 6, I. O.
R. M., elected officers as follows: Prophet,
Edward Green; Sachem, H. Both urn;
Senior Sagamore, C. E. Righter; Junior
Sagamore, William H. Toppin; Chief of
Records, Joseph A. tyoudi Assistent Chief
of Records, È. A. Van Trump; Keeper of
Wampum, Joshua Maris; Trustees aud Or
phans' Committee, R. B. Armstrong,George
G. Byrou, William H. Kramer.
Yesterday afternoon the Wilmington
Typographical Union No. 128, elected the
tollowing officers for the ensuing year:
President, John F. Duffy; Vice President,
D. 8. Shields; Financial Secretary, Alex.
M. Sparks; Recording Secretary, Frauk
Spark»; Treasurer, George H. Taylor;
Sergeant at-Arms, Charles Woodward;
Business Committee, James T McCloskey,
David B. Markley, William D. H«»lton, S.
U. Jones, Qeorge H. Taylor, William J.
Miller; Trustee», John F. Duffy, A. L.
Joseph, George H. Taylor
Grace M. E. Sunday School elected officers
follows yesterday: Superintendent, C. F.
• Rudolph; Assistant Superintendents, Z.
James Belt, John W. Diefeudorf ; Treasurer,
J. P. Dough ten; Secretary, H. C. Down
ward; Musical Director, Professor C. B,
Rhoads; Pianists, Miss Annie T. Roffinson,
Miss Alice Evans; Librarian, Henry C.
Robinson; Assistants, W. H Curry. E. 8,
R, Butler, Charles W. Pusey, William I.
Woodward, J. H. Rudolph; Registers, Wil
liam C. MurgatToyd, William H. Robinson;
Colleotor, Harry H. Campbell; Superintend
ent of Infant Department, Mra. Washington
Hasting»; Assistants, Mrs. William Beaden
kopf, Mrs. Johu W. Diefendorf, Mrs.
William Faria, Miss Mattie Pickel».
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CATHARINE LEWIS' HUSBAND.
| The Opera ginger'. Bonin'
Manager
too l.lberal With His Wire's Money.
New Yokk, April 1. — Miss Catharine
Lewis, tor the past week, has been playing:
"Olivette" with her company at the Fifth
Avenue Theatre. Her husband.
Arfwedaou, had helped himself bo geuer
ously to his wife's earnings and made him
self so obnoxious to the members of her
corapauy, -that last Monday night Miss
Lewis called him to an accounting and
then in tones not comic told him to
leave her. He went to the Mor
ton House and
more. Mr. Arfwedson is a Welsh
man and married Miss Lewis in England
several years ago. Since that time he has
acted as her business manager, truvellng
with her to Australia, and afterwards in
this country. He has always, it is said,
been a great lover of drink, lie indulged
hlfc thirst so much that it interfered with his
wife's relations with her employers, and was
the means of breaking several contracts with
managers of theatres.
With the beginning of the past dramatic
season Miss Lewis decided to employ her
own company, She gave Mr. Arfwedsoa
the control of the money, and he returned
«osent* to k«r fro«»:*-*« *» «*»*,
accepted without question. A littl
than a week ago Mr. Arfwedson began in
viting his wire's employes to champagne
suppers and spending money fre 1 y. Find
ing himself short of money he tete
graphed to John Stetson, of
Booth's Theatre, in this city, for
$300 in advance on his wife's engagement.
Mr. Stetsou sent word to Miss Lewis. His
wife then ascertained that he had not paid
the salaries of the members of her company
and, being without money, she drew on Mr.
Stetson for. the amount she desired. Miss
Lewie became exasperated and "discharged"
her husband. She appointed Julius Cohen
her business agent, in which capacity he is
•till acting.
Mi
Lewis
saw
him
she
e more
PUT HIS FOOT IN IT.
A Minister's Funeral Add
and Servie©** Delayed.
Washington, April 1.—Rev. Jonathan
Blanchard, president of Wheaton College lu
Illinois. In preaching a funeral sermon here
to-day over the remains of a youug man who
in life had been a prominent member of the
Grand Army of the Republic, the Kuights
of Pythia», and the Independent Order of
Mechanics, made some remarks denuncia
tory of secret societies. A sister of the
deceased, who was present in the church
where the services were belli
became very much excite
the language of the preacher, especially for
the reason that at the request of the family
the societies of which her brother had been
a member, were conducting the funeral with
tociety honors. She fainted and had to be
carried from the church amid some excite
ment. . Her husband asked the clergymau
to discontinue his remarks. This the latter
refused to do unless requested by
of the deceased, who had first ask
officiate.
The father of the dead man told him he
had " better quit," when, gathering up
manuscript, he left the church- A
some delay another clergyman was fouud
to officiate and the services were concluded
without farther interruption.
The occurrence has caused some excite
ment among the members of the societies
assailed.
A Well-Known Uharseter Caught.
New York, April 1.—Detectives Mc
Laughlin and O'Connor made and import
ant capture to-day—one that will give a
feeling of relief to bankers all over the
country. The prisoner is Robert C. Ballard,
alias Henry C. Bullard, alias W. C. Russell,
alias Henry C. Maltby. He is about 50
years old and looks like a clergyman. He
is one of the most expert swindlers in the
country. Iu addition to his thievery he is a
blgiamist, having three known wives. His
m» thod of operating was to make
deposit of a worthless check, eet a cer
tificate of deiiosit and on its strength have
cheeks cashed for amounts varying from »100
to $500. He is wanted in Tarrytown,
Boston, Philadelphia and Washington.
Years ago he married a well-connected
Southern woman, with whom he came
North. Here she died and Ballard, having
some knowledge of medicine, began to
practice as a physician. He commenced
his criminal career by forging a friend's
name to a check for $300. One of hl«
Cut Btinrt
held,
over
the father
ed him to
nil
Rei
wives lives in Poughkeepsie qnd the other
two are here. He was caught while going tet
visit his last wife. So much was his arrest
desired that the Bankers' Association ofthis
city offered $1.000 for his apprehension.
A Laif« Mill Burned.
Leominster, Mass., 'prll 1.— The large
leather-board mills and outbuildings owued
and managed by Colonel J. A. Harwood
were burned this morning. The books of
the firm were also destroyed. The loss on
the buildings is $10,000, on stock $60,000,
and on machinery, $30,000. The in
surance i.< $71,000, and among the com
panies losing are the Fire Association,
$4,375; and the Pennsylvania, of Phlladel
phia, $2,500. The mills were running night
aud day and were behind on orders. The
cause of the fire Is unknown. Seventy-five
hand* are thrown out of employment, but
rebuilding will be commenced at once.
LOCAL LACONICS.
Repairs were made to the steam pipe at
the City Mill on Saturday.
The Wilmington Turnverein will formally
open their new rooms with a ball on April
A new turbine wheel was placed in the
mill of William Lea «to Sons Company yes
terday.
Officers Cannon and Vickers made a raid
the ball players over Third street bridge
yesterday.
A number of
insfiected by the po
paratory te purchasing their spring head
gear.
Twelve dogs of the Goodsell kennel have
been shipped to Pittsburg and will be on
exhibition at the dog show opening there to
morrow.
Lewis B. Morrow is a candidate for the
Board of Education from the Fourth ward.
He will receive the enthusiastic support of
the Y. M. R. C.
pies of light hate were
lice this morning, pre
8. I. Gause and daughter were thrown
from a buggy on Saturday by a collision
with a street
Gause's arm was badly spralued.
Wesley Marr, recently arrested for obtain
ing goo«b under false pretenses, was photo
graphed by J. Paul Browq oq Saturday and
his picture will foriq the start of a rouge's
gallery at the City Hall.
DuPont Post, No. 2, G. A. R.. gave a suc
cesfd' .l eamp-ttre in the Institute Hall on
Saturday. A uurnber of members of Post
No. 2 of Philadelphia were present, and Col.
Fortesque of that city made a short address.
A newsboy was struck in the eye by a
piece ol brick thrown by a companion at the
corne, of Fifth and Market streets Satur
day a ter noon, The lad received a very
severe cut, but. whether the Injury was in
accideut is not known.
Tenth street. Mr.
flirted by design
A. G. Smith au ex member of C Co.,
who enlisted iu tlie regular army four years
ago, returned home late Saturday night, on
a furlough. Mr. Smith has been raised to
the rank of Second 8&rgeant, in the cavalry,
aud is stationed at Fort Yates, Dakota Ter
ritory. •
REPORTS FOR A MONTH.
streets.
RECORDS OF THE DEPART
MENT FOR APRIL.
FITTY-THEEE BUILDING PEBMITS.
A Busy Month for the City Harvey lug De
partment—Chief Engineer
Record.
Ceuwell's
During the month of March just cloaed
Chief Engineer Conwell issued 51
permits as follows:
George C. Simpson, four Louse on Harri
son street between Beach and Oak street«.
David H. Pluinbllue, one house on the
westerly side of Warner street, south of
Beach street.
Peter J. Ford, one house and one stable
at Rodney and Seacles streets, between Fifth *
and Sixth streets.
Newton C. Sample, one house southeast
corner Linden and Porter streets.
Patrick
building
Monaghan, back building to
bouse southwest comer Fourth and Madison
streets.
L ' l - » •*''*J »*8^*» liuUBCS
Eleventh and Orange
northeast
streets.
Henry L. Jones and Harry A. Beesou,
eight houses west side of Tatnall street be
tween Twenty-second and Twenty-third
corner
John Mulrooney, one house southeast
corner Front and Franklin streets.
William G. Valentine, storehouse south
side of Front street between Tatnall and
West.
Daniel H. Kent, four houses northeast
corner Fourth aud Franklin streets.
Albert Fountain, addition to dwelling
east side of French street between Eighth
and Ninth.
Mary Barcley, one house east side of
Tatnall st reet between Twenty-fourth and
Twenty-fifth.
Every Evening Publishing Company,
printing establishment southeast
Fifth apd Shipley streets.
Charity A. Elliott, one stable west side of
Tatnall street, between Twenty-third and
Twenty-fourth.
Martin O'Tool, two houses east side of
Claymont street, north of A.
Gawthrop & Son, one machine shop west
side of King street, between Eighth and
Ninth.
Bridget A. Dunn, two houses south side
Maryland avenue, west of Stroud.
Caleb P. Johnson, one house east side
Market st eet, between Fourth and Fifth.
Alben M. Temple, store aud dwelling
southwest corner Twelfth and Lincoln
streets.
Frederick Pyle, one house west side of
Broome street, between Ninth and Tenth.
James Lawler, one house south side of
Ninth street west of Clayton.
Samuel G. Williumfc.iwo houses west side
of Buttonwood street, between Eighth and
Taylor.
one
corner
muel C. Pierce, back building to bouse
north side of Lovering avenue, betweeu
Scott and Lincoln streets.
Cardwell & Wall, one store east side of
Orange street, betweeu Seventh and Eighth.
John Aspln, two houses on east side of
Madison street, between Fifth an»l Sixth.
Abraham B. Eastwood, two houses sopth
side of Pleasant between Jackson and Van
Buren.
Lavinia Blttman, store and dwelling
northeast corner Seventh and Plue streets.
The total for the month was 53.
OU ARTFUL Y BfcPORT.
Registrar Fraser's Statement fer the First
Mouths of the Year,
Report ot marriages, births and deaths
for the quarter endiug March 81, 1888:
Deaths—White, 204; black, 68; total, 272.
Births—White, 262; black, 29; total, 291.
Marriages—White 49; black, 13; total, 62.
The excess of births over deaths was 19.
The total number of deaths for the
quarter ending Maech 31, 1882, was 309,
aud for 1883, 272, a decrease of 37.
The estimated population of the city f*
50,000, of which 43,200 are whites and 6,800
blacks. The auuual death rate for the whole
population is 21.76. The death rate per
thoucand white iuhebitants is 18.88, per
thousand blacks, 40.
The death rate per 1,000 of the whole
population of 21.76 16 quite low as corn
[with othercities of about the same
«y* rj 4 ^ A/Vy 6 *! 1 r ^ te white
a " on » °* 10 gratifying
' "JS.V- .. .
With a little more authority given the
Board of Health, by the General Assembly of
the State of Delaware, and a sufficient ap
propriation from the City Council for health
purposes, the death rate will decrease aud
city will be reported amongst the very
healthiest in the country. There Is
reason why it should not be so reported.
Since January 1, 1883, there have been
ported to the Secretary of the Board of
Health 141 casus of small-pox and 43
deaths have occurred. Two deaths from
small-pox at the hospital and charged to the
Tenth Ward last week were from Newark,
Del. E. B. Frazer.
Tür
g(H>d
re-.
Water Record.
Chief Engineer Coyle reports the follow
ing as the pumping record for the month of
March: To the Cool Spring Reservoir.
Worthington worked 19 days; made 322
hours aud 232,660 strokes,
*200 gallons. Turbine wor
pumping 74,451,
ked 31 days, or
622 hours, making 665,879 strokes, pump
ing 30,030,434 gallons. Total for the mouth
105,081,634, a decrease over last year of
23,463,234 gallons. Pumped to the Rodney
street basin by the Worthington, 26 days or
115^ hours, making 462,846 strokes
$,609,450 gallons.
Knowles, 24 days or 76*^
hour» making 188,058 stroke», or 7,688,436
gallons, a total of 14,297,806,
over last year of 2,821,859 gallons.
increase
Alarins of Fire tu Maren.
L. G. File, 105 East Fourth street, reporte
but two alarms of fire by boxes during the
month of March. Tuesday, 27th, 12.05 a.
m., box 12, fatee alarm from Swan Hotel; at
5.20 a. in., on the same day, a slight fire iu
a three-story frame building on Cedar street
above Maryland avenue, owne«l by S. D.
Forbes and fully insured,
three other slight fires, for which uo alarms
were given.
There were also
March Arrest».
The report of Chief of Police James L.
Hawkins of arrests for the month of March
is as follows : Drunk aud disorderly, 70;
druuk, 53; disorderly conduct, 42; assault
and battery, 22; lareeuy, 12: vagraucy. 9;
violating cky ordinances, 6; selling liquor
to minors, 2; corner lounging, F; using
threatening lauguage, i; throwing stones,
1; obtaining goods under false preteuces, 1.
We are Determined
to close out our entire stock of glass,
crockery and chiuaware by April l. Our
stock embraces everythin* in the line, from
the finest French cj^lna down io brown and
yellow Kocrcingh&tn ware, all of which we
ar« sidling at. cost. Flinn <& Jackson.
Raymond "In Paradise.**
A fair steed audience greeted the appear
ance of J. T. Raymond Saturday night "lu
Paradis«*.
abounds iq humorous situations. Kay.nond,
us usual was extremely fanny and supported
by a very good company.
The play is well
«muted and

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