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r TBB POOR TBUBTKK4. Pouillon iu Snpor — * f * i.16 John tfnlhrle Takes U Inteiuleut. A» the annual m«<rtn.« of the Truste.« of *l»e Poor, held .1 the Almshouse this mora ine all the members were pment.eacnpttnit j p Armsirnnr of Ohri.tl.ua hundred, who I* serl.ni-ly 111 « it.i pneumonia. An election lor otfleers n suited as fol lows: Chairman, Thomas Bird; 9 cretary, 4. W. Couch; Treasurer, W. F. JU Physicians, Howard Onto, eipriuger ; Superintendent, John Guthrie; Mairon, Mia. Elh n Guthrie ; Matron of Iu i-sne Department, Mrs. Rebecca Emerson ; Coroner's Physician, Howard Oifle ; At torney, 'V. T. Lynam,F.sq. Ttm chairman announced hia committees as folb''*> SuppMc son snd (. _ _ , Accounts—Messrs. Parra, Hart, iiay and Springer. Hospital—Messrs. Bradford, Springer and Fa i ra. To settle with the treasurer—Messrs. Lackey, Hart and S A. Armstrong. Grounds and Building—Messrs. T. G. Bird, 8. A. Armstrong snd J. P. Armstrong. Finance—Messrs. Kay Williams and Farra. To settle with Superintendent—Meesrs 8prtmr«*r mod Kay. Farm—Messrs. Ray and 8 A. Armstrong. Messrs. Hickman and Lackey. New Building—M*«srs. Williams, Lackey, Coocb, llickmau and Bradford. There were two other applicants for the post lion of Attorney (John Davis and Walter Cummins, E*q*.), aud Mr. Lynain, who was chose Willard — 4.4U -M"esrs. Hickman, Lackey ,Jeml Oflk unexpectedly to himself, was scut ior und upon his appearance introduced to th * nu mbers of the Board. 8up rintendeut Barlow's last report was presented and read follows : Admitted during quarter, 118; discharged, 129; births, 5; deaths, 8; total at present time iu almshouse, 2E9; white men, 57; women, 58; children, h; total, 123; black men, 17: women, 24; children, 5; total, 4Ü. In ins« ne depart ment: White men, 23; men, .35; total. 58; black men, 7; women, 5; total, 12. Deaths during the month, 4. The following hills for outdoor allowances were presented and orders granted: Pentad* r huudn d— M. N. Weir, $8 55; K. T. Cann, $2ii; George Bouldeti, Jr., $«3.25; Jacob B $19 50; J. F. Wiliiain&on & Son, 45. While Clay Creek hundred—Kankin Armstrong, $3« ?0; F. Springer, M. D., $12 50; J Lyle, $4; W. W. Griffl h, $15 50; W. 11. Uusm 4I, $45 50; G. D. Allen, $58.50; Co-operative store, $9; J. F. Williamson & Son, $71.50; H* <«rue Johnson, $;(); N. M. Motherull, »48 75; B. & W. Peters. $32 50. BlackMrd hundred — W F. Corrie, $15.50; E. W. McDowell. $5; &. C. Brocksou, $18; W. B. Keynold*, $9. Brandywine hundred—George Moseley & Son, $0; John Palmer, $29.25; George W. Lodge, $22.75. 8t. George's hundred— S. M. Reynolds & Co., $43 72: W. M. Moore & Co., $30 75; G. W. Wd-on, $9: J. F. I bason, $0; H. Cleaver, $12; W M. Vaudegrift, $20; J. G. Armstrong, $18; C. Watkins, $24. K* il Lion huudn-d—Vail & Davidson, $55.25; D B. Steward, $5.40; William Higgins, $15; J. T. Chealrs, $-0; Dr. Val laiMigham $12. App'iquinimiidv hundred—Sehwatka A », $2; 1. S. & W. attorn us, $87 47; G. \V. Vandyke, $81; W. A. Scott, $112.45. New C istle hundred—Charles E. Kerris A Son, $9». 16: (». L Jemison, $1.25; J. T. A L. Elias*>n, $02 75; J. T. Eliason A Bro., $99 5; 11. Ilamil on, $24 7.5. D. D. King, $2 24; J. J. Boyle, $22 75; Platt & Elkmg J. \ J flerson A Co , $18; $54; D. Bouldeti. $80 Other bills were Pa $12.50; William Carnagy Poi toll « $10 dale, $01»; W. H. T. tV II \V. Frazer. 7.5; J. F. Brady, $3. presented Pat. irk Monaghan, Abel« «1 orders graute«! a> loll shoes, $70.30; G P. A. H Cummins W. Lodge S* Fell lie Outd* J. Morrow, $32 Üö; $11; W. C. Sample, $8; Turner, $78; C. S Middleton, $: •Tan», s O'Donnell, $42.50; George VV. Grav, $17.70; J P A U moud A C«*., $48.50; II. >w sri 11. Jordan, potatoes, $ . $53.79; Walter George $i •ty, T •I, $» tdoor relief, $«♦»; K r, dry good.**, two bills. $43.52 rcliel—Robert Anders $lti; W. Gt.let-pie, George H ; Joli U For aal, wood and politic $202.75; Maurice Join» Falm«r, •1 filing Co., Welch, blacksmithiug, $1 groceries, $i( advertising, $2 -t); Beil de T John H. Moi $IA3 45; J. J. Gallagher A B $5 »'5: J. A. K* ih-y m d, hardwar**,$l L. of office, «1.4Ô; $485 50; five cows, K. E mint, $32.50; J U. Kay, * Farine» 'e Batik, interest, $1>0 Clark, interest, $00; N $237.50. Physicians' bills, outdoor cases—Dr. Springer, $30: Dr. Ogle, $12. Salaries—Dr. Ogle, $75; Dr. Springer, ; New» P lor, adver fifing, $3.08; clot hiug, w hi.-Meg, x 5; Alvin J. Pyle, repairs falarieg at lor farm, *318; Jennie iitaaiie depart PXpeiige», *2; ; «•»>täte S. P. k Bauk, interest, R. Morri Laut $75. Mr. Ray sported having received $500 K. K. Mur i>*. fr* he Tenant of the lain», for rent, and had turned it into the . Mr. Ray albo re thut the milk from the e farm would he delivered. Brad f»mi reported having seen the iitaatie de , helplessly drunk on w man he The bame liought st» ps should be taken to lor llie insane ho& ggested that the »natter be tins Hospital >f which he hands ot the ir ported Anibhou X I til»* employ eg of t n Philip Ry part ' and suifuibted that a Secured t» ke t lie leu'i. ' '1"' pitai, .d *1 Com ehairman. otion iiibtrueted d report at the The *■« • il tee to look into the q ilex Board. eel ingot i Dr Willard Spt ail-pox ported 20 cubes of t he hospilul. AilUu'-I<ek the Board adjourned one hour lor dinner. THE NEW STEWARD. John Guthrie, lhe new Superintendent of the aliiibh«» of h d upon the duties •Led his duties by Mr. Barlow, the 'tiled a house •Hit »- ill and wai* 'in.tr •mu and aided i Iff*» i, win. has J»d t, VV iliiiingtoii. en Chi A Beat. :**uiterley * t Ml Market A I .oral Time i With the Latest Corrections. TRAINS LEAVE WILMINGTON FOR PHI -8.107—8.16— M.00Î 12 . 2 . 00 * v: *— 6.30—0.66 7.001—7.60 «.301— W.6H|—10.80—11.68 a. I 2.3K—1.63—2.30i—4.00— m;— 11 . 01 » ».17»— 6.B0t—9. —0.38* —7.20—7.30*—W.55*pm.— — 2.00*—2.23*—0.30—7.50— 9.60— — 12.38—1.63—6.17*—0.88*—7.20 p.m. 11.63 a. HaLTIMORB—1.05*—1 42*—4.51*— 8.06* — 0.17 .—12.20—1.00—1 .««— 6.00—0.00—0.67— 10.00 a. 11.04* p. m. INOTON—1.42*—4.61*—8.06—9.17 a. —TOO—1.0'J—0.57—11.04* p. in. Baltimore 1.06*— ».17 10.00 a. INTKRMUrilATTl 8TATIOKS— ;—1.00—0.00 p. m. * Trains running both dally and Sunday. tTrains running only 1 Connect at tfray's F'erry for old depot, Broad aud Washington avenue. Sunday. Dblawark Railroad— 0.00*—o.io a. m;— 1.06 —S.oo*—0.261p.m. No Sunday trains. * F'or New Castle only t For Harrington and Intermediate stations. WiLMiwoTowat N<*tmn jd;— 1 . 20 — 6.12 p. m. RAILROAD—7.20 a. J'BLAWAKk Wmatwrn Railroad— 7.06—10.80 a.m;—6.80 p. m. Sunday trains 10.30a. p. m. TRAINS ARRIVE AT WlLlUlmvi'ON FROM PHILADBLPHIA—12.60—1.00—1.82*— 4.47»— 7.46 8.02*—9.12—V.06 — lO.lOf—11.8ft—12.36 a. m:— 12.60 —1.07 —2.30f —2.60— 4.36— 4.66— 6.40-6.68—8.20 —«.48 —7.36f—7.66—0.60—10.88—10.68p. m. Nvw ïon—l.B*—4.47*—s.ott—9.13 a. mi— 11.10—1.0T—«.H—«.M<—lO.Up. m. RaMÏMOM»—».H*—11*»—AS4—».M—11.4» a. B:_Ik.M—I.H - 4.11*—O.W*—7 14—9.4«* p. m. -1IÜ — Wabhiimitor L.61*—2.13—11.48». m; 1.60-8.11*--«.; .**—7.84—0.40* p. m. * Hoth daily »ad Sunday, f On Monday oolj. PauwARi railroad— *. 6o— I0.16**.mr—lvi.u4 -6.00*—«.06 p. m. No Sunday traîna * From Now Castle only. WiLM(ir»TOW A Nomnur «uolroad— i.40—11.40 a. in;— 6.4« p. m. Dulawaki V> BÖTKKTV Kailroao— 8.uo a. in;— i.16 p. in. Sunday trains v.lo a. m.; —6.40 p. in TWAINS LEAVE FOE WILMINGTON PniUADaLPHiA Naw Broad Htiuest iiavor— u;«i*—a.66*—s.ao—7.**— 8 . 00 —a.n—s.sst-iu.is -n.to—n.m a. to«— 4.Ï&— 6.Of.— 6.'JO— 6.Ns- 8.06y — 8.88 —8.80* -U.30-td.oo-ll.32* p. in. Miwad AXn w ashinotos AVamns— 8 . 80 — 8.00 — 10 .H a. m;— 1 . 80 — 8 . 10 —4.30—8.15 p. m. Nrw OABTLa— 8.8»— 10.00—11.48 a. m.— 4.4V— 4.4U p. m. * Daily and Suaday t On Sunday only s—la.SS—l.S 2 t— 1 . 82 - 8 . 18 — t Lllther W. Palmer, von family iisv at the lowest mahket rates «ÿ*The blMk «gam ct«n<*» Ik* Limit**» UUR BIAiUf rheir ArrlVRl *ud Departure. Taking Effect July lut, 1989. The Poet omee In ttale city will he open dally, except Sunday, from 6.30 i. m. to II p. m. Private boxea are aoeesslble until U p. m. On Sundays open from 8.80 to 8.30 a. m. Private Dozes acceptable from « to 8 p. m. The whole sale stamp window will close at 0.80 p. in. The money order etfloe will close at 6 . 0 e p. m MAIL« CLrOtJH AB FOLLOWS ; WORTH. Wilmington k Northern Kallvoad to Rendlnu .. and points on the Baltimore Central south Chadd'p Ford. 7.40 a. m. Pa ! Philadelphia closed pouch. 8.30 a. m. Philadelphia and waytnail, tf.00 a. m. . New York, Pennsylvania and points east and west, y. a. m. Delaware Western Kallroad to l*andenœrft, lO.ou a. m. Philadelphia, New York city», Pennsylvania and New Jersey. 11.60 u. m. Philadelphia, New York and all points east and west. 1.30 p. in. Philadelphia, New York and all potntt east and west. 4.40 p. in. Philadelphia and New York oltles closed pouches, y.36 p. m Pennsylvania west of Lancaster, and all poiuts west and southwest 0.36 p. in. All points north, east, west and southwest. l.oo p. m. All Louisiana is sent west except New Orleans* which is sent south through mails. SOUTH. aitlmore and way mail, 7.40 a. m. Washington and all points south, 7.40 a. m. All pointe Supplementary mall for the Feninsula, tf.Oo the Peninsula, 8.30a. m. Baltimore, Wasrttnaton and all points south, 12.30 p. m. Newport, Stanton, Newark, Elkton and Havre de < trace, 12.30 i*. m. Points on Baltimore Central, net ween Pori de Posit. Northeast and Chadd's Ford,12 30 p. m. Baltimore and Bay Line steamers, 4.40 p. m. Peninsula north ol Harrington, including l>elaware City and St. Georges, 5.f>u Baltimore, closed pouch, 6.60 p. in. Baltimore, Washington and ail points south ll.oo p. in MAIL6 AHRIVB AMD READY VOR DHLIVKUV. From Wilmington A Northern Kallroad, 0.30 p. m. New York, Philadelphia. Washington ani all otber pointa, 0.3u p. m. Philadelphia, New York north, east and west, 8.30 a. m. way mail from Philadelphia. 8.30 a. in. From Peninsula and all north of Harrington >f.l6 a. tn. I point* I Baltimore and way mal., tf.60 a. m. n Baltimore, 12.30 p. in. Peninsula mall. 12.30 p. m. From Philadelphia, New York and points d east, 1.30 p. m. Baltimore. Washington and points 1 I south, 2.20 p. in. From Delaware Western Kallroad, 2.20 p. m From Philadelphia, New York and pointe north and east. 6.4o p. in. Baltimore, Washington and points south and southwest, 6.40 p. m. Carriers deliveries as follows : 0.30 a. m., geu oral: lo.uo a. in., partial; 1.30 p. cm, general; 4.0o t. m., partial. Collections from stroet boxes earners at 0.30 and lo.Oua. m.,1.3u An additional collection will he made at 7.3u i>. m. from all boxes between Jehersou and Lombard wnd Water and Thirteenth streets .nciusivc. On Sunday a lull collection will ht made at 6.00 p. m. Local letters for carriers' delivery should be deposited in the Post Office ten minutes before the hour of delivery. W. Y SW HB» FIT. Postmaster mada by the i 4.00 p. in. L NVERl'A h t ills. w ILSON'o UNDERTAKING ROOMS, ^1« KING STREET. Telepho I nee ted Excli Sign d No. 168. 1 nested. Open all night. lee not used unless J. A. WILSON, 2-12-14 tv r Du »'TOI', «Î^EHTAKLIHHED 180«;."%* re the on he to be 1 ARTERIAL EMBALMER AND UNDERTAKER ! All the latest Improveinen in t' e profession. No. 221 Shipley Street. Wilmington, Del. Telephone signal, N ATTENDANCE feb.s-14-ly the »Y OR n IGMT. COAL. BA NSPOITT ATION. COAL. COAL. of one BUSH'S WILMINGTON AND PHILADELPHIA, STEAM FREIGHT LINE. •Led the Balls dally from Pier 2. Bo. Wharves, IMilla. and Foot of Preltch st FREIGHT IIAMLKI , Wilmington. AKK.FULLÏ AND DF LiVKKED PROMPTLY. COAL! COAL! ANTHRACITE ! BITUMINOUS ! CANNEL! 49*Particular attention glv< to retail G.W. BUSH & SONS. a. roio-tyas I am NOW PREPARED TO DELIVE1 ALL SIZES OF COAL I p.m. 0.17 HUPKKIOR QUALITY >* All coal well screened putln cellar». B. F TOWNSEND, OFFICE A YARD. FOOT OF FOURTH 8T. ÄF^Tclephoiilr wimnninlrMtan with all parte 1.06 J INDEMAN PIANOB A 7-octave 8telnway Square. A 7-«>ctave Chase Square Haines Upright, and a fine 7 % oct. at $175. at a. LINDEMAN BROS., 171 & 173 W. Fourth St. 7.46 12.60 mN<HNVâTI. o WALT, PAPER. by de THE FALSE —AND— TRUE IN ART Undcr the impulse of our Centennial year the possibili ties of Art in America were for the first time really awakened. This impulse made itself felt in every branch of basinets, and in none more markedly t w an in the department of Wall Papering. A departure was made radically from the old stereotyped styles of pro vincial times; flat colors, im possible combinations and ab solute disharmonies gave way to a new world in which de sign became at once a central factor. To-day the wall pap erer will talk to you intelli gently about design, about the relative values of 1 ght and shade, about the due propor tion and balance of color, and will make you conscious that he is no longer subservient ot mere routine, but has opened up the wide field of originality and has made his profession not only commercial but edu cational So thorough has been the revolution th < t where once a slavish attention was paid to minuteness of detail now all the cunning and skill and study of the artist are con centrated to produce one re sult—a result very happily ex pressed in the suggestive word EFFECT. become the strain of this one idea that it gives character and definiteness to the smallest de tails, and everything is now judged in the light of its possi ble effect, and the possibilities of effect have been made so general that you are no longer forced to decide between the dead level of ugliness on one side and the washed-out natural prettinesss of the commonplace on the other; on the contrary, you select your design and when the combination is com pleted you feel that the wall and ceiling breathe to you an atmosphere of artistic harmony. But with the advance ot the righteous in art there is also a revelation of the unrighteous, for there are as moral values in art as elesewhere. It so happens that a great deal of sham art is abroad, and art which on inspection is no art at all. hut simply base imita tion or vulgar attempt to bribe the mind and eye with the idea of effect. To a certain extent the effect is attained, but while it. is effect so far as it goes, it does not go far enough, it does not become permanent, it is not therefore effectual. An examination will show that effect has been attained at the expense < f truth in art, that every fundamental principle of color and drawing has been sacrificed and that the result, instead of being true effect, is simply a poor affectation, lack ing all the true and congenial things that go to make art a moral as well asæstlietic force. We have no desire to write an essay upon house decoration and the necessity of having genuiner ess in art, but we do take the opportunity to put ourselves on record as being conscientiously that, ir. our dealings with lhe educated taste of W ilmington, iisv we shall make it our aim to see that real and not sham art ! l ' le testimony of every incident and detail ol our work. So intensified lias 1 ! and determined parte BALL & CO., at 610 Market Street ? WALL PAPERERS -AND Artistic House Decorators. ai 7-tU- lui MP MNTID FROM YESTE RDAY A BIOAHIIIT'S SCRAPE. Arrested for Having Two Wives and for Breaking Into His Own House. Chester, Pa., April *25—Michael F. Bolden, a saloon keeper,of 'I bird and Kerlln streets, Chester, has been held In 11,000 ball by Alderman Allen to answer » charge of hiftsmy. He Is also under $300 ball upon a charge of breaking into his own house. Bol de i, It Is alleged, married .Miss Maggie of 8outh Chester on the 8th of August, 187«, and until within tho past week she supposed that she was his legitimate wife. Domestic difficulties, growlug out of his frequent visits to a 1'liiladelphla woman, recently led to an investigation Into his past life, which resulted lu the dis covery that his legal wife was living New York city. It appears that he had married Miss Annie Murphy at St. Peter's Cathedral, in New York, lu 1870, and afterward lived with her at. Lambert ▼ii're, N. J., where he was employed as a painter. In 1875 he deserted her and came io Chester. Heir he met Miss Palmer and married her in 1870 Three children are the fruits of this marriage. Hi« first wife appeared before Magistrate Allen and fully established the marriage In 1870. second wife then had him ar rested, and he was held In $300 ball to pro vide for her children. In tbs meantime Bolden sold out his saloon, bat his second wife would not ad mit him to the bouse, and he broke open the door, whereupon he was arrested for forcible entry and held in $300 bail. Yesterday his bondsmen obtained a ball peace and had him arrested. His counsel went to Media to get out a writ of habeas corpus. Mrs. Bolden, the second wife, still holds possession of the bouse. Pal» in it is of is a to Too Muoh Circus Whiskey. A special from Seafordto the Philadelphia Tim*» says : A circus holiday and liberal potations of free whiskey proved too much tor Cyrus Johnson of Pattouville, Md., and his hilarity at O'Brien's show to-day had to be checked hy Deputy Constable Wm.Griffith who placed him under arrest. While on the way to the Jail Johnson drew a revolver and fired at Griffith, who received the shot in his left shoulder. The wound is a serious », yet It is believed that he will recover. Johnson was placed iu Jill. The disturbance created great excitement iu the town, which is crowded with people from the surround ing country. Four hcows for I'anwna. Philadelphia, April 24.—Three scows built for the Panama Canal Company at Camden, N. J., are ready to be towed to As pinv all. They are named Panama, Empei ador and Culebra aud will hail from New York. A fourth scow, built at Wilmington, Del , will be brought here to be put in dit ion for sea. The four scow's will be taken to Abplnwall together. Onl«r«d to 1 lila City. A. L. Churchill, First Assistant Engineer United States Revc the custom« cutter Tench Coxe, at Philadel phia. was oidered yesterday by the Secretary of the Treasury to Pusey A June's shipyard, this city, to superlnti nd the construction of machinery for the new steamship now build ing for the Government. ttolect Sociable. A select sociable w ill be Frai in at his dancing a* Room, Masonic Temple, to morrow evening. Daneiug will be Indulged in from 8 until 1U.30. A pleat-ant time is guaranteed to those In attendance. Marine, now on given by Prof, 'ademy, Lecture Henderson Likely to Recover. Charles Henderson, the showman, who _ wounded in the attack upou o'Brien'e circus, in Dover, is in a lair way to recover. Danger from erysipelas it* not yet over, hut the doc ors think that their patient will pass the crisis safely. TUI. (lim MAKKKTS. Local g*iotat»o»« Corrected l>atly lu Uic Htree» Merket. HAY, VkkD. RTO.—OOKKUUTRU DAILY BY W. 4. MORROW, . 417 VEBMOH 8TKRRT: per bu per cwt l.OU k 1.10 Huy. Straw. t >UtH. Bran, double bushel.... Cracked coru. Middlings,double bushel Coarse meal. 10 ■ ■ . fcu 76 ISjU « C .... 80 Shelled • Ground corn and oat*. 06 80 BL'TTBR, BOOH. POULTRY, kTO..-OORRMOTR4 DAILY BY MKH810K, THIRD BTRBBT MARKBT. Print butter, per ft wholesale.« .80 Print •* " " retail.40 l'ub Tub Eggs, wholesale, pe Lags, retail, per do Chickens, alive wholesale.12 Chickens, dresse, d wholesale Chickens,alive, retail. Chickens, dressed, retail. Cheese, wholesale, per pound Cheese, retail, ** ".. Turkeys, wholesale, dressed.16 Turkeys, retail, dressed BKMP OOtUUtOTKL) DAILY BY WILLIAM O LAV BY, gMoowD aviunrr markbt. I .86 .46 * " wholesale. .20 * " retell. r dosen . BO M .18 .10 M ,81 l. U .10 .14 .10 .18 .08 .16 .10 .20 .18 ■ .20 Sirloin steaks per pound.. Kump steaks per pouud.. Round steaks per pound.. Klb roust per pound. Chuck roast per pouud.14 . .20 O *26 . .20 .10 O .18 20 .1C B tew mg pieces... Boiling bits per pound... Shins,. Kidney fat,per pound.... lotinfi chops, per pound.. Lamb roasts,per pound.. Muttou chops, per pound Mutton roasts, per pound Veal cutlets, per pound.. Veal roasts, per pound... 16 ,3 ä .8 a .60 .20 III .»0 ,20 . .16 9 .20 . .12 $ .10 . .20 Ü .26 . .16 XS .18 PORK BTC., ('ORRBOTBD DAILY BY B. O. DILL BTALL9, HBOONDÖTRBKT MARKKT. wholesale retail Smoked hams. Shoulders. Dried beef. . alt Hitch. Lui It .... 11 i: I « . 12 and ^auNage Fresh shoulders... Fork steak Hums. Flitch. F resh hams and Hitch Smoked bacon. Sc rappel.. Pigs feet.. sausage. 16 ISM U 16 «1 sausage U 16 14 14 14 U o 8 16 12 * ! 18 , OORRBOTKD DAILY BY POWBLL, TBIRD 8TRBBT MARK«. Liver pudding Lard. 16 16 Pike. Kock Hsh. per pound White Perch, per pound Trout, per pound. Halibut, per p«>uu«l. flatfish Black I Hlue bass. Terrapin per dosen.. Haddock. Market cod. Pickerel. Smelts. Yellow peroh...-* *.. . .IïH . 11 ! *16 .20 », pe Hall «6.00 Cl 0.00 .08 . 16 16 «2* . io VBOBTABLBB. Potatoes, per half-peck. Sweet potatoes, per half pock.. .18 Uahbatce,per head.... Turnip», per half peck n«|»rv. <,f»r hi.neb ... .14 .8 - ( )PIUM MORPHINE HABIT * CUBED IN 10 TO ® DAYS. THOU8AND8 of references from persoiu cured. No pay till cured. DR. J. STEPHENS I ^ebanon, Ohio. Cincir nati. U-)U>WT CLOTH ING. fir Our Clothing differs from the gOBer&l run of Ready-made Clothing. It it more stylish in appearance and much better made and trimmed. In fact, lhe better grades,you will find, will compare favorably with most custom work costing twice the money. A. C. YATES & CO., -LEDGER BUILDING Chestnut and Sixth Streets PHILADELPHIA. at of to mi-M Remember you'll be taking off yiur Heavy Overcoat some of these days and will feel as though you needed a new suit of clothes; it's going to get warmer, nnH you will want Clothing. Why not go now to MUELIN & SON,Sixth and Market street«, and have them ordered, so that they will be ready when you want them You will never find any one more gla<f to serve you, neither will you find any one to use you better. Neither will you find a better stock of Fine floods than they will offer you. Their prices any body knows are the lowest for the quality. on who hut pass Uic 4. cwt 1.10 10 J.T. MULL1N A SON 8. E. COR. SIXTH «St MARKET STS. BY, BO M aft-tfM l. HRV UUUltH. .14 .18 .16 .20 .18 .20 *26 .18 .1C ä m .60 4 III ,20 .20 .10 .26 .18 DILL •t i retail It i: « 16 ISM THE BEST PLACE TO BUY DRY GOODS: 16 16 Strawbridge & Clothier's, 14 14 U Eighth and Market. 8 Eighth and Filbert. rnrnADXxrniA. TBIRD 16 16 S. H. STAATS, No. 405 Mark ft Street, 11 ! *16 Hiw Just, opened an elegant stock ot 0.00 New Hamburg EMBROIDERIES Many of the above Pattern» New, and will he »old at LAST YEAR'S PRICES. entirely Also. Just received a beau tlfhl assortment of COTTON TRIMMINGS Suitable for Trimutlng Undergarments. CLOSING OUT ! We closing out some Odd LoU of Ladles' and Mieses' FANCY HOSIERY ! ▲t nearly one-half the regular price. In order to make room lor NEW Bl'UlNo STOCK. Checks In 6 hours Cures in 8 days* Drug Stoke UN.llTM8T.4Tma. 48 FORMEN CléOTUIWB. SPRING -AND a SUMMER CLOTHING John H. Moore, 228-MARKET 8T.- 22« Of Ready-made Clothing for Men and Boys our Rj «ring stock is now complete in every department, and is the largest and finest we have ever carried. Prices lower than ever. Re member our garments are made here, well sponged, and cut, and trimmed in the latest style and best manner by Wilming ton artists. We are getting busy already in our Merchant Tailoring De partment, and have the finest and best assorted line ol goods for making-up to be found in the city. We stand at the head of the trade for s'yle in cut and superior workmanship in this department. It is still under 'Mr. Nathaniel Bayne's supervision. New styles re ceived as fast as they come into the market. Give usa call,. We promise complete satisfaction as regards fit, style, workmanship and price. 228—MOORE—228 s*-*tn I A NEW SUIT. It is one of the topics of con ver ation at this season of the year, and what is the thing for me to buy. Now we will help you solve this query if you will visit our Clothing House, at Fourth and Market streets, and we will interest ourselves in your case and show you some thing that will be suitable for you to wear and what is the most stylish garment of the season. It may be a Sack Coat will fit your form better, or if a Four Button Cutaway we will tell you, or it may be an Evening Coat will be best for your wear, and if so we have them. To sum it all up if you will give us the chance we will help you out of your trouble with the best-fitting garment and what will please you. Wilmington Clothing House, Fourth and Market streets. Jno. W. Diefendorf & Co. i pREE TICKETS -TO— PHILADELPHIA ! While not exactly dfatribating free round-trip tickets from Wilmington to Philadelphia, the LONDON LIVERPOOL CLOTHING CO., d 7 South Tenth street, Philadel phia, oiler inducements that will well repay you to inuk** it a visit. Unlike other clot hiers we don't profess to give ten times for the money what others are giving. We don't do business ou the gush and glitter system. Our platt is to import good material direct, make it up carefully and stylishly, and then to sell it at the lowest possible p are tired of being deceived pretentious boasts give goods are high iu grade but low in price : AND Noe. 3, 5 rice. If you by loud and a trial. Our $7 IMPORTED CASSIMERE 8UITS. $7 IMPORTED CHEVIOT 8UITS. $3 IMPORTED MELTON SUITS $9 BELGIAN TRICOT 8UIT8. $12 FRENCH DIAGONAL 8UIT8. $14 ENGLISH WORSTED 8UIT8. Low prices for pant«. Oar Panto all made of Imported elollie, and yet «ell panto as tow a« $2. Our Panto warrauted to wear well anil to look well a« lomr we they last. Extra good Pants at $3 aud remarkably fine pants at $4. to LONDON & LIVERPOOL Clothing Company. 8, 5 AND 7 SOUTH TENTH STREET, Below Market, Philadelphia. all-im-7i MtgglWTKD FHOM YM T> BK rJ APPOINTMENT*. ■OBI rut» and Km £,r, commi — ! Special Dispatch to thi* (iaxelle i Dov.h, April 2S.- lh e Governor'^ reappointed Colonel Enoch Moore Wtlralnston. a. Fl,h CommlaMon.V Messrs. William Dean, Now Casth. J H££S.' "«s»! Jr., uiul I LABOR TROUBLES. KfforU to nrm.lt Up th. a h(| , UdIop Iu Philadelphia Pun.ADEi.pniA, April 25.—Work in tarloua ahlpyard. In tbto cltv ami (•! ' h WM at a etand.tlll yesterday gw |,* m ,' ei •trike aïnou* the rhlp c«L„to * calkers. The men on Satlirdar ,i..„ , an Increase from |3 to|8.!B à ,l„7 .tT 1 » ployers reluse to accede,and have I, i, to break up the Ship Carpenter.' Union v! terday was the first day of the week th,tt meu could work out doors, snd It peewd that they might return to work' then wen algo* of weakenlo* «mon» ol tbo strikers on Monday. Tiny * firm, however, and In Camden the mug work h> Morris « Mathis' yard n bering fiO; In Shoe & ci~rd' yard, 80 men; In B. Hlllm« fco-'a yard, 86 men: In Carter', A «J, yard, 20 men, and In Bur'ou A Naim™ yar.1, 20 men In the latter yard enou, men were Induced to work work to I,,2, the barken;[ne W.S.Masaey. At Dial,,»" yard, at Kalghu'a Point, the men, who Don- unionists, are working. In this city the Cramp, do uot emDlo union men at theitr shipyard, thouch dry-dock the union prevails, and work «. , At the yard, of Nealie A Le, d Blreley, Hlllaiand A Streaker, and > Simpsons' dry-dock, where about 15 o cl , penters and calker, are em ployed, the men went on strike. The a« union yarda are paylnir the old price 0 f t a day. The employers declare that the cannot pay the Increase, and say they ,1 remain firm against the uulon. Maryland's Mew Police Yacht. The Dew police yacht, Governor Htmlli ton, built lor the State of Maryland n rived at Walnut street wharf, Philadelphia yesterday from New York via the Del»*,™ au, I Raritan Canal. She Is sharply built and 78 feet In length. She will la, emploi J to prevent violations of the oyster and llsh log laws Iu the Chesapeake Bay and vicinity She was constructed by the llerrrshol Manufacturing Company, ol Bristol, K. I. and will be delivered to Governor llamlltoi next Saturday. Darpani»«. II ' I at t dame Postponed. The game advertised to take place thl| afternoon between the Defiance bafe ball club ami Quickstep has been postpone] until Friday, owing to the soft condition ol the grounds. The Brooklyn ami Quick, step will meet on Tuesday alternoou May U This will be the first conflict for thi chumploubhip by the Quickstep. MkiUK.AL Don't fail to try the Great Remedy, the CELEBRATE] H. H. H. MEDICINE A Friend to the Afflicted! AH A FAMILY REMEDY it T)iousands beat testimony I, be following diseases its great worth lo thee RHEUMATISM, NEURALGIA. Dll'HTHB-; R1A, PARALYSIS. PAINS IN HIE HEAD AND HACK. FROSTED FEET, STIFF JOINT* LAMENESS, Pl.KURlSY, and lor sll extern»! for at in for the be we up Co. ■ FOR INTERNAL l SE For Cholera, Cholera Morbus, Cramps, P the tftoiutch or Bowels. Dose-froia 2« drops liai f a teaspoon l ui In water. Never re - external um-. Every family should keep It U a ne - er-fikilliig tioiiselioln re an I ii fall I hie ;cor«lliiK lo the fob hind If on iinl pul » ■ly. The H. il. II. medic! DIPHTHERIA. II used lowing directions: Hat urate a muslin or linen cloth the throat lor about thirty niiuut dry cloth Is p ^iiiiiiu It to preveu pAHalug «»If, and when thoroughly blister* d,open tl» 1 blister with a needle, ami taae a «•loth and absorb the wider that passes off. then takes cl»» and spread thick willi pure hug's lard, aii*l hind It on the blister ami change every hour, wlilco will absorb all the disease through the pures, and no Internal.. will .w nee.l.,1 . Children should known gnllve medic Imn tvn minutes. This lias nev dir. rtmt. fall FOR HORSES. an should be without a bottle hi hi* It Is a No ho he in case of accident, »wing diseases el' the horse: »r Mprallied Joints, Sore Blioulders sim Bä«-*-», Thrush In Feet. Bcratcliea, bween*S Fistula, roll Evil, Distemper, Curb, SpH"«* the loll BLOOD OR BONE SPAVIN, Ringbone, ami will remove all dwellings »"•> Callous Lumps 1**11 from kicks or «»iher brui«». without Injuring lhe growth of the hair, tt*» proved a sure cure. Fu Kill/out le and Distemper, up luolespoonfuls In a bucket of , , tln-lr «li Ink when watering, and bathe the l»* until It bllsU-rs, then put a cloth arounu throat to keep It warm. The above invaluab e I t sel r a f for. y" " * from a gslned i**r . medicine h vie» I bv hundred» ol that lall to be 1 P 1 rude Oil Llnlme ami tli reeoinmeude«l to « «im lals*' njcomniendalloiib nubile. Tbe 11. II. ", ,* , fS lt ., l S la prepared from the very be.t essenllal «»s «•tuer very eo»ily artb-leu, of w hich '»J»«* l"' , . ■» Hh much as ten pounds of any * ra»ie on * l> put In ordinal y llnlineuts, ami tlie I» r *»l # * rl cannot possibly adiertbe to •••*■ «•*»••»1 das. of liulnieuis do, as al> th«} profit pay the expense; so that those who i knowledge of the différence between .. . . •Heine wilt au luferlor »rtlel., will not themselves to be huiuliugged. in. ■I ! any : CERTIFICATES: A. A. Walton,of Huntingdon Valley, «ry county. Pa., writes U»U he had a D»" "" for a great many year»: had Buffered a gre«- , and never found anvthing to hell* •»>»« "'""JZ tr!«»d the H. H. H. Medlclue, which m»«* » ta fteetc Bainuul Carmen, Bemutlem oouoty. Pa., bays It ha» been . , dollar» tohlm In curing hl» Rheum»»*!»* For »ale by drugglata and dealer» e ''*.TY.TaUM'k If y ur deuler d«H-» not happen to havi ltla t have him get It Tor you. Don't be put ou Inferior article. wnsliln. BucW worth » litou»»«« D. Dodge Tomlinson, PROPRIETOR and MANUFACTURE, Philadelphia, Fa nntli lu r 'îïï.„" > 4^8«raeih|ng_new every the merits of H. H. H. GARDEN *EE J) QARDEN SEED, GARDEN SEED. A Full Line of Henderson ? Tested Garden and Flower Seeds a run 'I'KN'! 4 v* it. 1*1. No f» » • oint Si or SEND FOR CATALOGUE.