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VerUtri Agai m u m« ambuai Com
* any— l.orge JI at I-Oilier General
Kihh.
A libel suit bo ught by the Beaver Line
Mean fl ip t • ui) any against the I ree Press,
of (H
• u for vibii'Rge*, re
sult* d >e-teru*\ iu a virdict f r the defense.
One o't'ic pas.-e-ger* un a Heaver steamer
testitiuil t .»t thi rood'served was unlit tor
human belt* s: r hat the berth*
and foul sn
<1 Goblin log
«
filthy
el in g, and that the steward was
blasphemous.
Postmaster Pearson, of New York, state*
that the larttesi trauM.t antic mail either
received at or dispatched from that port
was sent off to Europe, yestotday, in the new
steamship Eider, lor the North German
Lloyds, bound for Southampton. It was
made up of €25 bags of matter, ot which 399
contained letters and the remainder newspa
pers.
Colonel Plato, collector of Customs at Cor
pus Christ!, Texas, recently convicted of
having illegally released a large amount, of
smuggled property, was discharged on Tues
day by Judge Turner, of the U. S. Court. The
Judge held that Plato'* oftense was unknown
to the law.
In the U. S. District Court at Baltimore,
yesterday, Charles H.I'nverzaght was founu
guilty of using the malls to promote a fraud
ulent life insurance scheme, known
Great Eastern Mutual Life. He filed a mo
tion in arrest of ludgment, and was remand
ed to the custody of the U. S. Marshal.
At Falrvtew, Kentucky, on Tuesday, John
W. Gibson, a young rough, walked Into a
grocery and deliberately snot and killedJohn
McCoy. No cause Is assigned for the deed.
Glbsoa fled aud a party of citizens started
in pursuit.
By an explosion of powder in a cross head
ing in a breast oj the Mount Carmel Colliery
at Mount Carmel, Pa., yesterday afternoon,
John Shovelowsky was terribly, perhaps fa.
tally burned, aud two other miners seriously
iDjured.
About six inches of snow fell throughout
Ontario, on Tuesday night. At London the
storm was accompanied by severe lightning
and thunder, which lasted " all of the even
ing."
the
A convention of Southern cotton mill ....
ere will meet in Augusta, Georgia, to-day, to
consider the expediency of curtailing 'pro
duction until the trade improves.
All the members of the House Carpenters'
Union, in New Orleans,will strike this uiorn
I ng for $3 per day.
Will (be Pope Come to America'
Home, Apr! 12.—At tho Vatican
lutely denied that the Pope
the Emperor of Austria on the subject of nis
departure from this city. His Holiness has
no Intention of going to Mon to..or any when.*
else at present though In a pitsd.ig-i of hi*
speechat the lateConsistory be made a strik
ing allusion, much modified in the official
version, to the nossibili y of his eventually
leaving. Hearing tho rumor <t the Pope's
departure, Signor Mancinl said:
" 1 shall believe It when 1 tee His Holiness
on board ship."
The advent to power of a Radical cabinet
might compel Poj.e Leo to ask the hospitality
of a foreign power. Homan archbishop, ot
great Influence, said to-day: " 1 see nothing
to keep us here. Go where she would, the
Church would be safer and more respectod
than in Home. We may yet ask tnc hospi
tality of the United Stue3. 1 am ,
your country accorded it to us. w
freer than in Italy. Here we ar
the mercy of our enomios. We hav
to hope of the Government. We hold the
Vatican lueif only
laws merely give tho Pope tho right to occu
py the building. At ary moment he may he
ejected.
"The Holy Father keeps hi* own view*
this subject, but when cardinal lie favored
the Idea of leaving. Doubtless ho will re
main in the \ at;can a* long
possible. That. * oner or later, he will have
to leave. I for see plainly. However, we have
history to console us.
•* I do not fill k t.h t the papacy wmld *e
prestige if it left Rome. Event! the Pope
leaves, tlie fact will he kept secret until it i*
siccomplished."
Is a l»so
* has written to
It
would be
ectircly at
othing
sufferance, tor tiic
humanly
roiig-rf*Hs.
In the I'liite * -• fw• t
Wcd.Hsday.
>. 1* yne. Senator
■ nr -ciued. The .
ii: i. d because of :
'eutial 1 * previously ppe
the civic
H
i leet from Old
bald thev
formalltv
p eseute'd.
Dill, whirl
Ili
the
Mr
lntru-Un .- I
the ('<illi!ill
.. providing fur supervlsorv lurtsdic
the power- of ln-triei Court
-fudges e
A
bill was •! •
not her law
A-.-i»t.iut
to be aji
•ril I
clerk to ibe pr.*a»?
*r $>, u
It
. a ml I
mki, hot h oltic-rs
I with tie
i. M ■»-1 i 11
the Seim to.
•ut of the
The Edu
which tli
II
d' ■
bill
*tl«
rv di*. I
I s
!-> adjourned.
in the H
(•on J.l'-c itl'
Air. Hulman. of
•jeefiil. Tin- 11 on.- < tb< n Wfciit .Into
niiltt'-e ol the Win Be on t n«- iiolian
bill, fending h*
■; lie I rent
1 ndlanrt,
the (
Approjirlat e
the < < mi iii It tee
•V I A
an I Mr. Kar.dall t
e*d I hi
s j.r.
floor. The ;
<*IMd
V( d
• tii"
U| i,
j.ay tti. i
tin di-tingir-lic'l
Iii i
'ter tm
ived fr •
oiii in»-ii*l i ii;
of..!?!' I ,N'0
tli
IL
of
dis
\ •! i
hiiUilMe.ltenlli.
Mr*. ( a'hurlne Martin, aged fit. residing
'fith her son-in-law, 912 West Sixth street,
di d very suddenly ii
* sis of tlie lieart. :»he bad been un<Ier
r»| rieximent for seine time past, nut her
very unexpected Her
bUHbaod. who live* with her, survives her.
She will be buried in • ive-vlew cemetery
hrlday aturnoon at Ro'clock.
rdrig. with paral
sudden
ath
Tllttt ItHlOlOtlOII.
For the Kkpublican.
•itv is very low at pres
:aih» r Dapproaching could
La* hccuinc
The death rate of
• nt, and aw warm w
yon let the community km
Mr. Kcastei h?d passed In the
Hoard of Health, ami w:t- reported favorably
oil In HI'v Council, to make an ordinance to
keep fll thy alley* eleau, and oblige many.
I.
of
Hf.al
Alm»N( a Fatal Accident.
Yesterday afternoon a .''-year-old .son
of Richard McClure, flour dealer it
No. 2012 Market street, came very near
being .suffocated in a singular rmuitmr.
He was alone in the store, and was
playing on* a bale of bay, when he
placed bis 'hands on the top of a barrel
half filled wit!
The cover,
which was loose, gave way and precip
ita*ed him head first into to the barrel.
He sunk to bis shoulders in the Hour,
and had already ceased to struggle
when Robert. Tong, a butcher residing
in the vicinity, chanced to come in ami
rescued him from his perilous position.
He was taken h
some difficult r y
clearing his mouth and nose of the Hour
with which tfiey
Hour.
to his mother, aud
was experienced in
p.
m.
10
a.
m.
■ rt* tillt-il.
•Me of tlin 1 lirrmomi'f.r
at, the KnrT7Bi.u)AN offloe In the abode,
7 .'criooir
12 o'clock
10 o'clook
440
41)0
39'
Tlie WcuIlK-r.
Office of tho Chief Signal Officer,
W;>.-l.ingfon, April '.i, 1HH4.
The weather ibroughout n large scope
of country i t eooi at d clfarit.g. To
morrow promities to be coo' and fair.
Bay ( lnl» OrgaulzeKl.
A meeting was held lust evening fit.
I ifiti McHugh's saloon, 10fi East. Third
i*t. at which a B vj club was organ
Regulars."
/ *(!, under the name of
W .-peakman was elected President,
Harry Jenning- Secretary, and John
McHugh Treasurer. The club wi!l
a 15 days' trip about, the l«t. of
and will touch at. Collins'
s'art
August,
lii-arli, Tidiubay llt.uk, Cape May, At
laDticCirv antt Long Branch.
l ixi'lu Itumpd.
Last evening (iherokeo Tribe No. 4.,
I O. K. M. w vlHlteil by the (irami
ClilefH, who raised the following Chiefs:
Prophet,.J. S. Coyle ; B. John Craw ;
ri. ri., Vatee ; J. S. Walter JoBeplis ; C.
of R., William L. Counties ; K. of W.
August Hilger.
TheC'btldreiiN Home.
The annual meeting of the Directors
of the Home for Friendless and Desti
tute Children was held on Tuesday
evening, and the Board of Managers
made their report lor the past y* ar,
showing that during that period there
had been 27 children admitted, and 1
re-admitted ; of these 11 were the child
ren of intemperate lathers, and 11 of
poor widows ; 11 who were out on trial
were returned ; 2 girls and 7 boys were
indentured during the year, and of the
latter 1 ran away and 1 boy also ran
away from the borne : total number re
ceived into the home since its incep
tion is 745,with an average of tiOalways
at the home. No serious siekuess has
occurred during the year, ami only 14
deaths haveoccured since its organiza
tion.
The average number of children in
the Home duriug the past year was 70,
and has become too large for one
teacher. They have now been divided
into two classes. During the year ar
rangements were made for the recep
tion of friendless infants, and 7 have
been received, one of which was return
ed to its mother and one died.
During this coming summer an effort
will be made to send the children to the
country,and in this the Board ex pects to
be aided by a Philadelphia society.
The endowment fund has been in
creased $5,000 by the will of the late
Samuel Harlan, Jr., one of the founder*
of the institution. The re|>ort turtber
deprecates the great falliug off of the
voluntary subscriptions, which only
amounted to $1,709.50 last year, in
marked contrast to the $4,760 31 which
were contributed during the first year
of its existence. The number of pupils
has been gradually increasing, as are
also the expenses. The report closes by
expressing thanks for the gratuitous
services of Drs. Negendank, McKay
and Kile.
TWO IMPORTANT FABRICS
FIE ST—KNIC K EE IKK'KEIiS.
These are all-wool floods
and tough as a Spring 'Wool
en can be. We made a big
purchase of them, and here is
the result :
Men'* Sack Suiv-..
\ouths' .-ack Suit*....
Hoys' Sack Suits. fl.fto to 7 ,v»
Small Boy*' Biou.-o Suits.. MX) to dO
.Yv.yt to $io.oo
to
SECOND—EDDYS.
Everybody knows the ma
ker. There is only one ot
the name—and an honored
name it is in woolens :
Men'* Sark Sait 1 .
Youths 1 Sack Suit*.
Boy*' Sack Suit*..
Small BujV Hr
.$H Ni to $ 10.00
. 7.ho to 9.00
o.(hi t •
Suitf,, 4.U) t<
'these are Cheviot styles.
We eaptuml them very
cheaj), and our customers are
the gaineis.
The loregoing gives the
drift of the Oak Hall prices.
This spring is pre-eminently
the bargain season.
Wane maker -3 Brown,
11 ak Hall, N. L. cor. Mxlh mul Mttr>
r lN( I'liIladclphiA.
kef Sfvi
If
61
+ +
DRY GOODS, BOOTS m SHOES CROCKERY
GLASS AND TINWARE.
-
A Genuine Line or lloiiHeholil
(iumlN (lint for price and
quality cannot Ik*
excelled.
+"+
Toys, Bolls, Fancy Goods, Black*
boards. Dos* «, Stools, Chairs.
Doll Carriages,Mooli m.G ames,
Masks, e(c., ete.
H
EASTER, BIRTHDAY AND FANCY GIRDS.
_+q|_
•sloclpcdcs, IlsprcNN H'rgons.
WbeflrarrowN, Stair. Entry,
Hemp and Hair <'nrpct«,Floor.
Ntalr and Tabic Oil C'lotlm,
Ntep-latddcrH, Wooden,
ware. The LargCNl
and HfUNt Fen:
plcto Line of
Uabj t'arrl
agcH In
the
Mate, which wcwdl at price* that
defy competition.
■tot'
504 MARKET STRKKT. 504
Agent for Harper Bazaar Pattcrim
P hiladelphia,Wilmington and
BALTIMORE RAILROAD
Jakcary 7th, 1884.
Trains leave Wilmington as follows:
For Philadelphia ami intermediate FtA
tions, 6.40, 7.00, 10.30 a. m. ; 2.30, 4.00, 7.40.9.66
p. m.
Philadelphia, (express), 2,2.46,3.30, 7.60,
8.16, 9, 9.39, 9.67, 10.07, 11.63 a. m. : 12.46, 1.64,
6.17, 6.10 6.37, 6.46 p. in.
New York, 2.00, 2.46, 6.30, 6.40 7.00, 10.07,
11.63 a. m. ; *12.38, 1.64, 2.30, 6.17, 6.37, 6.48 J).
m.
For West ('hestcr, via Larnokln, 6.40 ana
8.16 a. m. ; 2.30 and 4.00 p, in.
Baltimore and intermediate stations, 1.06
10 06 a. m. ; 6.00 p. m.
Baltimore and Hay Line. 7.00 p. in.
Baltimore and Washington, 1.42. 4.43, 8.06,
10.06 a. tu. ; 1.00, *1.11, 6.03, 7.00, 11.09 p. in.;
Baltimore only, 1.06 a. m. : 12.27 and 0 p. in.
Trains for Delaware Division leave for;
New Castle, 6.00, 9.06 a. in. ; 1.16, 3.00, 4.00
and 6.26 p. in.
Harrington. Delrnar, and wayet&tlons, 9.06
a. in., and 1.15 p. in.
Wyoming and way stations, 0.26 p. m.
Express for Harrington, 4.00 p. m.
SUNDAY TRAINS,
Philadelphia and Intermediate stations,
8.10 tt. m. ; 12.00 m. ; 6.30, 7.40, 9.65 p. m.
Philadelphia and New York, 2.00, 2.46 a.
m. ; 5.17 6.37, 6.46 ii. m.
Fur west Chester, via Lumokin, 8.10 a
and 5.30 p. m.
Baltimore and Washington, 1.42, 4.43, 8.05,
10.00 a. m.; 11.09 p. m. Baltimore, 1.05 a. m!
For further information passengers are re
ferred to the time-tables postod at the Sta
tions.
Trains marked (») are limited express,
"n which extra faro 1 b charged.
ARLES E. PUGH, f. R. WOOD,
Goneral Manager. General p aseenger Agen
. m
IfflS
1
re
14
in
to
in
the
in
are
by
AT
M, 8, SHARP'S,
Fourth and Market.
In our carpet rooms we
have an unusually fine dis
play of carpets in new and
choice patterns, at attractive
ly low prices, some being
entirely private to us—can
not be found elsewhere. Fine
Brussels in Wilton effects
and colorings, with rich bor
ders to match, are very sty
lish in old golds, terra cotta,
garnets and gen d' arme, the
combinations and groupings
being very pretty. Our rap
idly increasing orders suggest
that an early selection will
give you a better choice, and
more certainty of having your
work done promptly, as we
are now necessitated to get
most of our orders off at
niirht.
is
C
WM. I?. SHARI
Fourth and Market f«treels.
By reason of stormy t oy
ages tlie shijis carrying Mat
tings from China have been
delayed and some lost; one
with 11,000 rolls went down
last month, and another due
a month ago has not yet been
heard from, consequently the
tendency will be for higher
prices later in the season.—
Our stock was completed in
January hem tin- ti*st arri
vals, and at tie low * >t prices
we have known tor years.—
A heavy fancy Matting in
twenty different styles is 25
cents, specially pretty anil
good. A splendid number
ol jointless royal mattings in
lancy and white, will be 50
cents.
ot
WM. B. SHARP,
fourth and Market streets,
carpet rooms.
In Imported Turcoman
Curtains we have six styles
of cross stripes in olives,
crimson and golds, only one
pair of each, which would
make handsome double door
hangings. They cost to im
pov. $22 per pair, and we
shall close them out at $14
per pair.
AVAl. 13. SHARP,
Fourth and Market strieto,
Carjict rooms.
We have just opened a
handsome line in different
styles of India I/nen
broidered dresses, containing
13 yards material, 4* yards
wide trimming, 44 yard.,
narrow trimming, making a
beaut ful and elegant dress.
They are $5.50, $(>, $7, $7.
50, $K, $<), $10 and $12. You
would not sit down and em
broider one for three
the money.
em
i
times
WM I!. SHARP.
Fourth
basement.
..till
Market streets
One lot ot 25 dozen Cora
line Corsets, with side steels,
extra length arid
a
nt'
5.
s'rcn^ili.
nicely embroidered in white
and colored, and all sizes, are
the best Corset we ever had
for 50 cents. You should
see them.
1 .
FOURTH AND MARKET.
FOURTH EDIK
HHINTOK l.lll.IY.
The lODianlttee that Tried Him
Recommend Ills I %|>«allon.
New York, April 2.—The committee
appointed by the Newark M. K. Confer
ence to try the Uev. George K. Bristor,
D. D., on charges of immorality,
listened to testimony for the defense
on Tuesday night until 11 o'clock. Dr.
Bristor denied the
as witnesses some members of the offi
cial board of Ht. Luke's church.
The Hev. Mr. Fitzgerald, the ap
pointed prosecutor, called no witnesses
in rebuttal. It was six o'clock this
morning when the committee heard the
last argument and adjourned. The Rev.
Mr. Parsons spoke for the defense, and
then Dr. Bristor addressed the com
mittee for three hours with arguments
and entreaties.
A member of the committee said
afterwards that it was the most vehe
ment aud able address he had ever
heard, ami that he was unaware that
there was a man iu the Conference
gifted with so much ability and elo
quence. llristor's final appeal, he said,
was tremendous.
The committee convened again to-day
at 10 o'clock, and conferred upon its re
port. This was agreed upon by
o'clock. Two hours later the chairman
the Uev. Dr. Todd, arose in Conference,
and, stepping before the presiding offi
cer, Bishop A mire ws, said the commit
tee desired to present a report. All the
members of the Conference were present
and the galleries of the church
well filled with women. The brief re
port was listened tu with hushed atten
tion.
The committee unanimously find that
the charge of immoral conduct is sus
tained, and that the said George U.
Bristor be, and hereby is, expelled from
the ministry and membership of the.
M. E church.
As soon as I be reading was finished
the Uev. Mr. Parsons arose amt said :
" L am requested by theaccused brother
to make an appeal to the General C
ferenee. I request the Secretary to make
a note of this appeal." The Bishop
directed the Secretary to make the note
in view of the appeal.
vote was taken on the report. Dr.
Fitzgerald was appointed to represent
the Conference at the hearing of the ap
peal. The liev, Mr. Gill moved a vote
of t.tanks to tin- committee for its " fi
delity iu discharging its onerous duty,"
but as the case stands appealed, the
Conference thought, it was unwise for
it to express an opinion on the commit
tee's work.
Dr. Bristor was not in the church
when the report was presented, having
left the city for Philadelphia in the
morning. He said before going away:
1 dried;the only thing
I could gain by coming was to get the
testimony reduced m writing tor future
use." Dr. Bri-.tor's father said the
meetings of the committee were unfair.
Ho took occasion to deny a report that
nis son
College for immorality.
Many persons thought that Dr. Bris
tor would he arrested as soon as the in
vestigation ended. One of the news
papers ot the city called upon the pub
lic prosecutor to firing him to a trial in
court.
charges, and called
i
N
'Ii was all cut;
as expelled frt
Dickinson
Yesterday aMethodist layman who ba«
been officially connected with the case
said: "Dr. Bristor would have been
arrested last week but for the interfer
ence of a certain man. The latter found
that some of the boys who were witness
es against Dr. Bristor intended to have
him arrested. The r fathers had the
intention, while the other boys and
their lathers did not want to take the
case into public court.
"Well, this gentleman whom I refer to per
suaded the hoys not to make the neeo**ary
affidavit. A* fur Prosecutor Keen, 1 know
that he fuit it wa» not his duty tu make the
charge. Dm only v> orosccute it should some
body else make it."
Bristor'* address last eight was wonde'fut.
He ha* studied law since ho left Newark last
•utnujer. arid ills speech was orderly, lawyer
li«e, and a most overwhelming in power, hut
hi* causi
unanlmr
Homo ef tl.i
technicil gm
an ollense ot
showed tha' i
and tfiereforc
leged that Bt
wrong tu
l the committee w:
alnst him.
•itl'Mlii.ri*
• rejected
alleged
:
■i". For last:
.Iuly 21. but the test
was committed p :*t
"ri July 'li. other*
-'or told the boy* that ft was
thir fax ml it may bo
-ny
i tniglit.
•' 1' 1 -
that - itne of the
Mooted.
II
*1 e.-iac.itu
whi'di charged
1
tly
I. Ft.
(if tlie official
te-:ifi.*d that
'Mgnti ti
cohjiuitf' d the le*« rot the e two u
nie.rn'.er*
t's < tiur li
r.
i.
Bll
■IlilC'e.l
ten
Mr. Bn *
ago. pastor of
ho New (■*-( le
:
J th
• tint ri-! him
ul tr.-a-c >:.K
hu.cb.
'•it\
New B.tNc (talk IIetiuqHarters.
The store at No. G18 Market street
recently vacated has been remodelled
and fitted up in fine style by John T.
West President ot the Wilmington base
ball association, as a cigar store and
headquarters for sporting goods. In the
rear of the store is a large room set
apart as a reading roon, w here base
ball infs can assemble, discuss the mer
its tof the game and keep posted in the
movements ot the various clubs. A large
bulletin hoard has been placed on the
wall of this room, which w ill be used to
chronicle tne result of all games play- d
by the various professional clubs every
day, arrangements having been made
to reo : ve the news by telegram ns soon
as tli«; gn
over. Mr. West de
serves credit fur his enterprise in start
ing the above place.
J
Two Drunks.
Patrick Dougherty was before Judge
'ummiiis this morning charged with
being drunk and disorderly. He, plead
guilty w» drunkenness, but denied that
he had |een disorderly, and a neighbor
who ba<l caused his arrest was called to
the stand.
He testified that Patrick was break
ing up the furniture and raising cain
generally. The Judge imposed a tine
of (J ana costs, which it is probable
Patrick will board out.
John, bettter known as Teddy Ma
guire, was drunk again last night, but
he has not been before the Judge
since last September he escaped with a
fine of $ 1 and costs,
i
at
( lianafug Hie Rule*.
At a meeting of American associa
j umpires, belli yesterday in Colum
bus, Ohio, it, was decided to change
paragraph K, of rule 4H, ho as to asseHS
fiotn $5 to $10 upon pitchers for striking
bats/nan solidly with a ball, instead
nt' giving a batsman a base. Paragraph
5. of rule f0, was also changed, so as to
sman to run after three
strikes, a fair hit. or seven balls, sous to
make a double play in such ' uhch possi
ble. All the other rules remain un
changed.
.
1
u
llsfiaveil (he Bruin.
Lynch it rif/J, April 2.—In the lower
end of Campbell county a day or two
ago the little daughter of a farmer
named Lee was assaulted by a negro
farmhand. The girl's father captured
the negro, dragged him to a woodpile
and was in the act of beheading him
when the negro's cries for mercy caus
ed him to desist. Lee then strapped film
on a horse and took him to the County
Jail, where he is now confined.
MAHRIAUEM.
C11IIMON4—GIBBONS—On f ourth month,
(April) and, 1684, at thu hotel Bellevue,
Philadelphia, hy Friends'ceremony, Wil
liam 11. Glhbons, of this city, to Caroline,
second dauahter of Phebe fc. and the late
Dr. Joseph Gibbons, of Bird In Hand. Dan
caller County, Henna.
nEATlIN.
GRIJHB—On Wednesday, April 2d,Thon>us
J.,son of Adam and Jane Grubb,in the 3«tfi
year of bis age.
Relatives ami friends of the family ate In
vited to mend hi* funeral from hi* late resi
dence, 809 Fait Fifth street, on Friday after
noon, at 30'clock. interment at Wilmington
and Bruudywlne cemetery.
MARTIN—On the I'd Inst.. Catharine, wife
of Isaac Martin, in the f4th year ofber age.
Relative* and trlendiare respectfully in
v Iteil to attend the luncru I from her lute
deuce, without further notice. No. 912 We*t
Sixth street,on Friday afternoon. Service* at
3 o'clock. Interment a'. Riverview cemetery.
:
I
WILSON'S
UHDEHTUIUB ROOMS, GI6 (116 STREET.
TKLF.I'IIONK SKINT I., Ills.
OPEN ALI, N1UHT.
J. WILSON,
Funeral Director.
Hp'-'-ly
EMBROIDERIES.
s, h. slums,
i
NO. 405 MARKET STREET,
HAS OPENER THIS DAY
A Hcautlful Assortment of new
HAMBURG EMBROIDERIES.
MANY OF THE PATTERNS ARE fcN
T1RELY NEW, AND ARE
MUCH LOWER THAN LAST TEAR'S PRICES.
Also, ]u*t receive] a beautiful assortment of
COTTON TRIMMINGS,
Suitable U.r trln.ti.ii
under-guiuionts.
> nv a i» vLit pislji i;\ is.
^ 1 KANDDPEUA ID H >■ I
DM MHilTli.N LY.
MO.MUY, AMICI. Till.
RENTZ-SaNTLEY
Novelty and burlesque Co.
An entertainment grandly perfect. Splen
did production of thcgran-l reception
teams, entitled
Ol R SOCIAL CLUB.
Sl'I'Kim OI.IO OK SI'KCIALTIKS.
Performanen roncliiding with tli«! New
Bui leMpie ExnavHjjnii/H, w rit
ten exjir
I hl' (
)
)»«n>, emit led
I OAUOHTEIi'S BANKER
PRICES I St. AL
\ F. Tin
Scat* for sale a
OHS \ Cu'f
3-4t
vroTMT;-i,
owner ..f the Ii
Hi- Kir»t
JAM IKS BROWN,
• . I(« Wet Foilrtli
I'* Head Hotel."
at* . f I)fiaware in
"I the acta
s
<fthe .11
f N
■e Witll
era I Am
pru\ i«l« (>, do In
|.'U
I
I -ball
■ •» 1 lilll V '
•Stat*
;i< ( onn ty, iii
A. l>.
, fur nl ice
, lor tlie S
l» law.
Mo\D\Y, th
til ing the next
f..r said h<
therein <-r
(|u:intltb> D a
jtreiulseh, and
- of snid w
■ 12th <la\
I M;
fs.M CM
• *r tiivc
'•ji ical lug
i
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'lie
* he ilrank i
Ing
• ml the said Hjipllen
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s M.-Ke
i
I' A. Mlokl;
mu, -fr., F.. .I
L. II
: 1
I AMES I5HOWN.
>TJBL1G SALE.
Will b
?v'ld at j-u* I: • ..ii
MONDAY, At Jill. 14. l*vj
eri u'elocf . a.
In front of the ,
No lit Kiat'T.ur
f of L W.St.'dbatu
I hot
v..-. fur T* i f harm **.
•xpres- w
»nd otimi
Mil *
»t:«
•nut propi itv b.
rs, J Hire A < o.
Bow
WA1.AI CANBY.
GKO S < AI'EI.I.E,
Trustees,
npfi-lOt
JUHLIC SALE OF lit H S IHiOLD AND
- kitchen furulturu, at 7«'2 Market street,
Tl KS1IAY. A I'll L S, ldM,
at I '*.j uYlock, a. u).
nslptisting of
! sofa, two lounges, one
nrhle top table, bureaus, t'edstead*, slum!*,
tahles, chair*,
couch, one ex
tension tiblo. pn-turcH, book sholvo*, pillow*,
holnter*. limitrc*K8«*, *prlngg. over 100 yard*
BruFsol* carpet, b.gruln, itafr an«l hall ear
pel. oil cloth*, lot matt*, wind
student* 1 lump*, china, gins*, tiuwi
many art id
shades, two
, and
nut mentioned.
t;HAS. B. LURK.
tt3-4t
Drake A (Jo., Audi.
Important Spring Public Sales.
" H'th—Luvcrlng A Natl proport le*.
" 17th—Warner property.S. W. Wllualog
24th—Sundry miscellaneous properties.
May
for
50
of
ton.
J une
ah— Ov<r Eleventh *treet bridge.
14th-Over T Hrd *treet bridge.
Send in y
a3-;it
lists fur sale ptoiuptly tu
HEALB k (
:i i.
R EMGVAI^—THE ATTENTION OF LA
dies Is Invited to tho removal of the
millinery hu«ine«* of Mr*. Addle Money
No. d..i„ Marsel street, where a cord 1*1 wel
come Will heextended to new n* well n*
customer*. MRS. Aid UK M. SIMPSON.
a;:-eod-fit
JR)R S AI.Iv-T \VU ALBERN _ E Y~M AI E
JJ calve* nearly full bred, four week*old
lo any one wishing to raise tin* stuck they
will he so id very reasonably. Apply to
THOMAS HOOrhN. near Centerville,
at the Kkitiilican olnce. i._* stdAitw-f
' (fST—THIS M()UNIKg7 IN~GiiFnTi
J from sth and Market to eth and King
j»air of gold spectacles, marked M. McINu*
*e. 1 he finder will be suitably rewarded
leaving them ai No. 420 Market *t.
W ANTED—A GOOD TIN AND SR KET
iron workor. Must ho a *ober. steady
nian. single man preferred. II. a iu- n
NISON, Now Castlo. Del. a.'i 2tt
to
old
.-r
''-it
OSr-ONTHi;29TH ULT., A GOLD
XJ brfHst pin set with jet umi peurfi. k c
ard 11 returned to 845 ThIiiuII stree!. a3 it j
TirANTKi —AUHfL I OK GENERAL
u housework it No. Ub Fast Third
_____ u3-2t 1
No.
YyA.ym.-A 01
n> I Aim HAND,BY
iioarthifm/. ApjAyat thin
a3 3tf
cflieo.
TirAJvm. A which iino, kohiikn
I'u-dt]
lj fill SAL E--2 \. 3-SI * K l N (11) K A1 1 B() R N
_ ad-ltnf
W A K
- a woman kuh genfr
sework, at 152.i Washington
street.
5 3t*
W ANTED—A WHITE WOMAN FOR
general housework, at 810 Jackson
' s 3-It
After the Riot.
Cincinnati, April 2.—The barri
cades in the streets about the Court*
house were removed to-day. The Mt.
Auburn street cars resumed travel to
day after bavins been shut out from
this part of their line siuce Saturday
night. A few aoldiera are hi ill pacing
the sidewalks in front of the Court
house to prevent persons entering the
dangerous structure, but the entire
military force will be withdrawn to
day except the Seventeenth Regiment,
which will remain on duty until fur
ther orders. The latest estimate places
the dead at 40 ami the wounded at l iK.
m the
streets last night by two pi8tOi™^hot«
tired by a man who was running after
a street car, which failed to stop when
he hailed it. At the Grand Opera
House last night there was nearly a
panic, caused by some one crying tire,
nut the audience was quieted by the
actors. Every unusual sound creates
excitement, after the experiences of the
past few nights.
At the burial of Adolph Meinking,
one of the men killed iu the riot, his
father fainted at his grave, was carried
home unconscious, and died in a few
hours.
Wil
late
3«tfi
In
in
at
•aused
Some excitement wi
I'eraonal.
Mrs. Suttorley, widow of J. K. Silt
terley, who died in thin city lastAugust
has removed to Iowa. She disposed of
her household goods, and yesterday
morning with her daughters, left for
that distant state, where she will reside
wifli her brother.
JOHN P. ALLMONO h CD
GROCERS.
M
a
w
We oiler lo-iluy Olive Oil, pre
|iureil Iiv Alexis (jodillot-—lior
licaux—nl tlie extremely low
price of-;'>e. per quart bottle, 411
cents per pint. 'I'liis oil is made
from tlie first pressing of tlie
olive, and we leuarantee every
bottle to lie eiptal to the best in
the market.
to
JOHN J\ A LIjMOXD k CO.
I'ealioily coil'i'c, roasted, re
ilii(!cd to ltic. per li). There is
lots of it in Wilmington being
sold ut iide. Ti v a snin|ile peund.
JOHN r. A LOMOND k CO.
We bought, very largely of tea
before the rerent udvaneo, and
can give yi n the best value a lie.
tea in the market.
JOHN 1>. ALLMOND A CO.
Granulated sugar. 8e. lb.; soft
while sugar, "e. lb.
JOHN I\ ALLMOND CO.
New Turkey prunes, 1 lbs. for
25e.; 2 lbs. pared peaches, 25c.;
evaporated apples, 12e. per lb.;
evaporated pears. 22c. per lb.;
pitted elii rrics, 22c. per lb.;
porated plums. l*e. per lb.
JOHN IV ALLMOND k CO.
\Y
L.
by
by
as
as
in
i*va
Canned iroods :
Tomatoes.
! cuiiH 25c.; sugur
urn,.'! cans 25c.; string lumis, ,'l
ails
will
f|j«
give
table peaches, I5c.eait;
Frcncli peas, 18c. rail.
John P, Allmond & Co„
GROCERS,
8th and Market Sts.
The

linn
more
will
sloos
tine
and
all
by
in
ami
inov
COFFEE! COFFEE.
Fresli Roasted.
All our own Roasting
Satisfaction guaranteed.
Coll'ee at 15, IS, 20, 22 and 25
cents. 5 pounds elegant coffei
for $]. \Ve lmve the liest tea for
50 and 00 eents ever offered in
this city. We make a specialty
of pure Spices.
27,
street,
Home
the
soon
ratlin
(1
was
def(urt
port
CRIPPENS
tea itokc,
NO. 6 EAST SECOND STREET.
FLOUR,
FEED,
GRAIN,
H A Y
AND
STRAW,
WHOLESALE
AND
RET AII
Depot.
Join.
Tlilul
hum
ted
com
pound
expect
a
TATN ALL BROTH LBN,
No. loi Maryland Ave.
Teleplnmo. No. 81
CHOICE LIQUORS.
iugof
The
lie
TIIK LARUEST STOCK.
THE FINEST IJUAI.I
THE MOST REA
SOXAHLE PRICES,
Al Iha (Jlil Ealnhllahatl and Hellablo
rents
TIES,
born,
iH.
House of
m.
D,
FRANCIS KELLY AND CO..
103 MARKET STREET.
Mt.
to
the
to
iK.
the
a
tire,
the
the
his
few
FIFTH [mi
Hot*. .
UnlcHH a relapm
Negemlank'H rt-ii.viTy
in improving daily,
A tidal Tolu will |, u
atuemlrnent to tin. u,„ sUtllt
lueoting of tho Hoard i.riv.,
a quorum In present.
Charles Warner was M ,
atta. k of palpitation 0 i u„ *'4l
stoa.1 of appojilc.Ty,t| IB i
liaa recovered from the H ti ll( k ^ 11
Tim Hloop I,aily Adams
Mil-haul Dougherty a„,|
Miml trade is now Iviuk!? !"
Beach a total wreck. h ' tolil
Augustus Dennis, l» aV i.l * T
and James H. Floy.I j,. . .. . ' Jr ®i
trustees of Anbury M. K^huroi't?
term of office is lor three \
Three more hamlsornc ir„| ( i
given out in the Delawar
last night.
takes j, il(1 _
,M aHs 'ired
Uk
°u til
at t
"• |.rr
»w
w t
of
for
If you want
join the. new club.
'J East Second street.
Tli« uptown newrpap r M„ rf of
& I»a» in, No. 717 Market Mr, "
opened on Tuesday e'emm. n
Frist in charge. Mr. Ii,-''
the Third street store
"S'",I tu
*•. !'■ Davj. j
if
«Iaiiich (», Mcarng jiu'.l v
Iiradluy Were martini)
Hie residence of the tuidn,,,, p,. ,7
hanks by the liev .loin, r .sJ?
Mt. Salem M. 11. church. 1
Thomas .1. Urubh, , ..
(iroht), the shoe dealer at \ , ."J 1
ketstreet, died yesierday u,„n '.f,
a lingering illness «>f coiiHuinpr-i 1
as a« years of age and
througbout th. city, jlis
place tomorrow aliernoou.
Jacob B. Stauffer
Hi Mi
M
ah rnbUl of
pocket-book, containing alio; •
while endnrsliiK a chi ck i-i the tank
c.Nf, Chester, i'u , on 'I ,j. »
As there was only 11; ,.^i
payment of the cheeks
'liatcly stopped, the Ions
a very serious one.
The remains of Mr*. Marv Km
Kelley, D-rinerly of this i-nyj
died at, her home in Pl.iiwkij,^
Sunday, arrived here thin
the 'J o'clock lrain and v,
di.itclv taken in charge By
Wilson. They were takm < .\ 0 ~J
West 1'ourfh street, where tin? f-.L«
w ill take place this afteriio«>;
'Vie !. t
shi no' pt
■ f w
•oru$
Ah Knbert Merrick
Chester County, Pa.,
to this city, on Tuesday, w
bull, the animal
■'.j
r fi* attaiknl i
another bull, and finally knockeddoi
after a terrible tight anil had a!
broken. Home butcher wa> iou
quently diaappointed, and Lou : ■
elsewhere for a supply ul laxrfforl
cusloiners.
\Y iliHlruw it from (lie ( oinl>innl|»i
Circulars have been issued to ther.
rious patroiiM of the insurance *;ruj i
L. P. Buck At Co.
they lmd wifhdr;
Beard of the Cnderwrifcrs' As.-o-iitw
I that hcrcultertLe. «i
take risks independent of the rates estal
lished by th^ association. The organ
zation was formed last yc.tr for the pm
of protecting the i >mji;inie>. rqm
Kented by the agent*, which wa* dos
by increasing the insuraoce rare on vi
rioUH risk*.
The agents of all the foreign con
panies joined the assuciatioii, pic-pars
anew- schedule of risk* aud rau*, ii
by mutual agreement they weitl
adhere to the schedule strictly. T4
patrons were notified of this action*
as a result quite a number of then bi
ilieir policies renewed outside of til
State. The firm of L. 1*. Buck \'C|
have m
scheme
were induced, by uncuntr
cumstances, to again unite vnu
as *•» 'iai
to til*- ell'-.' t
the
trer
in this city
t vi r f«lt kindly toward*tieo<
at. d oueft before withdrew.I»
iilt'.r d
srifkilnd
This time, however, the
will be permanent, a* iId* in'ere-r?
f|j« rompuuiei represented By tj
deiiiuml if, whilejit is their
give their patrons fair rates
taken. Tin*' firm sire stml havelj'
Math-tied with the old rate*, win h Ij
htafe yield a handsome profit t'*r
Ills a* tl
111. ti * <-ft
tl'j.re
n r.
The cntnpauiCH J
ri.-ks are not heavy,
ail number nf fire*,
i.ition wins first formed Me* »'-* I -- ,J
Vt.l'.i
Win It th-as
w« ic ashuml that, tiny
tented by the a^enlH Hi
I'litladclfihia, but m this they mrrj
apjaiintnl and hence the I rouble "H
effect. I he withdrawal of th«aboveiue
ill baye on tlieiwi®
s they
New Y -rtca
turned firm
linn ia not known, hut
more risks than all the other midP* 0 '
combined, it. in probable the
will have to Miccumb.
l,ny Court.
The disturbing cause having^ 0 f
e<l by the expiration of the tiu* e
placing names on the iisse.srm'ji 1 '^
everything now is serene at [ lie
sloos of Levy Court. Nothing t' 11
tine business was transacted |, ' -
and the di fie reut committ*
all day attending to thfir dutiW'
petition was received from ati'RU
residents of Appoquiniinink IDii'
asking for a bridge across tlie or
Gd«!ssa. The commissioners »PPy '
by tl * Muperler CourltoexiuniDi''
in BlarkbiMl Huinlrcd, that, wa* 1 •
plained of on account of b»ing
reported in favor of strjig" w LJ
ami estimated the cost off 1M
inov
w ere b
s adopted.
Might Rlazs nt llanfrofl*' ^
The alarm of tire about < y (
evening, sounded from sigint u' •
27, Delaware avenue and
street, was caused by a siig > f np '
Home iiiHarnmatde material 11
the rooms of Bancrofts' 1111 a
soon discovered by the ernp 1 '*) ' , .
promptly extinguished by tl*' !
ratlin in the mill before . .
(1 w an domi A# w w
was quet.ched word was » ^
W. C. It. (k>Iqulioii!i» ^ ll( AA|jJ(J
def(urt ment was btopped ut
port
.
one
it A
I
Depot.
The FHvruieuf Con'l'*®?^
Tho biiMilb k t. rnmrly
Join. K - 1 ' * •. .V Co., J,
Tlilul hr. 1 , near Cum™. ' E ,
lwmndl.., a ...iiii of .v»;arn I*/ '"j,
hum Artifin i 1 Smnn < omp •'
interior if* \ i*vv being ton 1 0 t
ted to adapt D to
com puny arc aim
pound cant iron keH.1
llarlati & Rolling*
expect to coiuiuenc
a week.
plot
oi'-ir '"i' 1 !'*!: 11
P'l
F"
pi
N)
I*
If*
p*
f
AMl „
('oroner Binif h was ii' ioi , p
iugof the death of a eolorm |( . rt
Twelfth and Walnut stn; ;.,
iiud Mrs. 1 W r ' ( , v iiJ
The Coroner visited • i ** 1 /paeii •'!
lie teamed that the mil d «l
corliti ,%
ill he
•ere Mr.
rents
born, anil lie issii. 11
iH. it. Tbeinlautw
I'olter'M Held to-d.i.v.
k

I' 1
Nl. An(l r «'»'" ' l 5 l j' 1 r '!') , »ll
Servire to-morrow j.^doffe 1
m. Sermon by Rev. >».
D, of Philadelphia-

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