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PRICE ONE CENT. WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23,1884. VOL. XIII. NO. 75, [pIXE RESTAURANT ' ('DAN PJgABIa , t j ^W^t iTaTng and refitted up In k 17"ThSif J. Graves, and F'l^ed out to-day as a □ restaurant, where meals will U T iiauied *the *Iefterson K'ntering fro™ Mar ![ Bt , ' reet - L fitted up in a handsome eating bar, wbilebang bm'tbe walHsaflar.e plate-glass lug nftbin partitioned offby a screen P for lunch parties, where iu private and at have been nail room 1 can case. lie eaten These rooms v decorated with elegant wall nreheut an attractive appear <1 g" W <Ioodley had the con forth?* work, while Mr. Moysten l or unloved. Fine gas If were put in hy William Watt, Brains & Brother did the paint ffi, n .V Company furnished the heating apparatus and other Vieowe Crath being the work and he made an excel charge remaimCK twelve rooms of the ti ivf hern re papered, re-carpeted .-furnished throughout, pail of H8 a dwelling by Mr. his family In the rear of on the lower floor amt .in lunch room i„iuK room fitted up withsevcia decorated with fine linens and 'ntial silverware for the accom iou of patrons. This room is reach U private entry leading from the be second floor another privato , room ha* l*en fitted up for ' a i„l privato partied, while the room on the second floor is very The entire place has been in. a view to conilort and neuie while competent cooks ,alter* will lie in charge. Me , Kenny & Co. did the upbols Hi Hon the furniture, up w •y, Met ary iliard F. Davis the silverware. tLiinr is complete at the above doubt hut the ami there i re will be made a paying buccewi no A Djnniuller'i Rrllca* vYoKK. April 22.-On Nevent t lKKi. Nathan E. Fish reglnteml 'Carlton bonne, No. 202 Williain He said he was a Canadian, 4S of age, and a compositor by February 14th last, be was re 1 to Bellevue Hospital to be treat* Three days allfgert cryDlpelx*. wliuittMl t« the hospital he part'd, and to-day hi* body wan Upon search in the East river. :oom in the Carlton House to* •i box two feet square was found ip nineteen cartridges, weigh t-half pounds each, and *d " Hercules No. 2." There was box, two by five inches, done up and marked " sure death to a ho ope specimens nr ■ at.a out per us the hsx."One ortwo of fire-arms were also , It is supiiosed that »connected with some dyua and. fun tor llrrreailon. iniiijt g.cs » great way towards Ding work. lie contrived, and when it is ac lifljt'll, step, j't tliii.lt liecause you have finlsli k mu',M l tatk long before night lomini.tkecp drudging on, liunt ■> new tags to do, not laid down I day's programme, unless you F wind tip with a fresh, clean k of a woman to en arid tl.e irmgh th hief work of woman loom, tbo fact should from taking the open feather, iu rides, it.-< r in tuc garden. throw aside all extra •'Uw UtiittiDg lace edgings, making tatting, and tl.i i f. La* u> health. air p hint ii the Fish Market* * it, April 22.—A glut oc h.arket at Havre de •I and pvict's wei in the day shad ;d herring at i. This was more owing .uirdiiv and too late to t-r •• Philadelphia mar xtra -rdinarlly large ar Havre de Grace *i7 and herring at. At Port Deposit to $25 and herring }•< r hundred. Tbegillers >r. inking last night from or about 500 herring to a ■ 5! U Una epared for France. iN, '| , ai, April 22.— The disgrace • <n King tor his dilatory action 'JuHpdh affair Iulh been favor v '< ivctl by the population of the 'ccs. riity believe that the ac ct Prince Ch ng tot lie control uucil oi the Empire is a ar. Defensive measures n-kily being taken along the coast, much excitement prevails, fig and t he other officials who ffikumsed have joined iu forward Memorial to the Empress thank < ' r tor her lenient treatment. Grand Co liner of 6 K •luium* Wnue t'uimonlc asm. sailing Lnug Remedy of Wil 0I *, Df], For Chronic and recent bore Throat, Croup, Hoarac all Lung DiseascH asevery r,!'i lb'- Sininih'White C i» leading remedy btedlv. References abundant at te. otictfl. and |l. Sold by dealers. le P"t, Fourth . . , —d King streets, i $ 0,l > ^l* l'hiiadelphia, John •oUoway & Co .,002 Arch street. 1 lie Coroner n|i ip. Bartl(, y ' H a candidate for f era tic nomination for Coroner. Iffirit* 11 votill S 'l 1 * 1 Democratic (aiH ' a,l(l aH ,lH iH l,ow U *? 1 U is tlnie that he Cthfn!? VH K,,MH ccbsideratiou for | art i„ lew, » WbltBsheis to roaliee irviof-tt U ! ar ? not lllwa y» grateful a , lf «e are to kuuiT H atl<: Cornuer - Mr - nan Built lo the man. Milluutfj', aiuhn* ( '' aim ° r °l>«n amilli mmmgstn'^athe N. E. ^I>ril I - 0,i| Lard, on Thurs h frifniL*! MM ^^wllally invites *9 cah and see her. Mrs, «* in tho millinery an tee that she wifi *11 of those who patronage. Sooilcual! French street wharf ii'm CX|)(t is a t "■faction ic With tfii.j her General tiordon'l PMlIln. London, April 22.—In the House of Lords to-day Kiri Granville, Foreign Secretary of State, said that the govern ment felt no tears for the personal safe ty of General Gordon. Karl Greenville said that General Gordon's Indignation at being abandoned would be under stood when it was known that of all the dispatches which the government had sent to General Gordon only one short note had reached him. The position of General Gordon was also subjeat of Inquiry in the House of Commons. Hr. Gladstone stated that the government had received no request from General Gordon for the dispatch oi British forces to relieve Khartoum. General Gordon had simply suggested that a small cavalry force should be sent to Berber He was unable to say whether Gener al Gordon had sent a telegram to Sir Kvelyn Baring at Cairo—expressing indignation at being abandoned by the English Government anti announcing a determination to act henceforth with perfect Independence of those who have deserted hlm-as was stated this morn ing in the Cairo correspondence of the Standard. A movement is on foot to enlist 200 volunteers to rescue General Gordon. The idea originated in a high circle. The volunteers are expected to con tribute their quota of expenses. The enterprise will bo carried out even if the War Office refuses its sanction. Cairo, April 22 —The Mudir of Ber ber has telegraphed asking whether re inforcements srecoming, if so, he says he will resist to the utm >st with his garrison of seven hundred men. If not, he asks for instructions prior to his en deavor to make the best possible terms with the Mahdi. The Telephone. There Is considerable room for im provement in the telephone service in this city. Frequently, When persons are in a hurry, they will have to stand at. the phone'for five or eight minutes ringing and shouting before an answer can be obtained from the exchange; and when communication is at last, established, the subscriber Is luoky if be is not " cut off" two or three times before he has finished what he wishes to say. A case jn point occurred the other day, w hich is but a sample of the inconvenience and annoyance to which subscribers are often times subjected to. A gentleman called the Republican office, and upon a member of the staff answering the call, commenced a con versation, which had not been con tinued more than a minute when he was cut off. In a few seconds commu nication was again established, and as the one who was talking was not aware that he had been shut off, be had con tinued to speak, consequently the sense of his conversation was lost. Thip happened three times before the con versation was finished, and is, to say the least, very annoying. There is a fault somewhere that should be reme died without delay. An Attractive Station. Among the most noticeable things in connection with the operations of the Pennsy 1 vaniaRai 1 road, and one worthy of much praise,are the improvement*at the various stations along its various linei.The latest pointto receive unusual attention is at Clayton, along the line of the Delaware Division, of which the Smyrna Times thus speaks : The grounds surrounding Superin tendent Millshoad quarters, at Ciayton, are now being completed and put in order. Handsome Norway maple •hade trees have been planted in a row in the rear, and numerous and varied dowering plants set iu the unsodded ground, which is laid out in various shapes to please and attract the eye. The fountain at the north end has not yet been erected, but when the whole fs completed there will he no flower garden any where on the Delaware Division to compare to this. If some little attention of a similar character were given to the Smyrna statiou, would seem to be most advantageous and certainly very ornamental. Superintendent Mills heed this sugges tion anti extend his good works to Smyrna ? it Will POIMOU In the blood will nearly always show itself in the spring. If It. does not come in the shape of blotches, pimples, erup tions, etc., it causes a dull and heavy feeling, indisposition to exertion, loss general letting down ot appelile, tifi'l of tlio system. Noturo at this juucture r-ij 11 in-s some asHistaaco to help throw ott thin jioison and clean up the ortfau lor the trying Mimruer weather. For this there is nothing better than Swift's brnciFtc. Letters from twenty-three (23) of tho leading retar druggists of Atlanta, say under date March 24, 18V4 : "Wo sell more of Swift's Specific than any other remedy, and three to ten timeH as much as any other blood medicine. We soil It to all classes, and many of the best families use it as a general health tonic." Treatise on Mood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Bwift Spe cific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. l ** Labor and noilaeis SotM. A movement has been made to put in operation the furnaceH at New Cas tle, Henna., which were recently shut down because of a strike. The owners of the Ktia furnace on Monday impoited HU men from Sharon, and with the assistance of five returned strikers, resumed work. Two hundred stove moulders in Peoria, Illinois, struck ou Monday. The Alabama State Mineral Exposi tion was opened yesterday, in Binning ban*, hy the Governor. About 10,000 persons were present. The lumber trade in Ontario, just opening, promises to be Several of the mills are already in operation. very active one, Broke Ilia Leg. Shortly before ff o'clock ibis morning William Page, a colored helper employ ed by the Lobdell Car Wheel Company, while engaged in unloading car wheels at the wharf of the electric line ot steamers, had one of his legs hroa®* 1 between the kuee ati<l ankle, and bad ly bruised by one of the wheels slip ping and falling upon him. He was extricated from this painful position as soon as possible and conveyed to his home, No. 410 East Second street, when a physician was summoned and reduc ed the fracture. CntehlnK I*orpo*sc«. The Porpoise Fishing Company re cently termed at Cape May havecangbt seventy-flvs porpolseB near Cape Hat feras, which have been taken to Phila delphia and skinned, and will be boiled lo extract the oil, at the company s works Tenth aud Snyder avenue, Philadelphia. The fish taken weigh from 400 to 700 pounds each, and lf the quantty of oil obtained from them is sufficient to make the enterprise pay, the Ashing will he continued along the coaet during the coming season. 8I1W8 MtlHMAKT. Vienna* of rar*e4 Bralto-fatol TmmIUm-Ab AMaelsd CA1I4* Other Hoorn. ▲ telegram from Danville, Pennsylvania, says that the return of several protested drafts to the hanks there show that somo person giving the nine of David Loeb, and claiming to he the son of Jacob Ixoeb, or that place.has been swindling the merchants ef New York and other cities. His nlan seems to be to buy goods and nave them shipped there authorising the victims to draw on him, and then to borrow a sum of money, wblcn he asks to have included in the draft. A gang of gypsies, having with them a child supposed to have been abduoted, has caused much excitement In Esopus, New York, within two or three days. It is said that a number of the oltlsenH attempted to investigate the matter, but upon seeing six abie-bodled men and twelve dogs they g ave unthe job and communicated with the >wn officials, who promised to make an In* vestigation. Jacob Kleler, his two sons, George Hllll* ker and wlfls, and Nathaniel Wenghtwere drowned on Monday night by the upsetting ol a boat while shad Ashing on the Hudson river near Yerplanck Point. Two passenger trains on the Cincinnati, Washington andBaltlmoreRailroad collided, Athens, Kentuosy, on Monday after noon. John Dillon, the conductor, was la tally injured Several passengers sutlered slight Injuries. Secretary Lincoln has written a letter to the Prosldent, requesting the appointment or a court martial to investigate the charges brought against Judge Advene OAural Swaim. The Court will meet in Washington on the 6th of May. John Coyle, Jr., was hanged yesterday at Gettysburs, for the murder of Emma Myers, who had refused to marry him. olalmed that Coyle was insane, but alter au examinat'on ot his case, the Governor re fused to Interfere. It Is reported from the City of Mexico that a hand of rebels against the Governor in the btate of Guervero have been defeated, with a loss of 62 killed. The tight took place on the 2d Instant. at near It was The jury for the trial of Kugg, at Hunter's Point,Long Island, was completed yesterday morning, and the examination of witnesses was begun in the afternoon.' pplv steamer Alert, the gift he Oreely roller expedition, morning. The Arctic su of England to t arrived in New York; yesterday alter a stormy passage of 24 days. A lire at Millvalo,n#ar Plttftmrg.yesterday morning, destroyed Bauer A Oesterling's planing mill, a stable and a quantity ol lum ber, causing a loss of $26,000. The village ot Wamsleyvllle, in Adams burned on Monday. Loss, County, Ohio, $2$,(MU, THE NEW CHIEF. The Appointment Made Last Even ing. Seth Feaster, to whom the position ot Chief of Police was tender#t, having positively declined to accept It, the Mayor issued the following order last evening : *• Sergeant Hugh McConnell Is hereby ap t olnted to be Chief of Police vice James L. lawkins, resigned. Patrolman James B. Tucker is appointed Sergeant vice Hugh Mc Connell,promoted. They will be obeyed and respected accordingly." Chief McConnell In a native of Philadel phia, and received his education in the pub lic schools of that city W lien but a boy be came to this city and obtainod employment as a stitcher in a carriage manufactory. For some years provious to his appointment as Sergeant by Mayor Wales, in 1882, he was employed by McLeur A Kendall in the trim ming room. He was a steady, industrious workman,and won tne confidence and esteem of his em ployers,and since he has been on the force has proved himself an aide and efficient officer. He la a strict temperance man, and his and self-possessioa under trying circum stances hut* been shown on several occasions. He Is courteous and polite to All who have business, but a strict disciplinarian. Jp.mes B. Tucker who has been advanced to the position made \acant by Hugh Mc Connell's promotion,is about 25 years of age, and a Delewarean by birth. He served an apprenticeship at painting in this city, and alterwards was employed by the P., W. &i B. Railroad Company. appointed a patrolman by Mayor Wales In June, 1882, and entered upon the discharge of his duties July 1st following. excellent officer, and will ,\ He He has proved no doubt perform the duties of his new posi tion in a satisfactory ami creditable manner. Alleged Cruelty foSoldleru. Dayton, O, April 22. -For some time past cit izen" of this city have been complaining about the alleired brutall'y of General M. K of the National bobbers' maids Ho* inmates. Helms •ensed of uorerninp the place with ty )led men until the with them, while ami other places •n, it is said, have been Patrick, Gove Home, nc Leun ac ranny. dlseh'irfrlnK crlpn county Infirmary Us tilled others lay In Hati of rpfuKe. Im dlsi-lMirjced from the institution lor seme tri lling Icaufcc, drummed from camp at the point of the bayonet, and while entitled to the'prlvl lejres of tl The matter has come up Managers of National Solders' Hot: have taken a great deal of testimony, the matter rest*. In the pant few days Pat rick, it is said, has discharged eight . Lieutenant John B. Faga i, who lo-1 an arm. was diseharg unonstrated against hiring a su be paid out of Ills pension, be personally was not able to do James McGuire, also of New York, for coming iu late on a pass, was confined in the guard house twenty days before he was disch The citizens here have notified Congi In Wasldr home, refused admittance. store »h** Board of i. who h.nitute, he hfi.fi lie lal endeavoring , and the aid of Mm House, to have / at rick rcnio The imtllutluii is for helpless soldiers, am always been a home for 5 060 of them, but e Pat'iek has been Governor It lias been gov e-» according to the rub s and articles • ; ! . dred inmates, ii Is c Five li conside. ed pri. rs. I'WOTbuSN Huuge.l Vienna, April 22.—Hugo Schenea and Karl Hcldossarek, the notorious murderers of nt girls, were hanvod to day. Schenck profefcsed to be a free-thinker ami asked that a philosopner Instead of a priest might he sent to consult wlrh him, but ho afterwards par took of the sacrament aud prayed with a priest throughout the night. Karl Kchenek. a brother of Hugo, who was also implicated to a certain extent with Hugo and SchluMi rok in their murder league, has been incar cerated for life. ie ILuie Loan JHeetlnv Friday evening, April 25th, at Artisans' Saving Bank. Third series first run out in 10 years, 7 months, earning over 10 per cent, per annum for the stock holders. Persons wanting to borrow at a low premium to obtain tor themselves a home* will do well to attend. Geo. \V. Bush, President ;E.T.Taylor,Secretary ; John W. Lawson, Treasurer. A Hare C'nr© for Corns. Get your shoes from Lednum & Co. 221 West Eighth street. A large stock to select from. Prices the very lowest. Custom work and repairing done. Per fect fit guaranteed. UooU Advice. The Athletic base ball club advises the members of the Wilmington club to smoke Staneburv Murray's Wales 6-eont cigars, it they hope to win the championship ponnant. They are sold at No. 194 East Front street. More Choice Waitings. Just received at the Central Tailor Store, 7th and Market. Come quick while the ball is rolling. Feud Carson, Tailor. For Rale Cheap. A three spring covered wagon, Biuta* hie for butcher or store delivery. Sold for want of use. Tatuall Bros., 101 Maryland avenue. Plnnoa Hud Oritan.. Buy only WilooxAWhiteOkoan. F. A. Nohth & Co , 713 Market Btreet. W. H. Mullen, Manager. U<> t« F. A. Norlll dc C.'l For the Wilcox & White organs, and Hazelton Br os, pianos. Try Bush's coal; vou will like It. s srwiu Mniui. Hew The incretttnjr AeAintt tor T. W. Him ward'll coal, Hour and feed ban cam pelled the neceeeity for quick com munication with all parte of the city. Office and Btore No. 713 Went Front atreet. Telephone call, No. 251). All order m promptly delivered. Fbotograpue * Reduced In prloes. Fine re-touched caolnet reduced from *6,00 per dosen to $8.00 per dosen. Card photographs finely re-touched, reduced from $2.60 per docen to $1.60 per doe en. T. G. Holland, photographer, gallery 807 Market street. Bead TUI*. , , . and then call at the Coal and Flour Depot, No. 713 West Front street, for the beet goods at prices to enit both the buyer and seller. She war 1. Painting. T. Danner, 510 Market street, is etill alive and ready to do all kinds of paint ing and graining. Jobbing a specialty. Bargains I Bargains! 1 For the next thirty days in cigars and tobacco, to make room for new stock, at 106 Er st Second street. Mllboarae. Try the Mil bourne floor, the best, and cheapest in the city, at Kimble's, Front Madison streets. and Lookout* PAtutin*. W. 8. Simmons, house and sign pain'* ng, graining, glazing, etc. Brick stain* log aspecialty. Shop, 716 Shipley street. Coni, Cool. Call telephone 247 for the best coal for lamilv use: also lime, sand, etc. Burke & KeLuin. King and ltailroad. Reduced ! Mclnall's celebrated Worm Syrup, now 25 cents, made only by N. B. Dan forth, corner Second and Market. Redaction in Flour. Tatnall Brothers have reduced the price of all their grades of Hour, 101 Maryland avenue. T. Ferry'■ Carpet Cleaning works at Eleventh and Jackson streets. Send for a circular. Painting. House and sign painting by Walter Joseph, at 122 Market atreet. « nt II.y at Kimble's, Frontand Madison streets. Miss Emma E. Gregg, an experienced teacher of instrumental music and voice culture, at 412 East 9th street, so licits students. The worst cases of Dyspepsia can I* cured by using Clarke's Vegetable Compound, as thousands can testify that have been cured by its use. Try it. Elegant toilet soaps, handkerchief extracts and toilet powders for sale by ,1. R. Hartman, druggist, corner Fifth and Poplar. Kendall's Spavin Cure, Kendall's Blister and Flint's Horse Powder at Taylor & Fullerton's, 302 King street. A!1 kinds of job printing done at the Rei diilican Office. Good work and fair prices. A safe, agreeable and certain cure for coughs and colds is Canada Pine Syrup. Twenty .five cents. For good photographs try Westcott & Cummings, 302 Market street. They use the new and instantaneous process. Canada Pine Syrup Ih a great ene my to spring colds or long standing coughs. Holland takes pictures in cloudy weath er as well as clear, by the instantaneous process. Gallery, 307 Market street.. Circulation, 7,000. The Danger or Dali Flaj'ng. It is said that many of the accldeut insurance companies will not insure a professional base ball player, although they do not hesitate to take risks on who work in powder mills. It may seem strange that ball playing should he considered more hazardous tbau making explosives, but the ineur ance people argue that while powder making is dangerous, it is to be pre sumed that the men themselves, as well as their empioyi rs.will take every preeautlon to prevent an accident, and hy ratet'ul attention to their duties are seldom injured. But it is not so with the ball players, lor no matter what precautions they take they are always getting their hands burst opeD, fingers broken, or faces out, aril are thus pre vented from playing. If they were in sured in an accident, company, the lat er would he obliged to pay the players a certain amount of money weekly While on the sick list. Insurance men say ihat, the risk on baseball men is too great lor them to take. men 1 vrr Active (HMlIsts. DuriUN, April 22.—A number of rifle cartridges have been found at tho Four Courts. The officers of the Court and the jurors have received threaten ing letters. Notices have been found in Mucnix Bark, near the spot where Lord Frederick Cavendish and Under Secretary Burke were assassinated, de claring that the Invincibles are im pregnable. They were on mourning paper, to which rifle cartridges were attached, tied with green ribbon. They were distributed along the road from Beggar's Bush to Phoenix Park. Some were found in the quays, others in the letter boxes of the newspaper offices. The words, "We will have revenge," were written in red ink. In one corner was a black and white cross. Retiring Ihe Trade Dollar. Washington, April 22 — TheSena'e Committee on Finance this morning took up and discussed ior an hour and a half the House bill providing for the retirement and recolnage of the trade dollar. An understanding was reached that if the bill was reported at all it should contain a provision similar to that in the original bill, which was stricken out in the House, providing that the amount of silver received umier the provisions of the act should be deducted from the monthly purchase of bullion, uuder present laws for the coinage of standard dollars. Final action was postponed for a week. " Little drops of water, little grains of sand Make the mighty ocean, and the pleasant land." If you wish to see a nice lot of sand just come dowu to Philip Combs & Co's coal yard, Eleventh and Church streets. Wo have sand for paving, sand for cement, sand for mortar, sand for plas tering ( white), sand for scouring floors and children's faces, sand by the boat load, 55 tons (2,500 lbs. to ton), sand by the single pound—in fact any wav you want it. We guarantee it to be the very best, and will sell it cheap. Don t for get that we will send you coal in boxes if you wish. Don *t Lae Liniments op Ointment*. Oae Benson's Uarclne Porous Flatter Is better than all the grea^ compounds you can carry. 26o. ; A New ldne Of Pantaloons just, received at the Oen tral Tailor Store, 7th and Market. FEED Oak son, the Tailor. K Sun rises 6.11. Sun sets 6.45 of , (Jbrlitfiold A Best. Agent* for Donlap'i Hals. Romford Brother*, II at ter a. Intelligence office, 511 Shipley street, flood cheap baby carriages, 99c. store. Coal, Hour, feed, Sheward, 713 W. Front, city Laundry, Sixth and Shipley streets. Millard F. Davis, jeweler,9 E. 2nd street. Wringers sold and repaired, at 313 Shipley G. S. Humphrey A Bro.,hatters, 302 Market Flue 18 K. Kings, at iianf, 16 E. Fourth it Brasilian Balm, cou ghs and colds, 10 cts Lightning rods put up by W. J. Morrow' In the midst of oil-region life we are in mud. It is the short-heirol men who have no obildren. Go to West's, 618 Market street, for base ball goods. Go to West's, 618 Market street, for cigarg and tobacco. Go to West's, 618 Market street, for sport ing goods. Go to West's, 618 Market street, for the Sunday papers. Cheap flour and teed, Kimble, Front and Madison streets. "Insane '' murderers always select the smartest lawyers to defend them. Dr. Gannon may be consulted at his office No. 1824 Camac street, Philadelphia. The Norristown Herald came to-day ad dressed to "Oil City, New Jersey," This call3 for blood. Cyclones are becoming so plenty out West that almost every poor family can atlord to have one. Youog man, please remember that in ordt r to make your mark you must first and at all times toe It. No one Is ever troubled with ennui in Washington. There is always something to muse over. Take your babies to Holland's, 307 Market street, and havo tneir pictures taken by the Instantaneous process. Hweet Conclusion.—"So far so good,'' as the boy said when he bad finished the first pot of his An Irishman says be can reason why women should not be allowed to become medical men. A drunken lawyor ment by the judge, who told him he couldn't serve two bars at the same time. Asthma and itronahitisj cured by Dr. Kinu'h Nbw Discovkky for Consumption.— Trial Bottles free. N. B. Daniorth. mother's jam. no earthly chocked In his argu "It was only footing one of your late Bills," remarked a fond father to ht» daughters i er kicking her sweet William out of the front door. Keeping a losing busiuess. pays for what ho eats ho is certain to Bleep on tick. Having bought a job lot of bill-heads and cards cheap, we will give those who wish printing the advantage in the money saved, at tho Republican office. a boarding-house will always bo tor even If a boarder Now Is the time to visit your friends in the old country. 8. F. Betts,agent for the Ainerl x,..u line or steamers will give you a ticket for $17, from Philadelphia to Liverpool or Queeastown. Call quick, before the price goes up,at 619 Market street. Adams express office. political. A State election was held yesterday in Louisiana, a Governor being chosen and several amendments to the State Constitution voted upon. Election* were also held in the different parishes for local officers. The Repiih icans generally supported the citizens' candi dates, and many reform Democrats in New Orleans voted for Stevenson, .he Republican candidate for Governor. The returns are very meagre, much scratching having been done, and it was impossible to give any estimate last night. A possible contest is fore shadowed In New Orleans by the ex pulsion Irom the polls of inspectors of election appointed hy the Mayor. The Republican Conventions of the Fifth, Seventh and Ninth Con, resslonai Districts of Masssachusetts yesterday elected Edmunds delegates to the Chicago Convention The Republican Convention of the Eleventh Massachusetts District chose uninstructed delegates, but they are understood to favor Edmunds. The Republican Conventions of Ann Arundel, Cecil, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomica, Garrett ami Washington Counties, Maryland, yesterday instruc ted their delegates for Blaiue. The Republican District Convention ot Mississippi met yesterday and elected delegates to Chicago. The delegat. s are classed as 13 for Arthur, 1 for Blaine, "and4for Logan The Prohibition State Convention ol New Jersey met yesterday In Trenton, elected delegates to the National Con vention to meet at Pittsburg, and adopted energetic temperance resolu tions. The Prohibition Stale Convention ot Texas met on Monday evening in Paris, about. 75 delegates and 300 auditors being present. President, mad.) en ing the passage of the proposed pro hibition amendments to the Stale Con stitution. second choice. ' ■ V, the K. Ii. Dolu address advocai Haim Miul H'ad. It baa been the faHbiou to hand work from head work, i two were incompatible One w borern and mechatiiCM the ot 1 er for pro fesnional and literary people ; one for the poor, the oilit*'. for the rich. Hut. leaning lhai their ion i the only means of Rin-kin truly ' We want one man to be al epirate if Ihe for la 'HH we are gradually harmonious the perfection of either, says : " We w:.: * ' ways thinking, and another to be ai ways working, and we call one a gen tleman and the other whereas th be thinking anil the the thinker olten to be working, and both should be gen tlemen in the best, sense. The mass ot society is made up of morbid thinkers ami miserable workers. It is only by labortbat thought can be made healthy, and onlv by thought that labor can he made happy, and the two cannot be separated with impunity." operator ; •kmau ought of en to BnslneNN Fall ares. Cochran & Young, wholesale rag ami dealers of Erie, Penna., have paper failed. Their liabilities are stated at 1135,000, assets at $100,000. The liabilities of Davis & Taylor, sus pended flour and grain dealers of Boston and Lawrence, are estimated at $400, 000, and the assets at, nominally, $300, 000 . The liabilities of Cassells, Stimson & Co., suspended leather merchants of Montreal, are now estimated at $400, 000 of which . $110,000 is One to the Merchants' Bauk and $130,000 to the Bank ofCommerce. Nichols & Mills, lumber dealers, of Albany, New Ycrk, have made siunment. Their liabilities are estima ted at $125,000; assets unknown. HH To Down Town Patron*. Remember that t he Branch Store of the Great Tobacco Mart Is at No. 5 East Third street, where we have not the largest but the best assortment of To bacco aud Cigars In the State, which will sell at ruinous prices. Chapman. Bush's ooal is the kind you want. we WILMINGTON—ATHLEIIC. TUKVMTOB8 C!AKBY OFF THE llUMiUMA LARGE AUDIENCE PBFAENT. Fully l,Ko people assembled at Union street base ball grounds yesterday afternoon to witness the game between the Wilmington club and the Pliila. Athletic, the champion of the American Association Nolan and Cusick were the battery for the home team,and as most of the visiting team had faced Noian before they had but little diffic Ity in hitting him twelve bits with a total of fifteen bases being made off him. Cusick caught we 1 behind the k bat.but was a little wild in throwing to the buses. Nolan's delivery was al*o wilu. Hllsey pitched for the visitors and the Wilmington boys eould not "catch" on to his delivery, although Nolan and Burns succeeded in getting clean hits for two bases off him, while Lynch Casey, Kantian and McOloskey got in sin gles but the hits were scattering, they only succeeding lr> scoring one run. Tho game opened w th the home team at the bat. and LyDCh made a hit but was left. For the visitors, aided by a base on balls and an error Stovey scored a run In the second inning, by six singles, a couple of errors and a pass ed ball or two caused by a wild pitch, the visitors scored »' runs. In the fifth innuing they scored another r ri on three hits and a par-oil ball, while their last two tallies were added on a single by Bircnall, a double by tovey and a triple by Houck, with the as sistance oi|i|pas-ed ball. I he home team scored their single run in the seventh inning when McOloskey reached first on a sate hit, stole second and came In on a double by Hur s over the right field fence. With the exception of the second in ning the game was well played throughout, but it wh.-< evidently an •• o " day lor the Wilmington boys, as but little batting was done. i ounell, of Philadelphia, one of theAmeri can Association umpires, acted in that ca , pacity yesterday, and with one or two excep tions, gave general satisfaction. In two instances he was jeered by the "hood lum*" in a disgraceful manner, but when his decisions became impartial, quiet was re stored and the proceeded without fur ther difficulty. The score follows : 15001 200 x—9 00000010 0—1 Earned runs—Athletic. 3 : Wilmington, 1* I wo-buse hits—Stovey, Nolan. Burns. Three base hit—Houck. Lett on bases—Athlet e, 6 : Wilmington, 8. Struck out—Athletic; 6 : Wilmington, 3. Bases on balls—Stovey, Knight. Passed lulls- O'Brien, H ; Cusick, 1. Wild pitches—Hilsoy « : Nolan, 2. Er • Athietic. 9 ; Wilmington, 6. Fiys cauobt—Athletic, 15 ; Wilmington, w. Time of game-One hour and forty-five minutes. Umpire—Connell, of Philadelphia. GAM US KLSKWHKHB. Baltimore—Buttalo. 12 ; Baltimore, 8. Philadelphia—Keystone, 15: Haltlmcre U., 5 ; Philadelphia, 0 ; Lancaster. 0. New York—Boston, 2 : Metropolitan. 5. Lancaster, Pa—Active of Reading, 18; Ironsides, 3. or Athletic Wilmington NOT**. The Wilmington club will play the strong row afternoon, and not dously announced. Chester ciub tins afternoon, • This ciub lias ia it Deasley and Bertlcback of last season 'j Active and Mer. ltt clubs, respect Ively. william F.Sharsig, one of the managers of the Athletic, vtewtd yesterday's game from the reporters' stand Mr. Campbell,'.of tho I'hlladelpia Item, the official ecorer of the Athletics, was also present. The Quickstep txed yesterday with the f dlowfng p'ayers : Pitchers, James Kelly, Elmer McCall at/d William McOloskey , atchets. William Shields and John McCa i ateur e'ub was organ Kclrln. ; lb Frank Kelly ; 2*>., Oharlon Wulton ; William McUull.n : r. I, Murk*: 1. 1, Harry Pierce Tke places e! rltrht field and Hbcrt atuii will tie filled alternately uy dillereiit mrmfirre of especial olial H. the battery. They issue lenge to SmlthV c^nd street nine and de sire to ploy any first-class amateur club in tr out of the cit on enclosed grounos. Al* cominuni *atw" s ii d challenges should i»e addressed to C Walton, c.pfuin of the (MU!i, at its headq jarter at tho cigar store o! J T. Wes t, at No. 618 Market street. A MARYLAND Di ll Two Drolher.-ln.lBW untie nn old Fend lo the Road-One of Them a Mortal Wound. K«sm Hai.timo — With plbtolb hr /fprfl 22.—A desperate duel irotUeis-Jn-law estfrday \ lb;, in Haiti more ('• •k< ling i,t of the d lead d bv the Ore •Milt d iu tl P' i the nf one of the participants other. The affray look pi ink' from a tiilaud Finn Ash ii'iu I on Company, s he parlies were Joshua Gill and Charles Gill Ik in the employ of the AhIiIh p.niyand married Brown's siMf •r. is a rollicking, good-natured Iff ally liked He in about 45 and h man of powerful build. if age and works iu existed In particularly d diaries ade bv the 'tr: I Hit after Gill had f the house, down the e Orejro d lire lie Gat fe l *f •< B tin* V "•S p! s the family, ai l»l IU r t/utv, e< Joshua Gill at*have been 1 1 Ye di 'll lug aln t the tori vep-st Brow l! dn th d. Br< P . 1 . • 1 mid into the ttl v. and the this (/ill paid f r for Ids brother I at Gill aitgril 1 shot • fter him. io Brown lal i 1 Ii. hal n|; he in Hie afternoon. Gill c • ti driving past, b anding on the bank. Brown nn' waiting, pistil in ha id. Mwais Rite him Brown opened tire at ge with his revolver. At the first as be the tt M I t i ml, a d J Just then Br< a bullet whUtlfd instantly followed ihii'li just missed ith mark. •eh tu bhoot just as Brown ill leaped to Mu g he drew hb revol sh" did hd kid Kid* pi* . I bis w MU 1 third 6ho Gi.l conin'e th lire again. rapiu succ sslon, •com! report Brown reeled ami •ftviiv against the bank as his wife, n .ssi-d he shooting from the open her husband's assU iee but l Gi I only tl Mi ! aggered "» mi had wit n r of the hoiibc ■ i taui'e. Gill mounted his *c Cockeysville and on Brown f raseaui' wt in a.toweriiiK rage him was utterly un shot back in order to that lime lie did not k wound wat. The warrant w j of t! *nd drove away to vlaint iigaiiibt. intent to kill. He was „, said the assault upon provoked and that lie pad life At how scrlousBrown's issu'd. About le mcmbiu s of the w und b famtlv ne t for Magistral e T. J*. off ocfeev^eville, with the statement ms d'ing. Ids Dor^c that h The Havin'r tr at deposit • at'ended to take Ills »t th re Kr *wn hen lie r condition. d wa* niun ; GIM, to.'iwait the result of the in h The shoot In tr an otHeei hiim>elt'up •• itti ie cry low, and li « slide. • 1 ordered by the Magistrate ook him into custody. lie gar a word. To-night Bro very is almost unpos congress Yesterday. In the U S. Senate on Tuesday, Mr. Blnir, from the Commit' snd Labor, reported favorably the bill creating n commission to inquhe into and report upon the material, industrial and in t llectu'il progress made by the colored peo ple of the Tolled Mates since the year 1865. The resolution admitting to the floor of the senate tlio Commissioners of Agriculture whs passed, with an amendment giving a similar privilege to the Secretary of the Smithsonian Institution. The Semite then went into executive session. When the doors were ic-openeo. nearly three hours after wards, the Senate proceed© d to the con sideration of bills on the calendar, several bills had been disposed of tho Chair presented the Pleuro-rneumonja bill, so that it will come up as the unfinished busimss on Wednesday The Senate then adjourned. n the House, Mr. Dingley, of Maine usked unanimous consent fur tne conside ation of the bib authorizing thcSecretnry of theTrea sury to invest the lawful money deposited in the r i reasury by National banks for the re tirement ot their circulating notes. Mr. Weller of Iowa, objected, so the bill taken up. r. G'NolU, of Pennsylvania, presented the protest of the Philadelphia Board of Trade against the increase of the silver coinage, and resolutlor a of the Phil adelphia Commercial Exchange in favor of Lowoll Bankruptcy bill. On motion rf Mr Morrison, of Illinois, it was decided to hold night sessions until further notice for eneral debate on tho Tit riff bill. The House then went into a Committee of tho Whole on tho Tariff, with Mr. Cox of New York in the chair. The Tariff bill was discussed by Messrs. Wellborn of Tex-s, McKinley of Ohio, and Herbert of Alabama, after which tho Committee rose The Pension Appro priation bill was considered in Committee of the Whole, reported to the Hou^o and p ss cd. A recess was then taken until evening for debate on the Tariff bill. Edueation After not the WHAT You can purchase under on* roof, without leaving your own city, and buy as cheap and get liberal credit as you can buy elsewhere by paying cash. Housekeepers' Depot. CAKi'BTB^Tapestry, 76c. to $1.00. Ingrain, 4V;. to 76'. Mattings, 15c, to 46c. Floor and Table Oil Cloths, PARLOR, DINING ROOM, CHAMBER AND KITCHEN FURNITURE! A COMPLETE LINE OF COOKING RANGES Finest assortment ot Baby Carriages in the city. SILKS, SATINS, CASHMERES, DEESS GOODS, . FEINGES, Em, ETC Passementeries,Gimps,etc„ at lowest cash prices. MILLINEEY, EIBBONS, FLOWERS. FEATHERS, HATS& BONNETS. Ladies' and Gent's Gold and Silver Watches, Brace lets, Charms, Chains and Rinses. H0SIEET, 00BSETS, UNDEEWEAE, NOTIONS, ETC. MEN'S. YOUTHS' AND BOYS' CLOTHING ! All-Wool Gassimere Suits for raeu, $7.50, $8.50 and $10.00. All-Wool Indigo Blue, wf rranted fast color, Ci A, R. Suits, $ 101 , with two setts of buttons. Fine Silk and Wool Mixed French Cassimeres, $13.00 to $19.00. Nobby Diagonals, Bas ket Worsteds and Corkscrews, f,om $10.00 to $20.00. Full line of hats, caps and gents' furnishing goods. Men's, Youths', Boys', Ladies' and Misses' shoes in great varie ty and at 1 on weekly or monthly irst illn enLa TERMS: On a bill of$10.00, $1.00 oash and $1.00 weekly. P. J.WALSH 4 CO II 506 Market Street, WILMINGTON DELAWARE.