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Another Accidental Meath Between 0 and 7 o'clock last evening, while a party of tive Hungarian tramps were walking aloug the P., W. & B. railroad tracks towards Philadelphia, Andreas Szabolesik, one of the partv, met bis death a short distance this side of Edgemoor. Just how the accident occurred cannot be definitely stated,but Ho n^ar as can be learned the men were walking on the south-bound track, when they heard an engine approaching from the rear and crossed the track im xneuutely in front of the same. They all got over safely with the exception of the deceased, who was seen to throw up his hands and throw himself flown an embankment tilled with stones, where he received a cut head and was iujured internally. The engine was No. 9t» and was run* ning empty to Chester for the purpose of taki ug Forepaugh's circus from the town, but the engineer in charge does not think the man was struck by the engine. The locomotive was stopped and the injured man taken to Huge meor and word telegraphed to this city. He was brought to the hospital here on train No. 43, which arrived at 7.40 o' clock. Dr. Kane was in wailing when the man arrived,and made an examina He expressed the opinion that the man was internally injured and that he could not survive, geriug in great pain, he died shortly after 8 o'clock and the body was remov ed to the morgue by undertaker Pal mer. non* After lin Deceased was about 8d years of age, aiul it was learned that the party were walking from Baltimore to points in Lehigh and Luzerne counties, Penn sylvania, where they expected to pro cure work. The remainder of tha party were furnished with lodgings at the lice station, and if an interpreter can procured they will testify before the Coroner's jury. Coroner Smith being notilied of the death will make a post mortem examination this morning,after which an inquest will be held. Crime In Ireland. London, April 23.—George Denman, Justice of the Courts of Common l'leas, has received a menacing letter. A de tective has been placed on duty at the Chancery Court, in which Justice Den man is sitting. * Dublin, April 25.—A man was ar rested at the Ilroadstone Railway sta tion to-day, who had dynamite iu his possession. It was rumored tit lirst that he was F. J. Sheridan, the well known Irish agitator, but this proved false. It was shown on examination that his possession of dynamite was altogether without evil intent, where upon he was discharged. A canister of gunpowder exploded this evening in the area of the barracks in Ship street, in this city. The dows of the barracks kitchen were shat tered, but although the officers were dining in a room directly abov was injured. Several pieces of nail-rod two inches in length were found scat tered about the place. Resolution Adopted. At a regular stated meeting of the trustees of Elam M. E. chape,, held at Elam, Delaware County, Ha., April 21st, Mrs. Hannah Mallisori, of 1207 "Washington street, "Wilmington, Del., having donated to said chapel a hand some silver communion set., which was presented through Mrs. George W. Todd, the following resolution was unanimously passed ami recorded in the minute* of said chapel : Resolved. That we tender to Mrs. Hannah Mallison the sincere thanks of this chapel and community for this d very appropriate gift, and truly desire that a life devoted to so useful, benevolent and praiseworthy purposes may long hi preserved '< blessed with health at d continued use fulness, and at its close, having faithfully served the church militant, may have an abundant the church triumphant. , no one munificent 1 trance into SnrprlHK Parly. Uij TLurKlay Kymirg at.out twenty rive or tiiirtv members of W.S.Godwin's class,in Union M. E. church, wi h the Rev. C. W. Prettyman ami hi, wife, called at Mr. Godwin's residence, No. 802 Jefferson street, quite unexpectedly to Mr. Godwin and hiB lady, who were completely taken hy surprise. The evenire was very pleasantly spent, and after p-rtaking of a bounti ful supply of refreshments, Kev Mr. Prettyman, on behalf of the friends of Mr. Godwin, presented him with a beautiful reclining chair as a mark of their confidence. Ane.ber D»u«hter Dead. About a week ago mention was made in t l.e li kit - nut" A 8 of the death ot Ella May liobinsoD, a daughter of William Robinson, residing in Mill Creek Hun dred near St. James' church, time of her death three other daughters and a son of Mr. Robinson were lying seriously ill with the which resembled typhoid fever, and yesterday Katie died and will he bit li ed to-mo row, the services being held in St. JameB' church The other two daughters and the son are etill very ill. At the same disease, "At l4M»t/' The second dramatical and musical entertainment to be given by Good Intent Division,No. 3, 8. of T.,on Mon diy evening next,in Odd Fellows' Hall, Third and King streets, promises to be a grand affair. 1 One of the finest tem perance dramas now before the public, illustrating the woe and crime of strong drink, will be presented in three acts, witit appropriate scenery. Binging by G. I. Glee club will be a prominent feature between acts, i t. Admission 25 cents. Don't fail to see Entertainment UHt Evening An excellent entertainment, was given the Hanover Presbyterian church veil attended. in last evening that w Mr. and Mrs. Brown, Mr. Geary and Mr. Dime I o Btrmnental music, and Miss Kate Cur rinder gave several vocal solos in an artistic manner. Several recitations were given hy Miss G. K. McGuirein a style that was both amusing ami in structive. furnished excellent i Dirty Gutters. The attenti©o of the Btreet Gommio sioner ia called to the condition of the gutters on Ninth street, and Taylor street below Poplar, and in fact to al most all the gutters in the Eighth ward. There has not been a street cleaner iu that vicinity for months, and were it t, that the women residing in those localities turn out and act the part of scavengers two or three times a week, the stench would he intolerable. n Wanted. Two well-appearing young men to canvass to families ; salary and com mission. Inquire Saturday evening from 7 to 8, or Monday morning before fl o'clock. SUnsbury, United States Hotel. A Word to the Wlie, Pay ub a viiit and we will be happy to Bhow you the brightest things in wall popera ever seen by »n admiring public. Ball & Oo., 610 Market street. Paalor to be IaaMllad. The Installation of the Kev. Robert W. Beers, the newly elected pastor of the Presbyterian church,at Klkton.Md., will take place next Wednesday, April 30th at 8 p. in. The Kev. W. XV. Heberton will preside and propound the constitutional questions, and the Kev. A. N. Keigwiu of this city will preach the sermon. The charge to the people will lie delivered by the Kev. W. W. Keene of Galena, Md., and the charge to the pastor by the Rev. J. H. Nixon, I). 1>. The congregation at Klklou occupies one of the flneatcburch edifice* on the Peninsula. It li entire ly free from debt, is centrally located, and is in every respect admirably adapt ed for the ub* to which it is dedicated. The new pastor is to be congratulated on the auspicious circumstances under which he commences his ministerial labors. Factory Work and Pipe t overmu. James F. Wooil & Co. have just finished a lot of cotton cans for one of the Ilraudywine cotton mills. Also covered steam pipes with mineral wool and metal casing lor one of our large manufacturing liruis. The Messrs. Wood & Co. are kept busy, owing to the great variety of work they do. Having no specialty they work at any thing In the metal line. They are re ceiving many orders tor tin rooting and their patent corrugated rain spouts, which appear to tie the favorite among the people. Mllll Booming. The Delaware Watch clubs are still in progress and three watches are reek. The clock trade jlveu out every is aIbo booming and the people appreci ate low prices. M. F. Davis,No. *J East. Second street, can well afford to sell at a discount of 20 per cent, as his ponses arc small compared with souie others. He employs competent work men, and all repairing in the jewelry Hue is done in a first-class manner and warranted to give satisfaction. ( barged WltliAMsnil. James H. Hudson, a colored man, was before Judge Cummins lasteveniug charged with committing an assaultou Catharine Daley, a white woman living Greelly street. The case was partially heard last evening, and continued until this morning, when Walter Bacon, Esq., appeared for the prisoner. After hearing several witnesses the Judge said he would dismiss the case ou the defendant paying the costs. tw Long at the Republican oltio* if they want 12 beautiful roses tor a dohar or other fiowers or garden shrubK. on Temperance To-morrow Nlglit. The \V. C. T. U. No 2, will hold its monthly temperance meeting in the Union M. 1'. Church French street, be Eighth ami Ninth, tomorrow evening. Owing to the neceHHary ab Hence of the Pastor, Rev. G.Y. Peterson, r will conduct the ill have several speak Henry WMorro exercises and on hand to make short addresses Klntralnr rolneldenee. One day intheearly part of this week three aged men died in Denton, Mary land, within a few hours of each ofch Den wood Long, aged 84 Fountain, aged 89,|iud years of age. They ill and favorably known in .•ctiou, where they had lived for They w year* : Will it a in. *8 Uarbei were all that SK years. Koni n Here. The first consignment of roses from the Cbambersbnrg nursesies hat and those who first jsted to call for them, send in their orders to Messrs. Mersey uhscribed i i re Let others A KerloiiM Fall. afternoon as Mrs. L Ye* 1 ding on WII ' Ifscending a (tight ith, I fell Ith a sndde • 1 . Ken les y p.m exainli d t.i the tlo r. d< 1 •d •I; her sh..Hide •ceded in re •d tha di ttiuglt At II a* could b ehe was doing as expected. A Fine Team. As of Frl ay Tli,- West < iM-sw-r I.ot al N •»J'6: W. Y. Warner, of Wilmington, drov a that place to W est (Jh< ul pair of the trip, Hi miles, In onehou minutes. This beautiful spa this winch Uiildi I thirty-rtv» lioraes have ing fr , i. a beaullf gentle i obi by Mr. W»i , and are now be that their way I rltv.' Leather Wedding. Mr. and Mrs. John V- Sheppy celebrated the third' anniversary of their wedding lust evening at the residence of A I* Beecher,No. 218 West Ninth street. A number of invited guests were present and a pleasant evening - is spent, City Mission, Second and Washington streets. Preaching at 10.30 a. m., ami 7.30 p. \. Sunday school at 2 p m. ServlceB at 3 Low down grates at Schoen's, 415 Market street and 414 Shipley street. HEATHS. the 22 d Inat., Sallle I'OX ln this city, ibiualiter ol Richard and Sarah Jane In the 17th year of her age. it friends of the family are « The relat.ves spec,[fully invited to attend the funeral No. Sunday afternoon. 3 o'clock. from the r Hi encc of her brother-in-h 621 East Nixtb street. Services at Scott M. E. church at Interment at Kiyerview cemetery. Mother weep not lor thy daughter, though phe is no more. She has left thee behind, but has gained the blessed shore, And lives Will Id heaven, where she ev With her dear Redeemer.through eternity. Weep not again do I say, for 1 see the sweet Smiles on her countenance play : Her joy has begun, her sufferings are past. And the bliss that she feels forever will last. Friend. I HILLING—On the 2f tli Inpt,, Lillie Ann OMling. wife of John (tilling in the 63d year of her age. Relatives an.l friends are vited to attend the funeral. .lence of her hue! on Sunday afternoon. 27th inst, at 2.30 o' clock Interment at Rivtrview cemetery. There ifl no death in Heaven, For they who gain that shore, Have won their immortality, And they can die no more. Farewell, mother dear, farewell. * [pectfully from the in resl 1. 711 Locust stroet. TAYLOR—On the 25th Innt., Foter Taylor, in the 80th year of his age. Relatives and friends of the family speetfully Invited to attend the funeral from h'F late residence, N. W. corner Seventh and Church street, re Tuepdiiy tifternoon, hl:i.3,j ' clock. Interment at .Jl,t Swe.les feme I tery. lilNDUKY—In iffiilaSeli.hia, on tbo loth InHt.. Mrs. Susanna S. Ilfmiley ,Iaui?hter ol the late Thomas It. .llffini?, oI this city, In the "1st year ot her age. W A N T E 1J—Al.l. HOUSEKEKPBBS to know hat they can have lounge* upholstered for $3.6<; chairs caned,^60c. Jh. Furniture of all kinds promptly re nal red. K. F. HAMILTON & CO., 209 Went Eighth Btreet. a26-lm F or bale.—one portable boil •r, SCO lbs.: 1 cast tire pan, 1200 lbs.: 1 oust fire pan. 800 lbs. 1600 boxes In stacks. Will be Bold low. Apply atS. E, corner 2d and Poplar streets. a2ft-eod-tf W ANTED-A CARRIAGE PAINTER. Good job and wages. Address at once SAMUEL LAOKLEN, Toughkenainon, Pa., or Bellah A Go.. 3d and French. a20-2tf K SALE—A LOT OF WINDOW frames, sashes and doors. Will sell oheap. Gall at No. 8 E. 2d street, a26-eod-tf F° W ANTKD-A MIDDLE-AGED Wo man for general housework at hotel in Newport. a20 4t* F. A. STURGEON. lirANTED-BOA KDER8. PLEASANT YV rooms and bath. Also table board. Excellent location. 91® Orange street,20-l2tj n U In 3-button are now offering a kid glove in black and all the desirable spring shades at 50 CENTS ft PAIR, of would sell for $1.00. These gloves possess merit and will give satisfaction. Just try a pair oi them. CROSBY & HILL, 220 and 222 Market Street. Hamburg Embroideries Just received a large lot oi Hamburgs, newest and most beautiful styles; cheaper than No ladv can afford to ever. purchase these goods without looking at our large assort ment, which will he found satisfactory as to price, style and quality. " CROSBY & HILL, 220 and 222 Market Street. LACES. I ! We have just made large additions to this department, and are now offering beauti ful lines of Esourial Spanish and SpanishGiupure,Maltese, Alencon, Antiqu* Oriental, Pompadour, Torcb'.qi etc., Fichus, Collars, Epaulets stc. Beautitul Wide Trimming Laces, at i i 11 i So Cents a Yard, ft Marvel ofCheapness ,) I CROSBY & HILL, 220 and 222 Market Street. CORSETS. We liave in stock the Mad am Foy Com tort Hip Corsets, also Dr. Warner's ( elebrated Corsets, for ladies' and misses' wear, as well as the best cor set in the United States for 50 Cents a Pair. CROSBY & HILL, 220 and 222 Market Street. in Table Linens, Toxvels, Napkins, Hosery, Under wear, Ribbons, Handker chiefs, Small Wares,Buttons, Dress Goods, Silks, Black Cashmeres, etc. m & k MARKET STREET, If ikwi svMimnr. DMiraellvs rireo-A PrUo right— Tbc Us«a>*ios>PlcM« Wslhlai Notch—Other Miscellaneous Jot tings. The New York Stato ear alt are to be offi cially opened on the Oth of May. The clothing store of J. Koch A Company, In Akron, Ohio, was.burued yesterday. Loss. 947,000. Thu taw mill of Wolverton A Tlneman, in WUllainsport.Fenna., was burned yesterday Loss, 140,000. Thu passage of the Straits of Mackinaw was successfully made by a steam barge on Thursday evening. George Oresinan, Aesessor and Collector of trial lor •* de Salt Lake County, Utah, it fault on collections ol 113,000." Congressman Keegan, of Texas. Chairman Commerce, it of the House Committee dangerously ill In Washington. The holler ol a saw mill at Liberty Center, Ohio, hurst yesterday, killing the engineer named liackett, and the head sawyer, Win. Howe. The total loss of the fire In Fell street,New York, on Thursday night, is now estimated at i6«,400. Two firemen were dangerously and uue was slightly injured . The American Oak Leather Tannery mana gers In Cincinnati say they have insurances in ys companies, amounting to *14* ooo,which the burned portion of the loss their factory. John Henderson, colored, was lynched *t Thursday, for having white girl. The glrl'i father, Duvt*, iSSiSntl'pl. o assaulted a Bolivar, M criminally expected to live, led the lynchers. oho is A contagious disease, resembling pleuro pneumonia, has appeared among the cattle in Washington County, I'enim. Veterinary have recommended Governor PalU son to i|uarant ine the district. The trial of frank James at Huntsville, Alabama, for complicity in the Muscle Shoals robbery, iu DM. resulted yesterday in a verdict of not guilty. James was im mediately arrested by the Sheriff oi Cooper County, 5lisso For the six days go-as-you-please pedes trian match to begin in Madison Square Garden New York, lo morrow night, the lol Kowell, 'uraou lowing contestant* am entered : Hart, Sullivan. Noromae, Yiut, Thompson, NUaw-eg-Kbuw. Klseti. Panchot. Louus berrv, Herts. Fitzgerald, Uuinpaua, Hanes d l>ay. " Billon .lark" and a hull room •lay night The com i preceded by a ball, and among the spectators around the ring were " thirty young girls ami ,-everal mothers with In fante In their arms." A number of police men were also present, but did not interfere. muds were " severely pun A prize fight betweu " Ja«k Clifford" was fought io Pittsburg test Tli hundred and twenty-one fought, and both uie lshed " a r*m»i wiii» iimiimiin. W |l A I)t.N ■ t lIn- n >n Hie ilHur, Mlti'hulIS I wliili - Col the •I 11 it li River Jo arrived : tinti U ilium e.l *t Mtteli. I 1 Nutt hidI lie e, Vtet • lillig <>l Apr Indians < ; 'eii Nhvhj A ]» I lie ll < the si li ■ I \N lill Mit.h.il, Kdw .1 Lye L Iv dhM N.ivhJou; ! i.-w-k heir gnu-, her li I rifle, am which w Indians re. Hg i tier »h. id r ng hanged. i he indi i I d«d Tin |p Ini i J in ti Heat i .r g mi hr h I. i J 1 li •Hi 11 i , to the lied H'»w. I M| Ferry .1. Mitchell, W i N Mlt'lieir ; l had kill So far ii all .1 d ■ all t loti Ihc I t.-s .h- tha I. I d» o the Be •ng. la ■ The di KHeh "tin lered rly Fort \V,b. P Fort 'N it Ills Ip I* al di\' i New Mexl foil miythlng y tie i ■d. II It. ol ■ It 'll I let. w hi Ing !*•» Ii> Mitchell'8 Mitchell wife : Edgar Mltctiell, w lie ; : Henry M hell an I Id re i wile ; I'etc hrls Joseph I Wil lam 1'oland, Wlllhon Met!. Base Ball Xew*. ve-terday an* reen the Wllinlng and i'lnl th a.lelphia Reds did This after the Active . Inh of Manay ' 'Ihe'M •luh will d take place, • W iliningto ill play k, IMdladelptiia. i .|...llun A i io Mils at wlll wi-ar by .'brlst tension ill ( lu ster, 'flic \ Isllo their new uniforms recently flehi tt Best William Hoover, of rhlla<)elphl». will pire tl this . Klchai mingtun-hnrrl&biirg games < The WUinlm clul» of i'tillMlelplii The Bradys d. St Blx ellitmp Wed lly, beginning on d J, Pierce will umpire the Wil i May 9, 10 gton elnh wUl play the 8< • ball club of New ('as at* tie ha now having the '] he following "Vii. At N. w ^ ork Metropolitan ! hall g d c 1" played y.ater •ter, Fa. -Athletic, ti: l.t 1. -t : Provide 14. At Brooklyn- Buffalo, i:t ; It At F iklyn, 3. rand RapidB, rg—Allegheny, I 3* fjierman I'oIIHch. Berlin, April 25.—Princw Bismarck is preparing a radical revision of the Constitution of the Empire, and pro poses to amend the election law, mak ing a new classification of electors, and to create a permanent military budget. Besides this he will impose upon the Deputies of the Reichstag an oath of fidelity to the Constitution, the object being to exclude Socialists from mem bership. If the Reichstag rejects these changes the German prince will be convoked, in with the terms of tne present Constitution, to fram Constitution embodying Prince Bis marck's ideas. Herr Von Puttkamer, minister of the interior, will shortly submit to the Reichstag, on Behalf of the Govern ment, a bill for the repression of An archists. accordance new Child Killed by a Dog. K, Ga., April 25.—Harrison Bar !och low, h farmer living r n County, had a 'Idle h<-was pitying in the I he in .lames Mul is. Del •ighbor, pass lie child lving in a ■.mall gully 'roin the lions . The clothing disappear. <1, Ing by. f< about 30 oy;ti ds t to xvhleli the boy bad shred , wbl ethela l'hb dywassl 1 that the ■-liild bud «t eh. wed lilts. It V ked hy a IbTee dog helongliig to h ii T be animal had chew ed through the lad's ach, wlill* in tw ipl-tces the Hcbli Imd tieen i'.-d from t lie bones of tbe leg-. The cl.iDI still alive when found, and had . trungth gli to say : "The dog did It • Ive.l just as lie was dying. Thu affair has caused the most into in tbe country, and the ux clous d"gs ban bug tg li vm Thu fatln* • iblld of •nt miiiatlon oi f. MomiiUKiil to O'CoiinwII. London, April 28.—Canon Brosnan writes to the Tablet on the result of his interviews at Rome with the American hisliops regarding the proposed erection of an Irish memorial church to Daniel O'Connell. The Archbishop of Balti more, the Canon writes, called it a great Catholic and patriotic work. The Archbishop of Chicago said ; " I will send word to Chicago to my faithful and thoroughly Irish Hock to give your great national project a geuerous re ception." Bishop Fitzgerald and Arch bishop [lyan also warmly approved of the movem ent. The Home I.uan Association. A meeting of the Home Loan Associa tion was held last evening, at which the Secretary,Geoige C. Maris, reported that the first series,ten years and seven months old, had run out,and that 10 per cent, had been earned for the stookhold About $2,000 was sold at 1 per cent premium. Fire-place beaters at Schoen's, 418 Market street and 414 Shipley street. AT Fourth and Market. In Canton Mattings we show a great variety at lower prices than we have offered tor years. Fancy Jointless (woven like a carpet, in piece),are popular this season and for those who change to Mattings in Summer there's nothing more durable in handsome new sty les at 45, 50 and (52J cents, from (>2J, 75 and 85 cents. We also offer a splendid heavy fancy matting at 25 cents, reduced from .35 cents, and by the piece 21 cents. In common er grades we show th?tn as ow as 12!, cents per yard. one 1 WM. B. SHARI', Fourth and Market, carpet rooms. In our Upholstery Depart ment we have cross stripe Turcomans in lour different styles and colorings—gen d'arme, gold, garnet and bronze—at (>0 cents per yard, 50 inches wide, which are handsome for long hangings or double doors, with walnut poles, rings, ends and brack ets complete, at 05 cents, making a very effective and moderate priced hanging There's another case of these elegant lace etamines lor up. stairs windows at 12jC. per vard. Fourth and Market. ^►DEATH T*) P L MAXWELL'S !' RE EAR ED 3GYPSUM. The 1 test jtrejtti rution in tlio world for whit<'nin<r uml coloring the walls of DWELLINGS, CJIUlt CIIKS, STORES,FACTOHIKS, MILLS and BARNS, INSIDE OR OUTSIDE, or for any purpose where IS USED. It is easily applied ; gives the walls a beautiful gloss ; will keep clean much longer thin lime ; will not crack, peel or rub off. It is, therefore, cheaper than lime, as labor costs more than the material. It applies smooth, like paint, and not, rough and coarse, like lime.— For use, reduce with water quite thin and apply with whitewash brush. announc \v are now pleased to have obtained that we SOLE AGENCY FOR DELAWARE PHILLIPS & KANE, New Paint store, 1 NO. a EAST FOURTH STREET. Wilmington. Delaware, *»-Atk your grocer for AT THIS TIME of year, your honrn neo.l a change Iron, the grain lijode, which loivo hoen given them dur fng the wlutor. A bale or two ol our CUT HAY. mixed with proper portions f BRAN AND MEAL, and a handful of ELAN-SEED MEAL U) ea°h mess, will make a marked improve whhVn *'|* elr . con( ! ,t * on - We can supply you with all tne above articles on short notice. TATNALL MOTHERS, 101 Maryland ave. Telephone 81 . HP KLINE'S GREAT NERVE RE itorer is the wonder of the age for all nerve diseases. All fits stonnaiSftM Send to Wl Arch street. PhlladelpliE£p£*' It la ■ Ureal PHj That Mr*. J»oob*' »tor«, No. 222 King Htrwt, la not larger, an ale now cannot (.how her large Block to advantage. Khe had jeeterday I.*®* Iiata,which,in 0011 - neollou with her other arltclea,require* a great deal of room for proper ills play. Call and aee her. DELAWARE Clothing House! MO. 1 EAST FOURTH STREET NO OLD-TIME HUMBUG OH SCREAM lilt, But the old-time reliable way of adver tising what we have and what we sell you our goods for. We do not advertise one thing and do another. " That is we do not advertise all-wool <L A. li. for $8 75, idler you an inferior artime and ask you more for it." But our counters, do advertise our INI>ICiC> COL ALL- Wool* " MIDDLESEX" FLANNEL (i. A. R. SI ITS F<>R $10 ■ f»0, two sets of buttons and no GIRCI'8 TICKET. A few of our BA IU J AI NS that can be bail for the price : t)R, DRESS GOODS. Cutaway**, 4 colors, 2 styles, Whip cords ami Diagonals, $10.50 to $13.50. Backs, 4 colors, 3 Htyles, Wbii cords, $ 10.00 to $13.00. Sacks, 14 styles, Cassimeres, $1.50 to $12 50. Sacks, 3 styles, Diagonals, $D 00 to $13.00. See our display to day and our $5 50 Working and Knock About Brices guaranteed. Suit. Delaware Clothing House, 1 EAST FOURTH STREET. S. MANN PROP. Tj'IRST GRAN D CONCEKT AND BALL — AT 1 UK— NEW GERMAN HALL, SIXTH STKI FT BELOW FKKNCIi, Monday Evening, ftpiil 29, TICKETS, 50CENTS, by the committee. 126 It li KKIFF'M SALE BY TIKTUE OF A s, to me directed will he exposed to Public Sale, at the Court House, ou Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the < lty ot Wilmington, 'unt ie County, Del., SATURDAY. MAY 10. isk-ft. S writ ot Levari Fee N at 2 o'clock, jv m , the following (Jescribed real estate, \lz: All thateertain lot • two-ftory tra me hous of Ian I with a n erected, iitu ate in the city of Wilmington, hounded and describe ! as follows, to wit Heuinniiiu at a point on the northerly side of Sixth street at the distance of M3 feet easterly from the east erly Hide of Scott street, thence northerly and d 12s fm t to a stake, d parallel to Sixth street another stake,thence southerly and ;t to the said t and thence o the place ol be s what they i. etc* parallel with Scott st thence easterly 18 feet parallel to Scott street. 128 f< northerly side of Sixth str* thereby westerly ]s feet ginning, be (lie coutei Book T., vol. 11. page 4: !'■ Waltoi il t.fs (i. 'i'atnail and Annie R., his , und to be sold t'\ JAMES M a R li N. Sheritt. Sherifl'R Office, Wilmin«ton, April 2fttli.lMML ery of v 26-eod t* V'OTICE-J, WM. A. SPARES, TEN ant of the Ii'mim' N I . ror. Tavloriuid ' I" Wan "I W i i III I at..- "f I itu tli* ru ■ A • li •Id.-.l i III) I shall apply Hi r tin. i —i fail D. h for N. w |U M. 1. •J M A. I*.. I! Iiu t< . r< i . tid li<> In ufi I l«g U'M be .Inti spe.'t il Flu- III the pru Dus, an.I tin I I** . ill/* fsatd u I/: Win it Wood. u*nl hull* >, R'd.I in €4. (i I' Win. Partridge, Tl Robert * 'it, F. t. rlM.'Do DhiiIdI T< lull, •Dim s it. Weils, Joseph Mu'll) Frank Itoste J..I M Irwin. William Con lex I I <1 Holland, H.Wlili Willi:. Willi Win. K. Cook Ferd. S Spark-. Jolin McHugh, Win Cox, u2fl-2t* .n B. MeKo .1 e. L. Tin Jam I'*»<> ll.rry. Win. K lor WM A. SPARKS, VOTM'E— 1, W.O. R.rOLQUHOUN, Licensed DniggUt and the owner of the iioiMje sltuat I) I e and D J'oni tre l.e S e eltv ..f d Stall liming' <ty ..I N. D. Ilia illl lie re.juI f tin ft As hlx I de • I .io:iiu Unit I ru. -nil of the lotle shall apply 1 riti b. ( (i s ulthe pi all Del nliite of 1 >ul; I 1.1 f. New t' .Mav, A. D. 1S84, 'll .-t let o ty, on M •fax,the i: ti.'lng tin to dlhimise db iiial pm i d Hull ah oliolle 11<i B|)lll.i til. foil" « for g r.'Kpi'ctahle 1 the said ap cltle tJIcutlon, VI/ : <leo. II. Ilalih, K. li. lira'll al.l w ,1 ru; I A. Vint rump, ID nry Charles, i Charles It. Jones, Vidor DuPont, N, B. Dun ortli, K. G, Burk:-, ", H. Latimer, Wm. Foole, C. C. Miles, , G'auhy, Wm. A. Bat on, ■i M I G A I . rant, Z. JamuN It'-lt, Wm. L. Buck, Sal m l • • ambers, us Weir, .1 J bn l.arkl Ed XV Thompsoi W. C. K C I.</1 not N, apan-at P UHLI. I HAI.K (IF SKUA IIS—WII. I, he sold at Mtidhnin fc. Sen's Auction Room, on JUESliAY,APRIL 2Wth,1884, ato'clock p.m., 20,000 first-class Hegars manufiictnred in this 0 l J._• .P ,aHon f or selling quit manufacturing. . Btidhain & Non. Auct'H. T HFLAKGENT an !) OOld)fe>T GLASS or r, A. Poth's celebrated lager beer r* l S # lh ®. original Boston Baked Beans to night at A. HENZE'S, 124 King it. tt26-ltj W ANTEIJ-A SITUATION MY A GOOD steady, honest boy; oan glve good ref erence Apply at 000 West Fourth street. _ a2fl-lt W ANTED-ABOUT12 LOADS OF DIRT at Fifth and Madison streets. AgflJ ii2«-:it I., w at this office. - FIFTH EDl Dots. The Young People's 1 of Union M. K. clun-U 'mSSIlS Francis Bcheu, editor Hl * l < of the " Froie Bn..*, ■■ , 1,1 I'fM, his house with an attack of ri** Mrs. William M,:(t„, Russellville, Upper Cheater County, J* a lsv , , ^ am! relatives in this city. Killer J. I,. Ktati .,1 ».u; . old Baptist meeting i„, u J jU 1 * •bove Tenth,Bum, The pupils of No,l Hohool tallied yesterday atferniHin cstlng talk by Dr. Keablcs through Ireland. were ttfc wy an its Lis Lettera of administration «d by Register li:gg,ye„ n ,, gi K. Weldln on the e»tut,.„f Weldln, late of Brandywine |S The citizens of the Seventh''.v'* "-night, i p r ote,t ugaiiiia t| p&sseil hv (uuneil, luting to the tilling up of Sett crit " Uneasy is the head that,,. It is probable t| i4l ,■ King llunry Maid those weary w „ r ,u gFxnl tliiugs- airaitii posterity at Bull \ (Vs, •;ii, Markka The post uiorte will hold a mass mi the Logan House, to receut orilinanc crown." bail no idea of the exiitn i tuition ofti remains of the late p. \\- j I)rs. Draper and Springer t^\ the discovery of a brokenartw tJ caused rhu groin to he caused his death, J. Frank Ruth, who severely injured by having bit's fractured by a brick fallin ha* almost recover,tl from ol tlie wound, ami is able * ; >i«t the e( again. Messrs. J. N: J. N. liarman, No, King street, the leading furnitured era of Wilmington, *fX'Ction rf their goods at;d u num non of prices before going to )hia after furniture. Their ft-dj arge and their prices right, stepi ami see. oii.l ;i - McCartney, Kenny \ (' . Lives the proper situated at the northwest corner of Fii and Hhipley streets, formerlyoccoi Esq. The tinuiLka chased from Mr. McKl by K. L. lit at once to entirely remodel theliuiid and convert it into a liamlnotDti commodious store for thena>ofcan and t urn it every Mm « of Reception* l ast .Mgbf. The fourth annual Knights of St. Lawrence in the 1 m lute Hall Jast evening watugraDdi cess and an enjoyable time wan ipt Ritchie's orchestra fn music for the merry dinners, and a ninety couples, led by gram!cnndi William Kehoe and wile, partidp in the grand march. An ex-d'eut •eption of i isLo! el( the invite! ga served per Min Dancing was kept p until an hour this morning. icial r/.ib gave; 'The Adonis •cond an n mil dari'ir.2 in Professor Frai iu the Masonic Ten.p.u. _>les took part in the gran! b which was led by Harry Megav and Miss Sal lie Kenney. \i?iton present from Philatlelplna,!' It. L, and other places. Wortb'iorc tra furnisheil the xnu: time was had by all | served in aLuudlwl nt. ht „ents wero ing the intermissions. 4'a*e IliinilMrt I^ast evening Peter Bpaliii«" .Judge Cummins charged w;" ting an assault and battery ot Mi.ler. The affair liappeiiwl * day evening at ripeclit A •'P^* loon, and the testimony a it alt were in the when the tight which Miller head out. the evidence the ci until this morning witnesses were shown that the light wi ant insisting "D w M r. Spahn Judge Cummins hut ordered the defendant to PJ costs. more p driuking » du/.en or plain was beaten and 1*" A iter li.-ariig »» (UB . w iittti KXS.iii.iKl awl 11 CiilUtd the com)dai when was disiui**'! '-e tnrrerteil Uric UK vh "" H corrected The folio win U 1 -- , 0 tu. gameH to ho played by G* u _, cricket club bus heel, mtek W gban, chairman committee »f the 1, eia«n j Hocitttien : Muy 14. ut An* ' Secnn.l Hiul Deh.«ure:M"f- 2 'h tun, Young A . .ire. The ..* I . fjlloWH ; June 7, Cty ; June l*th. I"' ! a; v j ire June 27, Delaware ami lege; July!', Delaware town Second. ilcn Vi •rit'i this I'lty > an<l lit an*l d illjd litf jewelry* Belinbie f hi Up ish a If you jewelry line the pi l.ayimxl's jewelrj store, corner 1' itll* i11 " 1 ' , y, lit All kinds of "P?' 1 ' IlLil!' husiiitsH done at siji r itiunship warranied tirst „ not. have to send I l'litlndel|diin, hut ms J, building by first in hM has t.h*7 latj.' cgll anJ 1 he found in Iftelaware. }4H p, the fa* '- __ l>ljuioili Rev. John i. * ir,) ' j^jotio 11 ill charge ol I'lyrootifl » null street bet««''■ iwjo0 «l W; st reets,has !•»*»*« " 1 . c /joB cl Wood ol the A. »*■ the jireacher In '.'"f' s. I ■to !■' ill'll |'l li! ii' yourselves op as COt" IITOW. held to -1 Marrow <* Glare in bonds inatri ter noon at DeUware Crain, eldest <1ui»^ ht ' Grail? of tlmt pi*.'" was perform.'" ■'J 'J' ti „n tKr, itit'1 »* ,er ,Inin.* couple atari** 4 * **ir city. „NeulKf-H' oiiial 1,1 TliUP n/5 I if T77iirod»" ,0,, ® r . B °" , las l>d>"A Frederick !'• ' -• p|jri 8 fl *fJ Road Conm.iss.cn*:I dred. vice "" b* reused. W« art irs stir up some of me lt w roads to repair, a 1 ^ an * neglectful of H"' 1 * ,.,.,,1 ol 1 deserve to be pa.J^ The Indians wll0 ,*u#|| far^fi ing at Odd Felloe 1 ],,, past wi" ?i; e "%'Inl st<V Tenth and Lo» ® .jj r i*iin* 1D ^ next where they i t i ul)l r weeks, giving Tlir»«. 1 commence with Throat. V'mffiaW r* lief ' CHBSgiveimffl^^ti. Inboxes. < rlH ing.