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» THE DAILY REPUBLIC A JN. PRICE ONE CLN WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. THURSDAY MAY 1 , 1884 . V 0 LX 11 I. NO. 82 , l STKKS OF THE HOOK. . .. Mt'KTINW W'EONKiDAT— "IiVebI *»» ANOINTED. Poor of New Css* Im Trustees « rth A | inH houM on Cuuuty uii't **_ . with ("XcbaTrand'a full m'len* ,il(1 L„|ir»tbu»luess traus rJ ' ;i P J. ion of eft! cere,and the » |w,8tb w ^l, dieted with out any w»-«P|.-l>>y^ , ephen u . %\ Y Bird was elected, h ,ll Sc.y 1,0, ~re;. Wiliifm F. ilir Spring*, M.Vi Superlnten- 1 Aliml*uH«aml Insane Depart- I.JindnllirU; Matronof AIiuh- m S Kllie Huthrie; Matron ot ; M lepartinont, Mrs. Bebecea , •innerinltmlenl Guthrie r«- fTtLt timing tbe last quarter 1<W ^ ' have been admitted and 117 til and there had been < births The billowing inmate* -white men, 71 ; wl.lt*? „ ■ wtdu? children, 10 ; colored ,j .'mored women, 17 ; colored 4 ■ total in almshouse, IBB. " iViiartiuent—white men, 2b; « women 29; colored men, 3; ti ; total in Insane De- „ u; total In both deyait- tV™'l. Five deaths occurred du the month ot April, ircli 23, Martha Pickard, aged 4b , Ht tiiurges llundrtd ; March 30, 1 lialsti.n, colored, aged 40 years, .ington ; April 3, Patrick Hea ey, ti years, Wilmington ; A^rtl 4, rt Maulove, colored, agedtiO yeara, Hundred : April IS, Wil- ,fl- ow- i, harp pi. reported : iui^buiise led w n leorgeH . Cooper, colored, a^e<l bJ year», niiigtou. ,, following Htamhuff committee* announced by I'reaident Bird : iipiieH, H. D. Hickman, Milton [Vv Adolphus Husbands and J. ; ' -li ; Accounts, Daniel Far M. Hart, Nathaniel Williams, pkiiH Husbauds, Stephen Springer James Brad ford ; Hospital, James ford. Stephen Springer and Dan. ,i, To Nettle with the Superin *nt Stephen Springer and Wil Deau : New Buildings, Nathaniel liiiiiH, William Lackey, J. Wil li, H. 1). Hickman and Thos. o settle with the Treasur . L Jemison, (L M. D. Hart and Armstrong ; Grounds ami Build Thomas G* Bird, B. A. Armstrong Adolphus Husbands el Kai s (' (■ ini: T Finance, Nathaniel Williams amt , William Dean ison : Office, H. 1>. L. J. Lackey. be .Superintendent's , an above, Mr. Bradford reported liospltal building at iwn by E. L. Rice, atlil.g ti leesiiniat.cn the cost ..t from $3, It of frame and n b** 1 1 with stoves. Its capacity will Sent for the accommodation Dr. Ogle stateu that cceptuble but that terrett Sibley terns for small-j>ox ( 1 48 patients. mi 1C Is. After some discussion act **t<rtnl until after dinner. •hairniaii ot the various eouimit *re *ltr»*cte(l fp«>rts to the Secretary as soon as li, in order that they could be oi in the annual report aud pub ready tor distribution at tin* next • forward their an inual re ♦•mlout Guthrie's a a*submitted and read. A recess rder to give tbe accounts an opportunity li'-ii taken •mini* bills. ■li** 2>uperiiit«iideut's report be ex nl bis thanks to the Board for its *\v and confidence. He reported lie iiuinlwr of inmates had greatly ks* *l during t he past winter, which ivere and long. Many Italians Jtiier lalMirers employed on the )g' f the new P. & B. Railroad cen admitted with broken limbs tli*T injuries. < iwingtothe careful ion of the visiting physicians aud I not one of thtin has died. The r ing number of persons were ad 1 irom the various Hundreds e tlie ve; hmigton, Ati4 ; Brandywine, 7; Mill Creek, 21 ; aUlayCre k, 14 ; New Castle,12 ; Lion, 7 ; Penoader, 2 ; Bt. N, 10; Appoquiuiiuink, If; third, .'i; total, 4(J7. Dischargwl R ilie year, 409 ; number of births, Itiiii her of deaths, 7M. In regard to iidi | ,ix hospital, he reported that loose of two men from New k ho ll :re suffering from December necessitated the rn K "I seme suitable plao eiul he taken care of. Under tbe Elions nf the Hospital Committee p< lury building was erected and ready for occupancy-January fas thoroughly quarantined and '*1 with meals and medicines |' 1, ' almshouse with little addi '<* st to the county, though lerable risk. The last patient was 4T**d March 24, and of eight pa ailinitied only cue died aud he sar bis end when admitted, rl* s Fisher, the nurse of the old pox hospital, vacated July 6th, hi*l on the same evening at 8 o' me building was <tis* overed to totally destroyed The old ruins n for the material with Jtional costs to thec,<unity. • iithrie also compliments Drs. u Springer for their promptness 'By when called ujkiu day or here at It 11 its contents. ken ,1 ©ported the receipt of $2,1.74;!id y»ar, the expenditure oi payment of $1,.503.86 to Lane. The pro he small field and The stock and the r 'T William F. faised i H was \allied at $500. , u consists of the following *. two e hogs and thirty lh ' , r * -MoniHon, the tenant on " drs turuiisheu two hundred "Ms, ninety 1 ushel of corn, a,, d eight bushels of pola • quartsof milk and a turkey. " HHNftnhUiig after dinne '•ifiy-th tin i, . <K a new small pox corner was again 1 ''ini discussed at some leuttli .l' '""""Id, Karra Hickman, , .ind Springer. Mr. Lackey . ' '' '"'line bo erected for llie JxcNeding ? 1,000 in cost, aud ' tenia be procured for tbe n.... V '! l V, , ! Hni " 10UN| y adopted, P'ta! Committee were in* pieeem wiib the erection of V" 'I'*'site already selected. Iliadlord of the Hospital x tllB expenses of the 51 uoHpital for the last bit <1 quarter, Foster lit. Hr given the privl wr and allowed to make a uni, iH ii"™ ,0 the foundling hiul been given him for it i A adoption by the Hoard. At tb« lout meeting of tint Hoard it ba<( b«en re ported that the did had died from neglect, hut from ita appearance yeater day it w»h the brightest and most lively dead child the reporter had aeen for aome time. It wan nicely dresaed and appeared very lively a* well an being a picture of health. The Trustees were well satisfied with the explanation. The Building<JoinmIttoe reported that iu view of the coat and Importance of putting iu the Hteam apparatus* plumbing of the new buildings*, they bad decided to employ B. T. Button, late architect, at $3.60 a day to superlu tend the work, and had authorized him to employ a night watchman and dia with the day man. Gawthrop & Brother and John C. Britton matte a joint propoeal for plans* and specifi cations for the plumbing of both build ingH for $180, and it wan accepted. The plane will be ready May 6 The con* i for the Ntearn heating appa ratus nre progressing rapidly. The report was adopted. The committee to nettle with the Superintendent reported bin accounts correct, and that $201.70 was due by him to the County. The attention of the Board wascalled, by Mr Williams, to the large drug bills, and he suggest* d toe propriety of the pby(deans purchasing their medicines ar, wholesale. Dr. Ogle explained that the large bills ibis quarter were due to the very large number of persons in the hospital. Heme of the members thought too high prices were paid. The discussion dually drifted into the ques tion of the award of contracts for sup plies, Messrs. Springer, Williams, Kar ra ami Bradford strongly advocating full con petition without regard to the political feeling of the bidders and that the contracts should be awarded to the low est competent bidders, Mr. Lackev thought there was competition enough among the Democrats and that the board should give the contracts to bid ders of their own political faith the same were in. Mr. wanted a full competition from the whole people as they all pay The list of bills were read anu cium* made. A discussion arose as to the present method of auditing hills, hut tton>as taken. The following bids lowed . T. J. Fitzsimmons,$133.38; George A. Fra zer. $15.28 ; K. Sondholjner, $46.50 ; diaries E. iJuhell, $9; J. V. Carlisle A Go, $67.43 ; U. I*. Davis, $12 07 ; William Kyne, $18; Jilin B. Taylor, $42.75; Newman A Company, $248.46 ; J. L. k 17. Company, $2.40: H. F. Wttsil, $116.31 ; Thou. •••« M. formerly ae a nl/.e the windows finest A entire It is doors, are cut always Hayden The the of the At business the neat counter, ash, nished done Jatues rations In is a plants to ties gr^eu park, fuchias, other 60,000 which also which rates. ed to if to Mr. anchors, pieces and and is a prise ami in'!) are tractor the Republicans did when they rad ford stated that he taxes, some crltl uc 111 '1'ownsend. $!9 37 ; H Manlon, $30.6*; 8. G him mom A Brother, $18.41: Samuel Mu-phey A Boo, $11 : Wil mington Coal • 4 H8 Company,$01.76; Fining A Lange, $128.68 ; J. M. Forward $111; George W. Gray, $18 ; ». M. Beeson. $186.08; Morris Wa'flh, $14 * 2 ; Geo'ge W. lAidge A Sod,$ 30 ; relephon< ('omi any, $31.26; Willi ciofi A Go . $ .60 ; Iseleware Lumber C puny. $8.64 , .1. M. Morrison, $92.17; pay roll, $732.60; W. H. McGarrity, $260.13, John MeVey, $90 46 ; William Huber, $90.64; G. Wllllaiu O'Meara, fl 5.82: J« hII K. Daky, 11. I26L*>I: James If. M ' A demn ark, ing land, Han r. • bell Mi. 1' $261.71: M • ill • ol *.. orge A bole, *1,1 '5.42: <•» Willi.' H«*.l. $3 3N: Wler & 5: W v t,r ffith, $12 HP: n M. .75 J. F. Willi * :titkl ii Arwihtroiig, *•'•_*,5o ; |>r. •VJ : Peter It. Leg tni, $.s; W . H. ... *ai: J-'lin J. Boyle, im.45; '. it r. hh.w: Ji'lni • Iiiiinherlain, A Klkintoti, -i F. Mrii.lv. i $•21 M; son, *52: J. J. ground that rate : spring, r .tr.-iM v »i. w . »* . . II:* 5* * 1.2 ' . K. Li Dr. last both these St. Willis subject J. streets I. T. A 1 . I El hi • . Ri'iihlf ft: r , 1 K. I. I 0 I W. Mlfi'lu 11, *9.75;Wll $8.50 mi'I f27» llublh, $#.75; $M.60; < li* :l A l» i liiork It VV. 1! D Wrlle.$>./i0; < Van Dyke, .7 : It. < Hi«* v, •b W. A. S.M . s a vv. La •m.60; G. V . I I i i .lull u'orge W. >1 5; J. r. Clmiii'M, ft2 I). B. St I Vail A I>nvI $6 13; J. . A 81 *18.60; W. M . ' amlegrlfl ,.,J. K unk Ellahou,*19.50; Henry CIvuv 126: M. M. It. 9 50: C. Walk W . H. M uldri & O.i $19. *. $8 . *13: J is u. Eaton *8: Robert i, *13; G. W. Bouillon,Jl'., I A ( f'l < a ,1 \\ A I li liny a $26; E«l rl'*k Nlon «vli.in, A>; Ja<*( l.i-vl D iZKi *7 i Parker, fi Mi , *12; Voahel! A Holoi M«1 11 ll .M II; V\ . »l. Kenn give No affair W. monies ter and of .it II, *14; .b Middleton, , *89 7fi- A. B. f. U Dun riel I, I A < on l»b* A Company, *10: Every I* veiling PuhllsMn- Uon panv, iiir Putillblilng Uomnany $6.1L: F* rrh News PiihlBhlng Cuuipxnv, •125; Bunk of Ni*w , *60. ToUl,*S,l'9.#4. 8 A Hr. leer $16.75; William F. I. h. (\ r ark, I; Rase Ball. The championship contest, tf the clubs belonging to the Eastern League, ol w hich tbe Wilmington club is a mem ber, will open iu this city this after noon, when tbe Monumentals of Bal timore will play tbe home team. The visiting club is composed of good ma terial and as both clubs will fight bard tor the first victory an exciting contest is expected. Nolan and Gusick will be tbe home team's battery. Game will be calleti at 4 o'clock. Tbe same clubs will also play to-morrow ami Saturday afternoons. Games were played yesterday as fol lows : Philadelphia—Philadelphia,If; Ath letic, 4. New Haven—Cleveland, 13 ; Yale, if. Altoona—St. Louis U.,15; Altoona,2. Trenton—Chicago, 11 ; Trenton, 7. Princeton—Newark, Col., 4. Boston—Boston Union,15 ;Key«tone,8. New York—New York, 13; Metro politan, T. Brooklyn—Brooklyn, 14 ; Detroit, 6. Lauras er, Pa.—Monumental, llalto., B ; Lau canter, 0. will streets. Rev. dial be ; ; deli most, been fering home to or Princeton 3 ; 26 death town just sack and 7th Keep Your Money N»f© From Barg you* money where The place to it will pay you from 8 to 12 per cent, interest at all times is in the central loau association. New shares now for Hale at $1 each. Money can be borrowed at any time on real estate security. Wm. E. Haw kins, Secretary, 712 Market street. ture there Elcetlou of Ollicerw. At a meeting of Hope Lodge, No. 21,, ;euiug, the fol lowing officers were elected for the en suing term : N.G., J- M. Collins; V.. G.,M. C. Perkins ; Recording Secre tary, George W.Pyle. Asylum Lodge,, No. a.-*, lian eleot«] an follows : W.H. (■uarl.arl, N. li ; J. J,. Uradlay, V. G.J -11 end rsi.il, Recording Secretary. I (> O. F . bold last oi to No. ficers. a The White ftlave. Saturday afternoon and evening Bart ley Campbell's " White Slave," , will ill be presented with all the scenery painted expressly for it, and the effec tive wage mechanism. Tbe play is one of Mr Campbell's best, abounding iu realistic scenes, which fells a story ot life in tbe South that, appeals painfully to human sympathy. office, of burg of Hand Cut. A young man named Ditterliue, em ployed by Thomas Chandler at. Contre ville, cut one of his hands very badly on Wednesday, while engaged in cut ting hay to feed the stock. He will be more careful in the future to keep his baud away from the knives when they are in motion. Go lo F. A. Norib A £o'* For I he Wilcjx fit While organs, ttud Hazel ton Bros, pianos. Rush's coal is the k? id you a dance F. W. a Wfcllt A MPLEBIDin EITABUIHlEll HaydaB'a *•" • tor ®7* 1 •••« dolleelloa •!. »»«• Flowwwa. j M. Hayden, florist, opened hie new j establisbmeiil at No. 702 Market atreet, | yesterday rooming. The place wan formerly occupied by Lore & Km mens ae a law office, but no one would recog-. nl/.e It now ae the same building. The | entire'ower .root has 1been t,aken ouL the floor lowered, and two large snow windows added, making it oue or the finest stores ou Market street. A large counter extendi almost the entire length of the room, and back of It is a long line of shelving, with glass doors, forming show cases, in which baskets and other devices for Horal decorations. Underneath these cases are drawers, to be used for preserving cut flowers, a stock of which will always lie kept on hand, enabling Mr. Hayden to fill orders without delay. The walls are handsomely papered, and the celling finished in the highest style of the decorator's art. At the end of the counter is the business office, which is separated from the main body of the store room by a neat and substantial railing, counter, show cases and drawers are ash, with natural finish, and were fur nished by Jackson & Bharp. alterations and carpenter work done by Harry Lap*, the painting by Jatues M. Bryan, and the wall deco rations by Edwin A. Parker. In the rear of, and adjoining the store is a conservatory, where all kinds of plants will constantly be kept in stock to till orders. Mr. Haydens facili ties are unequaled, as lie had six large gr^eu houses at crystal palace, park, filled with roses, geraniums, fuchias, verbenas, heliotropes and other popoular flower plants. He has 60,000 rose plants, all choice varieties, which he sells at 12 for one dollar. He also has a like number of geraniums, which he will furnish at equally low rates. The love of dowers lias increas ed to such an extent that it is doubtful if even this large stock will he sufficient to meet the demand. Mr. Hayden also furnishes crosses, anchors, wreaths and all kinds of Horal pieces for weddings, parties, funerals, and other places where dowers are used and has some large and magnificent decorations for the centre of tables. An establishment such as Mr. Hayden's is a credit to the city, aud bis enter prise should be rewarded by a liberal patronage. ' are The The was rone Awarding La ml Damages. consisting of Messrs, D. Clark A coiiiuiissii William R. Cochran, W. Richard Cooper, Captain Corbit aud Fred.Brady, recently appointed to con demn the land of Joseph Dean at New ark, through which the Baltimore and Philadelphia Railroad passes, have arded damages to Mr. Dean amount ing to $200. The road bed takes about •seventh of an acre of Mr. Dean's land, but, it decreases tbe value of the iach side to such an extent mission thought the above ground that the rate a fair compensation. InlereMlIuiC Lectures Last Mislil. Dr. Wilson's lecture ou "Food in Relation to Health ami Character," last both entertaining ami itist these present enjoyed a rich St. Paul's M. E. church 'lie Rev. J. B. Willis gave " A Plain Talk about Plain Things," before a good audience. The subject was au interesting one. John J. Connell also spoke in the Friends' meeting bouse, Fourth aud West streets to a fair sized audience. eiiing before tbe Unity ciub, was ;tive, and real. At The I. K'a Pic nlc JnuetL Tbe Irihli Nationalists of this city will give their sixth annual pic-nic ou Tuursday.Juiie 6th, at Schuetzen Park. No pains will be spared to make the affair a pleaHant one to all who attend. W. L. Malone will be master of cere monies ; M. Walsh, floor manager; Pe ter J. Matthews, William P. Harkins and I). McCarty, assistants. John J. Leonard is chairman of the committee of arrangements. Npeclal Kellfflona Services. This and to-morrow evenings special services,preparatory to the communion, will be held in Olivet Presbyterian ?burch, corner of Adams and Chestnut streets. Tbe pastor will prweb this evening, and to-morrow evening the Rev. T. C. Anderson of Glasgow will appropriate address. The services begin at H o'oclock, ami a cor dial invitation is extended to all to be present. deli A Nad Death. of Dover's , who lias •eral days, eufi Miss Lizzie Dockatader, most, estimable young ladies, been seriously ill for fering with brain fever, diet! at her home in that town about 3 o'clock yes terday afternoon. Deceased was about 26 years of age, and was highly tho knew her. Her 26 respected by all death has cast a gloom over the entire she had many friends. town A New Drive. Something worth advertising. I have just bought 100 yards of a g*>od black worsted, good weight and quality. 1 assure dye, which I can make Into sack suits at $25 Frock suits $27. Gome and look at it is all I ask you. Ferd Carson, tailor. Central tailor store. 7th and Market street. Parlor Entertainment* Next Weduesday evening St. John Castle, No. 4. Knights of the Golden Eaulr, will give their first, grand parlor entertainment and concert in the 1 ture room of the 0|»era House exercises will he of a very interesting character, and there is no doubt but there will be a large attendance. The Visiting HntgtilM. evening tlie Grand Priory, Knights of Malta, of Philadelphia, visited Mount Calvary Commandery No. 44, of this city, and installed its of ficers. At the conclusion of the cere monies the visitors »vere entertained in a handsome manner. Last, Mel Your Ko.eH. MeHBr., Herney & LongjItKlTHLicAN office, will HBud for a larne consignment of roses, Hi for a, dollar, and other (lowers, on Saturday to the(Uiamlieis burg nurseries. Send your orders promptly. be ■t.iintillcan Heeling. .James Lynn, Chairman of the Ninth Ward Kepublican committee has called a meeting of the Kepubllcans of that Ward at the Old Academy, on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. A general atten dance is reijueated. Plauo. aud Organs. Buy only Wilcox & White OrniAN. F. A. North & Co., 713 Market street. W. H. JMullkn, Manager. •PMIltl. HHliUI Telephone cnmlloi. The t ucroa , ln([ demand f(ir Ti w . She ward's coal, flour ami feed has com Polled the ueomeity fttr quick ooin jnunleatlou with all part* of the city, |'•nice and store No. 713 West Front »t"*t. Telephone call. No. 259. orders promptly delivered, PhoKwrapa. *g2**ir& d0fen< Cara photographs finely re-touched, reduced from $$.to per dozen to il.to per doz en. T. G. Holland, photographer, gallery 807 Market street, «o to Beecher's Gallery, 315 Market street, for all styles of pho tographs. New back grounds and ac cessories just received. He always pleases and charges very moderately, All Natlouallfleft Like it. A All 1 waHhee for Millicau man ; umo« Loe lee coale«, gitt«« from Combs & Co., Eleventh and Church streets. Closee allee lookee nioee, ironee hottee bonsee Fainting. T. Danner, 610 Market street, is still alive and ready to do all kiudsof paint ing aud graiuing. Jobbing a specialty. Bargains I Bargains! ! For the next thirty days in cigars and tobacco, to make room for new stock, at 106 Es st Second street. Hiiboumf*; Try the Mil bourne flour, the best aud cheapest in the city, at Kimble's, Front Madison streets. Lookout, Painting. W. B. Simmons, house and sign pain - ing, graiuing, glazing, etc. Brick stain* ing aspecialty, $bop, 710 Shipley street. Burke and Helium. Call telephone 247 for the best coal for family use; also lime, sand, etc Burke & Kehum, King aud Railroad Tintypes. The best aud cheapest at gallery No. 4 East Third street. tree. over. ball and ing 414 ket the No. for 11W and T. Fsrry'i Carpet Cleaning works at Eleventh and Jackson streets. Bend for a circular. PatutlDff. House and sign painting by Walter Joseph, at 122 Market street. cm Hay at Kimble's, Frontaud Madison streets. We have purchased this year nu merous cuts of steamboats aud steam oars, besides a good quantity of well selected wood type suitable for poster work, fiuch as is used for pic nics and Sunday school excursions, ami will guarantee good work, and prices in keeping with such at the Republican office. Charles F. Tazwell has removed his paint shop from 1<K> Maryland avenue to the southeast corner of Fourth and Jefferson streets, where he will be pleased to see ail bis old customers and as many new ones as possible. Five hundred dollars in cash will buy the residence No. 832 Monroe street, with mortgage for balance. Best of reasons for selling. Apply at the Republican office. Davis Sewing Machines, ami keep needles, shuttles, parts, etc., for the same at 202 W. Seventh street. Wdi. F. Crossley, agent. Harry F. Bchuepf W'ill have an open ing at. his saloon, No. 213 Mon roe street, on Thursday, llis friends ami the pub lic generally are invited. Fifteen thousand extra prime Dela ware Bay oysters for sale at the Malta House restaurant, Water and King street s. Be wing Machines repairer! and guar anteed to give satisfaction by Win. F. Crossley, sewing machine agent, 202 West Seventh street. All kinds ot job printing done at tbe Rri itbliuan Office. Good work and fair prices. A safe, agreeable and certain cure for coughs ami colds is Canada Pink Sykuf. Twenty-live cents. Holland takes pictures in cloudy weath er as well as clear, by the instantaneous process. Gallery* 307 Market street.. Examine the new Globe Range at 8choen's, 416 Market street and 414 Shipley street. Canada Pink Syrup is a great ene my to spring colds or long standing coughs. Fire-place heaters at Schoen's, 415 Market street aud 414 Shipley street. We repai In at on Found Hanging;. Harry D. Holt, 213 West Second street, is found hanging wall paper and window' shades cheaper than any one in the city. Large force of first-class workmen employed, and all work done without delay. Have the best selected stock of w all paper and window shades that can be found. Window shades with fixtures and ornaments for the bottom, low as 60 cents a piece. Don't forget the name and place. H. I). Holt, 213 West Second street. Opening Greentmuk Park. Greenback park will be formally opened for tbe season on Saturday evening with a soiree. These events will be continued every week through out t he season, and Albert's orchestra will furnish the music. This park is becoming very prominent as a cool and pleasant resort, and many improve ments have been made in its appear ance since last season, which will make it even more attractive than ever. to to ftpring Ntyl.N Mr. Joseph H. Greenman, Jr., located at, No. 814 King street, is now ready to accommodate those of our citizens who may paper or sb *1 new spring styles. To Down Town Patrons. Remember that the Branch Store of the Great Tobacco Mart is at No. 5 East Third street, where wo have not the largest, but tbe best, assortment of To banco aud Cigars in the State, which we wi il sell at ruinous prices. Chapinar. Trimming** mi<l Notion**. Mrs. Toy has established a first-class trimming and notion store at 613 West Eighth street. Her selection of goods is of tbe best ami the prices asked are the lowest. public Is respectfully solicited. Malaria in all its forms positively cured with Emory's Standard Cure Pills, a never-failing remedy; purely vegetable, contain no quinine or other poisonous agencies; endorsed by physi cians and sold by druggists every where.—*25 and 50 cents. A Bare Care for Coras. Get your shoes from Leduum & Co., 221 West Eighth street. A large stock to select from. Prices the very lowest. Custom work and repairing done. Per fect tit guaranteed Try Bush's coal: vou will like it. Coal! good coal 1 French street wharf. islt for anything in the wall line. Cali and see his Th„ natromiga "t tlie a ! e Til Ijjiil hi WtfM Bud rises 5.01. Bun sets 6.53 * the (Jtirtiittleld It Best. Agents for Dunlap's Hals. Hum ford Brother*, Hatters Sprinkle. Spring lever. Cherry blossoms. Are you vaccinated ? Rather dusty streets. Devil crabs at Fullmer's. Who doesn't read railings. Glam soup at Fullmer's. A crystal ghost—a glass shade. Have you put up that bird box 7 Ice cold salt oysters at Fullmer's. ry and one to i east east side Let the sun shine into your rooms. Straw hats a coining Into fashion. Ice dealers have sent In their oarda. Intelligence office, 511 Shipley street. Good cheap baby carriages, Wc. store. Unbalanced bids—tipsy servant girls. Persons who pick up a living—miners. Sidewalks sre getting somewhat shady, 'frees Ing A tuklug on their summer dress. Obey the law whether you like it or not. Goal, dour, feed, Sheward, 713 W. Front. Glty Laundry, Sixth and Shipley street*. Millard F. Davis, jeweler,y E. 2nd street. Wringers sold and repaired, at 313 Shipley G. S. Humphrey A Bro.,hatters, 302 Market Fine 18 K. Kings, at Hanf, 16 E. Fourth st Brazilian Balm, coughs and colds, lo cts Builders nave their hands full of business. The "Sycamore Maple" is a beautiful tree. How do you like the style of the spring bonnet. Don't drive the birds away from your pre mises. There Is a depression in business the world over. Go to West's, 018 Market street, lor base ball goods. Go to West's, 018 Market street, for cigars and tobaooo. Go to West's, 018 Market street, lor sport ing goods. Go to West's, 018 Market street, for the Sunday papers. Gheap hour and teed, Kimble, Front and Madison streets. OU stoves at Schoun's, 415 Market and 414 Shipley street. Hotel ranges ut Schuen's, 416 Market and 414 Shipiey etroet. Wrought Iron heaters at Sebum s, 416 Mar ket and 414 Shipley street. Go for your roast dinners to the Jetterson House, No. lit* Market street. Oysters in every style at the Jetterson Houte, No. lib Market street. It has been asserted that Goke is the best legal authority on cremation. Go to B. Hammer, 301 Adams street, for the best cigars and cheapest tobacco. Dr. Darrnon may be consulted at his office No. 1824 Carnac street, Philadelphia. Between the oratorios of lioaven the American will puil a newspaper out of his pocket. Ageatoughtto boa ttrst-class material for oleomargarine There is no better butter than the goat. Ladies' and gents'dining room and every thing In season at the Jetterson House, No. 11W Market street. Take your babies to Holland's, 307 Market street, and have their pictures taken by the Instantaneous process. Send a postal card to 40J King street, th o oollee roaster's, aud have a pound of cottee brought to you for 20 cents. A horrible but humorous paragraphs sug gests that the Boston crematory is only u way of baking beans. " It is so cold In Sweden," said a returned traveler, " that in winter-time 1 invariably put on my gloves to wash with. The place to got reliable work dono Is 024 W. Front street. Buckmaster and Wood mausey, house and sign painters. Women ornament their dresses behind be cause they like to have nice things said about them when their backs are turned. w .1 90 a at It Is 8iii<l that the new opera-house In Chi cago will l»e nine stories high. There will bo iu the upper btorles for the mortgage. Bumithing new on stalls Nos. Ill) anil 111 In Eighth street market. Butter, cheese, eggs fruit on hand. Butter aud lard and cheeso aspecialty. Having bought a job lot of bill-heads and cards cheap, wo will give those who wish printing the advantage lu the money saved, at the Republican office. Joseph Jacquett and Richard Grier have on stalls Nos. 110 and 111 Eighth street mar ket. butter, cheese, eggs, lard and canned fruit, at low rates. Butler and cheese aspeci alty. UOUSB-CLUANING. Taking down the pictures, Dusting oil the wall, " Not at noiue this morning Should there he a call." l'oast and eggs fo.- breakfast, Things turned upside down, Wife and girl jawing, Husband skips for town. Taking up the can Tacks aud dust fur lunch Boy, for asking questions, Gets from ma a punch. Washing oft the windows, Doors all open—wide, Bho with pall and dust-pan Used to be my bride. >ets No fire Id the furuace, Bell goes on a ring, " Gleaning house to day, ma'm, First day of spring." N ight! a doctor calling, Wife done up in bed, Husband scoots for drug store; Glerk asks who is dead. is Night reporter's item; ** Goroner had a ring For a 'still ' found ttouting First one of the spring." Verdict of the jury Foreman, sly old mouse, ••Suicide from Torment, Caused by cleaning house." l*tiei|»« and Edmunds. Washington, April 30.—There has been an interchange of letters between Seuator Ed unds and Mr. William Walter Phelps coucerning the state ments made by the latter with regard to the former's alleged interest in the securities of the Burlington and Mis souri Railway Company, whose land grant, was renewed while Mr. Edmunds was in the Senate. Mr. Edmunds, upon being asked by a reporter to night if he Lad any objection to a pub lication of the correspondence, said that he had not; that any gentleman to whom he had written a civil note was at perfect liberty to make its con tents public, if be wished to do so, but that considerations of courtesy would prevent him (Edmunds) from furnish ing a note for publication. Mr. Phelps, upon being asked for the correspond ence, declined to give it to the press at present.. to of A fterlouN C harge. Bt'lween 1 and 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon nt to < ffleei Where, aud alley, ■et, betwee an ludee a little girl a I plaiued that ii Eleventh to Twelfth s Ing ' ! inaklii the little , iris a« they 'hool. As soon ' w the otlicer approaching ho f rerlakuu and < rouiiht to the f hall, where he had * hearing before Judge CuiinitluH this morning d King, wi e posure ftf his poison fere pa-dug on llmir way the riltow , bn ja'n.B Hcott. arte- he-ring the t.»tlmon" i wldcti Is unlit for publication, the Judge .eu tencitl him to an ImnrlBoniuent of two months. | d gave tils Look Before Yon Leap . Eureka itoaeh Exterminator, the housekeeper's friend. It is perfectly harmless, ami it never fails. The only safe preparation where you have chil dren. Fur sale at all the drug stores. Til K MONTHLY R-PORTS. NUBBCH OF BUILDINO FEK* JIITS-L 4 W BREA 14 LBN ABREN ED-riRK®. Fre<le«-le H. <1 Survey reports that lines • ., , ing buildings dur.ng the month or Chief Engineer * obi ns the foil April • give lor I' d. Holliman, addition t»dwelling siiutli- ■lior of Kirill and Orange Blreets : Hen^- ry Dugan, seve* bouses southeast corner and Townsend at cets : Georg** W. Thomas, one house, south side of Eighth street, bet '• eon Bcott and Uncolu : Adolphus Hess, addition to dwelling northwest corner of Seventh and Tatnall streets : John H. Fisher and John U. Danbv, four houses, south side ol Apple street! between Heahf and Cl ay in on ; John McLaughlin, stable, north side of Maryland avenue, between Front and Chestnut -treets ; Caleb P. Johnson s ore. s>nth side of King street, between Fourth and Filth ; William L. Pritchard, carpet manufactory and stable, west side of Scott street, between Second and Third ; George C. Clarke, bouse, north sideot sixteenth street, between Woodlawn and Klvervlew avenues ; amuel Frlch, house, east side of Scott str et, he 1 ween Sixth and Seventh : George W. Griffith, house, i o p tI»- east corner of Eleventh and Thatcher streets ; Rachel A. Carswell, office and stable, north side of Fourth street, between Spruce ami , studio, west side of Sixth and Seventh: se Church : J. Paul Hr*. Market _ - George Black, house, southwest side ol Lover ie between 8co«t and Lincoln ttreet •: itewart, house, nortnwest corner ol ...I Jackson street; An , house, east side of Connell street, between Beach and Oak ; Henry Sharp less, store, south side of Second street, be tween Market aud K'ng ; James McGowan, stable, east side of Willing Fifth and Sixth ; Archibald 8, Reed, house, south side of Gilpin a\ euue between Bcott anil Lincoln streets; Edwin WMlamson,house, north side of Seventeenth street, between ; Calvin C. mth side of Seventeenth street, between Klvervlew aud Greenblll James W. McAllister, addition to dwelling, north side of Filth street, betwten Walnut and l'oplar : Daniel Lewis, house, east tide f Locust street, b -tween Eighth and Tavlor ; ■t hei Ing A Shallcros ,lr<iW J * o u street, be w (1 lawn; Miles, ho*i8< d Klvervlew .1 cor Total for the month, 42 buildings, Total for April, 1883, 90 buildings. >li n Mulroi nicy, three houses, nor and Harrison streets. er of Fro OF A HURSTS, NUMHEl •liIff of Police McConnell reports 13S arrests ■li, class!Hell as lollow : k, 41 ; drunk and disorderly, 24 ; larce ny, I I : assault and battery, 11 : disorderly conduct, 10; vioDtlng city ordinances, 8; Vagrancy, 7 : drunk and vagrancy, 3 ; cruelly to children, 3 ; receiving stolen goods, insane. 2each : bastardy, corner lounging, Indecent selling pistols to minors, drunk and , carrying beating, l made last 1» exp< 1 n g c ■aieii deadly weap concealed deadly weapons, wife each. F. FIRE RECORD. der Hanna reports the lollowing Fin* Re firm during April: April 2, 6.30 p, m i at lhincrolt's The depi box No 27, fire in d.~~~ i the Hrundy nded but Its inquired. Loss, $4,000. fully ranee In Wilmington aud N*-w England comnanies. Saturday, April 5, 2 45 ., box No. 24, burning oi a table cover lu d Jetterson streets. An tin' same dav at 8.10 p. Ill,, earned by the burning of ills 111 U. •lit *d by 1 P* a saloon at Front other alarm from box 26, • e otlii iib« John W. ouseon Nancy near Liberty, and was extln ulhlied without the aid of the department. iox No 15 ; alarm lass works in N. I, I os I) I .. » ndty, April 13, 8 35p. used by lire at Gaynor's gl Morri .'oil cloth works, in 8*le WATK d Covie of the Water Depart Uowlng pumping rec Chief Fngl i ilihlies til until of April : 1 lo th. TO COOL SPRING RESERVOIR. Days. Hours. Strokes. Gallons 26 407 347.570 111,'222,400 30 700 740 507 34,000,082 Worthington Turbine. . 145.288.482 .. 118,461,914 Total ... Amount pi iped April, 1883. .20,8"0,608 Increase. RODNEY STREET BABIN. Days. Hours. Strokes. Gallons. 20 102 893,208 10,617,250 25,304 Knowles Worthington 1.772 % 1 10,542,660 16,015,410 Total. Amount pumped March, 18£3. . 927,150 I). H. Coyle, Chief Engineer. Increase. ConirreHs. In the U. 8 Senate on Wednesday, Mr. Morrill's joint resolution, appro priating $25,000 for the expenses of the dedication of tbe Washington Monu ment, was taken up and passed. A bill also passed authorizing the Secre tary of the Treasury to purchase a wharf and warehouse at Wilmington, Del., if found necessary, for the use of the United States, the cost not to exceed $.'10,000. The - bill " to remove certain burdens on the American merchant ma rine, and encourage the American for eign carrying trade," came up as unfin ished business, and was discussed by Messrs. Beck, Frye and Bayard. Pend ing debate the Indian Appropriation bill was reported, am! the Senate then adjourned. In the House the morning hour was dispensed with, and the Tariff bill dis cussed in Committee of tbe Whole. The bill was supported by Messrs. Hewitt, of New York, aud Culberson, of Texas, and opposed by Messrs. Dingley, of Maine, Warner, of Ohio, Millikiu, of Maine and McCutcheon, of Michigan. The Committee then rose. Mr. Lowry, of Indiana, from tlie Elections Commit tee, submitted tbe report in the Vir ginia contested case of O'Ferral vs. Paul, and it was laid over. The resolu tion accompanying the report declares the contestant entitled to the seat. Mr. Rogers, of Arkansas, from the Post-office Committee, reported a bill " to secure telegraph correspondence." An evening session was held for de bate ou the Tariff bill, at which Messrs. Waite, of Connecticut, and Ray, of New York, spoke in behalf of protec tion. was Poison Oak. Spartanburg, S. C., March 13,1884. —Your most valuable medicine (Swift's Specific) has done me so much good that I feel like saying this for the benefit of those who suffered like I did. I was poisoned by poison oak, and saw not a well day for six years, until I used Swift's Specific. In the six years I used almost every kind of medicine, but none bad the desired effect. After using six bottles of Swift's Specific I am re stored to perfect health—with not a sign of that awful poison left! David Nesbitt. T.eatise ou Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga. r truly, Y The glory of man is his strength. If you are weakened down through exces sive study, or by early indiscretions, Allen's Brain Food will permanently restore all lost, vigor, and strengthen all the muscles of brain and body $1 ; 6 for $5.—At druggists. Two More Men. There has been a great rush at, Rosin & Brothers this week to see their large stock of wall papers, which necessi tates their putting on two more men for next week to keep up with orders. Trimmings and Notions. Ladies wishing to purchase dresses, ready made or made to order should Mrs. Jones, at No. 618 West ' Eighth street. call ' f f Coughs and Colds. i *h°se who are suffering from Coughs, Colds, Sore Throat, etc., should try | Hrown's BliONCHIAL Troches. Bold only in boxes. Just Arrived. A new arrival of clams and crabs at Pennell's fish stalls, 120 and 122 King street. Also salt oysters of the finest flavor. FOR Grand Army Men and Olliers. All-Wool Warranted Pure Indigo Dye Suits, with two se ts of buttons, All-Wool Fancy Cassimere Suits, S7.50, $8.50 & $ 10 . 00 . Fine Silk and Wool Mixed Cassimere Suits, X $ 13.00 to $ 19 . 00 . Handsome and Extensive Line d OF i '! with nice lace parasol cover, $ 10 . 00 . Fine Kattan and Cane, from $12.00 to$15.00. the a of by of of of Fine Cane, upholstered in Satin and Satin parasol, with tine lace cover, " V lUUI Carpets, Furniture, Stoves, a a at very lowest cash prices. All of our goods are warrant ed as represented, and if they do not give satisfactory wear come back any time and we will allow you all reasonable claims. If 6 P.J H WALS &C0 "f 506 Market Street, WILMINQTON DELAWARE.