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DAILY REPUBLICAN
THE
PRICE ONE CENT.
WILMINGTON, DELAWARE. MONDAY, MAY 19,1884.
VOL. MIL NO- 9'
IN BONDS.
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(1st,
'""sine
KxA'rr'*! a "' ati,iue ' ''- v n "
finr... J'."'MS been very success
ul ;, 4 ;ri hull** Mr Knarks
, 6HeveraHi ,, ; ,l : illt, ' ,or Tl *« uoluina
ct that ho S } |,r>5V10 'iHly, and Mm
gives v»*nf*r'.i * ,I0W received
'inh.n ' S . :|,1S -'''-tion, anil the
• >« that, his «iieetii)U is
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at No. 11 East
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'By Hu at w©
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sa >' 'hat, th«- ,
Wil
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best (doth
ns
have
Pportur,
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this
'I'lie res
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ifford to
must. Cliil
Meu's
they
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crity
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M.
; 28 .Markets
net..
III*.
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"'"Is M|„
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w lor
'll iK-nmcivcN,
spring
-
id *»ri ail
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goods jiro
oed trimmed,
""Kl,ly spong
n,. , llk until suits
^dollars to 10
» Market street.
"ink,
'•ictij fr,,, ,
<*llt
' at doom's*
r »rs
dol
and
and
an
feet
fell
and
ed
The
a
by
of
the
and
BOM Ball »««■
On Saturday tbe Wilmington club
acbampton«blp game with I lie
" Itichmond, and added
another victory to their already largo
This gamn wan playod contrary to
schedule in order to give thoWilming
rnn au oil day on Wodnciday.BO an they
SSld makotho trip to Harriaburg with
more comfort and satihfaction, which
will enable the players to be in a hotter
condition for playing ou Thursday with
the Harrisburg club.
In Saturday's game Dugan, of the
VirginiaH, was batted alUover the field,
Bums making a home run, aud Dan
ami Nolan three singles and a
tlm-fvbanker each. The home team
made only four bit* with a total of nix
baaoH off
y lour nun ...... »
Nolan. Wilmington made two
aiid their opponent* five.
Tiie score :
errors
0 2 200030 1—8
00000120 ft—3
Wilmington
Virginia
Karned rnns, Wilmington 7 ;
ginia 2 Two-base hits, Lynch. Throe
ua*« lilts, Casey, Nolan, Stratton. Home
run, liiirns. Struck out, Virginia 7;
Wilmington, 3. Passed balls, Dugan,
3 . Time of game, two hours. Umpire,
liichard J. Pierce.
SATURDAY'S (JAMES KI.REWIIEI1K.
At New York—New York.l; Buffalo,
4 Metropolitan, 4 ; Maltitnore 12.
At Philadelphia—Philadelphia, 111;
Cleveland, 2. , „ _ ,
At Providence—Detroit, 2; I rovi
Vir
e*l
deuce, 6,
At Boston—Boston, 9: Chicago, 7.
At. Philadelphia—Athletic, 12; Wash
ington, 0.
At Brooklyn—Brooklyn, 3 ;
gheny, 4.
At Columbus—Columbus, 0 ; Louis
At Toledo—Toledo, 12 ; Bt. Louis, «.
At Indianapolis—Indianapolis, 2 ;
Cincinnati, 8. .
At Cincinnati—Boston 3 ; Cincin
nati 13.
At Chicago—National 8 ;
cago 1.
At 8t. Louis, Baltimore U., 3; bt.
Louis U., 6.
At Cincinnati—Keystone, 5 ; Cincin
nati U., 7. ,
At Chicago—Chicago l T ., 2 ; Nation
al, 0 .
At Columbus—Columbus, 8 ; I^oms
ville, 5.
At Indianapolis—Indianapolis, 1 ;
Cincinnati, 5.
the
ing
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the
000
for
by
at
NOTEA.
The Wilmington club will again cross
bats with the Virginia. Dan Casey
and Lynch will be the battery.
In this city on Saturday the Metro
politan defeated the Field club on the
latter's grounds by a score of 18 to 7.
The Young Merritts defeated the
Actives by a score of 32 to 5, and the
Frolic defeated a picked nine by a score
of 13 to 8.
Bresnaham.of last year's Quicksteps,
playing second base with the
Waltham, Mass., club.
On Saturday, May 17, the Dauntless
defeated the Stars by a score of 20 to 12.
The Acme base ball club of Newport
visited the Wilmingto
grounds at Bchuetzen park and played
them a match game of ball on Satur
day, and were victorious by a score of
36 to 16.
is
ou
at
Reds on the
in
New I'aMie Newi.
New' Castle, May 17th, 1884.—
an's Christian
A meeting of the \\
Temperance Union was held this after
noon, and Mrs. M. N. Brown was ap
jiointed delegate to the State Temper
ance Alliance which meets iu Dover
May 22nd.
The M. E. Sunday school will g(
their annual excursion
Clyde to Beverly, flfte
Philadelphia, on the 10th of J
are Invited to join us.
Last Thursday there was quite an ex
eitement at Knowell's mill, caused*by
the breaking of a shaft.
made narrow e
on
the steamer
miles above
ne. All
Home of the
apefi, and
weav*
loom was crushed to pit
(>n Saturday afrerm
S wee tin an was in the dye ho
one threw a stone from tbeweav
window and struck him on Hie head
He was unconaciou**
as Alonzo
urn
.
cutting it badly,
for an hour, after which he recovered
as to be able to go home U> Wilmii g
at
ly
ton -
Sunday morning a drunken
in the Baptist church,
McMackin was preaching, aud made
quite a disturbance, Mr. McMackin
called on a couple of his members to
put h iin out, but they did not respond
to the call and he was obliged to do it
himself.
man
while Mr
llerBOg'R Museum.
This afternoon Herzog's 111 :
museum wiil open at the Opera Horn
and give a performance each afterm
and evening during the entire week.
The entertainment presented by this
without do.ibt, he
moth
combination will,
one of the most pleasing and enjoyabl*
that has ever been given in this city.—
One of the most entertaining features 0 !
the programme is the sii Ring am
specialities of those diminutive gentle
men, Omni Rosebud and Baron Ldtie
finger, both of whom are well know
this city, where they are great la
ites. Koine very interesting c
I
.
• n
: x | m ■ r:
1 !
incuts in modern
by Dr. Albert Merlin,
ful mind reading is al
tify an audience,
of other
performance conclud
Dumpty," l»y the gr«
tondino
agio are pi
ml his wond
ure to
>
IV s
There are i
ml" r
l the
cellent hj
>1 iin.j.'\
Uh
it Z.ir fr- fta p.
pe. The entertainment is
highly moral iu every resp et, mid no
lady neerl have the slightest, hesitation
underfill that
for 10
A
in a'tom-ing.
It
an li« *iv
portoi uiance
cenl h general aalmiHHioii, an.l lire chore"
■rvcil »eai» can bo furnihbed lor
cents.
ftURte or me Tlkormoiueier
Ad-r
at the Republican office in the
7 o'clock
/CV
L
10 o'clock
82
770
06°
i
Form & Go's thermometer registered
79 at
yesterday, 82 degrees at 3 p. *n.
> p. m., and 67 at 10 p. w.
The Weather.
all the
perature has risen in
districts, and showtrs may beexpecfeii
ms sections of the country. The
The te
IU VI
same conditions are likely to prevail to
morrow.
A Firiner's l.oss.
tf tin'
Ojw-ar Fenn,
DuPont films, near A l-u
the W. & N. Kail
ad,
n by the de
•n Saturday after
Mruction of ids earring
ill (111 oil 0 . 1 "
$70<». a j. in
involving a loss of alx
hicli 1 here is no ii.su
discovered about 4
ffbrts to extinguish the flames |. i
eessful. Mr. Fenn is nr oi l t ub
*eribor to tlie Rfim ulk an and wt
sympathize with him in bis lots.
'eli ek, and all
iih
<4o (O I'. A. Noriti A Id'll
For the Wilcox & White organs
H axel ton Bros, pianos.
and
Mews bumniary.
A waterspout on Hat urday washed
away the track of the Missouri Raeifi#
and Union Pacific Railroads houIU and
want.of Leaven worth, Kansan. On the
former road 150 foet were washed away,
and seven earn loaded with cattle, and
an engine tender went, into the river.
Seventy cattle were killed. In Home
places the water wan l'(oni two to five
feet deep. On the Union Pacitic hail
fell to a depth of two inches, Th
quartern of a mile of track and a bridge
were carried away. All trains wtre
delayed.
■arly yesterday morning BoxeyBray
and William Hendershoot, notorious
characters of Lawrenceville, Pennsyl
vania, were shot and mortal ly wound
ed by a policeman named McAleese.
The two ruffians were trying to abduct
a Herman girl. Policemen English and
McAleese interfered, and were set upon
by the ruflians and their friends, when
McAleese fin* 1 in self defence. It in
feared the policemen are injured inter
ually.
Monsiguor Capel preached yesterday
before a large congregation in St. Agnes
church, New York, on " The Necessity
of Religion to Humanity." He deplored
the growiug tendency toward infidelity
and said it would work great harm if
such ideas spread among the uneducat
" Religion was the sale
guard of society, tor without it men
would be led to commit all manner of
crimes."
l
I
e*l classes.
The total value of the beef aud pork
products of the United States during
the six mouths which ended April 30th,
$43,319,164, against $55,293,109dur
ing the corresponding period of 1883.
The total value of the exports of our
dairy products during the twelve
months which ended ou the 30th of April
was $15,571,376, against $12,625,125 dur
ing the nrecediuF twelve months.
Two freight trains on the New York
Central Railroad collided near Chitte
naugo on Saturday morning. A loco
motive and sixteen cars were wrecked,
a large quantity of merchandise de
car loads of sheep
utroyed and tw
killed. Gn)rge Fen ley, engineer, was
killed, and a brakeman was badly in
jured.
Frank McGinuesH.weigbmaster of the
Missouri Pacific Railroad, at 8t. Louis,
has been arrested on the charge of de
frauding the company la weighing cars.
It is said he shared with the shippers
the profit from the false weights. One
lumber firm is said to have saved $70,
000 by his aid.
About 80 plasterers' laborers in
Toronto, Ontario, struck ou Saturday
for $1.80 per day, an increase of ten
cents. The non-union bosses granted
the increase, the others refused it.
More than 100 plasters are made idie
by the strike.
Nathaniel D. Smith, an ex-Justice,
at one time a prominent local politi
was arrested in Portland, Maine,
Saturday, charged with bur
lie said " he would plead
nan,
ou
glary.
guilty because he wanted to go to
prison."
William Pinkney, doing a general
shipping and commission business in
the same city,also made an assignment.
He estimates his assents at between
$30,000 and $50,001*, and his liabilities
at twice as much.
C. McCulloch, Bucher & Co., ship
ping commission merchant* and bank
ers of New York, failed on Saturday.
Their liabilities are estimated all the
way from $260,000 to $600,000.
It is now known that one death oc
curred |from the Packachoog mill fire
in Worcester,MassacnusetLs, the victim
being George Snow, aged 15 years. The
injured are doing well.
There was a heavy frost in Lancaster,
Penna., on Friday night. It is feared
done to the young
damage has b<
tobacco plants.
A heavy snow storm raged at Paspe
l»iac, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence,
Friday, and six vessels were caught i
ihc ice.
George H. Slyer killed his
near Trenton, lndi
ily troub
yt*ar
ohf son, nolouiu
ana, yesterday morning. F
cle the cause.
.
A Nu«coNsfnI Firm.
Nothing succeeds like success, and
this term may be apily applied to Alex
ander ^ Wells, the gravel roofers. The
firm started business on a small scale
at Ninth and Church streets in 1871,and
a very short time compelled to
e to larger quarters at Sixth and
Orange streets. Here, by strict atten
tion to business and laboring to give
Hiitiro satisfaction, their business rapid
ly extended to such an extent that they
e obliged to purchase a largo and
convenient lot, situated on Fourth
stred below Lombard. Upon this lot
they erected a largo two-story brick
building and ail nee. ssary outbuildings.
The front story of the building is occu
cfiice, in fho rear of which is
hi. The entire second
s a tiunery.as the firm do
m . business in galvanizing,
pouting and all branches oi
were :
rem
p.«
!<
I
»ry if
iseii
.
iUh
i.
fifteen wrrk
i, m ho are kept busy in fulfilling 01 -
d i
r-ehlg
!
•er Eh ve
re The con
dre.
W'c-i k
t;i
W ilir.i
Ming
pon all the i
r
I ii
d o«
« n GI•>s:- ( »>n.pan.'
,si.nu
it
er bridge.
hi
hq
of M. I *
a'
.p.H-i
t which flu
•r
highly iii
'1 his ri'< fin
s ns Henry Disston
r Co., 1 1 Phil
4 , Edwin Ii. Fit
delpM-t ; Lobdell Car W heel Company,
and otbern of this
A
i
(.licit
ing work to do i
/V
nor
houhl h-ave their orders with
. Alcxunder He W eils.
hi:
Mew
A (Tinplrr of « rime.
y, finding his wife and
:fj together, near Coluin
hi.i, Illinois, on Friday morning, shot
i of them (lead, and then gave Mm
the authorities. Deitch was
Monvoe Or
William Doit
boM
*dlf up
a wealtfiy farm«-r, Mon
* a ji«*or imin
Deitch's
in Moot hiui.
b:uL ho being charged
hich
who rented a far
rf pntatto
\v:
similar to thus
issassi nation of Lord Lett
,rth of Ireland a fow years
,'ith praefi
cause*.I th
in the
rii
to
house at
A trai ln robbing a fi
r,, New York, on Friday inglit,
ml fired at the farmer
M
The ruffians then
•r. and got off' with
; wife.
l.i.t kill..I .
o.hbcd t.l-e far
5400.
id Triwiall and Kirby
it (Hen
lay niglit,
■ trill ;
relied about, hi
m Sati
• >y* T.
"
niiidall cut
■ii* li other.
Kirby's fhron.1, and tl»e lattj'i,
. dot and inort
MV. kill'd
in
in his
omid*
i
ub
wt
y
•Oiogthv.
all
\W.
'
] Polk and n ruan
were lynched iu
Arkansas, last week,
order of a young man named
her.
Two hrot
named K
ard (o
1
tail
,
Hot
3 •
for t lm
Ward.
and
Try Bush's coal; vou will like it.
CANDIDA?**' «JAMDB.
Mr. Ilnklll will Ulve Mr. Mtldtaam
a lleurty Mppert.
CARD FROM MR. STIDHAM.
Editors Kefubliuan : — Gentle
men-I l*eg to return my sincero thanks
to my many friends, for their hearty
support given me on Saturday last,
which secured to me the nomination for
the office of Sheriff' of New Castle Coun- j
ty. I also return my sincere thanks
to my competitors and their friends,
for the honorable manner in which they
conducted themselves during the can
vass, and on the day of the nomination ;
and sincerely trust that, with united
effort, we will elect, the eutire Republi
can ticket in New Castle County iu No
vember next. Should I lie elected to
fill the office of Sheriff of this County, I
will discharge the duties thereof to be
the best of my ability.
Yours Respectfully,
Frank C. Stidham.
CARD FROM MB. SPARKH.
Editors Republican (Je itlemen
-—Through the columns of your paper
l desire to return my sincere thanks to
my many friends for the Urge majority
given me, as the Republican candidate
for the office of Coroner of Newcastle
County on Saturday last. If elected 1
shall endeavor to fill the office with
credit and ability,
in my power si ...
the whole Republican ticket, in which
I hope to be joined by my late oppo
nents, who I hope will be more success
ful iu the future.
Every honeHt effort
hall be exerted to elect
Chahlrs E. Hi*arks.
Editors Republican Gentle
men—I wish to thank my many friends
of New Castle County, through the col
umns of the Republican, for the
hearty support # .hey gave me for the
Sheriff's nomination The result of
their earnest efforts, although not suc
cessful in nominating me, exceeded my
expectations, ami 1 f< •! very grateful
for the large vote polled in my behalf,
both in Wilmington and in the Hun
dreds.
For Mr. Stidham,the successful nom
inee, I have the best wishes, and shall
do all that lies in ray power to secure
his election next November. It is need
less to ask my friends to do likewise,
for the Republicans of New' Castle
County are unanimous in the opinion
that there ought to be no more Demo
cratic Sheriffs.
William A. Hu kill.
Near Kirkwood, Del., May 18,1884.
CARD FROM MR. HOAG LAND.
Editors Republican Gentlemen
—Ah a Jate candidate for the Sheriffal
ty nomination 1 sincerely thank my
many friends for the generous support
extended to me in the canvass and at
the primary elections throughout the
county ami city, aud I earnestly hope
that like interest and etiort may be
taken and made to insure the triumph
ant. election of my successful competi
tor, Mr. Frank C. Stidham.
E. H. Hu AG LAND.
Wilmington, May 17, 1884.
GARD FROM MIL TAYLOR.
Editors of Republican Gentle
men—L beg leave to return my thanks
to my Republican friends for the large
and flattering vote given me for Coro
ner on Baturday last, and although the
choice of the party was showu to be in
favor of Charles E. Sparks, one of my
worthy competitors, I heartily endorse
his nomination aud will do everything
iu my power to secure his election, and
earnestly solicit my many friends to
zealously vote for his election in No
vember next.
Levin h. Taylor.
CARD FROM MR. MACY.
Editors Republican .—Gentlemen
—While 1 beg leave to thank my many
Republican friends for their generous
support at the Republican nomination
for Coronor last Saturday, 1 would al
so say that there is not a particle of
so reheaded ness about me. I am hap
I shall do my level best to elect
diaries K. Sparks Coroner, ana elect
the Whole Republican ticket.
.Joseph II. G. Mauy.
py,
CARD FROM MR. WOODROW,
Editors Republican Gentlemen
—I have no complaints to make, hilt
many thanks to reuiru for the very
flattering vote I received for the nomi
nation for Coroner at the Republican
Though
hole Ke
nomination last Saturday.
•cessful myself, the
publican ticket, and Charles K.Sparks,
jeessful opponent, in particular,
shall receive my hearty support.
J. Walter Woodrow.
not
my
Husalaa Next f mperor,
ST. Pkteesbubg, May 18.—-The
majority of the CzarowRoh w as cele
brated to-day by various court and state
ceremonies, and a tele to the people in
the field of Mars. The Czar and t'zare
wttcii drove tiiruugh the crowd at mid
day in an open carriage ai d without
The window s along the route
were specially ordered
Prince William, of G nuany
name of his father, the Einj e *>r, con
ferred upon th Czarewitcii the order of
the Black Eagle.
The procession
• oeded ;o thr 1'alace cl-un h, the Czar
rina leailing. Vl-y
(l hv Queen Oigfi
1 .
be kept closed,
n t e
then torn eil and pro
■re I,.I
,.mI ( 1
,it G;
- I M
\N filial
•wi 1 < h, 1 i:e Dm i
•kh-l
Uza
ii
Prim
•h
u»V.
. grand dukes at d i
•l
the i
!. th
had been
Alter ,
-.witch took tlie oath of allegi:
( z:
he ('zar and loyalty to t.he Father
luncl, and swoie to maintain the legal
ssion to the throne. A
salute of 301 puns in honor of t
was then fired.
Returning to the palace tbe|Czare
wit-ch took the oath of military allegi
ance on the standard of his body guard
of the. Cossack Regiment. The Czare
witcli in the afternoon received (deputa
tions from all classes ot the civil, mili
tary and provincial population. The
entire city was brilliantly illuminated
at night and special services of thanks
giving were held in all the < Lurches.
Prince William placid a wreath of
immortelles ou the tomb of Alexander
in
II.
The Krtniti Rlnt. rani's.
The revival meetings at St. Paul's
inue w-ith mi
M. E. church Mill c
abated interest, and
pri *• sed conversion last, night. M
Sini '• • the great revivalist,
charge of the meet in (
a cordifil iuvitati
public to be present and help in tLo
several persons
■ill 1
is e
•xieii..l-d to the
i
After NovphIccu Ye
Aft"r being at
app'icaut for office
u v. .iik, MrS.ui.u-d Fisher,
fOI t
i.l
last been
of \V* ights
•d.ri
if I
a)
•dier
U|'P d'l'cl
lb
K*m
:i diligent officer
lor
Me tsmvs
■ y
kc
wi : l
vid P ..
sex County iu n
n
* n appointed lor bus
similar capacity.
v has b
meeting of the Young Men's
club will boheldto-iiiorrow
A. »i»eci
Republict
evening.
NPM Uli MMMTMOm
To Dow n Town Patrons.
Remember that the Branch Store of
the Great Tobacco Mart is at, No. 6 East
Third street, where we have not the
largest hut the best assortment of To*
bacco aud Cigars in the State, which
we will sell at ruinous prices. Cbapinar.
rhouwrspai
Reduced In prices. l ine re-touched onolnet
reduoed trow 16.00 i>er down to $3.00 per
do*en. Card photograph* finely re-touched,
reduced from va.M per doien to $1 60 per dot
T. (L Holland, photographer, gallery
307 Market street.
en,
Lookouf, Falntlnff.
W. S. Simmons, house and sign paint
ing, graining, glazing, etc. Brick stain
ing a specialty. Shop. 716Shipley street,
Bargains I Bargain© I I
For tiie next thirty days in cigars and
tobacco, to make room for new stock,
at 106 Erst Second street.
Fainting.
T. banner, 610 Market street, is still
aliveand ready to do all kindsof paint
ing and graining. Jobbing a specialty.
Burke and Helium.
Call telephone 247 for the best coa
for family use j also lime, sand, etc
liurke Hr I'.ei.urr, King and Railroad.
Fainting.
House and sign painting by Walt* r
Joseph, at 122 Market, street.
Having rooms fitted op especially for
storage of stoves, heaters, drums, etc.,
now prej»ared to receive for
storage during the summer months at
reasonable rates, stoves, heaters, drums,
etc. On receipt of order at store, will
send promptly to get the same and re
turn when w anted. Warranted to keep
in good condition. Schoen Heater and
Stove Co., 415 Market aud 414 Shipley
streets.
We have purchased this year nu
merous cuts of steamboats aud steam
cars, besides a good quantity of well
selected wood t ypo suitable for iioster
work, such as is used for pic nice and
Sunday school excursions, and will
guarantee good work, and prices in
keepiug with such at the Republican
office.
New styles of type will be constantly
added to the Republican job rooms.
We invite a call when wanting job
work, and
cau nlease both in work ami price.
Mr. Hanna, 005 Jefferson street, will
open his icecream saloon to-day, May
9tb. Special rates to parties and excur
sions. Families supplied at short notice.
(lo to No. 13 E. Fourth street for all
kinds of fruit and produce iu general
and save money ; wholesale and retail.
Bmeltz & Co.
I will prosecute all persons to the full
extent of the law found trespassing on
the property No. 832 Monroe street.
W. Scott Vernon.
Elegant toilet soaps, handkerchief
extracts and toilet powders for sale by
J. 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.
Hollandtakes pictures in cloudy weath
er as well os clear, by the instantaneous
process. Gallery, 307 Market street..
Ice cream wholesale and retail at
Hanna's, t*05 Jefferson street.
Smeltz & Co., the great Southern
produce dealers, 13 E. Fourth street.
Coal! good coal! French street wharf.
we
flatter ourselves that we
Congrtaa.
The unfinished business for the U. S«
Senate to-day is the House bill to es
tablish a Bureau of Labor Statistics
The Agricnlt
priatiou bills ami the Utah bill will
probably occupy the time of the Senate
during the week.
i and Pension Appro
•day committees will
be cal led for motion to suspend the rules.
It is expected that motions will he
made to suspend the rules and fix days
for the consideration of the Bankruptcy
bill, the Dingleyaml the McPherson fi
nancial bids and other important mea
sures. During the week, the Educa
tional and Land Grant Forfeiture lulls
ami the hill lo amend the Thurman
Binkiug Fund act will probably be ur
ged by their respective supporters.
Iu the U. 8.House of Representatives
on Saturday, the Senate amendments
to the Indian Appropriation bill w'ero
noii-couourred in. The Senare bill
extending The duration of the Court of
passed, with an
the time of ex
31. 1885. No
Alabama claims
ameuidment changing
tensioti to December
other business of general importance
was done.
Lost Pocket Boob.
Jacob Sbnwaiter, who resides with
his son, No. 607 Adams sneer,, hail the
misfortune yesterday to lose his pock
et-book, containing $100 in notes, and
silver dollars. In the morn
hole be
one or tw
ing, he visited the post-ofiio*',
1 . 00 k his pocket-book out for tlie purpose
id after doing
k« t, and
idled to
stamp,
of paying tor
so lie retnrniHi it, to his hip j
after taking a short walk pr
l's M. E.ohiircbjOii Market, si reel
j Seventh. After
turned to his home, and s<
missed his pocket-hook,
n examination lie found 1
tom of the pocket
permitted The
through the hole,
itably reward-, d on
'-rvu e
fine
'••r wards
1.1 the hot
ami
had given
1 y ,
pocket-hip k
p.'ISf
ill be
The 11
ie at
,i>- sln-ps ot
-rks.
at 1 )
>7 Au.mis street
he P.
W. .v 11 . ii. U..wii<-.|..-L"
Ituriied Onf•
. John Taylor, 1'riw'iiiiit of tie
( f Trenton,N.
H
Harmony Fi
J., met
night last.
the butchering busine
of the largest slaughtering
incuts In this country,
amount to $70,Oik), fully c
Company
lass on Thursday
■if b a sc.
Mr. Taylor
ran orib'a^cd in
ami owned one
chtablioh
Tlio liws will
ored by in
turance. Of tire loss *10,MW 0,1
slock, consibiiOB of ineatH, banif, oto.,
auil |3ft.ftft0 on lire bnii iin^. Hoiilk
tbe Hre tli« Amorica 1'iijiiuc was badly
biislered from 'be heat. Ihe
■' Witchy " boys aympaibiao min r -
Taylor, ns be i. one ot I ho most liberal
firemen in Trenton, always stands
panv.Mie Harmonv.
i>y his Ci
A Practical Man
For tlio Rkitmi
T he voters
not do hot ter
tive ot tin ir
nominating
rift), ward cm,Id
f ih»
selecting a rcpn^etita
id in Council than by
ho is ;
Mr. M. T. Pome
lone a great
libor
■d who I
proving the n
uin
he
wided l'>r
hich he has
hood iti
'!' ciiiiR ,'*r.
years.
la
r si;
ho
a man
ie voter,.4
.: vof tin
Pool*
and
rests
i:ind
ai !i
1
bas
T till! beet 1
,k a
lu
d
and would
i .
he
oil ot
A Vorr.
abiy rep.
I (,ricai-e.
PlMlKU
K Ol fiAN
act. i-ireet.
S: Wd
1 -/ W li fox
Buy r
F. A. N
W. ii. Mullen, Mm-iy
. it 11 He < *» ..
want.
Bush's coal is the kind y<
Fjjii
Hun rifles 4.43.
L'hrlstfield A Beet.
Agents for Dunlap** Hats.
Kmuford Brothers, Hatters.
Devi. crabs at Fullmer's.
Sun sets 7.iy
Wringers Bold aud repaired, at 313 Shtpley
Cl. S. Humphrey k Hro.,batters,302 Market
Fine 18 K. Kings, at Hant, 16 L. lounh st
Hratlllan Haloi, coughs and colds, 10 cts
Wine Is a turncoat; first a friend then
enemy.
Claw soup at Fullmer's.
Ice cold salt oysters at Fullmer's.
Intelligence office, 611 Shipley street.
Bute fresh made maple sugar, wc. store.
Coal, dour, feed, Sheward, 713 W. Front.
(Jtty Laundry, Sixth and Shipley streets.
Millard F. Davis, jeweler,H K. 2nd street.
«>e to West's, els Market street, for tuse j
ball aeeds
tie to West's, CIS Market street, tor spurt- j
Ina seeds. j
rhcaii Hour aud leed, Kimble, front and
Madison streets.
Choose sued! pleasures as recreate much
and cost lltt.e.
To succeed one must sometimes be very
bold, and rometlme, very prudent.
Go to B. Hammer, 30i Adams street, for
the best cigars ami cheapest tobacco. h
. . . ... . , _
Dr. I>arnion may be consulted at fils etfioe
No. 1824 Camac street, FklJadelpfila. *
As o trouble, wbo expects to find cherries
without stones, or roses without thorns.
Ulams and crabs, alto sa t oysters, at Pen
nells fish stand, 120 and 122 King street.
1 have lived to know that the secretol baj»
piness Is nover to allow your energies to stag
nate.
ny the bridge which a man selects does he
show the quality of his toui, and what value
he puts on It.
A u K00 4 < i. heart i8 # tho f* 111 , a ( nd ^ I f 0 v 0 ?,T or ,
Mver'ohMgS! ! " ^ * ht ' "*
Take your babies to Holland's, 807 Market
street, and have their pictures taken by the
instantaneous process.
There is no trait more valuable than a de
termination to persever when the right thing
is to be accomplished.
A great peril, safely passed, Instantly
sheds on all commoner hardships a strauge
llgbt of comfort and peaoe.
Thousands suved from death by Dr. Kin. s
New Discovkrv for CoLsatnptlon. Trial
Mottles free. N. H. Dantortb.
you measure aiqtht, give full mea
sure and weight with a just balance. One
hour of equity Is better than seventy years of
devotion.
Wh
Let not your fields nor your minds lie fal
low too long; they will produce a crop of
<Jh are much readier to take
id
weeds,
root than to leave.
Having huught a job lot of bill-beads and
cards cheap, we will give those who wish
printing the advantage in the money saved,
at the Kkfublican office.
Fenlnsuia Pwlnfa.
Laurel is looking for the erection of
forty new houses this season.
Mrs. John Lofiaml, of Milford, has
received a pension from the govern
ment amounting to $2,000.
Dover capitalists are now talking of
erecting a large flouring mill and wagon
factory. The glass works
under way.
The venerable Charles Tafinan, of
Odessa,has just passed the U2d anniver*
f his birthday, and while he is
hat infirm iu body, he is stil.
well
aary
some
bright and clear in mind, and cheerfui
in disposition
E. H. Beck, real estate broker, has
sold the farm belonging to Richard
Townsend, at Townsend, 168 acres, to
Wm. H. Money, for $14,0(H). Mr. Beck
also sold the home farm belonging to
W.H.Money, containing 118 acres,to B.
F.Truax, of Philadelphia, for $9,000.
Corn is coming up very regular, and
farmers think now that they will not
have the same trouble re-planting,they
had last year.
Clayton is now claimed again by two
parties. Smyrna had better buy the
place and move out then*.
The Dover Sentinel says : Col George
W. Whitaker has the tallest wheat in
this neighborhood, standing over 45
inches all over his field. Wheat gen
erally is very rank aud promises well.
The Middletown Transcript says : If
wheat quotations were as promising of
profit as the wheat fields of the Penin
sula are promising of a big yield
the farmers would be happier than they
art
The farm of the late John Kane,situa
ted in Pencader Hundred and contain
ing 108 acres,
trator i.
for $6,300.
Jane E. Kane, the heirs, were the pur
The stockholders of the Cecil County
Agricultural Society have decided to
increase the capital stock of the society
from $5,000 to $10,000. The new stock
is to be issued to build exhibition
buildings and improve the exhibition
grounds.
•as sold by the admiuis
recently
L. and
at Mount Pleasant
Misses Ann
An Excellent Sermon.
The Rev. Charles Hill, Presiding
Elder of Wilmington District, preached
rwerful sermon in Scott M. E.
church yesterday morning. His text
was the*20th aud .1st verses of the 3d
chapter of Pi
" Now unto him
iihle to do exceeding abundantly, above
ail that we ask or think, according to
. Unto
Christ
1
I's Epistle to the Ephe
liat is
si:
that worketh in
he glory in the church i>
hroughout all ages, wo
Amen." The masterly dis
•losest
the P
hi
l with*
Jesus
- was listened U) wi»h tin
(weeded to
folded and
.'mention, and as Mr. Hill pri
ibis subject, ho utn
• xp
mighty powers of God
er not generally thought of
made plain the
fir 1 (insidcred.
BAPflani.
Rev. B. T. Moore, ot the Shiloh Bap
Twelfth street
tist. church, on
Orange, baptised lit converts
Hrandywine yesterday afternoon,
colon d people, as well as a lar^e num
wbite population, turned out
to witness rheceremoiiy.inidevery avail
able spot near the Market street bridge
was occupied. Itev. Mr. Hoston assis
ted in tlie administration of the solemn '
rite,and the 8|>eelatorsconducted them
til. as much propriety and de- j
as could be expected. Mr. Moore ,
es much credit ft <r W* U>ora t*,
.„t,?hM p"p. riurTaMmuSSi
'--f tkeprec.pts.ncuicatedj^i^l
»y the Gospel. J
in the
The
her of the
elves
corum s
fleserv
adv
Last, Saturday morning Samuel Speak
ral agent for the Singer Sew
tele-|
Another Machine Agent Head.
man, gene
mg M-.dii
, ram from myrnii announcing tlie
death alt* r a short illness wPh typhoid |
,fj. H ColMn«, the agent of tlie
Collins'
m a w i fe
ji fami v who reside in this
Mr. Speakman re
ivs he started for
* Company, received
fever,
tmmpa
v at that place. M
d les
■Iderlv
an,
.mil gri
city, »"d a
on a
:«d 111
ke charg** of Mm
iin«iii4H.
second of Mr. Speakman's
» have died with this disease
reek, the other b* lug John
'1 liis is the
agents w
witnln a
Meginnis, of this city, who
last Thursday
asburlol
IN BONDS.
A VISIT TO RKW CASTLE JAIL
HOW THE PRISON EBS
fePEHD THEIR TIRE
At the conclusion of of the whippings
at New Castle last Saturday, a repre
sentative of the Republican visited
the interior of the jail, aud interviewed
a number ©f the prisoners. As he
walked along the corridor he noticed
that several of the cells had a strong
wire netting over the doors, aud as
this was something different to what
h*d over been before, he inquired
of Warden Hance the meaning of it,
aud was informed that since the recent
attempt to break jail by some of the
prisoners, it had been adopted as a pre
cautionary measure and was used on the
doeisof the cells occupied by four of the
most dangerous inmates.
Morris Oarberry bad just finished
j shaving, and was in excellent spirits,
,r.emml much pleased to see the
j scribe who was well acquainted with
j | ( ] u „ before he occupied bis present
position. As usual lie evinced toe live
lieat interest in wbatwas taking place
i,j Wilmington, and asked a number of
questions concerning bUBinessand other
1 .
"'i fooks much better than lie did
sometime ago, but is rapidly g owing
kraver. After a few minutes spent in
k«»yer. r «nnrt^r mov«l on
conversation, the reporter moved on to
the cell occupied ^y Jerry • arr ga ,
who now has Reardon i° r{ * companion.
Jerry is growiug stout, and is iu excei
lent spirits. Reardon (tailed the visi
tor's attention to an article that appear
j n the Court report of the KepUBLI
CA s ij^t week, which stated that Den
lllb Quill came of a good family, and
WJih a man of 6Xce llent character until
within the past year.
B«jth Harrigan and Reardon contra
dieted thia, and the first named averred
*>>at he knew bim jn Ireland, where
certain actions of his made it very de
sirahle for him to leave that country in
the shortest possible time. He also
HA jd that Quill was an inveterate enemy
of his, and seemed very much afraid
t bat something might happen between
and next s aUir day that would pre
voot, bis receiving the lasbes imjjosed
. ,
- uu- tyUiiiL.
On the opposite side of the same
lidor, Lewis List and b s
List occupy a cell together. I be elder
w1 ih sitting just inside the grated door,
while Lewis F. was pacing up and
down the cell in a nervous maimer. He
complained that the confinement was
making rapid inroads on bis health,and
when told by the reporter that be was
getting fat, said that bis face was swol
Iiotb men seemed very down
hearted and despondent. Like many
others of the prisoners they employ the
greater part of the time in making little
fancy articles, which they dispose of to
visLors, and thus realize a htne change
diase needed articles ou side the
cor
Lewis F.
p
len.
to |
prison fare.
Did and another prisoner were busy
in a room adjoining the kitchen paring
, and seemed contented witn
their lot. The first named
owl fur life, and has been iu the jail
about seventeen years. Some of the
S enrts have allowed hiiu considera
ble liberty and many privileges, and
there is no doubt that, had he been so
disposed, he could have left the jail
long ago, but even with the desire
which lie certainly feels to hav
liberty, it is uot at all probable that he
wi.l ever attempt to escape, or that he
will ever leave the jail, except by a
pardon from the Governor.
Croney was busy in doing different
things around the jail, and appears to
be iu good health and excellent spirits.
Farrington's time expires today, and
it is but natural to be supposed that lie
was rejoiced at the prospect of so soon
being released from his imprisonment
He said that he
point
senteu
his
a year's duration.
» not intend to lead a seataring life
again, but would seek employment as a
rigger.
U her
long hours in different ways,
others sleeping, and in
coiored men,
do
prisoners were spending the
some
reauing
cell where there
ire tw
they were busily engaged in playing
cards, and merely raised their eyes
the visitor stopped at their cell door.
The c« lls, and iu fact the tutlrejail,
clean and kept in good order, but some
of these apartments have an air of
.iM around them, which shows
that the inmates themselvesai
pride in seconding the efforts o! the
Sheriff' and Warden Hance to make
their quarters as comlortable as pos
sible.
The prisoners, with the exception of
those already mentioned, who make
fancy and useful articles for sale, spend
their time in idleness, and it seems
that it would uot ouiy be au act of
justice to the tax payers,
eat and toil to support the
of the law, but also a chanty to the
prisoners themselves, to have some
arrangements whereby they would be
obliged to work aud contribute to their
own support.
It is bard to see Low imprisonment
can ofherwiiv- be beneficial, or how the
desired end of refo
be obtained in any other manner.
idleness for a term
near
take a
ra
riio have to
violators
hese people
ug
If a man is kept i
of years, and then turned loose
the community, the
•ill iu a short ti
bad, or possibly
his living in
ciuihees are that he
relapse into habits
worse, than those f >r which he was at
tirst punished, and
many terms, becom
has served
t a hard, lied
ual. K ich of tire prim irera, with poohilily
,-xcoption of tire l.ists, Hroinwl to bo
•\cd up l>y a hop
•r, something
end their iuipri
wdiose sentences are al
:ed lo count the hours.
rim
1 hat, so
•r or
h
ould transpire to
ment, aud those
ost COinph led
Kprinu twyias.
Mr h (1 Gr „ ( , uu ,a„ t Jr., located
^ N<)> HU j tinR 8t r ,.,. tl) )lt now ready to j
wciimim|au , those of our citizens v ho;
wi " h , r r x ^v'\ M
.-e. Call and see bts
' B j
Irfminlutt* and Notions.
Mrs. Toy has estahlished a rtrsfc-o a s
? and not ion store at 613 W'e t (
Eighth street. Her selection of gmdsj
is of the best, and the prices asked i-rej
the low»*st. The patronage of the pub ic
is respectfully nolmtn-d.
trimmi
l
leal.
II IXI ft
Cap'. W. P. Seville will read a paper :
before the Historical Society tills even- 1
ing, setting forth the services rendered
by the First Delaware Regiment in the
Rebellion,
|
Cheap, f
20 and 25 *
and straw
13 E. Fourth strep
Duller.
Hu in r.
1» Lain ;
. r County butter,
•ill kinds of fruit
berries I Smoltz He Co., No.
A
Hlt,H.
It la Hi markable
Mow soon a cold,, . . •• cored by f-1
lowing closely M.ndir
with each bott le ht C
ions that oiii
ad a Pine ( ou.h
try it if you
d
Syrup. Be sure j i
anything of the $1.
\
\
Special
SPRING OFFERING
-OF
'!
I
mer
I
Refrigerators
I
!
Baby Carriages,
>1
p j
mm MftniNss ,
A first class dry air refrige
rator with porcela n lined
ce cooler combin'-d, lor
$12 00 ,
which you can have by pay
ing $2 cash and $1 weekly.
A handsome basket baby
carriage upholstered in cre
ton or raw silk, four springs
and lace parasol cover, for
S 10 . 00 .
Which we will deliver on
payment of $1.00 cash and
Si.oo weekly. Also a lull
line of 25 different styles in
ra tan and reed, correspond
ingly low in (rice.
A complete assortment of
a
5
from 15 emits to 40cents, in
plain, whito and fancy col
ors.
•RMS.
r T'' r
i L
On a bill ol $10.00,
down, and $ 1 a week.
I
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WILNMNGTON delawa e.

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