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U u^ (A U s DAILY REPUBLICAN. rst 1 J9 PRICE ONE C! NT WILMINGTON, DELAWARE, TUESDAY, JUNE 17.1884, ML XIV. NO. 22, ffirssoiMARY. OS r in Mexico was Stfiima resn lt i» not yet o Suuil»y-' m tl „ m tli« City inuciil- A , 11 it ua* usually keen ixioo "W a , i«.t8 of ballot* iuntoffl of the 1'reni tn LbeW t" ii llw( ,]u„g in the preceding the eleo thef r '"'this formality wa» luff ,bl , B ' " bullev«l the ballots *d, a" J 'Vi ... . 1 ,,. imllink P laceH :rvo^^ bi " ;a,Brufore,,ewif f ""ey, d eilltor of the Rich J. Maloney, wa8 arrested V !""hv in hloTitfiiiml liia office '. ,Sy i y «n a f,,r s 1 » nd " rin K cloeeil A11)anlt . Maloney s eIt Tl I'fl now. It is said that wW liseilat*' ' full(lW trom other "".nnriiM Maloney In his paper Knba.l v «, attacking Gov ^" ■1,1 lailL'elltovee, ami many prenfiMSt anil iutlmintlal men in State." Inner rrt l of ■ x-O.r.ttr.MStaau Uies " [0 ,,| ( place yesterday heading I'.jiii Senator , itoHwure. U. A. Mcolls, f?'? ft t'.e Hast l'l'iiiisylTauia B ,mlHr, Diner Luther, of the e°lloard of L'iaarities, were among nail-besrers. at dob ami War mil Cmintiaa, llie crops. . Dixon, a nw.ltmt of Welsh ali ,:.. Lanciisn r County,Penn*., ,,, 1 . 1 , 1.0 11 .j.mi no. V. :11mm W ilson, ■, Parker Imvti nuo. All ure jersey, also di lesThomas and arrested i>'f the 1 German toil his letters , will sail from His sue Alveiisltibeu, in not country for Iccker, th von iit-r, who ins pn will lo the l'r^sii* •h in.it. •York out la He ct«l to arri .0 time, the Coun v n m this Clerk's office in New to the > entered of O. M. jiulgmcnts yeht< (ifalioin fl- ' 1 ,' ^ufthfti >ii agh. ... , art&Cu., bankers aud brokers, w ho aiiiht the tir itlyfaii.d. before service at Lyon's church, nty, Pa., ing, a runaway te; •e other teams, injuring il severely, irv towi.nlfip, U-rksC unday ded with twelve pur )1I8, si gli none lata Hill day celebration Charleston, Massa ih a grand torch b«giiu in setts, last night tprocession under the auspices of Mystic Order of Owls." Prohibitionists of New Hainp State Couvcn itoiub<*r next, and nomi a full state ticket, larles U. Mcsfii ufacturer of r«»'.i do, Ohio,has made ssigniiitht. The assets are said to a largo tobacco final. Hlliam Houlk, :i wealthy farmer of pconioritown. ponSunday In a vicious Clydes kefident Arthur and Secretary Lin spent part »i yesterday trout fledi on Long Island. pe Tell city furniture factory at city, Indiana, was burned Digit. Loss $GU,(KM). 'he Confederate Virginia, were d< corated ytiSter . was torn to 81111 - at Peters 8 H liltvr wardit's ;■.* l'.aynard's, Fifth Market .streets, (he mmntuluu Farce. farce which took place in this ' i»t, calif d m , and of rit;ht ought f the kind (wiS-itur.!, iininuia urn I., 1 i 1 i h or iii)y T ■iii*w s\ il no 4 1:, ..ih, 1 , loth and vere enough 1 to disgust, unv claims at all to; ■t M>bri ft Mr tar i-i y. It hashed ioom of nouiiua ifilicc of Sheriff in operation that, peer should bo paid by iiitf ilm elect ion to ihe qualifications of the iiy-one years and up h. boy not out of hi» some respect was 'li of the person ut about six years i whisky plan was fully Vl kind ot Juii, Waiter k, the <iuaiiHo:it io i, cash a „ able to fur very ueceasary wiuureto win. In this 1 n a ^ d a sit... .. . IIM1H « nce that one ulKce some live or nix 1,1 I'lisou a man who Ktheeat in this city,ami 3ndiihi,.' , S "' ri !! "'hnn he was a lar Ur " in(! ' furnished him H. a r'Z; t h, C " 1 ' , f ° r e ' ei ' ,,,, i 1 ' but "ow he was a SUfiffiL tLl8 tiotiditiou thought that !,o W t ' 8 . tu0 •' x;lc t'i>K, and told 41 "d 1 wor h<id hard for his 'CV , " Vk8 '" "aiil i. r ' |,1 J'> 'hut I paid you 1181011 1 would say om henrid" m ob '"' rver can see 4(u :,„ 8 -'"'h, under the present .CS " Hdates'forla fiotanv r.l 11 W1 entirely uao inthe rvf ,nan T< > offer him um - v of Now Castle. N I' ,r0n ' rr " Uo X'Prestlon. 't * . laibn f.'.' 11 ' "f ovdere for »«w,; Easton 1'enna., the iron trade depreasion i »/." WilliainH townwhip, CL wbl <* supply 11 ,,,' 1 , 1 . Gompiiny'K furnaces, "anI,' illi,ie " of Samp •uni others were e period, aud in her of ui«n \t,/ "'i'. "'town f ()r >qiH*u f bub ti teaiurt • !• 11 ^" 8'' i ordt-r*rHiliw..i , w,,l '* ra have had eighty-five to The -| .. Ticket. b uUiHng"»t2 "i't f„ tv 11,0 J '"FUrtiil, Place uich is e< * !t «thVki nrt 1 get your at Baynard'a. you want Working for Bayard. A number of Democrats assembled in the Levy Court room yesterday af ternooti at 9 o'clock, for Ube'parpoiMj of starting a boom lor Senator Bayard for the Presidential nomination, aud to arrange to have a delegation at Chicago to advance his interests. Chairman Armstrong, of the Democratic County Committee, was called upon to fireside, and Clerk of the Peace E. It. Cocbran acted as secretary. Among those present were Thomas Ford, John McCaffrey, GeorgeII.Hates, Esq., Thomas L. Mousley, George C. Kotbwell, William Herbert, Ignatius C, Grubb, Esq., J. Frank Ball, fesq., Robert H Taylor, Merris Taylor, J. Wilkins Coooli, James Van degrift, L.C. Vaudegrift, Esq., Nathaniel Williams, Thomas Davis, Esq., John 8 . Grobe, Frank E. Smith, James Roberts, It. Frank Townsend, Levi A. Bertolette, Dr. J. F. Speck, George W.Humphrey, Lewis Basse, Jerome B. Bell, George Abele, Thomas Holcomb, George A. Maxwell, A. L. Osborne, Janies O', Toole, Henry B. Mclntire, Berick F. Shall cross, James T. Bhallcross, Joseph L. Carpeuter, Jr., Lambert V. Nickerson, William Green, Milton Lackey, E. H. Singles, Levy Court Commissioners Human and Taylor, Thomas M. Ogle, Enoch Moore, Jr., J. L. Vallandigharu, Esq., James R. Booth, Esq., Alexander B. Cooper,Esq., Thomas R. Lully, Patrick Neary, Edw. JL. Martin, Charles Nowlin, J. P. Elia son, Willard Baulsbury, Jr., J. M. Houseman, J. Frank Biggs, John Biggs, Esq., Joseph Medill, Walter Cuinmins, Esq., Martin Farrell, John i'. R. Polk, Esq., J. Parke Postles, Alexander Comegys, William F. Caus* oy and W. Scott Way. It was stated that the Pennsylvania Railroad Company had fixed the fare for the round trip from this city at $28.BO, but it was thought still better arrangements coub he mad*. A nuni her of names of those who propose to go were taken, and about $700 sub scribed to pay expenses. • It was also agreed to take a band with the Delaware delegation, who it is expected will number from 75 to 100 per The coBirnittee on subscriptions is,T. Wilkins Couch, E. It. Cochran and J. Park Postles. The committee on trans portation anil baud is John C. Farra, Thomas Holcomb and K. R. Cochran. Wbsi ncUouald Ttiiaka. Chicago, June 17.—Ex-Senator Jo seph E. McDonald, of Indiana, says the Kepupiican ticket is very Btrongjn lo calities whore the party is strong, and that Blaine will make a good rod-hot campaign, being a fearless and aggres sive man. He still thinks the Demo crats will carry Indiana, which State, he says, will he a unit for him. Ex Governor Hendricks, he says, will he elected a delegate-at-iarge to the Demo crat ic National Convention if he cares to be,and wil^undoubtedly presideover the Indiana Convention. In regard to Mr. Tilden's declination, Mr. McDon ald said: 1 have always felt that Mr. Tilden would not be a candidate, in view of the state of his health. There can be 110 doubt that the dominant sentiinentof the party was favorable to the old ticket, and if lie had not declined his linrnina* lion would have followed as a matter Id r*a of course. Mr. Hendricks turally liave gone with Mr. Tilden, for e could not be taken up without the other. Now that Mr. Tilden b&B de clined to serve, thesituation is changed; the party must select other leaders, and 1 am couviuoed that the party will choose wisely, and that the candidates selected at our convention will win. In the language of Mr. Tildon, no man is essential to the Democratic party, in regard to his being mentioned in with the seoond place on connect the ticket, Mr. Don aid would say nothing beyond the fact that of course all manner of combinations were being made. But, at the same time, he did not say that lie would not accept the second place. Hie Opera Hoai*. The past season at the Opera House has been equal to any in its history, and some of i he best artists on the stage have appeared, while a number of new plays have been produced. The coming season, which will open about the first of September, promises to be even more brilliant tliau the pant, and already Joseph Jefferson, Catharine Lewis, Aimeft, the popular French boufie ac tress, Robson and Crane, John T Ray mond, Maggie Mitchel and other well known and talented artists have secur ed dates. Three of the Madison Square compa nies will appear, aud among the plays to be presented are " The Black Flag," " Hearts cf Oak," Michael Btroghoff," "The Silver King," " Storm Beaten" aud " Separation." The Boston Ideal company will appear in opera, and the Educated Horses havesecuredjhe house for a week. . These are but a moify of the attractions that wili;be presented, and Manager Baylis will use his best efforts to procure everything of note that is presented in the larger cities. An Untonnd Ship. The practice ships Constellation and Dale, with the naval cadets on board, left Annapolis on Monday morning ou their annual cruise. It is probable, however, that the Dale will not go. On Sunday, in adjusting her rudder, "rotten wood was discovered, the taifrail being almost entirely decayed. There was hardly any lound wood found to hang tho rudder to. This led to au examination, when more rotten wood was discovered in the bow. The vessel will go through Hampton Roads for inspection to determine whether it, can proceed ou the cruise." Bale *f C«w». At the sale of E. S. Perkins, iu Bran dywine Hundred, on Friday las 1 , fresh cows sold at $1)0 and $70. Our towns man, George G. Lobdell, Esq., pur chased nine out of the lot,some of which are said to have been very fine. Mr. Lobdell al 8 <» purchased five cews at the sale of Roberts and Tyson, at Lin wood, on Baturday, at prices ranging from $00 $70. ▲ Singular AfcMeul. Yosterday a little girl named Ellen Welsh, while playing in the yard at. No. 12 school with n pencil in her mouth, was run against and pushed down by another girl, jamming the dm e it stuck. pencil iu her throat She was removed to her hom«', No. 1.510 was attended by K ing street,where nil: Dr. Herbst. Personal. John M. White, formerly of this city, is now employed on tho West Chester Daily Republican. Thomas D. Webb, Esq., is passing few weeks with friends in Pooopson township, Chester County, Pa. Free typen Air Concert. Prof, lteyboid and a full orchestra at the Ebbitt House Summer Garden to night. a ir Fi>ltiif>lionin#r aklBfkicer. This form of cancer is the most preva lent type, and la in many cases fata], as it gradually eats away uut.il It d« stroys life. It would seem that Swift's Spei iric is indeed a specific lor this scourge. Mrs. K. A. Armstrong, Verona, Miss., writes under date of May 1(1, 1884: "After taking six bottles of Swift's Specific ihe cancer is healing; isgreatly reduced in size. It now gives me no pain, and rny general health has so much improved that I am able to be up and attend to my household duties— something I had not been able to do iu several years. I feel that it will cure me.'' Mr. M. N, Clayton, of Red Clay, Ga., writes under recent date : " Ail painful sensations in my cancer are decreasing. I feel decidedly better, and the cancer has commenced to heal.*' Dr. M. F. Crumley, Ogolchorpo, Ga., writes under date of *M ay 10th : "Mr. Naves, who bad such a terrible catlcer on bis face, is about well. New skin had grown all over Ids taco, and looks almost as well as it ever did, and 1 would like some of your company to see him." Mr. W. JI. Gilbert, Albany, Ga., writes under date May 8 th: "Mr. Brooks, of Bacon ton. is improving fast. He is now able to be up. When he commenced Swift's Specific bo wan not expecting to live. lie has cancer hi* face." Messrs. J. & J. B. liar tor, of North Manchester, Ind., write, under date of May 1st:" The lady with oa*.cor is im proving right along. The Specific in creased the discharge for the first few days, but the soreness is gone aud she is much hotter." Mrs. W. II. Route, of Gordonaville, Va., writes, under date of May 11, 1884: "I am much improved. The cancer is better; does not pain me at all. It Is a wonder to all my friends." Mr. James E Ligou, of Michaux Ferry, Va., writes under date of May 10,1884: " My condition is greatly im proved; my general hcaPh »s good; my appetite good; cancer decidedly better, and has begun to heal nicely. How can I ever repay you ?" Mr. J. B. Rhodes, of Mill 1 Liver, N. 0., writes under date of May 19, 18K4 : " My mother has been using Swift'rt Specific about two weeks, aud is im proving. The cancer is not now painful and is healing.'' Mr. T. J. Teale, of Wacissa, Fla, writes under date of May 2, 1884: " Swift's Specific has cured a cancer on ray face, and has almost made a young man out of Mr. K. Tinsley, of Burr Mills, Va., writes May 1, 1884: "My wife has taken four bottles of Bwift's Specific for a cancer, aud has improved wonder fully. I shall keep it up; have no doubt it will cure her." it may be out of place to state that Swift's Specific (S. S. 8 .) is entirely a vegetable preparation, and seeuis to cure cancers by forcing out the poisou through the cancer. The public should be cautioned about imitatioub of our remedy, and beware of all potash and mercury mixtures gotten up t> imitate us, aud soil their poisonous stuff on the reputation of our Specific. These potash mixtures not only do no good iu cancer treatment, butare absolutely dangerous. Bend for full history of Blood aud Skin Diseases and Cauc«r Treatment. The Swift Specific Co., Drawer 3, Atlanta, Ga., 159 W. Twenty-third street, N. Y., and 1205 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. Labor Note*. More than half the employees of the Empire Pottery at Trenton, New Jer sey, who struck last Friday against a new rule requiring them to be at the shop from 7 a. m. until uoou aud from 1 to 6 p. m, continuously, resum ed work yesterday morning, " after n satisfactory conference with the firm." The movement for a generai shut down of the mills in the vicinity of Troy, New York, has failed, only 40 percent; of the required 75 per cent, responding to the proposed agreement. The Cohoes mills are running ns usual. The mills of the Volta Iron Company at Apollo, Panna., which have beeu closed for some time because the manu facturers refused to sign the scale, will start up to-day with urn-union men. The Wood vale woollen null, at Johns town, I'a.,suspended operations cn Mon day for an indefinite period owimz to lack of orders. Three hundred employes are idle. The general strike of the river coal miners of the Pittsburg district,ordered to. begin on Monday, seems not to have tyeou goneral. The* majority of the mines remain iu operation, and tne striae is expected to din cut. meeting ef (b« Historical Nodefy. Tho last mHoring of the His orical Society until fall, was bold last even ing, with Judge Wales presiding. The minutes wem read, when Dr. Bush moved thnt the paper recently rear! by Captain Saville be printed, but no actiou was taken on the mat ter. The librarian reported that the fol lowing contributions had been received since the last report: Report of the United States Coast aud Geodet : c Survey for 1881, 1882 and 1885, a treatise 011 "Projections," twenty-three appendixes to the Coast and Geodetic Surrey Reporta, all by Captaiu Jardella of Washington ; two volumes of the census of 1880, from Senator Bayard ; Report of the Board of Ordinance, General Bennett, U. B. A.; thirty old almanacs from Mrs. Samuel Canby; pamphlets and papers from I)r. Bush ; a copy of the Wil mingtonian, from t he publishers. There are now from 12,000 to 14,000 books, pamphlets, newspapers, etc., in the library. After the transaction of some minor business, the Society adjourned until tho third Monday in September. Hand Injured. About 11 o'clock yesterday morning H. G. Pruitt., residing at No. 804 Pine ntreet, had the middle finger of his left hand badly mashed by being struck with a hammer, while taking out a flue at the boiler shops of tlie P., W. & B. Railroad Company. His injuries were attended to by I)r.Cantwell at his office Eighth and Bpruce streets. Lose. A breastpin was lost on Thursday last by a lady on the Union excursion, or on her way home from the boat. The limler will be suitably rewarded on leaving tho same at Parker a, No. 103 Last Second street. TIimv fjomplalulng of Sore Throat or Hoarseness should use Bbown's Bbonchial Tkoches. The effect iBextraordinary, particularly when used by singers and speakers for clearing the voice. Silver watches at Baynard's, Fifth; aud Market Btrcets. Pianos and organs of all kinds at Bivynard's. 1 ' IFMHAi mnioi «#■ Powell liroH. have on their stalls in the Third street anil Madison street markets a good supply of sea bass, blue fish, lobsters, butter fish, flounders, mackerel, codfish, halibut, haddock, porgiea, sea bass, treat, eels, salmon, shad, herring and a lot of snappers. A Mew flax >o Make .Honey. Boys, save your Ilappy Thought tags. I will give 10 ceuts for one hun dred of them. Also will give a cent a piece for Bull Durham Bags. Chap man, Sovenill and Orange, aud bln. 5 Hast Third street. hookoub Faimmir. W. 8 . Simmons, hpuse and Hign paint ing, graining, glazing, etc. Brick stain* ing aspeoialty. Bhop. 716 Bhipiey street Bargain*! Bargain*I! For the next thirty days in cigars and' tobacco, to make room for cow stock, at 105 Hi* -*1 Second street. Palming. T. Danner,'510 Market street, is still alive aud ready to do all kinds of paint ing and graining. Jobbing a specialty. Frowi'tl Reliable I Safe Canada 1'me Syrup for coughs aud colds, can be depended on every time. 25 cents a bottle. Burke and liellum. Oall telephone 247 for the best ooa for family use; also lime, sand, etc Burke A Keliuro, King and Railroad. Flab ami Clams For the best and freshest fish and greatest, variety, call at McClure's fish stalls in the Eighth street market. I«* Cream. Kyle's ice cream can he found at his old stand iu the Second street market. Families ordering their ice from the Kennebec Jce and Coal Co. are sure to go' pure eastern ice, because they do not servo auy. home ice from their family trade wagons. Now added We invite a call when wautiug job work, aud we flatter ourselves that we can please both in work and nrice. Pond's Extract, Humphrey's Marvel of Healing and dark's Giant Lini ment for sale by J. R. Hartman, Fifth and Peplar. Kendall's Spavin Cure, Keudall's Iilister and Flint's Horse Powder at Taylor & Fullerton's, 302 King street. Patronize home industry. Buy Lain nan's preserves, jellies, etc. For sale by all grocers. Kennebec Ice aud Coal Company (lo not mix up home ice aud eastern ioe od the same wagon. Holland takes pictures in cloudy weath er as well as clear, by the instantaneous process. Gallery, 307 Market street.. Now is the time, and 713 W. Front street is the place to get bargains in coal, flour and feed. Call,259. Sheward. Yerger*s, 405 Bhipiey street, is the place to get screens for windows and doors made to order at ajiori notioe. Hot lunch every day at 11 o'clock and every Tuesday and Baturday nights at the Ebbitt> House. Kennebec Ice and Coal Company Hupply lo their family trade pure eastern ieeouly. The place to get your gold watches is at Bay card's, Fifth and Market streets. Ice cream wholesale and retail at Hanna's, (105 Jefferson street. For a great bargain i warranted not to cut, Russell. The place to get your ice on Sunday is at 209 West Eighth street. Lot of spreads and fly nets at Yerger's, 407 Bhipiey street. All kiuds of silver ware, solid and silver-plated, at Baynard's. Coal I goodooal! French street wharf, Fiench street wharf is the p ace for good clean coal. styles of type will he constantly to the Republican job rooms. Black Silk, luatallatlou of Officer*. A meeting of the State Convention of th« Ancient Order of Hibernians of Delaware, was held at Hockossin on Sunday. During the year there lias be-n an increase ofover 200 in the mem After the transaction of other hersi up, business, the following officers wore in stalled : Bute Delegate, J. J. Mullin ; State Secretary, James Finnegan ; State Treasurer, J. M. A'Hearn ; County De legate, E. F. Kane ; County Financial Secretary, J.E. White ; County Record ing Secretary, Milos Jennings ; County Tr* asurer, John Barden. Division No. 1 —President, John Barden ; Vice President, John F. Dai 0 / ; Financial Secretary, M lea JonnfugA ; Recording Secretary, Maurioo Walsh; Treasurer, 11. Can I'idy. Division No. 2—President, William Casey ; Vice President, TIioh. Croswiu ; Financial Secretary, Michael Mullin ; Recording Secretary, T. J. Hawley: Treasurer, T. McCra'hv. Division No. 3.—President. J. E. Whit© ; Vice President, M. Sullivan; Financial Secretary, John McKel vey ; Recording Secretary, Alex ander Wasson ; Treasurer, Frank Rey nold*. Division No 4—President, John Bul ger ; Vice President, Wil.iam Galla gher ; Financial Secretary, J. It. Kel ley ; Recording Secretary, P. F. Quig ley ; Treasurer, T. L. Clark. Division No. 5—President, John Lynch ; Vice President, D. Lucy ; Fi nancial Secretary, J. C. Haggerty ; Re cording Secretary, D. J. Hyde ; Trea surer, M. J Gebagen. Division No. (3.—President, J*. 1*. Dougherty; Vico President, John Shan non ; Financial Secretary, F. H. Dougherty ; Recording Secretary, John Cassidy ; Treasurer, William Coughlin. Hibernian Rifles—Captain, J. P. Dougherty ; First Lieutenant, J. F.Dai ley ; Seoond Lieutenant, T. Corliss. A C'nrlona ftswer. Mrs. James Croker has had at her residence, 934 West Sixth street, for six years a flower which she calls the Pope's Head. It is a large round green plant, which grew very slowly for three years, when long sprouts grow from the plant, and on each of the sprouts a beautiful about niDe o'clock one evening and re mained until 9 o'clock next evening, wheu the flowers faded away. Every year since the flowers have burst out aud lasted t weuty-four hours. A great many people called to all of whom said they had never seen the like before; they lmd seen the plants, but never kn« white flower burst forth it on Sunday, them to bloom. Chnffdah Snawl*. The newest and most fashionable wrap for eveuing wear, in light blue, pink, crimson, cardinal, cream aud greys, from $3 to $6 at G. Worrell'B, Masonic Temple, Uo to F. A. North St € 0 *. For the Wilcox & White organs, and il axel ton Bros, pianos. in m [jj m / Alfred Edgar Beet. Bun rleet 4.34. Agent* for Dunlap'* Hate. Kumford Brother*, Matter*. Disinfect. Watch the tramp. Weeds ere growing. Too many croakers. Business Is improving. Assist the unfortunate. Devl» orabs at Fullmer's. Clam soup at Fullmer's. Tr/ Alnwow's clam soup. Did you make a full week ? The inonih Is passing away. *• W hat will the harvest be?" Try AIuhoow's deviled orabs. Try Ainsoow's deviled olame. Try Aineeow's clam chowder. Try Ainsoow's Ice cold oysters. Ice cold salt oysters at Fullmer's. Steady .1 Tinkers have steady habits. Vano was executed Juno 14th, 1602. Juujm tt. Polk d'.ed June 16th, 1849. " Orthodoxy " by Ingersoll, 4lo E. sd at. Coal, hour, feed, Sheward, 713 W. Front. CPa Laundry, Sixth and Shipley streets. Millard F. Davis, jeweler,8 E. 2nd street. Clock's of all kinds cheap, 99 .'oct store. Fruit, flower and exenrsion boskets. 9»c. Turtle soup and stewed orabs at Fullmer's Wringers sold and repaired, at 318 Shipley (1. S. Humphrey A IJro.,hatters, 302 Market Fine 18 K.. Kings, at iianf, 16 J£. Fourtn st •Brazilian Balm, ooughs and colds, lo cts Harriet B. Stowe was born June 14tb, 1812. Magnacharter was dated June 16th, 1216. We nay to high prioes for market produce, fall in love. Step into it very geut p, 707 Shipley Bun sets 7.28 K iy Try AIuscow'b snapper street. 4 ci. F. Lovell;best beef, No. 11 2nd street market. Thu human tyitem needs a rest one duy in seven. Always keep a full stock of umbrellas fcn hand It's always a 'a f o proceeding to pay as you go. • Go to West's, 618 Market street, for base ball goods. Go to West's, 818 Market street, for sport ing goods. Barefooted boys around the streets are now In faHOion. There is no more fragrant bhssom thau a magnolia. Tooth brushes at Ware A Smith's, 6th and King streets. Cheap hour and feed, Kimble, Front and Madison streets. Use the double ender file, at Mullin's, I rout street. Sensationalism is wholly out of plaoe in a Christian pulpit. The summer will be over almost before you are aware of It. It In said that General Washington was a prolltio letter writer. Dou't worry about the weather; it Is abun dantly able lo take care of Itself. For good artistic photographs, try West cott fit CummiugB, 102 Market street. Go to B. Hammer, 301 Adams street, for tiio host cigars and cheai>e8t tobacco. Dr. Datinon may be consulted at bis office No. 1824 (Jamao street Philadelphia. School children seem to be well awaro of the fact that vacation is close at hand Takoyour children to Westoott&Cum tilings for Cne photographs, 302 Market st. Glams and orabs, also suit oysters, at Pen. nells nsh stand, 120 aud 122 King street. For good butter and cheese, go to H. H. Moore, stalls 72 and 74, Second street market house. Take your babies to Holland's, 807 Market street, and have their pictures taken by the lustantaneous process. V* A young man who rooontly took to himself a wife, says he dld'nt Hud It half so hard to get married as ho did to get the furniture. u dined?" Bald a lounger to his 1 have, upon my honor. " What Have yu friend. " 1 a very scanty moil you must have made." A whtto hoy asked a youag ntgro what he "Papeete so it Dusi bad nucb a suort nose lor. won't poke itself luto other people's ness." Having bought a job lot of blli-heads and card n cheep. v\e will give those who wish printing the advantage In the money saved, at the Kbpublican office. JM all who contemplate buying standard or send word to JonnC. Bry II call at your humus and show iVlulU House, lu.-tui King books, call 1 aid, and ho samples of boo a aud Water John O. Bryant, of ti now selling b hibles a t $r> apiece Beautiful piush auu morocco albums, from #3 lo $6 on tho insiallmout plan ol small weekly payments. •10 Ji.ttha fl ou'o, Is •autifilli/ Illustrated family 1 upward?. OIL Fire and Water. Two tanks of oil in the works of Lane A Fleming, at Greenpoiut.Loug Island, wore burned ou Buuday morning, aud the blazing destroy ing all the Company's sheds The lofi* ia estimated at il ran down to the river, wild docks. *JO,UUO. Xli* s»w mill runl wilt block of Cory, rao, Hamilton & McGregor,ut lt:iy City, Minliijan, were burned on Saturday uluht. I.oss $43,000 A. fire ill Hiildoford Pool, Maine, early ou Sunday morning, destroyed the Yaren House, Goldthwait'a bi 1 lard hall, McKriiie and Hussey's store.. „n I Isaac Ulokford's dwelling. Loss 130,000. H. 1>. Daalan, dealer in tlisatrioal furnishing goods, at flit Union Square, Now York, had his stock damaged by water to the extent, of 315,000 on Satur* d.y night and Sunday oocnpit-s the t.rut tl.ior ami baHemeut, and it was dineoyered yesterday that '•the water in the second tloor had been nulling all night," completely flooding his place. iug. Ho Not for Cleveland. New Turk, Julo 16.—The latest re tarns of delegates lo the Democratic citato Convention, aocording to the sta tisticians of Mr. Flower are as follows : Country delegates, Flower, 180 ; coun try delegates,Cleveland, 76 ; Now York and Brooklyn delegates. Flower, bli; New York delegates, Cleveland, 42 ; country delegates yet to I e elected, 21 , of which "Flower claims 12. This gives Flower 218 of the 2S4 votes. The Cleveland men do not admit that Flower has any such streng'li, though they do not deny that be has apparently a majority of the Conven tion. Flower's figures include his own aud those who are known to he opposed to Clevlaud. It seems absolutely certain that in no event can Mr. Cleveland se anything like au endorsement by the Convention. Will Probably K.oae Ilia Fool William Miller is still suffering with senile gangieuo ill his foot,and it. is feared that It will have to be amputa ted. One too was takeu oft several weeks since, anil It was hoped that would stay the progress of the disease, but the hopes of the physicians have not been realised. cure Plano, anil Organ*. Buy only Wilcox.& Whi-eOhoan F. A. North & Co., 713 Market street W H. Mullen, Manager. Try Bunk'll coal; you will like it. A NEW ILLUMINATOR. TUB EI-K4 Tltlr LIGHT TO bB Ntll'EHMKItEII nr LANA POH EKI I I. LIGHT. When the electric light was dis covered, it wan generally thought that it would etc long supersede gas for al most all illuminating purposes, arid in Home instances this was the fact, but while the new light seemed for a time to have the field to itself, ingen ious men were perfecting arrangements whereby the light afforded by gas would equal that of clectricily, with this ad vantage, that it could be used in auy place where connection can be made with the gas main, and can be turned out whenever it suits the convenience of the user. This new illuminator is known as the Siemen's patent regenerative gas lamp, and is the invention of two of the most celebrated scientists of Europe. The gas iiarae is around a hoi low cylinder about 3 inches in diameter,dowu which it is drawn. The air 1h introduced into the flame iu such proportions make combustion perfect, ami instead of the dark spot seen in the ordinary gas flame,the Siemen's burner produces an intense, white and clear light. The flame in steady, and it is claimed that it is economical iu the use of. gas. The burner now cn exhibition at Gawthrop Brothers, Fourth and Ship ley streets, consumes 50 feet of gas an hour,and gives a light equal to 500 can dles, but there are larger ones construc ted, that will equal in brilliancy 2,000 caudles. The gas, and the air that is mixed with it, is heated by the flame, and in this way the great illuminating effect is produced. Last evening Mr. Gawthrop lighted ten ordinary gas burners in his store, each couHumiug 5 feet of gas per hour, but the light afforded by them seemed pale, in comparison with the Biemen's burner, although they were consuming the same amount of gas used by it, and when it was turned down, and the ten burners in full blast, the room seemed dark. The members of the Levy Court con template having one of these lamps placed on the new Market street bridge, as considerable trouble has been experi fenced with the electric light, from the act that it cannot be kept burning after midnight except at a greatly in creased expense, while a Siemen's light of the capacity of the one now on exhi bition can be kept burning alltiight, at a cost of 7 cents per Lour. When the merits of this new inven tion become fully known, there is no doubt but it will come into general use in churches, theatres and other places, where a etroug light is needed at a moderate cost. to Mr. Moody'* Service*. Four services were h< Id, on Sun day in Temple Garden, Lon don. Mr. Moody preached at the first service, the subject of his discourse being "The Good 8 amarit,an." The sermon was intently listened to and produced a marked et* feet. The celebrities present, included General Lord Wolseley, and mar " oth er officers of the army. During h* ay the Ear! and Countess of Aberdeen, the the Duke of Abercorn, and E irl of Jer sey, several members of the Rothschild fam ily, and a number of members of Parliament attended. The inquiry rooms were crowded and among those present were two members of the House of Commons. Collections were taken up during the ay ou behalf of the Loudon hospitals. The total lized was £273. rea Miof U|ui8eif. Minneapolis, Minn., June 1(3 —The body of Janies Hazletr, who committed suicide by shooting himself, was ship ped to New York last night under es cort of his nephew, who was a witness ro the affair. It transpires that Hazlett had been engaged to a lady for twenty seven years and returned to New York two weeks ago from the far West to find her married. The name of tim young lady prior to her marriage is said to have been Mary Wetherby, but Hazlett had linked her given name with his own in the inscriptions with which he had covered his body. He bad carried the mania so far that no had the words " Mary Hazlett" tattooed under his upper lip aud iu other places where the process must have caused Lim excru ciating pain. Two Virginia Hepnl»llean Ticket*. There are now two electoral tickets in Virginia—one put up by Mahone and the other by the Straight-out Re publicans under the leadership of General Wickham and ex-Representa tive Dezendorf. Mahone claims that in seating his delegation the National Re publican Convention gave his electoral ticket their approval, but some ot the Straight-out Republicans propose to car ry the matter before the National lie publican Committee for their decision. It is probable they will demand that a new electoral ticket shall be put up in Virginia, composed of an equal number of Mahoneities and Straightouts. To the I.allies. Mrs. M A. Fritzpatrick, formerly of PbiliMlelphia,haH a large and handsome stock of trimmed hats and bonnets,of al the latest styles,at Philadelphia prices. Also a large stock of handsome mourn ing bonnets aud veils. Ladies are re quested to call at306 King street, and examine the stock. 220 West Second Street. Long experience in the wall paper business gives Rosin & Bro. the advan-: (age of having good taste in the selection of goods to please the public, which accounts for the many large sales they make aud the immense amount of work they do. The finest fruit jellies, preserves, marmalades and butters in the market ;ire made by M. J. & H. E. Lannan, 1103 West. Front street. They are for sale, wholesale, by Harvey & Sisler, Quigley & Mullen, I. H. Frank & Son and C. S. Middleton. Ask your grocer for them. 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. Why Naffer Wltli Malaria ? Emory's Standard Cure Pills are in fallible ; never fail to cure the most obst inate cases; purely vegetable; con tain no quinine, mercury or poisons of any kind; pleasant to take, sugar coated. All druggists—25 and 50 cents. Laid up Wltli a Felon. William Shaw, an employee of Gaw throp Brothers,gas fitters and plumbers, suffering with a severe felon on his right hand, and hat not been able to attend to his work for several weeks. Baby Carriages, Baby Carriages, 'I A full,'assortment in all the lat est styles in willow and rattan from $10.00 TO $25.00 ri. 1 I m 1 I I The very best make guaranteed Cold dry-air Refrigerators with lee Cooler combined,from $12.00 TO $35.00 MATTINGS! I Mattings We are offering the balance o our stock of mattings at 25 pe cent, below market price to close them out All new fancy pat terns, from 15 C. TO 30C. Carpets! Carpets! Carpets! We have a lew bargains in short lengths of earpets, of 12 to 18 yards, which we will sell be low cost, in Ingrains and [Tapes tries and a full assortment of the latest patterns in full rolls at greatly reduced prices. Our 11 utment, fully stocked with every thing neetled for Housekeeping. Parlor suits in Walnut and Hair clo-h. Chamber suits in Walnut, Ash, Cherry and other hard ■woods, and a large variety of Cottage suits in all colors at very low prices. Also Stoves, Mat tresses, liedding, Lounges, Chairs, Tables, Bureaus, Wash stands, etc., vihieh we will sell on our usual easy terms. On a bill of $ 10 . 00 , $1 down, and $1 a week. P.J WALSH &C0 "J 506 Market Street, WILMINGTON DKLAWARK.