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Will Re Repaired. Lisbon, Jan. H.— Senhor Gomes has peg »onaHy expressed to Mr. Glynn Petr* his re gret at the insults offered to him by the rioters. The government officially assured the minister that the escutcheon would Ire replaced, all damage repaired and all person» oonoonffid in the outrage punished. The city has resumed ita ordinary aspect The rioters numbered 3,000 persons Patri otic and anti-English manifestations made at the theatres and in front of the ting's palace at Belem. Fifty persons who look part in the riotous demonstrations were arrested. Nevertheless, the fermentation In the streets continues. Crowds of student» In the It reels in the neighborhood of the cortrè »houting "Viva Portugal !" "Viva Berna Pinto!". At the session of the chnralior of peers Senhor Gomes made a full statement of the recent negotiations with England. Ho had done all that lay In bis power to maintain the dignity of Portugal without compro mising its interest*. The president then an nounced that the king had accepted the resignation of Senhor Harros de Gome,, and bad charged Senhor 1'lmeutal to construct a cabinet. Many shops havs closed in consequence of the agitation in the street». The patriotic demonstrations throughout the day were in favor of Primental. At Oporte apublic meeting has been railed to protest against the submission to Eng land's demands. In Lisbon there is a move ment for the formation of a patriotic league to put into operation an internat ions •'boycott" against English commeroa ■ n are Th« Stranded Steamer. New Loudon, Conn., Jan. 14.—There vu a strong wind from vat southwest yester day, and heavy seas dashed against the stern wf the stranded steamer City of Worcester. steamer is hard and fast and the sea •toes not affect her os yet Tug Alert with & targe was alongside In the morning tak ing off the furniture. Tug T. A. Boott Jr., with a barge containing steam (»amps of the Merritt W recking oomp&ny, attempted te put pumps aboard the Worcester, but the IP was too heavy and the tug returned here. The big tug J. J. Merritt put out an immense anchor attached to an eighteen inch hawser from the stranded steamer to assist In haul ing her off when the weather moderate» A gang of Merritt's men it working inside the Worcester trying to Mop the holes, and It is hoped, with the help of steam pumps and pontoons, to float the Teasel No Hope for Recovery, Amsterdam, N. Y., Jan. 14,-Mr» Thoms. Link, wife of the Tribe« Hill hotel proprietor whose throat wax cut by hor husband Satur day night, is still allvs, but no bopss for her rtoovsry are entertained. Yesterday Mr» Link's aged mother, who is heart brokm over tbe tragedy, attempted to commit sui cide by banging herself In so outbuilding. She wss shout to place the rope around her neck when she was discovered by people from «he hotel The coroner hold an inquest on the body ot Link, and the Jury brought to a verdict to the effect that he committed Ute deed while insane from the use of intoxi cating liquor» Malignant Diphtheria at Plttstoa. PmsTUM, Pa, Jan. 14.—Diphtheria to a malignant form has broken out among the children in this vicinity and threatens to work terrible ravage* unless Ka grip Is soon broken. There hove itoeo over ten deaths from this cause during the poet week, Jacob Sheerer, s prominent citizen, has lost throe children and four others of his family lying dangerously ill from the same disease, "fheodore Britigan, a merchant, has lost two and Thomas Berry There are a large number of other cases, and it is foam! the disease will become epl lemic. The death rate at present is the Ugliest in many year» ht.. man has also buried two. 8'gnlltcant Action of Indiana Miners. Brazil Ind., Jan, 14.—The Indiana block toal operators, anticipating the national xm vent ion of miners to he held at Colum bus, O., Jsn. 22 to demand a uniform scale of prices throughout Indiana, Ohio, Pennsyl vania, Illinois And West Virginia, declare their determination not to p»y the scale the basis that block coal should Ire mined as cheaply as other grade» The action is sig nificant and a strike is expected. The Cronin Conspirators' Appeal. Chicago, Jan. 14.—Before Judge McCon nell yesterday, tbe motion for a new trial in the Cronin case came up and Mr. Forrest, for the defense, asked that the argument be put off (or a week owing to the absence of Judge Wing, one of the defendants' coun sel. Any further delay was opposed by the state attorney, and after considerable dis cussion the court adjourned the argument in the matter until today. ■ i. -* Appointed by Superintendent Hannan. Albany, Jan. 14.—The new auperiuten dent of public works, Mr. Hannan, yester day appointed Creoye K. Simmons, of Co hoes, superintendent of the eastern division, in place of Charles Zeolye, who resigned. Mr. Himmons was formerly superintendent of tbe first section, and is an old caualman. The new appoint» filed bis bonds aud took the oath of office. Welsh Signs with ths League. Nxw York, Jan. 14.-Pitcher Welch, of lout season's New York League club, has re sewed his contract with President Day of that organization. Welch'« salary will be •omewbatftarger than what the Brotherhood Mss^illing to otter, aud is guaranteed by . Hr. Day personally for a term of three years. Welch's salary is stated te be $3,300, with |1,000 advance money. High Death Kate la PhNadelphlo. Philadelphia, Jan. 14—The death* in this ofey last weekrwere NH, an increas« of 226 over the previous week, aud an increase of 358 as compared with the corresponding • week of tost year. Tbe principal causes of death were: Oousumptiou of the luiigs, 101; inflammation of tbe tongs, £8; diseases ot the heart, 37 ; typhoid fenr, 25 ; old age, S3. State Secretary Rice 111. Albany, Jan. 14—Hecretary of Btate Rice, who started for home ou Saturday, was taken ill at tbe Deiavan bouse in this city, and Dr. Vandorveer was called in. Mr. Rice is confined to bis bed, but tbe phy sician says that be is not seriously ill. Tbe Charges Not Withdrawn. New York, Jan. 14.—The report that the charges brought agaiust the Rev. Dr. Ry lance, of St. Mark's church, by two of his vestrymen are withdrawn was given on un qualified denial by Lawyer Nicholas Quack en boa Twelve Thousand Derricks Blown Down. Bradpobd, Pa. Jan. 14—Twelve tbou md oil derricks were blown down in the Bradford fields by the high winds which prevailed all day. Weather Indication.. Fair; lower temperature; light, variable wind» Tha Phteotx Elect. Officer» The Phoenix Steam Fire Engine Com pany held its semi annual election at the engine house last evening. The follow ing officers were elected : President, W. B. Price; vice-president, Robert Palfrey; secretary, William C. Hamilton; treas urer, H R. Price; trustee for eighteen mouths, William P. Price ; trustees for six months, John Palfrey and Ltarry T. Sherwood; engineer, William B. Price; driver, James J. Patterson. There Is one thing every "bud" must have, and that s a blow out—Boston Herald. | TRAIN SCENE A Family Party Traveling from Haiti more to New York City. It was a family party that I met on the train on my last trip to Philadelphia. The group occupied five seats on the op posite side of the car and comprised father, mother, two sons, two daughters and a baby. "Who cries last cries till he stops," was the baby's motto, but it did not cry during my presence, so I cannot report its special key. The father looked like a Pole twice renovated; the mother, like a German; the boys favored Israelites: the girls were cute enough for Wilmington ians; the baby might have been a Friend, it kept They bad traveled from distant spires— Baltimore; New York was their destina tlon. From Wilmington to Philadelphia was the lunch counter, and the father of the flock distributed crackers and cheese from two respective baskets, which had been jolting peacefully in the rack over my head. He was on my hat-rack, as it were. From quiet. The children ate and were filled. Chester to Philadelphia was the space for athletic exercises, participated in by the whole family except the baby, vyhioh was not an athlete, who had been watching the output and Input, were amused by the antics of the children. The smaller boy acted as Union News agent, and walked down the aisle for five sections, calling the papers with amateur correctness The older boy announced the names of stations which we did not pass. The brakeman finally remarked in an insinuating manner and in onr car that Philadelphia was our jumping off place, and the father gathered his family and three baskets, two small boxes, three shawls, the baby, a pair of rubbers and his own hat around him and delivered a short address of encouragement and hope, urging them to be upward and onward even ae rubber boots, and they wonld catch the train for New York. Ho took several grains of sait ont of a cellar he bad in one of the baskets and caught the train without difficulty—and without The other passenger» up and salt. THE PRIZE PROBLEM. Irwin W. floods of No. 1001 Kirk Ave nue the Winner. "Arrange the figures 1, 2, 3, 4, S, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, In such older that when added to gether they will amount to just 100, not using any figure twice. "A prize of $3.00 in trade'will be gl by each merchant whose card appears In this column to the first person who shall hand each merchant a written rule for the solution of this puzzle (in the least nnmber of words) before November 10, 1889. must be placed in a sealed envelope, marked "Puzzle," with the date on the outside, and handed or mailed to each of tbe advertisers." In October last the above problem was published in the Evening Journal, over the advertisements of I. Hamburger & Sons, clothiers, No. 220 and 222 Market street ; I. Hamburger A Sons, shoes, No. 209 Market street ; Samuel Bpeakman, furniture, Nos. 820 and 822 Market street, and Smelt* A Co., produce, No. 18 East Fourth street. There were ninety replies and while tbe correct solution of the tantalizing puzzle as intended by the inventor was not sent in, yet Irwin W Seeds of No. 1001 Kirk avenue, arrived at the true result by an ingenious method of his own and this is near enough to entitle him to tbe prize. So the advertisers, after discussing the matter, have agreed that be shall have It. Irwin will please call at the office of tbe Evening Journal where he will re ceive his award. ven Each rule, itgued by the maker, Weather. Indications at 1 p. m. for Maryland and Delaware: Much colder weather, north westerly winds. New York Herald Forecasts,—The cyplone which crossed the lake region yesterday has moved to Newfoundland, followed by a small "cold wave" of mod erate intensity. Temperature fell in the United States yesterday; the chief mini mum J reported was 18 degrees below zero at .Fort Buford, Dak.; the chief maximum 74, at Key Wett, On Wednesday iu thls city aud section fair weather will probably prevail, with slightly lower temperature and light, variable winds, followed by slightly higher temperature, and on Thursday, slightly warmer, fair to partly cloudy weather. Temperature will probably fall slightly below the freezing point in the Hudson Valley to-night. Baynard's thermometer, 7 a. m., 88; 9 a. m , 40; 11 a. m.. 45. 1 p. m. 50. The Precocity of Youth. I met a precocious youngster on Snn day. Myself and a companion called a mutual friend and chocolate layer cake was served during our visit. A little brother hovered near me and engaged me in conversation. He was 7—nearly. I wanted him to take some of my cake ; he very respectfully declined. I pressed him to take it, but he wonld not. An Interval of silence was followed by him saying t* me; "I can't take It, sir, for mamma won't allow me to take more, 'cause it might make me sick." "Oh, I see," I replied. Then he added ; "I can't take the cake 'cause the chocolate wouldn't agree with me—but, but, I can eat candy. If I had had a barrel of randy about me I would hare given It to him, barrel aud ail un Healdmoor Rlflamen. Tbe Healdmoor Rifle Range felt a deal of weather yesterday, but fair scores were made. Pistol shots, 50 yards—E. J. Darlington, 96, 95, 92. 91. 90; H. Simpson, 91, 87, 87, 85; E. Jackson, 80, 87; J, Evans, 89, 86; W. H. Johnson, 82, 82, 77; W. Floyd, 81,78, 75; H. Garland, 79. .74. 72; H. Williams, 74, 69, Diamond State match, 200 yards—H. Simpson, military, 74; W. fl. Johnson, 65. 62, 60; H. Garland, military, 60. 58 ; 8, How ard, 59, 54 ; H. Foster, military, 59, 48. Military match, 200 yards, Creedmoor target: Sergeant H. Simpson Private H. Foster, 42, 42; Corporal H. Garland, 42, 41 ; Sergeant J. Harvey 40; Private 0. Edwards, 41. 39. Military match—Sergeant E. E, Rogers, 40, 37; Private J. Hanna, 32, 30; Private F. Lof land. 25, 23 ■ 45. 43; . 41, Preferred a Fight to Papers The Evening Journal's bright young news agent at Camden, Del., Byron C. Dunn, makes this plaintive statement the back of his last weekly report of sales: "The reason I did not sell any more Wednesday night is because there liked to have been a fight and the people were so frightened that they forgot all about th# papers.'' The numerous subscribers of the Evening Journal In that locality raise such a howl when, by some mischance, they fail to receive their favorite paper each evening .that it must have been an incipient riot that would so distract their attention as to cause them to forget to purchase it after the agent's bundle had been successful In making proper connections. The Mad Bush of ih« Poll Taxables. Collectors Doujberiy and McKee were at their office yesterday during the hours prescribed by law, namely from 9 to 12 a. m. and from 2 to 5 p. m. About fifty poll taxes were received curing the day. on YOUNG REPUBLICANS OF SUSSEX Isaac N. Fooks, State Insurance Commis sioner, and His Handsome Turn-out. Special Correepondence Evening Journal. Georgetown, Jan. 14,—The Republi cans have rented and opened the old Red Mens' Hall for a club room. The young Republicans seem to bo on top just now. But the post office here though the term expired in November. They arc having a parrot and a monkey time In the ranks. The year 1890 has dawned, and politicians are beginning to get in their work At an early date the Even ing Journal will be given an account of some of the troubles and schemes of these Republicans. Isaac N. Kooks, the Insurance commis sioner, has purchased a handsome gray horse of Mr. Gooden of Kent county. With fucb a handsome team it is ex pected that its gond looking driver will soon join the benedicts. Those who hat e bad business with Mr. Kooks in his offi cial capacity speak of him in the highest terms as an officer. William H. Boyce, Esq., is very III with La Grippe. Messrs. Polk and Day, who had their houses burned in December, will rebuild in the spring. Little Miss Helen Heinzer of Wllming ton, came down to Georgetown on Satur day last with her uncle, R T. Hart. She is now spending a few days with her uncle, P. J Hart, in Milton. Eugene Jacobs, wife and six children, left here for Ayelote, Va., this morning. Mrs. Eliza Conover of Dover is lying seriously ill at the house of her father, William H. Lingo. Noah Hurley and wife of Salisbury, Md , are visiting relatives in town. Adrian Woodruff and Miss Marne Smith of Milford spent Monday with Miss Elmo B. Pepper. appointment bangs fire, present Incumbent's still a - The Piedmont Land Company. Preston Lea, 8. Rodmond Smith, Esq., J. Ernest Bmlth, Esq , E H Oayley, W. 8. Haines, Edward Bringhurst, 8. M. Trump and W. O. Pennypacker, who have been on a trip of inspection to Ala bama, returned Sunday morning, In the private car Pickwick. The statements concerning the establishment of a land company with Preston Lea as president are correct. The company Is called the Piedmont Land and Improve ment Company. Its capital is 11,250,01)0, one half of which is Wilmington capital. Over 2,000 acres are la the tract pur chased by the company. The policy of company is to be conservative, will endeavor to secure a healthy influx of population and Industries into the town. The gentlemen interested in the scheme have had their eyes on Peidmont for ja year. The Wil mington investors include the following: General James H. Wilson, Preston Lea, E. H. Gayiey, J. E. Smith, Willard Saulsbury, Jr., Esq., Tiighman Johnson, D. W. Taylor, 8. Rod mau Smith, the It Municipal Coart. Michael Bulano, Italian, charged with larceny of "his girl's" valuables, was reheld this morning until Saturday morning girl is a will consult the consul in Philadelphia. Francis P. Hunter, drunk and disorderly, was recommitted. Charles E. Buarier was arrested at the Opera House last night for disorderly conduct. No one appeared against him this morning and he was discharged. This is an old scheme ot the Opera House management. Ben jamin Angelo, drunk and disorderly was continued. The defence testified that the police were extremely brutal, firing shots and using clubs, but that tbe Italian was as quiet as a Iamb. Officer Hershock, who assisted in quelling tbe disturbance testified that his prisoner started to run, so be fired a shot to frighten him. He also struck him with his club. More tes timony was to be heard, and Court took a recess until 4.30 o'clock this afternoon. A Big Tug Id the Harbor. One of the largest tug boats ever came up the Christiana is laying at the King street wharf. She is the Harold, Captain Cherebrongh of New London. The Harold sailed from Jersey City last Wednesday afternoon, having two coal barges in tow bound for Norfolk. Owing to stormy weather the tug was compelled to keep on a full bead of steam, Fearing that the coal wonld run out the tug was tu rued back when within thirty miles of Cape Henry. She arrived at tbe Delaware Breakwater at 2 o'clock this morning. She left the barges there -and started for Philadelphia for coal, but was forced to come in the Christiana having run out of coal entirely. She will coal at Bush's yard as soon as possi in $300 bail. The native of Austria and bl«. New Caatle County Insurance Company. The annual report of the New Castle County Insurance Company snows the amount of policies in force Desember 31, 1889, to be $6,129,593.61; taxable valua bles subject to assessment, $359.106.85; receipts from members for premiums, ♦17,105.88; Interest on investments, J$0,484.86; rents on real estate, $348; total, $24,302.24; the disbursements amounted to $11,784.47, of which sum $4,590.91 was paid for losses by fire; $12,517.77 was carried to the surplus ac count: $3,076.51 was paid in settlement of members' accounts an expired policies aud charged to the surplus fund account. The surplus fund now amounts to $122, 916 44. stockholders of the company will be held on Monday next. Tbe annual meeting of the His Rye Nat iwly Ksraped. Josiah Reed, an employe of the Dia mond State Spring Works, narrowly escaped losing his right eye this morning. eed »as engaged In what is known as stamping a steel bar. the bar being held in place by hooks. The yotmg man was intently engaged in his work and without knowing it put his head close to one of the hooks and the sharp point entered his eyelid. Stung by the pain, Reed moved his head toward tbe hook, instead of away from it and the eye lid was fairly torn apart, the upper lid banging down below the lower one. eye was uninjured, but it was a narrow escape. Dr. Cantwell dressed the wound. li Fortunately the Twenty-first llirthday Reception. John H. Klond tendered hl» twenty 'first birthday reception to his many friends and members of the Atlantic Yacht Club at their dab house last even ing. The company was kept in a continu al roar of laughter by the blackface artists, Thompson and Ryan, with their funny jokes, comic songs and dances Refreshments were served at 10 o'dock, consisting of all tbe dellcades of the ■eason. Music was furnished by Profes sor Baker's orchestra aud continued until a late hour In tbe evening. Mrs. William White Die. in Chicago. George Anderson, foreman for the J. G. Baker Company, morocco manufac turers, last night received a telegram an nouncing the death of bis sister. Mrs William White of Chicago, ill Mr. and Mrs. White are botli natives of this city. They were married here, and after living here a short time went to Chicago, where Mr White was foreman in a large establishment. Ti»* tomaius ot Jtrs. White will be shipped to this oily. It Is expected they will arrive to-merrow night. Interment will take place at Riverriew Cemetery, ITEMS OF INTEREST Tei>— "What has old Boggs done with his two daughters?" Ned—"He put the good one ou the stage and sent the bad one to a convent."—Epoch. Catarrh is caused by scrofulous taint in the blood, and is cured by Hood's Sar saparilla, which purifies and enriches the blood and gives the whole system health and strength Try this "peculiar medi cine." It is prepared by C. I Hood & Co., Lowell. Mass. Mu. Crook (to chum)—"So you've been getting marrried to Maria during my ah sence? Who was the best man?" Woful Husband—"Maria."—Pick Me Up. Fehrenbachs and Stoeckle's Beers. Foord Bottling Co. Ross has removed from 118 Market street to bis new store 310 Market with a large stock of latest styles of Hats, White Shirts, Neckwear, Hosiery, Underwear and Notions at the lowest city prices Money returned if goods are not satlsfac tory Though much employed in days agone, Tls r ow Ignored and frowned upon; An outcast, doomed to bitter fate— The calendar that's out of date Try one of Harkins' Great 5-Cent Cigars. Nellie Uly and Her Rival. The two globe-trotters, Nellie Bly of the World and Miss Elizabeth Blslandof the Cosmopolitan Magazine, are pictured in Frank Leslie's Illustrateur Newspaper this week, and we must confess that both Frank Leslie's is fall of beautiful illus trations this week. It is having a won derful addition to its list of subscribers by reason of its offer of a magnificent fall sized copy of the "Angelus," an exact reproduction in color and in all other respects, by the famous French ebromo typogravnre process. This picture is alone worth more than the subscription price of Leslie's It is attracting almost much attention as the original "Angelas" itself. are handsome yonng women. Thk germs of influenza may easily be conveyed in greenbacks; but who's afraid? Fetch on your germs I—Phila delphia Press. Dr. DeHardt's Pennyroyal Pills, are the only genuine pennyroyal pills made. mail, 11. Office, 208 N. 9th St., Phi la. Ladles beware of imitations. A Bobby—"P a, what does monotonous mean?" Pa—"It means, my son, to be asked by every one if you nave bad the grip. Make home cheerful, and buy a sing ing Canary Bird. J. H. Harkins' Cigar ■Here, No. 216 West Fourth street. When money is tight it has more sense than a man in tbe same condition, for it makes itself scarce.—Baltimore American. Rout. Smith's India Pale Ale, XX Brown Stout, Foord Bottling Co. Blossom— "Do you believe in minding the baby?" Henpeck—"I believe in mindijg my wife."—Epoch. Beronkr & Engel "Tannhaenser" Beer. Foord Bottling Co. BIARKIKUs MURRAY—SHEPPARD.—At Frankford, Del., on the 8th Instant, by the Rev. C. F. 8h*pp»rd, Levin E. Murray, D. D. 8., and M, Roberta Sheppard, daughter of the Rev. C. F. Sheppard. % r ANSCOTEN-—JONES.—At Camden. N. J , on the 8th in»tant, by the Rev. W. H. Burrell, Edward R. Van°cot©n of Phlllp« burg, N. J., and Imereti* Jones of this city. DiKI>. . BELL.-On the 12th instant. Saille E. Bell, aged 14 years and 6 months, daughter of Jerome B. and Emma I Bell. and friends of the family are in vited to attend the tnneral at the residence of her parents. 815 West Ninth street, at 2 o'clock p. m., on Wednesday, the 15th instant. Inter ment at Rlvervlew C'eraetery. BARNETT.—In this city, on the 8th In ' staut. Rebecca Jane, wife of N H. Barnett, aged 49 years. CANNON.—In this city, on January 11. John T t annon, aged 34 yeank__ GLOWER.- In this city. James Mc F Glower, aged 58 FLkNNERY — In this city, on the 12th In stant, Thoman Flannery, aged 77 years. FRANKLIN.—In this city, on the Kith in stant, E. Robert Franklin. In tha 43d year of his age. HUDSON.—In tillx city, on the 13th in stant, Annie Jane Hudson, wife of Joseph Hudson aged 41 years. JEM1SON —On the 13th instant. Gardner L. Jemlson, aged 55 years. and friends of the family are in vited to attend the funeral from his late resi lience. Union street. New Castle, Del., on Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Interment ln M. E Cemetery. KENNEDY.—In this city, on thei 10th in rtant. flarah C , wife of Frank P. Kennedy, aged 30 years. LANE.-New Chester, on the 13th instant, Augustin S. Lane. MORGAN.-On Wednesday, January fc. Morgan, daughter of Charles Morgan. Relativist on .January 11, years Relatives Sarah Eldritl ». and Jane 1 Mci'LOSKEY.—In Pendcader hundred, on the 8 h instant, John, eon of Arthur and Ellen McCloskey, In the 27th year of his age. Mt'EVILLY.—In this city, on the 8th in stant, John McEvHly. aged 45 >ears. McBORLEY.—On Wednesday, January 8, Maggie McSorley. NOHLIT.—Near Philadelphia, on the 10th instant, Harry D., son of Dell and Elizabeth Nobltt, in his 25th year. NORTH.—In this city, on the lllh instant, Q. Walter North, aged i& years SEARLE8.—In this city, on the 11th In stant, «f pneumonia, Sarah, widow of the 'ate Charles W. Searles, In the 54tb year of her ago S1NOLEY.—In this city, on the 11th In stant, T. Sllwoud Singley, in tbe 38th year of his age. WATTBON.—In this city, on the 12th In stant, Ilersert Infant sun of Ja sie« S. and Maggie L. Watksoo. aged 8 months and 23 days. WEST.—In Philadelphia, suddenly. 8th Instant, George H. West. on the WM. B. SHARP & CO. MOURNING. ;and BLACK FABRICS. Henrietta, Clairette, Convent Cloth, Khadamcs, Tricotine. Ardmure, Merrllleuz, Satin d'Lyon, Cashmere. Undine Cloth« Nan's Telling, Prlncetta, Drap d'Alma, Satin Luxor, Courtauld Crapes. .Gros Grain Ithadxamlr, Tbe Best Black Goods to bay. Tbe Best Black Goods to wear. Tbe Best Assortment bare. Fourth and Market Sts. ■"xcfur-v'j «ftîMpTiUil U MJXl> } ptmuvi > DSTSiN i £$ y(. /Jieryftordr'» Corser Fifth and Market Street* U Umiitgton. 1X1# * »HIIBirrS KALKS. OHKKJFF'.S SALE.—BY VIRTUE'OF A ut writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at the Court House on Market street bet ween Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city of Wilmington, New Castle county, Del., ON SATURDAY, THE 25th DAY OF JANUARY, 1890. At 2 o'clock, p. m. The following described real eetate, viz: All tho.-e two certain loU or parcel» of land with a brick »tore, brick dwelling and stable thereon erected, situate In the city of W 1 mington. New Castle county, Del, bounded and described an follows to w.t: The one beginning at the »outhwest corner of Heald a d Lobdell streets, the ce south erly alon« the westerly side of Heald stive 40 feet to »corner, thence westerly and parallel with i-obdell str et 102 ft.fi lnches,thence north erly and the aou'Lerlv side of Lobdell s reel, thence with the same easterly 10» feet 6 indies to tlie place of beg nnia*g, be the co . tents thereof what tlnw may No. 2. Beginning at the corner formed by the Intersection of the southerly side of Lob lei! street at 00 feet wide and the easterly side of Townsend street at 50 feet wide, thence southerly along said side of Townsend street 20 feet t j a staice, thence easterly and parallel with Lobdell street 100 feet to a stake, thence northerly and parallel with Townsend street 20 feet to the aforesaid side of Lobdell street, and the ce thereby westerly 1ÜU feet to the place of beglnnlning, be the contents thereof what they may. Heized and taken In execution as the prop erty of Amos A. Eastburn land Mary F , Lis wue, and John E. Eastburn, and to be sold by _ , ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's office. Wilmington Jan. 8.180j. CHERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias, to me di rected, will be exposed to public sale at the Court House on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. In the City of Wilming ton, New Castle County, Del., ON SATURDAY, THE 25th DAY OP JANUARY, 1890, At 2 o'clock p. The following described real estate, vis: All that certain lot of land and two and ha!5 ftory frame dwelling thereon, situate In the City of Wilmington, bounded and de scribed as follows, to wit: Beginning at a stake on the westerly side of Orange street, between Eleventh and Twelfth streets, at the distance of 81 feet from the southerly side of Twelfth street, being a cor ner of land conveyeJfto I, Trusty, thence with said Trusty's line, westerly parallel with Tweltb street, 80 feet to a stake In other laud of James Canby, thence southerly parallel with Orange street 16 feet to George Hamil ton's line, thence therewith easterly parallel with Twelfth street 80 feel to the said side of Orange street, and thence therewith 16 feet to the place of beginning containing 1280 feet of land more or less, Book B, Volumne 18, page 343, Ac., Seized and taken In execution as the prop erty of John H. Walker, administrator of William Jefleris, deceased, andt. t., and to be sold by rallel With Heald street 40 feet to ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriffs Office, Wilmington. Jan. 8,1338 S HERIFF'S SALK.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Venditioni Exponas,to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, at the Court House on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city of Wilmington, New Castle county. Del., ON THURSDAY, THE 33d DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, At 2 o'clock« p. m.. The following dencrlbed real e»tate, viz: A lot of land beginning at a »tone in a line of land nf Peter F. Carrigan, between Third and Fourth etreeteand Madison and Monro© etreete and at tbe distance of 7U feet northerly from the northerly aide of Third street, thence northerly along »aid ('arrigan's line parallel with Madison street 30 feet to the eide of a 6 feet wide aller, thence along said alley eide weeterly parallel with Third street 32 feet to a line of land of Henry Davi«, thence alongsaid Davis's line southerly parallel with Madi»on street 3) feet to a line of other land of the said John P. Duncan, Daniel McElwee and Charles McBride, thence along the same easterly parallel with ThPd Btreet 32 feet to the place of beginning be the contente thereof what they may, wit » the u»e and privilege of the above mentioned alley in common forever, Seize 1 and taken In execution a» the prop erty of Marth» Q. Taylor, admx. ot John Taylor, deceased, and to he sold by ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sh eriff'»office. Wil mington. Jan. 6,1890. S HERIFF,» SALE,—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias tome directed, will be expoeed to Public Sale at the Churl House, on Marketetreet bei ween Tenth and Eleventh street»,in the city of Wilmington, New Castle county, Del., ON THURSDAY. THE 10th DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, At 2 o'clock p. m.. The following described real estate, viz; All those certain lots or pieces of land os laid out on plan of "Fast Lake Pack." situate in Brandywine hundred, county and state aforesaid, bounded and described as follows, to wit: No 1 (being lots 8 to 2t Inclusive In section 17. ) Beginning at a corner formed iry tbe in tersection of the southeasterly side of Madi son street extending with the northeasterly side of Thirtieth street; thence northeasterly along the southeasterly side of Madison street extended 240 feet feet to the southwest erly side of Thirty-first street; thence south easterly along tbe southwesterly side ot Thirtj - first street 260 feet to a corner; thence southwesterly parallel with Madison street extended 240 feet to the northeasterly side of Thirtieth street; thence northwesterly along the northeasterly side ot Thirtieth street 200 feet to the place ot beginning, be the contents thereof what they may No. 2 (being lots 2« to 34 inclusive In section 18. ) Beginning at a point on the easterly side of Madison street extended at the distance of 83 feet northeasterly from the northeasterly side of Twenty-ninth street; thence north e sterly along the southeaster!} side ot Madi son street 325 feet to a cerner; thence south easterly parallel with Twenty-ninth street 100 feet to another corner; thence southwest erly parallel with Madison street extended 225 fee» to another corner: thence northwest urWsJDflrallel with Twenty-ninth street 1UU feet to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may. Seized and taken in execution as the prop erty of Peter F. Martin and Margaret E. Martin, his wife, and I ts., and to be sold ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington. Don. 30. 168B. HERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, at the Court House, on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh st rests, in the city ot W ilmingtoa. New Castle county, Delaware, • by ON THURSDAY, THE 23d DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, At 2 o'clock p m.. The following described real estate, viz ; AU that tract of lend, with the buildings thereon, situated In Brandywine Hundred New Castle County and Slate of Delaware bounded as follows. Beginning at a stone a corner of land of William Wilson; thence south 65 degrees, west 67 5-lU perches to the middle nf tbe cieekroad; thence northerly along the mid dle thereof, to line of lands now. or late of Edward Carpenter; thence by said Carpenter's laud north 58 degrees, east 60 perches te a stone; thence by said lands north 81 1-4 degrees, west 32 6.10 perches to the middle of Thompson road; thence along the middle thereof to lands now or late or Moees Palmer: thence by the same south 78 degrees, east 30 3-10 perches to a stone in line of—ITeroe's land: thence by the same northerly to line of other lands of said Wil liam Wilson and thence by the same south 53 ■■ 114 perches to tbe place beginning, containing 72 acres, 3 rods and perches of land more or less. Heized and taken Into execution ns the prop erty of George W. Bright administrator of James McAllllster, deceased, Elizabeth McAl ister. surviving mortgagor and Howard McAl ister, M»ry McAlister, Alfred McAlister, and Henry McAlister only children and heirs at law ot Jamee McAlister deceased, and to be told by 3-tl west of 38 ALVAN ALLEN. Sheriff. Sncrlff'e Office. Wilmington. January 7,1890. OHEKlEF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A O writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to public sale, at the Court house, on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city of Wilmington, New Castle county, Delaware. ON THURSDAY, THE 16th DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, At 2 o'clock p. m„ The following described real estate, viz.: All that certain lot or piece of land, with » two-etory f rs me d wel ling-house thereon erect - ed, situate in the city of Wilmington afore said and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a point on the southerly side of B street, oetween Locust and Buttonwood street», at the distance of 72 feet easterly from the easterly side of Locust street aforesaid; thence southerly and parallel to Locust street 71 feet to the eou-herly side of an alley com municating with »aid Locust street: thence easterly along said alley eide and parallel to B street aforesaid 12 feet to a corner ; thence northerly and parallel to Locust street 71 feet to the aforesaid southerly side of B atre d: and thonre thereby westerly along said aide of B Btreet 12 feet to the place of uegiunlng, be the con'erfs thereof what, they may iseized and taxon in execu erty of I'alrlct Megary and Mary Alogary wife, and t. te , and to lie sold by ALV.vN ATLEV. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Dec. 81'. 1889. a» lii© SHERIFF'S SALES. CH ER1 FF^s'sAL^SY^VIRTUE^OFA La writ of levari Facias, to me direct«! will be exposed to public sale ' ON THE PREMISES, ON MONDAY. THE 20th DAY OF JANUARY, 1800. At 2 o'clock, p. m„ The following described real estate, viz: All that certain tract of land or farm, with large brick mansion house, large barn and good outbuildings I Pencader hundred. ones mansion noose. targe Darn and outbuildings thereon erected, situate In Newcastle county and State of Delaware, on the public rood leading from Glasgow to Elkton, about two and a half miles from either place and bounded and described as follows, to wit: Beginning at a stone in the Maryland line.a corner of land now or late of Thomas Boul den and land now Thomas, thence north half degrees cast one seven and one-tenth perches to „ white oak, thence sonth sixty-nine and or late of Margaret eigbtv-aeven and one hundred and twenty ' a corner » Vv , ' , 2. '"'J-™» anu one fourth degrees east fifteen and seven-tenth perches to a stone, thence norch eigtrty-elght and one-half degrees east five and, three tenth lurches south three degrees east one hundred «nd twenty-nine and eight-tenth perches to a stone In the public road leading to Elkton, thence with the said road north seventy-one degrees mm west twenty-eight perches north eighty-six and one-half de grees west twenty-eight perches north sixty four and one-half degrees west fourteen perches north sixty-eight and three-fourth degrees west forty-nine perches sou'h eighty - flve ami one-half degrees weot seven andflve teuth lurches to a stone, a corner of land now or late of Andrew Mclntlre, thence south eleven degrees east sixty six and three-tenth perches to a h lekory tree, a corner for said Mclntlre, thence south seventy-three and one-half degrees west thirty-two perches north five an<f one-half degrees west fifty three and eight-tenth perches south slxty tqur and one-fourth degrees west ten and nine-tenth perches to an apple tree in (he Maryland line, a corner for said Mclntlre, thence with the Maryland line north one de gree west one hundred and twenty-two and one-tenth perches to the p ace of beginning, containing within said hounds one h»ndreo and eighteen acres and seventy perches of land, be the same more or less. Seized and taken in execution as the prop erty of the Security Trust and Safe Ilepodt Company, administrator of James Raimond, deceased, Elizabeth Raimond, surviving mortgagor. Mary A Edelman. William Edel ma", Caroline M. L. Downs, George Downs, lsabel L. Miles, Clifford P. Thompson, Ism Is I Thompson, Irene L. Lane, James W. Lane and t. t. a ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. Sheriff's Office, Wilmington, Doc. 30,1888. That part of the real estate of James Raimond, deceased, which lies In the state of Maryland, and comprises sixty one acres and 10# perches of land, more or less, all under cultivation and adjoining the above tract, will be sold at public sale at the same time and plac e. S HERIFF'S BALK.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias to me directed, will be exposed to Public Sale, at the Court House, on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets, tn the City of Wilming ton, New Castle County, Delaware, ON THURSDAY, THE 16th DAY OF JANUARY, 1890. At 2 o'clock, p. m.. The following described real estate, viz.: All that certain lot or piece of land, with the buildings thereon erected, situate In the city of Wilmington, bounded and described as fol lows, to wit: Beginning at a point where the westerly side of Greenblll avenue Intersecia the north erly side of Front street extended; tbence northerly along said side of Ureenhlll 1(18 feet to a point; thence westerly 50 feet, to a point; thence southerly parallel to Greenblll avenue HU feet to the said northerly side of Front street extended: and thence thereby easterly 50 feet to the place of beginning, be the contents thereof what they may, with a three-story bouse thereon erected. Seized and taken in execution as the prop erty of Philip Smith and Mary C. Smith, his wife, and t. t, and to be sold by ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff Sheriff's Office. Wilm i ngton Dec.. 31), 1 889. S HERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE <>F~A ■ writ of A1». Levari Facias to me directed, will be ex wised to public sale at the Court House on Market street between Tenth and Eleventh streets, in the city of Wilmington, Del., avei ue ON THURSDAY', THE 23d DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, At 2 o'clock p. m.. The following described real estate, viz.; All that certain tract or parce! of laud situate in New Uastle hundred, county of New Ostie and State of Delaware more par ticularly bounded and described as follows, to wit: Begtnn'nK in the centre of tbe public road len ing from New Castle to Delaware City, a corner for these premises and lands sf George Z. Tybout and Samuel Guthrie and Mark M. Cleaver, and running tbence south with a new line with lands of sxmnel Guthrie and Mark M. Cleaver to a stone »corner for these promt and lands of Samuel Guthrie and Mark M. Cleaver, thence north with the lands of Samuel Guthrie and Mark M. Cleaver to the centre of a water course in a swamp, thence with said water course south in its various meandering« and with the lands of Samuel Guthrie and Mark M. Cleaver to the centre of a large ditch, a boundary for theie premises and lands of George /. Tybout, thence north with centre of said ditch to a fence on the lint between these premises and lands of Geor»e Z Tybout, thence north with said lands of George Z. Tybout to the centre of the public roail lead ing from New Castle to Delaware City, and tbence north with the centre of said road to the place of beginning, containing within these metes and bounds 110 acres of lsnd.be the name more or I..-S, with a dwelling house, barn and other outbuildings thereon erected. Seized and taken In execution ns the prop erty of Joseph W. Burnaby, and to be sold by ALVAN ALLEN. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Wilmington, Jan. 7.1800. S HERIFF'S BALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at the Court House, on Market street, between Tenth and Elev enth streets, in the city of Wilmington, New Castle County, Delaware, ON SATURDAY, THE 25th DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, at 2 o'clock, p. m.. The following described real estate, viz.: All that certain lot of laud, with a two story frame dwelling thereon erected, known No. SIT Jefferson street, situate in the said city of Wl inlngton, bounded and described follows, that is to say: Beginning on a point on tbe westerly side of Jefferson street, between Eighth and Ninth streets, at the distance of 83 feet 11 Inches, more or less, from the southerly side of Ninth street; thence westerly and parallel with N nth street, !I0 feet to the easterly side of Windsor street; thence southerly along said side of Windsor street 16 feet; thence easterly parallel with Ninth street, 80 feet to the afore said side of Jefferson street, and thence therewith northerly 16 feet to the place of be ginning. be the contents what they may. Seized ana taken in execution as the prop erty of Edward Meenan, and t. t.s., and to he id by ALVAN ALLEN, Sheriff. •Sheri fT's office. \V i 1m In gl on. Jan._8,18 80 (SHERIFF'S 8ALB.—BY VIRTUE OF A O writ of Levari Facias, to me directed, will be expoeed to pnhiic sale, at the Cou» House, on Market street, between Tenth and Eleventh streets. In the city of Wilmington, New Castle County, Del , ON SATURDAY, THE 25th DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, At 2 o'clock p. m., The following descrilved real estate, viz: All tuat certain lot or parcel of land, with a two-story frame dwelllug-honse thereon erected, situate in the city ot Wilmington, New Castle county, Delaware, on tbe north erly side of Eighth street, beginning feel westerly from the westerly side ot Lin coln street and running thence westerly 20 feet on said side of Eighth street and extend ing that width northerly KlUfeet more or less between the parallel lines. Seized and taken in execution as the prop erty of Emmor E. Pollock and Clara E., his wife, and 1.1», and to be sold by ALVAN ALLEN. Sheriff. Sheriffs Office. Wilmington. Jan. 8. tSPO S HERIFF'S SALE.—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Levari Facias, to mo direct ©d, will be expoBtnl to public wile at lb© Court Hou»e, on Market »treet, between Tenth ana Eleventh Htçeet», in the City of Wilmington, New Caatle county, Del., ON SATURDAY, THE 25tii DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, as as at 52 At 2 o'clock, p. m.. The following deecrlbed real eteate. viz; All that certain piece or parcel of land, w ith a two -»tory frame bou»e tuereon erw-uetl, sit uate In theV it y of Wilmington, New Caatle county, Delaware, on tne 8 ^ e 9* Kigbtn »treet, lieginning at ® feet westerly from tbe weeterly ëi<ïe . of . ll !; int ' 0 *îî running thence westerly .Ätfeet on »n ici Eighth »treet ami extending that width northerly 1«) feet more or leas between parallel li ö3ied and taken in execution m the prop erty of Samuel M. Pollm k and Hannah K ,M* wife, and t. ts, and l „sheriff. J..U.8. 1880. AL Sheriff's Office, Wll; - 1KNN1E8 AND SMALL CBANfeR CA* â£ UAD AT CBI (MlB»TIS^StN)K . t There Will Be Plenty of chances yet wear heavy clothing, and you had better look U P while you have can carefully note prices and patterns. We have still a splendid assortment and can give you a better selection than is usual so late in the season. VV e are stantly arranging prices so that the goods will sell and if they won't go at what we expect we knife them until they do. Some big reductions in Boys' Pants and Suits, garments marked so low that it will pay you to buy them even if you do not need them right away. to it leisure and 'I con and some J. T. Mu.II in & Son» * Tttilorp, 6th & Market, Clot Liera, Wilmington, DIAMOND STATE s ass h, •»■-.■ Fa, -, : j r : ,T » '•It j. E I LAGER BEER AND PORTER BREWERY 9 R WILMINGTON, DEL. Office and Brewery, N. W. Oor. Fifth anffi Adams Sts. Telephone 1S3. Depot and Saloon, Nos. 223 and 226 King 8t Telephone 236. Shinning a SsMixp. FRANCIS KELLY & CO I: )l SOLE PROPRIETORS OF TH» 0BANGE QBOVE AND BEAVEB VALIEV ill F0ÎE RIE WHISKIES. Choice Cologne Spirit«. 103 Market and 102 Shinlaj Gi< t» WfT.MMfWTOIf. nur. JOHN L. MALONE, DIAMOND STATE MARBLE AND GRANITE WORM DELAWARE »AVE. AND 'MADISON I Wilmington. Du Monuments of all designs, head-stones, footi I stones, and the different qualities of granith, 8 ITALIAN, GEORGIA. VERMONT, and all other kinds of marble. Marble an/ ■ slate Mantles. Orders from ont of the citya i 9 tended to promptly I respectfully solicit; I share of your patronage. JOHN L. MALONF,' J. MORTON DILLON * i (Successor to W. B. Allison,) Manufacturer of WIRE WORK. Of every description. Window Gnards and Wire Fences, || Floral Designs, etc. Store room and factorf ail removed from No. 1600 West Front street to |3sl 609 SHIPLEY STREET.! Notice: Orders'by mail promptly attended to, J J -, i SHERIFF'S SALKS. S HERIFF'S SALE!—BY VIRTUE OF A writ of levari Facias,to me directed, will be exposed to public sale at the hotel of E. Milne In Delaware City. Del , In Red Lion hundred, ? I t ON MONDAY. THE 27th DAY OF JANUARY, 1890, At 10 o'clock a. m., ' »; The following deecrlbed real estate, viz- ■ All that certain lot, piece or parcel of land« eitnetein Delaware City, countv and state« aforesaid, bounded anu described as follows* to wit: eainning at the northwest corner Washington and Front streets, thence north-Ml erly along said Front Btreet ICO feet, thenc.fll southwesterly and parallel to V% ashington HI street 66 feet, thence southeasterly and parai ni lei to Front, street 100 feet to Washington HI street aforesai d and thence thereby north H easterly 65 feet to the place of beginning, he HI the contents thereof what they may with HI and other buildings! | , H the, frame granary thereon Seized and taken Into execution as the pro erty of Charles G. Alexander and 1.1. s ana to be sold by ALVAN ALLEN. Sheriff. Sheriff's Office. Wilmington. Jan. 10. IMP. S HERIFF BALE -BY VIRTUE OF A writ of Venditioni Exponas to me di rected will be exposed to public sale at thi hotel of Alexander Maxwell in Middletown in St. George» hundred. New Castle county Del., ON WEDNESDAY, THE 29th DAY OF JANUARY, 1890 At 10 o'clock a. m.. The following described real estate, viz: A certain farm or tract of laud situate I Appotjainimink hundred, bounded by :)JH road leading from Townsend te the Pine 1 n«j by the S'ate Road from Odessa to SmyruH by land late of William Daniel, h H land of Edward Beale, by lands of WllllaiH Polk, by land of Joseph Henry,and by 1 ,nd< H others, containing 1.4 acres more or lee |g with a two-story frame house, frame barn uii| c,„cr b.-.Udlna* than u; erected. Seized and taken inexécution as theproi erty of James Thornton, and to be sold by ALVAN ALLEN. -Benff. Sheriff' Office. WUuuugwo. Jan. lu, tot0.